5th/6th Mrs. Werth and Mrs. Caetano
Mrs. Werth has a Google Classroom set up for her students while we are hunkering down. If your child needs help getting to her classroom, please email her. Her classroom has all the information your child needs to attend daily Zoom sessions, get assignments and communicate with their teachers.
Band & Orchestra Students
Mr. O'Connor & Mr. Campbell have Zoom office hours 3:40-4:40 p.m. on Mondays. If you'd like to join them, here are the log ons.
Orchestra Link(Remember - it's only open on Mondays, from 3:40 to 4:40 p.m.);
Band Link (Remember - it's only open on Mondays, from 3:40 to 4:40 p.m.):
Supplemental Activities for your child:
National Geographic for Kids
*This website provides students opportunities to learn about the world in which we live. Topics include famous people, animals, history, science, planets and so much more
*This website provides students opportunities to practice math skills that have been taught in school.
ASD Student Resources
*This is from the district web page and provides students links to many websites that we use in school already like GoMath, BrainPop, TumbleBooks and Clever. Clever is where student can log in and find links to Typing Agent, Math Whizz and more.
*This website allows students opportunities to practice their reading comprehension through multiple choice and typed response questions.
Our class’s specific information:
Class Code: 35MLC7
Science Mom (Youtube)
*This website allows students and families to practice science experiments with items that are found around the home.
*This website allows families to make an account (if they would like to) so that students can video in real-time with teachers from school.
State-wide Electronic Database (Library)
*This website allows student opportunities to access ebooks, audio books, Brainpop, research materials and much more
Other activities to engage your child in to provide structure and learning opportunities each day include:
- Read for 30 minutes
- Read to your child
- Ask your child to tell you details from the beginning, middle, and end of the book
- After reading a book ask your child questions about the setting, characters, main idea, and supporting details
- Give your child the opportunity to write about what they have been reading
- Give your child a prompt, have him/her create an I-chart (see below) and write a paragraph
- Create flash cards to practice math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)