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Welcome to



CAFÉ  Third Degree


"It's time to whet your appetite and season your learning!"


Here are this year's "courses" ...

Monday - Gym

Tuesday - Spanish, Technology, and STEAM

Wednesday - Music

Thursday - Art

Friday - Gym



Important Dates

3/19 - BOE meeting

3/20 - Early dismissal

3/22 - Spelling test


Language Arts http://images.clipartpanda.com/language-clipart-jixpEB6iE.png

This week the children will continue their Passport to Traditional Literature. They will "travel" the world and read various genres inclusive of fables, myths, legends, folktales, etc. from different countries. We will also participate in a cluster activity centered around famous women in history.

In writing, the children will complete and share their cause-and-effect paragraphs.


Math http://images.clipartpanda.com/math-clipart-dT6aXEAT9.jpeg

We will begin our study of measurement with a focus on time, length, liquid volume, and mass.

*Please have your child practice multiplication/division facts daily!


Social Studies https://mj077.k12.sd.us/kids%20and%20earth.jpg

This week the children will participate in an acitivy wherein they use their knowledge of human rights and work in small groups to create a human right friendly country to present to the United Nations.


Science http://images.clipartpanda.com/subject-clipart-yckeqxzcE.gif

This week we will continue our study of plants. The children will learn how plants grow and change. They will learn about the life cycles of some plants; how to classify plants; how plants reproduce using seeds formed in flowers or cones; and how roots and stems take in and transport, and sometimes store, the materials that the plant needs to grow.


Although we are trying to foster independence in the children, please be sure to check your child's backpack and folder daily in order to keep abreast of his/her studies.


Please send in tissues and wipes if you are able!


Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions/concerns, and thank you for guiding your child on his/her educational journey!