Welcome to Ms. Mac's 4th/5th Grade Classroom!
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Welcome to Team 207! Ms. Mac is now back in the classroom with In-Person learners. 

Questions? Email Ms. Mac at megan.macdonald@mpls.k12.mn.us, message her via Seesaw, or call the main office at 612-668-1122.

Background: 

My name is Megan MacDonald (she/her) and this is my fourth year at Pratt Community School! I earned my M.S. in Education at the University of Minnesota and my Ph.D. in American Studies at Purdue University. I live with my family, including a puppy named Bisou, three guinea pigs, and many fish, in south Minneapolis. 

I am so excited to build a community with our students in Room 207. I am invested in encouraging academic choice to meet the needs of all students in my room, and use Responsive Classroom practices to address any issues that may arise. This means we solve many of our classroom issues using whole class circles for problem solving conversations. You will find that I have very high expectations for all my students and believe they can meet those expectations. I believe every student wants to learn and help each human in my room to set and meet goals, use perseverance and collaboration to succeed at those goals, and challenge ourselves daily to go above and beyond. 

 

 

 

2020-2021 Supply List

1 pair of headphones to keep in the classroom 

1 pair of athletic shoes for Gym Class

Do not label the following items: 

24 Ticonderoga Pencils

4 plain composition notebooks (black)

2 plain 2-pocket folders (any color)

2-3 highlighters, any color 

1 box Crayola classic colors markers

1 pack (12 or 24) Crayola colored pencils

1 roll of 3M Packaging Tape 

1 package rectangular pink erasers

1 package Expo dry erase markers (black) 

2 Elmers glue sticks 

2 containers disinfectant wipes 

3 boxes facial tissue 

Appreciated items: 

3x3 Post-It Notes

 

 

See Quick Links to the side for Math based online games and other tools!! 

 
The Works: Workshop on Wheels - January 2020

Hands on engineering experience in the classroom learning about motion and circuits. We built our own "wiggle bot" using motors, batteries, and circuits.