Homework and Happenings 6-14-17

Week of 6-12-17 until 6-16-17

Class News: 

  • Friday, June 16th is our 5th grade promotion ceremony at 10:15 a.m.. Parents need to attend.
  • Your child has a summer learning plan for reading and math to complete online for middle school. They will be graded on it in their first semester. They have to do the work during summer vacation.
  • Continue to read from the stories in ELA booklet and answer the questions. Also, practice online the sample passages that are under student resources on the Dearborn Public Schools website. 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents and the 50 states on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday:  Was your child in The Talent Show?  DVDs are for sale in the office with Ms. Amged or in Mrs. Dakroub’s office. They are $10 each

Friday: Summer Workbooks are available for purchase from the office at $12 each. First come first serve. 

MONDAY 6-12: CORE VALUE ASSEMBLY FOR March, April and May Students of the Month, Bucketfillers, Best Effort, Math Masters and NWEA recipients. Ask the teacher if your child is to be honored.  Pre K to 2 will have their assembly at 1:15 and 3 to 5 will have their assembly at 1:50 pm 

Friday 6-16  Last day of school is a half day. Students will be dismissed at 11;45.  5th grade promotion begins at 10:15 am in the gym.

Hello Parents,

In order to maintain and strengthen your child’s skills in language arts and math, and to prevent  the loss of learning during summer break, we are providing below the online links our students are familiar with.  We will also provide practice workbooks sold by the school on a first come first serve basis. They will be available for grades K-5 in the office and can be purchased for $12 each.

It is important your child continues to read and write on a daily basis throughout the summer. They should use the resources provided here to ensure their readiness for the upcoming  school year and the first round of NWEA testing in September.

Sincerely,

The Oakman Team

الاهل الاعزاء،

من أجل الحفاظ وتعزيز قدرة أولادكم في اللغة والرياضيات، ومنع فقدان مهارات التعلم خلال عطلة الصيف، نود تقديم هذه المواقع ادناه على الانترنت ، والتي يعرفها طلابنا وهم على دراية بكيفية استعمالها. وسوف نقدم أيضا بعض الكتب التي تحتوي على بعض التمارين ومتوفرة  في المدرسة على أساس من يأتي أولا. هذه المواد متاحة للصفوف K-5 في المكتب، ويمكن شراؤها مقابل 12 $ لكل منها.

من المهم أن يستمر أولادكم في القراءة والكتابة بشكل يومي طوال فصل الصيف. وينبغي أن يستخدموا الموارد المقدمة هنا لضمان استعدادهم للعام الدراسي القادم والجولة الأولى من اختبار NWEA في ايلول/سبتمبر.

بإخلاص،
فريق أوكمان

For math drills just like in the Math A Thon:

https://moodle.dearbornschools.org/login/index.php

For extra practice links go to  Oakman School News:

https://oakman.dearbornschools.org/student-links/

https://oakman.dearbornschools.org/3-nwea-links-and-other-practice-sites/

For  Khan Academy,  Moby Max, My-On, and  RIT Score practice:

CLEVER “HOW TO”

***First log out of previous users Google account ***

Then:

  1.   Go to the internet. Go to Google
  2.   Type in the Google box “dearbornschools.org
  3.   Click on the top right tab “Resources”
  4.   The tab drops and click on “For Students”
  5.   Go down to the far left side of screen and click on the big blue box that says “CLEVER”
  6.   Put in the child’s entire student number like this ***********@deabornschools.org for the first time you sign in. You can say to your child “put in your blue number” like the teacher does.
  7.   The password is the birthday. The year is first (4 digits), then the month (two digits), then the date (two digits) ALL TOGETHER with no slashes or spaces.

You can say to your child “put in your black number” like on your reading bag.

Example: 20100922

“كيفيةاستعمال موقع كلفر”

*** تأكد من عدم وجود مستخد اخرعلى الموقع ***

ثم:

  1. انتقل إلى الإنترنت. اذهب الى غوغل
  2. اكتب في مربع غوغل “dearbornschools.org
  3. انقر على علامة التبويب العلوي الأيمن “الموارد”
  4. انقر على “للطلاب”
  5. اذهب الى الأسفل إلى أقصى الجانب الأيسر من الشاشة وانقر على المربع الأزرق الكبير الذي يقول “CLEVER
  6. ضع رقم الطالب بأكمله مثل هذا ***********@deabornschools.org للمرة الأولى لتسجيل الدخول. تستطيع أن تقول لطفلك “ضع الرقم الأزرق ” مثل ما تفعل المعلمة.
  7. كلمة السر هي عيد ميلاد الطالب. تسجل عل الشكل التالي: اربع ارقام للعام، رقمين للشهر، ورقمين لليوم. مثلاً اذا كان تاريخ الولادة 5 ايار 2007 يجب وضع الارقام بهذه الطريقة” 05052007″.

