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  • Phase 2 Distance Learning 

    Daily Expectations for Students

     

     

    · View and complete our classroom check-in on Seesaw.

    · Check this web page for our daily as

     

    signments.

    · Complete and submit assignments by email or on Seesaw. I ask    that all assignments be completed within the week they are           posted.

    · Abide by CB Online Meeting Guidelines, found here.

    Office Hours

    I will be available to parents and students each day by email. My official office hours are 10:00 – 10:30 and 2:00 – 2:30.

    Classroom Tools

    Our classroom will be using parent email and Seesaw as the primary mode of assigning and collecting work.

     

    June 4 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Reading

    Overview –The children will listen to a story read aloud. They will practice their retelling skills by identifying the characters, setting, and what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment –read aloud– see video on Seesaw - The children will listen to a How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends? by Jane Yolen & Mark Teague read aloud. Have your child tell you the characters and setting of the story. Have them practice retelling the story in their own words (beginning, middle, and end).

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write about being a friend.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment  – The children will write and illustrate a story about being a friend. The story should be a minimum of 2 -3 sentences.They can give examples of what a good friend does. They can write about a friend that they have.

    Things to Know – The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5).

    Flex Activities - 

    Community Helper/Career Presentation – Video your child presenting the career of their choice. All video presentations are due June 3. Don't forget to checkout the Student Presentations shared on Seesaw! 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Counting Practice – Math Fact Fluency Book- (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Chapter 9 Numbers to 100.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    June 3 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - See Seesaw Activity – Diagraph Word Sort

    Estimated time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Complete the sentence with the rhyming word.

     

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: June 3, 2020

    Overview: Comparing Numbers

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and uploaded on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will practice counting and comparing numbers.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional videos: Comparing Numbers Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent June 2.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent June 2.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Reading The Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale by Marcus Pfister

    Overview –The children will listen to a story read aloud. They will practice their retelling skills by identifying the characters, setting, and what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment –read aloud– see video on Seesaw - The children will listen to a The Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale by Marcus Pfister read aloud. Have your child tell you the new characters they have met in the story and if the setting has changed (from The Rainbow Fish and Rainbow Fish to the Rescue). Have them practice retelling the story in their own words (beginning, middle, and end).

    Writing - Overview – The Children will write an opinion piece and demonstrate their reading comprehension skills by stating which Rainbow fish book is their favorite, The Rainbow Fish, Rainbow Fish to the Rescue, Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write which Rainbow Fish story is their favorite. They will give 2 -3 reasons why.

    Things to Know – The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5).

    Flex Activities - 

    Community Helper/Career Presentation – Video your child presenting the career of their choice. All video presentations are due June 3. Don't forget to checkout the Student Presentations shared on Seesaw! 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Counting Practice – Math Fact Fluency Book- (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Chapter 9 Numbers to 100.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    June 2 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Reading The Rainbow Fish to the Rescue by Marcus Pfister

    Overview –The children will listen to a story read aloud. They will practice their retelling skills by identifying the characters, setting, and what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment –read aloud– see video on Seesaw - The children will listen to a The Rainbow Fish to the Rescue by Marcus Pfister read aloud. Have your child tell you the new characters they have met in the story and if the setting has changed (from The Rainbow Fish). Have them practice retelling the story in their own words (beginning, middle, and end).

    Writing - Overview – Parent Choice! Parents you have been the teacher working closely with your child. Choose the same writing activity as yesterday or one of the other options.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment Choices –

    • Free Write – for your child to continue practicing the kindergarten writing conventions (spacing between words, correct use of uppercase letters, end of sentence punctuation). Parents hold your child responsible for the spelling of the kindergarten sight words. The children will write a 3-4 sentence story of their choosing.
    • Kindergarten Sight words – practice reading and writing.
    • Handwriting Book – (in your child’s retrieval bag from school) practice letter formation, reading and writing words and sentences. Details on how this book is used in the classroom went home via email on May 25.

     

    Flex Activities - 

    Community Helper/Career Presentation – Video your child presenting the career of their choice. All video presentations are due June 3. Don't forget to checkout the Student Presentations shared on Seesaw! 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Counting Practice – Math Fact Fluency Book- (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Chapter 9 Numbers to 100.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

     

    June 1 Distance Learning Activities

    Check In Assignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes 

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: June 1, 2020

    Overview: Review Day: Counting Numbers 1 to 100

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and upload on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will practice counting to 100.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1. Complete the “Review Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the review practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    2. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Reading The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister

    Overview – The children will practice their retelling skills by identifying the characters, setting, and what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment –read aloud– see video on Seesaw - The children will listen to a The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister read aloud. Have your child tell you the characters and setting of the story. Have them practice retelling the story in their own words (beginning, middle, and end).

