We love EpicBooks in the Jackson Library! Third, fourth, and fifth graders chose online books with topics they enjoy to read after check out in the library. Follow them: @EpicKidsBooks
Third, fourth, and fifth graders created FlipGrid Reading Goals in the library last week and this week! I showed them instructions I created (below) and they had a blast! Check out their goals!
Last week in the Jackson Library, third graders played a Kahoot assessment (see links below) after our Goldilocks and the Three Martians read aloud. Fifth graders played one after our Old Henry read aloud. These assessments are not only fun, but the new Kahoot Pro! for Educators gives me an inside look at which questions were the most difficult for students which helps me to adapt my teaching to better meet students’ needs. Plus, we had lots of fun!
Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text: Fiction: Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding.
FIFTH GRADE LESSON
6.b: I can explain the roles and functions of characters…including relationships and conflicts
GS Story WM 3-5
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