Thanksgiving Break –The week of November 21st–Happy Thanksgiving!! No school
November –December Service Project—“Canstruction”
GOAL–100 CANS PER CLASS.
We love this project for our kids. We are working on our ideas for our “Canstructions” this next week. Everyone is encourage to submit an idea. This is a great project to remind your student that there are many kids in Jackson that open their cabinets to nothing. We will collect cans for two weeks. We will build our project the week before Thanksgiving. PLEASE SEND THOSE CANS IN THE NEXT WEEK. We take anything. We took some of our cans last year to the Care Center and Dream Center. Both of these programs help single women with and without children to feel loved and supported with food as well as shelter so they have a better life.
CHRISTMAS PARTY–DECEMBER 14TH–
Christmas Break—December 19th through Jan 1st–Return Jan 2nd
Day schedule is 8:30 to 12:15 Start Promptly at 8:30 but please arrive right after 8:15 so they have time to visit, go to the restroom and get ready for our day. Pick up is after 12:10 but before 12:15.
Bring a healthy snack–no peanuts, Water or juice rather than soda, may want to send two snacks.We do have a peanut allergy in this class.
Bring a light jacket–can be hot or cold in some rooms.
Art will be Thursday–starting the first day. Remember to bring your Art Homework -Thursdays.
This age it is important to socialize and always be kind. Great behavior is expected.
We want everyone to have a great new year.
Encourage your student to talk and meet to our new friends while catching up with our Faith friends. We want everyone to have a great new year.
9:40 – 9:50 Snack 9:25 – 10:15 Art
9:50 – 11:00 Math 10:15 – 10:25 Snack
11:05 – 12:15 Science 10:30 – 11:20 Math
XXX 11:25 – 12:15 Science
To the 2017-2018 6th grade students: August 10, 2017 is coming soon and I am excited to meet you all! Don’t forget to bring all your supplies labeled with your name. Also, be sure to have your novel with you the first day as well (6th-Holes). On the first day of school, we will spend some time getting to know each other, getting organized with books and materials, and learning about what my guidelines for the year will be for our class. Please make sure that you bring a composition book the first day of school! They have some at Kroger for 50 cents!
This year at Faith, I hope to help your child be organized and more responsible with classwork, homework, projects, and time. My hope is that you will help your child with these skills in the beginning but that soon they will gain ownership of most of the responsibility. Each day I will teach a grammar lesson and a writing lesson. On Tuesday, in addition to grammar and writing, we will discuss our novel. I will give homework in grammar and writing on Tuesday and Thursday. Our novel assignments will be given on Thursday so your child will have Friday-Tuesday to complete the reading and discussion questions. We will move along quickly in order to Fall 6th grade agenda 2017 new the curriculum. I will need your child to complete the work at home and for you to check the completed work to make sure your child’s practice is resulting in mastery of the new skill taught each week. *NOTICE! The homework assignments need to be checked at home. I will check the classwork done on Tuesday and Thursday as well as the completed novel projects and final writing assignments. Please feel free to use the homework you check as another grade. Grammar tests will be given at Faith. In order for your child to participate in novel discussions, they will need to bring completed discussion questions to class on Tuesday each week. For the vocabulary portion of the discussion guide, I would prefer we all use merriam-webster.com. That way we all have similar definitions. I will not grade these for correct answer but will take a grade on participation. Therefore, these are important to have completed. They will also serve as a study guide for the end of novel test. I will update the agenda each week so you will be aware of what we did in class. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or as needs may arise. I will get back to you as soon as I can. My email is: email@example.com
**This year we will be reading a Newberry Award winning novel entitled Holes, by Louis Sachar. It is an adventure book for ages 8-12. It is a humorous and moving book that children really respond to. As we begin to read this book, other topics I want to make you aware of are: unfairness of Stanley’s life, cold-hearted viciousness of some of the authority figures, violence, and love between different races that leads to lynching. The overall themes of friendship, loyalty, and redemption are why this book was chosen as part of the sixth grade curriculum. That will be what our class discussions will focus on. Please feel free to discuss these topics with your child at home as we read it this Fall.
