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Learning Activities May 18-22, 2020
Students will find the work listed below in Google Classroom. As a reminder, my blog address is: www.mrslokker.wordpress.com. Students can return here to review the assignment list, if necessary.
We will meet each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. in order to check-in with one another, discuss assignments, answer questions, and explore new learning. Look for an active link in your email box before the meeting to join!
This week, continue reading 20 minutes a day. Log your reading on our classroom digital reading log, found in Google Classroom. Remember, you can find plenty to read on Epic! if you are lacking books at home.
Complete the following assignments in order. If a video is embedded in the assignment, watch it before completing the assignment. When you’ve finished the final assignment, take the quiz. Be sure to click the purple ‘SEND’ button at the top of the assignment in order to turn it in!
Learning Target: I can make logical conclusions based on the evidence in the text. I can identify clues stated in the text to support my inference.
Complete the following assignments in order. When you’ve finished the final assignment, take the quiz. Be sure to click the purple ‘SEND’ button at the top of the assignment in order to turn it in!
Using text evidence: It’s important to use evidence from the text when answering questions or making a claim about the text. Watch the video, found in Google Classroom, in order to review how to use text evidence.
Google Classroom, Assignment One: Using Reasoning and Evidence
Google Classroom, Assignment Two: Using Reasoning and Evidence
Google Classroom, Assignment Three: Using Reasoning and Evidence
Google Classroom, Assignment Four: Using Reasoning and Evidence
Google Classroom, Assignment Five: Quiz
Learning Target: I can understand the literal meaning of figurative language in a text.
Google Classroom: Grammar Quizzes 1-3
Google Classroom: Figurative Language, be sure to watch the videos and review the anchor charts before beginning the assignment
Learning Target: I can use strategies to divide whole numbers. I can make and interpret line plots with fractional units.
Google Classroom: Long Division Assignment
Over the next few weeks, we’ll spend time reviewing important math skills we have learned in fifth grade. This week we are going to focus on dividing multi-digit whole numbers. We’ve looked at several strategies for dividing multi-digit whole numbers. Watch these two videos before completing the assignment to remind you of the partial quotients and long division strategies.
Google Classroom: Line Plot Assignment
Earlier this year, we worked on interpreting and making line plots. This week, spend some time reviewing line plots. Watch the videos about line plots before you begin the assignment.
Google Classroom: Spiral Review
Google Classroom: DEAL Problem of the Week, watch the tutorial before beginning this assignment
Google Classroom: Watch the video called How do bees make honey?. Be sure to watch the bonus at the end!
Google Classroom: Watch the video called Can you make lava?. Be sure to watch the bonus and vote at the end!
iXL Modules, linked in Google Classroom:
W.1 Choose customary units of distance
W.3 Choose customary units of mass
W.5 Choose customary units of volume
Google Classroom: Watch these Liberty’s Kids videos: New York, New York and Across the Delaware.
Social Studies 5th Grade iXL Modules, found on Google Classroom:
F.6 Middle colonies: founding and government
F.7 Middle colonies: economy and society
You’ll need to come back to the blog to visit these sites.
Practice your typing skills on typing.com or nitrotype.com.
Set up a FREE Prodigy account and practice your math skills while playing games: Prodigy
Check out this interactive website that helps you learn more about U.S. Government. Be sure to select your age level! Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government
Do you have a million questions without answers swirling around in your head? Find the answers here: DK Find Out!
Check out Crash Course Kids! Watch videos that help you explore a ton of different science topics!