Welcome to 5th Grade!
- Mrs. Begijan
- Mrs. Diekmann / Mrs. Gibney
- Mr. Moreno
Important Websites – Just click on the links below.
This link allows you to view our 5th grade reading anthology online. The student username is the student’s ID number (same as AR username) and their password is abc123.
Click on students and then select Book 5. This site gives students a chance to hear each W.W. word and definition pronounced, along with a practice question.
This is the place to go when you want to find the level for a book or how many points you can earn taking a quiz on the book. It can also help you find books in your level for different genres and topics.
This is where you can check your child’s AR progress at home. Students know their password and username.
Excursions 5th Grade Reading Glossary – Click here to download: HMH Anthology Glossary-5th
This is a PDF of the glossary found at the back of the 5th grade reading anthology.
Would you rather type your ReadingLog? This link is to a document you can type on nightly print out on Thursday nights, have your parent sign it, and turn it in on Friday. Be sure to use Spell Check.
This website allows you to access the entire Student Reference Book online! The site is password protected, so your child will need to get a username and password from his or her teacher. Click on the speaker icon to have section read aloud. Click on “Show Me” to watch a video of how to do the skill. In addition, students can play math games that tie directly to the skills they are learning in class.
This website allows you to download a PDF of the Studylinks for our math curriculum.
Click on students and then select Book 5. This site has short videos that review important 5th grades skills such as rounding, multi-digit multiplication, adding fractions, and much more!
This site has even more “how to” math videos and opportunities to practice your math skills!!
This site provides free on-line practice and the best part is you can check your answers! Choose a skill from the list on the left hand side of the screen to make a an on-line worksheet. Fill in the answers and then check to see how you did.
This site allows you to do up to 20 problems a day for free. The best part is you can check your answers and there are tons of skills to choose from.
History Alive! (Blue Textbook) Chapter review link - http://tutorial.teachtci.com Use this link to review for the chapter tests
- Match the colony to the map – 13 Colonies Map
- Mr. Nussbaum – 13 Colonies
- Colonial Williamsburg – Kid Zone
Below are some sites to help with the American Revolution
- The American Revolution - http://www.theamericanrevolution.org/people.aspx
- Famous People of the Revolutionary War - http://www.schenectady.k12.ny.us/users/title3/future%20grant%20projects/Projects/wel-american%20rev/index.htm
- People of the Revolution - http://library.thinkquest.org/TQ0312848/people.htm
- U.S. History.org
- Women of the American Revolution http://www.americanrevolution.org/women/women.html
Just click on an element to find out all about it!
This is another site with periodic table information. Click on an element to learn more about it.
Listen and follow along as you learn how to pronounce the names of the elements on the periodic table.
This site contains a periodic table with a picture of the element or something related to the element. It’s very cool just be careful to stay focused on the information about each element as the site contains a lot of extra info.
Another periodic table. This one includes information about the color of each element.
This website provides instruction in basic typing skills.