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Please check this page for assignments for the next two weeks while we are off.

Extra documents for home instruction are attached at the bottom of the page.

Hello Parents and Guardians,

 

Since each student in the district has been placed on Home Instruction due to COVID-19, I will be posting the instruction and instructional activities here for each day that school is not physically in session. I will also be online and available by email at rwolkowitz@mtps.org from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to answer any and all questions you may have.  Please reach out to me with any questions or concerns you have. Please send any building level questions to our principal.  We will all be here to support your children and our community during these difficult times.

Sincerely,

Rosalyn Wolkowitz

 

 

Dear Parents,

 

I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. I am going to try my best to keep these next two weeks as close to “normal” as I can with the assignments that I post. The activities assigned will be close to what we would have done in class so that we do not get too far behind. As Dr. Hibbs stated, I will be posting all assignments on the homepage of my Teacher page. All attachments for assignments can be found at the bottom of the page. 

 

Reading assignments will require students to read books/have you read books to them that you have at home. If you do not have books or have the time during the work day to read to your child, please use your child’s Raz Kids login to access books online. Many books are also available on Youtube for your child to listen to. 

 

Writing assignments can be done on any paper that you have at home. I also uploaded a copy of our writing paper to the webpage if you would like to print it out and use it. Children should complete writing independently. In school, our expectation is to draw a picture with labels and at least 2-3 sentences. Feel free to have your child write more if you know that they are able. We have been working on “adding more” to our writing/drawing recently.

 

Math assignments will be accessible on Pearson Envision online. Instructions to login to Pearson online is on the link on the bottom of my page. Please use your child’s Google username and password given in their Genesis account. We are going to be working on Topic 5: Classify and Count Data. This is a topic that was going to be covered in April, but it should be easy and simple for children to complete at home. On Pearson online, you should be able to access the lesson video (“Visual Learning”) and interactive workmat (“Interactive Student Edition”) for each lesson.

 

I am also going to include an “Extra Resources” page at the bottom of my Teacher page with additional ideas/activities for your child. Our online programs: Raz Kids, Reading Eggs, and ST Math are also open for use during this time. 

 

Please feel free to email me with any questions that may come up and I will try my best to get back to you in a timely manner. Thank you for your cooperation and support during this time at home. I hope everyone stays safe and I am looking forward to seeing your children again soon!

 

Yours truly,

Rosalyn Wolkowitz

 

 Home Instruction Assignments

 

Friday June 19, 2020

 

CONGRATULATIONS!!! You are officially a Kindergarten Graduate!

Your only assignment today is to finish your beautiful Kindergarten memory book and join our Virtual Kindergarten Graduation Zoom at 10:00 am! Can’t wait to see everyone there and celebrate together one last time. You can dress fancy if you would like to and bring a snack!

 

 

6/18

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Blue Group Zoom Meetings today**

*Please follow the schedule*

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our formal greeting! Say “Good Morning Mr./Mrs./Ms.____” and give them a handshake.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, June 18th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Father’s Day Activity

Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday!

Don’t forget to make your Dad a card, just like you made for your Mom. Here are some fun ideas:

Father’s Day Questionnaire

Father’s Day Ideas

Reading/

Writing

1. End of Year Memory Book - We have had a fantastic year together and now it is time to make a memory book to remember it all! Each day, we are going to complete 2 pages of our Memory Book. You can draw pictures to go on each page. I do have a printable version if you would like to use that OR create your own using printer paper or construction paper like our Star Student books. Whatever works for you! 

Today, we are going to work on the next 2 pages in our book:

  1. My Favorite School Memory - write about your favorite memory in school or during virtual learning! - some examples: Winter party, 100th day Celebration/Valentine’s Day, Read Across America, recess or activities with friends, Pumpkin Patch, Halloween, Choice Centers, Art, Zoom, Seesaw, etc.
  2. Best Books that we read this year - The Pigeon books, the crayon books, Dr. Seuss, Nonfiction books, etc. 

3.Optional: “3 Reasons School Rocked” page

*Feel free to upload pictures of your memory book to the Seesaw journal! 

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading group.

Math

1. Lesson 14-6: Problem Solving *Sign in using this instruction sheet

**This lesson requires you to use cubes to measure. If you have small blocks or legos at home, those would work. Paper clips also are a great measuring tool!**

Today please complete these 14-6 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Use small objects that you have at home to  measure larger objects in your house or outside. You can use paper clips, small blocks, legos, goldfish, cereal pieces, etc. Line them up to measure objects. I used goldfish to measure. This rattle is about 7 goldfish long:

3. Challenge Activity - Number Bubble Counting to 100 online game

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 3

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science: Chicken Life Cycle

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/17

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Red Group Zoom Meeting today**

*Please follow the schedule*

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using

our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, June 17th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Father’s Day Activity

Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday!

Don’t forget to make your Dad a card, just like you made for your Mom. Here are some fun ideas:

Father’s Day Questionnaire

Father’s Day Ideas

Reading/

Writing

1. End of Year Memory Book - We have had a fantastic year together and now it is time to make a memory book to remember it all! Each day, we are going to complete 2 pages of our Memory Book. You can draw pictures to go on each page. I do have a printable version if you would like to use that OR create your own using printer paper or construction paper like our Star Student books. Whatever works for you! 

Today, we are going to work on the next 2 pages in our book:

  1. Teacher pages - Mrs.Wolkowitz and any of  the special  teachers  in school you would want to draw! 
  2. Friends pages - Pick some of your friends that you made this year. Draw them and write their name!

*Feel free to upload pictures of your memory book to the Seesaw journal if you would like.

2. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided Reading group.

Math

1. Lesson 14-5: Describe Objects by Measurable Attributes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 14-5 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Pick 5 objects inside or outside your house. See if they have 4 attributes: Can you measure the length? Can you weigh the object? Can it be filled (does it have capacity)? Does it have color?

3. Challenge Activity - Base Ten Fun online game

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 3

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science: Chicken Life Cycle

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 



6/16

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Yellow Group Zoom Meetings today**

*Please follow the schedule*

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our high five greeting! Say “What’s up ____” and give them a high five.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, June 16th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading/

Writing

1. End of Year Memory Book - We have had a fantastic year together and now it is time to make a memory book to remember it all! Each day, we are going to complete 2 pages of our Memory Book.  You can  draw pictures to go on each page. I do have a printable version if you would like to use that OR create your own using printer paper or construction paper. 

