5th & 6th Grade Class

There is a lot going on until the end of the year Keep these dates in mind.

May 12 JGS UA Show.  Come view amazing art work at 5:30 and watch the concert at 6:00!

May 14- 5th and 6th graders will visit the MWV Science Fair to view Middle School science fair projects from all over the valley.

May 15 (Rain Date May 22) 5th/6th grade District Track Meet.  Mrs. Porter will be sending a permission slip with info about this fun day.  Remember to wear your yellow Health Fair T-shirt. 

May 21-  Parent Meeting with JBES Middle School Staff at 3:30 (6th grade parents only)

May 29- 6th graders to Camp Huckins for Bonding day with JBES 6th graders

June 15 and 16- Project Block Days- More information on this will come your way.  We are looking to spend a couple of afternoons outside completing "Outdoor Classroom" projects.  Look for more information on this to come.

June 17-Field Day at Glen Ellis Campground

June 19-  1:00 Sixth Grade "Graduation" celebration.

June 22 6th Graders go to "Step- Up/Advisory Day" at Bartlett.

June 23 Last Day for Students (1/2 day)




French Language practice:   www.bbc.co.uk/school/primarylanguage/french

Or Apple users, search for mind snack french in the Apple store for a free app.

Math:
   
    Everyday Math Online Resources for Parents & Students:
    Log on here for video lessons and help with math algorithms.
            Click here to access this free resource.    


   
Sumdog:  Play math games online for practice.  Students are assigned a username and password and I receive updates on their progress and identified areas for practice.

Log on to SumDog, click here

Remember the school code is jgs56

    Khan Academy:  Stay current with your skills, but for refreshers or to learn new concepts, check out Khan Academy.  Video lessons help students learn the information.
                    Click here to access the website.     
                       www.mathisfun.com is a great website for kids to access for skills practice and games.
   
Here are some other thoughts
Playing games is great for all families:  Some ideas that teach math skills are Chess, Checkers, Uno,Yahtzee, Farkle, Backgammon or Cribbage or try board games that teach decision making skills like Stratego, or Risk.  Crossword puzzles, word searches and games like Scrabble or Boggle are helpful with spelling skills,  Playing any games teach many skills and provide valuable opportunities for families to enjoy each other's company.  HAVE FUN!!




Access to Google Docs, click here

 

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