Fall Break Challenge Click to link to challenge

    • Whooo's Reading
        • Sign in: firstlastname Password: firstname221
    • Greg Tang Math (links on side bar)
    • Play Yahtzee with your family using dice
    • Lexia
    • Read a Book (20 minutes)
  • For each activity fill out an egg! Have a parent sign. Each egg is worth a prize or $5. Have fun!

Mrs. Farmer


Parents-Please help your child reach their Lexia reading goal each week.

1. Encourage your child sign on to Lexia reading.

2. If their goal is 80 minutes- that means they have a 1-30% chance of meeting benchmark at the end of the year based on their Lexia performance.

3. We just went to a training on Friday and they stressed how important it is for students meet their Lexia goal each week.

Click here for more information

On-Line Sites:

EBLS Student Mission Statement

Our mission is to be respectful leaders and learners. We will be proactive and work hard to be the best we can be.

We had an amazing time at Teton Science School. Our class was very well behaved, showed kindness, and leadership. I was so impressed with your children and their grit as they hiked 5-8 miles, worked in the cold, and were able to sit in the snow covered sage brush without talking for 20 minutes. (elk bugling)

10/15-10/17

Tuesday-Picture Retakes

Wednesday-Early out (Fall Break)

Math- Order of Operations, Algebraic Expressions, Unit 1 Assessment

Science-Glaciers & Icebergs

    • Erosion, deposition, weathering Grand Canyon

Language Arts Focus

  • Writing-Figurative Language
  • Whooo's Reading
  • Begin narratives
  • Lexia
  • 7 Habits-Leadership Notebooks
    • Mission Statements

Edith Bowen Home Page with Teton Information:


Teton Parent Link School Site-Pictures

Arrive and Return information

Teton Daily Schedule

Links to Teton Photos

Teton Day #1

Day #2

Day #3

Day #4


Teton Science

DAY #1

Day #2

10/1-10/5

Parents-I need your help!!!

This week your child will be setting goals that will help them be successful this next year.

Please support your child's Lexia and Math Facts. The majority of the students passed Lexia last year or are very close to finishing. If your child is not on 4th grade level, the only way they will pass off 5th grade Lexia is by doing lessons at home (40 minutes per week-or more).

If your child hasn't passed off math facts it is important that practicing is happening at home. The students who are fluent with math facts have advantages They are learning higher thinking concepts and getting their classwork finished during class time. Math LInks

Thanks,

Mrs. Farmer

This week:

Math- Order of Operations, Algebraic Expressions, Division

Science-The Earth's Glaciers & Icebergs

    • Review Mountains & volcanoes

Lots and lots of science!!!

Language Arts

  • Word Work-Teton Vocabulary
  • Writing-Figurative Language/Science Journals
  • Begin narratives
  • 7 Habits-Leadership Notebooks
  • Reading-Summarize

9/24-9/28

This week in 5th Grade:

We are getting ready for the Teton Science School

      • 10/1-10/5

Class Mission Statement

      • plication using different strategies
      • 7 Habits-Begin With the End in Mind
      • Science-Inside the earth dance & art (Mrs. Reina)
      • Writing-Finish animal reports & begin narratives
      • Word Work-Teton Words
      • Social Studies-Building Jamestown
    • Book Orders due Wednesday!

Activation Code: GYPGG


Little Blue Luncheon

Friday Parent Form-

Please remember that on Friday the Student Progress form that your child takes home is an update for you and an accountability record for them. Are they reading, getting their assignments finished during class, and filling out their homework logs? There are times I understand that your child has done their reading but maybe forgot to show it on their homework log. I am very willing to listen and change their evaluation if they come and let me know that they honestly did their reading or assignment.

9/17-9/21

Wednesday-Little Blue Luncheon 11:15-12:00

Math- Math Facts, Decimals, Multiplication

Science- Volcanoes & Glaciers

    • Review mountains & earthquakes

Lots and lots of science!!!

