Along with studying addition and subtraction facts, your child can begin studying multiplication facts. The website multiplication.com has some great games that kids tend to love. One thing I find is that in their excitement to learn something new and “grown up” kids often fall back in their subtraction progress as they focus on multiplication. So, they’ll need to keep studying subtraction (and addition too). Speaking of math facts, this week we took our October addition and subtraction 100 question tests. The score reports for those will go home next week. Please sign it and return it with your child.
Here's what we'll be learning about the week of November 3rd:
Please remember that my door is always open if you have any questions or concerns. Together we are partners in your child’s education!
- Reader’s Workshop: Nonfiction books
- Writer’s Workshop: Typing/publishing small moment stories. Starting information writing
- Spelling: Unit 9 - Words home on Monday, test on Friday
- Math: Begin topic 4, Multiplication
- Social Studies: Native Americans