This morning in math we practiced solving comparison multiplication problems. This is where we identify how many times more one group has than another. The students also practiced the basic multiplication facts for threes. I met with three different small groups working with number lines and arrays...both identifying the multiplication sentence that a number line or array represents and drawing a number line or array to match a number sentence. There is a worksheet for homework and there will NOT be a quiz tomorrow.
We began reading by listening to another version of Jack and the Beanstalk. Then we discussed the similarities and differences between the two. After that I modeled using our topic sentence to complete a graphic organizer (planning sheet) for our next informational writing piece.
All reading groups had written comprehension questions, that went with their current book, to answer during independent work time.
Blue: I collected their summary from last night's homework. We reread the story in group. Tonight they need to reread the story for homework and get a parent's signature.
Green: I collected their summary from last night's homework. We reread part of the book in class. For homework, tonight, they need to reread the entire story and get a parent's signature in their planner.
Red: We shared and discussed their beginning , middle and end from homework. We also reread the story in group. For homework, tonight, they need to reread the story and get a parent's signature.
Following lunch and outdoor recess the students went to the media center. When they return, Mrs. Howard will do a lesson about friendship.
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