Hello! Welcome to Mr. Sollberger's Page!Name: Mr. SollbergerGrade: 5-8 E.D.
Hello! My name is Mr. Sollberger. The 2018-2019 school year is my eighth at Sterling. I am very excited to be back because I love the school, the students, and the amazing staff and faculty that we have here. In addition to teaching, I am also the boys baseball coach. If you have any questions or would like to talk for any reason, please do not hesitate to email me. Go Jaguars!
The following document is Mr. Sollberger's "Learn at Home" Homework Menu for days when school is cancelled due to inclement weather. One should be completed for each day that school is cancelled due to weather. If you have any questions, please email me and I will be happy to help!
Choose at least five squares to do. One of them must be “Read for 20 minutes and complete learning log.” When you are finished, put an X through the completed boxes. Attach any items to your menu and bring all of your materials to school the next day.
Student Name: Parent Signature:
Pick 2 rooms. Measure the length of the walls and add them together to find the perimeter.
Record all of your findings.
Read an article in the newspaper (or have an adult read it to you). It can be from any day or section of the paper. Write at least 3 things you learned about it.
Watch a 30-minute show on National
Geographic or the
History Channel. (Maybe on Netflix?) Write the name of the show and 3 things you learned to share with your teacher.
Pick 3 emotions. Draw a picture of a situation that would make you feel each one of the emotions. Write your emotion next to the picture.
Look at the food labels of at least 3 items in your home. Figure out the total calories of all foods combined.
Record your observations.
20 jumping jacks
20 sit ups
20 toe touches
Jog in place for 3 minutes
Write 3 math problems that use 3 operations (add, subtract, multiply, divide). No single
Solve the problem and show your work.
Research a state that you would like to visit. Find out its capital city, state bird, state flower, state nickname, and bordering states.
Write your first and last name 10 times in cursive.
Watch the newest episode of
News and write 3 new/interesting facts
Write a letter to a friend describing one event you did today.
Interview an adult and ask them at least 5 questions about when they were in school.
20 minutes and complete learning log
Get a pile of change and count it out for an adult. Take a few coins away and count it again. Add some more coins back to the pile and count it again.
Make a word search using 15 words you have worked on in Reading or Spelling.
Draw a picture of a snow scene from the view of a window in your house or apartment.
Spend 30 minutes on Freckle.
Create a snow day playlist with at least 5 songs that made your day at home a great one. Bring your list with you.
Find 15 words from things around your house and complete pyramid spelling using them.
Go online and find
5 interesting facts about a famous person who was born in Illinois and share these facts with a parent or sibling.
Research a picture of a building or event in Illinois that is not in Peoria. Draw your own version of that place and label what it is.
Bake or cook something using a recipe (with a parent, if needed). Write down what you made and how it turned out!
Find a comic or a book on Epic. Read it and make up a 5 question quiz to give to someone else who reads it.
Create two math word problems. Solve the problems, show your work and be ready to challenge the class.
Create a map of one room in your house. Make sure to add a compass rose and map key with at least 5 things in it.
What did you read about in the book?
Students can access MyOn and Epic at home to read fun books.
To access myon the address is https://www.myon.com/index.html
Then a student can select our school and then lunch number and birthday in 05031965 order.
To access EPIC the address is https://www.getepic.com/students
Then a student can log in using their classroom code (PKY5134)
Congratulations to boys baseball team! We finished as runner up in the city this year! The boys made great progress and played well as a team all year. Looking forward to next season already!