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With it I hope to post pictures of what we're doing in homeschool, new products I'm making, and anything else teacher-ish that strikes my fancy! We'll see how it goes. With all the craziness of life, and now having 4 little kids at home, it will be a quick and easy way to share!
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We will visit the Georgia Aquarium and the Delta Museum, and we will stop at the Varsity for dinner! We are using Daniels Charters & Tours to plan our trip for us. The first deposit is coming up very quickly - students will need to pay $20 by THIS FRIDAY (2/27) in order to go. If there's no deposit, your child cannot go on the trip.
Find two other ways to express your pattern. Consider other rules for generating the same pattern and/or express the pattern using variable, if appropriate.
The judges wished her singing was inaudible so they wouldn’t have to be subjected to the appalling sound. After she was finished the judges said she did not quite meet the precedents. It was a stygian day for Samantha. Lillian Henley had always dreamed of moving from her stygian, small town in Ohio, to the erratic city of London. After going through customs, which felt more like an inquisition, she stepped out onto Bishopsgate Street.
–We will send home notes when your child runs low on supplies. • Slide 13 • Additional Notes Music/Phy Ed. Schedule –Students have music or phy ed. Daily –Students must have tennis shoes for phy ed. They can wear them each day or leave a pair in their locker come winter.
'The Claimant is a housewife, mother and amateur blogger. The defendants are a council and a chief executive.
Students will be speaking to their parents about that tonight. Materials need to be in class Monday, but can be brought in tomorrow. Literacy: Writer's Notebook entry due tomorrow (What I Need to be Successful this Year) Independent reading books are needed at school each day. Ed clothing and shoes are needed for Monday, Wednesday and Friday classes. Introducing your child and blue forms should be returned by Monday at the latest.
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The work is to finish Figure Me Out (Math), and get the materials needed for the experiment (Science). Don't forget to bring in the Introducing Your Child and Field trip sheets filled out by Monday. An independent reading book, gym clothes and running shoes are also needed. We did a group activity where we built a puzzle that lead to a group talk about teamwork and lots things we shouldn't forget. There was also the high intensity workout where we did Mountain climbers and Squat jumps.
Students discussed which materials they thought they would be able to bring. Students will be speaking to their parents about that tonight. Materials need to be in class Monday, but can be brought in tomorrow.
Grace and I wanted you to be aware that all students have their assignments and should be completing research in a timely manner in order to participate in Starlab. Janice Gobble. Dear Parents, We have recently started our animal unit and as a project for animals your student will research, present, and write about an animal.
Dear Parents, We have recently started our animal unit and as a project for animals your student will research, present, and write about an animal. Last week, they were given their animal and should have begun to research.
The shows were FABULOUS! I really enjoyed their take on music and movies over the last century, and their talent is phenomenal! Participating from our class were Lainie, Katharine, Margaret, Millie, and Will. Oh, and congrats to our own Cody Brewer for winning the elementary schools spelling bee for Gainesville City Schools! We are proud of him!
Today the grade 7 class finished there science quiz!!!!!!! But we still have a science test on chapters 4-6 on Oct.10. We also need to work on our lab reports at school. We have math homework tonight on 9.1 What is an Integer pg.328-329#1-5,6a and 6b due tomorrow.
And last but not least picture day is Thursday October 9th. For our art we are still working on our writers notebook covers and they are due Oct.10. They are looking great!!! Math: Revisit your toothpick pattern (Sept.
We will have a math test on Thursday. Science Students are staying with Mrs. Hawkins this week and next to continue their study of earth science.
Edgar Thompson 2014 Mugshot December 10 2013
Today we joined up with our little buddies for an amazing Paraliturgy thanks to our Parish Priest, 3M, 5N and our awesome choir. Our math test is on September 30th, the music form needs to be signed and returned by Thursday.
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This is an important topic in the novel. We will also be discussing point-of-view as we see it in the story. Students have been learning about foreshadowing, and it is at this point in the novel that students will begin to see if their predictions are correct! We are also discussing how characters change in the story based on how they respond to a conflict. Many standards are being covered in reading this week! In writing, students will be changing some of the text into first person point-of-view.
Students will continue to write about what they read, and we will also be working on affixes (prefixes and suffixes) and comma rules! Both are pretty tough topics for 5th graders. Math We will be working with 2D shapes this week - focusing on the hierarchy of shapes and how different quadrilaterals relate to each other. We took notes on this on Friday of last week to help us prepare for this week. We will be asking ourselves questions like this: Is a parallelogram always a rectangle? Is a square also a rectangle?
Project Due Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014 2.Plan of Attack: Who am I?
We will finish up on Friday morning if needed. You have already sent in your signed permission for this movie at the beginning of the year. I love this movie, and I bet your students will too! Dear families, Welp, what can I say about the weather? I thought I'd be writing this for you from my classroom this morning (Monday), but I am on my couch writing it instead! So far, no big deal weather-wise, but hoping ice does not become a problem tonight or in the morning.
Mickey Thompson 2014 Corvette
The written report should include at least six paragraphs that include a beginning paragraph, one on the animal’s characteristics, one on it’s appearance, one on it’s habitat, one on it’s adaptations (if your student’s animal is a pet he/she can do a paragraph on care instead), and a closing paragraph. Your students should be able to include vocabulary terms that they have learned throughout this unit.
