Sunday, June 14, 2020

Friday, June 12, 2020

LAST DAY!

9:30 a.m. Class
Join by 9:25 a.m.
(Meeting ID: 7400183700)  pw  1700

Technology
  • Finish your E-Portfolio.  
  • Place your myth in Myth Slide Show
  • Place your myth logo in Logo Slideshow

Math
  • Plan to show your Math Project today!

Science
  • Drone footage - 64,000 turtles migrating

Language Arts
  • Commercial for your favorite book in Flipgrid.
  • Put Message for a Fourth Grader in E-Portfolio
  • Father’s Day Poem completed.  Turned in
  • Time for Kids
  •  Independent Reading ALL SUMMER for at least 30 minutes a day!  
Art - Place your Art in the Parthenon Slide Show
Today you will draw and create a piece of work similar to the Parthenon. When done with your creative piece, please load it into the Parthenon Slide Show!

Physical Education
All Together now!
KIDZ SHUFFLE TODAY - ALL OF US!


Thursday, June 11, 2020

Fifth Grade, Almost!    Day 4 of 5!

TODAY YOU WILL 
SHOW YOUR MATH PROJECT!

9:30 a.m. Class
Join by 9:25 a.m.
(Meeting ID: 7400183700)  pw  1700


Computer Lab  to be held today
G A M E S
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Meeting ID: 948-267-863
Password:  purple2020

Technology
  • Finish your E-Portfolio.  
  • Place your myth in Myth Slide Show
  • Place your myth logo in Logo Slideshow

Math
  • Plan to show your Math Project today!

Language Arts
  • Commercial for your favorite book in Flipgrid.
  • Put Message for a Fourth Grader in E-Portfolio
  • Father’s Day Poem completed.  Turned in
  • Time for Kids
  •  Independent Reading ALL SUMMER for at least 30 minutes a day!  

Art
Today you will draw and create a piece of work similar to the Parthenon. When done with your creative piece, please load it into the Parthenon Slide Show!

Physical Education
How’s your workout going?



Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Almost a Fifth Grader!     Day 3 of 5!

9:30 a.m. Class
Join by 9:25 a.m.
(Meeting ID: 7400183700)  pw  1700

Technology
  • Finish your E-Portfolio.  Turn in by 5:00
  • Place your myth in Myth Slide Show
  • Place your myth logo in Logo Slideshow

Math
  • Show your Math Project today!

Language Arts
  • Father’s Day Poem completed.  Turned in
  • Commercial for your favorite book in Flipgrid.
  • Time for Kids
  •  Independent Reading ALL SUMMER for at least 30 minutes a day!  
Art
Today you will draw and create a piece of work similar to the Parthenon. When done with your creative piece, please load it into the Parthenon Slide Show!

Time for Kids, Draw with Rosie and Drew:
Landscapes

Monday’s - Draw a spotted owl

Physical Education
How’s your workout going?


Keep Moving!  Write your activity below:


Tuesday, June 9, 2020

WE’RE CLOSE! Day 2 of 5!

9:30 a.m. Class for all Room 17 Students
We start on time!  Join by 9:25 a.m.
(Meeting ID: 7400183700)  pw  1700

Technology
  • Finish your E-Portfolio
  • Upload your myth into the Creative Myths Slideshow
  • Upload your myth logo into Logo Slideshow

Math
  • Khan Academy All Lessons from Module 7 due!
  • Math Project DUE!

Language Arts
  • Father’s Day Poem draft.  Finish by noon.
  • Commercial for your favorite book THIS YEAR.
  • Finish Fluency 15A.
  •  Independent Reading for at least 30 minutes.  


Art:  
Time for Kids, Draw with Rosie and Drew:
Landscapes

Monday’s - Draw a spotted owl

Physical Education
Kids Workout

Keep Moving!  Write your activity below:



Monday’s Math Challenge
Suppose the counting numbers 1 through 100 are written on paper.  What is the total number of 3s and 8s that will appear on the paper?

Answer
First, 3, 13, 23, 33, … = 10
Second, how many 3’s in the tens place.  
30, 31, 32, 33, 34, … = 10
That is ALL of the 3’s.
If we have all of the 3’s we know that the number of 8’s will be the same.  
8, 18, 28, 38 ….  = 10
80, 81, 82, 83, 84 = 10   

SO THE TOTAL = 20 + 20 = 40



Monday, June 8, 2020

WHAT?  ARE YOU KIDDING ME?  Last week of school?
WE MADE IT?  AHHHHHHHH ! 

ZOOM at 9:30
MUSIC at 10:30

9:30 a.m. Class for all Room 17 Students
We start on time!  Join by 9:25 a.m.
(Meeting ID: 7400183700)  pw  1700

10:30 a.m. Music Class with Ms. Tejada

Technology
  • Finish your E-Portfolio
  • Upload your myth into the Creative Myths Slideshow
  • Upload your myth logo into Logo Slideshow

Math
  • Khan Academy All Lessons from Module 7 due!
  • Finish Math Project and turn in!

Language Arts
  • Father’s Day Brainstorm
  • Newsela.com   J.K. Rowling Book is Free!
  • Fluency 15A found in May Independent Learning
  •  Independent Reading for at least 25 minutes.  



Mystery Science-Why is Mars Red?

Art:  Draw a spotted owl

Physical Education
9 Minute Exercise for Kids https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oc4QS2USKmk 

Kidz Bop Best Day of My Life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNog54ovi8Q

Keep Moving!  Write your activity below:



Monday’s Math Challenge
Suppose the counting numbers 1 through 100 are written on paper.  What is the total number of 3s and 8s that will appear on the paper?

Explain here



FRIDAY’S CHALLENGE
Question:  A restaurant has a total of 30 tables which are of two types.  The first type seats two people at each table; the second type seats 5 people at each table.  A total of 81 people are seated when all seats are occupied. How many table for two are there?
Answer:  Suppose just 2 people were seated at each of the 30 tables.  Then a total of 60 people would be seated.  Since the seating capacity is 81, there would be 21 vacant seats.  Each of the tables for 5 people has 3 vacant seats.  There must be 7 tables that seat 5 people.  Thus, there must be 23 tables that seat 2 people.