Resources for Grades 4-6
Social Studies Google Classroom Code: 631h4i5
Science Google Classroom Code: 06lgsws
Homework Sheets 4-6
Week at a Glance
November 5 - Point Dume Field Trip ($2 and Permission Slip)
November 18 - States and capitals test (all) - Quizlet flashcards link: https://quizlet.com/join/wThFf5EF9
October 28, Monday - Master the states north and west of Texas
November 4, Monday - Master the middle states
November 11, Monday - Master the eastern states
November 18, Monday - Test over all states and capital
History Museum Deadlines
November 6, Wednesday - Turn in monologue.
November 11, Monday - Turn in backdrop. Have your monologue memorized.
November 12, Tuesday - Museum Night rehearsal
November 14, Thursday - Museum Night
Native America Project Deadlines
October 21 - Three books on topic from library
October 28 - Finish research
November 3 - Return to me any books I let you borrow. Turn in notes if you haven't already done so.
Deadlines for Garden Crews
Flag crew - Create a flag by Friday, October 18
Fence Crew - Proposal for Fall Fair booth by Friday, October 11
Compost Crew - Teach school about compost on Friday, October 11. Start collecting food scraps on Monday, October 14.
Worm Casting Crew - Blueprints for worm casting bin on Friday, October 11
Resource Managers - Get a bucket by Friday, October 11
Our Country Project
Objective: To create opportunity
For wonder and creativity to come to life
For students to have individual and corporate ownership over the outcome of a large project
To connect classroom learning to real life skills and problem solving
To develop the leadership skills and character habits vital to being successful and impactful
Throughout the year, we are focusing on developing the seven habits of effective people, as laid out in Steven Covey’s book.
Keep the end in mind
Put first things first
Seek first to understand, then to be understood
Sharpen the saw
Job Descriptions and Responsibilities