A few students have asked for me to post the Revolting Rhymes competition information, so here it is. Please have a read through and see what we’re working on tomorrow. http://camanabay.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Revolting-Rhymes-Guidelines-V2.pdf
An Alternative Ending: Asking students to create an alternative ending to a book — one that makes sense — pushes them to really demonstrate an understanding of characters and plot. What makes a gripping novel is often that you don’t
As we brought our Arawak and Caribs unit to a close, take a closer look at what we learned.
Dear Parents, Fourth grade has been learning about the Caribs and the Arawaks for Social Studies. We have been learning about how they lived, how they built their huts, what they used for transportation, what tools they used to hunt
Wow! I just wanted to say how very impressed I was with everyone’s book reports last week. Fantastic job, my Fantasticos! 🙂
Dear Students, For Fish in a Tree’s book report, you will think about the main characters. Which one is the most interesting to you? On Friday, December 4, 2015, you will come to class dressed as the character of your
The Arawaks and Caribs have landed!!! Wonderful job to everyone for such incredible and outstanding work!
English: – Form contractions using verbs and the word not. – UNIT 3 Check-Up – Read a published model of a persuasive essay. Because of Winn-Dixie: – On November 27 (Thanksgiving Day), we will be having a little party (similar
English: – Write past tense forms of irregular verbs. – Recognize different forms of the verb ‘be’. Because of Winn-Dixie: – On November 27 (Thanksgiving), we will be having a little party (similar to the one in Because of Winn-Dixie)
ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS – Project Based Learning I assigned a really fun project this week that goes along with our Science theme! 🙂 I sent home a copy of this assignment yesterday (Wednesday) and it will be due on November 18.