It’s hard to believe that the school year is almost over. We still have many fun and interesting things to learn during the month of May.
In science, we are finishing up our weather unit and beginning our study of famous scientists and their contributions to our world. We will look at the life of George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison, Florence Nightingale, Galileo Galilei, Albert Einstein, and others. We will read about them, and work in groups to present a report on one to the class.
In science we are raising chicks and ducks. We are looking forward to watching them hatch this month.
For social studies, we will be discussing economy and the resources needed to make a product. We will look at wants versus needs as well as the difference between a product and a service.
In math, we will continue to memorize multiplication facts up to five and will be working with decimals.
In reading and writing we will be writing short stories. Students are excited to share them with the class.
This month we will be reviewing and taking the NWEA test. Testing starts April 30th. Enjoy the spring weather and remember to read every night!
Mrs. Muskovin & Mrs. Surprenant