Today, we are going to work on the cover and first 2 pages! 

  1. Design a cover for your book! You can write “My Kindergarten Memory Book” at the top and your name. You can also include the year 2019-2020
  2. Make a page about you! - How old are you? Draw a picture of yourself or use your school picture
  3. Make a page about our school - David C. Abbott Early Learning Center (ELC for short). What does it look like? 

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading  group.

Math

1. Lesson 14-4: Describe Objects by Attributes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 14-4 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Pick 5 objects inside or outside your house. See if they have 3 attributes: Can you measure the length? Can you weigh the object? Can it be filled (does it have capacity)?

3. Challenge Activity  Connect the Dots online game

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 3

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science: Chicken Life Cycle

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/15

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join Our Zoom Morning Meeting Today**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our scary voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a scary voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, June 15th, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Before Reading - What was your favorite book that we read this year? Why did you like it?

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “A Porcupine Named Fluffy”

  • Watch the story “A Porcupine Named Fluffy” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15  minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What was your favorite part of the book? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided Reading group.

Math

1. Lesson 14-3: Compare by Weight *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 14-3 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Go on a scavenger hunt to compare weights of objects in your house! Use a scale that you might have in your house OR hold both objects in your hands and decide which one is heavier and which is lighter. 

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 3

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science: Chicken Life Cycle

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

6/12

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for our Zoom Read Aloud Today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “Ball Greeting”! Pass the ball to someone and say “Good Morning ______”.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, June 12th, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Opinions - What is your opinion about bananas? Do you like them?

-I DO like bananas! Nicholas loves them too! They are so sweet and I love to have them with peanut butter.

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Share Your School Writing”

  • Watch the video of the instructor sharing her writing
  • Send me a picture or video of your school writing!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite thing to do in the summer? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading group.

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 14-2: Compare by Capacity *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 14-2 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Go on a scavenger hunt to find objects with capacity in your house or outside! See if you can compare their capacities and find which one can hold the most and which one can hold the least amount. Here is what I found:

3. Challenge Activity - Adventure Man and the Counting Quest online game - practice your skip counting skills!

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 2

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science Plans Week of 6/8

**Don’t forget to record your video for our class group video! Due by June 14th**

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/11

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Blue Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using

our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, June 11th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Opinions - What is your opinion about roller coasters? Do you like to go on roller coasters?

-I DO like to go on roller coasters! They are scary, but lots of fun. 

2. Begin School Writing (If you would like to post what you have so far to the “Journal” on Seesaw, you may do that. Not required.)

  • Yesterday you made a list about your favorite activities that we did in school! Today, you can pick one of those to write about.
  • Begin writing about your favorite activity. Make sure you write at least 2-3 reasons why that activity was your favorite. 
  • We will finish writing tomorrow and share!
  • Don’t forget these things when you’re writing:

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite thing to do in the summer? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading  group.

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 14-1: Compare by Length and Height *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 14-1 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Watch the video of the instructor talking about different types of measurement. Then complete the measuring activity.

3. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Compare the length and height of objects in your house and outside! See which objects are taller/shorter than others. You can even compare people! If you are outside, see if you can find sticks that are longer/shorter than others. 

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 2

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science Plans Week of 6/8

**Don’t forget to record your video for our class group video! Due by June 13th**

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/10

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Red Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “good morning” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed

animals!) using our Knock Knock Greeting! You say “Knock knock”, other

person says “Who’s there?”, you say “(first name)”, other person says “(first

name) who?”, you say “(first name, last name)”!

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, June 10th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Opinions - 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “School Writing Day 1”

  • Watch the video of the story and the instructor sharing her  list
  • Write your own list about your favorite activities we did this year. Make sure to include reasons too!

3. Optional - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite thing to do in the summer? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guiding Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guiding Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading  group.

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 13-7: Build 3D Shapes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 13-7 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Use 3D blocks that you have at home to build something! See if you can count how many of each shape that you used. Here is what I built:


3. Challenge Activity - Ducky Race Subtraction online game

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 2

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science Plans Week of 6/8

**Don’t forget to record your video for our class group video! Due by June 13th**

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/9

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

** Yellow Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our formal greeting! Say “Good Morning Mr./Mrs./Ms.____” and give them a handshake.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, June 9th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Before Reading - 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 2: Compare The Sun and The Moon”

  • Complete the Venn Diagram comparing The Moon and The Sun

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question:  What is something that you are wondering?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided Reading  group. 

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 13-5: Make 2D Shapes from Other 2D Shapes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 13-5 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Create your own picture using shapes that we learned! Feel free to use these printable ones: Pattern Block Template

Here are some pictures to create:

 

3. Challenge Activity - Base Ten Bingo online game

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 2

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science Plans Week of 6/8

**Don’t forget to record your video for our class group video! Due by June 13th**

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/8

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

** ZOOM MEETING TODAY at  10:30 **

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our scary voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a scary voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, June 8th, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Before Reading - What is one thing that you remember learning about “The Moon” from last week?

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 1: The Sun”

  • Watch the story “The Sun” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15  minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you are wondering?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs or Guided Reading  group.

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 13-4: Problem Solving *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 13-4 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Play “I Spy” with shapes in your house. Have someone be the “clue giver” and someone be the guesser. Give clues about an object in your house/outside (ex: it rolls, it can stack, it is a cube, etc.). The guesser needs to guess what it is. Then switch!

3. Challenge Activity - Comparing Number Values online game

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 2

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

                              Science Plans Week of 6/8

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

TODAY IS FIELD DAY! Enjoy your day having fun and playing outside! Happy Friday!

Virtual Field Day Slideshow Link

                                                                             

 

6/4

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Square Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our formal greeting! Say “Good Morning Mr./Mrs./Ms.____” and give them a handshake.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, June 4th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Opinions - Remember an “opinion” is how you feel about something. What is your opinion about juice? Do you like juice?

-I like some kinds of juice. Lemonade is my favorite!

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Share Your Pet Writing!”

  • Watch the video of the instructor sharing her pet writing with you
  • Pick a pet from your list to write about and share it with me!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Why? What season do you like the best? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or read a page in a book you can read.

