Try the link for the standards and information about the project. Students have this information, but may benefit from parents checking to see that they have met all the requirements
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Trying one more time to get the word out about checking the class blog… I handed out user names and passwords today so that students could access text books and other helpful links from home. I cannot post from school most of the time because the school filters are difficult to get past.
Science report; Students will write report about the sun, moon, earth system. They have the paper that describes the standards that they must discuss. They can do a project to go along with the report, but will be graded on the writing. Projects can include a model, slide show, science board, drawings and diagrams, or whatever compliments the report.
Please let me know if this page is helpful
Happy Veterans Day! I hope everyone is having a great day with their families
I have not been keeping up with this page, sorry. Because I am unable to access the admin portion of the page from school, I must post from home. This has been challenging lately! Now that things have settled a bit, I am going to try to keep up with things.
Please click the links to the right and check out some of the great pages available for practice, studying and playing around. I am still waiting for log on passwords for several students, but the majority have user names and passwords for all of the textbook sites and IXL.
As always, email me if you have any questions or concerns. I would love to work with you to make 6th grade an amazing experience
Finish the Science World “text evidence’ paper…
Sorry this is late! It has been a very long day :)
Summers math; GCF/LCM worksheet
Halpin math; sorry, I hope you have it in your planner
Reading; Science World, Read “Animal Tracker”
Science; Summary and review worksheet, due Thursday. If you didn’t read pages 4-9, get r done
Make up work; If you forgot about the English assignment last week, you still need to get that done. ALSO, some of you did not finish the 3 questions from reading today… Complete sentences, correct spelling, punctuation, grammar. I mean it. Do it right or do it over… (class motto)
Yes, weekend homework… but don’t worry, it’s just some reading to get ready for next week :)
Reading; Hatchet, chapter 4. We will work on the summary on Monday.
Science; Astronomy, Chapter 1, lesson 1. ‘What can you See in the Sky?’ pages 4-9. You don’t have to answer the questions, but be ready to do that on Monday.
Halpin math; page 13-14, sorry I don’t remember the numbers… when in doubt, do them all! :)
Summers math; no homework
Science; Vocab words, page 5
Halpin math; page 11 9-16
Summers math; No HW :) Quiz on GCF tomorrow
Science; Look UP! See what you see. Find the moon (try in the morning)
Reading; Read pages 2-7 in your Science World
English; page 73? (sorry, it’s the lesson on kinds of sentences) 1-12. ***13-18*** IF you can!
Science; Fill out the calendar for September. The first Monday in the month was the first. Then, tomorrow morning, go outside and try to find the moon. Draw what it looks like. Note the time of day and where the moon is in the sky. ALSO, if you had notes to rewrite or to catch up on, take care of that for Thursday.
Tomorrow is Patriot Day in honor of the men and women whose lives were forever changed by the events of September 11. Please wear red, white and blue in remembrance.