These are the daily interactive lessons for our grade 5 scholars.
Ms. Julie Chang
Ms. Irma Diaz
Ms. Rachel Schlosser
Ms. Leah Wolf
|11||ELA: Eye in the Sky|
MATH: Write a Story Problem with Tape Diagrams
SOCIAL STUDIES: What was the purpose of the Twelve Tables?
|12||ELA: Montana Bear Attack|
MATH: Multi-step Fraction Word Problems
SCIENCE: How and why do shadows change over the course of the day?
|13||ELA: A Planet Without Apes|
MATH: Divide Numbers and Decimal by 0.1 and 0.01
SOCIAL STUDIES: How did the Roman Republic expand its territory?
|14||ELA: After the Storm|
MATH: Estimate Quotients by Rounding
SCIENCE: Why is there day and night?
|15||ELA: Creative Writing|
MATH: Scholar Feedback
SOCIAL STUDIES: How was the Roman Republic able to maintain control of its territory?
|16||ELA: Lava on the Loose|
MATH: Express Remainders as Decimals and Fractions
SOCIAL STUDIES: How democratic was the Roman Republic?
|17||ELA: Saved by Selfies?|
MATH: Divide a Decimal by a Whole Number
SCIENCE: Our Changing Seasons
MATH: Divide a Whole Number by a Decimal
SOCIAL STUDIES: How did the Roman Republic come to an end?
|19||ELA: Exerpts from Brian’s Winter and Call it Courage|
MATH: Divide Decimal by Decimal
SCIENCE: How does the Earth move relative to the sun?
|20||ELA: Performance Task Prep|
MATH: Day 16-20 Review
SOCIAL STUDIES: What kind of leader was Augustus?
|21||ELA: Performance Task|
MATH: Solve Multi-Step Problems Involving All Operations
SOCIAL STUDIES: How did the Romans maintain their empire?
|22||ELA: Attune to Temblors|
MATH: Classify Polygons and Non-Polygons
SCIENCE: How does the night sky change on a nightly and yearly basis?
|23||ELA: Big Bad Wolf|
MATH: Understanding Attributes of Two-Dimensional Figures
SOCIAL STUDIES: What did Chinese philosophers think was the ideal form of government?
|24||ELA: Where the Red Fern Grows|
MATH: Shapes with Parallel Lines
SCIENCE: How do stars move during the night and the year?
|25||ELA: Creative Writing|
MATH: Unit 6 Lessons 1-3 Quiz
SOCIAL STUDIES: The Qin Dynasty
|27||ELA: Ocean Noises|
MATH: Are Parallelograms Rectangles?
SCIENCE: Seasonal Appearance of Stars in Night Skies
|28||ELA: Flowers in Spring|
MATH: Squares or not?
SOCIAL STUDIES: What caused the fall of the Qin dynasty?
|29||ELA: Attack of the Man Eaters|
MATH: Categorizing Rhombus
SCIENCE: What do we know about plants and plant growth?
|30||ELA: Creative Writing|
SOCIAL STUDIES: How was the Han Dynasty a response to the Qin Dynasty?
|31||ELA: Diary Writing Day 1|
MATH: Unit 8 Lesson 7 Justify Reasonableness of Measurements
SOCIAL STUDIES: How did the Han Dynasty expand their empire?
|32||ELA: Diary Writing Day 2|
MATH: Unit 8 Lesson 8 Classify Triangles
SCIENCE: Where do plants get their materials for food and growth?
MATH: Unit 8 Lesson 9 Classify Triangles by their Angles and Sides
SOCIAL STUDIES: How was the Han Dynasty able to maintain its empire?
|34||ELA: Sketch Notes|
MATH: Unit 9 Lesson 1
SCIENCE: How do plants produce the food we eat?
|35||ELA: Creative Writing|
MATH: Coordinate Plane Vocab.
SOCIAL STUDIES: The Zoot Suit Riots
|36||ELA: Free Write|
MATH: Unit 9 Lesson 1 Part 2
SOCIAL STUDIES: Compare: The Han and Roman Empires
|37||CARE AND COMPASSION DAY: NO SCHOOL|
|38||ELA: This I Believe pt.1|
MATH: Unit 9 Lesson 2
SOCIAL STUDIES: Compare: Maintaining the Han and Roman Empires
|39||ELA: This I Believe pt.2|
MATH: Unit 9 Lesson 3 (Identify Patterns in Coordinate Pairs)
SCIENCE: How does the number of plants in an ecosystem compare to the number of animals?
|40||ELA: Publish Writing, Letters (optional)|
SOCIAL STUDIES: Why are people out in the streets?