Welcome to our class website. Please view this periodically for updates and information about our class.Your child will be receiving an abundant amount of information regarding class and school wide events. Many of these notices require a parent's signature. Please sign and return all notices as soon as possible. I thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Reading/WritingWe are going to begin the year with the students reading books from our class library. We will be working on independent reading rules and requirements. You might want to ask your child about the books they are reading and what they might be learning. *Please encourage your child to read. At times they will be accountable for making their own decisions about their reading time. Please remind your child that the more they read the more they will learn.Students are responsible for writing a response for at least two books per month. Please encourage your children to accomplish this task as soon as the book is completed.Students must be ACCOUNTABLE for their reading. The goal is to read 40 books for the year. It is extremely important that your child reads everyday. The responses should be written or typed after a book is completed. The students are reminded of this quite frequently in class. Completed book lists are reviewed at the end of each month. All students must have two books with them at all times.
We are currently involved in a Reading and Writing Program called, Ready Gen. This program involves reading and writing in school as well as at home. Your child may have to complete some of the assignments at home because this new program addresses many new concepts that are extremely high level. Thank you for your cooperation in assisting me in helping your child learn all of the new Common Core Learning Standards for fifth grade.We will begin a new Ready Gen Unit. This unit is based on. Some of the books the students will be reading are:
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
MathematicsAs most of you are aware, we have been working with the math program, called "Go Math". This program is based on all of the new Common Core State Standards for fifth grade. Some of the components of the program are extremely difficult, and it might take your child some time to adjust to this program. Please encourage your child to review the new mathematical concepts daily. This will help them grasp the new concepts that they learn the next day in class. Tests are given at the end of each chapter. *Math homework must be completed every day. This is extremely important because many mathematical concepts are related. If your child needs extra assistance please have them let me know.*
At this time we will be working on Getting Ready for Grade 6 work and Math Journals as well as a variety of Next Generation Mathematical skills. The students
must review the multiplication tables. Please have your child review all of the skills we are going over in class. Students will have an abundant amount of opportunities to improve their mathematical knowledge through extensions and extra credit assignments. There will also be opportunities to review all work that the students may be having difficulty in. Please encourage them to take advantage of this. Students have been learning basic multiplication facts since third grade, and now it is imperative that they have instant recall of multiplication facts to be successful in this unit and most other units in fifth grade. Please have your child practice flash cards frequently focusing upon facts which are not easily recalled. Additionally, students should be proficient at adding and subtracting numbers having multiple place values and require regrouping.Attention ParentsYou can now log in to Think Central so your child can review various lessons in mathematics. The students have been given User names and passwords in class. Please ask your child about this. This might be a helpful way for your child to practice all mathematical concepts. - Unit 1:Place Value, Properties, Powers of 10, Multiplication, Division, Numerical Expressions, Grouping SymbolsKey Learning in this unit is that one way of thinking about division is the inverse of multiplication. Students will be dividing whole and decimal numbers and interpreting remainders.The Unit Essential Questions:Chapter Essential Question: How can you use place value, multiplication, and expressions to represent and solve problems?Why is it important to know the inverse relationship between multiplication and division?How do I divide whole numbers?How do I divide decimal numbers?How do I interpret remainders?GO Math Grade 5 Homework ResourcesUse these resource if you forgot your Go Math!Standards Practice bookor if you just need to print an extra copy of your homework.Lists borrowed From Miss Myer of Paxtang Elementary.(Thank you Miss Myer!!!!!)-Mrs. Aronson
Chapter 1 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 1__ Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 1 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 1 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 9 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 10 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 11 Homework Chapter 1 Lesson 12 Homework Chapter 1 Review Test
Chapter 2 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 2__ Chapter 2 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 2 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 2 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 2 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 2 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 2 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 2 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 2 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 2 Lesson 9 Homework Chapter 2 Review Test
Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 3__ Chapter 3 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 3 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 3 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 9 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 10 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 11 Homework Chapter 3 Lesson 12 Homework Chapter 3 Review Test
Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 4__ Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 4 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 4 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 4 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 4 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 4 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 4 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 4 Review Test
Chapter 5 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 5__ Chapter 5 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 5 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 5 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 5 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 5 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 5 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 5 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 5 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 5 Review Test
Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 6__ Chapter 6 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 6 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 6 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 6 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 6 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 6 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 6 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 6 Lesson 9 Homework Chapter 6 Lesson 10 Homework Chapter 6 Review Test
Chapter 7 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 7__ Chapter 7 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 7 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 7 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 7 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 7 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 7 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 7 Lesson 8 Homework Chapter 7 Lesson 9 Homework Chapter 7 Lesson 10 Homework Chapter 7 Review Test
__Chapter 8____Chapter 8 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 8 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 8 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 8 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 8 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 8 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 8 Review Test
__Chapter 9____Chapter 9 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 9 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 9 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 9 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 9 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 9 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 9 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 9 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 9 Review Test
__Chapter 10____Chapter 10 Lesson 1 Homework__Chapter 10 Lesson 2 Homework Chapter 10 Lesson 3 Homework Chapter 10 Lesson 4 Homework Chapter 10 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint Chapter 10 Lesson 5 Homework Chapter 10 Lesson 6 Homework Chapter 10 Lesson 7 Homework Chapter 10 Review Test
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