Homework Page

***AR points have been given to students: AR points for the 1st quarter are due October 7th-Keep reading:)*** If students need to access their readworks assignment from home due to being absent here is how:

How to get students to their assignments for Readworks:

1. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student

2. Students enter class code GLDWFY

3. Tell your students that their default password is 1234

Note: Students can change their passwords when they log in, and you can change student passwords on this page.


ILEARN INFO:

Here is a link to the new ilearn practice page if you would like to practice at home with your child. https://www.doe.in.gov/assessment/ilearn-sample-items-and-scoring Click the link; click sign in (you don't have to type in any user/password, just go to bottom and click sign in; select grade; then you can pick whatever subject you would like from the list shown. Fourth grade will be tested on all the math, all of the reading (except Iread as that is done in third grade) and science. Social studies is tested in fifth grade.

Spelling City is a great way to study your spelling words. Spellingcity.com- search Teachers-Stephanie Underwood-click the story/lesson we are studying. Homework is subject to change as needed:

 

Fifth Grade Saintly News
October 7, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

October 11-End of first grading period

October 23-All School Mass at ND

November 21-Dare on Thursdays -Dare Essay due 11-21-19

November 14-Field Trip to Snite Museum (we will need drivers:)

November 20th -Field Trip to Amish Acres (we will need drivers)


*If you have any empty cereal boxes AND an empty paper towel rolls, please send them with your child by the end of the week.  I have some, but not enough for everyone.


This week’s tests

Wednesday-Social Studies Test Chapter 1-study study guide

Friday-Spelling, Vocab Tests

          


AR POINTS:  Students have been given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:) Only a few students have their AR points.  Please keep reading at home as this is part of their daily homework.


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: Taylor, Brynn, Anna

Friday: Taylor, Brynn, Anna, London, Maggie

Cantors: Allie V


MathStudents will continue multiplication, but they will be multiplying decimals. Students will find products of decimals and powers of ten. Next, they will estimate products of decimals to whole numbers using rounding and compatible numbers. And, students will use and make  models to to multiple decimals and whole numbers.


Religion: In Chapter 6, students will develop a deeper understanding that as a person of faith, we are called to love. Students will understand that a basic truth of moral life is the more a person chooses to  do the right thing, the easier that choice becomes. Cardinal virtues are defined as the four principal moral virtues: prudence, temperance, justice, and fortitude.Prudence is knowing what is right and good and choosing it. Temperance is having  a balance in life. Justice is giving to God and each person his due which helps communities respect rights. And fortitude is showing courage especially in the face of evil.

 


Science: We will be learning about the different types of symbiosis, a close relationship between species.

Communalism is when one organism greatly benefits from  the relationship. The other is not affected or uses the other for protection or transportation. 

Parasitism is when one organism benefits form the relationship and the other is harmed.

Mutualism is when both organisms benefit from the relationship.

Endosymbiosis is when one  species lives inside another species.

Ectosymbiosis is when a parasite lives on the surface of an animal.

Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will be starting a Novel called “View from the Top.”  We will read this in class and students will have activities to complete with the novel study. We will be working on narrator point of view and quote accurately from the text. We will be working on prepositions as well as finish our writing packet. 

Vocab and Spelling Words: Know definitions and spelling.  Students will be given a list on Monday with words and definitions:  

annual, grotesque, gawk, obese, toxic, blunder, bicker, brutal, feline, tyrant, dumbfounded, waiver

Students will complete a spelling contract with the words this week

Social Studies: We will continue to work on The First Americans.  Students are taking notes in their notebooks.Students were given a social studies study guide.  The test is October 9th. Study the study guide.



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Social Studies Test 

10-9-19

Social Studies Test 

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Read for AR

Week one Spelling, Vocab Test Friday


Read for AR

Week one Spelling, Vocab Test 


Read for AR

Week one Spelling, Vocab Test 


Read for AR

Week one Spelling, Vocab Test 

Read for AR

Week one Spelling, Vocab Test 



Homework for Ms. Mynsberge:

October 7- October 11

Due Tuesday-  Math 179-180 and/ or enrichment 

Due Wednesday -Social Studies test .Math p. 186 if needed.

Due Thursday- Math 191-192 and/or enrichment

Due Friday- 197-198



Fifth Grade Saintly News
September 30, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

October1-Faith Family Day at St. Bavo-Remember to wear your Faith Family colored shirt

October 2-Parents please  join us at our HASA meeting next week, Wednesday, October 2nd at 7:00pm.  The meeting is at St. Bavo in the meeting rooms. Amy Spurgeon will be presenting bullying prevention.  AND, students receive a NUT day if their parents go.

