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Mrs. Leathers's Class Webpage

Kara Leathers
5th Grade Science & Social Studies
Room 505
 

Welcome to Mrs. Leathers's Webpage!

 

 

 
 

Upcoming Events & Reminders

 
  • Feb. 1 @7:30 Father-Daughter Dance
  • Feb. 6 Progress Reports
  • Feb. 5 4-H Meeting
  • Feb. 14 Sock Hop $1 donation and snacks will be sold by the HS Student Council
  • Feb. 17 No school
  • Feb. 28 House Meetings
 
Just a heads up..
 I am planning a field trip for us to go to the Adventure Science Center in Nashville on March 24. We're still hashing out the details, but as soon as I can get everything confirmed, I will send home the permission slip with details. I just wanted to give everyone a heads up in case they would like to chaperone or attend. 
 
 
 

Weekly Content:

Each week I like to inform parents of the content we are teaching. Listed below, you will find each state standard for what we will be working on in class.

Social Studies:

  • 5.02 Examine the appeal and challenges of settling the Great Plains from various cultural perspectives, including: settlers, immigrants, Buffalo Soldiers, and American Indians.
 
Science:
  • Use data to categorize different bodies in our solar system including moons, asteroids, comets, and meteoroids according to their physical properties and motion.
  • Explain the cause and effect relationship between the positions of the sun, earth, and moon and resulting eclipses, position of constellations, and appearance of the moon.
  • Explain the cause and effect relationship between the positions of the sun, Earth, and moon and resulting eclipses.
Daily Schedule:
 
7:45-9:10 1st Block Science & Social Studies(homeroom)
9:10-9:55 Related Arts
9:55-10:30 Lunch
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:15 2nd Block Math
12:15-1:00 RTI
1:00-2:15 3rd Block Reading
2:15-2:45 Pack up/Recess/Dismissal
 

Recent Posts

Calling ALL Fast Finishers & Studiers!!

If you finish early or just need to study on this week's space unit, I have uploaded a study game in Quizziz and the vocabulary on Quizlet. Both of these can be found on the right-hand side of my webpage. You may also want to watch a few videos on Epic, MysteryScience, or Nearpod as well in order to help you understand some of the content better.