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Welcome To 5th Grade!

Contact Information:

Christy Ishmael 5th Grade Science

email: cishmael@edgewood-isd.net

Phone: 903-896-2143 Ext. 8038

Conference Time:  2:50-3:35

 

Ishmael's Homeroom
Purple Day Gold Day
8:00-10:30 Math-Brenner 8:00-10:30 Reading-Hall
10:30-11:30 Intervention 10:30-11:30 Intervention
11:30-12:00 Lunch 11:30-12:00 Lunch
12:00-12:15 Recess 12:00-12:15 Recess
12:15-2:45 Science-Ishmael 12:15-2:45 ELA-Thornberry
2:50-3:35 PE/Music 2:50-3:35 PE/Music
Friday Schedule Pep Rally Day
8:00-9:15 Math-Brenner 8:00-9:15 Math-Brenner
9:15-10:30 ELA-Thornberry 9:15-10:30 ELA-Thornberry
10:30-11:30 Intervention 10:30-11:30 Reading-Hall
11:30-12:00 Lunch 11:30-12:00 Lunch
12:00-12:15 Recess 12:00-12:15 Recess
12:15-1:30 Reading-Hall 12:15-12:35 Reading-Hall
1:30-2:45 Science-Ishmael 12:35-1:20 Science-Ishmael
2:50-3:35 PE/Music 1:20-1:55 Pep Rally
1:55-2:30 Science-Ishmael
2:30-2:50 Homeroom
2:50-3:35 PE/Music
Early Release Day
8:00-9:05 Math-Brenner
9:05-10:10 ELA-Thornberry
10:10-11:15 Reading-Hall
11:15-11:30 Science-Ishmael
11:30-12:00 Lunch
12:00-1:00 Science-Ishmael

 

 

Grading Policy:

Students that fail a paper, including tests, may redo for a grade up to 70%.

SCIENCE WISH LIST

felt squares (10)

Metal Spoons (5)

Clear Plastic Cups 

Box of Rock Salt

Baby Oil

Cotton Balls (2 Packages)

Modeling Clay

Plastic Spoons

Sand

Alka Seltzer (1 Box)

 D Batteries (5)

Tennis Balls (10)

Paper Cups

      

Vocabulary for Unit 1 and 2 (Matter and Mixtures/Solutions)

  • Conductor – a substance or object that allows energy to flow through it easily

  • Dissolving – the process by which substances break down into small pieces and spread evenly throughout a liquid (water)

  • Electrical energy – energy that is absorbed or delivered by an electric circuit

  • Gas – a state of matter in which the substance expands to take both the shape and the volume of its container

  • Insulator – a substance or object that does not allow energy to flow through it easily

  • Liquid – take the shape of their container, filling the bottom of the container first; has the ability to flow

  • Magnetism – a force of attraction that causes a magnetic material to move

  • Mass – the amount of matter in something

  • Matter – anything that has mass and takes up space

  • Melting / freezing point – the temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid or a solid to a liquid by the loss or addition of heat;  

  • for water this temperature is 0°C

  • Metric system – the decimal measuring system based on the meter, liter, and gram as units of length, volume (capacity), and weight or mass

  • Mixture – a combination of two or more substances that can be easily separated in some physical way

  • Physical properties – properties of matter that can be observed, measured, or changed without changing the matter itself

  • Relative density – floating or sinking when compared to water

  • Solid – definite shape and size

  • Solubility – the ability of a substance to dissolve in another substance, such as sugar dissolving in water

  • Solution – a type of mixture in which the particles of one or more substances are dissolved (uniformly dispersed throughout) in another substance

  • States of matter – the forms matter can take, such as solid, liquid, and gas; sometimes called phases of matter

  • Thermal energy – energy related to the temperature of an object or a substance

Related Vocabulary:

  • Attract

  • Chart

  • Classify

  • Data

  • Float

  • Gram

  • Magnet

  • Magnetic

  • Measure

  • Model

  • Nonmagnetic

  • Properties

  • Repel

  • Sink

  • Table

  • Triple beam balance

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