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End of the Year Activities

Attached is a note going home this week which describes the end of the year activities, such as Camp Copneconic. Mark your calendars!

Yearbook Sales

Attached is a copy of the Yearbook Sale Form. The deadline to order is March 31st. You can send in a check or order online at the following website.

ONLINE - Go to www.schoolpictures.com


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-zrHURiswiBamw0RFZzMkVnMHc/view?usp=sharing

Math

Dividing Decimals is the Focus of our work. Please have your child work on Moby Max - Math three times a week for 30 minutes to practice the Math Learning from the beginning of the school year.

Thank you!

Think Central

This is the online component to our Math Expressions book.

BrainPOP

BrainPOP Videos are a short and sweet way to refresh or to review Math curriculum and Social Studies curriculum.

BrainPOP

When your child logs into BrainPOP, the login is student bre. Their ordinal number goes between the t and the b. For example, the third student in class would use the login student3bre. The students' password is the student ID number.

Social Studies

Our Chapter 5 SS Test will be March 2nd. We will have learned about the Europeans Setting North America. We are learning and using the a study skills system affectionately know as A-H. Attached are the samples of the classwork we have completed together.
ScienceSaurus Online Text

Here is an Online Text link to the ScienceSaurus.

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