We are are so proud of our Tetons and Acadians. We are sure you will all agree with us - they were incredible on Wednesday evening! Their costumes, speeches, and trifolds were simply outstanding!
Our read aloud, My Brother Sam Is Dead, has us all thinking about what side of the war we would be on. Tim and his father travel to Verplanks Point to trade their cattle for supplies. They need cloth, spices, and tools to run their store and tavern. On the way to the point, some cow-boys stop them. Luckily, the Committee of Safety escorts them down to the Hudson, but a snow storm hits on their way home to Redding. This storm prevents the Committee of Safety from escorting them back home safely. Tim is faced with a very difficult decision as the cow-boys take father.
Many events have this week have us all considering what side we would be on in this war. Would you draw your own gun against your brother who is fighting on the other side? The Rebels captured Father, but the Tories killed Tim's neighbors.
In language arts we are continuing to work on different styles of poetry. Everyone should continue with the reading expectations at home.
In math we have been learning how visualize the multiplication of fractions. We have been modeling exactly what is happening when we multiply a fraction by another fraction. We
Enjoy your weekend and the photos.
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