Math Agenda-Nov. and Dec. Plans
Proud of our kids and their hard work. We will be taking it up a level in Sixth Grade. Some need to push ahead to a higher level of working. They should not continue to make the same mistakes. We will be working on that in class together.
Please contact me anytime. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
November 6th–Monday–Lesson 11 Video
November 7th–Tuesday-Lesson 11A and 11B
November 8th–Lesson 11C and 11D
November 9th–Lesson 11E
November 10th-Lesson 11F and 11G; Test 11
November 13th–Monday–Video 12
Nov. 14th–Tuesday–Lesson 12A and 12B
Nov. 15th–Wednesday–Lesson 12C and 12D
Nov. 16th– Thursday–Lesson 12E
Nov 17th–Lesson 12F and 12G; Test 12
Happy THANKSGIVING –NO CLASSES–ENJOY YOUR FAMILY!!!
NOV. 27TH—-Monday–Video 13
NOV. 28TH–Tuesday 13A AND 13B
NOV. 29TH–Wednesday-13C and 13D
DECEMBER 1ST–FRIDAY–13F AND 13G; TEST 13
DECEMBER 4TH-MONDAY–VIDEO 14
DECEMBER 5TH–TUESDAY–LESSON 14A AND 14B
DECEMBER 6TH–WEDNESDAY–LESSON 14C AND 14D
DECEMBER 7TH–THURSDAY–LESSON 14E
DECEMBER 8TH–FRIDAY–LESSON 14F AND 14G; TEST 14
DECEMBER 12TH–MID TERM REVIEW SHEETS
DECEMBER 13TH–WEDNESDAY–REVIEW WORK IN CLASS- LEARNING MATH CENTERS
DECEMBER 14TH–THURSDAY–Party Day
DECEMBER 15TH–CHRISTMAS BREAK—SEE YOU IN THE NEW YEAR
Jan 2nd–Lesson 15 _________________________________________________________________
Thanks for all you do!!!!
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I am SO excited that I get to teach 4th Grade Science this year! We will have a great time and learn tons! Along with information we will study from your textbooks and Activity Manuals, we will be doing several hands-on activities! The Scientific Method will be used often in class. We will begin talking about the steps involved in the Scientific Method on the first day of school!
Students are responsible for being prepared for class. Just a few ways that you can be prepared:
1. Be on time! Class begins as 8:30 a.m.
2. Always bring your textbook, Activity Manual, binder (with agenda/planner), pencils, etc.
3. Always complete any homework that has been assigned. Each night, I will assign pages to read in your textbook and Activity Manual pages to complete. There will be quizzes to study for as well.
4. Always ask for help! That is what I am here for!
11/2 – Study for Quiz 4A. Bring in edible plant OR animal cell model on 11/7.
11/7 – Read pgs. 93-99. Complete AM 65-66.
11/9 – Study for Quiz 4B. Write keyword definitions from pg. 100 in Interactive Science Journal. Begin studying for Chapter 4 Test on 11/16.
11/14 – Study for Chapter 4 Test on 11/16. (Update: 3 – 5 proposed Science Fair Ideas Due on 11/16.)
11/16 – Complete AM 72-73. (Update: Review Science Fair Packet with parents. Final Science Fair Idea Due on 11/28.)
11/21 – Thanksgiving Break – No Class
11/23 – Thanksgiving Break – No Class
11/28 – Read pgs. 112-115. Complete AM 75-77. (Update: Begin developing Science Fair source facts – Due 12/5.)
11/30 – Complete Take Home Quiz 5A (No Books, please) and return on 12/5. Complete AM 78. (Update: Develop Science Fair source facts – Due 12/5.)
If you have any questions about Science, please email Lisa Woosley at email@example.com.