Our reflections from our class discussion are posted on our Padlet wall. If you’d like to go back to investigate more at True Size Maps, you can visit the website any time!

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Our reflections from our class discussion are posted on our Padlet wall. If you’d like to go back to investigate more at True Size Maps, you can visit the website any time!

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Check out these videos created by Numberock! They’re a great way to review some of the math skills we’re working on in class right now. There are many more on their YouTube channel, so check them out!

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On va utiliser ces échantillons des infographies pour un travail en classe – Pour vous préparer, choisissez deux infographies ci-dessous qui vous intéressez!

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We’ve made an anchor chart in class to help remember these terms.

To help you remember, you might want to check out this catchy song:

Or even work on a lesson from Kahn Academy.

However you do it, make sure you memorize these terms!

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We will be starting book clubs in room 214! You will be receiving more information in class about how Book Clubs will work, but for now, your job is to look at the copies of the books that are displayed in class, and watch all 8 of the trailers below. After that, you will rank your choices for books, in order of preference. Number 1 means you are **MOST** interested in this book, number 8 means that you are **LEAST** interested in this book. Once the ranked ballots are submitted, Mme. Payne will make up the groups and let you know which book you’ll be reading. Remember, you may not get your first choice of books, but Mme. Payne will make sure you’re assigned a book that is the right level for you and will be interesting!

**Rules for ranking books:**

- If you have read this book already, DO NOT rank it. Write
**I’VE READ IT**next to the book title. - If you have seen the movie based on this book, DO NOT rank it. Write
**I’VE SEEN IT**next to the book title. **DO NOT**rank the books the same way your friends do. This will not lead to a happy book club! We will be doing 3 rounds of book clubs over the rest of the year, so you will have a chance to work with your friends at least once. Book clubs are tons of fun, but only when the groups are made up correctly, so don’t worry about what your friends want. Worry about what books interest you the most.

Book choices are due by the end of the day on **Thursday February 16!**

#1 Because of Winn-Dixie, by Kate DiCamillo

#2 Holes, by Louis Sachar

#3 Wonder, by R.J. Palacio

#4 Sideways Stories from Wayside School, by Louis Sachar

#5 Hoot, by Carl Hiaasen

#6 Boy in the Dress, by David Walliams

#7 Bridge to Terabithia, by Katherine Paterson

#8 Tuck Everlasting, Natalie Babbitt

Can you guess what our Book Club theme is? Yes, that’s right, it’s books that have all been made into movies!

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As an additional challenge this week, I encourage all students to take a look at the Kahn Academy math practice for grades 5 and 6. Check out the DATA MANAGEMENT sections and test out your understanding of graphs and your ability to solve problems based on data sets.

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/pre-algebra-math-reasoning

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/on-sixth-grade-math/on-data-management-probability

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