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Frog Pond Elementary School

305 Frog Pond Road

Little Egg Harbor, NJ  08087

 

 

LESSON 22

 

storage

olive

service

relative

cabbage

courage

native

passage

voyage

knowledge

image

creative

average

justice

detective

postage

cowardice

adjective

village

language

prejudice

cooperative

beverage

heritage

apprentice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HELLO 5W CREW!

 

PLEASE RETURN YOUR ORANGE FOLDER AND SLIP TOMORROW AS WELL AS YOUR SLIP WITH YOUR FIELD SHIRT SIZE ON IT!  DUE 5/15.

 

FIELD DAY IS ON JUNE 2ND!  WE ARE THE BLUE TEAM AND YOU WILL EACH RECEIVE A SHIRT FROM ME!  MY TREAT FOR SUCH A FANTASTIC, AWESOME, FABULOUS, WONDERFUL OUTSTANDING YEAR WITH ALL OF YOU!

 

lesson 21 --vocabulary--study daily!

https://quizlet.com/22516222/journeys-5th-grade-vocabulary-lesson-21-flash-cards/

 

https://quizlet.com/72541203/journeys-grade-5-unit-5-lesson-21-target-vocab-flash-cards/

 

 

LESSON 21--SPELLING QUIZLET SITE:

 

https://quizlet.com/43303270/journeys-5-lesson-21-spelling-flash-cards/

 

THIS TYPE OF SITE WILL HELP YOhttp://www.ccusd93.org/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectiondetailid=29691&U WITH YOUR SPELLING:

 

http://www.spellingcity.com/view-spelling-list.html?listId=9444010&x=be319

 

http://hmhinthenews.com/ 

 

 

LESSON 20--SPELLING FOR JOURNEYS--ASSSESSMENT IS FRIDAY!  STUDY DAILY! 

salsa

mattress

tycoon

burrito

bandana

tomato

poncho

dungarees

lasso

patio

siesta

cargo

vanilla

tsunami

iguana

plaza

caravan

hammock

pajamas

gallant

mosquito

cathedral

alligator

tambourine

sombrero

 

 

 

 

 

 

LESSON 20 VOCABULARY FOR JOURNEYS:

 

ASSESSMENT IS ON FRIDAY! STUDY AND PRACTICE DAILY!

 

https://quizlet.com/53127185/journeys-az-5th-lesson-20-the-black-stallion-flash-cards/ 

 

 

Lesson 20—Vocabulary

  1. Fitful—restless, uneasy
  2. Piercing—loud, shrill noise/high pitched sound
  3. Delicacy—appealing food/delicious food
  4. Descended—go down
  5. Heave—to swell or bulge
  6. Quivered-shake and tremble
  7. Marveling—admiring with wonder
  8. Diminishing—decreasing, lessening, growing smaller
  9. Rhythmic—having a patterned beat
  10. Savage—wild, fierce

 

 

 

Please use this Audio Hub and read along with your reader during the week:

 

https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/reading/journeys2014/na/gr5/online_audio_hub_9780547933368_/student.html

 

 

ATTENTION 5W--PLEASE WATCH THE FOLLOWING GRAMMAR SNAP VIDEOS ON PREPOSITONS AND PRONOUNS.

 

prepositions:

 

https://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid908623496001?bckeyAQ~~,AAAB7-FLLaE~,9V55-HsOf9ztIL6zPDzzkKGU4dcoiNtT&bctid=ref:txgs_g5_pos_prpph_007&secureConnections=true&secureHTMLConnections=true

 

INDEFINITE pronouns:

 

 https://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid908623496001?bckeyAQ~~,AAAB7-FLLaE~,9V55-HsOf9ztIL6zPDzzkKGU4dcoiNtT&bctid=ref:txgs_g6_pos_prn_002&secureConnections=true&secureHTMLConnections=true

 

other GRAMMAR SNAPS:

 

https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/reading/journeys2014/na/common/teacher_gateway_9780547934518_/grade/grade5.html 

 

follow up from our SOIL/FARM VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP ON 4/23/15:  THIS IS VERY INTERSTING... PLEASE READ...
http://www.thescienceofsoil.com/sites/all/themes/nfl_ui/created_equal/?utm_source=DiscoveryEducation&utm_medium=vftwidget_1mm_4.9.15&utm_campaign=NFL_2015

 

METEOR SHOWER TONIGHT AND EARLY TOMORROW MORNING:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rNmmHXEdTc&feature=youtu.be

 

 

JOURNEYS VOCABULARY:

 

http://www.mychandlerschools.org/Page/63341

 

At the request of our administration, please review the dress regulation policy, especially since warmer weather is approaching.  Please dress appropriately and safely. 

