Mastery Club

What is Hauser's Mastery Club?
This is a club for students who are interested in going above and beyond the normal classroom expectations. It is a way to challenge students and to keep their brains active! I hope to inspire everyone to learn new things all the time because learning never ends! Mrs. Hauser

How do I start Mastery Club?
Ask Mrs. Hauser for a notebook or journal to start.  You can also get your own!  Pick any subject to start with. Read the question and find the answer using any credible resource. This part must be done at home or in school when absolutely all your work is done. You can use the Internet or textbooks to help you. Record your answers in the Mastery Club journal that each of you will get if you wish to participate. Learn the answers! They are good basic facts to know.  Each time you answer a question correctly, you will earn stars! We will track the points in our classroom. You can be a 1-star member, all the way up to an 84-star member. You start as a Bronze Member and can work your way all the way up to a Diamond Member.

Check out the other clubs... 

  • Bronze Members: 1-20 Stars or Answers 
  • Silver Members: 21-37 Stars 
  • Gold Members: 38-50 Stars 
  • Platinum Members: 51-68 Stars 
  • Diamond Members: 69-80 Stars 

What should a Mastery Club Notebook look like?
When recording in your Mastery Club Notebook, please put the number of the question, copy the question, and then its answer below. Keep your notebook organized!  Skip lines in between questions, use neat handwriting, etc.

What is the HALL OF FAME?
Any student who completes all the challenges gets to go into the Room 25 Hall of Fame!


ROOM 25’s HALL of FAME (WELBY WAY ELEMENTARY)


  • Ben (2014) - Diamond Member
  • Lalitha (2014) - Diamond
  • Uzoma (2014) - Platinum
  • Josh (2013) - Diamond Member
  • Auryon (2013) - Diamond Member 
  • Rohan (2013) - Bronze Member
  • Heather (2013) - Diamond Member
  • Eric (2013) - Diamond Member
  • Thishka (2013) - Gold Member
  • Bella (2012) - Gold Member
  • Devon (2011) - Gold Member
  • Jared (2010) - Diamond Member
  • Riley (2010) - Silver Member
  • Noah (2010) - Silver Member


ROOM 23’s HALL OF FAME (NESTLE AVENUE) 


  • Rebekah (2009) - Diamond Member 

Thank you to the wonderful Mrs. Renz for this great idea. Teachers: Please visit her website at... http://www.mrsrenz.net/masteryclub.htm for more information.

Social Studies and California Geography
Numbers 1-29
1.  Name the 4 regions of California and their natural resources.
2.  Name 4 of the major cities of the Gold Rush Era.
3.  Name the 7 continents.
4.  Name 15 major world countries.
5.  Name 15 major world cities.
6.  Name 10 South American and Central American countries.
7.  Name 10 countries bordering the Pacific Ocean.
8.  Name 10 counties in California.
9.  Name 10 countries in Africa.
10.  Name 10 countries in Europe.
11.   Name 10 countries in Asia.
12.  Name 10 major bodies of water.
13.  Name 10 of the major rivers in the world.
14.  Name the 50 states and their capitals.
15.  Label the 50 states on a map.
16.  List the postal abbreviations for each of the 50 states.
17.  Name the state symbols of California.
18.  Name 5 early explorers in California.
19.  Name all 21 of the California Missions.
20. Name the 1st-15th US Presidents in order.
21.  Name the 16th-30th US Presidents in order.
22. Name the 31st-current US Presidents in order.
23. Name the 13 colonies.
24. Name the 10 amendments, known as the Bill of Rights.
25. Name 15 Types of dwellings
26. Name 10 Deserts of the World.
27. Name 10 Lakes around the World.
28. Name 10 Mountain Ranges.
29. Name 10 Native American tribes that live in California.

Life, Earth, and Physical Science
Numbers 30-50
30.  Name 15 kinds of fish.
31.  Name 15 marine creatures.
32.  Name 15 types of birds.
33.  Name 10 desert animals.
34.  Name 10 animals that have a vertebrae.
35.  Name 10 amphibians.
36.  Name 10 reptiles.
37.  Name 10 dinosaurs.
38.  Name 10 Rainforest animals or Birds.
39.  Name 10 Deciduous Trees.
40.  Name 10 rocks or minerals.
41.  Name 15 mammals.
42.  Name 10 chemicals and their Symbols
43.  Name the colors of the rainbows.
44.  Name the major bones of the body.
45.  Name the order of the planets in our solar system.
46.  Name 10 organs in the human body.
47.  Name 5 human body systems.
48.  List 10 omnivores.
49.  List 10 herbivores.
50.  List 10 carnivores.


Language Arts
Numbers 51-62
51.  Name 10 common nouns and 10 proper nouns.
52.  Name 15 adjectives.
53.  Name 15 adverbs.
54.  Name 15 prepositions.
55.  Name 20 verbs.
56.  Name 10 famous authors.
57.  Write a haiku poem on any subject.
58.  Write a cinquain poem on any subject.
59.  Give 2 examples each of alliteration, personification, simile, metaphor, and onomatopoeia.
60.  Count to 20 in Spanish.
61.  Count to 20 in French.
62.  Name 10 Shakespearean plays.

Mathematics
Numbers 63-67
63.  Write the Roman Numerals up to 100.
64.  Draw the lines of symmetry for the capital letters in the alphabet.
65.  Name the perfect squares up to 225.
66.  Compute the area of squares, circles, rectangles, and triangles.
67.  Name 5 famous Mathematicians.


Miscellaneous
Numbers 68-84
68.  Name the birthstones for each month.
69.  Name 20 types of Transportation.
70.  Name 15 breeds of Horses.
71.  Name 15 breeds of dogs.
72.  Name 12 winter or summer Olympic events.
73.  Name 10 major US corporations.
74.  Name 10 instruments in a marching band.
75.  Name 10 instruments in a symphony orchestra.
76.  Name 10 football teams and their cities.
77.  Name 10 basketball teams and their cities.
78.  Name 10 baseball teams and their cities.
79.  Name 10 hockey teams and their cities.
80.  Name 10 inventors and their inventions.
81.  Name the 5 Greek Gods and what they were the Gods of.
82.  Name 5 classical music composers.
83.  Name 10 famous artists.
84.  Name 10 different types of dances.

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