October 20, 2014
Today, we went to Ms. Doerr‘s classroom for Math and we finished our rotations. In our group, we worked on a math worksheet that had multiplication. After math we went to Ms. Mevissen’s room for Social Studies. First, we wrote our Table of Contents in our Social Studies journal for the Early Explorers. We were able to finish our cover page if we hadn’t done so already. After Social Studies, we went to library and Ms. Coley showed us a new website for books. Afterwards, we got to pick out our books. After we went to the library we went to Ms. Doerr’s room for Science. In our group, we worked on a water cycle passage and answered the questions. After Science we went to Ms. Perryman’s room for Reading but first, we went into rotations. In the rotation we did Toontastic Planning and we got into two groups of three. We decided whose Toontastic was the best then we rewrote the paper.
October 21, 2014
Like the previous day, we went to Ms. Doerr’s classroom for Math. First, we checked our morning work. After Math, we went to Ms. Mevissen’s classroom for Social Studies. We watched two Christopher Columbus videos on Brainpop. Then, we did the test for the videos. After Social Studies, we went to music and practiced our songs for the music program. After music, we went to Ms. Doerr’s classroom for Science. We worked on a Spotlight activity for the water cycle. After Science, we went to Ms. Perryman’s classroom for Reading. We got into rotations. Our group finished reading ‘’Hooray for Rhody’’ and we finished the point of view paper.
October 22, 2014
Our daily routine started as we went to Ms. Doerr’s classroom for Math. We checked our morning work as usual. After that, we worked on multiplication problems. Then, we went to Ms. Mevissen’s classroom for Social Studies. We first worked on a reading test about Christopher Columbus. After Social Studies, we worked on reading. After that, we went to Ms. Doerr’s classroom for Science. We watched a Bill Nye video on the water cycle. After the video, we went to Ms. Perryman’s classroom for reading. We first took a reading test on point of view. After that, we finished our reading work and turned it in.