     

    Writing Overview – Parent Choice! Parents you have been the teacher working closely with your child. Choose the writing activity you feel your child needs the most practice with.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment Choices –

    • Free Write – for the child to continue practicing the kindergarten writing conventions (spacing between words, correct use of uppercase letters, end of sentence punctuation). Parents hold your child responsible for the spelling of the kindergarten sight words. The children will write a 3-4 sentence story of their choosing.
    • Kindergarten Sight Words – practice reading and writing.
    • Handwriting Book – (in your child’s retrieval bag from school) practice letter formation, reading and writing words and sentences. Details on how this book is used in the classroom went home via email on May 25.

    Flex Activities - 

    Community Helper/Career Presentation – Video your child presenting the career of their choice. All video presentations are due June 3. Don't forget to checkout the Student Presentations shared on Seesaw! 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Counting Practice – Math Fact Fluency Book- (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Chapter 9 Numbers to 100.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12) Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    May 29 Distance Learning Activities - Flexible Friday! 

    • Complete the Physical Education Activities - Uploaded on Seesaw
    • Work on the Flexible Activities (see below) 
    • See the Library Site for a read aloud this week from Mrs. Smith (https://www.cbsd.org/Page/601). If having difficulty with the above links they can be acessed from Mrs. Adelberger's Friday Activities email.  
    • Have a great weekend!

    Flex Activities - 

    Community Helper/Career Presentation – Video your child presenting the career of their choice. All video presentations are due June 3. Don't forget to checkout the Student Presentations shared on Seesaw! 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 28 Distance Learning Activities 

    Check In Assignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - See Seesaw Activity – Diagraph Word Sort

    Estimated time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Complete the sentence with the rhyming word.

    Social Studies – Community Helper/Career Research

    Overview – The Children will continue to explore different Community Helpers/Careers. 

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will choose the community helper or other career that they want to research. The children can learn about different community helpers or careers by watching the videos of the classmates. The videos are shared on Seesaw. 

    Writing/Research - Overview – The Children will demonstrate their reading comprehension skills by completing research on a community helper or career of their choice.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will answer the following questions for their research.                 

    4. What tools and uniform (if applicable) does your community helper/career use?                           

    5. How is your community helper/career important to the community?                             

    Things to Know – The children have completed all five research questions. These questions are the basis of the optional Community Helper/Career video Presentation.  

    Optional Career Video Presentation – See models of presentation on Seesaw – Mrs. Selvaggi Dental Hygienist and my Teacher presentations.

    Overview – The children will get to be the teacher. They will teach the class about a community helper/career of their choice.

    Assignment - The presentation will include the answers to the five questions completed this week:

    1. Name of career researching. Ex I am a ____.
    2. What does that person do?
    3. Where does that person work?
    4. What tools and uniform (if applicable) does the person use? – show examples, toy examples or pictures of tools and uniform.
    5. How is this career important to the community?

    Your child’s video will be shared with the class, unless requested not to. I ask that all videos be submitted prior to Wednesday, June 3.   

     

    Flex Activities - 

    Community Helper/Career Presentation – Video your child presenting the career of their choice. The 5 questions answered this week are the format for the video presentation. See details of the presentation above.

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 27 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

     

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 27, 2020

    Overview: Numbers 51 to 100

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and upload on Seesaw. 

    Explanation:  You will practice counting numbers 51 to 100

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video: Counting 51 to 100 Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 22.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 22.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Social Studies – Community Helper/Career Research

    Overview – The Children will demonstrate their reading comprehension skills by completing research on a community helper or career of their choice.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will choose the community helper or other career that they want to research. Use the books on Epic from Community Helper or Art/Sports collections. (It can be a career they previously read and/or wrote about). www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    Writing/Research - Overview – The Children will demonstrate their reading comprehension skills by completing research on a community helper or career of their choice.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will answer the following questions for their research.                 

    1. Name of career researching. Ex I am a ____.                         

    2. What does that person do?                            

    3. Where do they work?

    Things to Know – The children will complete the research questions tomorrow. This is preparing the optional Community Helper/Career Presentation.  

    Flex Activities

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    May 26 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Social Studies – Community/ Community Helpers Unit

    Overview – Community Unit – The children will learn what a community is. They will explore the different communities that they are a part of and different community helpers (careers) that support our communities.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Community Helpers – Introduce alternative careers – Arts/Sports collection assigned on Epic. The children may read a book/s form this collection or others from Community Helper Collection.

    The books are assigned on Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    Written Response - The children will write the name of the community helper/s, artist, or athlete they read about today and explain their job.

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write about what they want to be when they grow up.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – Seesaw Activity - The children will listen to When I Grow Up by Al Yankovic. Watch May 26 Writing video modeling the writing assignment for the day. After listening to story and video the children will write about what they want to be when they grow up and give 2 -3 reasons why.

    Model – See writing video on Seesaw for May 26 (referenced above).

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    May 22 Distance Learning Activities - Flexible Friday! 

    • Complete the Physical Education Activities - Uploaded on Seesaw
    • Work on the Flexible Activities (see below) 
    • See the Library Site for a read aloud this week from Mrs. Smith (https://www.cbsd.org/Page/601). If having difficulty with the above links they can be acessed from Mrs. Adelberger's Friday Activities email.  
    • Have a great weekend!

