Miss Withrow

Email: withrow@cdtca.org

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Week of April 24 – April 28

*Reminder that 4/26 is our field trip to the Carnegie Museum and students must pack a brown bag lunch!

> 5th  Grade Math

This week in 5th grade math, we will be continuing our next chapter on decimals. This week we will wrap up multiplication of decimals and move on to division. We will be completing lessons #121 – 124 of Simple Solutions, due April 19 and will take the quiz on Thursday.

First in Math can be found here.

Tonight’s Homework:  



> 5th  Grade Reading:

This week the 5th grade will be focusing on A Wrinkle in Time and preparing for the Battle of the Books in May. 

Accelerated Reader can be found here.


Students can access the online Journeys book and resources here. They have all received a label in their planners with their usernames and passwords.

Tonight’s Homework:

Digital Notebook file can be found here!




> 5th  Grade English and Spelling:

This week, 5th grade will be working on Criterion writing.

We will be starting our next Article of the Week which we can be found here. To access the correct version of the article we are reading this week, students MUST login on Newsela.com and go to their Assignments Binder. The article adjusted to a 5th grade level will be linked there. Student login information: username= firstname.lastname  password= Brilliant205 (e.g. allie.withrow) This week’s “One Pager” will be due Friday! The One Pager submission can be found here

This week’s spelling words:

No spelling list this week!

  Weekly spelling homework list can be found here.  Spelling City practice can be found here

Tonight’s Homework: 

Spelling Test will be on Monday, 5/1!

One Pager due 4/28!



> 5th Grade Religion

This week in religion, we will be working on a project with the Ten Commandments.

Tonight’s Homework: 



> Grade 4 Science 

This week in 4th grade science, we will be working through our final health lessons on communication skill, social skills, and being assertive. 

Tonight’s Homework: