December Dates To Know

12/15/2017- Mr. Miller last day

12/18/2017- Pioneer choir concert

12/20/2017- 6th grade Holiday Party

12/21/2017- Early Out, Winter Break begins

1/03/2018- Winter Break ends, back to school

November Dates to Know

Short day – Friday 11/10/2017

Thanksgiving Break – 11/22-11-24

Re-take Picture Day – 11/30/2017





Math- I can solve unit rate problems using a double number line.

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Math- I can solve real world unit rate  problems

Science- I can recognize the relationship between mass, weight, and gravity

**Field trip Thursday**

*Permission slips will be sent home*


Math- Unit rates

EngageNY Lesson 16-17

I can solve real world problems to find a unit rate.

Science- Moon Phases

I can identify the 8 moon phases.

I can describe how the moon changes phases in a cyclical pattern.

Art- Name skeletons


*Remember a rock for art on Thursday!!*

October Dates To Know

Oct 4th- Halloween carnival partner and booth decision due

Oct 12th- Ogden River Field Trip (Parents welcome and needed!)

Oct 16-18th- Parent Teacher Conferences

Oct- 26th Halloween Carnival



Morning Work: Cursive letter “s”

Math- I can create a graph using equivalent ratios

Lesson #14

Science- The reason for the seasons quiz

Intro to moon phases (booklet)



Morning Work: Students are working on their spelling words.

Math: I Can graph equivalent ratios.

Science: I can correctly label an Earth/Sun diagram with each solstice and equinox, and identify which parts of the Earth are receiving direct/indirect light.

Art- Fun run flag, zentangle pumkins

***Remember to create a login for our fun run****

September Dates To Know

Sept 14th- Ice cream social @ 6:30

Sept 15th- Teacher professional development EARLY OUT FOR STUDENTS!

Sept 29th- Boosterthon fun run



Math- We are learning about equivalent ratios, the value of a ratio, and how to use tables to find equivalent ratios.

Engageny Module 1 Topic B Lesson #9

Science- We are focusing on rotation, and revolution of the Earth. How this creates day/night, as well as contributing to seasonal patterns.


We are excited to welcome Mr. Miller to our class! He is a student at BYUI and will be student teaching with us until mid December.