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Farm Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 21

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - See Seesaw Activity – Diagraph Word Sort

    Estimated time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Complete the sentence with the rhyming word.

    Social Studies – Community/Community Helper

    Overview – Community Unit – The children will learn what a community is. They will explore the different communities that they are a part of and different community helpers (careers) that support our communities.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – The children will choose other community helper/s to read about. The books are assigned on Epic under Community Library  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    While reading, have your child be able to state, in their own words, what the community helper does to support the community.

    Written Response - The children will write the name of the community helper/s they read about and explain their job.

    Model – I read about veterinarians and chefs today. A veterinarian is a doctor that takes care of animals. A chef is a cook who usually works at a restaurant.

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to complete a free write.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write a 3-4 sentence story of their choosing. They can write about whatever they would like.

    Things to Know – The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5).

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    May 20 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 20, 2020

    Overview: Numbers 21 to 50

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and upload on Seesaw. (Teachers please adjust the highlighted section to reflect how you choose to send the work.)

    Explanation:  You will practice counting numbers 21 to 50

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional videos: Counting numbers 21 to 50 (Choose to watch 1 video or both! 😊 Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 15.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 15.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

    Social Studies – Community/Community Helper

    Overview – Community Unit – The children will learn what a community is. They will explore the different communities that they are a part of and different community helpers (careers) that support the communities.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – The children will choose other community helper/s to read about. The books are assigned on Epic under Community Library  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    While reading, have your child be able to state, in their own words, what the community helper does to support the community.  

    Written Response - The children will write the name of the community helper/s they read about and explain their job.

    Model – I read about veterinarians and chefs today. A veterinarian is a doctor that takes care of animals. A chef is a cook who usually works at a restaurant.

    Writing - Overview – The Children will practice reading and writing the kindergarten sight words.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will read the 40 kindergarten sight words and select 10 -15 to practice writing.

    Things to Know – Make the writing fun. Practice on a whiteboard, write with crayons, markers, or pens. Write outside on the driveway, weather permitting.

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 19 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Social Studies – Community/Community Helper

    Overview – Community Unit – The children will learn what a community is. They will explore the different communities that they are a part of and different community helpers (careers) that support the communities.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – The children should read about the community helper/s of their interest. The books are assigned on Epic under Community Helper Library  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    While reading, have your child be able to state in their own words what the community helper does to support the community.  

    Written Response - The children will write the name of the community helper/s they read about today and explain their job.

    Model – I read about veterinarians and chefs today. A veterinarian is a doctor that takes care of animals. A chef is a cook who usually works at a restaurant.

    Writing/Math - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound, sight word recognition skills, and math skills to write a subtraction number story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write and illustrate a subtraction number story. The children will write the number model to match the story.

    Model – There are 7 doughnuts on a plate. Five friends come to visit. I give each friend a doughnut. There are 2 doughnuts left.                7-5=2

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 18 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 18, 2020

    Overview: Count on by 10s to 100

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and upload on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will practice counting on by 10s to 100

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video: Count on by 10s to 100 Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 15.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 15.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw


    Social Studies
    – Community/ Community Helpers Unit

    Overview – Community Unit – The children will learn what a community is. They will explore the different communities that they are a part of and different community helpers (careers) that support our communities.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Farms – Read Places in My Community, My Family Community, My School Community by Bobby Kalman. While reading your child should understand what a community is and identify the different communities that they are a part of.

    The books are assigned on Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    Writing  

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell in their own words what a community is and list the different communities that they belong to.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write in their own words what a community is. They will list 2 -3 communities that they are a part of. Illustration is optional.

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Community Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    May 15 Distance Learning Activities - Flexible Friday! 

    • Complete the Physical Education Activities - Uploaded on Seesaw
    • Work on the Flexible Activities (see below) 
    • See the Library Site for a read aloud this week from Mrs. Smith (https://www.cbsd.org/Page/601). If having difficulty with the above links they can be acessed from Mrs. Adelberger's Friday Activities email.  
    • Have a great weekend!

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Farm Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 14 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - See Seesaw Activity – Rhyming Sentences

    Estimated time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Complete the sentence with the rhyming word.

    Reading -

    Overview – The children will demonstrate their comprehension skills when listening to My Friend is Sad, by Mo Willems

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – After listening to My Friend is Sad the children will put pictures in order from beginning to end.

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write a story.

    Estimated Time – 30- 45 minutes

    Assignment – Watch Reading video on Seesaw to hear Rocket Writes a Story. The children can complete a free write.  

    Things to Know – The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5).

    Flex Activities - 

    Independent Read – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books of interest. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Farm Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 13 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

     Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 13, 2020

    Overview: Subtraction: Subtraction Sentences

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and upload on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will practice writing and solving subtraction sentences.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to review addition and learn about subtracting within 10. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 8.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 8.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math, Freckle, or teacher-selected method

    6. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Social Studies – Farm Unit

    Overview – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Seesaw Activity – watch the Farm Field Trip. Tell me (record on Seesaw) or write for me about your favorite part of the field trip.