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 13-3: Compare 2D and 3D Shapes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 13-3 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Challenge Activity - Practice your subtraction skills using Balloon Pop Subtraction Online Game

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 1

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

                                         Science Week of 6/2

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/3

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Red Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using

our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, June 3rd, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Opinions - Remember an “opinion” is how you feel about something. What is your opinion about vegetables? Do you like them?

-I like some vegetables like broccoli and green beans!

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Pet Writing Day 1”

  • Watch the video of the instructor reading a book about pets and sharing her  pet list
  • Make a list of animals that would make good pets and reasons why and share it with me!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Why? What season do you like the best? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided  Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or a page in a book you can read.

Math

**NOTE: We are skipping several lessons to condense the shapes unit**

1. Lesson 13-2: Analyze & Compare 3D Shapes*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 13-2 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Build some of your own 3D shapes at home using paper that you have. Here is a printable of some: 3D Shape Nets

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 1

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like:

Science Week of 6/2

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/2

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

*We will not have a zoom meeting today because I will be at school closing up my classroom.*

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our high five greeting! Say “What’s up ____” and give them a high five.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction - See if you can find an “index” in a Nonfiction book at home! The index helps you find where certain words are in a book. Here is one that I found:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 2: Text Features Match”

  • Watch the video to learn more about the Moon
  • Complete the matching activity

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you learned from your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or a page from a book you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 12-7: Describe the Position of Shapes in the Environment *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-7 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” OR “Practice” (printable version)

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Describe where shapes are in your house! Use the words: in front of, behind, next to, above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to. OR Draw your own Pete the Cat in all different positions!

Sci/SS

Science - Life Cycles Week 1

These activities are made to take 2 days, but feel free to use them how you would like: I did have you rewatch “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” on day 2 of the science lesson for this week to refresh your memory.  


                                     Science Week of 6/2  

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

6/1

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Yellow Group has a ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!*

MTPS Guidelines for Video Conferencing

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our silly voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a silly voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW June Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, June 1st, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Before Reading - Today we will read a book about the Moon. What is something that you already know about the moon? What is something that you are wondering about the moon?

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 1: The Moon”

  • Watch the story “The Moon” being read by Mrs. Shafer
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you learned from your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or read a page from a book you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 12-6: Describe Shapes in the Environment *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-6 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Go on a flat/solid shape scavenger hunt. See if you can find one of each of these shapes in your house or outside: circle, rectangle, square, triangle, cylinder, cube, sphere, and cone. Some may be very tricky to find!

3. Challenge Activity - See if you can find all of the ways to decompose the number 5. Write the equation for each way: 5 = __+__. There should be six ways to “break apart” the number 5. Here is a printable if you would like to use it.

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Listen to The Very Hungry Caterpillar 

While watching, have your child look/listen for the different changes/stages the caterpillar goes through. (egg, caterpillar, butterfly).

 

*They will be learning of the four stages of the butterfly as the week progresses.

Stage 1- Egg  Stage 2- Larva  Stage 3- Pupa or Chrysalis  Stage 4- Butterfly

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

5/29

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for a Zoom Read Aloud this morning!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “Ball Greeting”! Pass the ball to someone and say “Good Morning ______”.

-Here is a copy of our May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, May 29th, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Opinions - Do you remember what an opinion is? What is your opinion (what you think/feel about something) on oatmeal? Do you like it? Why/why not? 

-Here is my answer: I like oatmeal because it is a tasty breakfast.  I love to put cinnamon in it!

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Opinion Writing Day 2 - Share Your Writing”

  • Watch the video of the instructor sharing her  writing with you
  • Pick one of the animals from your list and write about why they would NOT make a good pet. Make sure to include reasons!
  • Share your writing with me using a picture or video

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Why? What season do you like the best? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work?

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or for guided reading read a page in a book  you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 12-5: Solid Shapes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-5 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity:  

Search for solid shapes around your house or outside! Draw pictures of them and label them. Here is a scavenger hunt printable to use:

Solid Shape Scavenger Hunt

Here are some solid shapes that I found:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Here are some fun animal cameras to watch “LIVE”:

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/28

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Blue Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “good morning” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed

animals!) using our Knock Knock Greeting! You say “Knock knock”, other

person says “Who’s there?”, you say “(first name)”, other person says “(first

name) who?”, you say “(first name, last name)”!

-Here is a copy of our May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, May 28th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Introduction to Opinions!  - In the instructor’s video today, she will tell you about opinions. What is your opinion (what you think/feel about something) on broccoli? Do you like it? Why/why not? 

-Here is my answer: I like broccoli because it is healthy. I like to eat it with cheese sauce!

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Opinion Writing Day 1”

  • Watch the video of the instructor teaching you about Opinion writing and sharing her list
  • Make a list of animals that would NOT make good pets and share it with me on seesaw.

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-OR write about some more opinions: What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Why? What season do you like the best? Why?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or for guided reading a page in a book you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 12-4: Hexagons *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-4 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity:  Find hexagons in your house or outside! Go on a scavenger hunt and send me what you find! OR because hexagons are so hard to find, try to draw your own hexagons using markers or sidewalk chalk.

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Here are some fun animal cameras to watch “LIVE”:

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/27

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Red Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our formal greeting! Say “Good Morning Mr./Mrs./Ms.____” and give them a handshake.

-Here is a copy of our May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, May 27th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books - See if you can find a “diagram” in one of your Nonfiction books. Here is one that I found:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 2: Draw Your Own Diagram”

  • Choose an object that you would like to draw a diagram of and send me a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • Are there photographs or illustrations in your book?
  • Is your book Fiction of Nonfiction?
  • Does your Nonfiction book have a diagram?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or for Guided Reading a  page in a book you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 12-3: Squares & Other Rectangles *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-3 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity “Rectangles and Squares” - Watch the video of the instructor  telling you about rectangles and squares and complete the sorting activity.

3. Challenge Activity - Practice your Math Facts using the Pearson Game Center. To get to the Fluency game, try this link. If that does not work, follow these steps: Login to your Pearson account, type “game center” in the search bar at the top, click on “Kindergarten”, scroll over and find the game “Fluency Games”, play!

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies - Memorial Day

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/26

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Yellow Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our scary voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a scary voice.