We will eat lunch when we get back to school, but we have parents who are providing a special snack for the trip down there so the kids aren't starving!:) The permission slips you have already turned in are valid for this trip even though it's been rescheduled. If you still haven't turned in your child's permission slip, please do so by Wednesday. Our trip to Atlanta in April is becoming more finalized by the day! We are going on Monday, April 27th to Atlanta! We will visit the Georgia Aquarium and the Delta Museum, and we will stop at the Varsity for dinner! We are using Daniels Charters & Tours to plan our trip for us. The first deposit is coming up very quickly - students will need to pay $20 by THIS FRIDAY (2/27) in order to go.
Reiman • Slide 3 • Procedures Absences –Call the nurse each day your child is absent (763) 549-2363 –District Policy states that your child needs to stay home 24 hours if they have any of the following symptoms: Fever Vomiting Diarrhea – Daily Medication/Chronic Condition – needs to be discussed with the nurse. • Slide 4 • Emergency Cards/School Closing Forms Please fill out and return any forms to your teacher as soon as possible, thank you!
It is literally state versus citizen. In a large part, the origins of the entire case derive from the issue of getting ones voice heard at all' 'In light of the evidence, the allegations of perverting the course of justice are unsustainable. This is the most serious allegation and the Claimant deserves to have her reputation vindicated. Mr Davies' evidence was incoherent, confused and contradicted [his] statements given at the time.in short, Mr Davies' evidence of what happened has completely changed and he cannot be relied on'.
Let me know if you want to be considered. It is possible that not all parents who wish to go will be able to go depending on the number of applicants. The cost for parents is $99 with $55 due this Friday. Please contact me ASAP if you wish to chaperone.
Project Introduction to Shakespeare Shakespeare around the world Elements of drama/ The language of Shakespeare Characters in R&J Read the play ( view relevant scenes). Thursday, November 6, 2014 Mini-Project DUE DATE: Friday, November 7, 2014 1. Tell your story for each of the 15 prompts. NEXT, on or some other timeline software, create a timeline of your prompts, each with your story, a visual and the title from the prompt. Make sure they are in chronological order.
Nu e cu nimic diferit de alte modele de Toshiba (sigur, butoanele nu mai sunt evidente, dar asta e o chestie cosmetica) si exact asta e problema. Tastele au un raspuns clar, ferm, distanta dintre ele e potrivita si, in plus, tastatura e iluminata. Touchpad Nici pe asta nu l-as fi mentionat in mod normal, insa pe cat de placut surprins am fost de tastatura pe atat de dezamagit am fost de touchpad. Toshiba satellite s50 a 10r drivers for macbook pro. Se incalzeste, gesturile nu sunt cursive, cateodata nu merge deloc.
Science Students will spend this week with Mrs. Hawkins finishing up their unit on earth science. They will test on Friday. Movie This Week This week, we'll be watching the movie Ruby Bridges to prepare us to start our Civil Rights unit next week. We'll watch it on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons (we won't have science or social studies those two days because on Wednesday, Mrs.
Reading & Writing We are finishing up our Number the Stars novel unit this week! We have loved learning more about this time in history (Holocaust and WWII), and the characters of Annemarie and Ellen have become very dear to us! We will test on Tuesday. We will spend the rest of the week practicing a skill that is very difficult for the students - reading two passages on the same topic and then discussing how the comprehension of one passage impacts the understanding of the other.
Duotang/binder organization: French: blue Math: red Literacy: yellow Science/Geo./History: green Health/Guidance: orange Religion/Family Life: purple Fitness Friday: your colour choice.
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Find two other ways to express your pattern. Consider other rules for generating the same pattern and/or express the pattern using variable, if appropriate. Due tomorrow. Music form signed by Thursday, and art portfolio due Friday.
Can drive is finally here so bring in your cans!!! And last but not least picture day is Thursday October 9th. For our art we are still working on our writers notebook covers and they are due Oct.10. They are looking great!!! Math: Revisit your toothpick pattern (Sept.
Her previously lethargic state, due to jet lag, was replaced by her excitement. Her equable personality helped her with the dramatic change of moving across the world to attend college.
Is a rectangle also a square? Students will have to use attributes of these shapes to help them answer these questions. We'll be working primarily with quadrilaterals (4 sided polygons) and triangles (3 sided polygons). Students will need a hanger for our activity on Wednesday. Don't worry - we won't tear it apart or destroy it in any way - and it will come home to you eventually!
We will use it to help us organize the hierarchy of shapes. Test this Friday.
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There is also page 99 numbers 1 to 3 in Science. Meet the teacher is on the 16th and the Hep B forms are due on the 19th and will will be done on the 4th of December. We got lots of reading in today, and did high intensity interval training in gym. The day went fast but it was fun while it lasted! Today's homework is in math.
An independent reading book, gym clothes and running shoes are also needed. We did a group activity where we built a puzzle that lead to a group talk about teamwork and lots things we shouldn't forget.
Hopefully, we will have a normal week. Here's a peek at our week as I have planned it. Coming Up This Week • Mon, 3/2: Math homework Reateaching 12-4 (workbook); Box Tops collection • Tues, 3/3: Math homework Practice 12-4 (workbook) • Wed, 3/4: Math homework Reateaching 12-5 (workbook) • Thurs, 3/5: Math homework Practice 12-5 (workbook); PTA Talent Show @ 6 pm • Fri, 3/6: Reading essays due Skills/Focus We are all keeping our homerooms again this week. This weather has just delayed all of our plans! We will be finishing up 2-D shapes from last week and testing one day this week. It will just depend on when everyone has caught up from the snow/weather days!