We finished up our unit on Frederick Douglass. We pretended to be abolitionists from the 1800s and made anti-slavery posters.
We learned all about the properties of multiplication and reviewed with a fun game around the room.
I recruited my own 3 children to make some videos about the properties. Check the previous blog post for a quick review of the commutative, associative, and distributive properties of multiplication.
We visited the science lab on Friday and did some experiments with weathering and erosion.
This week we will finish our unit on Susan B. Anthony. Ask you child why she is an important historical figure. In writing, we are finishing up our biography projects. Your child has completed research and a rough draft on either Paul Revere, Frederick Douglass, or Susan B. Anthony. We will be putting all the pieces together this week for our final draft. In reading, we will be reviewing several skills as we complete activities that go with the text, The Polar Express. In math, we will finish our chapter on properties and solving equations.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions. I'm just an email away. Laura.firstname.lastname@example.org