~Students of all ages enjoyed holding Mike, our classroom Ball Python. Science camp is offered every Friday for an hour after school in the Vet...
Excited third graders @ Manatee Academy show off their books at the 1st Skirmishes Over Stories (S.O.S.)for 2013-14 school year. Students read from a list of ten books, come to the Media Center for...
~Seventh grade Vet Prep student Brianna brings her 2 dogs in for a classroom visit~
~Manatee Academy Honor Choir~
~Second graders play “Alligator Chomp” to practice telling if a number is greater than or less than~
~Dads & Lads bond over books with Debbie Remington, Media Specialist~
~~First graders learn the importance of community and community leaders~~
~Manatee students celebrate SuperSTAR student of the month~
First graders are fine tuning their listening skills in music class.
Second graders are stretching for a healthy, successful year ahead.
Third grade students engage in Showdown to ‘show’ just how much they have learned in math.
Competition monitors math mastery in this middle school math resource class. Students actively engage in friendly competition using technology to measure their success.
Students learn the importance of dental hygiene and how it promotes a good health.
The members of the National Junior Honor Society would like to wish you a safe and happy summer. Stay active and keep on reading!
Manatee Academy stands out at the Regional Science Fair. Jamaraly Rodriguez received 1st place in Environmental Science category and Jenniffer Lopez received 2nd place in the Botany...
TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More!
Thank you to those who brought in their December Family Project. The gingerbread-men look fantastic on our hallway walls and lets those who pass through know that 1st grade is ready for the holiday season!
We are continuing with our unit 6 scale in math where students will be able to use and understand place value to 120.
In English/Language Arts, we are reading “Sea Animals” and concentrating on the author’s purpose. We will be learning about proper nouns as well as adding endings to base words. We will also be working on an opinion piece in writing making sure to support with details.
Our spelling words are: math, tenth, thank, with, bath, think, then, this, that, them.
Our word wall words are: blue, little, water, cold, live, where, far, their
We hope you can join us for our family night on Thursday- Bingo for Books! This event starts at 6pm in the cafeteria.
The end of the quarter is rapidly approaching. Please make sure you are keeping up with your fluency and sight word practice.
Please contact your child’s teacher with any questions.
Congratulations to everyone who got an award at least week’s ceremony. We are proud of our students!
This week we will begin our next unit in math. This unit will last 4 weeks.
Students will be able to understand place value. Emphasis will be placed on the following targets:
Justify why a number can be represented in different combinations of tens and ones.
Explain the value of a teen number in terms of tens and ones.
Explain why a 2 digit number is greater than or less than another 2-digit number based on place value.
Compare 2 two-digit numbers by using the number of 10s and 1s (within 100).
In English and Language Arts, students will be using a variety of skills and strategies and they learn about Thanksgiving.
Please make sure your child’s field trip money and permission slip is turned in by November 25.
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Greetings families and Happy November!
Thank you to those who completed the family project for this month. The turkeys look great and it was so nice to see what the students are thankful for!
Also thank you to the SuperStars for this monthRead More
We are already underway in the 2nd quarter. Please study your 2nd quarter sight words and read every night!
Our learning targets for this week:
In reading, students will be able to identify and retell the sequence of events.
In writing, students will be able to write a narrative piece using time order words and a flow map.Read More
Please join us for Pasta, Pyramids & Paperbacks (AKA Family Night) Tuesday, October 15 from 5:00-7:00pm in the cafeteria! This will be a fun, literary, scientific, mathematical event with free Olive Garden pasta and a free paperback book.
Book fair is this week and it will be open the night of this event. Please come out and support!
Spelling words for this week: in, sit, trip, will, six, grin, did, big, drip, win
Word wall words: our, today, would, after, read
Math- Students will be able to define shapes by attribute and compose two dimensional shapes.
Writing-Students will be able to write an informative piece about how animals communicate in which they name a topic, supply some facts, and provide closure.
Reading- Students will read How Animals Communicate and will be able to ask and answer questions about key details in the text.
Please contact your child’s teacher with any questions or concerns.Read More