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Winter Wonderland Basket HELP!

a1400by1050The holidays are fast approaching! PTA is set the return of Winter Wonderland on Friday, Dec. 2nd. Each class has been asked to prepare a silent auction themed basket for the night. Mrs. Hughes ‘class will be having a “Science Experiments” basket. I DESPERATELY NEED YOUR HELP! We ONLY have THREE ITEMS (thank you so far to Gabe, Viviana, & Alyson). If you are able to donate items to make the basket EXPLODE, then please visit this link to sign up right away:

Winter Wonderland Basket Sign up

All donation items are due Monday, November 28th so they can be fully  assembled and wrapped for PTA. Grab that item on Black Friday!!

Thanks for your continued support…

Room 414- November Update

Dear Families-

We have just one more week before Thanksgiving Break. Then it’s…December?? Wow. Some things to note for the next few weeks:
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See King Tut! > If you don’t have plans this weekend, the San Diego Natural History Museum is hosting “Walk Like an Egyptian Day” to celebrate the King Tut exhibit going on now. The family evnet is  Sat. Nov. 15th from 11am-3pm. See this link for more details. This  would be a great way to connect the social studies lessons your child has been learning in Mrs. Mabe’s class.
Winter Wonderland Donations > If you are willing and able, our class and photo (1)the PTA would very much appreciate any items to go towards our classroom’s “Science Experiments” themed silent auction basket. Sign-ups and suggested items can be found at this Google Form link. Anything would be appreciated to represent our class. Thanks in advance.

 

 

Math Modules > We are almost halfway through our third math module on Integers and Rational Numbers. Your child should be prepared to take a post test on this module the first week of December. Emphasis has been on clear, precise sentences to explain reasoning. Please quiz your child, verbally, by asking how they know the answer is correct. This will build their analyzing skills in math.

Blogging > Students continue to write short responses on their personal class blog. Please feel free to visit your child’s website and leave a comment on something they’ve posted. It will maketheir day to know they have an audience!

Have a great Thanksgiving holiday!