Are you finished your work? Are you looking for something to do? Are you in need of some way to stretch your brain? You've come to the right spot.
Vocabulary Hall of Fame: http://www.conversationpieceslearning.org/vocabulary-lists-for-second-third-and-fourth-graders.html
Start with the first list. Write each word on an index card. Find and write the definition on the back. Study the cards for a few days or until you are ready to take the quiz. Ask a friend to quiz you. Quiz yourself. When you are ready to try to earn a spot in the Hall of Fame, click on the link above and take the quiz. Be sure to tell Mrs. Moelter if you have earned a spot in the Vocabulary Hall of Fame. If you did not earn a spot, keep practicing and try again.Pet Shop Math Problem of the Week: http://www.conversationpieceslearning.org/pet-shop-math-problem-of-the-week.htmlEarn points for solving daily math problems. Answer correctly and your name and city will be posted. Earn points towards a spot in the Hall of Fame.If you get the problem right, your first name and city will be posted. Your points will also be tracked from week to week. Problem-solvers with the highest totals will be included (and much admired) in the Problem Solving Hall of Fame. Want to challenge yourself even more? See Cafe Math Problem of the Week below.Cafe Math Problem of the Week: http://www.conversationpieceslearning.org/cafe-math-problem-of-the-week.htmlHere's how this works. Read the first Cafe Math Problem (scroll down on this page to find it). Do some brilliant thinking and submit your answer. If you get the problem right, your first name and city will be posted to the "Menu of Excellence" (look for your name at the bottom of that week's problem).
Your points will also be tracked from week to week. Problem-solvers with the highest totals will be included (and much admired) in the Problem Solving Hall of Fame. Are you ready? Good luck!