Mrs. Hickson's Class

Dearborn Public Schools

6/2

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/26 – 5/29 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 6/1 – 6/5.  I will not be accepting work after June 5th at 5 pm due to the district’s timeline for entering grades for report cards so please be sure you have all your work handed in.

Dear Parents,

As the school year is coming to an end, we wanted to take this time to thank you for all of your continued support and understanding.  None of what we have accomplished could have been possible without the strong partnership we have as a community.  

Our plan this week is to have a day for material pick-up and drop-off.  The day is currently planned for Thursday, June 4th in the afternoon.  In order to maximize safety, we have assigned timings based on your child’s last name.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter A-M, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 12:00-1:30pm.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter N-Z, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 1:30-3:00pm.

We ask that students do not accompany adults and that we practice safety precautions at all times.  Please plan on coming with a mask on, practice social distancing and come in to pick up items and leave immediately.  We greatly appreciate your support in keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Below are a few important pieces of information to be aware of:

  • Pick-up/Drop-off will occur on the South Playground (near Myrte).  
  • There will be an area marked for each classroom teacher.  Student materials have been placed in brown paper bags and extra material in a plastic bag ready for pick up with your child’s name.  There will also be a basket with the teacher’s name there for you to drop off any classroom books/materials.  These items should be placed in a bag, clearly marked with your child’s name.  Please remember, some students have lots of items, so come prepared.  
  • In the lot, there will also be bins for you to drop-off:
    • library books
    • classroom collection books
    • reading group books
    • Social Studies History Atlas
    • musical instruments
    • safety belts
    • service squad pins

Please clearly mark your child’s name on these items by either placing them in a bag or using a piece of masking tape.  

  • There will also be a table to pick up your child’s medicine, anything left will be disposed of according to policy.
  • If you have been collecting pop tabs, we will also have the box outside to collect those pop-tabs.
  • Yearbooks and Spring Pictures have come in, there will be a table set up for those.  5th graders will get their yearbook in their promotion bags.

Since this will all occur outside, we are hoping that the weather cooperates.  If things change, we will let you know.  

Have a wonderful day!

Ms. Tiba

Math

Answers from yesterday’s math homework 6.22 https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=6356

Today we are working on Module 6 lesson 23 . Here is the link to the video: https://gm.greatminds.org/kotg-em/knowledge-for-grade-5-em-m6-l23?hsLang=en-us

Today we will do 1 number story in the problem set from lesson 21 while watching the video. These are longer multi step problems and you should watch the video while you complete it. Then, do homework numbers 1. Problem 2 was dones as a brain teaser in the video.

Science

Today you will finish the performance task assignment from yesterday in google classroom. Here is the link again if you need it. https://mysteryscience.com/ecosystems/mystery-7/ecosystem-argument/222?code=MTI2MzM1NjE&t=student

ELA: Today you will go to Raz Kids and read at least one book then take at least one quiz.

Social Studies: After the Revolutionary War, some people suggested that Washington become king. Watch today’s video to find out what he did instead! Then read the article below about George Washington.

Read this article on George Washington, take the quiz, then finish the assignment you started on Google Classroom. It is due tomorrow at 9:00 am.

https://www.ducksters.com/biography/uspresidents/georgewashington.php

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

Let’s have our daily art lesson from Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author and illustrator of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s continue to explore Europe!

Now for a read aloud story which take place in Italy, which is a country in Europe!

Today we meet the Aardwolf at the Cincinnati Zoo! Sounds creepy!

Aardwolf Snack Challenge

Using their long tongues and peg-like molars, aardwolves can slurp up and chomp down on 200,000 or more insects in one night. That is nearly 500 insects every minute! How do you think you compare to an aardwolf? Try taking the Aardwolf Snack Challenge! What will you snack on instead of insects? Try cheerios, berries, goldfish, etc. Set out your snack on a plate and use your tongue only to collect your food. Be sure to be safe and chew your food well before swallowing!

