Mrs. Kathryn Milton

08Aug, 22

Bible Lesson 1 Study Guide

Study Guide                                         

Bible  Lesson 1:  God’s Word Is True       Name ______________________________

Memory Verse-  Romans 15:4   “For whatever was written in the past was written for our instruction, so that we may have hope through endurance and through the encouragement from the Scriptures.”  CSB

  1. General revelation means that God reveals Himself to people through nature.
  2. Special revelation means that God reveals Himself to people through the Bible and the life of Christ.
  3. No one can rightfully say that he or she has had no knowledge of God. All people see God’s general revelation in nature and sense their need for Him within themselves, or through their conscience.
  4. God chose to communicate His truth to people because of His great love for them.
  5. Truth is defined as fact or reality.
  6. God chose to reveal Himself in order to bring salvation to all people through a personal relationship with Jesus.
  7. The Old Testament’s message presents who God is (His Person, the Messiah), His plan of salvation, and His principles for living.
  8. Christians should study God’s Word for its teaching, rebuke or to stop,  correct or right way, and training in righteousness.
  9. God gives principles to live by to help people make wise choices.
  10. Satan tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden by lying. He twisted God’s Word so that she would sin
  11. Even though Adam and Eve allowed sin to enter the Garden of Eden, God planned for a savior.
  12. Abel’s sacrifice was accepted because it was offered in faith. He had a proper heart response.
  13. Cain’s offering was rejected because he did it with a wrong heart and it came from his own labor of tilling the ground.
  14. Cain was a farmer. Abel was a shepherd, a herder of sheep.
  15. Abraham started a new nation with a promise of a new son and a blessing.
  16. God urged Cain to repent of murdering his brother. Because Cain refused to repent, he had to leave the presence of the Lord and received a mark for protection. The mark also brought shame.
  17. People have regularly responded to God’s goodness by rebelling and sinning against His truth.
  18. The flood destroyed wickedness but a rainbow showed God’s love to Noah.
  19. God rescued the Jews out of slavery with power and a new leader, Moses.
  20. Yielding to God’s love and acknowledging that God’s plan is best is a way to minimize jealousy. This brings contentment.
  21. God’s redemptive plan can be seen in the lives of Bible characters written about in the Old Testament.
  22. People have responded to God’s love and goodness by accepting God’s love and becoming a part of His family, ignoring the truth and going out on their own, and hiding their sin and turning away from God. 
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06Aug, 22

August 8-12

August 8-12

Bible Verse:  Romans 15:4 (memorize)

For whatever was written in the past was written for our instruction, so that we may have hope through endurance and through the encouragement from the Scriptures.

Spelling Lesson 1 (Due to a short week, I have provided the definitions.)

  1. chilly – noticeably cold
  2. value – worth or importance of something
  3. humble – meek; respectful
  4. pattern – repeating order
  5. shelving – a sloping area or surface on a mountainside
  6. volumes – printed pages combined into book form
  7. whisper – to speak in a very soft and quiet voice
  8. common – familiar; ordinary
  9. separate – to divide or disconnect
  10. erosion – the process in which wind, water, or ice wears away the surface of the earth
  11. summit – the highest point, peak, or top
  12. igneous – fiery or related to fire, a kind of rock formed from cooled magma or lava
  13. sediment – material deposited by water, wind, or ice; residue
  14. mountains – large ridges of land above the terrain, often with steep slopes and rocky areas
  15. expose – to uncover
  16. fragment – a small, broken piece or section
  17. deposit – a collection of sediments or particles that have been weathered or eroded
  18. puppetry – the art of making or operating puppets
  19. fragile – easily broken or damaged; delicate
  20. snowcapped – having a covering of snow

 

Test Schedule

Spelling: List 1 (Friday, August 12th) Words and Definitions (definitions may include meanings and/or use in context)

Bible: Chapter 1 (Tuesday, August 16th)

Read and Think Cold Reads – Every Friday!

 

Homework: Please check your child’s agenda for daily homework. (i.e., math)

Cover the textbooks.

Study for upcoming tests!

Study multiplication facts daily! We will have minute drills.

Read AR book for 20 minutes each night.

