• Monday, June 15th

    Literacy: Knots on A Counting Rope Culminating Task - Today we continue our culminating task! Let’s work on relating the boys' lessons to your own life. What did you learn from the story Knots on a Counting Rope about overcoming challenges? How can you apply at least two lessons the boy learned in the story to your own life now?  Write an explanation using evidence and key details from the text to support your answer. 

    Math: Today we will take a math assessment to show what you have learned throughout the year! Remember to take your time and try your best on each question. Be sure to sit in a quiet space so you can concentrate! Your test is in iReady waiting for you! Please work on it until you are 50% through. You will finish the rest tomorrow!  

    Science: Today we begin our journey into the Butterfly Life Cycle! Our caterpillars arrived last week and I have been photographing their process! Please compare the two pictures attached and write a response in Class Dojo on what you notice about them! Fun Fact: The food they eat is called mallow! 


    Tuesday, June 16th 

    Literacy: Knots on A Counting Rope Culminating Task - Today we continue our culminating task! Let’s work on making sure we have explained what the boy learned about overcoming challenges and relating the boys' lessons to your own life lessons. To finish - be sure to add a closing! 

    Math: Today you will complete your math assessment to show what you have learned throughout the year! Remember to take your time and try your best on each question. Be sure to sit in a quiet space so you can concentrate! Your test is in iReady waiting for you! Be sure to FINISH the test today! 

    Social Studies: Log into Pearson and complete “Student eText: Cultures in Our Country” What’s Being Graded: Lesson Completion


    Wednesday, June 17th 

    Literacy: Today you will take the feedback you have been given to go over your culminating tasks and edit them for a final grade! You will receive a grade for the culminating task you turned in yesterday and a grade for the editing you make today & tomorrow! 

    Math: Today, you will compose arrays from rows and columns, and count to find the total using objects. Be sure to watch Lesson 5 video and complete Lesson 5 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 5 File. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! **NOTE: For this lesson use beans, coins, or other small objects at home that will work for representation. 

    Science: Today we continue our journey into the Butterfly Life Cycle! Please watch this Brain Pop Jr. Video and then describe the changes you see from Day 3 to Day 6 with the two pictures attached and write a response in Class Dojo on what you notice about them! Fun Fact: When the caterpillars are done eating they crawl to the top of the jar and make a silk button! Then they fall into a J Shape before they make their chrysalis. This is called a J shape because it looks like the letter J! What’s Being Graded: Class Dojo Response 


    Thursday, June 18th 

    Literacy: Today you will take the feedback you have been given to go over your culminating tasks and edit them for a final grade! You will receive a grade for the culminating task you turned in yesterday and a grade for the editing you make. It is due today! 

    Math: Today, we decompose arrays into rows and columns, and relate to repeated addition. Be sure to watch Lesson 6 video and complete Lesson 6 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 6 File. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! **NOTE: For this lesson use beans, coins, or other small objects at home that will work for representation. 

    Social Studies: Log into Pearson and complete “Lesson Check: Cultures in Our Country”. 


    Friday, June 19th - **Ms. Werbler will be virtually absent today. However I have left you work to complete! I will be back on Monday to check it!)

    OPTIONAL Math: Today, we represent arrays and distinguish rows and columns using math drawings. Be sure to watch Lesson 8 video and complete Lesson 8 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 8 File. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! **NOTE: For this lesson use beans, coins, or other small objects at home that will work for representation. 

    OPTIONAL Science: Today we continue our journey into the Butterfly Life Cycle! Describe the changes you see from Day 6 to Day 7 with these pictures attached and write a response in Class Dojo on what you notice about them!