|Maureen OBrien - Fifth Grade (Send e-mail)|
Please return the PE Uniform Order form that was sent home on Friday. This was attached to the letter on Parent "Step Up Night" at Hickory Creek Middle School. Step Up Night will be held on May 18.
**Please see information under DOWNLOADS regarding Field Day T-shirt Orders AND Field Day Pizza Lunch. Both can be done via RevTrak. Orders begin 4/7/2017 and MUST be received by May 3rd.
On April 26 all 5th graders will take the Illinois Science Assessment.
Please help students achieve their best possible performance by ensuring they have enough sleep the night before a testing session as well as a healthy breakfast/lunch on testing day. Thank you for all you do for our students. :)
**Yes, students are allowed to bring in gum and/or mints to enjoy during testing.:)
STUDENT ASSIGNMENT BOOK - Students are completing their assignment books each evening. If the student/parent would like me to sign each day, please let me know.
Book It letters were sent home on Friday, Sept 30th. Each studentís goal is to read a minimum of 20 minutes over four days during the week. Monthly tracking calendars and the book review forms for each month are available in our classroom, and below in the "downloads" section. Book It participation is completely optional. Students may use their daily homework reading assignments to track for Book It minutes, as well as the same minutes as their weekly reading logs. At the end of the month, a completed calendar (with parent signature) and a book review on a book are due. Students must have both the calendar and the book review completed in order to receive a pizza certificate. Please turn in next month's log and report the first week of March.
UPCOMING TOPICS OF STUDY:
MATH: Outcome Assessment this week. Topics include Multiply/Divide Decimals and Conversions in the Metric System, patterns of multiplying a number by powers of 10, explain patterns when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10, convert measurements in metric system, multiply and divide decimals to hundredths, use concrete models or drawings to explain the method used.
ELA: Throughout the 4th quarter we will read various text with the theme of Children's Rights. Students will read the text "Counting On Grace" along with a variety of other literature and informational texts. We will discuss these texts with these Essential Questions:
*What rights should children have?
*What role do cultural and economic factors play in the rights of all workers?
*Why has child labor been a sustained practice throughout history?
WRITING: Memoir writing will be the focus of 4th quarter writing.
SOCIAL STUDIES: EARLY COLONIAL SETTLEMENTS.
Information was given on Friday regarding Colonial Market project. Please return the parent signature sheet, and students should note their top 5 job choices.
This week in classMonday
"I" Day - Music/PE
Students should bring instruments for sectionals.
**Please return Friday folder and reading log, as well as Colonial Market signature sheet and PE Uniform Order form.
"G" Day - Art/PE
"E" Day - STEM/PE"
"R" Day: Library/PE
"T" day - PE only
Band/Orchestra Hot Lunch
Spring Band Concert
Field Day Orders Due
Isle a la Cache Field Trip
Downloads ListBook It Calendars [10/2/2016]
Book It Review Option 1 [10/2/2016]
Book It Review Option 2 [10/2/2016]
Book It Review Option 3 [10/2/2016]
Book It Review Option 4 [10/2/2016]
DARE graduation 3/24/17 [3/1/2017]
Field Day t-shirt and Lunch Order [4/6/2017]
Reading Log - 5th grade [9/16/2016]
Student Schedule 2016/17 [8/28/2016]
Cool LinksCool Cosmos
Family Education Reading Tips For Parents
Figurative Language Games
Frankfort Public Library
Front Row - Math Class code is o'brip
Front Row ELA - class code v38k8a
Jamestown SImulation Game
Mensa for Kids
NASA Kids' Club
Newton's Laws #2 - Fastball reaction time
Newton's Laws #3 - Roller coaster Simulator
Newton's Laws Link #1 - Overview and Quiz
Pilcher Park Nature Center and Greenhouse
Science Kids Space Facts
Timeline (Create a timeline tool)