Monthly Archives: August 2013

Day 5

FRIDAY! We worked on the Metric System.  Students used the mnemonic King Henry Danced Merrily Down Central Market to remember converting in the metric system (Kilo, Hecto, Deca, Meter, Deci, Centi, Milli).  The students did okay once they learned the … Continue reading

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Day 4

Class began with the students working on a “pattern” problem. They each received a problem (lettered A-E). They attempted it on their own, then after about a minute, found classmates with the same letter. Together, they were to check, help, … Continue reading

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Day 3

It is Wednesday, and we are half way done the first week of school! Students are still getting into the routine of class, but I am pleased with how it has been going.  Today we started the curriculum with a … Continue reading

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Day 2

We started the day with class introductions, something I did not do on day 1. It’s fun to hear from all the students and I love hearing what they choose to share with the class (lots of pets were talked … Continue reading

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Day 1

Well Day 1 is done! The first day is always exciting. All the students come to school so eager and ready to learn. I have a great group of 6th and 7th graders this year.  I’m always so pleased at … Continue reading

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