Mr. MacMillan

Math Fun

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.

 

 

Posted: April 13, 2020

Here is a schedule with different ideas with options for using technology, and no technology. The important thing is that everyone stays safe and tries some. Don't let it frustrate you.

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Posted: April 13, 2020

Here is a science experiment you can perform either on your own or with your brothers and sisters. There is a tasty result!!!!!

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April 14th-17th

 

Hello Grade 5s!  We all hope you are doing well and staying safe. I am sure the Easter Bunny came to most of you because I heard he was classified as an essential worker just like our brave health care workers and people going in to work at grocery stores and pharmacies everyday. Here is some work so the learning doesn’t stop.

 

 

Math multiplication Facts

One page each day.

 

They can be found here.

One a Day Math Facts

 

Activity

15-20 Minutes

Make a math game with any household items. When finished, play with a family member in your house.

IXL.ca

10 minutes each day

Try and stay close to your grade level

 

 

 

Language Arts lesson plan:

 

Listen to “A Wrinkle in Time”

A Wrinkle in Time

Journal and questions

Do a few questions each day along with a journal entry on your day. How are things going? What did you do? How is this working for you?

Do a few questions each day.

 

Answer a few questions each day and write a short journal entry about your day.

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Posted: April 13, 2020

Chose one page to complete each day.

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Posted: April 13, 2020

Hi Team Grade 5

If any of you would like to have your gmail address sent to them along with a password reset code send me a message at 

blake@esgenschool.ca

Thanks

Mr.MacMillan

 

Posted: April 9, 2020

Original art is so cool!!!!

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Posted: April 9, 2020

Art can take all forms. Is there a form of art that really interests you?

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Posted: April 9, 2020

If you are able, print this out and colour it. When you finish take a picture and send it back.

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Pages

Videos

Added: Mon, Nov 9 2020

Documents

Math Facts April 14-17
How neat can you colour me??