June 8-12

All of these resources are recommended review materials. Focus on the day. You may use the choice board for this subject on the other days!

 

 

Monday

Office Hours

1:30-2:00 PM

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Office Hours

2:30-3:00 PM

Activity Choices (located under each subject)

Gimkit Instructions

Follow the directions in Choice #1.

Make your own Origami Crane!

 

Fraction Review Song

5th grade Teachers Q & A!

 

Strings Introduction!

 

 

Choice #1

Log onto Office 365, go to TEAMS, and click on the class called “Connect Time”.

That is where I will be posting the game codes right before we start!

 

The live game will start at 2 PM.

Make your own Origami Crane and send a picture of it to your teacher.

 

 

Challenge: teach your family and/or friends how to make a paper crane.

 Do you like hearing a good story? Well here’s one select the link below

and listen to a short

Fraction Story

        

        or

Make up your own fraction song or story and share it with us using Class Dojo...

Write a letter to next year’s 4th grade students! Write to them about what they should expect from 4th grade and what you liked about this year!

 

*send a picture or type it to your teacher by dojo or email! We can share it with next year’s 4th graders in the Fall!

 

 

Choice #2

Watch this movie trailer of Because of Winn-Dixie.

 

Draw a picture of your favorite scene from the book!

After making your crane give it a name and write a story with it as your main character! Be creative and make sure to have a beginning, middle, and end.

Converting Fraction With Gems

 

Continue developing your fraction skills by selecting the link below. Choose as many games you like.

 

Fraction Games

 

 Tell us about the games using your teacher’s email or Class Dojo.

 

Read from these funny concrete poems on Getepic!  This collection of poems is called “Ode to Commode” 

 

Make your own concrete poem (a concrete poem is where you write a poem and then make the words into the shape of your object or topic!)

 

 

 

Choice #3

An acrostic poem uses each letter in a word to start a new line of poetry.

For example:

L- loves her students

A- always proud of her kids

W- wishes she could say “Have a great summer!” in person

R- remembers all the great moments of this year

E- excited to see everyone next year

N- noticed how great this fourth-grade class is

C- created good memories this school year

E- enjoyed getting to know all of you
Make and acrostic poem and illustrate it!

Acrostic example

Social Studies Review: Go to Epic! And read the “Visual Dictionary of a Colonial Community!”

Memory Games

 

Are you ready to test your Memory, grab a partner and select the link below and play the Memory Games

there.

 

Have Fun!!!




Memory Game PDF

Draw a self- portrait or make a representation of yourself out of play- doh, or clay.  Who will you be in 5th grade?  Label or add characteristics!