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    The Chambley Children Distance Learning Page

     Pages you might need: 

    --Link to Mill Creek's Distance Learning Page:Mill Creek Distance Learning page 

    (Here you will find links to the specialists, reading specialists, counselors, and nurse.)

    Mental Wellness:

    --Mr. Chapman's Guidance Distance Learing Page:  (we could all use this!) https://www.cbsd.org/Page/47170

    Tech help:

    --Link to Mrs. Jansen's website for information on how to access anything you need online: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/43506


    --Mr. Losch's Band Distance Learning page is here: https://www.cbsd.org//Domain/1217

    --Mrs. Hartell's schoolwires homepage link is: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/4376 and Mrs. Hartzell's Distance Learning page link is: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/49915


    --Our reading specialist, Mrs. Harlan has gathered additional reading resources to use at home.  Click here to access her site.


    --A Link to our PEN teacher, Mrs. Davis's site: Mrs. Davis's site

    Other 5th grade teachers:

    --Link to Mr. Mole's Math Page for those students in his class:  www.cbsd.org/molenariville

    --Link to Mrs. Angelo's Page for her Math Lessons: Mrs. Angelo's site

    --Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her Math, Reading, and/or Writing lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    --Link to Mrs. Regec's Page for her Math lessons: Mrs. Regec's site 


  • Click here for an easier to follow version of what is below... Day 6 Full Chambley Plans


    Chambley Children’s Distance Learning for Day 6

    March 25, 2020

    Dear Chambleys,

    Good morning!

    Before we get started, here are a few things to keep in mind...

    -Chambley Morning Meeting Teams Call tomorrow at 10:30am!  Get ready.  I will send you the direction and some reminder so you can be prepared.  I can’t wait to see your faces!!

    -The format on the district website is always hard to follow.  For clearer directions, please go to our Teams page for each individual subject.  Also, any materials you might need will be located on Teams. I will attach a Word doc with the lessons on there as well. (Go to Mrs. Jansen’s teacher site if you don’t know how to get on Teams: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/43506)

    -If an activity or resource is not working out, please move on. If you have the option to do something fun and meaningful with a sibling or parent and don't get to all your work---it will be ok.

    --At the top of my district learning page I have linked to all other teachers you might have as part of your school day.  Visit their pages for more information. Math should be almost the same for all of us, however there might be different optional activities listed.  

    -I miss you!! I am proud of you for helping out at home, being kind to one another, and letting your parents get their work done.  You are big kids and you can do this!  We will do it together!  

    Here we go…

    Starting the Day: It is Time for Homeroom!

    Please complete the following “Homeroom Activities.”

    • Wake up Sleepyhead! 
    • Make your bed. Pick up your dirty clothes from yesterday.  
    • Brush your teeth, eat breakfast, clear your breakfast dishes, and put some clean clothes on!
    • Give your family hugs, especially your parents.
    • Prepare your workspace for a new day.   
    • Sharpen your pencils.
    • Complete page six in your handwriting packet.
      • Trace each letter and word.  Make sure you are filling in each line on the page.
    • Log into SeeSaw if you have not already done so.
      • Make me a video!
        • Video ideas:
          • show me your new “office” or workspace.
          • Take a video of your pet


    1st Period: Math:

    Link to Mr. Mole's Math Page for those students in his class:  www.cbsd.org/molenariville

    Link to Mrs. Angelo's Page for her Math Lessons: Mrs. Angelo's site

    Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her Math lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    Link to Mrs. Regec's Page for her Math lessons: Mrs. Regec's site 


    Day 6 Chambley Math:



    DAY #5: 

    Overview: Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation: Today you will review multiplying fractions and mixed numbers.

    Things to know:

    • Fractions have a numerator (top number) and a denominator (bottom number).
    • You will be multiplying fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators.
    • You will be multiplying fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.
    • When you multiply fractions or mixed numbers it is important to first convert all numbers to a fraction or improper fraction. Then, multiply the numerators together and multiply the denominators together.
    • Simplify as needed.
    • To review Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages in Chapter 3. · Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • There are no pre-made worksheets for today.