    Reading -  

    Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to read Life on the Farm Book

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Assignment – Seesaw Activity – read Life on the Farm Book. The children will use the highlighter tool to locate sight words in the story. The children will read book aloud to parent or older sibling. Challenge activity – The parents will record their child reading the story and share on Seesaw.

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Farm Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 12 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Social Studies – Farm Unit

    Overview – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – read Farming by Gail Gibbons assigned on Epic www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    While reading, have your child begin to think if they would or would not want to live on a farm, be a farmer, and why.

     Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write whether they want to be a farmer and live on a farm or not.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write whether they want to be a farmer and live on a farm or not. They are challenged to provide 2 -3 reasons why. Drawing should be of a detailed farm.

    Things to Know – The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5).

    Flex Activities

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Farm Unit lesson.

    Math Fact Fluency Book – (went home in Distance Learning Grab Bag on March 12). Work on Chapter 8 Subtraction pages.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 11 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 11, 2020

    Overview: Subtraction: Fluently Within 10

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and upload on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will practice subtracting fluently within 10.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to review subtraction and learn about subtracting within 10. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 8.

     

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 8.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.


    Social Studies
    – Farms Unit

    Overview – Farm Unit – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Farms – Read Farmers by Kate Moening and Hooray for Farmers by Kurt Waldendorf. The books are assigned on Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    Writing  

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write facts about farmers.

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Assignment – Write 2 -3 facts learned about Farmers from reading Farmers and Hooray for Farmers. Illustration is optional.

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site are above in SS Farm Unit lesson.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

     

    Flex Activities - 

    Read Aloud - on Seesaw - from special guest reader Mrs. Selvaggi

    Mother’s Day Activity – (Optional Activity)  emailed on May 6 and posted on Seesaw for your child’s completion. This activity does not need to be submitted to anyone but Mom!

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site are above in the SS Farm Animal lesson.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 7 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - See Seesaw Activity – Rhyming -Write Words that Rhyme

    Estimated time – 10 minutes

    Social Studies – Farms Unit

    Overview – Farm Unit – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Farms – The children will choose another farm animal to read about. After reading they will decide which farm animal, they have learned about this week, is their favorite and tell why.  

    Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    List of the assigned books – Horses, Goats, Chickens, Cows, Pigs, & Sheep all by Julie Murray

    Farm Animals by Bobbie Kalman and 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall

    Writing Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write about their favorite farm animal.

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write about and draw their favorite farm animal. Their writing will include 2 – 3 reasons why the animal is their favorite.

    Things to Know –To assist with drawing farm animals see 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall.

    Flex Activities - 

    Mother’s Day Activity – (Optional Activity)  emailed on May 6 and posted on Seesaw for your child’s completion. This activity does not need to be submitted to anyone but Mom!

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site are above in the SS Farm Animal lesson.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 6 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

     

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 6, 2020

    Overview: Subtraction: Fluently Within 5

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email and post on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will practice subtracting fluently within 5.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to review addition and learn about subtracting within 5. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May1.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May1.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Social Studies – Farms Unit

    Overview – Farm Unit – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Farms – Chose another farm animal to read about from the books assigned on Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    List of the assigned books – Horses, Goats, Chickens, Cows, Pigs, & Sheep all by Julie Murray

    Farm Animals by Bobbie Kalman and 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall

     

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write facts about farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Assignment – Answer the following questions about the farm animal you chose to read about today. Please draw a picture of the farm animal.

    • What is the name of the farm animal?
    • What are the girls, boys, and babies called?
    • What do they eat?
    • What products do they give us?
    • Optional – any other fact you would like to share.

    Things to Know – The children are practicing writing non-fiction facts. To assist with drawing farm animals see 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall.

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 24

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    May 5 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Social Studies – Farms Unit

    Overview – Farm Unit – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Farms –Chose another farm animal to read about from the books assigned on Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    List of the assigned books – Horses, Goats, Chickens, Cows, Pigs, & Sheep all by Julie Murray

    Farm Animals by Bobbie Kalman and 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write facts about farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Assignment – Answer the following questions about the farm animal you chose to read about today. Please draw a picture of the farm animal.

    • What is the name of the farm animal?
    • What are the girls, boys, and babies called?
    • What do they eat?
    • What products do they give us?
    • Optional – any other fact you would like to share.

    Things to Know – The children are practicing writing non-fiction facts. To assist with drawing farm animals see 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall.

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 24

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 4 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: May 4, 2020

    Overview: Subtraction

     Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email or Seesaw. 

    Explanation:  You will learn about subtraction and exploring “take from and take apart” strategies.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to learn about “take from and take apart” strategies when subtracting.

    Watch a video to learn about the minus sign.  Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May 1.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent May1.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math, Freckle, or teacher-selected method

    6. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

    Social Studies – Farms Unit

    Overview – Farm Unit – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Farms – read about any farm animal from books assigned on Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms

    • To locate assigned books – click on your child’s name – click on the Mailbox Tab (in upper right corner)
    • Families who have their child on another Epic account may continue to work from that account.

