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59f758857893b PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW Team Building, "Saving Fred"
Team Building, "Saving Fred"
Team Building, "Red Solo Cup Stack"
Team Building, "Red Solo Cup Stack"
Team Building, "Red Solo Cup Stack"
Homecoming Week, Crazy Hat and Sunglasses Day
Homecoming Week, Spirit Day
Ag Day, the Beekeeper and Pollinators
Ag Day, Flowers and Plants
Lets be Silly with Sam
So Cool with our Forreston Cardinal Football Player
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Place Value Strategy Division
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Place Value Strategy Division
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW Team Building, "Saving Fred"

Mrs. Yeager - Classroom Spotlight

We have been working hard on building a sense of community where we can grow as learners and good people.  These fifth grade students are amazing, respectful, full of energy and ready to learn!  On the first days of school, they learned to work together as one unit through the team building activities, "Saving Fred" and "Red Solo Cup Stack."  In September they participated in Homecoming week activities.  Their favorite days were Crazy Hat and Sunglasses Day and Spirit Day.  Also in September, the students participated in AG Day where they learned about Pollinators, Jobs in Agriculture, and Plants.  The Bee Keeper and tasting the honey were the most fascinating! And what fifth grader doesn't think having a 6' 6" football player stop by their classroom to read them a book and answer their questions is the coolest thing ever? Finally, since the first days, these​​ fifth grade students have been problem solving, working together to think critically, learning to multiply and divide by powers of 10, multiplying using the area model, dividing using place value strategies, and adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals.  Our community of learners is building and growing stronger each day, thanks to the hard work of great students, and the great people that they are surrounded by in the community and our schools. 

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