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Mrs. Fondonella - 5A
Hello Fifth Grade! Please check the eboard daily for assignments as well as Google Classroom. The eboard will provide a brief description of assignments but Google classroom will provide further instructions.
Mrs. Fondonella - 5A
Welcome to Fifth Grade
We hope you have a wonderful summer! We are looking forward to your upcoming fifth grade year. We have many exciting activities planned for you. Please get a jump start on fifth grade and practice your multiplication facts for a short time each day. You will need to know the multiplication tables to do fifth grade math.
The following is a list of supplies you will need for your classes. Please bring the supplies on the first day of school.
5th Grade Supply List
Blue Jay Folder *
Assignment Pad *
6 Blue or Black Pens
1 Soft Pencil Case
Glue, Scissors, Markers / Crayons
6 Jumbo Book Sox
Pencil sharpener with plastic cap (that catches the shavings)
1 - 3 Subject Spiral Notebook ( Math)
1 - 3 Subject Spiral Notebook ( Religion, Science, Social Studies)
1 - 5 Subject Spiral Notebook ( Reading, Grammar, Spelling, Writing, Novels)
Merriam - Webster Dictionary Spanish - English
**The items marked with an asterisk must be purchased at St. Dominic School.
During the Fifth Grade year you will be reading several novels. You will need the book to complete your assignments.
They will be: Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
Holes by Louis Sachar
Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
Wonder by R.J. Palacio.
Your summer reading books are: Frindle by Andrew Clements and Behind the Bedroom Wall by Laura E. Williams. You will be tested on both books and projects will be assigned the first week of school. Make sure you finish reading both books before school starts.
Summer Math Assignments
Students will sign in to IXL and click on Recommendations ( which is under Learning). If you are a new student and don't have an IXL account with St. Dominic School, please contact the office for the information.
The only requirement for this summer math assignment is that students must complete a minimum of 4 hours of work on their personal recommendations, based on their grade level.
We will look over summer IXL work once school starts in September. Students who worked on their assignments for the minimum number of hours for their grade will earn a 100 for their first homework assignment of the 2021-2022 school year.
Please know you may bring a snack for half days. We hope you enjoy this summer time with your family and friends!
Mrs. Fondonella & Mrs. Holland