How can you help your child study for his or her vocabulary test? Here are some following tips (we also wrote them in our planners): Read & Sign-Read the words and the definitions and have your parent or guardian sign off Sentences-Write the word in a sentence Definitions-Write the word and the definitions Match-Match the words with the definitions (create your own page or use the SpellingCity website and print out.)
We just finished up our Science Studies on Matter. Many of the students want to do this experiment at home (no worries parents-it's easy and fun!) What you need: Empty plastic bottle balloon baking soda vinegar What to do? Put 1 TBS of baking soda in the balloon. Put 4 TBS of vinegar in the bottle. Place the balloon over the top of the bottle. Shake the balloon until the baking soda falls into the bottle.
Rockin' out the first two weeks-
This past week was jammed pack full of new l& exciting learning activities and more 2k classroom procedures. The class was really catching on and we were even able to jump right into some individual assessments! Yea 2k! Way to Go!