Week 4 Stations
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Mrs. Gill & Mrs. Lane
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Social Studies
All students will determine
the relationship between
different regions.
Monday-Tuesday
5.1.1
1. Read about the Great Plains. As you finish each
paragraph fill out the main idea and details before
you read more. Complete the activity.
2. Glue the Main Idea and Details information into
your social studies notebook when you are
finished.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Partner
•Whole Group
Materials: Social Studies Notebook,
Plains Native American reading, Main
Idea and Details graphic organizer
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Social Studies
All students will determine
the relationship between
different regions.
Wednesday
5.1.1
1. Read about the Eastern Woodland Native
Americans.
2. Complete the activity with fill in the blanks with
correct words from the text
3. Glue the activity into your social studies notebook
when you are finished.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Partner
•Whole Group
Materials: Social Studies Notebook,
Eastern Woodlands Native American
reading, Text fill in the blank worksheet
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Social Studies
All students will determine
the relationship between
different regions.
Thursday
5.1.1
1. Read about the Southeast Native Americans.
2. Complete the Natural Resources Graphic Organizer
with information from the text.
3. Glue the activity into your social studies notebook
when you are finished.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Partner
•Whole Group
Materials: Social Studies Notebook,
Southeast Native American reading,
Natural Resources Graphic Organzier
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All students will determine
the relationship addition
and subtraction of
decimals.
Everyday Math
Monday
5.C.8
1. Log onto everyday math.
2. Select Decimal Top-It.
3. Play the entire time.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Individual
Materials: laptop
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All students will determine
the relationship addition
and subtraction of
decimals.
Everyday Math
Tuesday
5.C.8
1. Go to our 5th grade website.
2. Click on Math Unit 2 Resources
3. Click on Decimal Brainpop. Watch the video.
4. Go back to Unit 2 Resources.
5. Click on Decimals Study Jams. Watch the video.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Individual
Materials: laptop
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All students will determine
the relationship addition
and subtraction of
decimals.
Everyday Math
Wednesday
5.C.8
1. Read the directions.
2. Play the game the entire time.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Partner
•Whole group
Materials: adding and subtracting game
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All students will determine
the relationship addition
and subtraction of
decimals.
Everyday Math
Thursday
5.C.8
1. Select one of the probability games provided.
2. Read the directions.
3. Play the game the entire time.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Partner
•Whole group
Materials: probability games
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All students will determine
the relationship addition
and subtraction of
decimals.
Enrichment/Reteach
Monday
5.C.8
1. Teacher led station
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Whole group
Materials: graphing posters for INS
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All students will determine
the relationship addition
and subtraction of
decimals.
Enrichment/Reteach
Tuesday
5.C.8
1. Choose a graphing task card # 1-#10.
2. Follow the directions on the task card.
3. Use the T.I.C.A.L.S. as your guide.
4. If you do not finish, complete at home. Turn in to
the tray when finished.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Whole group
Materials: graphing task cards 1-10.
T.I.S.C.A.L.S. guide, white paper, graphing
paper
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All students will discuss
the importance of
graphing and surveys.
Enrichment/Reteach
Wednesday
1. Your goal is to come up with one question and 4
choices you can survey the other 5th grade class
about the garage sale. Write your question down
on the post it note.
2. If the question is already posted from a different
team, you need to create a new one.
3. Look at the example provided.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Whole group
Materials: graphing notes, post it paper
Garage Sale Survey Question
How much money would
you be willing to purchase
a pair of jeans for?
a.)
b.)
c.)
d.)
$0.50
$0.75
$1.00
$2.00
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Enrichment/Reteach
All students will discuss
the importance of
graphing and surveys.
Thursday
1. Look at the data collected from the survey question
you collected yesterday.
2. Create a graph based on your data.
3. Remember to use T.I.S.C.A.L.S. before you turn in
your graph.
4. Look at the example provided for help.
Below are some suggested
ways to complete this
task…
•Whole group
Materials: graphing posters, data from
survey question.
Garage Sale Graph
How much money would you be willing to purchase
a pair of jeans for?
23 students we asked to answer the question.
$.50
$.75
$1.00
$2.00
Price of Jeans
14
Number of students
12 students chose
6 students chose
3 students chose
2 students chose
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
$0.50
$0.75
$1.00
Price
$2.00