يمكنك أن تقول لطفلك “ضع رقمك الأسود” كما تفغل المعلة. مثال:

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Thursday, June 8th

Week of 6-05-17 until 6-09-17

Class News: 

  • Spelling Test tomorrow
  •  DRA testing in reading is complete. Ask your child to show you their updated DRA graph showing their new reading level in their homework folder. I updated all the graphs I previously gave to them because they were responsible for keeping it in their folder.
  • Did you child show you their NWEA reports I sent home with them?
  • Please review your child’s planner. Please check it every night with your child.
  • Look at your child’s new spelling words.
  • Continue to read from the stories in ELA booklet and answer the questions. Also, practice online the sample passages that are under student resources on the Dearborn Public Schools website. 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Fill out your Reading List after completing a book on MyOn, library book, or article from Scholastic News.
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive. You must write all your spelling words in cursive and turn it in on Friday.
  • Writing: Finish your narrative, opinion, and informational  pieces.

Spelling Homework:

Monday-Thursday:Choose one of the 30 ways to practice your spelling words in your spelling notebook.

  • Monday is the pre-test.Write the words you spelled incorrectly 3 times each before Friday’s test.
  • Friday is the post-test.

 Spelling Words:

  1. bicyclist
  2. semicircle
  3. cylinder
  4. cyclone
  5. encyclopedia
  6. semifinalist
  7. semisweet
  8. recycle
  9. semicolon
  10. tricycle
  11. federalism
  12. ratify
  13. parentheses
  14. operations
  15. nutrition

Weekly Objectives 6-05-17

Week of 6-05-17 until 6-09-17

Class News: 

  •  DRA testing in reading is complete. Ask your child to show you their updated DRA graph showing their new reading level in their homework folder. I updated all the graphs I previously gave to them because they were responsible for keeping it in their folder.
  • Did you child show you their NWEA reports I sent home with them?

Tuesday:

  • Please review your child’s planner. Please check it every night with your child.
  • Look at your child’s new spelling words.
  • Continue to read from the stories in ELA booklet and answer the questions. Also, practice online the sample passages that are under student resources on the Dearborn Public Schools website. 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Fill out your Reading List after completing a book on MyOn, library book, or article from Scholastic News.
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive. You must write all your spelling words in cursive and turn it in on Friday.
  • Writing: Finish your narrative, opinion, and informational  pieces.

Spelling Homework:

Monday-Thursday:Choose one of the 30 ways to practice your spelling words in your spelling notebook.

  • Monday is the pre-test.Write the words you spelled incorrectly 3 times each before Friday’s test.
  • Friday is the post-test.

 Spelling Words:

  1. bicyclist
  2. semicircle
  3. cylinder
  4. cyclone
  5. encyclopedia
  6. semifinalist
  7. semisweet
  8. recycle
  9. semicolon
  10. tricycle
  11. federalism
  12. ratify
  13. parentheses
  14. operations
  15. nutrition

Weekly Reading Objectives:

RI.5.6 Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.

RI.5.9 Integrate information from several texts on the same topic in order to write or speak about the subject knowledgeably.

RI.5.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at high end of the grades 4-5 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

L.5.2(a)  Use punctuation to separate items in a series.

Writing Weekly Objectives:

W.5.1

Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.

  1. Introduce a topic/text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which ideas are logically grouped.
  2. Provide logically ordered reasons that are supported by facts and details.
  3. Link opinion and reasons using words, phrases, and clauses (e.g., consequently, specifically).
  4. Provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented.

Math Weekly Objectives:

Strand: 15.2 Measurement And Data

Standard: 15.2.2 Represent And Interpret Data.

CCSS – GLCE: 15.2.2.1 5.MD.2 Make a line plot to display a data set of measurements in fractions of a unit (1/2, 1/4, 1/8). Use operations on fractions for this grade to solve problems involving information presented in line plots. For example, given different measurements of liquid in identical beakers, find the amount of liquid each beaker would contain if the total amount in all the beakers were redistributed equally.

