So dull and dark are the November days.
The lazy mist high up the evening curled,
And now the morn quite hides in smoke and haze;
The place we occupy seems all the world.
- John Clare, November
Goodbye, October. Hello, November! We will start off our month by studying exponents in math. You will be exploring how to read and write exponents, as well as solve expressions that include exponents. You will have homework to complete Monday and Tuesday evening, a quiz Thursday, and a math journal and Compass Learning activity due Friday. Check out these resources you can use to learn all about exponents.
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In science we will continue our work with currents and waves. Use your study guide to help you prepare for Friday's test. Your "Seafood Feast" choice sheet is also due Friday. You must complete at least three choices from it.
I will be attending the National Science Teachers Association Convention in Orlando Thursday and Friday. I'm expecting a glowing report from the substitute teacher concerning your grace and courtesy while I am away. Please review your procedures in preparation for my absence.
Enjoy your weekend,