 

 

DRESS REGULATIONS

 

It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to send children to school properly dressed.  This board policy is in place to ensure the safety of the students and prevent disruption of the education program.  The following minimum standards are considered appropriate guidelines for student attire: 

 

► Skirts must be at least of finger-tip length.  No spandex shorts are allowed unless under a skirt of appropriate length. 

 

► See-through shirts, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps, and low-cut tops that expose cleavage are not permitted.  Pants must be worn at waist level. 

 

► Footwear must be firmly secured to feet.  For safety reasons, no flip-flops or any type of beach footwear are permitted. 

 

PLEASE BE SAFE! OPEN SHOES, LIKE SANDALS OR FLIP FLOPS ARE A SAFETY HAZARD! OUTDOOR RECESS, BOARDING BUSES, AND GYM REQUIRE SNEAKERS AND/OR SENSIBLE SAFE SHOES!

► Hats or caps are not permitted inside the school building except for approved programs or events. 

 

► Jewelry, especially earrings, must be safe and conducive to both academic and physical activities or should be removed for those occasions. 

 

► Students may wear shorts that are at least finger-tip length at any time except during special occasions when other dress is specifically required or weather condition make wearing shorts inappropriate for health reasons. 

 

► Clothing should be neat and clean.  No ripped or tattered clothing is permitted.  ► Any writing or pictorial representations on clothing should not detract from the orderly environment of the school.  Words, images, or representations considered obscene, dangerous, or insulting to others are not permitted.

 

 

 

 

LESSON 19 VOCABULARY:

 

https://quizlet.com/26055222/journeys-grade-5-lesson-19-flash-cards/

 

 

Lesson 19 Vocabualary:

1 deteriorating—becoming worse, falling apart

2 exception—something that does not fit into a general rule.

3. issue—a subject or problem that people think and talk about

4. urge—to try to persuade strongly

5. ordinance—rule or a law

6. granted—given in an official way

7. effective—successful/achieves desired results/ it works

8.violations—breaking the laws

9.minimum—the very least

10. dependent—relying on others.

 

lesson 19 Spelling--Quiz is Friday, 4/24

 

 

lately

settlement

watchful

countless

steadily

closeness

calmly

government

agreement

Cloudiness

delightful

noisily

tardiness

forgetful

forgiveness

harmless

enjoyment

appointment

effortless

plentiful

clumsiness

movement

pavement

lonely

penniless

 

 

PLUTO:  ALERT.....

 

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/newhorizons/main/index.html

 http://www.ourpluto.org/home

NASA’s New Horizons probe has been traveling nine years and more than three billion miles to the outer edges of our solar system. When it reaches Pluto, on July 14, it will send back the first-ever close-up images of the dwarf planet and its moons.

 

You can submit names for as-yet-undiscovered geological features on Pluto and its largest moon, Charon. Names must fit into themes about mythology or exploration. You can also check out suggested names and vote for your favorites (see the section just for kids). But don’t wait. Deadline for both is next Friday, April 24.

 

Please scroll down for FYI --#1-8 and more! :) 

Dear 5W Crew,

 

     1. Let's keep the memory of our dear local hero alive.  Mr. George Czurlanis, a WWII Veteran, recipient of  a Purple Heart and Bronze Star,  passed away last week at the age of 94.  Remember our Pulaski Day Memorial Ceremony back in October?  Well, Mr. Czurlanis was our local hero responsible for making us all aware of our Revolutionary War roots here in Little Egg Harbor, NJ.

Let us keep the life and legacy of Mr. Czurlanis alive in our local history!  Here is a write up about Mr. Czurlanis.  I sure will miss him; however, let's read about the wonderful part of history that he gave to each of us. Let's try next October to attend the Pulaski Day Memorial and continue to cherish our American history by reading more about our great country, the home of the free and the brave!

 

 

http://thesandpaper.villagesoup.com/p/local-revolutionary-war-historian-george-czurlanis-passes-away/1325179

 

http://www.leht.com/admin/data/img/uploads/Little_Egg_Harbor_Spring_Smr_14.pdf

 

 

2.   4/4/18 PLACED ON THE 5W WEB PAGE:  Quizlet for lesson 18 vocabulary Journeys:

 

http://quizlet.com/23523644/journeys-grade-5-lesson-18-flash-cards/

 

 

3.    4/4/18 PLACED ON THE WEB PAGE:   LESSON 18 SPELLING

 

YOUR QUIZ WILL BE ON 4/17!