-Here is a copy of our May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, May 26th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books - We learned that Nonfiction books usually have photographs in them instead of illustrations. Can you find photographs in books that you have at home? 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 1: Airplane”

  • Read the story “Airplane” along with the instructor and learn about text features
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • Are there photographs or illustrations in your book?
  • Is your book Fiction of Nonfiction?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or a page in a book you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 12-2: Circles & Triangles *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-2 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” activity - Can you find circles and triangles in your house? Remember, they need to be flat! Here is what I found:


3. Challenge Activity - Practice your Math Facts using the Pearson Game Center. To get to the Fluency game, try this link. If that does not work, follow these steps: Login to your Pearson account, type “game center” in the search bar at the top, click on “Kindergarten”, scroll over and find the game “Fluency Games”, play!

4. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies - Memorial Day

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

                                                                                       

                                                   Enjoy your 3 Day Weekend!

 

5/22

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for a Zoom Read Aloud this morning!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “Ball Greeting”! Pass the ball to someone and say “Good Morning ______”.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, May 22nd, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poetry - What are some rhyming words that you know?

2. Complete Seesaw Activity -  “Share Your Food Poem” - Watch the instructor share a funny poem and then share a funny poem.

  • Respond to Activity - Add more to your Food poem from yesterday OR write another poem about a different food from your list. Share one of those with me by sending a picture or a video. I can’t wait to see what you wrote!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-You can also practice writing some poems about “Things I like to do” OR write more Food poems

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

Reading

I assigned 1 fun Read Aloud in Seesaw for whenever! This is optional. 

  • The Day the Crayons Quit

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading  email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or a page from a book you you can read.
  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading! Here are some great ideas.
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 12-1 2D and 3D Shapes *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 12-1 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “2D & 3D Shapes” - Watch the instructor share some 2D and 3D shapes with you and send me a picture/video of some of your own!

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

 Science Week of 5/11

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/21

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Blue Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “good morning” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed

animals!) using our Knock Knock Greeting! You say “Knock knock”, other

person says “Who’s there?”, you say “(first name)”, other person says “(first

name) who?”, you say “(first name, last name)”!

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, May 21st, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Visualizing

2. Watch Seesaw Video “Food Poetry Day 2” - Watch the video and read the poem “Yellow Butter” with the instructor.  See if you can spot some “color words”. 

  • Optional Response to this Seesaw activity - Add “color words” to your list of foods and start writing your poem about food!

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-You can also practice writing some poems about “Things I like to do”

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or for guided reading a page from a book you can read. 
  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading! Here are some great ideas.
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Introduction to Topic 12 

*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Please complete these Topic 12 Activities:

-Topic 12: Animated Story “Shape Hop”

-Interactive Student Edition: Begin Topic 12 No need to complete “Math & Science” or “Vocabulary Cards” Activity unless you would like to.

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - See if you can draw some of the shapes that you saw in the story:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Science Plans 5/18-5/22

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/20

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Triangle Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using

our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, May 20th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poetry - Think of a poem that you know - a nursery rhyme, a song, or just a poem that you know. Here is a fun one:

2. Watch Seesaw Video “Food Poetry Day 1” - Watch the video and read the poem “Crunch and Lick” with the instructor! See if you can spot some “describing words”. 

  • Respond to this Seesaw activity - Make your own list of foods that you might write a poem about with descriptive words and send me a picture! 

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-You can also practice writing some poems about “Things I like to do”

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/or for guided reading read a page in a book you can read.

Math

These activities are for 2 days, Tuesday & Wednesday this week

1. Topic 11 Assessment & End of Topic Activities (2 days to complete)

*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Between today and tomorrow please complete these Activities:

-Complete EITHER “Topic 11 Online Assessment” OR “Interactive Student Edition: Topic 11 Assessment”. No need to complete both.

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Building Numbers to 100”

  • Watch the video of the instructor reviewing building numbers
  • Use the place value blocks to build your own number

3. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Make your own place value blocks and practice building numbers! You can use pretzel sticks and cheerios or anything that you find around your house.

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

 Science Plans 5/18-5/22

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/19

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Yellow Group has their Zoom today!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our fist bump greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” and give them a fist bump.

-Here is a copy of our May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, May 19th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review the Baby Animal Books that we Read 

  • Baby Penguins
  • Baby Ducks
  • A Harbor Seal Pup Grows Up
  • A Tiger Cub Grows Up

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Reading Day 2: Choose Your Favorite”

  • Choose your favorite baby animal book that we read and write about it! You can also draw a picture to go with your writing!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you are wondering about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group/ Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or for guiding reading read a page from a book you can read.

Math

These activities are for 2 days, Tuesday & Wednesday this week

1. Topic 11 Assessment & End of Topic Activities (2 days to complete) 

*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Between today and tomorrow please complete these Activities:

-Complete EITHER “Topic 11 Online Assessment” OR “Interactive Student Edition: Topic 11 Assessment”. No need to complete both.

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Building Numbers to 100”

  • Watch the video of the instructor reviewing building numbers
  • Use the place value blocks to build your own number

3. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Make your own place value blocks and practice building numbers! You can use pretzel sticks and cheerios or anything that you find around your house.

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Science Plans 5/18-5/22

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/18

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our silly voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a silly voice.

-Here is a copy of our May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, May 18th, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books - Review the text features that we have found in Nonfiction books. See if you can find all of them in the books that you have at home!

  • Glossary
  • Table of Contents
  • Caption
  • Diagram

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “A Tiger Cub Grows Up”

  • Watch the story “A Tiger Cub Grows Up” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15  minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you are wondering about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work

Guided reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading  group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or tor guided reading a page in a book you can read.

Math

1. Optional - Lesson 11-7: Look for Structure*Sign in using this instruction sheet

**NOTE: This lesson is difficult and really more of a 1st grade skill. Please do not worry if it is confusing for your child. Try the best you can. Feel free to ignore the directions and count up by ones only.

Today please complete these 11-7 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

If you would like to, feel free to skip this lesson and do one of these activities instead:

2. Practice finding numbers on your chart

Here are some ideas:

  • Have someone else cover up numbers (with a counter, object, etc.) and you have to figure out what they are
  • Cut up a hundreds chart like a puzzle and see if you can put it back together
  • Put numbers in a hat, pick them out, say the number, then see if you can match it to the number on the chart

*Feel free to use this printable one or make your own! 

