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Our Fifth Grade Adventure

Emergency Book Fair Help!

Miss Hebert has had her volunteers unexpectedly cancel for tomorrow night!  She is desperate for some help working the book fair from 4:00 to 7:00.  She would be very grateful for whatever time you could offer her!  Thanks in advance for even considering it!

And just a reminder – tomorrow morning is our scheduled book fair time!  If your kiddo plans on purchasing anything at the book fair, tomorrow is our day!  8:45 – 9:05!

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Our Class Book Fair time

Our class is invited to shop the book fair  Wednesday morning at 8:45.  If you are sending money with your kiddo, please understand that money cannot be shared outside of families, and that tax is charged.  The book fair is also available online, so your kiddo may use Wednesday morning to preview items he/she wishes to order online.

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A Visible Nucleus!

As we work through the end of our cells units, both with our own class and Mrs. Miller’s class, we did an experiment with a single cell (unfertilized chicken egg) to demonstrate the cell membrane’s ability to allow materials to pass in and out of the cell.

Without fail, students ask if the egg’s yolk is the cell’s nucleus – it is not! Typically, the nucleus cannot be seen when we do this experiment, but this year – viola!

Examine the photo below, the white dot on the yellow yolk is the nucleus! IMG_3441

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Four Winds!

Four Winds Meets Fifth Grade! on PhotoPeach

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Pumpkin Math 2014 on PhotoPeach

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Unit 2 Math Jeopardy

This is the link to the game, hope this works for everyone!

Copy and paste the link into your browser to play!  (Control C = copy)  (Control V = paste)

 

https://www.superteachertools.net/jeopardyx/jeopardy-review-game.php?gamefile=1413308441#.VD7E5bDF_Tp

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This Week’s Mountain Language

IMG_3396 IMG_3397 IMG_3398

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Organelles For Which You Are Responsible on Tomorrow’s Quiz

mitochondria
chloroplasts
nucleus
nuclear membrane
cell wall
endoplasmic reticulum
cytoplasm
ribosomes
vacuoles
cell membrane

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Spirit Days & Field Trip Reminder!

This Wednesday is our second trip to a live performance!  We’ll be traveling to the Flynn Theater for “Percy Jackson & the Lightning Thief”  I’m SO excited!  Kiddos do not need to arrive early for this one!  We’ll leave MBS at 8:40 and be back in time for lunch!

Spirit Days for October!

October 24 – School Color Day!   Please have kiddos wear the school colors!

October 28 – Inside Out Day!  Everyone is encouraged to wear their clothing inside out!  (Oh my.)

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Science Quiz Next Friday!

We spent some time today in science labeling our cell organelles and solidifying in our minds what their jobs are!  Below is a link to another great video from Harvard!  Kiddos will have their first science test next Friday.  The learning target for this is to know the organelles of a cell, what their basic jobs are, and what are the 3 differences between a plant and animal cell.

Your scientist was strongly encouraged to take home his/her science binder over the weekend to begin studying!  If s/he did, please remind them to bring it back for Monday!  They’ll need it!

 

Powering the Cell, the Mitochondria

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