History Quiz on Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Fifth graders are scheduled to take a history quiz covering Chapters 4, 5 and 6, plus vocabulary, on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.  Students should study the answers to the assigned homework questions at the end of those chapters, as well as their vocabulary lists.  We will also review in class for the quiz on Monday and Tuesday. 

SPELLING LESSON 9

  1. SCENTED
  2. ADOLESCENT
  3. SCATTERED
  4. SCISSORS
  5. SCIENTIFIC
  6. SCREAMING
  7. MUSCLES
  8. SCALDING
  9. SCENERY
  10. CRESCENT
  11. DESCENDING
  12. SCULPTURE
  13. ESCAPE
  14. SCAMPERED
  15. SCENIC
  16. MISCELLANEOUS
  17. FASCINATING
  18. LUSCIOUS
  19. DISCIPLINE
  20. CONSCIENCE

END OF FIRST QUARTER

The first quarter for this school year ends on Friday, Oct. 26th.  Please remind your fifth grader to turn in any missing work due to absences.  Also, students with late homework assignments should show teachers any missing work that is still eligible for partial credit.  

Call for room parents!

5th grade is currently in need 2 room parents for Mr. Kimble’s class and 1 for Ms. Buri’s and Ms. McLarn’s/Mr. Weninger’s classes. If you are interested in helping out, you can sign up at Raptor Volunteer Portal. Thanks for considering!

Spelling: Lesson 8

  1. ENSURE
  2. INFORMATION
  3. EXPLORATION
  4. ASHAMED
  5. PARTIAL
  6. NOURISH
  7. SOCIAL
  8. BROCHURE
  9. INVENTION
  10. ASSURE
  11. FACIAL
  12. CONVENTION
  13. OFFICIAL
  14. MACHINERY
  15. PARACHUTE
  16. NEGOTIATE
  17. ACCOMPLISH
  18. POTENTIAL
  19. APPRECIATE
  20. QUOTIENT

Chapter 2 Science Study Guide

Chapter 2 Test Study Guide

Wednesday, October 17

Vocabulary (matching)—asteroid, Big Bang, clusters, comet, dwarf planet, equinox, galaxy, light-year, meteor, Milky Way, planet, revolution, rotation, solstice, star, waning, waxing

Eclipses—be able to draw the location of the Sun, Earth and the Moon for both solar and lunar eclipses—describe what an eclipse is and how these 2 types are similar

Compare/Contrast planets (inner/outer) and the Earth to other objects/planets in the solar system

Describe motions of the earth (revolution and rotation)—what each does and how long each takes

Based on the position of the Earth, determine the season experienced by the northern and southern hemispheres

Describe the structure/organization of the universe

Chapter 2 Science Test

The chapter 2 science test will be Wednesday, October 17th. Chapter 2 teaches about Earth in space. We learn about The Sun-Earth-Moon system, the solar system, stars, galaxies, and the universe. I will send home the review prior to the test and we will review in class on Tuesday, Oct. 16th. 

Lesson 7

  1. PURPOSE
  2. COMPOSURE
  3. DISEASES
  4. CASUAL
  5. SEASONAL
  6. RESEMBLE
  7. MEASURING
  8. HUSBAND
  9. POSITION
  10. VISUAL
  11. TROUSERS
  12. INSTRUMENTS
  13. DESIRABLE
  14. INSTRUCTOR
  15. LEISURELY
  16. DESERVING
  17. GYMNASIUM
  18. VERSION
  19. TREASURY
  20. USUALLY