Category Archives: 5th Grade

I am A Stray Kitten

I need help! Hi  others (possibly cats)!  My name is Cuddles and I am a stray kitten. I was obviously born from a cat. I had a older sister and five older brothers. Yes, I am the youngest. I had … Continue reading

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Language Arts Reflection

Language arts reflection from Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

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Ted Ed Talk

In Language Arts, we did Ted Ed talks . My Ted Ed talk was about visual learning. How teachers should include more pictures instead of words. This would improve all kids’ grades. Also, teachers should let kids doodle if they … Continue reading

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Jewish Studies End of the year SLC

Reading Fluency Since the beginning the year of 5th grade, I believe that I have improved in my Hebrew reading because I have learned new words and I practice reading words to expand my vocabulary. In the beginning of the year, … Continue reading

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The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan

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The Most Difficult Plague

In Jewish Studies, we learned about the first three plagues- Blood, Frogs, and Lice. For blood, Egyptians were not able  to drink water for seven days. Which is proven to be scientificly impossible. For Frogss, frogs were everywhere, terrorizing Egyptians. … Continue reading

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The School for Good and Evil

In 5th grade, our class made book trailers using the computer app frames. My book trailer is about the book “The School for Good and Evil.” The School for Good and Evil is about two girls named Sophie and Agatha … Continue reading

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Pollution is a Big Problem!

Pollution is a big problem in the world. I mean big, huge, gigantic! Pollution causes bad and toxic smells which people inhale through their nostrils. Also, areas in the world were so pretty until people came in and replaced it … Continue reading

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The Cells

In Science, 5th grade made artworks of part of an animals’ and plants’ cell. With the help of the art teacher Mrs. Gutterman, we learned how to draw some of the parts and in Science class, we painted them. Some … Continue reading

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U.N.F. Trip

UNF Trip Today for  Tu’ Bishvat, 4th and 5th graders went on a field trip to UNF campus. For those who don’t know what Tu’ Bishvat is, It’s a special jewish holiday celebrating the New Year of the trees. We … Continue reading

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