Ms. Kiera Scarbrough - Fifth Grade

Dear Parents/Guardians,

5th Grade will be starting a novel read of the story, Esperanza Rising. ELA homework and assessments will be based off of this novel read.
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Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.
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Eureka Math Resources:
We are currently on Module 4. Listed below are links to Module 4 homework help, lesson information, and tip sheets
Parent Tip Sheet: https://greatminds.org/resources/products/copy-of-parent-tip-sheets-grade-5

Lesson Information: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=d2VzdGJvcm91Z2hrMTIub3JnfGstdGhyb3VnaC02LW1hdGgtY3VycmljdWx1bXxneDozYmQ3YTc0MDVlNDhhMjY0

Homework Help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYO37FR82Lc&list=PLvolZqLMhJmlQHr10cbZjOamIaxU4FHcM

Thank you,
Ms. S

Please continue to send in BOXTOPS!

Please send in wipes, tissues, and paper towels!

MARCH 21ST | REPORT CARDS

MARCH 23RD-24TH | ANNIE JR SHOW

ANNIE JR TICKETS | $5 DOLLARS EACH

ANNIE JR | Every Monday is practice for the Play | 3pm-5:30pm | WEAR GYM UNIFORM

5th Grade has Gym on Thursdays, please send your child in the proper St. Rose of Lima Gym uniform.

LIBRARY | We have Library on Mondays and Tuesday| Books must be sent returned to school in order for the students to receive new ones

THIS WEEK'S HOMEWORK:

March 18th

Math Complete page 119 in Student Edition book, Lesson 25

Number 1 (a-d)
Number 2 (a-h)
Go on First in Math
Study Math review notes

ELA Complete a writing prompt on Esperanza Rising in your journal copybook:

Abuelita tells Esperanza while knitting, "do not be afraid to start over." How does Esperanza "start over?"

Vocabulary Read Unit 4 Story. Create Unit 4 Flashcards

Study words, synonyms, antonyms, and definitions

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

March 19th

Math Complete page 125 in Student Edition book, Lesson 26

Number 1 (a,b,c,d)
Number 2 (a,b,c,d)
Number 3
Go on First in Math
Study Math review notes

ELA Complete the Blank Accordion Graphic Organizer.

Vocabulary Study Vocabulary flashcards and complete page 43

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

March 20th

Math Complete page 131-132 in Student Edition book, Lesson 27

Number 1
Number 2
Number 3 (a,b)

Go on First in Math
Study Math review notes

ELA Finish your rough draft of your 1st paragraph for Esperanza Rising

Vocabulary Write a sentence for each of the 12 vocabulary words on a piece of theme paper.

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

March 21st

Math Complete page 137 in Student Edition book, Lesson 28

Number 3 (a-d)

Go on First in Math
Study Math review notes

ELA Complete Gallery Walk worksheet. Choose one side.

Vocabulary Complete page 42 and study flashcards.

Vocabulary test tomorrow.

Report Cards Report Cards are being sent home today. Please sign and return them IN THE ENVELOPE that it was secured in.

BEHAVIOR CALENDARS Check your child's Communication Folder daily. Behavior Calendars must be signed each night.

Reading Read for 15-30 minutes each night. Have your parent/guardian initial your reading on your reading log.

March 22th

Math No Homework!

ELA No Homework!

Vocabulary No Homework!

Ms. Kiera Scarbrough

215-473-6030

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Hello! Welcome to Fifth Grade!
I am excited to be your child's 5th Grade teacher this year!!

I was born and raised in Delaware County, PA. I am a Archbishop Prendergast and Monsignor Bonner graduate. After graduating, I went on to Neumann University to pursue a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. I graduated from Neumann University in May 2018.

I want to provide a classroom with an open, caring, and learning centered environment, which allows them to be themselves and excel. I want to aid in building upon interests and incorporating them into lessons. I want to make learning enjoyable and memorable for my students. I, myself, am a lifelong learner and want to provide that example to my students.

I can't wait to have an amazing year of new adventures and learning!