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5th Grade Open House 2014

(Coming in May)

 

Social Studies Projects

 

Living Wax Musuem Videos

Mrs. Evans' Homeroom Students' Videos

Mrs. Stangil's Homeroom Students' Videos

Mr. O' Connor's Homeroom Students' Videos

Mr. Flannery's Homeroom Students' Video

 

U. S. President Projects

All Four Homerooms' Projects

 

ELA: Homeroom Projects

Genius Projects 2013-2014

Fairy Tales on Trial


WIN: Literature Projects

Hatchet Book Report Videos for WIN

 

SSR Book Report #1

 

 

Mr. Flannery's 

Website

shamrock-leprechaun

Homeroom

and

5th Grade Social Studies

 

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Classroom Website


Welcome Class of 2013-2014

Incoming 5th grade students should begin reading at least 15-25 pages a day from a chapter book. Reading at least 25 pages a day, seven days a week, in a quiet location will prepare them for a challenging 5th grade year. Please have your son or daughter start this now in late July and early August.


First Day of School

Please bring a backpack and a 5th grade level chapter book to read.

Supplies for 5th Grade Students

(Please have for the first day of school)


Students will use:

  • a blue folder w/ 3 holes and 3-5 subject notebook for math
  • a red folder w/ 3 holes and 3-5 subject notebook for language arts
  • a yellow folder w/ 3 holes and 1 suject notebook for social studies
  • a green folder w/ 3 holes and 1 subject notebook for science
  • a backpack
  • an extra set of pencils (3-5)
  • a binder for the homework, math, science, social studies and language arts folders (great for organization)


All other supplies will be provided by the district, including homework folders, homework planners, glue, crayons and various supplies.

 

 

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(click on the link "assignment board" to go to our daily assignments)


Parents may check this everyday after 4pm. Unless there is some unusual event, our daily assignments will be posted each day. Students must fill in their book each day. This link is for parents to compare with their child's assignment book. This will show you very clearly if they are copying their assignments down each day.

 

5th Grade Tips for Parents

Topic: Homework

What should my son or daughter bring home each night?

Students should bring home the following items every night:

-their assignment book (please read and initial this each night)

-a chapter book to read every night, including weekends

-their folder binder with all 5 five folders inside

If they do not, they will most likely be handing-in an assignment late.

 

Will my son or daughter have homework every day? How much?

Yes. Every student will have homework every day. At the very least, a 5th grader should read their Reading Challenge chapter book for 50 minutes, seven days a week. This will allow them to meet their weekly reading goals. 5th graders receive 10 minutes of homework, per day multiplied by their grade level. So that is 5 x 10 minutes for a total of 50 minutes every day.


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Enter Moodle for any classroom Moodle or Google Doc assignments


 


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Do not forget your log-in information so that you may access these sites from home.


Think Central 

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Research Website:

World Book Online

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Language Art's Links for Students

(Created by Mrs. Beth Fair, Elementary Technology Supervisor, EPSD)

 

 

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Math Practice at Home

 

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(left click on the glowing link above to enter)

GREAT video lesson website (as seen on 60 Minutes)

Watch the 60 Minutes review of this project.


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