Check out the videos we made to review division
On Friday this week, the roots and shoots and all the grade 5 students are hosting a bake sale to raise money for toilets at the Mikumi school in which we have a strong bond with the school as you know the Mikumi trip and the school we visit has not the best bathroom or toilets facilities.
As you can see from the pictures below the toilets do not show any privacy for the different genders and that is very bad.
On Friday grade 5 are holding a bake sale in order to raise money to invest in the toilets the current amount of money we have is 1.3 million shillings. We need 2.6 million shillings so half way there teachers and students are encouraged to bring in little goodies , cakes, or cupcakes.
Also students are allowed to bring a maximum 10,000 shillings to buy the goodies. Thank you for your cooperation
Benjamin Tate G5J
A huge thank you to the parents for coming into this morning's Math session.
Watch this video and leave a comment with what you think was the main message of this video...remember to share it with your parents too!
Ms. Tammy's group
You need to complete one of the following choices:
1. Recommend the book Hat Trick to a friend. Write a book review and send it to Ms. Tammy and at least one friend. Tell the book, author, and a quick review. Don't give away the ending!
2. In the Hat Trick, Jud was not allowed to play football on the league. This was common in that setting of the book. Write an opinion paragraph telling whether or not you think boy and girl sports should be separate. Email this paragraph to Ms. Tammy.
Read till end of chapter 7 and write a three sentence summary
Ms. Emma's group
Read pages 95-111 due Thursday
Read upto the end of chapter 10. Write about the theme of chapter 10 in your guided reading book.
Term 2 sheet 5 due by Friday 27th
Visit http://www.myimaths.com/ and complete the tasks allocated
Use Roald Dahl's verse below as an inspiration, write your own verse on a strange/ unfamiliar food that you have eaten. Post your answers in the comments section below
'I've Eaten Many Strange And Scrumptious Dishes...'- Roald Dahl
'I've eaten many strange and scrumptious dishes in my time,
Like jellied gnats and dandyprats and earwigs cooked in slime,
And mice with rice - they're really nice
When roasted in their prime.
(But don't forget to sprinkle them with just a pinch of grime.)
Read Chapter 8 and write a few sentences about its theme due Monday
Read pages 62-86 due Monday
Read chapter 6 and write a three sentence summary
On Tuesday, 24th November, we would like to invite you to a Math Morning. You are welcome to come along between 7.30am and 8.00am. Please allow yourself a minimum of 20 minutes for your child to show you some of their learning in Maths.
This will be done through a variety of mathematical activities.
This session will be led by your child and it is a time for them to share their understanding of maths in relation to our Grade 5 Math expectations.
We look forward to welcoming you and giving you an opportunity to see what and how your child is learning.
The Grade 5 Team
See- Think- Wonder
Which painting did you closely see and analyse?
What did you think? ( No using taboo words..nice and good)
What are some wonderings you had about the colours, shapes and lines used in the painting you studied?
Comment in the box below, due Monday 23rd Nov
There are many of you who would like to use the field at break times but don’t necessarily want to play football. So a few weeks ago, the Student Action Council sent out a survey to find out how students spend their break times and to find out how they would like to use the field if football wasn’t the only option available.
The response was fabulous and we received some terrific ideas. Unfortunately we don’t yet have the equipment for horse riding, or golf, but we are able to set up some other games for you to try out.
This Thursday there will be no football on the field during either of the break times. Instead, there will be a variety of alternative games for you to play.
We will have:
Members of the Student Action Council will be out on the field to assist you and there will be one or two extra adults on duty to help out if necessary.
We hope you will come along and try something new.
The Student Action Council