Mrs. Hickson's Class

Dearborn Public Schools


on June 4, 2020

WOW! I can hardly believe we are this close to the end of the year! It seems like yesterday you all walked into room 205 and now you are ready for your adventures in middle school! I am proud of all of you. It was a crazy year but all of you have stuck with it and have grown so much it’s amazing! I can’t wait to see all of you on Thursday for your promotion ceremony and the bag pick up!

***I have to get everything ready for report cards soon. Please check to be sure you have all assignments done and turned in. Check both Readworks and Google Classroom. Any unfinished work needs to be done by the end of the day today. Also, check your progress on Zearn. Are you caught up? If not try to work on a few lessons.

Math: Make sure you are done with all your math assignments on Google Classroom. Then check Zearn to see if you are caught up. today is the day to work on both of these. If you are caught up you can move along with more lessons on Zearn or do some math on Moby Max.

Science: If you have not finished the Web of Life Assessment on Google Classroom you need to do that today. When you are done, here is a fun Mystery Science mini-lesson.

ELA: If you are caught up on all your Readworks and Scholastic News assignments then go to Raz Kids and read at least one book. If you are not caught up then today is the day to do whatever needs to be completed.

Social Studies: The Articles of Confederation are not helping to run our country correctly. They give all the power to the states and left the federal government weak. When the delegates meet in Philadelphia, they decide that instead of fixing the Articles of Confederation, they will write a new document that organizes our government. It’s pretty incredible to think that a document written in 1787 is still being used to run our government and protect our rights in 2020. Watch what happens in this final episode of Liberty’s Kids. (I know…I’m sad it’s the last one too.) Then read the articles and go to Google classroom to take the quiz.

Click on the links for informational articles about the Articles of Confederation and the US Constitution.

Here’s a fun read aloud about the writing of the Constitution. I actually showed this in class on Constitution Day, September 17th, but it might be good for a little review.

***********Just for fun!!!*************

Let’s draw with JJK!

We continue our tour of Europe!

Our traditional fairy tale today is another written by the Grimm Brothers from Germany.

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