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A 5th Grade Class Guide Sheets

These 5th grade materials are simple, and should be more easily understood, that is why I prefer to use materials like this.  It is not about how smart someone is, but more about how well they are able to handle information and understand what they learn.

I have provided this material so we can all be on the same page and same level of awareness.  Also this material will be available to refer back to when ever needed.  You may access it by looking on the Navigation Bar to the left on any page in this site.

From the, What If...? page, the thought of "wonder and awe" is magnified when we consider all of the knowledge gained as a result of scientific investigations.  From the documented inquiry of scientists, the mysteries of our natural world have been unraveled and revealed for the everyday person to appreciate.  Especially now in this 21st Century, the technology available to the field of science is phenomenal; therefore we are able to see into the, previously, hidden dimensions of the natural world around us.   

After you have looked over the science material, then we can move on to the first essay being presented in the our Assembly Hall. 

On the way let's stop by the Coat and Hat Room and leave there our private thoughts, opinions, and worldly cares.   They'll be in good keeping there, so we may pick them up on the way out.  

It's best if we do that, because it will keep us from being distracted during the presentation.  I have always been highly annoyed when something causes me to miss an important thought during one of these talks.  What do you think? 

"To the Assembly Hall"


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