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500 Doyle Road
Osteen, Florida 32764
Faculty & Staff
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-ELA/S.S.: We will be learning how to write all our capital letters correctly on lined paper. Also, we will be working on the letters A through L. By the end of September your child should be able to identify the letter and letter sounds A through L. We have started working on learning about rules, laws, and being a good citizen. Next, we will be learning about maps, locating places in our school, and community.
-Math: count and write numbers 0 to 10. Additionally, we will be counting objects up to 10.
-Science: we will be learning about our 5 senses.
-ELA/Writing: Identification of character, setting, and central message. Sequence of events and retelling of a story.
-Writing: Retelling a story in sequence and writing questions
-Math: Count, read, write and label numbers to 120. Relate counting to addition and subtraction. Add and subtract one and two digit numbers.
-Science: What is science? What does a scientist do? and using the five senses
-Social Studies: Class/School Rules, School/Community Leaders and Rights and Responsibilities
-ELA/Writing: Ask & Answer Questions, Determine Unknown Words, Recount/Retell/Recall/Identify Key Ideas & Details, Describe How Characters Respond, Using Illustrations, Point of View, Prefixes,
-Math: Count forwards/backwards within 1000 by 1’s, 5’s, 10’s, 100’s; Identify Numbers within a Sequence; Read/Write Numbers to 1000 (numerals, names, expanded form); Comparing Numbers; Fluently Add & Subtract within 20; Odd & Even; Mentally Add & Subtract 10 and 100 from any given three digit number.
-Science: Science Tools, Inquiry Skills, Scientific Method, Rocks and Soil
-Social Studies: Historical Events, the Constitution, U.S. Symbols
-ELA/Writing: Reading with purpose and responding to literature using text based evidence
-Math: number and operation in base tens
-Science: science tools and what is the scientific method?
-Social Studies: We are learning about citizenship and its many forms and impact on our local communities and the world.
-ELA: Reading strategies for finding text structure, text features, and organizing information to answer questions with evidence. (Some classes are beginning class literature studies)
-Writing: Poetry, elaborating on events in order (“Moments in time”), Figurative language, Spelling patterns review.
-Math: Balancing equations, place value, and basic multiplication facts.
-Science: What methods and tools do scientists use? (Scientific method, science tools and observations/investigations.
-Social Studies: Florida symbols, Citizenship, and public services in our area.
-ELA/Writing: Organizing information to and questions with evidence.
-Math: we are focusing on learning new vocabulary, polishing our long division skills and comparing the place value of digits using the powers of 10
-Science: we are diving into the Scientific Process with some fun Labs. We get to see whether worms prefer a dry or wet surface, what will affect the speed of a toy car, and how to make raisins dance.
-Social Studies: we are learning all about what it means to be a citizen, including our rights as defined by the Declaration of Independence. It’s going to be a great month in 5th Grade!