# BSI 5th Grade March 23-27

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## A Message from your principal, Mrs. Sanchez

Dear BSI Students & Parents,

This Smore was created as a resource to maintain and extend student learning while school is not in session. Paper packets will also be available to students without internet access. Work shared online will be monitored by teachers and paper assignments will be need to be submitted every Friday during the announced times. Student progress will be determined based on work completed weekly. If students have questions, they should be in contact with their teachers via email.

Students, please remember that at BSI, "We Inspire. I Inspire. Inspire someone Today." What I need from you is to continue to inspire us and do your very best on these online or packet lessons.

Be safe and we hope to see you very soon!

## Math Lessons- Davis, Adlesperger, and Klug

Monday- March 23, 2020 (Day 1)

Click on the link below to read an article on “Listening to Whales Near New York” from Scholastics

After reading the article solve the problems at the end of the article on a piece of notebook paper. Take a picture of your work and submit to your teachers Remind101 or their email.

There is also a graphing game at bottom that you can do for practice.

Tuesday-

5th Grade Math, Tuesday, March 24, 2020 (Day 2)

Click on the video link below to watch a video for an example of adding and subtracting decimals.

Once you have watched the video, click on the attached worksheet below.

You may print this worksheet off or work the problems out on a sheet of notebook paper.

When finished take a picture and send it to your teacher through their remind or email (links below).

Wednesday-

5th Grade Math, Wednesday, March 25, 2020 (Day 3)

Click on the video link below to watch a video for Perimeter and Area for example.

Click on the new assignment open for you titled “Perimeter Detective” for Perimeter practice. Once completed with that lesson click on the assignment titled “Area: Squares and Rectangles”.

Thursday-

5th Grade Math, Thursday, March 26, 2020 (Day 4)

Click on the video link below to watch a video for an example of volume.

Once you have watched the video. Go out to Clever website account and log into your Mathletics account. Click on the new opened assignment titled “Volume: Cube” and complete. Once completed with that assignment click on the next assignment titled “Volume: Rectangular Prism”.

Friday-

5th Grade Math, Friday, March 27, 2020 (Day 5)

Go to Clever website and log into your ExactPath account. You can pick the different lessons that you would like to do. You are to spend at least 30 minutes on your ExactPath today. We will be checking to see if do.

## Math Teacher Emails

Davis Locke, Devon <ddavislocke@bsisd.esc18.net>;

Klug, Kimberly <kklug@bsisd.esc18.net>

If you are having trouble logging in to HMH please watch this video.

(lunchnumber)@bsisd.esc18.net

Monday:

We are starting Module 3: Natural Disasters located in HMH.

-Students will need to answer the essential question “How can learning about natural disasters make us safer?” by using the “Notes” icon. The “Notes” icon is located at the upper right hand corner of the screen, it looks like a post-it note and pencil. On that same page, students will need to watch the video (don’t worry, it’s only 3 minutes and 46 seconds) and adjust their answer to the essential question if needed.

-After reading the “Words about Natural Disasters” page, students will need to create a Knowledge Map on a sheet of notebook paper. There is an example in their reading.

Tuesday:

Prepare to Read: Eruption! Volcanoes and Science of Saving Lives

-Complete “Notice and Note Numbers and Statistics” Reading Page and Question. Write answer with complete sentences.

-Read “Eruption! Volcanoes and Science of Saving Lives” paragraphs 1-27. Annotate using the “Notes” icon.

Wednesday:

Continue Reading “Eruption! Volcanoes and Science of Saving Lives”

-Start reading the section titled “Looking for Lumps” through the end of the story. Be sure to annotate using the “Notes” Icon.

-Answer questions 1-3 at the end of the text (this is located on the page right after the story). Be sure to write your answers with complete sentences.

Thursday:

Write a News Report

-Use complete sentences to complete this assignment. This assignment is located after the questions page you completed on Wednesday.