    • Self-made Questions:

    o You will need your number cards for this activity.

    o Take a pencil, pen, straw, etc. and place in in front of you to make a horizontal line. Place another pencil, pen, marker, straw, etc. and place in in front of you to make another horizontal line.

    o Flip over one number card and place it above one of the horizontal lines. Flip over a second number card and place it below one of the horizontal lines. Continue until you have two fractions.

    o Multiply the fractions.

    o Repeat 4 times.

    • Create a real world number story.

    o Consider some of the problems you just solved in your self-made questions. Create a number story or real-world problem for two of them. You may also choose two new problems and create a number story.

    o As you write your number story, try to use multiplication of fractions or mixed numbers. If you need to, consider creating a real-world problem around addition or subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers.

    • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice. · play “SatisFraction” at http://www.gregtangmath.com/satisfraction
    • Bonus: Play 10-20 minutes of Moby Max.  I have selected several skills that would be good for our class to polish up on in the Math tab.

     How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    You don’t need to hand anything in to Mrs. Chambley today.  If you play Moby, Mrs. C will be able to tell so no need to hand anything in.



    SNACK TIME: It is nice to have a long snack session! You can take your time before “lining up” for special. Have something healthy and do something fun. 


    2nd Period: Special: Music

    Music with Ms. Mudry: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/47164

    Always fun in music class!  Slappy Stool and Kahoot!


    3rd Period: Writing:

    Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    Day 6 Chambley Writing

    Overview: Revising & Editing an Informational Writing Piece

    Estimated Time: Approximately 30 Minutes

    Explanation: Today you will edit & revise your writing piece.  Then you will ask someone to listen to you read it aloud.  Finally, you will put their suggestions to good use and make changes to your piece.

    Quick Things to Know:

    • There is a bit more to do in writing today than we have had so far this week. Therefore, I am reducing the expectations in reading class to give you enough time. 
    • I will be continuing to comment on every person’s writing piece. Use the comments on the side of the piece to help you make needed changes.  Feel free to write back to me under the comments if you have questions.  You can also click resolve to show you took care of a suggestion or comment I made.
    • It is hard to believe it is almost time for report cards with all the changes to our regular schedule, but it is. We will spend time the rest of this week working on editing and revising your informational piece.  You will also be teacher conferencing with me over Office 365. 
    • Link to our Writing Teams Page: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/19%3abee94e9193494c198f6b0fa1f2e7d040%40thread.skype/General?groupId=4adee991-f22c-4b52-bc7d-11dbc8544e3c&tenantId=aa0b488f-fc9e-4185-a5e3-384220df23ca
    • You will need to access your writing piece over Office 365. Remember, Mrs. Jansen’s website is an excellent resource if you forget how to do that. Link to Mrs. Jansen’s site: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/43506
    • Remember you can reach me over Teams, email, or your parents can Remind App me.


    • Open your writing piece. Click on the button at the top that asks you to view in Desktop Mode.
    • Start here: Make sure your writing piece is in good shape:
      • First, check on your format (indented, 12 pt font, corrected left aligned)
      • Next, do you have a title? Is it properly formatted?  Is it exciting or does it use some figurative language?
      • Have you created your subtitles? Put them in between paragraphs and capitalize the words in the subtitle.  Finally make the subtitle bold 
      • Is your conclusion paragraph AT LEAST 5 sentences long?
      • Then you are ready to revise and edit today. I know you already had a beginning pass at revision and editing, but today you will look at the piece with fresh eyes.
      • While you are working today, a big goal for you is to come up with a specific question for me to answer or help you with. For example: 
        • Chambley, can you check on my transitions?
        • C, how does my introduction look?
        • Could you please look over my sentences to make sure they are all complete sentences?
        • Could you check my spelling?
      • I will only answer one specific question during our teacher virtual conferences tomorrow…I am excited! (You will still be receiving a commented-on piece in 365 if you haven’t already)
    • I have left comments on many people’s writing pieces already. Log in and see if I “virtually conferenced” with you.
      • If so, please work on the suggestions. Read my comments and see about things you can do to improve your piece.
      • I will contact you today if you haven’t received feedback from me yet.
    • Open the Document called Informative Writing Accountability Checklist. This is the same one we were using in class.  Today we are continuing with steps 4, 5, & 6.  You can check off the boxes of the tasks you already accomplished either at home or back at school. 
    • I am also including the Document called “How to Revise & Edit.” It is helpful to look at it again.  It is on Teams under the Assignment and also in the Files section of Teams.
    • Remember: When it asks you to share with a peer, you can reach out to someone online to look at your piece or ask an adult at home to listen to you read it aloud. Ask the person working with you if any sentences sound awkward or unclear.  Make a note of that and look at how you can clarify your writing. Thank the person who helped you.
    • Be sure you follow the directions carefully!
    • Share your writing piece with me.