I hope you had a fun day! Now it’s time to Go Bananas!!!!

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Battle of the Books

Parents,
If your child participated in Battle of the Books this year, we are asking that you bring back those books when you return your materials on Thursday, June 4th.  Please place the books in a clearly marked plastic bag with your child’s name.  This bag can be placed in the library bin.  We appreciate your support and look forward to lots of reading.  

Zainah Tiba

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Material drop-off/pickup.

Dear Parents,

As the school year is coming to an end, we wanted to take this time to thank you for all of your continued support and understanding.  None of what we have accomplished could have been possible without the strong partnership we have as a community.  

Our plan this week is to have a day for material pick-up and drop-off.  The day is currently planned for Thursday, June 4th in the afternoon.  In order to maximize safety, we have assigned timings based on your child’s last name.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter A-M, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 12:00-1:30pm.  If your child’s last name begins with the letter N-Z, the pick-up/drop-off time will be from 1:30-3:00pm.

We ask that students do not accompany adults and that we practice safety precautions at all times.  Please plan on coming with a mask on, practice social distancing and come in to pick up items and leave immediately.  We greatly appreciate your support in keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Below are a few important pieces of information to be aware of:

  • Pick-up/Drop-off will occur on the South Playground (near Myrte).  
  • There will be an area marked for each classroom teacher.  Student materials have been placed in brown paper bags and extra material in a plastic bag ready for pick up with your child’s name.  There will also be a basket with the teacher’s name there for you to drop off any classroom books/materials.  These items should be placed in a bag, clearly marked with your child’s name.  Please remember, some students have lots of items, so come prepared.  
  • In the lot, there will also be bins for you to drop-off:
    • library books
    • musical instruments
    • safety belts
    • service squad pins

Please clearly mark your child’s name on these items by either placing them in a bag or using a piece of masking tape.  

  • There will also be a table to pick up your child’s medicine, anything left will be disposed of according to policy.
  • If you have been collecting pop tabs, we will also have the box outside to collect those pop-tabs.
  • Yearbooks and Spring Pictures have come in, there will be a table set up for those.  5th graders will get their yearbook in their promotion bags.

Since this will all occur outside, we are hoping that the weather cooperates.  If things change, we will let you know.  

Have a wonderful day!

Ms. Tiba

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6/1

Happy June everyone!!!

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/26 – 5/29 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 6/1 – 6/5.  I will not be accepting work after June 5th at 5 pm due to the district’s timeline for entering grades for report cards so please be sure you have all your work handed in.

It’s time to get school materials ready to be handed back in. Please take some time this week to locate library books, classroom books, reading group books, and instruments that need to be returned.

Math

Today we are working on Module 6 lesson 22 . Here is the link to the video: https://gm.greatminds.org/kotg-em/knowledge-for-grade-5-em-m6-l22?hsLang=en-us

Today we will do 1 number story in the problem set from lesson 21 while watching the video. These are longer multi step problems and you should watch the video while you complete it. Then, do homework numbers 1. Problem 2 was dones as a brain teaser in the video.

Science

We have completed all the mysteries. Today you will go to Google classroom and complete the performance task and unit review. In this performance task, students evaluate a proposed ecosystem plan for a Mars habitat. Using evidence from the unit, they will write an argument for or against the proposed ecosystem plan. Then, students will make recommendations about how to change the ecosystem to successfully cycle energy and nutrients, keeping humans alive and healthy. You will need your Biosphere pages you have been using the entire unit. All the other pages needed for today’s activity can be found in the assignment link. If you can not print, follow along and complete it on paper. You have 2 days, today and tomorrow, to do this because it takes a while to cut out, place your pieces and evaluate. Do not wait until tomorrow to start this. Here is the link https://mysteryscience.com/ecosystems/mystery-7/ecosystem-argument/222?code=MTI2MzM1NjE&t=student

ELA: Your reading assignment for the day is to go onto Raz Kids and read at least one book and take at least one quiz.

