“But if You Did Know….”A question to get your student talking It’s 3:10 and your student finally makes it in the car. If your school and behavior questions are often met with shoulder shrugs, a blank stare, or the less than helpful “I dunno,” then you probably aren’t much closer to resolution or knowledge about…
GRAMMAR NEWSLETTER/ 04 2023
SET APART FOR HIS
GLORY AND GREATNESS
April 3rd – 14th Practice for
standardized testing in 2nd – 5th
April 17th – 21st Standardized testing
for students in 2nd – 5th.
Set a guard over my mouth, Lord; keep
watch over the door of my lips. Psalm
Rejoice with those who rejoice, mourn
with those who mourn. Roman 12:15
Proverbs 15:18 A man with a bad temper
starts fights, but he who is slow to anger
QUARTER THREE RECAP
K – 2ND GRADE:
Gossip: What James Said by
Empathy: How Do I Stand in
Your Shoes? by Susan
Relationships: Sweet and
Sour Friends / The Cool
Beans by Jory John
Patience: A Little Spot of
Patience by Diane Alber
QUARTER THREE RECAP
3RD – 5TH GRADE:
1. What is gossip?
2. Can gossip be true or false or both?
3. How does gossip get bigger?
4. How do you personally stop gossip at school?
5. What does Psalm 143:3 mean?
Empathy: How Do I Understand You Better?
Rude, Mean, or Bullying? Students learn to differentiate between the three descriptions and understand upstander Vs. bystander
Kahoot summative assessment of all lessons
CLUB RESUMES FOR
5TH GRADE Q4.
ALL STUDENTS WILL
MEET FOR ONE LAST
LUNCH BUNCH OF THE
3rd – 5th graders will learn ways to not only ‘stand in someone else’s shoes’ (empathy), but will challenge themselves to confront unkind behavior amongst peers through partner sharing and whole group discussion. The pain of rejection is probably real to most adults, so it’s no surprise watching our children go through a similar experience…
“The devil has made it his business to monopolize on three elements: noise, hurry, crowds. He will not allow quietness.” – Elisabeth Elliot It’s the same season that comes around this time of year without surprise. What also seems to be of no surprise is the reaction to the holidays by some. Rushing to finish…
Relationships can naturally lead to confrontation. It’s easy to get entangled in your feelings and leave out the facts of the situation. It’s also easy to be a die-hard for facts and ignore the feelings of others entirely with a thoughtless delivery. Interestingly, Jesus was about the truth as well as the delivery of the…