See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we may be called children of God. And that is what we are!
1 John 3:1
As the cool and rainy weather approaches, the fifth graders are just getting warmed up to the exciting and new things they are learning in school! They have been hard at work developing good homework routines and study habits for the school year that we will carry into the quarters ahead.
In our classroom, the fifth graders learning about ancient civilizations found in Mesopotamia. They are beginning to work on multiplication, long division, and more advanced word problems in mathematics. Students have also been honing their writing and reading skills as they work on personal narratives and reader responses.
The class is excited to share forensics projects not only with their parents, but also at Martin Luther College in November. Get ready for creative performances of poetry, prose, stories, and more!
Our class is also thankful for time with our student teacher, Mrs. Severeid. She has been a valuable addition to our classroom. She will complete her student teaching in the first week of November.