Social Studies: The American Army is winning battles, France is here to help, and the British are on the run. Watch what happens in today’s video. Then read the article and go to the assignment on Google Classroom.

https://www.ducksters.com/history/battle_of_yorktown.php

Let’s have our daily art lesson from Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author and illustrator of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s visit Europe this week!!!

Today we meet the Arctic Fox who lives in in the Arctic Circle in North American, Europe and Asia.

Now for a traditional Danish folktale told by Hans Christian Andersen!

We can make a gnome pop-up cards. Gnomes are popular in Scandinavia which is a part of Northern Europe!!

https://family.gonoodle.com/activities/little-green-froggy

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Speech winner.

Congratulations to Zeinab for being voted by our class to read her speech at our Fifth Grade Promotion Ceremony! All the speeches were awesome! I don’t know how you decided between all of them!

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5/29

If you haven’t taken care of this yet, you should do it as soon as possible. Bryant Middle School 6th Grade Orientation Information 
If you have a current 5th grader who will be attending Bryant Middle School in the fall of the 2020-21 school year, please go to the Bryant Middle School blog page to learn more about Bryant and the opportunities for your child.  After you have viewed the information, please have your child select two extended core classes using the embedded survey.  Students must use their District gmail account to complete the survey.  Here is a link to the post on the Bryant blog:  Bryant School Blog – 6th Grade Orientation

Thanks,
Mr. Denison

We will be having a Big Blue Button meeting today at 1:00. Big Blue Button can be accessed through our class iLearn. We will be reading the speeches then we voting for speeches so don’t be late!

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/11 – 5/21 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 5/26 – 5/29.  I will not be accepting work from the weeks of 4/20, 4/27, or 5/4 unless there is a health or technology issue that you contact me about.

************Don’t forget that Mrs. Baloga, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Goeke, Mrs Ackerman, Mrs. Poisson, and Mr. Kwiecien have assignments on Google classroom for you to work on.************

Math

PLEASE FINISH your test! I have to grade them and get them submitted. It was assigned Wednesday.

Answers from yesterday’s math homework 6.21 https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bze4eU0rInwwR0R2ZTlHWmZPMUE

If you have all your work completed, catch up on Zearn. Once you complete 6.10, I will move you to our current work at 6.21. If I don’t see you have completed it, just email me. I have moved many already.

Science

Today you will take the Mystery 6 quiz in Google Classroom.  Make sure you have completed watching the whole mystery before you take the quiz. The quiz is due todayby the end of the school day.Complete any Scholastic News, Readworks, and old ELA assignments in google classroom today.  This is your day to catch up if you need it. If you are done with everything ELA, you can choose 1 RAZ kids book to read and do the quiz.

Social Studies: African Americans were on both sides of the fight for freedom. The British had promised that any slaves who ran away and joined their army would be freed after the war. Some African Americans agreed signed up to fight on the American side. Today we meet one of them, James Armistead. Let’s find out what he did in America’s fight for freedom! When you are done watching the video, go to Google Classroom to finish the assignment you started yesterday.

***************JUST FOR FUN!!!!!***************

Now it’s time for a daily art lesson from author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s continue our South American adventure!

Now we’ll listen to our read aloud of a South American folktale.

Now let’s meet Isla the tamandua from South America!

Musical Tales

Educational Concert Series

WATCH PARTY
FRIDAY, MAY 29 AT 2:00 PM ET

FEATURING MUSIC FROM RESPIGHI, COPLAND,
DEBUSSY, ROSSINI, JOHN WILLIAMS, AND MORE!
Conducted by Michelle Merrill and hosted by Damon Gupton

Have kids at home or teaching students remotely? Tune in this Friday at 2 PM ET on Facebook Live or dso.org for a DSO Educational Concert Series Watch Party!

