For the week of 5/21

Monday: Wear your favorite sport team/University 

Tuesday:  Beach day/towels and Read-a-thon/fun books

Wednesday:  Miss matched crazy hair day and Electronic games

Thursday:  Pajama day and Board/card games

Friday:  WCES/Puma spirit day and Movie

Mrs. Barcelona- For the Week of 5/14

Math- 4th:  Lessons 2: Create conversion tables for length, weight, and capacity units using measurement tools, and use the tables to solve problems.

Lesson 3: Create conversion tables for units of time, and use the tables to solve problems.

Lesson 4: Solve multiplicative comparison word problems using measurement conversion tables.

Lesson 5: Share and critique peer strategies.

Lesson 6: Solve problems involving mixed units of capacity.

5th:  Lesson 7: Plot points, use them to draw lines in the plane, and describe patterns within the coordinate pairs.

Lesson 8: Generate a number pattern from a given rule, and plot the points.

Lesson 9: Generate two number patterns from given rules, plot the points, and analyze the patterns.

Lesson 10: Compare the lines and patterns generated by addition rules and multiplication rules.

Lesson 11: Analyze number patterns created from mixed operations.

Science:  Human Growth and Development, What is Motion?, What is Speed?, Lesson 1 and 2 Quiz, Chapter Review and Test

HW:  Earth and Life Science Packets due 5/16.

Reminders:  5/14 PE District Final, 5/15 Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast, 5/16 Music District Final, 5/17 Muffins with Moms, 5/18 Gifted Parent Coffee Talk, 5/18 Science End of Course Exam, 5/18 Ember Drive In, 5/22 Barnes and Noble Night 6-8pm

Kudos:  Mad Minute Division Masters- Vaishnavi and Camden!!  Top Zearners- Nyomi, Tiffany, and Wyatt!!

Mrs. Kirkwood- For the week of 5/14

Language: Greek and Latin Suffixes, Transitional Words and Phrases, Formal and Informal English

Reading: Summarize details/events in a narrative and determine theme

Writing: Write narratives to develop characters, descriptive details and clear events sequences

Homework:  *Independent Reading- at least 120-150 minutes a week (Friday after school until Friday morning of the next week).  Record reading in the Social Studies section of their planner.  Please include title, time spent reading and pages read.  Students should ask their parents to sign their planner on Thursday evening or Friday morning for teachers to review on Friday. Please include total minutes read by parent signature.  Students are encouraged to work on their IRLA goal during this time. 

Mrs. Barcelona- For the week of 5/7

Math- 4th:  Lesson 15: Classify quadrilaterals based on parallel and perpendicular lines and the presence or absence of angles of a specified size.

Lesson 16: Reason about attributes to construct quadrilaterals on square or triangular grid paper.

End-of-Module Assessment

Lessons 1–2: Create conversion tables for length, weight, and capacity units using measurement tools, and use the tables to solve problems.

 

5th:  Lesson 1: Construct a coordinate system on a line.

Lesson 2: Construct a coordinate system on a plane.

Lessons 3–4: Name points using coordinate pairs, and use the coordinate pairs to plot points.

Lessons 5: Investigate patterns in vertical and horizontal lines, and interpret points on the plane as distances from the axes.

Science:  Human Growth and Development, What is Motion?, What is Speed? Lesson 1 and 2 Quiz, Chapter Review and Test

Reminders:  5/7-5/11  Teacher Appreciation Week, 5/8 Musical 6:30pm, 5/10 All media center items due, 5/11 All Pro Dads, 5/18 Gifted Parent Coffee Talk 9:30am, 5/18 Ember Night

Kudos: Mad Minute Division Master- Collin!!  Top Zearners- Devyn and Tiffany!!

Mrs. Kirkwood- For the week of May 7th

Language:  Greek Roots, Coordinating Conjunctions, Choose words and phrases precisely

Reading: Explain events, ideas, or concepts in a historical text, including what happens and why, Determine the meaning of academic words in a text 

Writing: Write narratives to develop characters, descriptive details and clear event sequences

Social Studies: Ch 7 Florida History Civil War-Today

 Homework:  *Independent Reading- at least 120-150 minutes a week (Friday after school until Friday morning of the next week).  Record reading in the Social Studies section of their planner.  Please include title, time spent reading and pages read.  Students should ask their parents to sign their planner on Thursday evening or Friday morning for teachers to review on Friday. Please include total minutes read by parent signature.  Students are encouraged to work on their IRLA goal during this time.  Students will earn 1 step for every 15 minutes read.