Welcome to Mrs. Muth's Class Page!
Mrs. Muth - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Inderwies - email@example.com
REMOTE LEARNING INFORMATION!
As of Monday, March 30, 2020 ALL daily lessons will be posted through our Google Classroom. This is also where your child will be submitting work on a daily basis. Please check it each day!
If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions on how to access Google Classroom
1. Click on the Google Classroom hyperlink.
2. Sign in with your username and password.
(Your child must use their specific lunch number)
3. Select Inderwies/Muth
4. You will find announcements and information located on our Stream.
All assignments for the day will be located in the Classwork tab at the top.
Together, you and I have a common goal, to help your child be a happy, well-adjusted student. Communication between parents, teacher, and child is essential to a successful year. I sincerely hope that you will feel comfortable in contacting me at any time regarding your child's progress. We will have so much fun learning, growing, and getting to know one another this year. I truly look foward to all the goals that will be accomplished and succesful moments that will be shared. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to contact me at email@example.com. Thank you very much for your support and cooperation! We are going to have a great year!
Book 3: Bigger Books Mean Amping Up Reading Power
Children learn strategies to build three foundational reading skills—fluency, understanding figurative language, and comprehension.
Book 3: Writing About Reading
Students read closely and gather evidence from texts to craft persuasive arguments.
The students will deepen their understanding of word knowledge. They will be provided with opportunities to investigate and understand patterns in words.
Topic 11: Subtract Within 1,000 Using Models and Strategies
Students will be subtracting 10 or 100 mentally using place value strategies. They will use an open number line to count back to subtract 3-digit numbers. They will also use an open number line to add up to subtract 3-digit numbers. The students will use mental math strategies to subtract. They will use models to subtract 3-digit numbers. The children will explain why subtraction strategies work using mdoels, place value, and mental math. Lastly, they will solve problems that take more than one step.
Unit 4: How are our North American neighbors, Mexico and Canada, similar and different from our country?
The world is comprised of nations that are similar to and different from the United States. (Mexico and Canada) Students have access to Epic! books through our Google Classroom. Books about Canada and Mexico have been preselected. Students choose books, at their F&P level, they would like to read or listen to in preparation for the final project.
Students are expected to develop an understanding of what plants need to grow and how plants depend on animals for seed dispersal and pollination. Students are also expected to compare the diversity of life in different habitats.