What Are We Learning
Reading: We will learn about Antonyms and how we can understand what we read by knowing common antonyms for words.
Writing: We will focus on word prefixes while doing narrative writing.
Social Studies--Native American Unit. This week we
will learn about the Lakota/Sioux Indians from The Plains. We
will learn about: transportation--walking and horses;
food--meat they hunted; and other important
information. Quiz Friday.
Math: Unit 7--Number Sense 4. Will be identifying place value to the
hundreds place, adding and subtracting 2 2-digit numbers, and counting
and writing the value of money up to $2.00.
Reading: Making character inferences.
Writing: Homophones--2 or more words with the same pronunciations, but have different spellings and different meanings. Examples: pear/pair, two/too/to, break/brake
Social Studies: Review Native American tribes: Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo. Compare and contrast the tribes. Test April 5th. Native American Day on Thursday.
Math: Fractions unit. Students will create, identify, and write fractions of a whole and of a set. Fractions include: halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, eighths, and tenths. Students will use greater than, less than, and equal to words and symbols to compare fractions of a whole.