    List of the assigned books – Horses, Goats, Chickens, Cows, Pigs, & Sheep all by Julie Murray

    Farm Animals by Bobbie Kalman and 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write facts about farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Assignment – Answer the following questions about the farm animal you chose to read about today. Please draw a picture of the farm animal.

    • What is the name of the farm animal?
    • What are the girls, boys, and babies called?
    • What do they eat?
    • What products do they give us?
    • Optional – any other fact you would like to share.

    Things to Know – The children are practicing writing non-fiction facts. To assist with drawing farm animals see 5 Shapes in Drawing Farm Animals by Pamela Hall.

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site appear in Social Studies Lesson above. 

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    May 1 Distance Learning Activities - Flexible Friday! 

    • Complete the Physical Education Activities 
    • Work on the Flexible Activities (see below) 
    • See the Library Site for a read aloud from Mrs. Smith (see schedule above for link to the Library site). 
    • Have a great weekend!!

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 30

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities. 

    Social Studies – Farm Unit

    Overview – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – read the following books assigned on Epic www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    Tools on a Farm by Teddy Borth and Farm Machinery by David West – these books may be read aloud by a parent or older sibling. While reading have your child state facts learned in the book.

    Written Response – Please have your child write about 2 or 3 different farm tools/machines they learned about from the books read on Epic.

    Writing/Math - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills along with their math skills to write an addition number story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write an addition number story with an illustration and number sentence to match.

    Model – There are three squirrels on the ground. Two squirrels come to join them. There are 5 squirrels in all.  3 + 2 = 5

    Things to Know – The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5).

     

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 29 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: April 29, 2020

    Overview: Subtraction

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email or Seesaw. (Teachers please adjust the highlighted section to reflect how you choose to send the work.)

    Explanation:  You will learn about subtraction and make subtraction stories.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to learn about subtraction and subtraction stories. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 24.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 24.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.


    Social Studies – Farm Unit

    Overview – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – read the following books assigned on Epic www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557

    At The Farm by Czeena Devera and At The Crop Farm by George Pendergast– the books may be read aloud by a parent or older sibling. While reading have your child state facts learned in the book.

    Writing -  Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write 2 -3 facts learned about farms from their reading of farm books in Social Studies Lesson.

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – DL writing pages or any paper you have at home (lined or plain).

    Assignment – Write 2 -3 facts learned about Farms from reading At the Farm and At The Crops Farm. Illustrations are optional.

    Things to Know – The children wrote facts from books read aloud in the My Body Unit. A review of reading a non-fiction book that will teach us about a topic may be required. 

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    April 28 Distance Learning Activities – Professional Development Day – No School for Children

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 24

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes


    April 27 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 10 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: April 27, 2020

    Overview: Addition Sentences

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email or Seesaw. (Teachers please adjust the highlighted section to reflect how you choose to send the work.)

    Explanation:  You will learn how to add and write addition sentences.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

     Watch the instructional videos to learn about making addition sentences. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 17.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages.Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 17.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

    Social Studies – Farms Unit

    Overview – Introduction to the Farm Unit – The children will explore the different types of farms, farm machinery, and farm animals.

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – Seesaw ‘All About Farm Activity’ – listen to Farming Book – the children will identify one fact they already know about Farms and one fact they would like to learn about Farms. The facts can be completed on the Seesaw page or by paper pencil and uploaded on Seesaw or emailed.

    Writing  

    If you have not completed your Retelling Book:

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell their favorite book (see Reading Lesson).

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – 6 pages of any paper you have around the house. It can be lined, blank printer paper, white or light color construction paper.

    Assignment – This week we will create a retelling book: (See Seesaw post for my model of a retelling book).

    • On a new page please write End on the top of the paper. Fold the paper in half (top to bottom). Your child should draw what happens at the End of the story.
    • On the bottom half, your child will write what happens at the end of the story. Challenge, can your child answer in a complete sentence? (At the end of the story ___. )

    Things to Know – This week we will create a page to our retelling book each day. Monday Title & Character page Tuesday Setting page – Wednesday Beginning page – Thursday Middle page – Friday/Monday April 27 – Ending page.

    If Retelling Book is completed.

    Reading/Writing

    Overview – Review the Kindergarten Sight words. Practice reading each word. Identify the words still working on.

    Estimated Amount of Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – Practice writing sight words. Review words you have mastered. Add 5 words you are still working on. You may practice writing words using pencil, pens, markers, whiteboards, chalk on sidewalk, etc..

    Flex Activities - 

    Farms – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – explore books about farms. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 24

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    April 24 Distance Learning Activities - Flexible Friday! 

    • Visit Mr. Rodgers Site for Physical Education Activities (see link on above schedule). 
    • Complete any assignment from the week.
    • Work on the Flexible Activities (see below). 
    • See the Library Site for a read aloud from Mrs. Smith (see schedule above for link to the Library site). 
    • Have a great weekend!!

    Optional Friday Activity April 24/27

    Parents your child may complete the ending of their retelling at the pace that works for best them. They can complete it on Thursday with the Middle page, on Friday, or Monday April 27.