Ability to make a line plot to display a data set of fractional measurements. (1/2, 1/4, 1/8) S
Ability to use fractional operations to solve problems involving information presented on line plot. S
Knowledge of whole numbers on a line plot to represent and interpret fractional data on a line plot. (4.MD.4) K

Strand: 15.3 Number And Operations In Base Ten

Standard: 15.3.1 Understand The Place Value System.

CCSS – GLCE: 15.3.1.2 5.NBT.2 Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.

Ability to explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10. S
Ability to use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10. S
Knowledge of exponents with powers of 10. K

Strand: 15.5 Operations And Algebraic Thinking

Standard: 15.5.1 Write And Interpret Numerical Expressions.

CCSS – GLCE: 15.5.1.1 5.OA.1 Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols.

Ability to build on knowledge of order of operations (3.OA.8), introduce brackets and braces look like, and that these may not be used in an expression unless parentheses are present first. S
Knowledge of solving multiple expressions using whole numbers. K

CCSS – GLCE: 15.5.1.2 5.OA.2 Write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers, and interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them. For example, express the calculation “add 8 and 7, then multiply by 2” as 2 × (8 + 7). Recognize that 3 × (18932 + 921) is three times as large as 18932 + 921, without having to calculate the indicated sum or product.

Ability to apply reasoning of the four operations, while describing relationships between numbers. S
Ability to describe the relationship between expressions without actually calculating them, verbally and written.


Science Weekly Objectives:

L.EV.05.11 Explain how behavioral characteristics (adaptation, instinct, learning, habit) of animals help them to survive in their environment.
L.EV.05.12 Describe the physical characteristics (traits) of organisms that help them survive in their environment.

Social Studies Weekly Objectives:

5 – U3.1.3 Using an event from the Revolutionary era (e.g., Boston Tea Party, quartering of soldiers, writs of assistance, closing of colonial legislatures), explain how British and colonial views on authority and the use of power without authority differed (views on representative government).
5 – U3.1.4 Describe the role of the First and Second Continental Congress in unifying the colonies (addressing the Intolerable Acts, declaring independence, drafting the Articles of Confederation).
5 – U3.1.6 Identify the role that key individuals played in leading the colonists to revolution, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Thomas Paine.
5 – U3.1.8 Identify a problem confronting people in the colonies, identify alternative choices for addressing the problem with possible consequences, and describe the course of action taken.

Survey 5-30-17

Dear Oakman ES  Student,

 

You are invited to to take this survey to help us find out how you feel about your school. This is not a test. There are no right or wrong answers.  Your answers will help improve our school.

Please note that all survey types are user anonymous and cannot be linked back to the student.

 

Click on this link to take the survey:  Student Survey Link

 

Sincerely,
Mr. Abu-Rus

Homework and Happenings 5-25-17

Week of 5-22-17 until 5-26-17

Class News: 

  • I will continue DRA testing in reading.
  • Look over the new NWEA scores in your child’s homework folder.
  • I hope you enjoyed the volleyball game today! It was fun!
  • Our Unis field trip is on May 30th. Please bring back the permission slip by Thursday, May 25th.
  • No School on Friday, May 26th and Monday, May 29th due to Memorial Day.

Thursday:

  • Please review your child’s planner. Please check it every night with your child.
  • Look at your child’s new spelling words.
  • Continue to read from the stories in ELA booklet and answer the questions. Also, practice online the sample passages that are under student resources on the Dearborn Public Schools website. 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Fill out your Reading List after completing a book on MyOn, library book, or article from Scholastic News.
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive. You must write all your spelling words in cursive and turn it in on Friday.
  • Writing: Finish your narrative, opinion, and informational  pieces.

Spelling Homework:

Monday-Thursday:Choose one of the 30 ways to practice your spelling words in your spelling notebook.

  • Monday is the pre-test.Write the words you spelled incorrectly 3 times each before Friday’s test.
  • Friday is the post-test.

 Spelling Words:

  1. interaction
  2. interesting
  3. interview
  4. persuade
  5. performance
  6. intercept
  7. international
  8. perfection
  9. intersection
  10. permission
  11. Constitution
  12. amendment
  13. individual
  14. promote
  15. expression

Weekly Objectives 5-22-17

Week of 5-22-17 until 5-26-17

Class News: 

  • I will continue DRA testing in reading.
  • I will send home NWEA reports this week.
  • Wednesday is the school concert at 2 p.m..
  • Thursday is the volleyball game: 5th Grade versus Oakman Teachers
  • Our Unis field trip is on May 30th. Please bring back the permission slip by Thursday, May 25th.
  • No School on Friday, May 26th and Monday, May 29th due to Memorial Day.

