I hope everyone is doing well. Going forward this week a few things to remember.
******IMPORTANT INFORMATION******-Monday June 15th, 2020 will be the last day of school. This will be the last day to submit any missing assignments. Tuesday June 16th, 2020 will be our end of the year zoom celebration1!!!!!!
• Please email me each morning by 9am so I can mark your child present. In order for your child to be marked present for the day, work needs to be submitted by 8pm.
• Please have your child log into getepic.com for 20 minutes a day.
• We will also be including physical fitness into our day. Each day the students should be competing in the daily fitness challenge for kids. They should spend about 15 minutes a day doing the workouts. Another great source is gonoodle.com.
• Please make sure your child logs into either zearn.org or happynumbers.com for 15 minutes a day.
• Please complete 2 pages of handwriting each day
• All worksheets for the lessons will be posted at the bottom of this page.
• Remember to check Mrs. Cullen’s page on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s for assignments. Ms. Jackie will post assignments on Tuesday’s.
Please email me to let me know if your child is struggling with any of the lessons. I can set up a zoom meeting with them to go over anything they are having difficulty with.
Wednesday June 10, 2020
Scholastic News- History of Sunscreen
Students will log into www.scholastic.com/sn2 Password-Bakehush8839
They will read the article and complete the worksheets.
This article can be found by logging into scholastic.com/2
Click I’m a student
Scroll down to the bottom of the page
Click on page 3
Math Topic 14 review
Topic-More addition, subtraction length measurements
Students will take the topic 14 assessment on pages 633-634
Social Studies Egg Drop Challenge
The goal of this project is to create a container that will safely deposit a raw egg onto the ground when it is dropped from something high.
• Raw eggs (buy some cheap ones so you can make multiple attempts)
• Various containers and padding
• We used bubble wrap, cotton balls, plastic trash bags, plastic food containers, string, tape, plastic bags, and egg crates
You will need to make a “nest” for your egg to safely rest in while you drop it to the ground. The goal is for your egg to safely land on the ground without breaking. Have fun and be as creative as possible. If you want, you may record yourself dropping you egg from different levels to see if it breaks.