3. Hundreds Chart “Mystery Picture”

I found another fun printable “mystery picture” activity:

Mystery Picture #3 (also has a “challenge” option where your child has to fill in the missing numbers before they color)

Sci/SS

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Today is “Costume Day”! Wear your favorite costume or something as simple as a hat. Can’t wait!

MTPS Guidelines for Video Conferencing

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

Today is a “One Session Day” for students!

5/15

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for a Zoom Read Aloud this morning!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “Ball Greeting”! Pass the ball to someone and say “Good Morning ______”.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, May 15th, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poetry - 

2. Watch Seesaw Video “Animal Poetry Day 3 Part 1 - The Squirrel” - Today there are 2 Seesaw videos! First watch this one to read the poem “Fish” with the instructor and learn about movement words.

3. Watch Seesaw Video “Animal Poetry Day 2 Part 2 - Share Poems” - Then watch the “Share Poems” video where the instructor shows  you how to add more to your poem and share it!

  • Respond to Activity - Add more to your Animal poem from yesterday OR write another poem about a different animal from your list. Share one of those with me by sending a picture or a video. I can’t wait to see what you wrote! 

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-You can also practice writing some poems about “Things I like to do” OR write more Animal poems

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

Reading

I assigned 2 fun Read Alouds in Seesaw for whenever! These are optional. 

  • “The Pigeon Wants a Puppy”
  • “Puppies”

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/Guided reading read a page in a book you can read.
  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading! Here are some great ideas.
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

No Pearson Math today because of One Session Day

1. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Science Week of 5/11

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/14

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “good morning” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed

animals!) using a  Knock Knock Greeting! You say “Knock knock”, other

person says “Who’s there?”, you say “(first name)”, other person says “(first

name) who?”, you say “(first name, last name)”!

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, May 14th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poetry - See if you can remember from yesterday, “What is a descriptive word?”

2. Watch Seesaw Video “Animal Poetry Day 2 Part 1 - Fish” - Today there are 2 Seesaw videos! First watch this one to read the poem “Fish” with the instructor and learn about movement words.

3. Watch Seesaw Video “Animal Poetry Day 2 Part 2 - Animal Poem” - Then watch the “Animal Poem” video where the instructor shows you how to add movement words to your list and start writing your animal poem.

  • Add “movement words” to your list and then begin writing a poem about the animal you choose. If you would like, you can share with me what you have so far! You will finish writing your poem tomorrow.

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-You can also practice writing some poems about “Things I like to do”

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/Guided Reading read a page from a book you can read.
  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading! Here are some great ideas.
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 11-6: Count Using Patterns to 100 continued *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-6 Activities:

-1 Pearson Activity: “Reteach” OR “Enrichment” Page

2. Seesaw Activity - “Counting to 100”

3. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Here are some fun “mystery picture” coloring activities for the hundreds chart!

Mystery Picture #1

Mystery Picture #2 

*Feel free to use this printable one or make your own! 

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Science Week of 5/11

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/13

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using

our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, May 13th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poetry - See if you can remember 1 thing you learned about poetry last week!

2. Watch Seesaw Video “Animal Poetry Day 1 Part 1 - Mice” - Today there are 2 Seesaw videos! First watch this one to read the poem “Mice” with the instructor and learn about descriptive words

3. Watch Seesaw Video “Animal Poetry Day 1 Part 2 - Animal List” - Then watch the “Animal List” video where the instructor shows you how to make a list of animals to write about

  • Respond to this Seesaw activity - Make your own list of animals that you might write a poem about with descriptive words and send me a picture! 

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

-You can also practice writing some poems about “Things I like to do”

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided

 Reading

Please refer to SIPPs /Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs /Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/Guided Reading a page in a book you can read.

Math

1. Lesson 11-6: Count Using Patterns to 100*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-6 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Play “Race to 100”! Use 2 game pieces and start on 1. First player rolls the dice and moves that many spaces on the 100s chart. Then the second player goes and so on...The first player to get to 100 wins! 

*Feel free to use this printable one or make your own! 

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

 Science Week of 5/11

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/12

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our formal greeting! Say “Good Morning Mr./Mrs./Ms.____” and give them a handshake.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, May 12th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review “Sydney the Harbor Seal Pup”

  • Retell what you remember from the story yesterday

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “Comparing A Harbor Seal Pup Grows Up vs. Baby Ducks”

  • Finish reading “Sydney the Harbor Seal Pup”
  • Compare/contrast the stories using the Venn Diagram

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you are wondering about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/ guided reading a page in a book you can read. 

Math

1. Lesson 11-5: Counting Forward from Any Number to 100*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-5 Activities:

-Watch   Seesaw Video from Mrs. M

-Complete “Reteach” or “Enrichment”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - Use your 100s chart to practice counting up. Feel free to use this printable one or make your own! Then, have someone (or you!) write some numbers from the chart on small pieces of paper. Close your eyes, pick one out, and see if you can “count up” from that number! 

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Science: Plants Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Science Week of 5/11

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/11

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our scary voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a scary voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, May 11th, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books:

  • Find a photograph with a caption in a Nonfiction book that you have at home or online and take a picture! The caption tells more information about the photograph and tells what is happening in the photograph.  Here is one that I found:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - “A Harbor Seal Pup Grows Up”

  • Watch the story “A Harbor Seal Pup Grows Up” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question:

  • What is something that you are wondering about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or a page in a book you are reading.

Math

1. Lesson 11-5:Count Forward From Any Number to 100 Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-5 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” 

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

3. Optional Building Numbers Game - Critter Junction: This is a great game to play to practice building numbers with 10s and 1s

Sci/SS

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Have your rhyme ready to share. I can’t wait to see it!

MTPS Guidelines for Video Conferencing

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

5/8

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for a Zoom Read Aloud this morning!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “Ball Greeting”! Pass the ball to someone and say “Good Morning ______”.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, May, 8th, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poems and Visualizing

Yesterday, we read another poem about a Frog and drew what we visualized. Here is a chart to remind you about “visualizing”:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Poetry Day 3: “Chums”

  • Watch the video telling you about poetry and reading another poem together!
  • Draw a picture and write about what you visualize and send it to me!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

Another optional writing idea - Write your own poem about the “Seasons” or a “special place” that you like to go to: describe the sounds, smells, noises you hear, things you see, etc.

