this link has the perfect visual for this weeks science.
History: Wow! the thing that sticks out to me is the guillotine. This seems like a good one to illustrate.
1st box: the year and flag of France.
2nd box: citizens
3rd box: stormed
4th box: Declaration of Rights
5th box: I drew rain, but put the crown in to remind the kids it's a royal reign
6th box: terror
7th box: guillotine
Geography: Geo- folders tracing on the page protectors. Then again on tracing paper, and color in the
countries. I will bring the large map and do some fly swatting with the kids.
Math: Cubes, Lets do some cake walking with this one.
English: I looked for a song, I found a good one, but it wasn't to a tune I recognized. I like using songs that
people already know so they can sing it later at home. So, I kinda made it fit to "A Tisket a Tasket"
A Tisket a Tasket
A green and yellow basket
all, another, any, anybody
I wrote a letter to my love
anyone, and anything
And on the way I dropped it
Both, each and eith-er
It happens to work out that the next two weeks of indefinite pronouns also fit this song. So, we will build on
to this song.
Latin: work with the poster and song. We'll do this in a circle passing a bean bag.
Review Game: BANG!!!