Hello and WELCOME to Mrs. Woods 5th Grade Science Class
I look forward to teaching your child this year and learning more about them as we explore the wonderful world of Science. A little bit about me, I am a proud product of Holly Springs School District and a graduate of Rust College here in Holly Springs, I am the mother of five sons and one granddaughter. I love science because it helps us to understand the world around us and I am excited to share the journey of exploring the galaxy in which we live.
THESE ARE OUR OBJECTIVES:P.5.5A.1 Obtain and evaluate scientific information to describe the basic physical properties of atoms and molecules.
P.5.5A.2 Collect, analyze, and interpret data from measurements of the physical properties of solids, liquids, and gases (e.g., volume, shape, movement, and spacing of particles).
Here is the Schedule for Group 5: Mrs. Woods' Homeroom starting Monday, August 10, 2020, at 7:30 a.m.
TIME CLASS TEACHER
7:30-8:00 Safety Training Mrs. Woods
8:00-9:00 Science Mrs. Woods
9:00-10:00 Virtual Activity Activity Teacher
10:00-11:00 ELA Ms. Groves
11:00-11:30 LUNCH (lunchtime)
11:30-12:30 ELA Ms. Hudson
12:30-1:30 Math Ms. Scruggs
1:30-2:30 Math Mr. Rhines
~Mrs. Floyd asks if you were one of Mrs. Swanson's students last year could you please come to her classroom at 2:30 on Monday.
Andreia C. Woods
For questions or concerns feel free to share them by completing the information below.
This link will take you to google meet for homeroom and class starting Monday morning August 10th at 7:30 a.m.
Click below to join the meeting on Google Meet.
Class Link: http://meet.google.com/jtz-grvi-xkm
Homework for August 6, 2020:
>Create a space to work from inside your home for virtual learning.
>Email me your student information : such as name, address, phone numbers for you and your parents as well as email address.
These are the vocabulary words for the week of August 10, 2020, for objectives P.5.5A.1 &P.5.5A.2.
1. atoms: a particle that is the smallest and most basic part of an element.
2. compounds: a matter made of two or more elements, such as water, oxygen, and salt.
3. mass: the amount of matter an object has.
4. molecule: the smallest particle of a compound that has the properties of the compound.
5. temperature: a measure of how fast the particles of matter are moving.
6. volume: the amount of space an object takes up.
7. observe: to use your senses to gather information.