Name: Melanie UnderhillEmail: email@example.comGrade / Subject: Fifth grade mathHello everyone- Virtual Awards Day Video is attached. I will also put on my Teacher Web Page. Congratulations!! Love Mrs. Underhill
https://youtu.be/PhuQ8yl74dMloAre you interested in being in the band? Ms. Danielle Hoffer is the band teacher at the Jr/Sr High School. You are eligible to be in the band beginning in the 6th grade. She has included some information below for you to checout and a form at the end to let her know you are interested in the band. You can ask direct questions about band to her at firstname.lastname@example.orgAlso she put the information in a Monday thru Friday format. You can look at each part in any order you would like. My son joined the band and really enjoyed it when he was in 6th grade. My daughter joined the chorus in 11th grade and absolutely loved it as well! Ms. Hoffer is wonderful teacher!
BE PART OF THE BAND WEEK
Be Part of the BAND Main Video – In this video, you will get an introduction into the WORLD OF BAND. You will hear about the different instruments and reasons why other students your age chose to BE PART OF THE BAND, why they chose their instrument and why they enjoy band!
Check out “Main Video” at https://vimeo.com/81811262
Student Interviews – hear from other students about their experience with joining the band and learning to play an instrument.
Check out “Student Interviews” at https://vimeo.com/81813279
For the Parents – hear from other parents about their experiences with having a child in band.
Check out “Parent Video” at https://vimeo.com/81819035
Watch and listen as other students demonstrate and talk about their instrument, why they chose their instrument and why they love music and being A PART OF THE BAND!!
Check out “Instrument Demonstrations” at https://vimeo.com/81811263
SIGN UP TO BE A PART OF THE BAND!!
Complete the Google Form to show your interest in being A PART OF THE BAND! This is the first step to joining band as a 6th Grader next year. Only students who complete a form will be scheduled for Band in the Fall.
BE PART OF THE BAND Google Form:
Please feel free to contact me anytime at email@example.comYour child's report card will be mailed by May 29. G3 grades will reflect grades only up to March 13. Please let me know if you have questions.We spend a little time working on dividing fractions, but not as much as I had planned. Below is a Schoolnet for you to try if you would like to practice Dividing fractions. Some directions:1. Read the problem decide what is being divided (that can be tricky sometimes). That would be the fraction that comes first.2.). Write the equation.3.). Remember that video we watched (I will attach) To divide by a fraction heres a tip- Keep, Change, Flip4.) Keep the first number, change divide to multiply, Flip the second fraction (reciprocal- 1/4 would become 4/1- flip the order of numerator and denominator)5.). Multiply Reduce or Simplify fraction1.). Whate is Emma dividing? Cider so that fractions comes first2.). 1/3 dividied by 5/1Keep 1/3 change divide to multiply, change 5/1 to 1/51/3 x 1/5 = 1/151/15 is in simplest form because the numerator is 1.Your answer to number 2 is 1/15
Dividing Fractions with KEEP, CHANGE, FLIP | Fractions Rap Song (Youtube)Another objective we did not cover much was converting units when given a conversion sheet. I am attaching a Schoolnet for that as well. I know that some of the Freckle Math assignments and the Khan Academy deal with converting units of measurement. You can also google conversions. (Exam[;e how many liters are in a milliliter) or refer to your math practice book. You are going to either multiply or divide to convert measurement. Google for examples or go to Khan Academy- they have good YouTube on how to figure it out.
Sharika has 8 liters of soda in her shopping cart. Derrick has 6 liters of soda in his shopping cart. How many milliliters of soda do Derrick and Sharika have in both carts?
