March 9, 2019
Review of the Week:
We thank God for forgiving us when we have done wrong and ask God to help us forgive others who have hurt us. We live out God’s call to love another by forgiving others.
This week’s Gospel reading is about Nicodemus, who was a Pharisee. Pharisees were sometimes critical of Jesus. Nicodemus came to visit Jesus at night because he was worried about talking to Jesus where everyone could see him. He asked Jesus what he could tell him about loving God. Jesus replies that God loves him so much that God sent Him into the world to tell him that. He was the Son of God. Jesus showed him a lamp and said that when people do good actions, they are acting in the light.
On Monday, I read a story about catching the leprechaun. Their 8th grade partner helped them design a trap. On Wednesday, they got into groups of three to design one trap. They had to draw and write the materials they needed. On Friday, the little engineers began to build their trap. They will test their traps and see if they need to make any changes to their design.
Next Week’s Target Goals: I can follow PRISM.
Literacy: I can say the beginning, middle and ending sounds of words. I can say short vowel sounds.
Religion: I can participate in the Stations of the Cross. I can show God’s love by forgiving others and being forgiven.
Math: I can subtract.
Science: In a group, I can help plan, design, build, test and analyze a leprechaun trap.