• Fifth Grade Schedule

    8:05-8:15 Morning Meeting

    8:15- 9:55 Reading and Writing Block with Mrs. Patrick

    9:15-9:25 Restroom Break (in-person) 

    9:55- 10:45 Math Block 1 with Mrs. Patrick

    10:45- 11:30 Lunch and Free time

    11:30- 12:20 Related Arts

    12:20- 1:05 Science with Ms. McCord

    1:05-1:45 Math Block 2 with Ms. Patrick

    1:20-1:30 Restroom Break (in-person)

    1:45-2:00 Social Studies 



    *Times highlighted in RED = Live sessions 




  • Happy New Year 5th grade families! I am so excited to start 2021 with all of you. With the holidays behind us, lets get ready to kick our learning into full gear. 5th grade Lyon Leaders Let's get ready to finish strong!

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    Social Studies

    Compare fractions using >, =, or <.


    Compare decimals using >, =, or <.


    Compare fractions and decimals using >, =, or <.


    Place fractions in order.


    Place decimals in order.


     Place fractions and decimals in order.


    Justify the solution by identifying a correct explanation from a list of choices.


     Justify the solution.

    Use the text to summarize key events and details to explain the sequence of events/plot.


    Explain how past events impact future events.


    Analyze text to summarize key events and details to explain the sequence of events/plot.


    Analyze the text to explain how past events impact future events.


    Use specific details from the text to form an in-depth explanation of the events/plot in a story.

    Use specific information directly from the text to recount what happened and why as they explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts.

    Enhance their ideas with concrete details and evidence.


    Use quotations in a paper to further support their ideas.


    Determine structure for topic and purpose of text.


    Group related information.

    determine paragraph contents from groupings.


    Describe the cause and effect relationship between the amount of daylight and the time of the year.  


    Describe patterns in the amount of daylight throughout the year.  


    Organize data in a bar/line graph.  

    Use evidence of daylight to draw a conclusion about what season it is.   



    Explain how scarcity, supply, demand, opportunity cost, income, labor, wages, and other economic concepts apply to the nation’s past, present, and future.


    Explain how various causes throughout history have been a catalyst for economic change in our country.


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