Language Arts

  • Word Work-Teton Vocabulary
  • Writing-Figurative Language/Science Journals
  • Begin animal reports
  • Lexia
  • 7 Habits-Leadership Notebooks

Canoeing at Cutler Marsh

This past week we went canoeing at Cutler Marsh. It was a very busy day as your child went to three different stations. At one station they learned about writing (show don't tell) as they listened to Mr. Newell steer all the tethered canoes. We call it the floating classroom. Another station they learned about the mountains and identified and drew different land features they noticed while observing the Wellsville Mountains. The last station they discussed and wrote about the book we are reading in class, Call it Courage, from the point of view of the main character. They watched Mr. White (Jace's dad) demonstrate how to open a coconut and were able to taste the coconut meat and juice. It was a great day of learning outside!

How can parents help their children to be successful in math? (Go to More-Math Tab above if you would like more math information.

1. Encourage children to play math puzzles and games. … Puzzles and games – anything with dice, really – will help kids enjoy math, and develop number sense, which is critically important.

2. Always be encouraging and never tell kids they are wrong when they are working on math problems. Instead find the logic in their thinking … .

3. Never associate math with speed. It is not important to work quickly, and we now know that forcing kids to work quickly on math is the best way to start math anxiety for children, especially girls.

4. Never share with your children the idea that you were bad at math at school or you dislike it – especially if you are a mother. Researchers found that as soon as mothers shared that idea with their daughters, their daughters’ achievement went down.

5. Encourage number sense … having an idea of the size of numbers and being able to separate and combine numbers flexibly … .

6. Perhaps most important of all – encourage a “growth mindset” – let students know that they have unlimited math potential and that being good at math is all about working hard… use growth praise such as “It is great that you have learned that;” “I really like your thinking about that;” “You have worked really hard to learn that.”

Math-A few parents have suggested it would be helpful to understand how lessons are being taught. The link below is a very good resource of what your child is learning each day in math. If your child is struggling with a lesson this is a great review to help them or to show before the lesson is taught.

Mr Math Blog: Link to math lessons

Mathwingo Link to math lessons


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*I WILL SEND YOU TEXTS WHEN WE ARRIVE AT TETON AND ALSO WHEN TO PICK YOUR CHILD UP WHEN WE RETURN.






Dear Parents,

This Wednesday (Sept. 12th) we will be going to Cutler Marsh for a field experience. We will be canoeing, writing, and learning about science (Earth’s surface….mountains). We will also reflect on the book we are reading in class, Call it Courage. Volunteer needed....Does anyone know how to break open a coconut?

We will leave at 12:10 p.m. and return back to school at 2:45 p.m.

Please have your child dress accordingly.

Please wear -closed toe shoe or water sandal that stays on

-sunscreen/hat

-layers

-bring water

September 11th - 911 Remembrance, Picture Day

September 12th- Cutler Marsh (leave at 11:50 a.m. and return at 2:30 p.m.)

September 13th -

September 14th- Teton forms and book orders due (see below)

September 19th –Little Blue Luncheon 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (best dress & manners)

Leader in Me -We have been learning about paradigms and the power of YET

This week...We will learn about Habit #1 being Proactive

Math

Several students are working on becoming more fluent in their math facts.

*I recommend Greg Tang Games, play war with cards, or skip count with your child. I will be sending more information home.

Monday-Powers of 10 1.3

Tuesday-Powers of 10 (2 factors) 1.4

Wednesday-Decimals expanded form

Thursday-

Friday-

Science

Earthquakes, mountains

Begin preparing for Teton learning vocabulary

ELA/Writing

Important Thing/Animal Reports

Nouns-spelling test on Friday-Your child will have a list of words we are learning.

Scholastic Book Orders Due Sunday 9/14- First Time Ordering Online? Go to scholastic.com/reading club. Enter our one-time Class Activation Code GYPGG. Shop and submit your child's book order. Your books will be delivered directly to the classroom. I will send the order on Monday.

