Today, you can log on to Google Classroom and complete a journal entry and a flipgrid activity. For the Flipgrid, you will need a device with a camera and microphone. I will not be sharing your Flipgrids with anyone else.
Questions, Comments, Concerns about today or ANYTHING? Write to me on Google Classroom or use the Contact Form on this website. I can’t write back to your school email accounts, so I’ll send you a file on Google Classroom if you write to me 🙂
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Today we organized our Friday Folders and ‘weekly’ agenda. We played a fraction war game to practice comparing and ordering fractions. We reflected on where we use fractions in our daily lives in our math journal. We finished Theme Two Fully Alive and students wrote about what it means to be a true friend. Students had a solid hour to work on their persusasive writing! Ask your child about it and help them edit online!