Tuesday Homework/Highlights (3/27)

*SCIENCE with Mrs. Cecil
We talked about food chains and how all animal/insect life is dependent on plants. We made food webs. Homework: we are making a plant/flower book so bring in samples to add to our book, labeling them if you can. Also, we are collecting bugs, dead or alive for our terrarium.

*ART with Mrs. L
It’s crunch time! We’re trying to wrap up our murals for our big debut for the art show at the end of the year!!! Here are some sneak previews of our Mural pieces…

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Two quick games of musical chairs since 1-2 finished their Mural paintings early.

Character building 1-2
*We talked about having patience. We used Herbert the snail from music machine to illustrate our lesson. We learned this from Herbert:
“Have Patience, don’t be in such a hurry. When you get impatient you only start to worry. Remember, remember that God is patient too and think of all the times when others have to wait for you. “I
+Ask your Kiddos if they can sing the song.

MUSIC with Mrs. Lomas:
Grades 3-6 HOMEWORK will be bringing home recorder music for the musical. They need to finish decoding the song, if not already done. They need to practice playing line 1.
Please bring Recorders each week!!!!

Also: Grades 3-6 and K/1 need to work on their lines. I’m so proud that 1/2 have their lines memorized so well!!!!

Have a great week!

SPANISH with Mrs. Lomas:
*K/1 Students learned likes and dislikes; completed an exercise about comidas que me gusta comer (foods i like to eat) and comidas que no me gusta comer (foods i don’t like to eat). Watched a learning video about animal sounds and manes in Spanish.
*1/2 Students guessed the answer to food riddles in Spanish and completed searching for food in a wordsearch, then wrote the english meaning for each food word.
*3/4 Students completed food groups. Practiced writing the Spanish food words to match the pictures; they also complete a Eat it up! (crossword puzzle).
*5/6 Students completed Yo como en el restaurante (I eat at the restaurant) and En la tienda (at the grocery store). They translated restaurant and grocery words in Spanish. Reviewed el desayuno (breakfast), la comida (lunch) and la cena (dinner).

ALL CAMPUSES PRACTICED SAFETY DRILLS THIS WEEK (including tornado and intruder safety). Have a great weekend, from your TREA teachers!

Reminder:
Tuition is due next week. Don’t worry, you have missed any announcements about open registration, noticed coming soon!

Blessings, Angela Turner, Director
(512)584-4179

Matt 19:15 “Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”