Saturday, March 03, 2012

Online Stories

One of the stories we shared as part of our Presidents' Day celebration was Arthur Meets the President.  We read it together to practice fluency and also used it to practice story elements.  We learned about some of the famous places in Washington, D.C., too!

Since then, the students have been asking me to post the link to the story, so here it is (click on the title above).  You can also check out other Arthur stories while there and link to some other online stories. 

While sharing the story, we did not learn much about the Jefferson Memorial.  Learn about it and either leave a comment in the COMMENT BOX or bring in a written answer for a prize. 

Don't can use XTRAMATH on the weekend.  Some of you are very close to knowing all your addition facts. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Malia Speedy

They started building on 11.15.1939and finished 4.13.1943

Cost: $3 million
Admission is free; it is open 24 hours a day

It was built to honor Thomas Jefferson the 3rd president of the United States.