Welcome to Day 9!
Nonfiction readers stop and think about what they are reading, figuring out what they think, feel, and wonder about it. Choose a nonfiction book to read or continue with the one you have been reading. Write your ideas in your notebook. You might use phrases like:
I am learning. . .
I wonder. . .
I feel. . .
This is important because. . .
This makes me think. . .
Today, use the editing checklist to edit your writing as you prepare to publish.
Complete 1-2 lessons in DreamBox and today's problem:
How are these numbers related?
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Ask a friend or family member to list their biggest strengths. Do you have any strengths in common with them?
Watch the Pixar short film Snack Attack.
How did this film make you feel? What do you think the message or theme of this story is? What did the character(s) learn? Draw, write, or act out your own story that is similar.
Play a board game you have or create your own game to play today!
Practice keeping the beat with your feet while clapping a different rhythm with your hands.
Play the Fish Force game.
What happens to the plushie when you push with more or less force?
Make up a fact statement and an opinion statement for ice cream. Now, make up a fact and an opinion statement for something else. Explain the difference to an adult.