    Reading – This week the children are creating a retelling book (writing lessons this week). Today please have your child reread the book they selected and identify what happens at the End of the story. See my Seesaw post to view a model. See Writing Lesson for details.   

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell their favorite book (see Reading Lesson).

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – 6 pages of any paper you have around the house. It can be lined, blank printer paper, white or light color construction paper.

    Assignment – This week we will create a retelling book: (See Seesaw post for my model of a retelling book).

    • On a new page please write End on the top of the paper. Fold the paper in half (top to bottom). Your child should draw what happens at the End of the story.
    • On the bottom half, your child will write what happens at the end of the story. Challenge, can your child answer in a complete sentence? (At the end of the story ___. )

    Things to Know – This week we will create a page to our retelling book each day. Monday Title & Character page Tuesday Setting page – Wednesday Beginning page – Thursday Middle page – Friday/Monday April 27 – Ending page.

    Flex Activities - 

    Earth Day – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – for assigned books. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    April 23 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities. 

    Reading – This week the children are creating a retelling book (writing lessons this week). Today please have your child reread the book they selected and identify what happens in the Middle of the story. See my Seesaw post to view a model. See Writing Lesson for details.   

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell their favorite book (see Reading Lesson).

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – 6 pages of any paper you have around the house. It can be lined, blank printer paper, white or light color construction paper.

    Assignment – This week we will create a retelling book: (See Seesaw post for my model of a retelling book).

    • On a new page please write Middle on the top of the paper. Fold the paper in half (top to bottom). Your child should draw what happens in the Middle of the story.
    • On the bottom half, your child will write what happens in the middle of the story. Challenge, can your child answer in a complete sentence? (In the Middle of the story ___. )

    Things to Know – This week we will create a page to our retelling book each day. Monday Title & Character page Tuesday Setting page – Yesterday Beginning page – Today Middle page – Friday/Monday April 27 – Ending page. You are welcome to complete this activity at the pace that works best for your child.

    Flex Activities - 

    Earth Day – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – for assigned books. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 22 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed 

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities. 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: April 22, 2020

    Overview: Adding Fluently Within 10

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email or Seesaw. (Teachers please adjust the highlighted section to reflect how you choose to send the work.)

    Explanation:  You will learn how to add Fluently Within 10.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to learn about adding numbers within 10 by using a ten frame and the “counting on” strategy. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 17.

    3. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 17.

    4. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

       

    5. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

    Reading – This week the children are creating a retelling book (writing lessons this week). Today please have your child reread the book they selected and identify what happens at the Beginning of the story. See my Seesaw post to view a model. See Writing Lesson for details.   

    Writing - 

    Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell their favorite book (see Reading Lesson).

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – 6 pages of any paper you have around the house. It can be lined, blank printer paper, white or light color construction paper.

    Assignment – This week we will create a retelling book: (See Seesaw post for my model of a retelling book).

    • On a new page please write Beginning on the top of the paper. Fold the paper in half (top to bottom). Your child should draw what happens in the Beginning of the story.
    • On the bottom half, your child will write what happens in the beginning of the story. Challenge, can your child answer in a complete sentence? (In the Beginning of the story ___. )

    Things to Know – This week we will create a page to our retelling book each day. Monday Title & Character page Yesterday Setting page – Today Beginning page – Thursday Middle page – Friday/Monday April 27 – Ending page. You are welcome to complete this activity at the pace that works best for your child.

    Flex Activities - 

    Earth Day – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – for assigned books. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 21 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practicing word of the day and counting the number of days of school.

    Materials Needed – paper and pencil - Please click like when completed.

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed  

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities.  

     

    Reading – This week the children are creating a retelling book (writing lesson this week). Today please have your child reread the book they selected and identify the Setting/s in the story. See my Seesaw post to view a model. See Writing Lesson for details.   

    Writing - Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell their favorite book (see Reading Lesson).

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – 6 pages of any paper you have around the house. It can be lined, blank printer paper, white or light color construction paper.

    Assignment – This week we will create a retelling book: (See Seesaw post for my model of a retelling book).

    • On a new page please write Setting on the top of the paper. Fold the paper in half (top to bottom). Your child should draw all the Settings in the book on the top half of the paper. Parents please remind your child that a setting is a place. They should not draw characters in their picture (they drew the characters yesterday). Help them think how I can a draw a place?
    • On the bottom half, your child will write the Settings they drew. Challenge, can your child answer in a complete sentence? (The story takes place or The setting of the story is___.)

    Things to Know – This week we will create a page to our retelling book each day. Yesterday Title & Character page Today Setting page – Tomorrow Beginning page – Thursday Middle page – Friday/Monday April 27 – Ending page. You are welcome to complete this activity at the pace that works best for your child.

    Flex Activities - 

    Earth Day – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – for assigned books. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 20 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed  

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities.  

    Phonics - See Seesaw Read the CVC Words activity 

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: April 20, 2020

    Overview: Adding Fluently Within 5

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email or Seesaw. (Teachers please adjust the highlighted section to reflect how you choose to send the work.)

