Week of 10/10/2016
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Thursday 10/13 I am out today, but this is what should be homework for today.
Friday 10/14
I recently had a Parent Workshop on Math Help, and I wanted to share the handout that I presented that night. I doesn't have the graphics that were on the handout, but the information is the same.Game and Review Ideas
Websites All can be found directly or on bricelysouth.weebly.com. ALA Great Websites  gws.ala.org  Fabulous overall resource Funbrain  funbrain.com  Crosscurricular games Khan Academy  khanacademy.org  Tutorials for K8 Mathway  mathway.com  Online problem solver Matific  matific.com  Math Games and Worksheets Math Is Fun  mathsisfun.com  Simple tutorials with practice Apps iTooch  Challenging! Math vs. Zombies Monster Math IQ Safari Math  starts lower, but works up Books All can be found at the Upper Sandusky Community Library Hooked on Math Kit  multidigit addition & subtraction Dr. Math  several in the series Hungry for Math: Poems to Munch On Help Your Kids with Math Several Graphic Novels by Author Melinda Thielbar I really do traditional teaching. Honestly!
I LOVE technology, and so do most of our kids. I try to utilize technology to supplement regular instruction, not replace it. In fact, there are many days we don't even touch them. Having a wide range of technology options for students is beneficial for many reasons.
Even with computers, I am still the primary educator of your child at school, and nothing can replace the personal relationship between a teacher and the students. Week of 9/26/2016
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Week of 9/19/2016
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Week of 9/12/2016
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Thursday 9/15  NO SCHOOL Friday 9/16  NO SCHOOL Week of 9/5/2016
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Thursday 9/8 I left early today and was not able to check assignment notebooks. I told students that this was the chance to show their maturity and resposibility, but they are still supposed to ask for a parent signature.
Friday 9/9
Who: 5th Graders
What: Create a game (board, card, anything fun) When: Due Tuesday 9/13 Where: Plenty of class time will be given, but some work may need to be done at home. Why: Projectbased learning engages students more than traditional tests and requires them to really apply the information. It also fosters creativity and problem solving. Requirements:

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