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Grade 5A / Mrs. Ciccarello





sciccarello@scsnh.com




Hello!  
Welcome to 



I can't wait to meet ALL of my new 5th grade students and start another great school year!!  I am so excited to start a new year of learning with all of you!  Please look at the important dates below and at the list of supplies that you will need.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at sciccarello@scsnh.com.  

Thursday, August 16th   6pm - 7:30pm
Ice Cream Social!!!!
Tuesday, August 28th
1st day of school!

Friday, August 31st
No School!
Monday, September 3rd, Labor Day
No School!

Friday, September 28th
No School
Teacher Workshop


         

Monday

 

 

Tuesday - Friday

 

7:20 -7:45am

Arrival and Homeroom

 

7:20 -7:45am

Arrival and Homeroom

7:50 - 8:40am

Math

 

7:50 - 8:30am

Religion

8:45 – 9:45am

Mass

 

8:30 – 9:20am

Math

9:50 – 10:40am

Language Arts

 

9:25 – 10:15am

Language Arts

10:45 -11:25am

Music

 

10:20 -11:00am

Specials

11:30-12:20am

Science

 

11:05 – 11:55

Science

12:25-12:45pm

Lunch

 

12:00 -12:15pm

Recess

12:50-1:05

Recess

 

12:15 -12:40pm

Lunch

1:10 – 2:00pm

Social Studies

 

12:45 – 1:35pm

Social Studies

2:00 – 2:05pm

Study Skills

 

1:40 – 2:05pm

Study Skills

1:40 – 2:05pm

Prayer, Announcements and Dismissal

 

2:10

Prayer, Announcements and Dismissal



 

 

 












   
Your child can order books from the Scholastic Book Order on-line, using the code is PBK8C.

Please consider ordering a new book for your child.  Scholastic offers a wide variety of awesome books at great prices.  Ordering books for your child helps our class library grow as well so THANK YOU!  Orders can be sent in to school or placed online.   If ordering online, please use our class code which is PBK8C.

https://orders.scholastic.com/PBK8C







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5th and 6th Grade Student Supply List

-1 Container of Clorox Wipes
-2 LARGE boxes of tissues
-2 LARGE rolls of paper towels
-(New Students) 1 inch binder
-5 folders with pockets
-Zippered pencil case (There is a GREAT one at Wal-Mart for $2.97.  It is in the stationary aisle, not in the back to school aisle.  LOTS of fun colors and stripes.  It is DURABLE, so it will last the entire school year!)
-Scissors
-5  1-subject notebooks
-1 composition book
-20 sheet protectors
-12 pencils with erasers
-4 black or blue "non-clicking" pens
-A package of 5 BLACK dry erase markers
-Markers
-Colored Pencils
-12 inch ruler
-3 glue sticks
-Small, sturdy tote bag to use as a travel bag (Again, you can buy a great sturdy, cloth bag at Wal-Mart for about $5.00.  One of my former students bought one, and it lasted for 2 years!!!) 


5th Grade Math          
Monday -
Tuesday - 
Wednesday - 
Thursday - 
 6th Grade Math      
 Monday -
Tuesday - 
Wednesday -
Thursday - 
5A Social Studies      
Monday- Wednesday.
Tuesday

Wednesday - 
Thursday
Religion -                                  

         


           
        Specials Schedule
                Monday - 
                 Tuesday - 
            Wednesday -                                        Thursday - 
                Thursday - 
                Friday - 



5th and 6th grade students should have their math facts MASTERED.  That means that students should know their math facts as well as they know their NAME!!!  If students need extra practice, here are some web sites and apps for you to access. 



To make your own set of flashcards, go to:
  •   www.multiplication.com/flashcards

For practicing math facts, go to: 
  • xtramath.com
  • www.aplusmath.com
  • www.multiplication.com
  • www.illuminations.nctm.org

To download apps onto a phone or tablet, go to:
  • Operation Math
  • Sushi Monster
  • Quick Math-Arithmetic & Times Tables
  • Pet Bingo
  • Math Flash Cards
  • Yodel Oh Math Mountain
  • Times Tables:  Squeebles for iPad
  • Squeebles TimesTables 2
  • Math Drills
  • Math Champions
  • MultiFlow Times Tables Reimagined
  • TimesTablesPro
  • Math Evolve: A Fun Math Game
  • Tower Math
















Here are some math websites to check out!  Some of the websites have games to improve math skills, some have videos to explain math skills, and some have practice "pages" to keep your math skills current!!!
                                www.coolmath.com
                                www.mathtv.com
                                www.IXL.com
                                www.khanacademy.com
                                www.ipracticemath.com
                                www.mathplayground.com
                                www.freemathhelp.com
                                www.hoodamath.com
                                www.arcademics.com
                                www.mathletics.com
                                www.eduplace.com







Classroom Supplies Needed

  • White board markers-black


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