October 23-All School Mass at ND

Dare on Thursdays -Dare Essay due 11-21-19

If you have any empty cereal boxes AND an empty paper towel rolls, please send them with your child by the end of the week.  I have some, but not enough for everyone.

November 14-Field Trip to Snite Museum (we will need drivers:)

November 20th -Field Trip to Amish Acres (we will need drivers)




This week’s tests

Wednesday- Science ecosystems test.

Friday-Reading, Spelling, Vocab Tests

           Math test Chapter 4 multiplication.


AR POINTS:  Students have been given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:) Only a few students have their AR points.  Please keep reading at home as this is part of their daily homework.


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: Mass at St. Bavo for Faith Family Day:)

Friday: London Grove, Harrison Miller, Lucas Good, Allie V, Aryana Grill

Cantors: Anna M

Readers; Taylor Geiger, Dom B, Wally Matson



Math:  Students will multiply multi-digit whole numbers fluently using a standard algorithmic approach. They will also compare the size of the product to one factor on the basis of the size of the other factor while estimating. Students will solve real-world problems involving multiplication of whole numbers. They will also explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10. We have a test on Friday. Students should be studying Rocket Math nightly as the quicker they know their facts, the easier it is for them to multiply. The next chapter is on the multiplication of decimals, then we go into division which uses multiplication. We then study fractions by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing them. .Knowing multiplication facts quickly is essential.

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Religion: We will begin Chapter Five studying prayer. Prayer, for a fifth grader, is a time to learn how to communicate  what is on their minds so they can begin to understand prayer as a conversation with God. And,God is their creator and their friend. Types of prayer include thanksgiving, intercession, petition, and praise. We will write what we know about individual and community worship.Our key vocabulary words for this chapter are reverence, worship, and  liturgy. We will learn about Saint Cecilia who used her beautiful voice to pray to God in song.


Science: Students will be asked to identify these major habitats by their climate and location: tundra,  grasslands, temperate forest, rainforest, desert, tropical ocean, deep sea, and wetlands.Students may use their notes for PART of the test naming typical plants and animal

 for each biome as well as  animal and plant adaptations of each biome. We will next learn how animals compete for food,water, shelter, mates, and territory. Plants compete for sunlight, space,and water. 


Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will be working on theme specifically related to characteristics this week.  We will be reading Elisa’s Diary. Spelling words are from Elisa’s Diary Lesson 5. Students have a list. We will be working on plural, collective nouns as well as commas this week.

Vocab Words: go over meanings

opponents, brutal, embarrassed, obvious, typically; suffixes 

Social Studies: We will continue to work on The First Americans.  Students are taking notes in their notebooks.Students were given a social studies study guide.  We will fill this in as we go for the test which is set for October 9.












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Students were given a social studies study guide.  We will fill this in in class as we go. PLEASE keep this in their folder.

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Social Studies Test 

10-9-19

Mynsberge and 

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9-30-19

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Wb 51-52

NO homework Day!  Happy Feast of St. Bavo Day!


10-2-19

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

10-3-19

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

10-4-19

Read for AR



Homework for Ms. Mynsberge:

September 30-October 3


Due Tuesday-  Math- Extra Practice 4.4

Due Wednesday- Science test ecosystems. Students have notes to study.

Math- Complete page 166 if needed.

Due Thursday- Math  pages 167-168

Due Friday- Math page 172 . Math test over multiplication.


September 23, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

Dare on Thursdays -Dare Essay due 11-21-19

NWEA testing for Math this week.



This week’s tests

Friday-Reading, Spelling, Vocab Tests


AR POINTS:  Students have been given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:) Only a few students have their AR points.  Please keep reading at home as this is part of their daily homework.


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: London Grove, Harrison Miller, Lucas Good


Friday: London Grove, Harrison Miller, Lucas Good, Allie V, Maggie F

Cantors: Brynn M, Michelle P.


Math: Students will work on finding products involving multiples of ten and powers of ten. They will use compatible numbers and rounding to estimate products. And, students will multiply one digit numbers by five digit numbers, and two digit numbers by up to five digit numbers. Students need  to study their Rocket Math sheets nightly as we are on multiplication.


