• If you have an overdue library book, you can drop books off on Wednesday, June 17th from 9:00 - 12:00. There will be a cart set up right outside of the front doors.

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    My homeroom students:

    There is a new posting for Kahoots. Please go to Google Classroom - Reading (Mr. Tenhagen)


    Brain Pop Assignment

    You can access through Clever - www.clever.com/in/wscsd

    Give it a try! This is a no judgment assignment.

    You may have already received notification through google classroom.

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    Please go to fliprid.com to see a new short video on reading.

    Code: tenhagen9067

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  • Can you memorize a poem with at least four lines?

    I think you can.

    See my video on flipgrid: tenhagen0885


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    Sign up for the PE Google CLassroom with Mr. Schall, Mr. Prynn, and Mr. Loughran
    The join code is: gklo5q3
    Art, Library, Music Google Classroom Code: 7mu6hxa

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  • If you have a free hour in the evening, I highly recommend the NETFLIX series Our Planet. A great program to watch with the entire family. It contains incredible footage of the wildlife around the world.

    Our Planet

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Allendale Grade 5 - Room 132


    Dear Friends,

    We are living through a most unique and challenging time. Our main priority is the health and safety of us all.

     Until we are back in class, here are some things we can do to keep our minds sharp:

    • Read a book a week! Yes, it can be easily done. Afterall, you get to choose the book. However, try to read a variety. There are many genres to choose from (we’ve talked about that in class often!).
    • How do I get books? That’s a tougher one…
    • Rummage through your house.
    • Carefully, reach out to friends and family.
    • Order on-line. E-bay (for instance) has an enormous selection and prices can be super cheap. Plus, they deliver to your door.
    • On-line resources. There are free e-reader books (usually classics).
    • On the district website (or here), there are links to Raz-Kids, Starfall, Reading A-Z, ReadWorks, and more.

                   Elementary Link

    • This link Elementary Link also provides many opportunities to practice math skills. Sites such as Prodigy, Kahoot, Pearson Successnet, and XtraMath are great sites to practice what you know.
    • Find activities where you use your brains and hands (board games, drawing, journaling, building, etc.). Do these activities alone and with family members.
    • When you watch tv, find programs that you can learn from: history, nature, science, or classic movies!

      I will be updating this site regularly. If you need to contact me, email me please:


      Mr. Tenhagen