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"If you can't fly, then run.
If you can't run, then walk.
If you can't walk, then crawl,
but my all means, keep moving."
--Dr. Martin Luther King
Are you ready to Read Wide, Read Deep, and Travel Far?
Our theme this year is: When we read a rainbow,
we become luminous!
Lit from within!
Looking for a good read? Check out this article about one of the last pencil making factories in the United States. The photos are fantastic!
You can practice Typing Club from home!
Go to Clever and login just as you do in school.
Super Moon, January 2018
The Wolf Moon
Which of these pictures looks real to you?
Surprise! They are both real, but the Statue of Liberty shot is from 2015.
Make a snowflake!2016/17 Fifth Grade Podcasts:“Give me your tired, your poor,Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me:I lift my lamp beside the golden door.”Emma Lazarus, from the inscription on the Statue of LibertyDo you know that we have 16,487 books in our library?There are usually about 2,000 books checked out at a time.
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From home: annarborps, annarborpshomeUsername: MI2354 Password: 48104Websites for Global Warming EvaluationWebsites for Clean Water EvaluationExplorer and Native American websites for bibliographyRoald Amundsen from Ducksters:Samuel de Champlain from Mr. Nussbaum:Huron/Wyandot from Big Orrin:
Pueblo Indians from Native American Facts:Website Evaluation:Fact Monster:Ducksters:World Book Kids:Fifth Grade websites: