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    Young Author's Night and Book Fair 3/30 at 7:30!

     

    Students in literacy are working on reading historical fiction, with our focus on how setting affects character devleopment and theme. Students will also take part in book clubs as they read historical fiction from different historical times. They will be able to use their research skills to help build background knowledge while also considering story elements and author's purpose. In writing, students will read and write news articles for our journalism unit!

    In science, students will learn about plant and animal adaptation and participate in a design challenge to create a bird beak adapted to pick up "food" items of various shapes and weights.

    In math, students will work on reading and creating line plots. After that, we will begin to work on decimals!

     To see more details, click HERE.

     

     

     

     

     

    Resources for Parents

    My email: bliebes@jacksonsd.org

    Using Google Classroom:

    Google Classroom Guide

    Google Classroom en espanol

     

     Accessing your child's Pearson account:

    Please follow the directions below to help you navigate your child’s Pearson Realize account online.  

    1. Go to Rosenauer homepage.
    2. Click on the Launch Pad
    3. Click on Pearson Realize Math Sign In
    4. Log in using username/password 
    5. Once you are logged in to Pearson EasyBridge, click on Pearson Realize button on right side
    6. Once you are logged into your child’s account, you may click on Programs, Classes, or Grades.

    Programs- Allows you to view each Topic with all lessons and videos.  

    Classes- Allows you to view all assignments.  We will take all assessments online. You can review the test with your child here. 

    Grades- Allows you to view the standards that your child has mastered, and those that your child needs more practice with. Please note that not all of the standards are found on our report card. Please contact me with any concerns.

     

    **For anyone having trouble with the Pearson online tools, I hope this slideshow will prove to be a good resource.  Parent Guide 

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