Religion: Students will begin to study the mystery of the Holy Trinity, which is the central mystery of our faith. Students will explore their ancestors’ hardship in handing on the revelation of God as three divine persons. Students will write what they know about God the father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. They will also read about the mystery of St. Patrick learning how he escaped from his captors to return to Ireland. A mystery is defined  as a spiritual truth that is difficult to perceive or understand with our senses, but is known through faith and through signs. Vocabulary for this chapter include the words mystery,Holy Trinity, and virtues.


Science: We will only have Science twice this week due to DARE and NWEA testing. We will evaluate in paragraph from using the  Design Process the effectiveness of the rebuild of our solar cooker prototypes. We will study the biomes of Deep Sea and Tropical Oceans.

Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will be working on sequence this week.  We will be reading Double Dutch. Spelling words are from Double Dutch Lesson 4. Students have a list.

Vocab Words: competition, identical, element, unison, routine; working on context clues as well.  We will be working on Informative Writing in class this week. 


Social Studies: We will continue to work on The First Americans.  Students are taking notes in their notebooks.Students were given a social studies study guide.  We will fill this in in class as we go. PLEASE keep this in their folder. They will use this study guide to study for the test which is tentatively set for October 9.




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Students were given a social studies study guide.  We will fill this in in class as we go. PLEASE keep this in their folder.

None

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9-23-19

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

9-24-19

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday


9-25-19

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

9-26-19

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

9-27-19

Read for AR



Homework for Ms. Mynsberge:

September 23-27


Due Tuesday- Math-  Lesson 4.1 143-144 and extra practice 4.1 1-6 (Most should be done in class)

Due Wednesday- Math- Lesson 4.2  Homework and practice 149-150 

Due Thursday- Math Lesson 4.3 Homework and Practice 155-156.

Due Friday- Math page 15


September 16, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

September 13-Progress reports went home

September 20-No School 

Dare on Thursdays -Dare Essay due 11-21-19

NWEA testing has begun



This week’s tests

Wednesday- Chapter 3 Math test

Thursday-Unit 1 Religion Test  



AR POINTS:  Students have been given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:)


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: Isaac Gill, Harrison Miller, Maggie Fairleigh


Friday: No Mass due to No School


Math: Students will work on solving multi-step word problems on Monday as we spent an extra day adding and subtracting decimals using the order of operations last week. For the test, students will have add and subtract decimals using estimates,  add and subtract decimals using the order of operations, and use the associative and commutative properties to solve problems.  

I am proud of how hard the students are working in Math. 



Religion: Students will have a Religion test on Thursday. They will have a study guide and will need to know the vocabulary of Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, stewardship, covenant, Sacraments, grace, faith , Messiah, Religion, and providence. They will match each vocabulary word to its meaning.  On the test I ask two or three questions about each saint. 

Saints : Saint Hildegarde of Bingen Saint Augustine, Saint Benedict.Students will have to write essays in complete sentences.

Science: We will put our solar cookers out this Wednesday when it is warmer. We  redesigned them last Friday. We will evaluate our redesigned solar cookers using the  Design Process and writing in paragraphs. We will begin learning about the land biomes of tropical rainforest temperate deciduous forest, tundra, and the desert. We use the website mbgnet.net. We will  evaluate the temperature, precipitation, the location, and adaptations of the typical plants and animals in each ecosystem.

Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will continue working on Compare/Contrast.  Each group will read their books.


Social Studies: We will begin work on The First Americans




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9-16-19

Read for AR

9-17-19

Read for AR



9-18-19

Read for AR

9-19-19

Read for AR

NO School

Read for AR



Homework for Ms. Mynsberge:

September 9/16- 9/19


Due Tuesday- Math-  1-6 Solve all problems using a four square.

Due Wednesday- Math- 128-129 if needed. Math test Chapter 3 

Due Thursday- Religion test. Students have a study guide.

No school on Friday


Fifth Grade Saintly News
September 9, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

September 13-Progress reports go home

September 20-No School 

Dare on Thursdays -Dare Essay due 11-21-19



This week’s tests

Tuesday- Math test over mean, median, mode, range using or making a stem-and leaf graph, bar graph,and line plot. 

