Take a look at our learning last week:
In reading this week, we wrapped up our nonfiction reading unit! We continued to work on sounding like experts when we read aloud.
We learned that sometimes readers put on their writing glasses and read a book thinking about the cool and interesting features that the author put into the story. We noticed that the author of our Owls book, Mary R. Dunn, used number words, shapes, colors, sizes, and even examples to teach us about owls. We realized that we can do this in our nonfiction writing too!
We continued to notice keywords in our books and even made a list of keywords about our topic. We tried to use these words when sharing with our reading partners to sound like experts.
Finally, we talked about using our bodies to bring the book to life. We used our arms and faces to act our what was happening in our nonfiction books. This was so much fun!
We will wrap up this unit by reading one of our non-fiction books to Mrs. Baker’s kindergarten class this week.
We spent part of this week reviewing for our test, and the rest of the week was spent taking the test! Our class did an awesome job of showing what they know. Look for the scored test to come home with your child sometime at the beginning of this week.
March 5 – Collections Due
See the email I sent out on March 3rd for more information.
March 6 – Library Day
March 7 – Jet’s Pizza Night
March 8 – All School PJ Day and Early Release Day
All students at Georgetown are welcome to wear PJs or comfy clothes for our 1/2 day on Friday!