February 19 – February 23

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on February 18, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

February 21 – One School, One Book kick off

February 23 – Popcorn Friday

February 27 – Symphony Field trip

March 1 – Field trip to Freshman Campus

March 12 – 15 – Parent / Teacher Conferences

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Dividing with decimals

History – Middle Colonies

Science – Essential Question: What are the predictable patterns caused by Earth’s movement in the solar system?

Writing – Narrative

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Witch of Blackbird Pond

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

February 12 – February 16

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on February 11, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

February 14, Wednesday – Valentine Party (11:00 – 12:00) Joshua D. VanKoevering, is the lead parent.  jdougvk@gmail.com

** Students may give a Valentine to their classmates. This is a personal choice. The only requirement is if your child chooses to give Valentines they must give one to each classmate.

February 21 – One School, One Book kick off

February 23 – Popcorn Friday

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Dividing with whole numbers

History – New England and Middle Colonies

Writing – Narrative

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Witch of Blackbird Pond

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

February 7 – February 9

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on February 6, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

February 14, Wednesday – Valentine Party (11:00 – 12:00) Joshua D. VanKoevering, is the lead parent.  jdougvk@gmail.com

**I will send home a class list for students who want to give a Valentine to their classmates. This is a personal choice. The only requirement is if your child chooses to give Valentines they must give one to each classmate.

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Dividing with whole numbers

History – New England and Middle Colonies

Writing – Narrative

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Witch of Blackbird Pond

Homework:

Math – Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

January 29 – February 2

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on January 28, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

February 2 – Early release for students at 12:15

February 5 and 6 – Mid Winter Break

February 14, Wednesday – Valentine Party (11:00 – 12:00) Joshua D. VanKoevering, is the lead parent.  jdougvk@gmail.com

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Review Unit 4 where necessary, begin unit 5, dividing with whole numbers

History – New England Colonies

Writing – Narrative

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Witch of Blackbird Pond

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

January 22 – January 26

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on January 21, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

February 5 and 6 – Mid Winter Break

February 14, Wednesday – Valentine Party (11:00 – 12:00) Joshua D. VanKoevering, is the lead parent.  jdougvk@gmail.com

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Multiplication with decimals, decimal shifts, estimate products

Science – Essential Question: How do scientists and engineers use the properties of matter to make useful products?

Focus Question; How do scientists use evidence from things they cannot see to draw conclusions about matter?

History – Southern colonies, note taking

Writing – Persuasion – M-Step prep

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Blood on the River

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

January 15 – January 19

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on January 14, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

February 5 and 6 – Mid Winter Break

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Multiplication with decimals

Science – Essential Question: How do scientists and engineers use the properties of matter to make useful products?

Focus Question; How do scientists use evidence from things they cannot see to draw conclusions about matter?

History – Southern colonies

Writing – Persuasion – M-Step prep

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Blood on the River

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

January 8 – January 12

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on January 7, 2018

Upcoming dates:   

 

January 12 – Early Release for students at 12:15

February 5 and 6 – Mid Winter Break

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Practice multiplication

Science – Essential Question: How do scientists and engineers use the properties of matter to make useful products?

Focus Question; Why are cooking tools made of different materials?

History – Early Colonization – Jamestown

Writing – Narrative Review

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Blood on the River

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Wednesday

Reading – Also, students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

December 18 – December 22

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on December 17, 2017

Upcoming dates:   

December 20 – Bowling with Miss Stokes!

December 22, Friday – 5th grade Holiday Breakfast at 9:50 in the
cafeteria (co-chairs are Amy Snip and Tami Carter)

December 25 – January 5 – Holiday Break

January 8 – Back to school

February 5 and 6 – Mid Winter Break

March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Methods for multiplication

Science – Essential Question: How do scientists and engineers use the properties of matter to make useful products?                          Focus Question; Why are cooking tools made of different materials?

History – Early Colonization

Writing – Information, publishing our books

Reading –Historical fiction

Read – a – Loud – Blood on the River

Homework:

Math – Tuesday and Thursday

Reading – Students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

AES Holiday Spirit Week – December 18-22

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on December 14, 2017

December 18-22

Monday the 18th

Baby It’s Cold Outside

Wear warm hats, beanies, and scarves

 

Tuesday the 19th

Candy Cane Lane

Dress in Red and White

 

Wednesday the 20th

Long Winter’s Nap

Wear cozy pj’s

 

Thursday the 21st 

Grinch-mas 2017

Dress up as a Who or other characters from the Grinch

 

Friday the 22nd

Ugly Holiday Sweaters

December 11 – December 15

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Posted by pbouwens | Posted in News from Mrs. Bouwens | Posted on December 10, 2017

Upcoming dates:   

December 20 – Bowling with Miss Stokes!

December 22, Friday – 5th grade Holiday Breakfast at 9:50 in the cafeteria (co-chairs are Amy Snip and Tami Carter)

December 25 – January 5 – Holiday Break

This week in the room:

Math –  Multiplication with whole numbers

Science – Essential Question: How do scientists and engineers use the properties of matter to make useful products?                          Focus Question; Why are cooking tools made of different materials?

History – Review Native American regions and the Columbian Exchange. Test Thursday

Writing – Information, publishing our books

Reading – Information, reading to grow our knowledge

Read – a – Loud – Blood on the River

Homework:

History – Wednesday, test review

Math – Thursday

Reading – Students should be reading 30 minutes at least 5 days a week. They were given a Pizza Hut reading log to record their reading.

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