Today we studied a photograph of The Statue of Liberty. We analyzed the statue and identified important parts of the statue. We listened to a story about how the Statue of Liberty was built. We also watched a short video to learn what the important parts of the statue stand for. Ask me to tell you about three important parts of The Statue of Liberty. We drew, labeled and colored our own Statue of Liberty. I will be hanging them in our hall to show them off, but so you can see now, I have scanned them and put them on the website in the Social Studies tab. To find it, look under the curriculum tab.
Today we learned about subitizing. We began by looking at a die. We did a great job of identifying how many dots are on each side without counting them. We will look at other dot formations too and become quick at telling how many. To learn more about subitizing, please look under the curriculum tab on our website, scroll down to math and watch the short video.
Have a nice evening!