    Explanation:  You will learn how to add Fluently Within 5.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2. Lesson Introduction:

     Watch the Seesaw instructional video about the addition symbol (+) and the equal sign (=).Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 19.

    3.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video to learn about adding fluently within 5. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 17.

    4. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 17.

    5. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    6. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Reading - This week the children will identify the Character/s, Setting/s, Beginning, Middle, and End of a book of their choice. 

    • Have your child select their favorite book.
    • Have your child reread the story, write the title of their book, and identify the characters in the story. See my Seesaw post to view a model. See Writing Lesson for details.

    Writing   

    Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to retell their favorite book (see Reading Lesson).

    Estimated Time – 30 – 45 minutes

    Materials – 6 pages of any paper you have around the house. It can be lined, printer paper, white or light color construction paper.

    Assignment – This week we will create a retelling book: (See Seesaw post for my model of a retelling book).

    • Have your child write the title of the book and retold by their name on a title page.
    • On another page please write Characters on the top of the paper. Fold the paper in half (top to bottom). Your child should draw all the characters in the book on the top half of the paper.
    • On the bottom half, your child will write the characters they drew. Challenge, can your child answer in a complete sentence? (The characters are ____.)

    Things to Know – This week we will create a page to our retelling book each day. Tomorrow Setting page – Wednesday Beginning page – Thursday Middle page – Friday/Monday April 27 – Ending page. You are welcome to complete this activity at the pace that works best for your child.

    Flex Activities - 

    Earth Day – see Epic  www.getepic.com/students  Class Code - upx6557 – for assigned books. Detailed directions to site were sent via email April 17

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 17 Distance Learning Activities - Flexible Friday! 

    • Complete any assignment from the week.
    • Work on the Flexible Activities 
    • See the Library Site for a read aloud from Mrs. Smith (see schedule above for link to the Library site). 
    • Have a great weekend!!

    April 16 Distance Learning Activities

    Afternoon Class Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed. 

    Morning Class Check InClass Meeting at 1:30 – see invite sent via email April 8. Please have your child prepared to share a story they have written.

    Phonics  - Ending Sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – Seesaw ending sounds activity

    Science 

    Overview – The children were in the middle of our My Body Unit. The last lessons for completion are on the Digestive System.

    Estimated time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – See Seesaw Intestines Science assignment - The children will watch a Youtube video about the Digestive System. While watching, they are to identify the important fact about the intestines (The intestines take the nutrients (good parts) out of our food.) and complete the scrambled sentence activity. Scrambled sentence paper/pencil versions were sent April 13

    Writing

    Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write a story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write a story answering this writing prompt. We are spending a lot of time at home, so if you could have anything you would want in your backyard what would it be?

    Model – I wish the beach and ocean were in my backyard. I think it would be great to wakeup each day and see the ocean from my house. I would take long walks on the beach. I would read on the beach. Maybe even have dinner on the beach. 

    Things to Know –The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5). 

    Flex Activities - 

    Science – the children can complete the easy quiz at the end of BrainpopJr video on Digestive System.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Brainpopjr – other videos that supplement My Body Unit (Muscles, Exercise, & Colds and Flu). Use username and password emailed April 13.

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    April 15 Distance Learning Activities

    Morning Class Check In – Assignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practicing word of the day and counting the number of days of school.

    Materials Needed – paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.  

    Afternoon Class Check In – Class Meeting at 10:30 – see invite sent via email April 8. Please have your child prepared to share a story they have written.

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: April 15, 2020

    Overview: Addition by “Putting Together”

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will send these sheets through email on April 13 and upload to Seesaw. (Teachers please adjust the highlighted section to reflect how you choose to send the work.)

    Explanation:  You will use the addition strategy, “Putting Together” to help you learn how to add two numbers.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2. Lesson Introduction:

     Watch the Seesaw instructional video about using the addition strategy of “Putting Together” to add numbers. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 13.

    3.  Learn:

     

    Watch the instructional video about addition by using the addition strategy, “Putting together.” Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 13.

     

    4. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Seesaw video links may not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 13.

    5. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    6.  Complete fact practice

    Xtra Math, Freckle, or teacher-selected method

    7. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Writing  

    Overview – Introduction of new Kid Writing Icon - The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write a story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – Use Kid Writing Icon page (sent in email April 4) Locate the “Share of their” – See Video on Seesaw

    The Students are – challenged to use ‘their’ in their writing today.

    Model – Elizabeth and her brother will have a puppy. Their puppy’s name is Ollie. I wonder if Ollie listens. If he does, I will send Finn over for them to train him.  

    Things to Know –The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5). 

    Flex Activities - 

    Science – the children can complete the easy quiz at the end of BrainpopJr video on Digestive System.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Brainpopjr – other videos that supplement My Body Unit (Muscles, Exercise, & Colds and Flu). Use username and password emailed April 13.

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 14 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignment – See Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.   

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed  

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities.  

     

    Science  

    Overview – The children were in nearing the end of our My Body Unit. The last lessons for completion are on the Digestive System.

