Mrs. Melo, Mrs. Carlone and Ms. Turner's Page
WELCOME STUDENTS AND PARENTS TO THE 2018/2019 SCHOOL YEAR
Term 3 Progress Reports - May 8th
Math MCAS - May 15th & 16th
Spring Stroll - May 24th
No School - May 27th
Supplies needed for the school year:
Ancient Civ: 2 single subject notebooks and pencils
Science: 2 single subject notebooks and pencils
Math: 1 composition notebook and pencils
English/Reading: 1 single subject notebook, glue stick, pencils and dry erase markers
Donations to the classroom are always appreciated, such as: Kleenex, wipes, glue and whiteboard markers.
Mrs. Melo - social studies, English & reading
Ms. Turner - science, English & reading
Mrs. Carlone - math, English & reading
To access our reading and math textbooks online, go to:
To access our science textbook online, go to:
English & Reading
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go."
— Dr. Seuss, "I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!"
Each month the class is assigned a new novel to read. They should be reading this novel for homework.
Starting in October, the students will be going over to Chamberlain to work with the 2nd graders as a "reading buddy".
Teacher websites for Spelling and Vocabulary practice:
Over the course of the year, students will learn about ancient civilizations. We will look at the first humans, followed by why humans settled in certain areas such as
Mesopotamia and Egypt. Followed by more developed civilizations like Greece and Rome.
In grade 6, students' recall of their basic multiplication facts will provide a solid foundation for learning higher level concepts, such as division of whole numbers and working with ratios. We'll be working quite a bit with word problems and various strategies with which to solve them. We'll be using a variety of resources, Pearson Realize being one of them.
Methods of Science (ex: Scientific Inquiry)
Earth and Space
Life Sciences (ex: molecule -> organism, classifying living things, human body systems)
Physical Science (ex: matter, motion, waves)
Technology/Engineering (ex: engineering design, tools, materials)
Text: The classroom text remains in school. Students and families may utilize the text via the website.