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group or guided reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story or a page in a book you can read for the guided reading group.

Additional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading! Here are some great ideas.
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 11-4: Count by 10s and 1s continued *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-4 Activities:

-1 Pearson Activity: “Reteach” OR “Enrichment” Page

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Place Value Basketball

3. Additional “hands-on” activity: Draw tens and ones blocks to show numbers on the hundreds chart. Pick any number you would like and draw it! You can use crayons, markers, sidewalk chalk (if you want to work outside!), paint, etc. I used markers to draw mine:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Mother’s Day Surprise

Since we are not in school, it is up to YOU to make something special for mom for Mother’s Day. See if someone else (besides Mom) in your family can help you! Here are some directions:

Mother’s Day Surprise (not for Mom’s eyes!)

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/7

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, May, 7th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Poetry

Yesterday, we learned about a different kind of writing called “poetry”. What is one thing that you remember about poetry? Here is a chart to help you remember:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Poetry Day 2: “The Frog on the Log”

  • Watch the video  telling you about poetry and reading a poem together!
  • Draw a picture of what you visualize and send it to me!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided

Reading

Please refer to SIPPs or guided reading email for  directions for your child’s SIPPs/Guided Reading group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/guiding reading: a page in a book you can read.

Additional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading! Here are some great ideas.
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 11-4: Count by 10s and 1s *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-4 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning” OR Seesaw Video from Mrs. M

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” activity: Find objects in your home to count in groups of 10 and some extra ones. I decided to count buttons:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Mother’s Day Surprise

Since we are not in school, it is up to YOU to make something special for mom for Mother’s Day. See if someone else (besides Mom) in your family can help you! Here are some directions:

Mother’s Day Surprise (not for Mom’s eyes!)

Reading - optional

1. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you are wondering about in your book?
  • You can even read more books about baby animals!

2. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/6

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, May, 6th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday.  Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….”

Writing

1. Introduction to Poetry!

We are going to be learning about a different type of writing today called “poetry”. You will hear more about it in the Seesaw video, but here is a chart to tell you some facts about poetry:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Poetry Day 1: “Wide Awake”

  • Watch the video telling you about poetry and reading a poem together!
  • Respond to the 2 questions. See if you can think of a poem that you know!

3. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word WorkGuided

Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/read a page to me  in a book you are reading.

Additional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 11-3: Counting by 10s to 100 continued *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-3 Activities:

-1 Pearson Activity: “Reteach” OR “Enrichment” Page

2. Complete 1 Seesaw Activity

I am assigning 2 Seesaw activities. Please choose ONE to complete:

  • “Count to 100 by 10s”
  • Challenge Activity - “Counting by 5s to 100”

2. Additional “hands-on” activity: Group objects in your home into groups of 10. Then count by 10s to see how many you have! I decided to count crayons:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Mother’s Day Surprise

Since we are not in school, it is up to YOU to make something special for mom for Mother’s Day. See if someone else (besides Mom) in your family can help you! Here are some directions:

Mother’s Day Surprise (not for Mom’s eyes!)

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

5/5

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our fist bump greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” and give them a fist bump.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, May, 5th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books:

Yesterday, we read about Baby Penguins. Today, we will read about Baby Ducks. Before we read, think about this question: “What is something that you wonder about Baby Ducks?”

2. Complete Seesaw Activity

  • Watch the story “Super Cute! Baby Ducks” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!
  • What do ducklings learn from their mother’s?
  • What is something that you are wondering (have questions about)?
  • What is something that was the same about this book and “Baby Penguins”?

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question:

  • What is something that you are wondering about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guiding Reding

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story/
  • Guided reading: record youself answering one of the questions you have to answer aboout the story.

Math

1. Lesson 11-3: Counting by 10s to 100 *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-3 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning”

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” activity: Count by 10s out loud to a family member, stuffed animal, someone on Facetime, or feel free to send me a video! Feel free to add movement too like in this video: Count by 10s

If you’re outside, you can make a “hopscotch” count by 10s with sidewalk chalk or numbers that you draw like this:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Mother’s Day Surprise

Since we are not in school, it is up to YOU to make something special for mom for Mother’s Day. See if someone else (besides Mom) in your family can help you! Here are some directions:

Mother’s Day Surprise (not for Mom’s eyes!)

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/4

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our silly voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a silly voice.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph.. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, May 4th, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books:

  • Find a Glossary in a book that you have at home or online and take a picture! The glossary lists words from the book that you might not know and tells you what each word means. Here is one that I found:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity

  • Watch the story “Baby Penguins” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!
  • What are facts that you learned about baby penguins?
  • What is something that you are wondering (have questions about)?

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you are wondering about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story.

Math

1. Lesson 11-2: Count Using Patterns to 50 continued *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-2 Activities:

-1 Pearson Activity: “Reteach” OR “Enrichment” Page

2. Practice Counting to 50 by 1s!

-Jack Hartman Counting to 50 & Move (includes an extra challenge to count backwards too!

-OR Count to someone you know/on Facetime/send me a video!

3. Optional Building Numbers Game - Critter Junction: This is a great game to play to practice building numbers with 10s and 1s

Sci/SS

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Have  1 or 2 objects ready to share that match the letters of your first and/or  last name!

MTPS Guidelines for Video Conferencing

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

5/1

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for a Zoom Read Aloud this morning!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “Ball Greeting”! Pass the ball to someone and say “Good Morning ______”.

-Here is a copy of our NEW May Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, May, 1st, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Finish Writing - Re-read your “food” writing from yesterday. Think about these questions: “What can I add to the picture?” “What can I add to the words?” 

-Add a second page to your “food” book to tell more about the food you chose. Then you can design the cover of your book. Don’t forget to put your name as the author!

-Make sure you use your best coloring for your pictures!

-Check for these:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Share Your Food Book: upload a picture/video of your writing to Seesaw. I can’t wait to read them!

3. Share Writing - On Fridays, we share our writing. If you can, have your child share their writing with you, a sibling, a pet, or a family member via Facetime, etc.! 

