Adventures in Fifth Grade

Wonderfully Wild Fun in Fifth Grade!

A Thankful Fifth Grade


untitledFor the last two weeks we have been learning about the first English settlements in the New World. We have learned that the colonists came to America for the freedom to practice their own religion. We learned the mystery behind the The Lost Colony of Roanoke, the sad history behind slave ships and slavery in America, and the many Native American tribes that welcomed the new colonists.
Each student in the class chose an aspect of Colonial history to research. From the Mayflower, to slavery and on to the Original 13 Colonies, every student completed a paragraph describing one of these topics of Colonial history. Check them out below!

About Us!?!


Adventures in Fifth Grade needs to make an About Me page! What should we put on our About page? Put your thinking caps on and come up with some great ideas!

Ms. Bean

Benchmark Testing!!


All this week Ms. Bean’s class will be doing benchmark testing along with the rest of the school.

Here is the schedule:

Monday: Math

Tuesday: Reading

Wednesday (half day): Writing

Thursday: Science

Friday/Monday: Make ups


Also we are working on our Egg Drop Experiment, so check back next week to see the results and a few pictures!

Make it a great week,

Ms. Bean

Welcome Back to School!!!


I am so excited to be back in school! I have so many great things planned for this year, including tons of science experiments! Check out the pictures from our very first experiment. It was called Drops on a Penny!


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