August 7, 2019
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by Jennifer Sobalvarro

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Sub Plans for Fifth Grade

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  • Planning for a substitute in the classroom has never been easier than with this week-long sub packet! Your substitute can supercharge learning by using these lessons about real-life heroes and inspire students to become positive role models themselves!
  • In this week, students will be able to:
    • Discuss the idea of heroes, both real and imagined.
    • Examine nonfiction texts about historical figures.
    • Research ideas and write about an imagined heroic figure.
    • Use purposeful language like onomatopoeia, hyperbole, and homophones in their writing.
    • Explore the United States Constitution so they can assess how they can be heroes within the confines of US law and the Bill of Rights.
    • Review place value with whole numbers through the millions period.
    • Understand the powers of 10 with whole numbers and decimals.
    • Work with integrated social studies and science content in the form of literacy lessons.

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  • In general, this week-long packet breaks down into this approximate time frame each day:
    • Two to three hours of literacy
    • One hour of math
    • One hour of connected content (social studies and/or science)
    • Thirty minutes of art, movement, or fun

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