Thanks,

Mrs. Farmer

Sites:

Scholastic: www.scholastic.com/readingclubs

Activation Code: GYPGG

My Google Site: https://goo.gl/YzqvK8

Remind Group Text- On phone text 81010

Text message @bfe7b8

E-Mail: jan.farmer@usu.edu

Dates to Remember :

  • Carnival Aug. 7th
  • Little Blue Luncheon Sept. 19th 11:00 (Best Dress)
  • Teton Science School Oct. 7-10




Parents,

Thanks for coming to Back to School Night! I enjoyed getting to know you and sharing our classroom procedures for the year!

We had a great first week of school!

Lots of Math, Reading, Writing, and a quick STEM project (Saving Sam)

  • Thanks for helping your child with the 4-4's math challenge! "When we work hard, struggle, and mistakes our math brain grows!"
  • Please check and sign your child's progress report that I hand out each Friday.

Please remember that on Friday the Student Progress form that your child takes home is an update for you and an accountability record for them. Are they reading, getting their homework finished, keeping their desk organized, being respectful, and filling out their homework logs? There are times I understand that your child has done their reading but maybe forgot to show it on their homework log. I am very willing to listen and change their evaluation if they come and let me know that they honestly did their reading or assignment.

  • Discuss the book challenge and what a reasonable goal might be.



Saving SAM
Dear Parents 40 page book challenge2018.docx

Wax Museums Wednesday

Parents and Family,

Please come to our Famous American Wax Museum! We are excited to share and present the information we have researched and learned with you!

Wednesday May 23rd

1:00-3:00

Clara Barton

By: Kirsten Jones

April 29-

This week:

  • Thank you all for your hard work today in writing!! It's amazing to see how much you've improved from the beginning of the year!
  • I have added pictures of this weeks events in pictures under Spring.
  • We will begin Wax Museum (I have e-mailed you your first or second choice) A few of you are not on the list because I didn't see that you had a made a selection. Please choose and let me know.
  • This week you will begin reading and learning about your famous person. Then you will receive an outline for your report.
  • A schedule is under Wax Museum Link is under Project Based Learning Tab
  • Also, There is a link above with the end of year calendar that I will continue to update.


April 29-

This week:

  • Thank you all for your hard work today in writing!! It's amazing to see how much you improved from the beginning of the year.
  • I have added pictures of this weeks events.
  • We will begin Wax Museum (I have e-mailed you your first or second choice) A few of you are not on the list because I didn't see that you had a made a selection. Please choose and let me know.
  • This week you will begin reading and learning about your famous person. Then you will receive an outline for your report.
  • A schedule is under Wax Museum Link is under Project Based Learning Tab
  • Also, There is a link above with the end of year calendar.



April 29-

This week:

  • Thank you all for your hard work today in writing!! It's amazing to see how much you improved from the beginning of the year.
  • I have added pictures of this weeks events.
  • We will begin Wax Museum (I have e-mailed you your first or second choice) A few of you are not on the list because I didn't see that you had a made a selection. Please choose and let me know.
  • This week you will begin reading and learning about your famous person. Then you will receive an outline for your report.
  • A schedule is under Wax Museum Link is under Project Based Learning Tab
  • Also, There is a link above with the end of year calendar.


Monday

Customary Linear Units & Weight 10.3

Tuesday

Measurement Conversions 10.4 Khan Academy

Wednesday

Metric Conversions 10.5

Metric Help

Thursday

Friday

8:30-9:30 Math

9:30-11:30 Assembly-Ellen Eccles Theater

11:30-11:55 Magnets

12:35-12:55 Magnets



Last week students studied mealworms identifying physical traits, instincts, learned behavior, and offspring that is different from its parent.

Students also designed airplanes and were given the task of an assembly line airplane. This will tie into next weeks Social Studies lesson.

