Buenos dias, Bateman students, parents and staff!
Today is Thursday, March 26, 2020.
The Bateman Chess Team is keeping their strategies alive and well!
Student Shout Outs
We are proud of each of our students! Keep up the great work!
To Nate W. in Room 106! Nate has been working SO hard on his take-home work and setting such a great example for his younger cousins! Keep up the great work! From Ms. Gage
To Ruby M. in Room 106! Ruby has been hard at work completing her take-home assignments and reading Junie B. Jones books. She was even witnessed doing work beyond what her teacher assigned! Great work Ruby! From Ms. Gage
To Addison C. in Room 106! Addison has been hard at work on her take-home assignments and reading The Bernstein Bears. She filled up her teacher's bucket by sending Ms. Gage a happy birthday video. What a Blaze Ways champion! From Ms. Gage
To Andrew G. in Room 211 for listening and reading 16 books from Reading A-Z! From Ms. Garcia
To Dahlia A. in Room 211 for reading 2 books from Reading A-Z! From Ms. Garcia
To Leonardo A in Room 211 for posting a picture on Class Dojo! From Ms. Garcia
To Brenda M in Room 211 for reaching out with questions! FromMs. Garcia
Teacher Shout Outs have been individually delivered! Keep them coming!
The answer will be revealed in Friday's Broadcast!
Today, we will have PE with Mr. Nowak!
Here is your daily Body Weight Exercise Routine!
Cycle through the following activities and take 15-30 second breaks as needed Jog in place, skip in place, high-knees, heel kicks, jumping jacks, squats, burpees, push-ups, mountain climbers, jumping rope
Our students do at least 1-2 Calm Classroom exercises each day to re-center, focus, and prepare their minds. We have been sharing many Calm Classroom techniques via video in the Broadcasts and now you can continue them at home with your child(ren)! We will continue sharing videos but please use this resource whenever you need to calm down! Parents - you, too!
Have fun with geometry (the study of shapes) at home! 1) Look around your house for shapes you know (A circle? Square? Cube? Rectangle?) 2) Collect your shapes together in one place. 3) Trace one of your shapes onto a piece of paper. 4) Partition (split up) your shape into 2 equal parts. Older students can label the fraction. 5) Trace another shape and partition it into 4 equal parts. 6) Describe what you did to your family member. What shapes do you see? How do you know the parts are equal? 7) Ready for a challenge? Trace those same shapes to make a bigger shape or picture! Can you label all the shapes you made?Check out the Lesson here!
Independent Work Time!
Time to grow our brains!
Students, please remember to complete your daily assignments from your teachers! Reach out to your teachers if you have any questions about your work. Also, please remember to follow the Blaze Ways: Be Safe, Be Responsible, and Be Respectful! Parents, have thoseBlaze Bucksready!
Have a great day everyone! We miss you!
If you have any questions or concerns during this time, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com. If you have any resources, please pass them along so we can send to share with the community!
Also, if you have pictures with your Blaze Bucks, please send them so we can share them on social media!