Tuesday:

  • Please review your child’s planner. Please check it every night with your child.
  • Look at your child’s new spelling words.
  • Continue to read from the stories in ELA booklet and answer the questions. Also, practice online the sample passages that are under student resources on the Dearborn Public Schools website. 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Fill out your Reading List after completing a book on MyOn, library book, or article from Scholastic News.
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive. You must write all your spelling words in cursive and turn it in on Friday.
  • Writing: Finish your narrative, opinion, and informational  pieces.

Spelling Homework:

Monday-Thursday:Choose one of the 30 ways to practice your spelling words in your spelling notebook.

  • Monday is the pre-test.Write the words you spelled incorrectly 3 times each before Friday’s test.
  • Friday is the post-test.

 Spelling Words:

  1. interaction
  2. interesting
  3. interview
  4. persuade
  5. performance
  6. intercept
  7. international
  8. perfection
  9. intersection
  10. permission
  11. Constitution
  12. amendment
  13. individual
  14. promote
  15. expression

Weekly Reading Objectives:

RI.5.6 Analyze multiple accounts of the same event or topic, noting important similarities and differences in the point of view they represent.

RI.5.9 Integrate information from several texts on the same topic in order to write or speak about the subject knowledgeably.

L.5.2(a)  Use punctuation to separate items in a series.

 

Writing Weekly Objectives:

W.5.1

Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.

  1. Introduce a topic/text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which ideas are logically grouped.
  2. Provide logically ordered reasons that are supported by facts and details.
  3. Link opinion and reasons using words, phrases, and clauses (e.g., consequently, specifically).
  4. Provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented.

Math Weekly Objectives:

 

Strand: 15.2 Measurement And Data

Standard: 15.2.2 Represent And Interpret Data.

CCSS – GLCE: 15.2.2.1 5.MD.2 Make a line plot to display a data set of measurements in fractions of a unit (1/2, 1/4, 1/8). Use operations on fractions for this grade to solve problems involving information presented in line plots. For example, given different measurements of liquid in identical beakers, find the amount of liquid each beaker would contain if the total amount in all the beakers were redistributed equally.

Ability to make a line plot to display a data set of fractional measurements. (1/2, 1/4, 1/8) S
Ability to use fractional operations to solve problems involving information presented on line plot. S

 

Knowledge of whole numbers on a line plot to represent and interpret fractional data on a line plot. (4.MD.4) K

Strand: 15.3 Number And Operations In Base Ten

Standard: 15.3.1 Understand The Place Value System.

CCSS – GLCE: 15.3.1.2 5.NBT.2 Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.

Ability to explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10. S
Ability to use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10. S

 

Knowledge of exponents with powers of 10. K

Strand: 15.5 Operations And Algebraic Thinking

Standard: 15.5.1 Write And Interpret Numerical Expressions.

CCSS – GLCE: 15.5.1.1 5.OA.1 Use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols.

Ability to build on knowledge of order of operations (3.OA.8), introduce brackets and braces look like, and that these may not be used in an expression unless parentheses are present first. S
Knowledge of solving multiple expressions using whole numbers. K

CCSS – GLCE: 15.5.1.2 5.OA.2 Write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers, and interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them. For example, express the calculation “add 8 and 7, then multiply by 2” as 2 × (8 + 7). Recognize that 3 × (18932 + 921) is three times as large as 18932 + 921, without having to calculate the indicated sum or product.

Ability to apply reasoning of the four operations, while describing relationships between numbers. S  
Ability to describe the relationship between expressions without actually calculating them, verbally and written.


Science Weekly Objectives:

L.EV.05.11 Explain how behavioral characteristics (adaptation, instinct, learning, habit) of animals help them to survive in their environment.
L.EV.05.12 Describe the physical characteristics (traits) of organisms that help them survive in their environment.

Social Studies Weekly Objectives:

5 – U3.1.3 Using an event from the Revolutionary era (e.g., Boston Tea Party, quartering of soldiers, writs of assistance, closing of colonial legislatures), explain how British and colonial views on authority and the use of power without authority differed (views on representative government).
5 – U3.1.4 Describe the role of the First and Second Continental Congress in unifying the colonies (addressing the Intolerable Acts, declaring independence, drafting the Articles of Confederation).
5 – U3.1.6 Identify the role that key individuals played in leading the colonists to revolution, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Thomas Paine.
5 – U3.1.8 Identify a problem confronting people in the colonies, identify alternative choices for addressing the problem with possible consequences, and describe the course of action taken.

