5th Grade Reading

TEKs Update and Homework

Week of February 15-19th, 2016 -TEKS

No School on Monday, as it is President's Day!


Wednesday the 17th - Math Mock STARR

Thursday the 18th - Reading Mock STAAR


This week we will be reviewing STAAR test strategies in preparation for our Mock STAAR tests this week. At the end of the week, we will be working on writing a persuasive text or letter.

Homework

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February 15-19th, 2016

Monday

No School

- Read for 20 min (30 min. for GT) and get parent signature in planner


Tuesday

No Homework or GT project


Wednesday

No Homework or GT project


Thursday

No Homework or GT project


Fri/Sat/Sun

- Read for 20 min (30 for GT) and get a parent signature for each day in planner

Homework = Tech Time

Reading teachers will continue the new reward system for doing homework! The Homework Punch Card will be handed out by reading teachers only. If all homework is correctly completed for each subject, then one punch will be earned per subject. These punches will be given on Fridays by core subject teachers. When 5 punches have been earned, the card can be exchanged for a FREE TECH "MONDAY" pass! That's right...electronics can be used on Mondays as a reward for being awesome students! :)

Up and Coming

Library

Purucker - Tuesday Feb. 16th


Mock STAAR TESTS

5th Math - Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

5th Reading - Thursday, February 18th, 2016


Name That Book Team

Meets: Mon, Wed, and Fri. from 7:45-8:20 am in the Library

Competition: Saturday April 16th 8:20 am at Parkview Intermediate School (near Bayshore Hospital)

Contact: Ms. Purucker or Mrs. Mills for questions


STAAR Tests

5th Math - Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

5th Reading - Wednesday, March 30th, 2016

5th Science - Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

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Cool Website of the Week

http://content3.jason.org/resource_content/content/digitallab/4859/misc_content/public/coaster.html


Roller Coaster Creator

This website allows people to combine their knowledge of science with curiosity and problem solving. Students will build their own roller coaster; adding loops, ups and downs, and even working with the cars on the tracks. Students will learn the value of potential energy and how that translates into kinetic energy, as well as the value of mass and velocity. The creator has you design the coaster, then actually runs the coaster through the track! Did it work or will you need to tweak it?!?


P.S. The Jason Project runs this website. This group uses scientific research about teaching science and turns that knowledge into cool things!