Mr. MacMillan

Math Fun

Posted: April 28, 2020

Colour the pages using what you have learned about fraction to  match the colour to the equivalent fraction

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Posted: April 27, 2020

Posted: April 27, 2020

Compare Fractions

Posted: April 27, 2020

Equivalent Fraction

Hi Boys and Girls

I hope you all had a great week. Please find attached your Home Learning Opportunities for the week of April 27th, 2020. By now everyone has some sort of technology to reach our website but if you are having any difficulty just contact the school at 776-1206 and someone will be able to help you out. Have great week and I will contacting you through the week to see how everything is going. Stay safe and have fun. 

Mr MacMillan

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Posted: April 21, 2020

After watching the video on fractions, complete the worksheet or make a drawing of items that can be divided into equal fractions.

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Posted: April 21, 2020

Once you have watched the lesson, download, printout (if you can) and complete the fraction identication worksheet. If you can not print it out, try and draw pictures of things that can be cut into 'fractions'. Remember to make sure the are equal parts.

Posted: April 19, 2020

For those of you having a hard time thinking of something to write about, why not try this?

Write a letter to me. Write about one thing you have learned to do during this time of physical distancing and isolation. Remember this should be about something you have learned. Maybe it is something you learned at home but never really had the time to try. . Maybe it is something you learned through our Home Learning website. It could even be something you learned about the outdoors, a wonder of nature or something about your Mi’kmaq heritage. Think of one thing you learned to do, and tell me all about it. 

Describe what it is that you learned to do.
Explain if it was hard or easy to do and give reasons. Tell where you were and if anyone helped you. Describe how you felt when you learned how to do it. 

It can be mailed out to me at the school

Mr.MacMillan

Esgenoopetitj School

603 Bayview Drive

Esgenoopetitj N.B.

E9G2A5

Or email it to me 

Blake@esgenschool.ca

Posted: April 19, 2020

Here are Multiplication worksheets to do. Complete one a day if you can. If you are able to print it out take a picture of the completed one and send it back either by text or email. If you are not sure how you can ask K.C. Hope you all had a great week last week. I will be giving you a shout next week again. Play lots, laugh lots, and stay safe.

Due Date: 

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Posted: April 19, 2020

 

Tasks requiring no technology

 

 

Reading

Writing

Math

Science

Health and Wellness

Grab a book and read for 20 minutes

Write in your journal. Start out small. Something as simple as what you are doing each day. Its your journal. Begin for 15 minutes and try to create a drawing about it when you are done. 

Write a letter to someone you love in your family.

Play a board games or card games. This helps your numeracy skills and how to follow directions. Board games such as Monopoly, Snakes and Ladders and Trouble are great. Card games such as War, Fish, and Crazy 8s are all good

Studying the weather, Sun and stars, the tides, and seasons are all good ways to gain Science knowledge. Any of these help develop scientific thinking skills.

Begin by making a list of all the things you want to do that this social isolation will not allow you to do. When we are through with the isolation, try to do as many of the things you wrote down. Make sure you stay active everyday. We should try to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day

Tasks requiring technology

Reading

Writing

Math

Science

Health and Wellness

Read 20 minutes. Apply for a New Brunswick Library Card. There are lots of ebooks and audio books.

See above. Use your gmail account to send an email to Mr. MacMillan to tell him how you are doing.

IXL Math. Look for work from Mr.MacMillan that appears on the burntchurchschool.ca website. Try a page everyday. 

See above or check out Mr. MacMillan’s teacher page. Here is a cool link for a free workbook, with some cool experiments to try.

Here is the linkto Mrs. Schofield’s teacher page with her suggestions for what you could do in April.

 

 

Pages

Videos

Added: Thu, May 7 2020

Documents

Fraction Identification
Grade 5 General Timetable
Science Learning Opportunity
A Wrinkle in Time Questions Chapter 1-3