In math we did a practice quiz to see how well students understand the decimal place value concept. I am going to review it again tomorrow to make sure it is really mastered before moving back into multiplication. While this one doesn't count and this isn't a huge part of the curriculum, it is still a good foundation.
One thing that needs to be reviewed is the fact that moving each place to the left represents ten times as many. If you move two places to the left, it is a hundred times as many. By moving it to the right, it means 1/10, 1/100, etc.
In social studies, students continued to work on their projects. I did upload the grading rubric onto the Classroom so students can get an understanding of how they will be assessed. Hopefully, I will be able to start conferencing with them. Not only do I want to review their writing (content and mechanics - grammar, spelling, etc.) but also review their progress on the checklist.
I had training in the afternoon for running records so the students did their own self-paced activity. This one involves responses to literature and is on the Classroom.