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    Below are suggested activities and assignments to complete while we are out of school. Please log onto your google account for links, passwords, and assignments for each day. To view the materials and assignments in the Science Google Classroom, you must first join our Science Google Classroom. Log onto your google account and enter our Google classroom code: cc7zxaz

    Google CLassroom    Inspire Science

    Science: Student's can access the handbook and digital interractive by logging onto the Inspire Science website and clicking on student lesson.  This will take you step by step through the entire lesson.  In the Science google classroom, follow instructions to access Inspire Science at home.  You will have access to the handbook, digital interractice, videos and lessons to help you complete the assignments in your student's Be a Scientist Notebook, that they brought home from school.  At anytime throughout our break, you may log onto MobyMax for additional material.

    Wednesday, March 18-Copy "Forces, Motion, and Energy Journal Notes" slides 1-7, from Science Google Classroom, into your Science journal. 

    Thursday, March 19- In your Be A Scientist Notebook, that you brought home, complete pages 257-258.   Then, you may play "Forces of Motion" playlist in Legends of Learning 

    Friday, March 20- In your Be A Scientist Notebook, that you brought home, complete pg. 263. Then, you may play "Forces of Motion" playlist in Legends of Learning

    Monday, March 23-In your Be A Scientist Notebook, that you brought home, complete  pg. 268-270. Then, you may play "Patterns of Motion" playlist in Legends of Learning

    Tuesday, March 24-Copy "Forces, Motion, and Energy Journal Notes" slides 8-12, from Science Google Classroom, into your Science journal.

    Wednesday, March 25-In your Be A Scientist Notebook, that you brought home, complete  pg. 271-272. Then, you may play "Patterns of Motion" playlist in Legends of Learning

    Thursday, March 26-Copy "Forces, Motion, and Energy Journal Notes" slides 13-16, from Science Google Classroom, into your Science journal.

    Friday, March 27-In your Be A Scientist Notebook, that you brought home, complete  pg. 273-274.  Then, you may play "Patterns of Motion" playlist in Legends of Learning

     Legends of LEarning                           Moby Max

     

    Math:

    Wednesday, March 18- In our Math Google Classroom - Review Topic - Adding/Subtracting Fractions & Mixed Numbers -Watch review video and do Get More Math Focused Practice.

    Thursday, March 19- Get More Math Mixed Review - Goal 20

    Friday, March 20- Sumdog Challenge - Starts today will end on Friday, March 27. Good Luck!

    Monday, March 23-In our Math Google Classroom - Review Topic - Rounding Whole Numbers - Watch review video and do Get More Math Focused Practice.

    Tuesday, March 24- Get More Math Mixed Review - Goal 20

    Wednesday, March 25-In our Math Google Classroom - Review Topic - Multiple Digit Multiplication -Watch review video and do Get More Math Focused Practice.

    Thursday, March 26-Get More Math Mixed Review - Goal 20

    Friday, March 27-In our Math Google Classroom - Review Topic - Long Division -Watch review video and do Get More Math Focused Practice.

     

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  • Important Information:

    THE 5TH GRADE NEWSLETTER IS ONLINE!

    Just go to Ridgeview's home page, click classrooms, then click 5th grade, and choose 5th grade news.  There you will find important information about all your student's subjects and activities.

    EXTRA CREDIT!!!!

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    Let me take a “SCIFIE!”

    That’s right, a Science selfie, Scifie! We want to see you doing science activities.  If you are doing any activity associated with Science, take a Scifie of yourself!  Then email it to me so I can add it to the photo album on our web page.  Students can earn 5 extra credit points for each Scifie they submit, with a 20 points max per grading period. Be ready to explain your Scifie to the class so that we can appreciate your scientific selfie moment!

    Math Important Information: ARE YOU READY? WE ARE TN MATH READY!

    TN Ready! Math is designed to show math teachers areas of need in the basic components of math, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division,decimals, fractions, word problems, and geometry. Students need to be completely honest with their understanding of TN Ready! Math. If they don't understand a problem or they get it wrong, then they must mark it wrong. Each day, we go over their TN Ready! work and I explain each problem for every set.  After each 9 weeks, I take up their TN Ready! work and, according to their bar graph, I group students into their area of need.  For example, if a student gets all the division problems correct but missed alot of fraction problems, I would work with that student in a small group on fractions.  Please encourage your student to be VERY honest about how many questions they get correct and their understanding of each component. All the questions on the quizes and tests come directly from their TN Ready! Math work in the classroom.  Friday will be TN Ready! quiz day. 

  • The NEW Math Series is ONLINE!!!

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    Clink on link above or go to www-k6.thinkcentral.com 

    Your student can log in using their AR user name and password.

    Once logged in, you will find an online version of our textbook, assignments, reports, and games.  This online access is a great way to work on any math skills that your student may need extra help with! Check out the "On the Spot" videos that show real teachers teaching the concepts as outlined in the book.

Announcements

  • IMPORTANT DATES:

     

    February

    12-Mid-terms go home

    14-Valentine's Day

    16-No Students Parent/Teacher conferences 8-3 (Letters went home 2/8)

    19-No School

    March

    9-End 3rd 9 weeks

    16-Report Cards

    20-No Students/Inservice

    26-30-Spring Break

    April

    2-No Students/Inservice

All About Me

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    My name is April White and I grew up right here in East Tennessee. I went to University School and graduated from ETSU in 1996. I also hold a master's degree from Tusculum College. That same year, I married a wonderful man, my husband Monty. We love to camp, SCUBA dive, play soccer, play baseball, and go on trips. My oldest daughter, Emily,  and her husband, John, live in Charleston, SC where she attends the College of Charleston and he is in the Navy. My youngest daughter, Elizabeth, is an athlete at King University where she is an active member of their acro and tumbling team while studying Biology and Psychology.   Ethan attends Daniel Boone High School where he enjoys football and baseball. I lenjoy summer because I value spending time with my family.

    I have been teaching 3rd grade at Ridgeview since it opened in the Fall of 2008. Before that, I taught 3rd grade at Gray Elementary School. I also taught fourth grade. But I am currently teaching math and science in fifth grade. I know we will have a great year. I truly enjoy teaching and love to see my students learn.  I believe that all children are capable of great things if just given the chance and positive support! 

    GO RAPTORS! 

    Always fun at school!