Mrs. Bollinger
Religion Mathematics Science

Gym classes are on Mondays.

Please be sure you have your gym uniform and sneakers.

We have Library on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please be sure to have your library card. (It should be in the classroom, hanging on its hook.)

Finals: Thursday, June 14: Religion and Social Studies.

Friday, June 15: Mathematics

Monday, June 18: ELA and Science


Homework, Week of June 11

Monday - Thursday: Study/ review. Use your review packets. You will have a math sheet each day; this is a review as well.

Homework, Week of June 4

Monday, June 4

Religion: Read "Jesus is the Truth," p. 200 Take notes on the most important points.

Math: Worksheet.

Science: Write 3 more positive text messages in your notebook.


Tuesday, June 5

Religion: Pick one activity from p. 203 and do it.

Math:p. 615: # 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 16; p. 616, # 3 & 5

Science: Work on reviewing notes in Google Classroom.


Wednesday, June 6

Religion: Read "We Remember," "We Respond," p.203

Math: p. 621; p. 622, # 4, 6

Science: Think of a fable you know. Be ready to share it tomorrow.


Thursday, June 7

Religion: Work with your end-of-year review

Math: p. 627, # 3, 6, 9, 11, 14; p. 628, # 4 & 6

Science: If you have not completed your storyboard, finish it. If it is finished, continue reviewing for finals.



Homework, Week of May 28

Monday: May 28: Memorial Day; no classes, no homework.

Tuesday, May 29

Religion: Read "Sharing is a Sacred Duty," p. 193. Take notes on the important points. Answer "Just Share."

Math: p. 549; p.550, #5 & 6

Wednesday, May 30

Concert day: No homework. (Please don’t cry ;-))

Remember, Religion test on Monday, Chapters 21-23.

Thursday, May 31

Religion, review your notes, and Chapters 21 - 23. Test on Monday.

Math: p. 607 #3, 5, 8; p. 608 #5


Homework, Week of May 21

Monday, May 21

Religion: review your notes.

Math: p.703, #2, 4, 6; p.704, #3, 6. Review work on Geometry and Volume, Chapter 11 (book and notebook). Test on Tuesday.

Science: remember that your book report test will be given on Friday.



Tuesday, May 22

Religion: review your notes.

Math: p. 710. Review work on Geometry and Volume, Chapter 11 (book and notebook). Test on Tuesday.

Science: remember that your book report test is on Friday.


Wednesday, May 23

Math: p. 589, #4, 8, 12, 16; p. 590, #3, 5. Review work on Geometry and Volume, Chapter 11 (book and notebook). Test on Tuesday.

Religion: review your notes

Science: remember that your book report test is on Friday.


Thursday, May 24

Math: p. 595, #2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17; p. 596, # 5, 6. Review work on Geometry and Volume, Chapter 11 (book and notebook). Test on Tuesday.

Science: Remember that your book report test is tomorrow.




Homework, Week of May 14

Monday, May 14

Religion: Read p. 176 and take notes. Reread the poem, "Heartsong" that we read in class. Begin writing your own poem about love for life. The poem is due, edited and ready to display, on Friday. Share the letter with your family.

Math: p. 673, # 2, 4, 5, 7; p. 674, # 3 – 6

Science: review notes on Solar System and Stars in Google Classroom. Don't forget that your Glog is due on Friday.


Tuesday, May 15

Religion: continue to work on your poem. It is due on Friday.

Math: p. 685, # 3- 6; p. 686, #4, 6. Remember that 4 quarts = 1 gallon

Science: review notes on Solar System and Stars in Google Classroom. Don't forget that your Glog is due on Friday.


Wednesday, May 16

Reminder: today will be our first visit to the Book Fair. Once students have attended the Book Fair, their parents may meet them after school to visit the Fair together.


Math: p.691, # 2 – 6; 692, # 4, 6

Science: review notes on Solar System and Stars in Google Classroom. Don't forget that your Glog is due on Friday.


Thursday, May 17

Religion: Your poem about loving life is due tomorrow.

Math: p. 697, # 3 – 5; p. 549 #2

Science: Review the work you have done in your STEM notebook. Don't forget that your Glog is due tomorrow.

Homework, Week of May 7

Monday, May 7

Religion: read p. 157; take notes

Math: p. 527 to review. Don't forget, test tomorrow on division of fractions.

Science: Don't forget to work on your Glog.


Tuesday, May 8

Religion: read p. 159, take notes

Math: p. 528

Science: Don't forget to work on your Glog.


Wednesday, May 9

Religion: Read p. 160, take notes

Math: P. 641, #2 - 8; p. 642, #4, 6

Science: Don't forget to work on your Glog.


Thursday, May 10

Math: p. 659, # 3, 5, 9; p. 660, #5, 6.

Science: Don't forget to work on your Glog.



Science Assignment: This is due on May 18. You will need to log in to Glogster, and create a glog (or a couple of glogs) to show what you have learned about the Solar System. Here are the instructions and the rubric that I will use to grade the glogs. You also received a copy of these instructions in class.

We are researching biomes in Science class. When we have our information, we are using it to make informational websites. We have collaborated in class and online. We used both the Internet and print material for our research. We were able to collect copyright-free images by including "creative commons" in our search strings.
To create the websites themselves, we needed to be able to edit a template, design each page, design and post text, link several pages, and insert appropriate images and videos.
The first of our pages is live now. Here is the link:

https://sites.google.com/ourladyoffatimaschool.org/tundra-com/home


The students in Grade 5 worked very hard on the unit on Structure and Properties of Matter. To show what they know, they created videos. These are the links to watch them!

https://youtu.be/y6qxZ1qHo1w

https://youtu.be/pbQn6SWeK14

https://youtu.be/QckcLwNZseU

https://youtu.be/nxHuTfykAnA

https://youtu.be/kvHzQbaVv2w

https://youtu.be/ShOYNhslVCw

https://youtu.be/jl05cymzFBU


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5th Grade Prayers

Each year, we focus on special prayers from the Catholic tradition. During the 5th Grade, our prayers are:

Morning Prayer


O Jesus, through the Immaculate Hearrt of Mary, I offer you my prayers, works, joys and sufferings of this day In union with the holy sacrifice of the Mass throughout the world. I offer them for all the intentions of your Sacred Heart: the salvation of souls, reparation for sins, the reunion of all Christians. I offer them for the intentions of our bishops and of all the Apostles of Prayer, and in particular for those recommended by our Holy Father this month.

Grace after Meals

We give You thanks for all Your benefits, Almighty God, who lives and reigns forever. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.


The Apostles' Creed

I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth
and in Jesus Christ, HIs only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit,
born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried;
He descended into Hell, on the third day He arose again from the dead; He ascended into heaven,
and is seated at the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from thence He shall come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and life everlasting. Amen.


Welcome to Fifth Grade! I will be your teacher for Religion, Math, and Science. We will learn about the importance of worshiping in community as Catholics. We will explore how systems work in the human body, in ecosystems, in earth's systems, and in space systems. We will become experts in place value, operations with fractions, and working with volume. If you have ever thought that Math was boring or hard, prepare to be surprised!