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Mr. Skrobek 15h
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My apologies here is the correct link for Representing Relationships Using Algebra:
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Mr. Skrobek 15h
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Here are some links to look at. Using an Equation to Describe a Balance: Using Equations to Represent Situations: Representing Relationships Using Algebra: Solving Equations:
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Mr. Skrobek 15h
The past few days students have been working on balancing equations, representing relationships, and solving equations. They have been working on inverse relationships and fact families. Please continue practicing your multiplication tables at home.
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Mr. Skrobek Nov 9
My afternoon 4s worked on creating lists of nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs.
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Maggie Jeffrey Nov 8
We will be selling poppies tomorrow! Bring in a donation!
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Mr. Skrobek Nov 7
Working on creating a wreath for our Remembrance Day assembly.
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Mrs. A. Salinas Nov 5
Thursday is Hat Day ! Bring 1$, wear a hat, and donate to United Way!
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Mr. Skrobek Nov 5
Today in class, students worked on solving Patterning problems with a real world feel. Here are the two questions students worked on. Please discuss with students the different strategies they may have used to solve each problem.
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Mr. Skrobek Nov 1
Today in language we worked on incorporating dialogue into our narrative stories. Tomorrow, students will work on editing their Pourquoi Tales to ensure proper use of quotation marks. Here is a link to today's lesson courtesy of
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 30
Students have been hard at work creating their own "Pourquoi Tales" tales this week. A Pourquoi Tale is a folktale that explains why certain events happened or how something came to. Students have been having fun writing them. Please take the time to have a quick chat at home.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 29
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Today, students in grade 5 created and used pattern rules. Students created growing patterns using addition and multiplication, and created shrinking patterns using subtraction and division.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 29
Today, students in grade 4 practiced following a pattern rule to show how a pattern continues, and made predictions based on that rule. Students also learned to recognize that most multiplication patterns grow more quickly than addition patterns.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 28
School Council will be holding a Halloween Bake Sale this Wednesday .
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 24
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Exploring Repeating Patterns: Exploring Growing Patterns: Exploring Shrinking Patterns:
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 24
Here are the summary links for the last few lessons. We have started our patterning unit and have worked on describing, creating and extending repeating, growing and shrinking patterns. Please talk about the "describing" and "predicting" portions at home.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 18
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My afternoon group (and some track friends) did not have a chance to work on the problem. If you would like to take a look at it at home together, please feel free. We will do some consolidation tomorrow after all students have had a chance to look at it.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 18
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My apologies. Forgot to change permission of the document. Please try now and let me know.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 18
Here is a link to a Patterning problem that we worked on today. Please stress the importance of reading the question carefully with students. Highlighting key words and important numbers will go a long way in solving multi-step problems.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 16
There will be no library until the week of October 29th due to book fair. Students from my morning class and homeroom class that come to me in the afternoons can bring their books back to be checked in once they have finished reading them.
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Mr. Skrobek Oct 15
Here is a link summarizing some addition and subtraction strategies from last week. Please note that students are coming home with a review that is due Thursday. We will have a quiz on Friday, similar to the review.
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