Tomorrow is dress down day for all students that have perfect attendance for the 4th quarter! Congratulations to the following students for having no absences or tardies for the last quarter:
Malia * Jazzy * Priscilla * William * Harith * Ezekiel * Boothe *
Elijah * Samuel * Ethan * Avery * Taylor * Kaila
When you are done have shown Mrs. Jean your PowerPoint notes, try this Oregon Trail Simulation Game
Use the link below for the California Gold Rush Internet Scavenger Hunt.
Use this link to complete your WebQuest on the Mexican-War. Record your answers on your sheet.
Grades and Awards Ceremony
For those of you wondering, grades for the 4th quarter will be factored in this week. I am aiming to get it all done by Wednesday evening. This will give me a chance to make sure that I can notify parents of the awards ceremony coming up next week – Thursday, May 17th.
3-5 Grade Field Day is on Friday, May 11th! If you are able to sign up to help, sign up on this link: http://signup.com/go/WGbgWAe
- Please make sure that your child is wearing sunscreen since we’ll be outside most of the day.
- Have your child bring a change of clothes and shoes to dress in after getting wet. Yes, there’s water involved!
- Water bottles are highly encouraged!
- Students may wear athletic bottoms with their field day shirts. No standard attire is necessary on Field Day. Please make sure that short are school-appropriate in length.
- If your child did not purchase a Field Day shirt, please have him/her wear a red shirt. Our team’s color is red.
Intent Forms with Proof of Residency
***If you have not sent in your intent form AND the 2 pieces of proof of address, your child will not be placed in a class for 5th grade. Please make this a priority if you have not already done this.***
Lastly, if you haven’t received the “thank you” note that I sent in Friday folders, please accept this thank you for all the teacher appreciation gifts/hugs/cards given to me. I thank you all so much!!!
Day one- Introduction – April 26th
You are a part of an exploration team traveling the world to learn about animal adaptations.
Directions: Click on the link below and follow the steps to complete both level one and level two. This site will teach you about the basics of animal adaptation. Be sure to complete the worksheet labeled “Animal Adaptations and the Galapagos Islands” that goes along with this site.
Level one: Complete the activity labeled “Investigate”
Level two: Complete the activity labeled “Investigate” (OPTIONAL ACTIVITY: “Make the Match”)
Next ACTIVITIES: Choose One
Animal Adaptation Videos: http://www.kidport.com/Reflib/science/Videos/Animals/AnimalSurvival.htm
Overview of animal adaptations game: http://www.ecokids.ca/pub/eco_info/topics/climate/adaptations/index.cfm
The Teasley Reading Bowl Team is looking for new members! If your child LOVES to read, LOVES trivia, and is on or above grade level in reading, consider participating in Reading Bowl. This is a competitive team that reads specific books and answers trivia-style questions about the books. It requires a great amount of reading as well as question writing in preparation for competition. Our class will be visiting the Media Center tomorrow (Friday), to more about entering into this awesome competition. If you are interested in learning more, please visit the library blog or email Ms. Crosby at firstname.lastname@example.org.