Stories, legends, and fables are meant to be shared and reinterpreted across all sorts of artistic genres and mediums. The DSO brings classic stories from literature, theater, and movies to life through music in this interactive Watch Party conducted by former DSO Associate Conductor Michelle Merrill and hosted by Damon Gupton. Check out our accompanying Resource Guide (based on NAfME and Common Core standards) and get ready to dance and sing along as we tell you a tale!

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5/28

Bryant Middle School 6th Grade Orientation Information 
If you have a current 5th grader who will be attending Bryant Middle School in the fall of the 2020-21 school year, please go to the Bryant Middle School blog page to learn more about Bryant and the opportunities for your child.  After you have viewed the information, please have your child select two extended core classes using the embedded survey.  Students must use their District gmail account to complete the survey.  Here is a link to the post on the Bryant blog:  Bryant School Blog – 6th Grade Orientation

Thanks,
Mr. Denison

We will be having a Big Blue Button meeting Friday at 1:00. Big Blue Button can be accessed through our class iLearn. We will be voting for speeches so don’t be late!

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/11 – 5/21 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 5/26 – 5/29.  I will not be accepting work from the weeks of 4/20, 4/27, or 5/4 unless there is a health or technology issue that you contact me about.

************Don’t forget that Mrs. Baloga, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Goeke, Mrs Ackerman, Mrs. Poisson, and Mr. Kwiecien have assignments on Google classroom for you to work on.************

Math

We will skip around the next 2 weeks in module 6 to review some topics. Once you get done with lesson 10 on Zearn, I will move you past the rest of the geometry to the end of the year review. You can stick to one a day. I know they may not match the lesson we are on.

Today we are working on Module 6 lesson 21. Here is the link to the video:https://gm.greatminds.org/kotg-em/knowledge-for-grade-5-em-m6-l21?hsLang=en-us

Today we will do problem set 1 and homework 2 with the video. Then do Lesson 21 homework number 1 on your own.

Science

Today, finish Mystery 6 and use your anchor phenomenon papers to review. We will take the quiz tomorrow. Here is the link again if you need it: https://mysteryscience.com/ecosystems/mystery-6/food-webs-flow-of-energy/212?code=MTI2MzM1NjE&t=student

  • Some students were done and asked to have the quiz open today. I did open it, but know I will officially assign it tomorrow, so don’t rush if you are not ready today, you can do it tomorrow. Make sure you watch the whole mystery, including the wrap up, before you take the quiz.

ELA

If you have not done so already, finish the 10-7-19 issue of Scholastic News, I am Fighting for Clean Water.  Here is the link: https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/ Complete the assignment on Google Classroom; Scholastic News 10-7-19. This includes the Close Reading questions, the quiz on the back of the magazine, and Quiz Whiz PDF. Be ready to discuss the debate about teaching cursive at our meeting tomorrow.

Writing: If you have not completed your Fifth Grade Memory Book assignment, please do that right away. It is due today because we have to turn the pages in to the printer. If you do not do the assignment we will not be able to include your page in the Memory Book!!!

Social Studies: We finally travel to the South where the war is very different. Many of the citizens are either neutral or Loyalists. They have difficulty getting soldiers to join the fight for freedom. Supplies are more scarce than in the north and the heat makes daily tasks difficult in the warm wool uniforms of the army. The American Army is having trouble winning any battles because of the lack of soldiers. Watch to find out what happens next!

https://www.ducksters.com/history/american_revolution/battle_of_cowpens.php

https://www.ducksters.com/history/american_revolution/battle_of_guilford_court_house.php

***************JUST FOR FUN!!!!!***************

Now it’s time for a daily art lesson from author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s continue our South American adventure!

Now we’ll listen to our read aloud of a South American folktale.

Let’s meet a Brazilian Porcupine at the Cincinnati Zoo!