Friday: Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday 


AR POINTS:  Students have been given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:)


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: Isaac Gill, Michelle P, Millie Mammolenti


Friday: 8:15-8:30 Adoration and Benediction 8:30-9:15 Mass (music)

Servers: Maggie F, Aryana Grill, Isaac Gill, Michelle Przybylski, Millie Mammolenti

Cantors: Taylor G 



Math: We will work on adding and subtracting decimals this week, learning how to line up the decimal point. Students will be asked to make estimates to make sure their answers are reasonable.On Friday, students will make a four square to help them solve multi-step word problems with money. Placed in the student plan books, is a number for homework help for Math or Science from the Rose Hulman Institute. This is FREE.

 Call a tutor-   877.ASK ROSE

Chat or email  ASKROSE.ORG

7-10pm (EST) Sunday-Thursday


Religion:  We will complete Chapter 3 learning that a covenant is  a sacred promise or agreement between God and humans. The Passover meal is a sign of the covenant. We will also study the  effective signs of the sacraments. Sacraments are signs of God’s life,instituted by Christ and given to the Church. The Sacraments are visible signs and Divine actions, that give us grace and allow us to share in God’s work. We will learn about St. Benedict who made a plan, called the Rule of St. Benedict, which balances  prayer, study work, and rest. 

I  challenged the students to complete their Religion homework with more accuracy. Many students rushed through this assignment. Remember, homework may be checked.


 

Science: We will put our solar cookers out this week when it is warmer. We will  redesign them. We will complete Workbook One focusing on the words of ecosystems, niche, habitat, community and population. If we have time, we will begin learning  about the land biomes of tropical rainforest temperate deciduous rainforest, and the desert. We evaluate the climate and adaptation of the typical plants and animals in each ecosystem.

Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will working on Compare/Contrast.  Each group will read their books. We will have a reading, spelling, and vocab test on Friday September 13th. Spelling words are on spelling city, in their reader's notebook as well given a list for students to study from.  They are listed by the title of the story we are working on.


Vocab Words: scanned, prodded, beckoned, inflated, and gradually.  We will be working on context clues as well.


Social Studies: We will continue discussing Focus on Citizenship.




Class

Monday

9-9-19

Tuesday 9-10-19

Wednesday 9-11-19

Thursday 9-12-19

Friday 9-13-19

Mynsberge

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Underwood

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Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR



Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR



Homework for Ms. Mynsberge:

September 9-13


Due Tuesday-3.3 Homework and Practice 99-100

Due Wednesday-3.4 Homework and Practice 103-104

Due Thursday- 3.5 Homework and Practice 111-112

Due Friday- Religion Who am I project, Math 117-118 if needed. 


Note- The WHo am I project may be turned in before September 13.


September 3, 2019

Important Dates:  

No school Monday

September 13-Progress reports go home September 20-No School



This week’s tests

Tuesday- Math test over mean, median, mode, range using or making a stem-and leaf graph, bar graph,and line plot. 

Friday: Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday 


AR POINTS:  Students have been given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:)


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: Taylor Geiger, Michelle P, Millie Mammolenti


Friday: 8:15-8:30 Adoration and Benediction 8:30-9:15 Mass (music)

Servers: Taylor Geiger, Aryana Grill, Isaac Gill, Michelle Przybylski, Millie Mammolenti

Cantors:  . Anna P. 



Math: We will learn how to make a frequency table on Monday while determining the mean, median, mode, and range from the table. On Tuesday, we will have a quiz over mean, median, mode, and range using a bar graph, stem- and leaf plot, and line plot. Next, we will round and estimate whole numbers, and we will use models to add and subtract decimals.

Religion:  We will complete the Chapter Two Review  and a worksheet on the Woman at the Well for homework. We will make a bookmark with a St. Augustine quote on Tuesday.

We will begin Chapter3 titled Signs of God’s Presence.  We will read about the  Burning Bush as a powerful sign from God, and we will discuss how signs from God tell of his eternal goodness ,strong, justice, and mercy. Other signs from God include the rainbow to Noah,  the fire on the altar to the Prophet Elijah, and the image of Christ hanging on the cross. 

Science: We will complete our  redesign of the solar cooker using the design process  after we place it in the sun communicating how and why we need to make the models  better.

We will begin Lesson 1 of Ecosystems determining what parts of our environment are living and nonliving. We will use our text learning that the size of a population is dependent upon the resources in the environment. Our key vocabulary words are: ecosystem, population, community, and niche.

Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will working on theme.  We will read A Royal Mystery. We will have a reading, spelling, and vocab test on Friday September 6th. Spelling words are on spelling city, in their reader's notebook as well given a list for students to study from.  They are listed by the title of the story we are working on.


