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Oster-Oakview
Intermediate School
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Mrs. Brost
5th Grade Math, Science, and Social Studies
Oster-Oakview
kbrost@nlsd122.org

Practice Spelling words at:

https://www.spellingcity.com/HWorden11

A special thanks to Mrs. Worden for sharing this link!

Reading Resources:

Story Town Online: http://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/login.do 

- Students username is 122firstnamelastname

- Students password is nlsd##### (#'s represent the students 5-digit code)

http://www.scholastic.com 

- Our classroom online code is DXKBF

http://www.timeforkids.com/

http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

Grammar Resources:

http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html

https://www.brainpop.com/ (Username: osteroakview Password: oakview)

Novel: Bridge to Terabithia

Chapter 7 Notes:

p. 67 Hyperbole- "Lord, he wished a million times he'd never helped buy that stupid doll."

P. 67 Personification- "Or maybe it was the time of year- the last dregs of winter spoiling the taste of everything."

p. 72 Idiom- "They both somehow managed to keep the giggles buttoned in until they got out of the sacred place."

p. 73 Humor- "He ought at least to be there to catch her when Janice kicked her out."

Chapter 8 Notes:

p. 79 Simile- "A ail went up from Ellie and Brenda like two sirens going to a fire."

p. 79 Idiom- ".... as loudly as she could just to prove she wasn't going to be put down.

p. 80 Hyperbole- "It would make you throw up to see how those girls make a spectacle of themselves in church."

p. 82 Idiom- "I don't want no one poking up their nose at my family."

p 82-83 "...Brenda and Ellie looked like a pair of peacocks with fake tail feathers."