April 16-20

Monday

Customary Weight 10.3 Level F n.4 or Level G z.3

Tuesday

Measurement Conversions 10.4 Khan Academy

April 9-13 Math Lessons

Go Math Animated SKILL activitiesFraction Divide Skill 29

Monday Assignments

Line Plots 9.1

Tuesday Assignments

Coordinate Grid

Science-Google Classroom stzduz

Wednesday Assignments

Customary length 10.1

Thursday Assignments

Friday Assignments

Customary Capacity 10.2

Customary Weight 10.3 Level F n.4 or Level G z.3

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This week:

  • Monday-Hogle Zoo (I have e-mailed parents)
    • Remember Lunch, Water bottle, small backpack, snack, and layers.

I have two challenges this week we will begin Tuesday-or sooner.

1. Log on to the IXL Math Site- Multiply Fractions Lessons.

2. Log On to Whooo's Reading. Share at least one recommendation. Students will praised and rewarded for this task!

  • Math-IXL-Log-ins are above on IXL. It is designed to help your child learn at his or her own pace. The program is adaptive and will adjust based on your child's demonstrated understanding of the material.
    • Multiplication Fractions Lessons Grade 5-See Side
    • Every Lesson completed will be worth class money. ( I need your to help me decide)
  • Whooo's Reading Challenge-We will begin Whooo's Reading this week. Click here for Log-In information
    • We will also be using this site to recommend good books to our peers.

SCIENCE-We will be finishing our Ultimate animal from Hogle Zoo. Sketching a picture in a habitat where it can survive, then writing a Diamante Poem. (Mrs. Reina's activity)

Writing-Essays graded and make edits. Begin new essay.

Dear Parents,

It seems like we just got back from a field experience. Monday, March 19th we are headed to the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake. We will leave from Edith Bowen at 8:30 AM for Salt Lake and return at 3:10 PM.

This field experience compliments an opinion piece that your student wrote discussing their beliefs on whether or not zoos are good or bad for polar bears. In their science class, we are beginning to learn about animal adaptations and heredity. They are currently working on a Google Slide Presentation about an animal at Hogle Zoo that integrates technology, writing, research, and heredity.

Please remind your child that our field experiences offer them a chance to participate in place-based learning. Meaning that we are still learning the only thing that changes is our classroom’s location. Please remind your child that electronic devices are not welcome on our trips. Books are welcome for our bus drives but devices and video games are not.

Please dress accordingly. Wear layers.

March 5-10

This week:

  • Maturation Program Thursday
  • Science-Heredity Unit- We will begin a project to prepare us for our Field Experience at Hogle Zoo on March 19th.
  • Parents thanks for your support in encouraging your child to read, work on Lexia, and turn in assignments!!
  • Math-Finish Unit 6 (adding/subtracting fractions)

Pictures of last weeks capitol experience are on my Google Site!


1/26-1/2

Dear Parents & Students,

Remember this Monday is the science fair. Science fair projects will be need to be taken and set up in the gymnasium. Tuesday-State Capitol. We will be leaving Edith Bowen at 8:30am, and hope to arrive at the State Capitol around 10:30am. Upon arrival we will visit the House and Senate Chambers before going on a guided tour. After our tour, Representative Webb will speak with students and answer any questions they may have. We plan to leave the capitol around 1:00-1:15 so we can arrive back to school around 3:10.

We encourage students to wear their best dress for this field experience. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call. I can be reached by cell phone (770-5853), text, or email.

We are looking forward to an amazing trip to the State Capitol. Thanks, Mrs.Farmer


2/12-2/16

Math-Fraction-Equivalence, estimate, add unlike denominators

Science-Review for electricity test on Friday

Language Arts-Summarize, edit opinion essay

*LEXIA-Great job to those students who have completed Lexia. Please remember that Lexia should be part of homework every night. We have seen huge gains in reading and comprehension when students consistently practice and pass of Lexia lessons. Research is on the right side.....

