February 11, 2013

We’ve got quite the exciting week ahead of us: our wax museum on Wednesday (1-2), our Valentine’s day party on Thursday (and we are still in need of donations/volunteers), DWA prep, and our Unit 7 test on Friday!  Have a wonderful week!

Homework: 
1) Math (7-21): p. 201 evens, p. 202 evens!  Also, redo all low-scoring quizzes and practice!  The unit 7 test is this Friday!
2) Read 20 minutes (and every single day if your reading log grade is a little low to bring that up!)
3) Spelling homework!
4) Wax museum project–interview any professional who manages resources! Click here for the letter!
5) Missing work!
6) Practice typing games by going to “Games & Practice”–>”Language Arts.”  Remember that the DWA will be a typed assessment, so any typing practice you put in now will help! (P.S. Each time you bring in a signed note from your parent saying you spent at least 15 minutes practicing, you’ll get a $50 bonus)!


Items of Business: 
*Class Store: If you have any extra soda, candy, trinkets, jewelry, or toys that you would like to donate to class store, please send it with your child! We would like to do one more often to serve as a motivator for positive behavior!
*We would always welcome donations of gerbil food for our class pets!


Upcoming Events: 
*Feb. 13: Wax Museum at 1:00 pm in the 5th grade classrooms!  Click here for more for the letter!
*February 14: Valentine’s day party!  Click here for the sign-up sheet!
*February 15: Progress reports sent home
*February 18: No school! President’s Day!
*February 19: Boxtops due
*February 22: Boxtop dress down
*February 25-28: Parent Teacher conferences/book fair!
*February 28: Early dismissal: 1:45
*March 1: No school
*Week of March 4: DWA testing!  You may practice more on UtahWrite at home if you write down your username/password in class (we will also be doing so in school!)  Also, remember to practice typing games under Games & Practice–>Language Arts!
*March 15: Poetry Contest!!  This is an opportunity to have your poetry actually published!!  They are focusing on haikus this year, but all poetry forms are encouraged!  Click here for information on how haikus are written!
*March 22nd: Arbor Day poster contest (our school has registered our grade already)!
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