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Welcome to Mrs. Lawson's Learners Blog Page!

Aloha H203 'Ohana,
I'm thrilled to welcome you to H203's blog page! Don't forget to subscribe to our page on this website so you'll know when I post something new. I'll try my best to keep you updated on what we're doing in the classroom.

Mahalo for your support at home,

Mrs. Lawson 
 

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Week of January 21, 2019

Dear H203 'Ohana,
This week will be review week since it is a three day school week.  Our informal Essential Question for the week is:  What is a hero?
Homework:
Monday:  No school - Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Tuesday:  No school - Complex Day for teachers
Wednesday:  Write a fictional narrative about learning from your mistakes
Thursday:  Fluency practice
Math:  Daily worksheets (review two-digit subtraction, geometry)
Reading:  Please practice your reading daily - review all of your old Weekly Readers, talk about it, log into reading log, have a grown-up sign
Thank you for your support,
Mrs. Lawson 
 

We celebrated Dr. King with annual Peace March.   Mahalo to our Alyssa who did a great speech of what peace means to her.  Have a wonderful weekend to honor our hero.  

Week of January 14, 2019

Dear H203 'Ohana,
     This week's Essential Question is:  How does the Earth change?  We had a lot of fun with our Mystery Science project last week which aligns perfectly with our Wonders unit.  Please see the attached file for the spelling words and other information for the week.
Homework:
Monday:  Write spelling words four times while being a quality producer
Tuesday:  Comprehension worksheet re: cause and effect
Wednesday:  (carry over from last week)  Write a story (fictional narrative) about the Big Island.  Reminders:  need your main character, setting, plot (problem and how it was solved).  
Thursday:  Study for your LA tests
Math:  Daily worksheets (focusing on two digit subtraction)
Reading:  Please log into Wonders website and practice your reading for 20 minutes, talk about it, log into reading log, have a grown-up sign.
Thank you for your support,
Mrs. Lawson  
 

Mystery Science :  Work of Water 
Erosion and Earth’s Surface
Students develop a model of the earth’s surface and use it to discover an important principle about how rivers work.  

Week of January 7, 2018

Happy New Year H203 'Ohana!
     We have a four day week to start off our new year.  Our Essential Question for this week is:  What makes different parts of the world different?  Please see attached outline for more details.  
Homework:
Monday:  No school
Tuesday:  Write spelling words 4 times, Comprehensive worksheet
Wednesday:  Write a fictional narrative about the Big Island.  Reminders:  need your main character, setting, plot (problem and how it was solved).  
Thursday:  Study for your LA tests
Math:  Daily worksheets ( please refer to attached newsletter for Module 7)
Reading:  We are now on-line!  Please log in and read your weekly reader daily, plus other books for 20 minutes daily, talk about it, log into reading log, have a grown-up sign. 
Thank you for your support,
Mrs. Lawson 

Another winter animal art project that artists from H203 created.  We also practiced recycling by using items usually thrown away.  
We had fun incorporating a song about habitats and expanding the various habitats learned through our Wonders unit and science standards.  

2nd Quarter Life Science Murals

Dear H203 'Ohana,
Your child was busy learning about life science, focusing on animals.  We learned about habitats, incorporating art and singing.  

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