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Grade 5

Welcome to 5th Grade!

COMING UP:

  • The 100th Day of School is quickly approaching!

  • Grade 6 Unit 4 Mid-Unit Math Test next Thursday!

Welcome to Our Fifth Grade Page!


Mrs. Alyssa Martinelli
Math, Science, and Social Studies

Mrs. Katie Ellison
Language Arts


Hello Fifth Graders! We are so excited to start our year with you! To get ready for the school year, check out the supply list by clicking HERE!


Mrs. Martinelli's Virtual Meet the Teacher

Great Links!

Student e-mail & Google Drive Information

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Our Class Activation Code for Scholastic:

L96PB


Currently In Fifth Grade...

Math

  • Students are working hard to strengthen their multiplication and division skills in multidigit problems! We are learning many strategies, but our goal is to become experts in using the standard algorithms for both operations! Try to quiz us at home!

Science

  • Our new science unit is all about the sun, the moon, the Earth, and their movements! Check out photos from our shadow clock project below! We are loving how hands on this unit is.

Social Studies

  • Fifth grade students are researching each of the Thirteen Colonies in order to make "Regions of the 13 Colonies" mega brochures to share their knowledge with others! Be on the lookout for photos of our final product soon!

Currently In Sixth Grade...

Math

  • Students have been working hard on our first math unit which focuses on Finding Area and Surface Area of various polygons and polyhedron!

  • Currently we are learning about exponents and their use in representing the area and volume of squares and cubes.

  • Our end of unit test will be this Thursday, October 7th!

  • All materials are available online at https://im.kendallhunt.com/MS/students/1/index.html !



Science

  • Our first science unit on Weather and Climate focuses not only on identifying what weather and climate are, but on recognizing the impact that extreme weather and varying climates have on people throughout the world.

Social Studies

  • We have begun our year in social studies by learning about the American Industrial Revolution. Students not only discover inventions and advances in the areas of machinery, transportation, communication, and energy, but learn about the resulting benefits and challenges to those living during that time period.