Friday:

Prepare to View: Between the Glacier and the Sea: The Alaska Earthquake

-Complete “Notice and Note Numbers and Statistics” Reading Page and Question. Write answer with complete sentences.

-Watch the video (2 minutes 44 seconds) and complete the two questions that go along with it. Be sure to write complete sentences.

-Complete the Collaborative Discussion. There are three questions in this discussion and they need to be answered with complete sentences.

-We will NOT be completing the “Write a Video Promotion” assignment.

Reagan, Karen <kreagan@bsisd.esc18.net>;

Gomez, Melissa G. <mggomez@bsisd.esc18.net>

## Science- Fancher, Flores, and Rodriguez

Monday-

Click on the link to conduct a density lab with Mrs. Flores.

After watching the video, please submit a picture of your assignment to your teacher's Remind 101 or email. (Emails can be found below)

Tuesday-

Click on the document below labeled 5th Science-Tuesday, March 24th doc. Select Microsoft Word to open the document. Record your answers on a sheet of paper and take a picture of your answers to email them to your Science teacher. If you prefer you may copy and paste the questions and type the answers in an email to your teacher. You may also submit to your teacher's Remind 101.

Wednesday-

Thursday-

Click on the document below labeled 5th Grade Science- Thursday, March 26th doc. Select Microsoft Word to open the document. This is all force vocabulary. You should be familiar with all of these words. You will need to write a sentence for each vocabulary word. Write your sentences on a sheet of paper and take a picture of them then email them to your Science teacher. If you prefer to type the sentences you may do so. You may also submit to your teacher's Remind 101. Please put your first and last name. If you have the materials, please make flash cards. They can be on any type of paper or anything. One side put the word and on the other put the definition. You can do this with any of the vocab words as well.

Friday-

Use the link above (highlight link, right click, then click open hyperlink) to create different circuits. Your supplies for this virtual lab are on the left side. You also have a conductors and insulators to use with your circuit. Use the arrows to get more supplies. Get creative. Remember if it’s closed it flows, if it’s opened its broken.

Remember you need 3 things to make a circuit work:

Wires, power source (battery), and an object to turn on and off

BUT, you can add other things such as insulators and conductors, or even a switch.

After you have done this several times. Draw an open and closed circuit. Labeling all parts of the circuit.

Take a picture of your illustrations and send to your teacher's Remind 101 or email. (Emails are listed below)

## Science Teacher Emails/Remind101

Monday, March 23rd-March 26th

How to get to Weekly Reader 23

Students will login to their Clever accounts. They can be found on the BSISD website under “Parent and Student Resources”.

After logging into their Clever account, they will then click on the red “Studies Weekly” icon.

They will click on “USA Studies Weekly 1565 to Present”.

It will give you an option to select your teacher. You will select your Social Studies teacher. If you have had a schedule change to a different teacher and they are not available just select the Social Studies teacher you had before.

Scroll down and click on Week 23- Continue reading

It will take you to a page where you can read through the Weekly reader. We can follow along and see if the student has been highlighting and doing the activities.

Tuesday, March 23rd:

Read “The United States Rises to a World Power”

“Immunization Week Takes a Shot at Saving Lives”

“Boom to Bust: The Roaring ‘20s to the Great Depression”

Student needs to highlight important words and sentences. To highlight, right click and drag the mouse over the word or sentence you are wanting to highlight.

Wednesday, March 24th:

“Why is Veterans’ Day celebrated in the United States”

“Migrant Farm Workers in the Great Depression”

Students need to highlight important words and sentences

Thursday, March 25th:

Play Crossword Game- The words can be typed in. Clues for the words are below the crossword.

Friday, March 26th:

Play “Mispilled” game. Drag the misspelled words to the left and the correctly spelled words to the right.

Take Test over Weekly Reader 23

## Social Studies Teacher Emails

Kennedy, Connie R. <ckennedy@bsisd.esc18.net>;