For math this week have your student follow a recipe to make something in the kitchen. Try to pick a recipe with lots of fractions in it. For example, ½ teaspoon, ¾ cups, 1/3 cup, etc. As an additional challenge, they could try doubling or halving the recipe. This will give them real-life experience using factions that we have talked about in class. Make sure to sign on their homework page when they have done this.
ceiling neighbor either eighteen height
neither weight leisure protein freight
receive weigh deceive sleigh conceited
receipt eightieth neighborly deceitful featherweight
bakery--a place where bread and cake are made and sold
batch--a group of items
boils--to heat a liquid until it starts to bubble and give off steam
braided--three or four strands woven together
dough--flour and liquid mixed together to make bread, biscuits, and pastry
ingredients--items or materials that something is made from
mixture--the combination of things mixed or blended together
Hi! My name is Celinda Johnson, and I am very excited to join the 3rd grade team at Heritage Community Charter! I am thrilled to be your teacher, and I’m looking forward to a year of learning, fun, and adventures! My goal as a teacher is to instill a love of learning and exploration in all my students so they become life-long learners. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. It is so important to keep communication open and I would love to talk to you whenever you feel the need! I look forward to a great year together!