    How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    Submit over Office 365 or email it to the teacher.



    4th Period: Lunch/Recess:

    Go Outside and Play or Have a Brain Break Inside

    Here are some resources for Physical Activities:

    • Nourishing Storm yoga studio is offering their online classes for free to the
    • Nourishing Storm yoga studio is offering their online classes for free to the

    ...While we wait it out, and to keep your practice strong, we have opened up

    our online yoga videos free for all of our community- just follow this link

    • Here are live yoga classes:

    https://nourishingstorm.teachable.com/ and use the code “FORTHELOVE”

    • Cosmic Yoga ~ Yoga and Stories...yes please!!



    **Something else you could do…plan a scavenger hunt for someone at home.  Hide a surprise for a family member and lead them on a hunt to find it with some clues.

    5th Period: Reading

    Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    Day 6: Chambley Reading

    Overview: Reviewing Drawing Conclusions

    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 Minutes (not including Independent Reading time of approx. 20 minutes)

    Explanation: Today you will work in reading packet I sent home.

    Quick Things to Know:

    • Take out the packet from your Just in Case Folder. The packet I am talking about is the one where first page of the packet says “Paraphrase” on it.
    • Don’t forget to get some independent reading time in today.
    • Remember you can reach me over Teams, email, or your parents can Remind App me.


    1. Log On to BrainPop through Clever through Office 365.
    2. Once you are on there – select our reading class and you will see assignments
    3. Complete the assignments related to Paraphrase.
      1. First, watch the video
      2. Then, take the quiz
      3. Finally, complete the worksheet by typing right on the screen
    4. Complete Reading Packet
    • Open up the second reading packet in your folder. It is called paraphrasing. Complete pages 47 and 48. Remember that in these packets, the notes at the top of the first page of each lesson are super important. 
    • Be sure you follow the directions carefully!
    1. Log Your Independent Reading Time
    • Click on the Independent Reading Assignment Listed for today in Teams. There is a copy of our Reading Log on there that you can type right on.  If that proves difficult, then print it out and use it at home this week to record your reading. 
    1. Complete Your Independent Reading
    • YAY! It is finally time for IR.  Please read for at least 20 minutes today.  If it is nice outside, try reading outside.  You know the importance of IR in our Chambley world.  Make this time super serious and super silent. 
    1. Optional: Post on Teams about what you are reading for IR
      1. Don’t forget about the possibility of using EPIC for eBooks and audiobooks.
      2. I also sent your parents a link over Remind to free audio books through Audible


    • Log in to our Reading Teams Site
    • Remember to use Mrs. Jansen’s website if you need help accessing anything from home

    Method for Turning in:

    BrainPop will submit automatically to me. Keep your packet in your folder.  You will turn it in when we get back to school.  Log your IR minutes on your log in the assignments tab in our Readings Team’s page.

    6th Period: Social Studies:

    Day 5: Chambley Social Studies

    Overview: American History- Early English Settlements – Chapter 6

    Time: 20 minutes

    Activity: Review what you have learned over the past week and a half.

    Quick Things to Know: Take your time!


    1. Check out the Vocab cards for the lesson
    2. Play the Chapter Review Game for Chapter 6 on TCI

    Link: Clever –TCI App - Assignments - Lesson Game

    How to Turn In Your Assignment:

    • All work is completed and turned in through your TCI app.


    Last Period: It is Time for Dismissal! 

    Day 6 – we did it! 

    Love you all my Chambleys, and I will ‘see’ you tomorrow on here.  Have a great night.


    Mrs. C