WEEK 7: May 11-15 online learning

Q4W7 Online learning May 11-15

Ms. Kimmel’s email: 

Kimmell@ivyhawnschool.org 

lskimmel@voluisa.k12.fl.us to use for OFFICE 365 emails (For PPT)

*Join our class remind here: class code is @Kimmelmat CLICK HERE

**Submitting Work: Submit all work via email,  Microsoft word (through office 365 on vportal) or print and scan work and email it. Please be sure to title the subject of the email the title of the assignment. ** (Some assignments will be graded upon completetion if the assignment was a digital format and score will be sent to me automatically.) 

OFFICE HOURS: 10:00-11:30 and 1:30-3:00. This is when I will be available to answer questions through email, or remind.  IF needed we can even schedule a video conference through Teams (or face time)  to help with work or answer questions.  Parents OR Students. 🙂

STUDENTS: The quickest way to contact me is through Microsoft Teams chat on office 365 through vPortal. I will stay logged in throughout the day for you to reach me, and I will also schedule set times for our whole class to  meet to touch base. ****Make sure you check your office 365 email regularly. And log into teams daily for any messages I may have sent****

ATTENDANCE:  We must see that you are doing work daily to be counted as present and actively participating.

***GRADES: Weekly grades will be taken from ALL WEEKLY work completed and submitted to the teacher either through email or digital platforms.  The weekly assignments will be added together and an average score will be given as the weekly assessments score.***

 

12 Painfully True End-of-School-Year Teacher Memes

                   MATH AND SCIENCE
                     {Make Up Work Week}

NO iReady this week
            **VERY IMPORTANT PLEASE READ ENTIRELY**
                   o This is MAKE UP WORK WEEKit is your responsibility to login to your
                      gradebook, check and complete ALL of your missing work for the 4th quarter
                  o You do not need to message me and ask what is missing, gradebook is up-to-                                      date unless you submitted something late and did not let me know
                  o Anything with an “x”, “m”, or “NG” needs to be completed before I can                       finalize your 4th quarter report card grades
                  o If you feel there is a mistake, please let me know and I will double check it
                  o Please email me, message me on Teams, or have your parents message me                         on Remind when ALL of your 4th quarter work is completed. I will give you                       an all clear to complete the fun activity below.

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***** I WILL BE FINALIZING 4TH QUARTER
GRADES ON MAY 22, SO ALL WORK FOR 4TH
QUARTER MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 6:00 PM
ON FRIDAY, MAY 22****
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             ARE YOU FINISHED WITH ALL OF YOUR
                   MAKEUP WORK? READ BELOW:
Digital 5th Grade Memory Book Activity
• This is NOT considered make up work! This is a fun activity for students who have completed ALL of their 4th quarter work and got the OKAY from me 🙂
• Login to Office 365 to find the PowerPoint I shared with you titled: “Digital Memory Book (Your Name)”
THIS MEMORY BOOK IS BASED ON THE ENTIRE
YEAR, NOT JUST 4TH QUARTER 😉
• Be as creative as you wish!
The document will save to your name automatically as you edit it in Office 365 (so
you don’t need to share it with me, I will see your edits live).

 

 

  • OPTIONAL FOR EXTRA CREDIT
  • Science topic review game
  • DIRECTIONS: Choose ONE of your favorite science topics that we have studied this year and create a 25 question jeopardy game OR kahoot based on this topic. Share it with me via email when you are finished: kimmell@ivyhawnschool.org
  • Jeopardy Lab Game Instructions: Click Here
  • Kahoot Game Instructions: Click Here

TOPICS TO CHOOSE FROM:

-Space/Solar System (galaxies, home galaxy is the Milky Way, compare/contrast the properties of inner and outer planets, objects of the Solar System – sun, planets, moons, asteroids, comets, atmosphere, gravity, revolution/revolve, rotation)

-Water Cycle (collection, condensation, evaporation, freshwater, heat gain/warming, heat loss/cooling, liquid water, precipitation, reservoir, resources (renewable/nonrenewable), runoff
saltwater, solid water/ice, states of matter, water cycle models, water vapor/gas)

-Weather (types of weather, environment, fair weather, stormy weather, weather components (air pressure, air temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind direction, wind speed), barometer, thermometer, hygrometer, rain gauge, wind vane, anemometer, clouds (cirrus, cumulonimbus, cumulus, stratus), erosion, hail, rain, seasons, sleet, snow

-Climate (desert, environments, forest, grassland, mountains, rainforest, swamps, tundra, wetland, climate, climate zone, elevation, environment, equator, latitude, polar, temperate, tropical, difference between weather and climate)

-Forms of Energy (absorb, bend, conduct/conductor, energy – chemical, electrical, heat,(thermal), light, mechanical, sound, friction, heat flow, heat gain, heat loss, insulator
(poor conductor), motion, opaque, pitch, reflect, translucent, transparent, attract, electric charge, electricity, repel, static electricity, closed circuit, conductors, electricity, insulator
(poor conductor), open circuit, simple circuit, switches)

-Properties of Matter (properties of solids, liquids, and gases, such as mass, volume, color, texture, and temperature, attract/repel, magnetic, mass, physical properties observable/measurable, states of matter, water displacement, chemical change, condense, decay, evaporate, freeze, melt, physical change, physical weathering, temperature change, dissolve, mixture, atoms, sieve)

-Human Body (functions of the major organs in our human body, brain, heart, lungs, stomach, liver, small intestine, large intestine, pancreas, muscles, skeleton (internal), kidneys, bladder, reproductive organs, sensory organs, eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin

-Forces and Motion (attract/attraction, balanced forces, direction, distance, force, friction, gravity, magnetism, motion, newton (N), position, pull, push, repel/repulsion, speed, spring scale, unbalanced forces)

-Nature of Science (experiment, investigation, observations, inferences, reliability, repetition, trials, prediction, repeated observation, results, scientific method – question/problem, research, hypothesis, experiment, procedure, data/evidence, results, conclusion, application, accurate, experimental design, control group, variables, interpreting charts and graphs, evidence, verified observation, exploration, opinion, test)