I love field trips but taking students to Feed My Starving Children is by far my favorite! As a class and school we Synergized and worked together to pack 120 boxes of food for the Dominican Republic and Haiti! That
Our new novel of the month is Madeline L’Engle’s Newberry Medal Award winner, A Wrinkle in Time. A Wrinkle in Time is a fantasy/Science Fiction book. I am excited to read this with the students and to explore a new genre.
Do you know how to measure the volume of your heart? How about the Willis Tower? If you don’t, ask your 5th grader, because they do! This week, we had an exciting time in math, learning to measure objects as
We integrated Social Studies and Writing to write as an historical figure. After learning about the Founding Fathers during the American Revolution, and discussing Point of View (POV) in ELA, students randomly picked a figure to write as. The challenge
Throughout the season of Lent we discuss and track our commitment to the season. In 5th grade we learned that Lenten sacrifices do not have to be giving up favorite foods but can be giving up favorite vices or performing