    Estimated time – 20 minutes

    Assignment – See Seesaw Science Stomach assignment - The children will watch a video about the Digestive System on BrainpopJr. While watching, they are to identify the important fact about the stomach (The stomach mixes and mashes food.) and complete the scrambled sentence activity. Scrambled sentence paper/pencil versions were sent April 13. 

    Writing

    Overview – The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write a story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – The children will write about what they did over the extended 5-day weekend.  

    Model – I had a virtual Easter dinner with my sister and brother. We Facetimed. It was not like being together, but it was great to see them. I am looking forward to seeing them in person soon!

    Things to Know –The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5). 

    Flex Activities - 

    Science – the children can complete the easy quiz at the end of BrainpopJr video on Digestive System.

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Brainpopjr – other videos that supplement My Body Unit (Muscles, Exercise, & Colds and Flu). Use username and password emailed April 13.

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

    April 8 Distance Learning Activities

    Check InAssignmentSee Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practicing word of the day and counting the number of days of school.

    Materials Needed – paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.  

     

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed  

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities.  

     

    Math - District Lesson - Math Activities Packet

    Grade K: April 8, 2020

    Overview: Addition Stories

    Things to know:

    1. Sit with mom, dad, grandparent or guardian, or your brother or sister to practice the activities for the day.
    2. If you do not have the supplied worksheets or access to any of the worksheets, it is fine to create your own based off the supplied worksheets.
    3. More specific directions are provided on each sheet/activity that goes along with these lessons. I will sent these sheets through email and posted on Seesaw.

    Explanation:  You will use addition stories to help you learn how to add two numbers.

    Tasks

    Resources

    1.  Calendar Math: Complete today’s calendar activities.

    Document: Calendar Activities

    2. Lesson Introduction:

     Watch the instructional video about addition stories. Seesaw video links will work on laptops. Seesaw video links will not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 4.

    3.  Learn:

    Watch the instructional video about addition stories. Seesaw video links will work on laptops. Seesaw video links will not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 4.

     

    4. Try: Complete the “Try” Activity

    Watch a video for guidance and additional support while you complete the “Try” pages provided or use it to check your work after completing the “Try” pages. Once again, Seesaw video links will work on laptops. Seesaw video links will not work on iPads. If using an iPad you can view video links from email version of Math activities sent April 4.

     

    5. Complete the “Independent Practice” and turn it into your teacher

    Complete the independent practice problems independently provided for the lesson. You will turn these into me, and I will check your understanding. If something is not done correctly, I will ask you to complete the problems that are incorrect again to show you understand the concept.

    6. How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    For paper pencil completion please email picture of completed pages or upload on Seesaw.  Activities are also available for completion on Seesaw.

     

    Writing  

    Overview – Introduction of new Kid Writing Icon - The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write a story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – Use Kid Writing Icon page (sent in email April 4) Locate the “Bear of there” – See Writing Video on Seesaw

    The Students are – challenged to use ‘there’ in their writing today.

    Model – Finn was running after a ball that was thrown over there. He caught the ball and was very excited. He ran by me but would not give up the ball. Oh Finn!

    Things to Know –The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5). 

    Flex Activities - 

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes

     

    April 7 Distance Learning Activities

    Check In AssignmentSee Seesaw Check In video -Your child will read aloud daily message, practice reading and writing word of the day and number of days of school.

    Materials Needed– paper and pencil

    Please click like video when completed.  

     

    Phonics  - in class we call these Word Games
    Overview – 
    rhyming words – initial sounds – blending sounds – final sounds

    Estimated Time – 20 minutes

    Assignment  – see Seesaw Phonics video  –  The children will respond verbally  – click like when completed  

    Things to Know –The children are familiar with these activities.  

     

    Reading

    Overview – The children will listen to story read aloud practicing prediction and retelling skills.

    Estimated time – 10 minutes

    Assignment – as the story is read aloud have your child make a prediction (guess) as to what the stick may be. When the story is completed have your child tell you 3 -4 objects that the stick became in the story. (fishing pole, artist’s paint brush, barbell, horse’s crop, sword, drum leader’s baton). – click like when completed.

    Writing

    Overview – Written Response to Not A Stick The Children will use their letter sound and sight word recognition skills to write a story.

    Estimated Time – 30 minutes

    Assignment – view Seesaw Writing video - have your child brainstorm ideas that their "not a stick" could be. 

    The Students will – write a story about what their “not a stick” would be.  

    Model – My not a sick is a magic walking staff. When I take my staff out on a walk it helps me walk super fast! The other day I walked to the beach. I had fun walking on the beach and came home by dinner.

    Things to Know –The children are challenged to write 2 -3 sentence stories. We use who, what, where, when, & why question words to help expand the writing. The illustrations should be detailed and use several colors (minimum of 5). 

    Flex Activities - 

    Reading – Please read to and with your children each day for 20 – 30 minutes. Reading for fun as well as discussion. Have your child identify the characters, setting and practice retelling the story in their own words

    Kutz Flipgrid activities – see Mrs. Adelberger’s email (estimated time: 10- minutes)

    Letter Work – Continue Red Homework Book activities (estimated time 10-20 minutes