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5/27

Bryant Middle School 6th Grade Orientation Information 
If you have a current 5th grader who will be attending Bryant Middle School in the fall of the 2020-21 school year, please go to the Bryant Middle School blog page to learn more about Bryant and the opportunities for your child.  After you have viewed the information, please have your child select two extended core classes using the embedded survey.  Students must use their District gmail account to complete the survey.  Here is a link to the post on the Bryant blog:  Bryant School Blog – 6th Grade Orientation

Thanks,
Mr. Denison

We will be having a Big Blue Button meeting Friday at 1:00. Big Blue Button can be accessed through our class iLearn. We will be voting for speeches so don’t be late!

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/11 – 5/21 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 5/26 – 5/29.  I will not be accepting work from the weeks of 4/20, 4/27, or 5/4 unless there is a health or technology issue that you contact me about.

************Don’t forget that Mrs. Baloga, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Goeke, Mrs Ackerman, Mrs. Poisson, and Mr. Kwiecien have assignments on Google classroom for you to work on.************

Math

Today you are working on the Module 6 Mid Module test. When you are done typing your answers on the doc, hit turn in. You may print it to work on it, but please type the answers on the doc. If you have any problems, please let me know.

Science

This week we are working with Mystery 6. Today, continue to watch the Mystery and try the activity. You will need the dinosaur cards and activity page- these are in the google assignment from yesterday, scissors, small strips of paper and something to write with.  The pages for the activity are on the Google Classroom assignment labeled Mystery 6. You will need to print them out. If you don’t have a printer, watch the video and look through the pages. If you do not have access to these materials, don’ t worry.  You can print or look at the pages and watch Doug do it.  You should have your anchor phenomenon papers handy and a blank page to take notes if you need it. Stop at step 8 of 8, We will do the wrap up and anchoring phenomenon connection tomorrow. Here is the link again if you need it: https://mysteryscience.com/ecosystems/mystery-6/food-webs-flow-of-energy/212?code=MTI2MzM1NjE&t=student

ELA

Today and tomorrow we will continue the 10-7-19 issue of Scholastic News. Log in with our google account. Here is the link: https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/ For today read the rest of the articles. Watch the videoas well if you did not watch them yet this week. Complete the assignment on Google Classroom; Scholastic News 10-7-19   This includes the Close Reading questions, the quiz on the back of the magazine, and Quiz Whiz PDF.  Once you complete the whole assignment, hit turn in.

ELA: If you have not finished your page for the Fifth Grade Memory Book, please go to Google Classroom and do that today. It is due tomorrow at 9:00 am!!

Social Studies: Women served many roles in the American Revolution. Let’s find out about a woman who risked it all for freedom! When you are done with the videos and article, please go to Google Classroom to finish the assignment you started yesterday.

https://www.ducksters.com/history/american_revolution/women_revolutionary_war.php

***************JUST FOR FUN!!!!!***************

Now it’s time for a daily art lesson from author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s continue our South American adventure!

Now we’ll listen to our read aloud of a South American folktale.

Let’s meet a real armadillo at the Cincinnati Zoo!

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5/26

Bryant Middle School 6th Grade Orientation Information 
If you have a current 5th grader who will be attending Bryant Middle School in the fall of the 2020-21 school year, please go to the Bryant Middle School blog page to learn more about Bryant and the opportunities for your child.  After you have viewed the information, please have your child select two extended core classes using the embedded survey.  Students must use their District gmail account to complete the survey.  Here is a link to the post on the Bryant blog:  Bryant School Blog – 6th Grade Orientation

Thanks,
Mr. Denison

We will be having a Big Blue Button meeting today at 1:00. Big Blue Button can be accessed through our class iLearn. We will be discussing the memory book assignment and going over the math review. Please be prepared by making sure you are finished with the math review.

Students, if you are turning in an assignment on Google classroom that was assigned 5/11 – 5/21 please email me that you have turned it in. (This DOES NOT apply to students who are up to date with assignments.) Google classroom doesn’t notify me when you hand it in. This is not necessary for current assignments that were made this week 5/26 – 5/29.  I will not be accepting work from the weeks of 4/20, 4/27, or 5/4 unless there is a health or technology issue that you contact me about.

