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6th Grade Classroom
The transformation was needed for students to completely understand the work level that they should be able to perform by this time in the year. This is a great group of kids, but as a whole, they need to use their time wisely in class in order to accomplish more learning. Most students did not get their reading done in the past month, so at this point many students may have a low score on the Report Card. I have attached a Pleasure Reading Chart that the students are to complete for the books they read. Each student is aware of their personal goals. I have taught then how to create data tables and they did a great job of creating seven Charts which are located in their Sheets / Google Account. We are going to continue one more week as a 6th grade classroom as this week was cut short due to snow days.
At the end of class today, many students forgot work assignments and the Monday folders (which are overloaded with papers and notes). I sent out a Remind text with a short note so not to miss any parents.
In Google Classrooms, I have attached many of the forms that your child might need.
Linus Project - Kindness Counts
We are going to be making Quilt Squares for Project Linus. Project Linus is a 100% volunteer non-profit organization that distributes homemade blankets to children. Just as Charles Schulz’s Linus character from the PEANUTS® comic strip was comforted by his blanket, Project Linus strives to do the same for children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need. To learn more about the organization, go to https://www.projectlinus.org.
ELA - Grammar Skills
Social Studies and Science
Bowling Field Trip
Tuesday, Jan. 26th, 9:15-11:45am
2226 Hill Road
Grand Blanc, MI
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