Monday, May 14, 2018

Practice Makes Better

I'm continuing to practice using virtual whiteboard applications. Editing to remove unwanted sounds and reduce the length will be the next issue to tackle. Let me know if you find this one helpful. Customary Conversion Practice

This video shows a few examples of the types of questions that will be on the measurement test on Wednesday.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Happy hump day! I’ve been looking for, and experimenting with, ways to post instructional videos. Today, one of our students created a ShowMe on subtracting mixed numbers. I gave him very little guidance. I hope you will be as impressed as I am!Subtracting mixed numbers

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Try the new link for typing club! This is a great way to build keyboarding skills. All of our students can benefit from this in so many ways. It will be particularly helpful for end of year testing and publishing final versions of writing pieces.Typing Club

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Colonial Times!

Our students have been learning about Colonial times for weeks. They've written an opinion piece telling whether they would rather live in modern, or colonial times, they've been filling up their Social Studies notebooks with information - and hopefully studying them each night. Many have answered colony related questions on The unit test will be this Friday. Check out this link to practice labeling an interactive map of the colonies!
Colony map

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

In fifth grade language arts students are writing an opinion essay about having pets in school.
Here are sites that will help students find information to support their position on the subject: benefits of pets in the classroom

Fun Facts about having pets in school

5 Reasons in favor of having pets at school