This week we will have conferences starting on Monday and ending on Thursday at 5:40 p.m. Students will be sharing their scores and goals. Thursday-Friday I will be attending a science conference in Provo.

  • Begin Fractions.
  • Writing-Opinion
  • Reading-Let The Games Begin
    • South Korea, Olympic Games, comprehension activities
    • The opening ceremony will be Thursday from 9:00-10:00. Our class will be representing the Netherlands. Please wear orange to represent the Netherlands. Mrs. Patel has sailor hats for our the students to wear.
  • Science-Electricity (Making complete circuits, testing insulators/conductors, MakeyMakey)

During conferences I will refer to these sites in helping your child be successful or challenging them in 5th grade.

Reading Responses-

Thanks to all of you who are sharing your reading and writing about your books!



Winter Break Challenge 2017


WINTER CHALLENGE PROGRESS-

LEXIA-Reading

Congratulations to the following students who finished 5th grade Lexia!!

Arnica, Kirsten, Maya, Milo, Samuel, Kennedy

Very close-Level 18

Jasper, Megan, Christian, Cecilia

Hardware Ranch Schedule

TENMARKS MATH (Click link for passwords)

  • Optional for Winter Challenge-This will replace IXL on January 5th. You may start now.


Copy of Winter Break Check Off Sheet

Parents,

Thank you for all your support and allowing me to teach such wonderful children. They have shown such kindness and respect towards their classmates this year and even more this past month. Since they will be away from school for 18 days I've decided to set up a Winter Break Challenge. This challenge can be altered if you would like to add another type of learning activity to meet your child's needs.

Have a Wonderful Holiday Season!

Mrs. Farmer

Winter Break Challenge

This challenge is not meant to be daunting, serious, or involve a lot of rules. Rather, the goal is to keep students reading and writing in FUN ways. From reading in your PJs to sending an email to your teacher & friends.

To motivate your child to make the time for these activities, I am offering students raffle tickets for each challenge completed. Raffle tickets will be given out on Monday the 8th.

This is a very informative article about the importance of reading. If you would like to borrow this book let me know.

http://www.trelease-on-reading.com/rah-intro.html

Class Gift of Kind Comments

kind comment
December Happenings

This is where your responses to the class will be shared. You will each have your own page where other classmates may see what you are reading!! (Responses are worth 2 raffle tickets)

You may also create your own slide show or presentation with a book share and link it for others to see. (This would earn you 3 raffle tickets)

Have Fun and Let the Reading Begin!!!!

December 18-21

Last week we gave each student an informative assessment where they wrote an explanatory essay to show their writing growth from the beginning of they year. I was very pleased as we went from one to eleven students who are proficient and almost all students show growth. Thank you for your support and the help you have given your child in writing.

Homework:

    • Lexia-40-80 minutes per week. Depending on the grade your child is working on. The lower the grade the more time they will need.
    • Reading-30 minutes every night (record books)
    • Math-IXL Program-Level G Decimals

Science-This week students have an assignment that requires them to observe something from home that is a physical or chemical change. They are then to share their observations with the rest of the class. They could also find and demonstrate a science experiment to show either change to the class.

Math-We will be testing on Unit 3 Decimals this week. Tomorrow we will review and we will test on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Science-Chemical & Physical Changes

Social Studies-Preamble

Language Arts-Compare and Contrast Christmas tradition from different countries.

  • Monday-8:30 Winter Sing
  • Thursday-
    • 8:30-9:00- Reveal Secret Santa
    • 9:00-11:00-Canned Food Festival Movie
    • 11:00-11:55 Classroom Party

December 21st Christmas Secret Santa

  • Today students voted on participating in Secret Santa. Each student secretly chose a student from the class that they will show random acts of kindness towards for the next week. On Thursday they will give a final gift between $1:00-$3.00. We also discussed it could be something homemade or something special.
  • After the canned food movie we will have a class Christmas party then open the gifts.