1.). How many are in both cart? add 8 liters + 6 liters = 14 liters2.). google conversion chart (prefix milli means 1,000). 1 liter= 1000 milliliters3.). 14 x 1,000= 14, 000 milliliters (ml)My hope is that you can get into Schoolnet with your password or QR coade- If you don't have it you can contact me. Like a lot of things, we are figuring this out as we go. I don't want you to overthink this or worry about it. My intent is to provide this because I knew Freckle Math started with measurement.Freckle Math-- Take the pretest in Freckle. It takes some time and if you don't know the answers, it is s ok. It will access where you are and give you practice. Then go into Practices with that skill. NOTICE THE HELP BUTTONS (EXAMPLE BELOW). You can watch a video or get an example that helps you. You will probably need to look at these tools to help you, since there is some material I have assigned that we have not covered this year..Khan Academy- I have added 5th grade objectives (5th grade 2018). You can join th class https://www.khanacademy.org/join/Class code is DK88RGPUI have added a video to Google classroom, and am currently trying to add videos from Khan Academy for how to add/subtract mixed numbers. If I am unable to successfully cut and paste, you can simply look up adding/ subtracting mixed numbers on Khan Academy. I have assigned some work for you in Khan Academy as well. Code and instructions are above. Earlier I suggested that you make your own accounts if you have that is fine as well.I hope that everyone is doing well. I put some updated resources on here for you. My main concern is you and how you are doing! Be safe and know that I love you and I miss you!New-- Freckle Math (formerly Front Row Math)
Visit: student.freckle.comClass Code: 386DNCUser name is your first and last nameAt Home Learning PacketsSuggested work May 4-11 Add, Subtract, Multiply Fractions and Mixed Numbers (Review) and Divide Fractions (We hit on this a little before we left- Keep first fraction, Change divide to multiply, Flip the second fraction). reduce or simplify*** Important Information-- Go to Duplin County Main Webpage. There are lots of resources on the Third Tab on the left. It does have OFFLINE Resources ( at home learning packet). If you scroll down you will see ONLINE Resources and lots of free fun educational websites for your to sign into. Be sure to look at the Resources there are tons of good things there. Below is one example I posted from that sight but there are lots of them.
Into Math is the core curriculum resource for math students in grades K-5. Students have access to the digital content online, which matches his/her classroom textbooks. Students may complete interactive lessons and activities as a review of concepts already learned or exploring new concepts. Click here for instructions on accessing Into Math.At Home Learning PacketsSuggested work May 4-11 Add, Subtract, Multiply Fractions and Mixed Numbers (Review) and Divide Fractions (We hit on this a little before we left- Keep first fraction, Change divide to multiply, Flip the second fraction). reduce or simplifyI have added videos to Google classroom, and am currently trying to add videos from Khan Academy for how to add/subtract mixed numbers. If I am unable to successfully cut and paste, you can simply look up adding/ subtracting mixed numbers on Khan Academy. I have assigned some work for you in Khan Academy as well. I am working on getting a code for you on Khan AcademyDon't forget you have your math practice books at home! You can use them to help you.I have set up a Google classroom, please check out and join. Students can sign in using your Gmail account (look for grid) or by typing https://classroom.google.com then sign in with your email accounts. I will be working on how to email you.Class code is below my name on that page or here zkdxvn7Student emails username : first three letters first name, first three letters last name, last four numbers of library firstname.lastname@example.orgPassword- library numberAccept invitation to join Google Classroom on your emailCheck all of your teacher's web pages - all 5th grade teachers. (Tracy Cruse, Vickie Mutter, Melanie Underhill, Cynthia Reynolds)Resource teachers have been busy working too!- Check out Heather Best (PE), Andrea Carroll (Art), Becky Kerns (Music)Mrs. Laura Bryan has a great newsletter, you can find on Mrs. Laura's webpage or on my useful links tab. Join it- she updates it Monday, Wednesday, Friday.Duplin County Schools has provided some helpful links on the main Duplin County Web page- see third link to the left or on main page- DCS Home Learning Resources. Learning Packets are also available on website for you to print or view online.I have also provided some websites on my helpful links on this page (Teacher Webpage- Melanie Underhill)I think it is so important to remember these are trying times and if your child gets stressed out, just stop and read a book together, go outside together, or watch a funny YouTube video together. Learning is very important, but your child's physical and mental well being is the most important thing!Math can make parents and children disagree. Be patient! I always tell students there is more than one way to solve.a problem, find the way that makes sense to you. If we are both traveling to a destination, we might go a different way, but as long as we get there that is the most important thing!I hope you find this information helpful, and remember it is NOT a requirement! I look forward to seeing everyone as soon as possible! God bless you and your family!