-Share your writing, share your picture, and then ask for “questions or comments” (this helps work on communication skills and complimenting others)

4. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

SIPPs/Word Work/Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

SIPPs Sound Video

SIPPs Word Blending Video

Additional/Optional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 11-2: Count Using Patterns to 50*Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-2 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning”

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition” 

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity: A fun activity that I like to do during this topic is called “Guess the Number”. Feel free to use these printable Hundred Charts or Make your own! Have your child cover their eyes while someone uses small objects to hide numbers on the hundreds chart. Have them open their eyes and figure out which numbers are missing! This would be great for older/younger siblings to help out with! Here is mine:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

 like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

 Social Studies Recycling Week 2

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

4/30

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our “Around the World” greeting! Say “Hello ____” in a different language.

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, April, 30th, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

*Since it is the last day of the month, we usually compare the number of weather days to see which had the most/least/same this month (if you are keeping track on a weather graph)!

Writing

1. Choose a Food! - Look at your list of foods that you brainstormed yesterday. Pick one that you think you can write the most about.

2. Examine your Food - If you have the food that you chose in your house, that’s great! If you do not, then see if you can find a picture of it online. Think about these questions as you “examine” your food:

  • What does your food look like?
  • What color is it?
  • What shape is it?
  • What does it feel like?
  • What does it taste like?
  • What does it smell like?
  • What else do you notice about your food?

2. Write - We are going to make our own Nonfiction book! I took two pages of writing paper and a blank piece of computer paper (my book cover) and stapled them on the side like a book. Then, write your first page! Make sure you write “facts” about your food! Tomorrow we will add more and design our book cover. 

Here is what I have so far (I am not finished yet):

 

*Since this is “Day 1” of writing this week, most students do not finish a complete writing and that is okay. Usually they are able to write/draw independently for 10-15 minutes, sometimes more. Tomorrow they will go back and add more to their writing.

-Check for these: Start sentences with uppercase (the rest are lowercase), finger spaces between words (we use popsicle sticks in school to remind us to leave spaces), punctuation at the end 

3. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word WorkGuided

Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

Additional/Optional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 11-1: Count Using Patterns to 30 *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 11-1 Activities:

*I felt the video on Pearson was a bit confusing, so I put another video on Seesaw. Watch it on Seesaw. No need to respond. 

-Optional: Watch “Visual Learning” (feel free to watch this and/or the video that is on on Seesaw)

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity - See if you can find 30 of something in your house (or outside!) and count them! I found 30 goldfish crackers:

 

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Montemarano Social Studies Recycling Week 2

Reading - optional

1. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you found interesting about your book?

2. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

4/29

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our pinky shake greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” and give them a pinky shake.

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, April, 29th, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Nonfiction

We have been reading Nonfiction books and learning about different types of transportation. This week, you are going to write your own Nonfiction book about a food that you know about!

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Vegetables

Watch the story being read and answer the questions using a recording or a picture of your answer written down

3. Make a list of foods that might want to write about. You can pick any food you would like, but make sure you know enough facts about that food to write a book about it!

-Tomorrow you will start writing your book!

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

SIPPs/Word Work/Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story

Additional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Introduction to Topic 11: Count Numbers to 100 *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these Introduction Activities:

-Watch “Animated Story: Busy, Busy Bee”

-”Interactive Student Edition” - please complete “Review What You Know” on the second page, optional - Math & Science, Vocabulary Cards

*I also assigned the printable PDF versions, no need to complete both!

2. Additional “hands-on” activity: Find someone to count to (a family member, a stuffed animal, someone on Facetime, or even send me a video) and see how high you can count! I challenge you to count to 100 if you can! 

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Montemarano Social Studies Recycling Week 2

Reading - optional

1. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question:

  • What is something that you found interesting about your book?

2. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

 

4/28

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our formal greeting! Say “Good Morning Mr./Mrs./Ms.____” and give them a handshake.

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Tuesday, April, 28th, 2020. Yesterday was Monday. Tomorrow will be Wednesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books:

  • Find a Diagram in a book that you have at home or online and take a picture! A diagram is a picture with labels. I found this one in Trains on the Go:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity

  • See if you can remember and retell “On the Go” and “Trains: On the Go”.
  • Compare/contrast them by completing the Venn Diagram (making text to text connections!)
  • What was something that was the same?
  • What was something that was different?

3. Independent reading (we are up to 15 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question:

  • What is something that you found interesting about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word WorkGuided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story

Math

1. Topic 10 Assessment & End of Topic Activities (2 days to complete) *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Between today and tomorrow please complete these Activities:

-Complete EITHER “Topic 10 Online Assessment” OR “Interactive Student Edition: Topic 10 Assessment”. No need to complete both.

-1 of these activities: “Fluency Practice Activity” OR “Reteaching”

2. Additional “hands-on” activity: Build the number 20 (not a teen number!)! Use your ten frames that you drew and see if you can figure out what the equation would be!

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Extra Challenge - Build numbers that are in the 20s using three ten frames! Here is what I built:

-Here are printable ten frames to use if you would like

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 2

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you

would like to throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Social Studies Recycling Week 2

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

4/27

Monday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our silly voice greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a silly voice.

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Monday, April, 27th, 2020. Yesterday was Sunday. Tomorrow will be Tuesday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Reading

1. Review Nonfiction books:

  • Find a Table of Contents in a book that you have at home or online and take a picture! The table of contents lets you know what information you will find in a book. I found this one:

2. Complete Seesaw Activity

  • Watch the story “Trains on the Go” being read
  • Respond to the question asked using a recording, video, or write down your answer and take a picture!
  • What is something interesting you learned about trains?
  • What is something that surprised you about trains?

3. Independent reading (we are up to 16 minutes in class!): Include some Non-fiction books too! See if you can answer this question: 

  • What is something that you found interesting about your book?

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

  • Optional Seesaw Activity - Record yourself reading a SIPPs story

Math

1. Topic 10 Assessment & End of Topic Activities (2 days to complete) *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Between today and tomorrow please complete these Activities:

-Complete EITHER “Topic 10 Online Assessment” OR “Interactive Student Edition: Topic 10 Assessment”. No need to complete both.

-1 of these activities: “Fluency Practice Activity” OR “Reteaching”

2. Additional “hands-on” activity: Build the number 20 (not a teen number!)! Use your ten frames that you drew and see if you can figure out what the equation would be!

