5th Grade Assignments

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Upcoming events for Mr. Dibert's Classroom: 

Robotics Club Schedule, Rules, and Consequences
Link for the PDF:

Newlonsburg 4th_5th Grade Robotics Club Procedures_Rules_Consequences - Google Docs.pdf

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Mr. Dibert
Week of May 22, 2017

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Math

Final Project Final Project Deer Valley Deer Valley
Deer Valley

Reading

Novel Study
A Week In the Woods

  
 
A Week in the
 Woods
Final Test


Deer Valley
Deer Valley
Deer Valley

Science

Ecosystems
Terrarium
Ecosystems Joining Aquarium and Terrarium
Deer Valley Deer Valley
Deer Valley     
Grammar and Spelling
Novel Study
A Week In the Woods

Novel Study
A Week In the Woods
Final Test
Deer Valley

Deer Valleys

Deer Valley

Important Info:

Homework can change daily pending on
classroom progress

Students are to complete the weekly Spelling and Grammar
homework at their own pace. It is always
due on the due date written in their planner and/or on their homework packet 

 

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Mrs.Kushner
Week of May 29, 2017
I hope you have a happy summer!
              


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Math

Memorial Day  


  Math
Survival 
Project

  


   Math Review Games

             

Math Review Games Last Day of School!

Reading

Memorial Day  

 The Far Side of the Moon


    Everest  
 


Transition Day  

 Last Day of School!

 Grammar and Spelling

Memorial Day 
  Irregular
Verbs

Collect Books/ Clean Desks  
Transition Day
 Last Day of School!

 Social Studies

Memorial Day  Texas Independence  The Industrial Revolution
 Transition Day 
Last Day of School!

 Important Info:

Homework can change daily pending classroom progress
           


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My child has too much homework.
Help break assignments into manageable chunks. Ask the teacher how long homework should take. If it’s taking your child longer, he may not understand the material.
My child claims to never have homework.
Check with the teacher to see whether he is assigning homework. Some do not. If your daughter says she completed her homework at school, review it to make sure it meets your standards. Encourage her to spend her homework time reading a book of her choice.
My child won’t do her homework.
Let her know that school is her job and that you expect her to do her homework. Set aside a time and place for her to do it, and review her work. Enforce appropriate consequences if homework doesn’t get done.
My child procrastinates.
Check your child’s progress on long-term projects daily so he doesn’t fall behind. Enforce a set time for homework so he can’t put it off until late at night or just before the bus arrives in the morning. Some kids need more homework oversight than others, and a procrastinator often needs especially close monitoring.
My child is disorganized.
Help her find tools to get organized and work with her on a system she can manage. Show her how you stay organized and remind her of the consequences of disorganization, such as losing an assignment.
My child is a perfectionist.
Set limits for time spent on homework. Praise her good work while letting her know you don’t expect her to be perfect because perfection is unattainable. Encourage interests in other things such as an activity, socializing, or just chilling out.
My child argues with me over homework.
Set a firm time and place for homework. Spell out clear consequences for not doing it. Then step back and let your child take responsibility for his learning. Review his work upon completion. Let him know you’ll loosen the reins when he shows he can do his work without arguing.
I can’t help because I don’t understand the assignment.
Seek guidance from the textbook and your child, asking your child to walk you through the steps to solve the problem. Math instruction in particular has changed over the years. Resist the urge to teach the problem-solving method you learned, which can create confusion.