School is closed, and we’re waiting for the Typhoon to hit. Hope all are safe. Right now, the weather is calm, and the rain has slowed down.
For home learning today, there are several things you can do.
1. Make sure your homework and literature circle book and worksheet are completed well for tomorrow. Remember you can type your homework or print it, but it all needs to go into your homework book. You’ve got plenty of time, so it should be done well.
2. Do some Mathletics. I’ll assign another few tasks and then try out some Live Mathletics.
3. Comment on this blog post. To comment, you find the comment box under or above this post. We’ll be doing more of this, so here’s your chance to start. I’ve been wondering about typhoons. What are they? How do they work? How do they move? What will this one do? To help you, here’s a link to the Japan Meteorological site: http://www.jma.go.jp/en/typh/111524.html
You can also talk with parents, neighbors, other adults about typhoons. We want to hear what you discover. Parents, you can comment also.
Look forward to reading it all!