Extra Challenge - Build numbers that are in the 20s using three ten frames! Here is what I built:

-Here are printable ten frames to use if you would like

Sci/SS

**JOIN OUR ZOOM MORNING MEETING TODAY!**

Have your writing ready to share! We will share 1 sentence and our picture!

MTPS Guidelines for Video Conferencing

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

                                                                                                         

4/24

Friday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

**Join us for a Zoom Read Aloud this morning!**

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using the “a high five” greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” while snapping your arms like an alligator. You can even say it in a scary/alligator voice!

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Friday, April, 24th, 2020. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow will be Saturday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Finish Writing - Re-read your writing from yesterday. Think about these questions: “What can I add to the picture?” “What can I add to the words?” 

-Add more to your writing (about 10-12 minutes): I usually have the children add at least 1 more sentence (a lot of them add more than that!) and make sure they use 3 star coloring for their picture

-Check for these: 

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Share Your Interview Writing: upload a picture/video of your writing to Seesaw. I can’t wait to read them!

3. Share Writing - On Fridays, we share our writing. If you can, have your child share their writing with you, a sibling, a pet, or a family member via Facetime, etc.! 

-Share your writing, share your picture, and then ask for “questions or comments” (this helps work on communication skills and complimenting others)

4. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reding

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

SIPPs Sound Video

SIPPs Word Blending Video

Additional/Optional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 10-7: Math Practices and Problem Solving *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 10-7 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning”

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity: Build a number. Then build the number that is 10 more! Check out mine below:

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you would like throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Social Studies Recycling Week 1

Optional: Here are also some fun coloring activities for Earth Day:

Earth Day Hat

Earth Day Coloring Pages

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

   

 

4/23

Thursday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our “Around the World” greeting! Say “Hello ____” in a different language.

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Thursday, April, 23rd, 2020. Yesterday was Wednesday. Tomorrow will be Friday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Brainstorm Questions - Yesterday you picked someone you would like to ask questions to (interview). Now you have to think of some questions that you would like to ask them. What do you want to know about them? 

-I decided to interview my grandson.

! Here are some questions that I decided to ask her:

  • What is your favorite color?
  • What is your favorite thing to do?
  • What do you like to do outside?
  • What is your favorite place to visit?

2. Write - Write about your person!

Here is what I have so far (I am not finished yet):

 -My grandson’s name is Owen.

 -His favorite color is blue. 

 -His favorite thing to do is play baseball.

*Since this is “Day 1” of writing this week, most students do not finish a complete writing and that is okay. Usually they are able to write/draw independently for 10-15 minutes, sometimes more. Tomorrow they will go back and add more to their writing. Illustrate. 

-Check for these: Start sentences with uppercase (the rest are lowercase), finger spaces between words (we use popsicle sticks in school to remind us to leave spaces), punctuation at the end 

3. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

SIPPs/Word Work/

Guided Reading

Please refer to SIPPs email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

SIPPs Sound Video

SIPPs Word Blending Video

Additional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 10-6: Find Parts of 17, 18, 19 continued *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 10-6 Activities:

-1 Pearson Activity: Reteach OR Enrichment page

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Ladybug Teen Numbers

Optional Seesaw Activity - Who Am I? Find the Missing Teen Numbers

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you would like throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Social Studies Recycling Week 1

Optional: Here are also some fun coloring activities for Earth Day:

Earth Day Hat

Earth Day Coloring Pages

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

HAPPY EARTH DAY

What will you do today to take care of our Earth?

I am going to make sure I recycle!

 

4/22

Wednesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar

Say “hello” to your family members (even your pet or stuffed animals!) using our whisper greeting! Say “Good Morning ____” in a whisper voice.

-Here is a copy of our Calendar & Weather Graph. Feel free to print out or complete on a separate piece of paper or just discuss! Usually we say the date together “Today is Wednesday, April, 22nd, 2020. Yesterday was Tuesday. Tomorrow will be Thursday”. “Today’s weather is….” 

Writing

1. Review Nonfiction

Nonfiction helps us learn about a topic that we are interested in. Today we will learn about a chef. Come up with a question that you would like to ask a chef!

-My question is: “What is your favorite thing to cook?”

-Write your question down or tell someone

2. Complete Seesaw Activity - Hooray for Chefs

Watch the story being read and answer the questions using a recording or a picture of your answer written down

3. Make a list of people you know that you would like to learn more about/ask questions to (interview). These can be people in your house or someone that you can call/Facetime with!

-Tomorrow you will get to interview this person!

4. Raz Kids or Smarty Ants for 10-15 minutes

5. Optional Activity - Journal Writing/Free Writing *Feel free to upload a picture to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw

-Topic Ideas

SIPPs/Word Work/Guided Reding

Please refer to SIPPs/Guided Reading email for slideshow and directions for your child’s SIPPs group.

SIPPs Sound Video

SIPPs Word Blending Video

Additional SIPPs Practice:

  • Pick 3-5 sight words that you think are the hardest for you and practice them using chalk writing, rainbow writing, marker writing, etc. Don’t forget to “Read, Spell, Read”. You can also search and find them in books that you are reading!
  • Read SIPPs stories that you have done before. See if you can find sight words in them! Remember to “read smoothly, not like a robot!”

Math

1. Lesson 10-6: Find Parts of 17, 18, 19  *Sign in using this instruction sheet

Today please complete these 10-6 Activities:

-Watch “Visual Learning”

-Complete “Solve & Share”

-Complete “Interactive Student Edition”

2. Additional “hands-on” Activity: Make your own tens and ones blocks by using objects in your house. I used a banana for the ten rod and goldfish for the ones cubes.

 *Feel free to upload this to the “Journal” tab on Seesaw if you would like (not required).

3. ST Math or IXL for 10-15 minutes

Sci/SS

Social Studies: Recycling Week 1

This activity is planned to take 2 days, but feel free to use it however you would like throughout the week. Follow the link below for directions:

Social Studies Recycling Week 1

Optional: Here are also some fun coloring activities for Earth Day:

Earth Day Hat

Earth Day Coloring Pages

Gym

Go to Ms. Mrazik’s Teacher Page

Music

Go to Mrs. K’s Teacher Page

Art

Go to Ms. Fix’s Teacher Page

 

 

4/21

Tuesday

Morning Meeting/

Calendar