************Don’t forget that Mrs. Baloga, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Goeke, Mrs Ackerman, Mrs. Poisson, and Mr. Kwiecien have assignments on Google classroom for you to work on.************

Math: Today we are going over the Module 6 Mid module review that was due today. Please be at our 1:00 live meeting to check it with us and ask questions. Your test is tomorrow. Have a tab open on your computer to check it during the meeting or if you printed it, have that in front of you. You may want to print it to make corrections. I returned them to you this morning.

Science

Planning: I will be spacing the Mystery out over the week, a little part each day, with a quiz assignment this week on Friday. If you prefer, you may pace yourself as needed, as you will have access to the whole Mystery and activity sheets for this week today. I hope this gives you flexibility as needed at home.

In this week’s Mystery 6, students investigate the hypothesis that an asteroid impact caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. In the activity, Create a Dinosaur Food Web, students use cards and construction paper connectors to create a food web from the time of the dinosaurs. Using this model, they follow the flow of energy through the food web and figure out why dinosaurs went extinct but some other animals survived. Today, start the video and watch the exploration part. You should have your anchor phenomenon papers handy and a blank page to take notes during the Mystery this week. Answer the discussion questions within the Mystery on your blank paper. We will do the activity tomorrow, so you can stop there; at the slide that says “Find a partner to work with.” https://mysteryscience.com/ecosystems/mystery-6/food-webs-flow-of-energy/212?code=MTI2MzM1NjE&t=student

ELA

This week we will work through an old issue of Scholastic News, I’m Fighting for Clean Water. Just like before, we are going to the Scholastic News site and logging in with our google account. Here is the link:https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/ Once you log in as usual, you will need to click on the 3 lines to right of the words Scholastic News, top left, and on the drop down menu go to all issues. Scroll down until you get to the issue we are going to read, it is from 10-7-19. It is on page 2, so you need to click next at the bottom of the first page and scroll some more. For today read the articles, Honoring Our Past, This Frog is as Big as a Cat, and Flying Without Wings. Watch the videos as well. There is no assignment today, you will get the rest of the articles and an assignment tomorrow.

Writing: You will be writing your page for the 5th Grade Memory Book. You will write a special memory from each of your years at Lindbergh. If you were at Lindbergh K – 5 then fill it out as is. If you were not at Lindbergh in all the grades, change the grades so that you have six memories. For example, you may have Two memories each for third – fifth grade. Or you may have 6 memories for fifth grade because you were at Lindbergh only in 5th grade. Please see the sample included with the assignment for help. Please keep your memory page positive and appropriate. Make sure you use correct spelling and punctuation. Please do not change the font style or size. This is due Thursday at 9:00 am. The assignment is on Google classroom. There is a sample page on Google classroom to help you better understand the assignment. Remember, if you do not do your page you will not have a page in the memory book.

If you have not completed your Farewell Speech please finish it and hand in today!

Social Studies: Benedict Arnold was a brave leader in the Continental Army. He was passed over for promotions and did not get the credit he felt he deserved for his victories…..then this happened!!! Make sure you watch and read knowing you will have to answer questions.

https://www.ducksters.com/history/american_revolution/benedict_arnold.php

***************JUST FOR FUN!!!!!***************

Now it’s time for a daily art lesson from author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author of Punk Farm, Lunch Lady, and Jedi Academy.

Let’s take a trip to South America!

Now for a folk tale from South America!

Let’s meet Fiesta, a Macaw from South America!

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Memorial Day Weekend

We are on our Memorial Day Weekend break. We don’t have school until again until Tuesday May 26th. There will be no new assignments on Google Classroom and no new posts on the blog until Tuesday at 9:00 am. Enjoy your long weekend and for those celebrating have a great holiday!

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