Resources: Weekly Schedule
5th GRADE DISTANCE LEARNING WEEK 1.docx

March 30-April 3

Monday- Cells               IXL O. 1, 2 (Identify functions of plant and animal cell parts) 

Tuesday- Cells               IXL O. 4, 5 (Label parts of plant and animal cells) 

Wednesday- Cells            IXL O. 3, 6 (Compare cell and cell parts, identify parts of animal and plant cells) 

Thursday- Rocks & Minerals   IXL R. 5, 6 (Parts of Rock Cycle) 

Friday- Rocks and Minerals     IXL R.3 (Classify Rocks as Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic) 

**For additional practice in this subject area click on Solpass.org 
  

Social Studies:  Week 1 (March 30-April 3) 
  

Monday- Oceans & Continents   IXL B. 1, 2, 3 
TuesdayNortheast             IXL C. 10, D. 7 (States, Capitals) 

Wednesday- Southeast       IXL C. 7, D. 5 (States, Capitals) 

ThursdayMidwest              IXL C. 4, D. 3 (States, Capitals) 

Friday- West                          IXL C. 1, D. 1 (States, Capitals) 
  

**For additional practice in this subject area click on: 

States/Capitals  
(Great website to review, learn, and play) 
 
 


























For the next week we will continue to review material that has already been taught. For science we have covered all objectives. So you can review everything from all year long. Review and “clean up” your science notebook, review at SOLPASS.com, and Jefferson lab. If we were in school, I would begin reviewing 4th grade objectives for the science SOL. You could also review those objectives on SOL pass.
For Social Studies, we started the West Region, with notes on March 13. For this year we still need to finish the West, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean Islands and CentralAmerica. 
 Try this website for States and capitals.  http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/web_games.htm















Try classroommagazines.scholastic.com Learn at home 3-5.
Lots of interesting articles and activities.Let me know what you think.




For science, yesterday I asked you to go on a scavenger hunt to find items that were transparent, translucent, opaque, reflective, and refractive. 
How did that go? I found lots of opaque items, very few translucent.
Today 3/24/2020 go to SOL pass and play some of the sound and light games, if you are up for the challenge, take the quiz and let me know how you did.















   Hello and welcome to 5th grade and my classroom!

A Little About Myself

This is my 17th year teaching in PWCS.

I went to Radford University and have a BS in Chemistry. After college I went into the Army and served 11 years. I met my husband of 34 years while in the Army. We have 3 grown sons, 3 dogs and 1 cat.

My Goals for the Year.

It is my desire that all students develop a love of learning about the world we live in and to feel safe enough to stretch themselves physically, emotionally and academically, so to reach their full potential.