NO Zoom meeting today. Sorry. Let’s have one tomorrow at 9 a.m. instead of our interactive session. It’ll be brief, just a chance to say hello, see everybody’s bed head, and repeat these couple of important announcements: 1.) DARE. We had the Red Ribbon banner to sign and DARE shirts to give out, but you need to make sure you’ve done all your DARE Family Talks first. Go back and find those assignments and make sure you’ve submitted them. 2.) Today is a catch-up day for Bird Research Writing. By the end of the day you should have submitted all four of your paragraphs in DOCS, either individually or as ONE document. Tomorrow you’ll do your editing assignment (though I’ve opened the assignment early so you can get a head start if you want) and next week you’ll be submitting you final drafts and starting your slide deck. 3.) Tomorrow is your dividing fractions quiz. Make sure you’ve worked hard to truly understand how to do it. By this time it should be easy. I’ve created another video as review. Do Worksheet H for classwork and Worksheet I for homework.
Otherwise, you have TWO reading assignments in Classwork, but one–about people trying to fly like birds–is really short. You also have a grammar activity and the usual reading and PE log (free choice today for PE). On the Platy you have a history entry about the Wright Brothers and the invention of the airplane. That’s it! Cake!
No Outdoor Dude today (I used my read aloud time to review your bird paragraphs), but this video will kick-start your day! You’ll have an idea what Yewbie is going through out there in the woods.