September 8-11

Zoom Schedules

Zoom links will be posted in our "Zoom Links & Check-ins" class in Google Classroom 15-30 minutes before the scheduled meeting time. 

Meetings start promptly at their scheduled time and not before, please wait in the waiting room.

Small Group 

Zoom

Schedule

Whole Class
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Whole Class Zoom

Tuesday 8:30-9:00

September 8th

YOUR WEEK AT A GLANCE

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ELA (Complete Assignments in Order)

  1. Read Sign of the Beaver (Chapters 11 & 12): Read chapters 11 & 12 in your Sign of the Beaver Book.  Be sure to read carefully, please do not read ahead.

  2. Sign of the Beaver (Chapters 11 & 12) Google Forms: Complete the Google Form on Google Classroom/ELA. You may look back in your book to find answers and you can also look up the definitions to words that you do not know. 

  3. Brain Pop: First, log onto Brainpop (Username: kzerlang  Password: sequoia45). Select “Fifth Grade” as your profile. Then, in the search bar type in the names of the following videos and watch each of the 3 videos.  Watch the videos: Subject and Predicate, Run On Sentences, and Sentence Fragments.

  4. Nearpod Sentences: First go to Nearpod, enter the code NSWGY under where it says Students Join a Lesson. Click “join” after you have entered the code.

  5. Boom Cards: Log onto Boom Cards and complete the assigned deck called “Sentence, Fragment, or Run On.”

  6. Spelling City Activities: Complete the Spelling City activities in the order they are listed. Please do not use your spelling words when you are on Spelling City.  Activities need to be done by 3:30 on Friday. Please remember, you DO NOT log into spelling city with your Google Account.  Username are your first and last name with no spaces & no capital letters.  Passwords are your 4-digit lunch numbers, no zeros at the end.








     

  7. Spelling City Test: Complete the Spelling Test on Spelling City. This test needs to be done by 3:30 on Friday.

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MATH (Complete Assignments in Order)

  1. Khan Academy Video & Lessons: First, go to Clever, the go to H. Burkhart's Page, and then click on Khan Academy. Next, click on “Login in with your existing account”, then “Continue with Google”. Your assignments will show up on the left side. Watch the assigned videos and complete the assigned lessons.

  2. Place Value Coach Lesson on Google Forms: Complete the Google Forms assignment on Google Classroom/Math.  You may use online resources to help you answer the questions. 

SCIENCE (Complete Assignments in Order)

Science assignments this week will be found primarily online through McGraw Hill.  Go to Clever, click on McGraw Hill, and then you will see Inspire Science on the top.  Click Launch.  Once it opens, you will find the list of activities to be done on this page for the week.  There are assignments on other sites this week as well, so be sure to read the directions carefully!

  1. Videos: Watch the BrainPop Jr. Video and then watch the Crash Course Kids Video.

  2. Science Probe: Chemical Change: Complete the activity and questions through Clever/McGraw Hill / Inspire Science.

  3. Physical vs. Chemical Notebook Pages: Pull the 2 pages out of your Science Interactive Notebook packet titled Physical vs. Chemical.  Cut out all of the pieces, there are 5 total.  Fold in half as seen in the pictures below.  As you learn about Physical vs. Chemical properties and changes this week, work on filling out the boxes.  If you get stuck, use the pictures to help, but do as much as you can on your own.  When you have completed this assignment, take a picture and upload it to the assignment on Google Classroom.










































     

  4. EXPLAIN/ Read Changes in Matter: Complete the activity and questions through Clever/McGraw Hill / Inspire Science.

  5. ENGAGE/Encounter the Phenomenon: Physical & Chemical Changes: Complete the activity and questions through Clever/McGraw Hill / Inspire Science.

  6. EXPLORE/Make Your Claim: Physical & Chemical Changes: Complete the activity and questions through Clever/McGraw Hill / Inspire Science.

  7. Physical & Chemical Changes Scavenger Hunt on Google Classroom: Complete the Google Forms assignment on Google Classroom/Science.  

  8. EVALUATE/Lesson Check: Physical & Chemical Changes: Complete the questions through Clever/McGraw Hill / Inspire Science.

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HISTORY (Complete Assignments in Order)

  1. Studies Weekly Week 3 - American Indians of the Pacific Northwest: Log in to Studies Weekly using your Clever account.  Read or listen to all of the articles. You do NOT have to so the Think & Review or the Let’s write.
    Articles Include:
    Welcome to Ozette!
    Help a Rat and Learn to Run the Country this Year!
    Pre-Columbian Indians of the Pacific Northwest
    Totem Poles
    The Pacific Northwest
    21st Century Totem Pole
     

  2. American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Notebook: Pull out the page titled “Native Americans of the Southwest”.  As you read the articles in Studies Weekly, fill out all of the information you can  about the Pueblo Native Americans on the notebook page.  Use the picture below to help you fill out the information about the Navajo.  When it is complete, Glue it into your notebook.  You may have to fold it in half in order for it to fit neatly.
     

  3. Studies Weekly Week 3 Test - American Indians of the Pacific Northwest:  Log in to Studies Weekly using your Clever account. Read and answer each question carefully. I recommend having the paper version out and finding and highlighting the answer on that before marking any answers on the quiz.  It could also work to have two tabs open as you take the test.  One tab will be the articles for you to refer to, the other with the test. Make sure you read each question carefully!
     

  4. Make Your Own Totem Pole: Using the linked information design a totem pole that defines who you are. Use a recycled paper towel cardboard tube, some toilet paper tubes taped together, or roll a piece of paper and tape. Use crayons, markers, or paint to design your totem poles. If you’d like wings, cut a half circle or similar shape from paper and design. Tape to back of cardboard totem pole.

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