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fifth grade

 

Online schooling

Each Monday, during online learning, you and your child will receive an email from me. This email will have the expectations for the week. 

 

There will be three academic learning focuses on each day. 

 

 

 

Your child will go to our Google Classroom to complete the assignments for that day. Daily assignments will be posted at 8:00 am Monday- Thursday. (In case we have some early birds that are still waking up at regular school time) There is a suggested schedule to help provide structure but a student may work on assignments on their own time as long as they are done by the end of the day. Grades for assignments will be posted on Friday on Infinite Campus. 

Suggested Schedule 

  • 9:00-9:45-CKLA 

  • 9:45-10:00-Get up  and stretch 

  • 10:00-10:45-Math 

  • 10:45-11:30- Enrichment 

    • check out an enrichment teachers website​ or select a creative activity to do

  • 11:30-12:30- Lunch & Recess

  • 12:30-1:00- Science/S.S.

  • 1:00-1:30- Mindful Moment  

    • 1 official 7 mindset lesson completed by the end of the week ​

    • on-demand fitness classes, journaling, painting, cooking, dancing, reading 

-Thursday-

Quote of the day: "Going through things you never thought you'd go through will only take you to places you never thought you'd get to!" - Morgan Harper Nichols 

Happy Thursday, fifth grade! Please know that Ms. Murphy, Mrs. McCasky, Ms. Wietharn and Ms. Parrott are thinking of and miss you! We hope you are enjoying time and learning with your families! 

 

Today you have various academic expectations from us ... 

1) Read. Maybe that looks like reading the label on your cereal box in the morning, turning on the subtitles when you watch a favorite TV show or finding a comfy spot to continue reading your most recent favorite book. Perhaps you read the recipe for dinner tonight or read to a sibling or pet. Just make sure you are actively reading throughout your day. 

 

2) Log in to your IXL account and spend at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade reading and at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade math. We have starred lessons for you to complete first. If you finish those practice problems, the possibilities are endless. Just remember, you are a 5th grader and should be practicing 5th grade content during this time. 

 

3) Enrich your knowledge and stay curious. Maybe you decide to create a Genius Hour/Passion Project during this time, brush up on your dancing skills or learn something new. It is up to you to make the most of this time by following the teacher-directed daily plan while also expanding your knowledge through independent study.

 

Academic Starred Lessons on IXL for Thursday 3/19: 

Math-

  • Scaling Whole Numbers by Fractions

  • Scaling Fractions by Fractions

Language Arts-

  • Which Sentence is More Formal?

  • Identify an Author’s Statement of Opinion

 

-Wednesday-

Quote of the day: "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world."-Harriet Tubman

Good morning to all of our amazing fifth graders. We are so proud of the work you have all been doing so far! Have an amazing Wednesday and try to get outside and enjoy the sunny weather! :)

Today you have several academic expectations from us ... 

1) Read. Maybe that looks like reading the label on your cereal box in the morning, turning on the subtitles when you watch a favorite TV show or finding a comfy spot to continue reading your most recent favorite book. Perhaps you read the recipe for dinner tonight or read to a sibling or pet. Just make sure you are actively reading throughout your day. 

 

2) Log in to your IXL account and spend at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade reading and at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade math. We have starred lessons for you to complete first. If you finish those practice problems, the possibilities are endless. Just remember, you are a 5th grader and should be practicing 5th grade content during this time. 

 

3) Enrich your knowledge and stay curious. Maybe you decide to create a Genius Hour/Passion Project during this time, brush up on your dancing skills or learn something new. It is up to you to make the most of this time by following the teacher-directed daily plan while also expanding your knowledge through independent study.

 

Academic Starred Lessons on IXL for Wednesday 3/18: 

  • Language Arts: Identify the Purpose of a Text, Distinguish Facts from Opinions

  • Math: Multiply a Mixed Number by a Fraction, Multiply Two Mixed Numbers

 

 

-Tuesday-

Quote of the day: "May the dreams you hold dearest, be those which come true. And the kindness you spread, keep returning to you."

Top of the morning to our favorite 5th graders, we hope you are having a totally awesome Tuesday morning so far! Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 

 

Today you have various academic expectations from us ... 

To start off, below is the link to a fun St. Patrick's Day “read aloud." Please listen and know that I really wish I was reading it to you all, in our classroom this morning :)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLlwvu8hsrA

 

*If you would like to get extra creative today, type out a St. Patrick’s day story of your choice and send it to your teacher, we will add an additional 2 points to your total for our competition with 5th grade!

1) Read. Maybe that looks like reading the label on your cereal box in the morning, turning on the subtitles when you watch a favorite TV show or finding a comfy spot to continue reading your most recent favorite book. Perhaps you read the recipe for dinner tonight or read to a sibling or pet. Just make sure you are actively reading throughout your day. 

 

2) Log in to your IXL account and spend at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade reading and at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade math. We have starred lessons for you to complete first. If you finish those practice problems, the possibilities are endless. Just remember, you are a 5th grader and should be practicing 5th grade content during this time. 

 

3) Enrich your knowledge and stay curious. Maybe you decide to create a Genius Hour/Passion Project during this time, brush up on your dancing skills or learn something new. It is up to you to make the most of this time by following the teacher-directed daily plan while also expanding your knowledge through independent study.

 

Academic Starred Lessons on IXL for Tuesday 3/17: 

  • Language Arts: Determine the Main Idea of a Passage, Choose the Best Concluding Sentence

  • Math: Understand Fraction Multiplication and Area, Multiply Fractions To Find Area

 

-Monday-

Quote of the day: "A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle." James Keller #Live-To-Give

Hello fifth graders! We are so happy you're here. Please continue reading for your Monday classwork. 


 

Today you have several academic expectations from us ... 

 

1) Read. Maybe that looks like reading the label on your cereal box in the morning, turning on the subtitles when you watch a favorite TV show or finding a comfy spot to continue reading your most recent favorite book. Perhaps you read the recipe for dinner tonight or read to a sibling.  Just make sure you are actively reading throughout your day. 

 

2) Log in to your IXL account and spend at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade reading and at least 30 minutes practicing 5th grade math. We have starred lessons for you to complete first. If you finish those practice problems, the possibilities are endless. Just remember, you are a 5th grader and should be practicing 5th grade content during this time. 

 

3) Enrich your knowledge and stay curious. Maybe you decide to create a Genius Hour/Passion Project during this time, brush up on your dancing skills or learn something new. It is up to you to make the most of this time by following the teacher-directed daily plan while also expanding your knowledge through independent study.

Monday

  • CKLA

  • Math

  • 7 Mindsets

Tuesday

  • CKLA

  • Math

  • S.S.

Wednesday

  • CKLA

  • Math

  • Science

Thursday

  • CKLA

  • Math

  • S.S.

Friday

  • Zoom

(class meetings, check-ins, small groups)

Academic Starred Lessons on IXL for Monday 3/16: 

  • Language Arts: Use Key Details to Determine the Main Idea, Choose the Best Topic Sentence

  • Math: Multiply Two Fractions, Multiply Two Fractions: Word Problems 

Helpful INfo

IXL Guide: 

  • https://www.ixl.com/ 

  • format of login 

    • username: first six letters of your last name, first six letters of first name, day of birthday @aspenridge                       

    • password: arps(student ID) 

    • example ​murphyshanno20@aspenridge    arps123456

    • once your child has logged on...​

      • select Learning tab​

      • select Recommendations 

        • near the top right of the Recommendations wall you will see a gold start that says "# skills suggested by your teacher."

Additional links for enrichment opportunities:

 
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Tel: (720) 242-6225

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