Last week I sent each student home with a note explaining prodigy math. The note included a user name and password to access the games. Hopefully all of these notes made it home. If you don’t have one, I can print them again. I put a link on this blog for those who use prodigy math at home. I hope that helps make things even easier. Have a great week!
November’s Hot Lunch will be provided by
Subway Nov. 21 & 22
Your School Community Council has organized monthly hot
lunch days through Healthy Hunger. Profits from this
initiative go into Council fundraising projects like the
recent picnic tables installed on the playground.
The dates of our hot lunches are November 21, December
12, January 23, February 13, March 20, April 17, May 15,
and then sometime in June (all WEDNESDAYS for GR. 1-5
& KA -with KB Kindergarten classes being offered hot
lunch on Thursdays).
If you already have an account please proceed to the
Health Hunger website (www.healthyhunger.ca) and log into
your account. At the end of the school year Healthy
Hunger always erases your child(ren) from your account so
you will be prompted to add your child(ren) and which
grade/teacher they are with this year. Please ensure that
you select the city/town as Warman and the school as
Warman Elementary School. Once you have added your
child(ren) you are then able to place your order. If you
are new and have not created an account, please proceed to
the Healthy Hunger website and click the green Learn more
button under Parents and then signup a free account.
• Once you are in your account you will notice that
we have set up most of the hot lunch dates for
the year. If you would like to proceed and order
all of your lunches available to date you can.
You can also come back into your account at any
time and order or make changes to your orders.
• Nutritional Guide available upon request
If you have any questions about the lunch, please contact
Denaye Merz at email@example.com. You can also call
Healthy Hunger if you have any questions about the site at
Monday, Nov. 5 – Last day for online school clothing orders
Wedensday, Nov. 7 —Remembrance Day Assembly (staff and students only)
Thursday, Nov. 8 – No classes for students
Friday, Nov. 9 – No classes for students
Monday, Nov. 12 – Remembrance Day (no classes)
Wednesday, Nov. 21 – SCC Hot Lunch
Friday, November 23 – Grade 1-5 learning summaries go home
We began a new math unit on numbers to 1000. In this unit, students will:
- Show a 3-digit number in a number of different ways, using concrete materials, pictures, words and numbers
- Compare and order 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.
- Skip count by 5s, 10s and 100s forward and backward to 1000.
- Skip count by 3s, 4s and 25s forward and backward to 1000.
- Estimate how many items are in a large collection by comparing it to a known quantity.
As a side note, we have also been practicing our addition facts since the beginning of the year. We are practicing them using several strategies to help make sure that the students have a good chance of experiencing success at making these small mental calculations when faced with more difficult math problems.
Here are a few things to keep in mind for Halloween on Wednesday.
If you choose to dress up:
- Bring your costume so you can dress up after lunch.
- No Weapons
- Not too scary
- School appropriate
I look forward to seeing your costumes!
Our new unit of study in health covers many aspects of personal safety. Learning to be safe or, “net-smart” when accessing the internet is one of the main topics we will be covering. Yesterday, we began learning the four main rules that will guide many of our discussions and projects. The students brought home an internet safety rule pledge form to share with you. I have asked the students to sign it at the bottom to show that they are committed to the rules and using the internet safely. Please take the time to review the rules with them and sign it so that I know you have seen it. Once you have had a change to discuss it with your child please send it back to school. We will use it for future projects and store it with our other NetSmartz activities.
I want to send out a big thank you to Mrs. William’s grade 5 class for their help today. They were great helpers and learning partners for our science lesson. It is always a pleasure to see so many kids in one room working so well together.
We have been learning that good writers help their readers connect by inviting them to ask questions, visualize, infer, and transform their thinking. Our most recent focus has been the structure of stories. Some stories follow a simple path and use descriptive language to capture a readers interest in a person, place, or thing. We call these walking stories. We read a walking story titled Snow and began to write our own stories. We look forward to sharing them with you soon.
If you plan to order books from Scholastic this month they are due tomorrow. Please remember to use the on-line order system, or pay by cheque. Thanks and have a great Wednesday everyone!