Today, Lizzie chose to watch a Pixar movie with all the Pixar “shorts” in it. Consequently, I got a refresher on many of my favorites throughout the years. A classic that always makes me think about teaching is “For the Birds.” Check it out below!
What messages do you get from this film? 🙂
By the way, congratulations on completing the DWA yesterday! Keep up all your efforts on those summative assessment homework projects–I’d love it if you left a comment telling me about your experience, including where you interviewed and what your final thoughts about our Who We Are unit are!!
*Click here for a folder with all the homework projects! The fifth grade teachers always add new ones to this folder. Remember to reflect daily, work neatly, and follow all instructions (and that you can always blog your project, but you must submit it by the due date with a tag of “homework”).
*Read for 20 minutes every day and enter into rtsutah.com!
*Study Spelling at home every day (spellingcity.com rocks!), and vocab!
*Mar. 3-6: Scholastic Book Fair
*Mar. 6: Early release, 1:45
*Mar. 7: No School!
*Mar. 14: Daddy Donuts, 7:30 am
*Mar. 25: Boxtops due
*Mar. 28: End of Term 3, Boxtop Dress down
*Apr. 4: Report Cards go home
*Apr. 9: Reading Fun Night
*Apr. 14-18: Spring Break
*Apr. 22: Boxtops due
*Apr. 25: Boxtop Dress down
*May 23 & 26: No School–Memorial Day weekend
*May 27: Boxtops due
*May 29: PH Spring Carnival
*May 30: Boxtop Dress down
*Jun. 5: Field Day
*Jun. 6: Last day of school; 12:00 dismissal