December 11-15th

This week:

  • Wednesday-Dr. Johnson's Farewell Assembly
    • All Students are asked to wear ties
    • 2:30 in the auditorium
    • 3:30-5:30 Openhouse
  • Wednesday & Friday 11:00-11:55
    • Kids Empowerment Presentation-I sent information home on Monday (The Family Place)
  • Decimals
  • Writing-Landforms Essay (We are practicing for Sage Formative Assessment Thursday).
  • Science-Matter (Last week's photos)


December 4th-8th

Thank you students for turning in last weeks physical & chemical change compare and contrast essays. If you haven't please share with me or Miss Emily. Also, Decimal Unit Assessments will be going home tomorrow (Monday).

Math-Decimals (add, subtract, round, estimate)-

Friday USU Bookstore Math- Field Experience

Writing-Begin opinion writing-

Science-Matter-solids, liquids, gas,- chemical & physical changes

Get ready for some amazing experiments!!

Friday-The Heat is On!!!

Soc. Studies-Revolutionary War

Literature Connection-George Washington's Socks & Katy's Trunk

I'm encouraging students to choose a Revolutionary War book to read this month.

Parents,

Thank you for all your support for Colonial Days and Teton Reflection Night! They were both successful and an experience I hope your child will remember.

Week of Nov. 27th-31st

Math

    • We just finished our division unit we will begin decimals this week
      • Multiply & divide by 10, 100, 1000
      • Read & write decimals using different forms.
      • Comparing and rounding decimals.

Science-

We have just started our Matter Unit. We will explore the states of matter, chemical and physical changes in matter, mass, and how the sum of the parts equals the whole

Social Studies-

    • Revolutionary War

Language Arts-

    • We will be reading Spies & Toliver's Secret (Revolutionary War)
    • Katie's Trunk



Teton Science Night 6:30--7:30. You are invited to come 15 minutes early to preview your child's reflections (6:15-6:30)

--Each student will be participating/sharing in the program. Please remind your child to be prepared for his/her parts.

--Refreshments will be served during celebration video!

Monday & Tuesday

Colonial reports must be turned in to Mrs. Stewart or to me (I will print Google Docs) Monday morning to participate In Colonial Days! If there is a conflict, please let me know and I will help your child with their writing on Monday.

Colonial Days begins-For two days your child will be learning about colonial culture through food, games, crafts, and dance. During this time we will be integrating science, social studies, and art.

Monday Morning -Colonial Era through the Arts

    • 9:00-10:00
    • They will meet with that teacher for one hour to prepare a project to be shared at the informance.
    • We will conclude at 10:00 to convene in the auditorium for an informance to celebrate the morning's activities.
    • 10:30-11:55 in classrooms -social studies learning about signing of declaration and Teton Science final practice.

Monday Afternoon - Colonial Crafts (1:00 - 3:00)

    • Calligraphy, Tinsmith Ornaments, Candle Dipping, Pomander Balls, Folk Dance, Bilboquets

3:00-3:20- Set up desks and reflections for Teton Science Night.

Tuesday

Each child will dress in colonial clothing to represent the colonist they were assigned. If you need help with clothing please contact me-We have some colonial clothing at school. The morning will begin with colonial cooking. During the afternoon all students will meet in the kiva or auditorium? where they will be re-enacting the signing of the Declaration of Independence. First, they will read their bio-poem in front of the class. Then they will sign the Declaration. After the signing they will celebrate. It is a memorable experience.

Tuesday Morning

    • Colonial Cooking
      • Taffy, Butter, Johnny cakes, Gingersnaps, Candied Orange Peels
  • Declaration Re-enactment 12:45-2:00
    • Stage or kiva (Place has not been confirmed)
    • Students will learn about the signing of the declaration, then each will have a turn to share their Bio- Poem and sign.

