Ms. Temkey graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education in 2015. In 2018, she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. Ms. Temkey is an alumni of Saint Adalbert and returned five years ago to start her teaching career as a fifth grade teacher. Ms. Temkey has worked in numerous after school programs with children of various ages and enjoyed spending time with all the students she worked with. She has a passion for teaching and helping children succeed. This is her first year teaching multiple grade levels and she is loving every minute of it.
Math: Go Math
Third Grade Topics: Addition & Subtraction within 1,000 , Interpret Data, Understand Multiplication, Multiplication Facts, Understand Division, Division Facts, Fractions – understanding & comparing, time, length, perimeter, Geometry, and two dimensional shapes.
Fourth Grade Topics: Place Value, Multiply by 1 and 2 digit numbers, Divide by 1 digit numbers, Factors, Multiples, Fractions & Decimals, Equivalent Fractions, Add/Subtract Fractions, Multiply fractions by whole numbers, relate fractions and decimals, Measurement & Data, Two dimensional figures, Angles, Perimeter.
Fifth Grade Topics: Place Value, Expressions, Dividing Whole Numbers, Add and Subtract Decimals, Multiply and Divide Decimals, Add/ Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators, Multiply and Divide Fractions, Patterns and Graphing , Convert Units of Measure
Science: New York Science
Third Grade Topics: Properties of Matter, Forms of Energy, Forces and Motion ,Plants and Animal Adaptations, Living Things in Ecosystems, Science, Engineering, and Technology
Fourth Grade Topics: Ecosystems, Adaptations & Survival, Electricity & Magnetism, Matter, Shaping Earth, Motion, Force and the Design Process.
Third grade enjoyed learning their multiplication facts in a fun way this November!
Third graders learned about the parts of the plants. They all labeled their own flower and wrote about the importance of the plant parts. Here is some of their final products!
The fourth graders learned the importance of Recycling and created their own Public Service announcements.