Vocab Words: contagious, secretive, immersed, discomfort, brandishing; prefixes: non, un, dis, mis-know meanings of the prefix skill.


Social Studies: We will continue discussing Focus on Foundations.




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Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR



Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR



Homework for Mrs. Mynsberge:




Due Wednesday- Lesson 1.4  Test Thursday over mean, median, mode, and range. Know these vocabulary words.

Due Thursday- Religion p/91 and The WOman at the Well Worksheet

Due Friday- 3.1 pages 87-88


August 26, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

August 27-Faith Family Day-students will be dropped off at St. Monica in morning. No homework night

August 27-Back to School Night-6:30pm

August 30-1pm Dismissal for Teacher Faith Formation



This week’s tests

Thursday- Math Unit 1 test Thursday

Friday: Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday NOT until September 6. NO TESTS THIS due to early dismissal 


AR POINTS:  Students will be given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:)


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: School Mass at St. Monica


Friday: 8:15-8:30 Adoration and Benediction 8:30-9:15 Mass (music)

Servers: Taylor Geiger, Harrison Miller, Isaac Gill, Michelle Przybylski, London Grove

Cantors:  Mille M.

Readers-Aryana Grill, Anna Mitchell, Annie Verslype


Math: We will learn how to round decimals on Monday, complete a review for the Unit 1 test on Tuesday, and take the Unit 1 test on Thursday due to no homework on Tuesday. I will delay Unit 2 until second semester as learning the Order of Operations is challenging, so students will be more prepared second semester. I am going to use different sources to teach mean, median, mode, and range as  these concepts are Indiana standards and not included in the text. The publishers did send me some lesson plans for this concept to use in class.


Religion:  We will complete the Chapter One test and Review and a worksheet  on stewardship. Next, we will begin Chapter 2 Made to Be with God.This chapter teaches that people long for God, and God wants us to know and experience his love,Key vocabulary words are religion, grace, faith, and Messiah.Faith is a theological virtue that enable us to believe in God and to believe what He has revealed to us .Faith is a gift form God.


Science: We will complete our design process sheet for the solar cooker, then begin to design them this week. We will solve the problem, (heat a quarter) , complete research, plan by making a drawing, make a prototype, and communicate our results, We will also redesign our prototypes.


Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will working on theme.  We will read A Royal Mystery. We will have a reading, spelling, and vocab test on Friday September 6th. Spelling words are on spelling city, in their reader's notebook as well given a list for students to study from.  They are listed by the title of the story we are working on.


Vocab Words: contagious, secretive, immersed, discomfort, brandishing; prefixes: non, un, dis, mis-know meanings of the prefix skill.


Social Studies: We will continue discussing Focus on Foundations.




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Read for AR


No Homework

Happy Feast Day Saint Monica!




Read for AR


Read for AR


Read for AR



Homework for Mrs. Mynsberge:


Complete p1.7 pp.43-44.

Due Tuesday- no homework

Due Wednesday- Math complete  pages 50 and 51 32-49 test Unit One Test tomorrow

Due Thursday- Math box 1.6

Due Friday- Lesson 6.6



Fifth Grade Saintly News
August 19, 2019

 

Important Dates:  

August 27-Faith Family Day-students will be dropped off at St. Monica in morning 

August 27-Back to School Night-6:30pm

August 30-1pm Dismissal for Teacher Faith Formation



This week’s tests

Friday: Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Thursday- Short Science quiz over qualitative and quantitative observations. Students have notes to study in their  notebooks


AR POINTS:  Students will be given their points as soon as AR is set up.  Points are due October 7, 2019. Keep Reading:)


Adoration/Mass schedule for this week:


Tuesday: 8:15-8:30 Adoration followed by simple Reposition  8:30-9:00 Mass (no music)

Servers: Taylor Geiger, Harrison Miller, Isaac Gill


Friday: 8:15-8:30 Adoration and Benediction 8:30-9:15 Mass (music)

Servers: Taylor Geiger, Harrison Miller, Isaac Gill, Michelle Przybylski, London Grove

Cantors:  Anna Mitchell


Math: I am anticipating this week to complete a lesson per class, if this does not work,  I will change my plans. We complete two pages as a class, two with partners which is teacher checked, and then students complete the Homework and Practice page for homework. Homework will be differentiated and written as so in their agendas.