 

duties

earlier

loveliest

denied

ferries

sunnier

terrified

abilities

dirtier

scariest

trophies

cozier

enemies

iciest

greediest

drowsier

victories

horrified

memories

strategies

unified

dictionaries

boundaries

satisfied

tragedies

 

 

HELLO TO OUR 5W CREW! 

 

4.     GREAT SPRING SUGGESTION:

 

1.   JOIN THIS WEBSITE. YOU RECEIVE A DAILY E-MAIL ABOUT HEALTHY EATING HABITS AND EXERCISE....I REALLY ENJOY THESE E-MAILS.

 

http://choosemyplate.gov/index.html  SIGN UP--IT'S FREE!  THANK YOU, MRS. JILLSON FOR THIS GREAT SITE DURING HEALTH!

 

EAT YOUR VEGGIES AND FRUIT....

http://choosemyplate.gov/food-groups/downloads/TenTips/DGTipsheet11KidFriendlyVeggiesAndFruits.pdf

 

 

 

 

5.     Dear 5W,
Have a great spring break! There is no homework and/or reading steps.  You have worked so hard these past few weeks, and I am proud of your efforts. Enjoy your time off with family and friends.  If you choose to do steps, just record on a log and we will add to your total when you come back.  See you on Monday, April 13th. Be safe! Have Fun!  Eat healthy and exercise!

Take care.

Mrs. Worosz, Your 5th grade teacher

 

 

6.    ATTENTION 5W STUDENTS:

 

AS OF 4/14, START CHECKING THE GRADE PORTAL FOR MESSAGES.  YOU WILL SEE ASSIGNMENTS WITH MESSAGES AND CHANCES TO RESUBMIT BY  FRIDAY,  4/17.  YOU NEED TO KEEP INFORMED ABOUT YOUR GRADES. USE OUR WEB PAGE CALENDAR FOR UPDATES ON QUIZZES AND TESTS!  HAVE  A GREAT BREAK.  I WILL NOT BE POSTING ANY GRADES UNTIL 4/14. SET YOUR GOALS EACH WEEK IN YOUR PLANNER.  DO YOUR PERSONAL BEST!  BE POSITIVE!

 

 

 

7.    HEY, TIME FLEW TODAY....ON 4/4 (BONZA-BOTTLER DAY AGAIN!) WE WILL BE HAVING A LUNAR ECLIPSE.

CHECK OUT THIS CLIP.:

 

NASA Science News for March 30, 2015

On Saturday morning, April 4th, sky watchers in the USA can see a brief but beautiful total eclipse of the Moon.

 

 

 

 

 

8.     The eagles are ready to hatch! Stay tuned and watch the cam...

 

http://www.conservewildlifenj.org/education/eaglecam/

 

We will be going on a Virtual Field Trip on Monday, 3/23 at 1 p.m.  Off to the FARM, we go!

 

 

 VIRTUAL FARM FIELD TRIP GO.docx 

 

Have fun before and after the trip on this site:

 

http://www.incredibleegg.org/

 

 

Interesting videos featuring farmers:  http://www.incredibleegg.org/good-egg-project/meet-our-farmers

 

Egg recipeshttp://www.incredibleegg.org/recipes

 

HEALTH AND NUTRITIONhttp://www.incredibleegg.org/health-and-nutrition

 

egg facts:   http://www.incredibleegg.org/egg-facts

 

AMAZING, SO MUCH TO LEARN ABOUT EGGS:  http://www.incredibleegg.org/egg-facts/eggcyclopedia

 

EASTER EGGS:  http://www.incredibleegg.org/fun-easter-egg-ideas/

 

 

 

 

COMIC CARTOON CREATOR:

 

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/comic/index.html 

 

JOURNEYS VOCABULARY--LESSON 17!
 http://quizlet.com/36406558/journeys-grade-5-lesson-17-vocabulary-flash-cards/

 

 

 REVIEW THE PRACTICE PARCC TEST TO BECOME BETTER ABLE TO USE THE TOOL BARS.  DO ELA AND MATH PRACTICE TESTS. THIS WILL HELP YOU MANEUVER THE COMPUTER NEXT WEEK!  HERE IS THE SITE:

 

http://parcc.pearson.com/practice-tests/

 

http://parcc.pearson.com/tutorial/

 

  HERE ARE YOUR LESSON 17 SPELLING WORDS FOR THE WEEK.  QUIZ WILL BE FRIDAY. STUDY DAILY!  DO YOUR BEST!

 

 

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