What’s Coming Up – Week of September 30-October 4, 2019

Hey parents! Check out what’s happening in our classroom!

Math:

  • We are wrapping up our first unit involving addition and subtraction of fractions with a test next week. 
  • As this unit unfolds, a focus will be to master our multiplication and division math facts. Please practice these at home daily!
  • Check out the Subject Areas: Math page on the blog! It helpful videos and practice links for unit 1! MobyMax is also a great option for extra practice!

ELA:

  • We’re working on strategies that help us bring our stories to life and continuing to write our narrative pieces.
  • Students should be reading for 20 minutes each night and filling out the reading log.

Science: 

  • We’ll begin discussing collaborative work practices and scientific understanding prior to our first unit.

Social Studies:

  • We’ll be moving on to our second unit, Three Worlds Meet. 

Important Reminders:

  • Walk-a-thon on September 27th!
    • Fifth grade will walk from 10:45-11:30
  • Culver’s Night Fundraiser..Monday, October 7
  • Halloween Party-More info to come next week!

Turkey TrotSee message below from Mrs. VanKoevering

Hello everyone,

I am hoping you can add this to your blogs this week.  We are trying to get Georgetown kiddos to sign up online for turkey trot and promote this through blogs and emails (so no paper copies going home).   So if you could copy and paste this into your blog that would be super helpful.  

Turkey Trot 2019 Registration is now open!   Deadline to Register is October 9, 2019.

Use THIS LINK TO REGISTER  and click on the PE BLOG LINK to learn more about the Turkey Trot Race.

Picture This…Our Class at Work!

We worked with partners to practice Adding & Subtracting Mixed Numbers with unlike denominators!

We rolled dice to make it a bit more fun, and even incorporated rock, paper, scissors into our practice!

For helpful links to help study at home before our test, check out the Subject Areas: Math page on the blog! It helpful videos and practice links! MobyMax is also a great option for extra practice also!

In Reader’s Workshop, we took stock of the work we had been doing as readers and celebrated how far we’ve come!

In Social Studies, we reinforced our learning about Federalism with a “Power Sort” game where students needed to work together to sort powers and actions into the different levels of government!