This week we will study place value with whole numbers to the billions, and with decimals to the  thousandths place. We will write whole numbers and decimals in word form, standard form, and expanded form. We will write fractions as decimals, and decimals as fractions.

We will also learn exponents to write  powers of 10. 


Religion:  This week we will learn how God reveals himself. The vocabulary this week is: Sacred Scripture, Sacred Traditions, Divine Revelation, Divine Providence, and stewardship.

Sacred Scripture is defined inspired writing from the Holy Spirit  known as the Bible, and Sacred Traditions is God’s word to the Church. We will write compliments to our classmates this week.

Science:  We will learn the difference between qualitative observations which involve using the senses, and quantitative observations which use counting and measurement . We will have a lab where we write  3 quantitative observations, and 5 qualitative observations. We will next begin to study the design process as we design our solar cookers. All students need to have a box in by this Friday. Boxes need to be smaller and be able to hold heat.

A shoe box, pizza box, small cardboard box, etc. will do.


Reading/Writing/Grammar:   We will working on Story Structure.  We will read A Package for Mrs. Jewels. We will have a reading, spelling, and vocab test on Friday. Spelling words are on spelling city, in their reader's notebook as well given a list for students to study from.  They are listed by the title of the story we are working on.


Vocab Words: speciality, collapsed, disturbing, wobbled, interrupted.  Context Clue is the skill for vocab this week and will use words: pursuit, vigorously, tendency, jubilant, urgent


Social Studies: We will be discussing Focus on Foundations.




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Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR


Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR

Reading, Spelling, Vocab Test Friday

Read for AR


Read for AR
















Due Monday

Due Tuesday

Due Wednesday

Due Thursday

Due Friday

Math

Enrichment or reteaches may be assigned

Homework and Practice 1.2 

Homework and Practice 1.3

Homework and Practice

1.4

Homework and Practice 1.5

Science

Signed Safety contract



SHORT quiz on 

qualitative

quantitative

observations

Box to make a solar cooker



 

 

 

NEWSLETTER WEEK OF April 9-13


***AR points due MAY 29th

6th Grade-25 points

7th Grade-30 points ***Pop Quiz over parts of speech and figurative language after break (not Monday). Students have the parts of speech and figurative language paper glued in their grammar notebook.

***Oratorical Fest is coming…..Due April 27th.  Students will need to have poem approved and a copy turned into me on or before April 10th!  A letter will be sent home today March 28, 2018 with your child explaining details.  Please ask them to share it with you. We will begin presenting the poems MAY 7th in class! Please practice the poems at home:)

***6th Grade-We will be reading Gathering Blue.  The students would like to read the next book in the series; Gathering Blue.  We will be reading that last quarter. There are also two more books after that in the series, Messenger, Son, if your child would like some summer reading:)  The students will be taking an AR test over this book when we finish it. We will be working on usage grammar this quarter.

***7th Grade-We will be reading Woods Runner  taking an AR test over this book when we are finished.  We will be working on usage grammar this quarter.

Homework:

**VOCAB TEST-No vocab test this week.

***Be sure to ask your child what career they picked! We have begun our career research project. Students have their packet. You are more than welcome to look at, but please make sure they bring it to class each day!

***ISTEP will begin next week***

NEWSLETTER WEEK OF April 9-13


***AR points due MAY 29th

6th Grade-25 points

7th Grade-30 points ***Pop Quiz over parts of speech and figurative language after break (not Monday). Students have the parts of speech and figurative language paper glued in their grammar notebook.

***Oratorical Fest is coming…..Due April 27th.  Students will need to have poem approved and a copy turned into me on or before April 10th!  A letter will be sent home today March 28, 2018 with your child explaining details.  Please ask them to share it with you. We will begin presenting the poems MAY 7th in class! Please practice the poems at home:)

***6th Grade-We will be reading Gathering Blue.  The students would like to read the next book in the series; Gathering Blue.  We will be reading that last quarter. There are also two more books after that in the series, Messenger, Son, if your child would like some summer reading:)  The students will be taking an AR test over this book when we finish it. We will be working on usage grammar this quarter.

***7th Grade-We will be reading Woods Runner  taking an AR test over this book when we are finished.  We will be working on usage grammar this quarter.

Homework:

**VOCAB TEST-No vocab test this week.

***Be sure to ask your child what career they picked! We have begun our career research project. Students have their packet. You are more than welcome to look at, but please make sure they bring it to class each day!

***ISTEP will begin next week***

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