 

Weekly Focus August 8-12

Bible – God’s Word Is True

LiteratureSamuel’s Choice – Story Elements

English – Unit 1: Verbs at Work

Science – Scientific Process and Engineering Design Process

Math – Chapter 1 Place Value (Hundred Thousands, Hundred Billions), Compare Whole Numbers <, >, =, writing numbers least to greatest, greatest to least with numbers up to hundred billions

 

 

 

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06Aug, 22

How to Cover Textbooks

The textbooks that will need to be covered are Literature, Science, and Social Studies.

I will send one textbook home each day to be covered.

The video below gives instructions on how to cover the books with brown paper.

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04Aug, 22

Parent Letter

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the Fifth Grade! My name is Mrs. Milton and I am very excited to be your child’s teacher this year. I have been teaching for 36.5 years and I retired in 2021 from St. Tammany Public Schools. I love teaching and it is my calling. Even though I retired, God knew I had a lot of teaching left to do, so He led me to FBCS. I have taught second grade, third grade, fifth grade, and I have been an elementary school librarian. Fifth grade is my favorite grade to teach.

I am honored to teach your child. I am looking forward to seeing each individual child grow academically and spiritually. We are going to have a great year as we work together helping your child succeed.

Classroom:

Your child will be assigned their agenda, textbooks, and workbooks for the year. Please cover the textbooks with BROWN PAPER (no cloth covers). I will begin sending textbooks home to be covered on Monday, August 8th. I will send home two or three textbooks at a time. I am hoping we get all textbooks covered the first week of school.

Please do not allow any tape to touch the books, because the tape causes damage to the books.

Bible: Purposeful Design Grade 5 Edition Workbook

Literature: Mosdos Press Literature Coral Textbook

Math: Purposeful Design Mathematics Grade 5 Workbook

English: God’s Gift of Language B

Science: Purposeful Design Science Level Five

Social Studies: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; The United States: The Making of a New Nation

 

Snacks:

The students will have an opportunity to eat a snack in the morning as long as the classroom stays clean and free of snack trash on the floor. Please send snacks that are not high in sugar, especially candy. Also, please be sure the snack is a finger-food and does not require eating utensils.

Birthday:

Please remember that if you send party invitations to school, each child in our class must receive one. Treats for birthdays can be brought to the office.

Website:

Make sure to check it weekly for updates and reminders.

Email address: [email protected]  I will check emails only during the morning upon arrival to school, during my planning time, and after school. To find my school website: www.fbcseagles.com, go to student services, class updates, then Mrs. Milton.

Positive Behavior:

In our classroom, there are non-negotiable rules:

  1. Listen and show respect while others are talking.
  2. Follow directions the first time they are given.
  3. Treat everyone with kindness and respect.
  4. Take care of our classroom and school.
  5. Work quietly and play safely.

 

In our classroom, we have a conduct chart with push pins. Positive behavior allows you child to move on the chart until the end of the row. Once your child has reached the end of the row, he/she will receive a coupon for a reward of their choosing from the reward “shopping list”. Your child can spend the coupon upon receiving or he/she can accumulate coupons and spend at his/her choosing. Redeeming coupons will only be allowed in the morning before school or in the afternoon right before dismissal.

Each day your child begins with 5 behavior points. If your child has no push backs, the student will receive full conduct credit for the day. If you child breaks any classroom or school rule, he/she will push back the pin. A red push pin will be used to indicate the push back. One point will be deducted from the behavior grade for each push back your child makes each day. I always give warnings to the student whenever behavior becomes an issue. Push backs are used whenever the student is unable to correct the behavior without a consequence.

Conduct:

Your child’s conduct grade will be posted on Headmaster by Tuesday of each week. Every day he/she have the opportunity to earn 5 conduct points for a 20-point weekly conduct grade. In our classroom, we have a conduct chart with push pins. Below are the consequences associated with each behavior level.

Level 5: The student will receive full conduct credit for the day. (5/5 points)

Level 4: I will remind the student of my expectations and one point will be deducted.  (4/5 points)

Level 3: I will give a verbal warning and reteach the expectation and two points will be deducted. (3/5 points)

Level 2: I will conference with the student and three points will be deducted. (2/5 points)

Level 1: The student will receive a write-up, parental contact and

four points will be deducted. (1/5 points)

Level 0: Possible administration involvement, parental contact, and

the student will lose all points for the day. (0/5 points)

I am looking forward to a fantastic school year.

Kathryn Milton, M.Ed.

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