Happy Weekend 5-19-17

Week of 5-15-17 until 5-19-17

Class News: 

  • I will continue DRA testing in reading next week.
  • I will send home NWEA reports next week.
  • Please read over the Summer Learning: Math and Literacy for middle school and return the bottom portion signed on Monday.
  • Our Unis field trip is on May 30th.
  • Study for your math unit 6 test using your pre-test.

 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Fill out your Reading List after completing a book on MyOn, library book, or article from Scholastic News.
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive. You must write all your spelling words in cursive and turn it in on Friday.
  • Writing: Finish your narrative, opinion, and informational  pieces.

Tigers Baseball Game 5-17-17

Please adhere to these guidelines for the field trip tomorrow:

  • All parents and chaperones will be driving down there.

  • Staff and students are allowed on the bus only.

  • School begins at the regular time. We will board the bus after 9am and arrive downtown no later than 9:45. Starting time of the tour is 10am. We will return no later than 6pm once the game is over.

  • NO ELECTRONICS, no cellular phones, no cameras. The teachers will take pictures and post on their blogs.  If a child brings these items they will be left in the classrooms.

  • Wear your Oakman clothing,  or Tigers jerseys and t shirts. NO short shorts, no cut off spaghetti strap tops. Dearborn Schools dress code is still in effect.

  • No sandals, closed toed shoes only.

  • Wear a hat, sunscreen.

  • Food and sealed bottles of water are permitted in the park or food can be purchased.

  • Each child should have 1 to 2 sealed, unopened disposable water bottles, plastic is ok, no glass!  They can open them and refill them at the park if they are hot and thirsty.  Put your name on it with a permanent marker.

  • Food can be carried in a small soft sided cooler no larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″, in a paper bag or in a plastic bag.

  • All bags are subject to inspection. We will  eat at 11:30.

BIG CAT FOOD COURT

The Big Cat Food Court is near the main entrance and offers a wide variety of food choices including fresh squeezed lemonade, elephant ears, ice cream, French fries, handmade pretzels, deli sandwiches, gyros, and coney and Chicago style hot dogs These are all for an additional price. Also, Comerica carousel and Fly Ball Ferris wheel are open to the public at additional price too.  If you wish to purchase these items, you must have money and the child is responsible for holding the money.  Oakman staff is not responsible for lost items or student money.

Homework 5-17-17

Week of 5-15-17 until 5-19-17

Class News: 

  • I will continue DRA testing in reading.
  • I will send home NWEA reports this week.
  • Tomorrow we have the field trip to see the Detroit Tigers baseball game. Students have to bring a lunch with them and a drink. No glass bottles please.
  • Our Unis field trip is on May 30th.

Wednesday:

  • Please review your child’s planner. Please check it every night with your child.
  • Look at your child’s new spelling words.
  • Continue to read from the stories in ELA booklet and answer the questions. Also, practice online the sample passages that are under student resources on the Dearborn Public Schools website. 

Homework:

  • Math: Do Mobymax and practice your multiplication facts online and using your flashcards in your math bag. Go on NWEA RIT Score Practice through Khan Academy on the Dearborn Public Schools website.
  • For NWEA Mathhttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/math/
  • Reading: Read a social studies or science book on MyOn for 30 minutes.
  •  Reading: Read one of your library books.
  • For NWEA Readinghttp://iblog.dearbornschools.org/nweapractice/reading/More NWEA practice sites click here
  • Fill out your Reading List after completing a book on MyOn, library book, or article from Scholastic News.
  • Social Studies: Use your atlas to identify (label) the continents on your laminated U.S./world maps.
  • Handwriting: Practice writing your first name and last name in cursive. You must write all your spelling words in cursive and turn it in on Friday.
  • Writing: Finish your narrative, opinion, and informational  pieces.

Spelling Homework:

Monday-Thursday:Choose one of the 30 ways to practice your spelling words in your spelling notebook.

  • Monday is the pre-test.Write the words you spelled incorrectly 3 times each before Friday’s test.
  • Friday is the post-test.

 Spelling Words:

  1. autograph
  2. biography
  3. photography
  4. infraction
  5. fracture
  6. graphic
  7. phonograph
  8. fraction
  9. pictograph
  10. homograph
  11. invert
  12. reproduce
  13. respiratory
  14. muscular
  15. oxygen
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