Revolutionary Revelry (celebration): 2:00-3:20

Thank you for all your support. We have had a busy month getting reflections and narratives ready for Teton Science Parent Night as well as Colonial Days. I have been so impressed with the Teton Reflections and narratives I have seen this year!

See you Monday,

Mrs. Farmer


November 13th-17th

Monday-

  • Math-Division Story Problems
  • Writing-We are editing narratives. Finish edit suggestions by teachers to publish.
  • Teton Poetry-Write your Cinquain, Haiku, or Acrostic on a rock, or blank page using Google Slides.
    • You may also be creative and draw an animal or cloud and paste your poem on it.

Tuesday- No RTI

  • Math Unit Division Review
  • Science Test-We will go over the review sheet first.
  • Girls Basketball Game-We will leave school at 11:35 with our lunches to eat at the stadium. (I'm bringing popcorn in bags for each student). We should arrive back to school around 2:00 where the students will be participating in One Book One School until the end of the day.

Wednesday-No Math RTI

  • Math Division Unit Test
  • Finish up Teton Reflections

Thursday-

  • Math-
Colonial Days

Colonial Days

POETRY Tetons

Teton Poetry Assignment

Little Blue Luncheon

October 27th

We will be going to the Play Sidewalk School at the Caine Theater.

Our class will be leaving school at 9:40

The play will begin at 10:00-11:30

We will return back to school around 11:40


Friday Parent Form-

Please remember that on Friday the Student Progress form that your child takes home is an update for you and an accountability record for them. Are they reading, getting their homework finished, and filling out their homework logs? There are times I understand that your child has done their reading but maybe forgot to show it on their homework log. I am very willing to listen and change their evaluation if they come and let me know that they honestly did their reading or assignment.

10/1-10/5

Math- Order of Operations, Algebraic Expressions, Division

Science-The Earth's Glaciers & Icebergs

    • Review Mountains & volcanoes

Lots and lots of science!!!

Language Arts

  • Word Work-Teton Vocabulary
  • Writing-Figurative Language/Science Journals
  • Whooo's Reading
  • Begin narratives
  • Lexia
  • 7 Habits-Leadership Notebooks

Class Mission Statement


Students:

  • If you go to the STUDENTS' TAB above your leadership jobs are ready!

You may do this at home or at school!

  • There is also a 40 book challenge tab with information for you and your parents to read.

Scholastic Book Orders

9/15/2017

First Time Ordering Online?

  • Go to scholastic.com/readingclub
  • Enter our one-time Class Activation Code GYPGG.
  • Shop and submit your child's book order.
  • Your books will be delivered directly to the classroom


Thank you Mrs. Patel, Mrs. Hirschi, and Mrs. Taylor for the fantastic Halloween Party!!


Our Class Mission Statements

2017 Class Mission Statements

Please add your amazing class mission statement if it is not showing to this Google Slide. I have shared the link on your google mail.

Teton Slides

Thanks for a Terrific Teton Experience!!!

Our Teton Parent/Family Reflection Night will be held Monday, Nov. 20th in our classroom.

1. Students remember to work on your reflections at home and when time during school.

2. Narrative outlines should be completed except for the conclusion.

  • We will begin typing this week
  • Please share and get feedback from your parents as we start editing.

Example of Teton Reflection

  • THANKS SAMUEL FOR SHARING YOUR REFLECTIONS
Teton Science School Slide Show.mp4



Copy of Winter Break Check Off Sheet
Volcano Presentation

Reading Responses-

Thanks to all of you who are sharing your reading and writing about your books!

Winter Break Challenge 2017




Winter Break Challenge 2017

Mrs. Farmer's Sites:

Scholastic: www.scholastic.com/readingclubs

Activation Code: GYPGG

My Google Site: https://goo.gl/YzqvK8

Remind Group Text- On phone text 81018

Text message @bfe7b8

E-Mail: jan.farmer@usu.edu