Red Ribbon Week (Oct. 22-26):
Monday- “Red Ribbon Day” Wear red clothing to celebrate your promise to live a healthy lifestyle and be drug free. Students are challenged to bring a healthy snack today.
Tuesday- “Put a Sock on Bad Choices Day” Wear crazy or mismatched socks. Students are challenged to share with their peers and teachers how they make good choices.
Wednesday- “Dream Career Day”- Students are challenged o share with their peers and teachers about what career they may like to do when they get older. Wear appropriate attire for your future dream career.
Thursday- “Teasley Elementary School is PAWSitively Drug Free”- Show school spirit by wearing your tiger gear.
Friday- “Team Up Against Bullying & Drugs Day”- Wear your favorite team gear to show team spirit and your commitment to staying healthy and living bully and drug free!
Tuesday, October 23- Spirit Night @ Grub Burger
Friday, October 26- Talent Show (3rd-5th grade) @ Campbell Middle
Tuesday, October 30- Tiger Trot Kickoff
IB Unit 2: We can work it out.
Transdisciplinary Theme: Where we are in place and time.
Central Idea: Living things adapt to survive.
Learner Profile Traits: Knowledgeable, Thinker
Line of Inquiry:
Plants and animals adapt to survive in their habitat.
Settlements depend on topographical features.
American Indians use their environments in different ways.
S3L1: Explains how living things adapt to survive
SS3G3: Explained how physical systems effect human systems
SS3G1: Located major topographical features on a map
RL.1: I can consistently and independently ask and answer questions to demonstrate my understandings of a text in writing.
SS3H.1: Describes early American Indian cultures and their development in North America.
RI.3.2- Finding the main idea, supporting with key details and explaining how those key details support
RI.3.4-Determine the meaning of a word as they are used in context.
RI3.2- Determine the main idea of a text and recount key details.
**Native American and Map Quiz on Friday**
Math: 3.MD.7- Determine area of a figure.
Writing: 3.W.2- Informational Writing- Brainstorming ideas and research questions for next writing assignment.