Mrs. Haralson's Class News

March 23-27

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Upcoming Events

March 20

PTSO Family Dance (father/daughter - 6pm, mother/son - 7pm)

PreK Lottery Drawing 1:00 pm


March 23

March Math Attack - geometry (pick up at 3:30)

Madras 6th grade orientation @ 7pm

Spring Art Show 4:30-6:30 in gym


March 26

March Math Attack - geometry (pick up at 3:30)


March 30

March Math Attack - measurement (pick up at 3:30)


March 31

School Council 8:15 am in Media Center

Chick Fil A Spirit Night 5:00-8:00 pm

Countywide Elementary Track Meet


April 2

March Math Attack - measurement (pick up at 3:30)


April 6-10

Spring Break

Reminders & Important Info


  • This past week students took Mock Milestones assessments. We are using this data to create our March Focus lessons. During this time students will rotate with flexed groups of kids (rather than with their homerooms) and review information from throughout the school year while continuing to perfect their written responses. During this time we encourage you to help them review concepts at home, and build their confidence. They are more than prepared, and we cannot wait to see them shine over the next few weeks!


  • Reviewing our daily morning work each evening and using IXL and Frontrow for extra practice on skills that your child has not quite mastered are all GREAT ways to help your child prepare for upcoming testing! Students are working hard at school and home to practice what they have learned and I know they will keep it up these last few weeks and end the year with a bang! J



Don't forget about March Math Attack! We are down to our final 2 weeks. Hope to see you there! :)


The tutoring schedule is as follows:


March 23 & 26 - Geometry

March 30 & April 2 - Measurement

Week-at-a-Glance

Reading:

Comparing and contrasting text. Using evidence based terms in responses.


Language/Writing

Writing process: planning, drafting, and revisions. Responding to persuasive prompts.


Math - Geometry & Measurement

Continue customary and metric conversions (5.Md.1)


Make a line plot to display a data set of measurements in fractions of a unit, and use operations on fractions to solve problems involving the information presented on the line plot. (5.MD.2)


Answer real world problems, form ordered pairs from a function table, and graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane (5.OA.3, 5.G.1,2)


Social Studies : Civil Rights


Science: Earth Science (weathering, erosion, deposition)

Spelling list


1. don’t

2. won’t

3. wouldn’t

4. we’re

5. shouldn’t

6. couldn’t

7. they’re

8. haven’t

9. when’s

10. it’s

Things to Study

Students should be studying their spelling words and reviewing class notes & IXL throughout the week to help review what was taught in class. It is important to practice skills taught in class, especially in math, in order to fully master the content



Ideas for ways to study: study notes from class, review math and reading journals, IXL, frontrow, flipped videos and assignments on Edmodo, and view any games or activities in the “extra practice” folder on Edmodo.

IXL Skills

Review Skills:

Multiplication & Division - all

Mixed Operation Word Problems P.2

Order of Operations – Q.1

Exponents – Q.12 & Q.13

Algebra – Q.3, Q.4, Q.7, Q.11

All skills involving decimals

Fractions: L.1 - L.12

Add and Subtract Fractions

Multiply Fractions

Divide Fractions

Fraction word problems ** Great skill to review each week! (P.6)

Area & Perimeter (under "geometry")

Scaling - N.17-19

Geometry - B.1-7

Volume B.24-27


Current Skills

Metric Conversions W.7-12

Customary Conversions W.1-6 & 13-16