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Earls' Report Math and Science

End of the Year

Welcome back!   It is the end of the year!   We have accomplished a lot in both math and science.   In order to be prepared for next year: read a book a week over the summer . . . read more

Earls' Report 5th Grade Math and Science

Welcome to 2019!   We have come so far, yet have a long way to go to make sure all students are prepared to enter 6th grade.   In Math: Go Math Chapter 6 - we practice adding and subtracting . . . read more

Earls' Math & Science Report

Welcome Back!   We are at the end of second quarter (or first semester if you prefer)!   We made it through the first five chapters of GoMath and the first two units of our NGSS Science . . . read more

Earls' Report 5th Grade Math and Science

November 14, 2018

Welcome back!   We are moving right along and our year is going fast! In math, we will finish up GoMath Chapter 4, on decimal multiplication, just after the Thanksgiving break.  Additionally, we should be . . . read more

Earls' Math and Science Report

October 1, 2018

Welcome!   Important updates from Math and Science   Math We are finishing up GoMath Chapter 2 - Division next week.  Our test will be on Thursday/Friday, October 11/12 (just depends on . . . read more

Earls' Math and Science Report

Welcome back!   In mathematics, we completed our first chapter of GoMath.  This chapter almost completely a review of fourth grade concepts. The one new concept was using powers of 10 to write a . . . read more

Earls' Report

September 16, 2018

EXTRA CREDIT for MATH   All students may earn extra credit for math on a weekly basis. Each student now has an account with xtramath.org with a personal login and password ( . . . read more

Earls' Report

September 10, 2018

Hello all!   There have been many instances of students not completing math or science assignments for me.  In many cases, students simply forgot about it.  Fifth grade is more challenging and has a higher . . . read more

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