Thursday, April 1, 2010

What's in the box?

What's in the box this week? We are starting some new units and implementing new things. Here is what we have planned.

2nd grade:

Box 1--Reading/Phonics: easy readers, SWR list A

Box 2--Main lesson: 2's and 5's, science stories

Box 3--Math: subtraction within 40, regrouping, and 12, 7, 5

Box 4--Lapbook: kings of Egypt Djer to Anedjib, a study of the desert

Box 5--Copywork/projects: Egypt copywork and listening to Peeps in Egypt

4th grade:

Box 1--Grammar: using commas, question mark and exclamation point, punctuation sentences exercises

Box 2--Spelling: List K-4, y-drop rule

Box 3--History/Science: bats and ants, the Revolutionary War

Box 4--Math: line work

Box 5--Independent work:
Math--equivalent fractions and fractions on a ruler
Inventors Lapbook--Gutenburg, Franklin, Deere, Wright
Copywork--cats
Spelling--suffixes, phonogram sounds
Composition--using word banks to write sentences

Our read aloud this week is The Carnivorous Carnival by Lemony Snickett. I think it will be another good week. I think that we will move back to our classroom next week as well. So what's in your boxes?

3 comments:

HeatherLee said...

Did you know the Audio Book of Lemony Snickett books is by Tim Curry. They are absolutely amazing. We listened to them by candlelight. The kids couldn't wait till the end of our day when we listened to them. I have yet to find another book that good.

CloseAcademy said...

We've tried to check them out from the library but the first disc is always scratched and won't play for us so I just read them from the books.

That does sound like fun though.

Wendy said...

One of the things I am looking forward to next school year is the Revolutionary War!

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