What do you think were the most important discoveries that changed the world? Which ones had the biggest impact on us today? Here’s what 5B students thought. Tell us what you think. We would love to hear. Add your comments below.
What are literature circles? In grade 5, students meet regularly (2x/week) to discuss books. They choose a book, decide pages to read each week, and then create questions, connections and do other activities at home to prepare for a good book discussion. And then…They meet. They meet in groups with students reading the same book […]
Students finished their 1000 cranes, and they got together a card for Mr. Noon today. It was a huge effort, but one done with kindness. Wishing him well.
Tomorrow is a typhoon day! (again) Stay safe, dry and indoors when the winds hit. If you are looking for something to do, here are some ideas: You can do some Live Mathletics. I’ve taken off the tasks so you can play Live Mathletics. Try it and get your number speed up to par! Practice […]
Today, we discussed active listening in class. With our literature circle discussions, class meeting something we’re calling the “Roundangular” table, we discuss things a lot. Students thought about what good listening is and shared their thoughts: Looking at the person who is talking Sitting upright Being still and calm Being quiet Face the person who […]
We watched this in class this week and found it inspirational. It’s about kindness. What do you think of the video?
What did we learn about conflict? As we come to the end of our study about conflict and solutions, what did you learn? Here are some questions for you. You can think about what you learned through your own question and inquiry or what your learned from others. You also can think about discussions we […]