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April 6, 2020
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Click here for the Easter Color by Number Page #1
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March 29, 2020
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March 22, 2020
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Click here for Vocabulary Unit 14 Test
Art Assignment- due Friday, April 3rd… please email your child’s assignment to Mrs. Austermehle at Raaustermehle@stmargarets-rs.org
Get outside and enjoy nature. Spring has sprung.With a pencil and a piece of copy paper sketch a tree that has recently bloomed. Take notice to the flowers, leaves and the branches.( I’ve noticed the bright white , yellow and pink petals .) Be detailed and use colored pencils, crayons or even water colors. Add color to the background as well.
Work from week of March 16, 2020
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5th Grade Spanish Work- Week of 3/16
Objective: SWBAT identify body parts in Spanish
- Look at “El cuerpo” vocabulary on p. 9
- Watch Señor Jordan’s “Learn Spanish! – Parts of the body” video and repeat the Spanish terms for body parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQm_6ZKKyGA
- In your notebook, draw a person and label all the body parts in Spanish. You may watch Señor Jordan’s video again, pausing if you need more time, to copy the words that are not in your textbook.
- Notice that in the book the body parts are all singular, but in the video some of them are plural. For example: “el ojo” means “the eye,” and “los ojos” means “the eyes.”
- Practice saying the body parts in Spanish and pointing to that body part on your body as you say it.
Art Project- due the week of March 30th
- On a piece of white copy paper, create a bright and colorful pattern that you could use on a table cover, curtain, or wallpaper. You may use markers and colored sharpies. Pay attention to detail and have fun!
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**All students (except for Advanced Math students) must have 600 points in First in Math by March 27th.**