• Reading

    Day 5

    Date

     March 24, 2020

    Overview

    Students are determining what background knowledge they have about historical fiction. 

    Estimated Time

     40 minutes

    Explanation of Activity/ Assignment

    Students will complete Day 4 Activities for Historical Fiction Book: Glory Be.  Identify elements of this genre and build background knowledge to support reading and comprehension of text.

    Quick things to know

    Historical fiction is written about real events and details in history but that the author has written it in a fictional way.

    Historical fiction has 3 main parts: setting, characters, events.

    The difference between the Fiction and Historical Fiction is that Historical Fiction is based on a historical event or place.

    Task

    Begin by clicking on the cover of the book Glory Be to listen to the preview of the novel.

    Read chapters 5 and 6

    After reading the 2 chapters complete the comprehension questions on Seesaw.

    Link

    Epic listen to chapters 5 and 6

    Glory Be power point Click here

    Seesaw to answer comprehension question

    Math

     Day 5

    Date

     March 24, 2020

    Overview

     

    Multiples and Factors, Prime and Composite Numbers

    Estimated Time

     

    Approximately 30 minutes

    Explanation of Activity/ Assignment

     

    You can use what you know about multiplication and division to find factors and multiples. You can identify prime and composite numbers.

    Quick things to know

     

    1. For tutorials on how to access online Math in Focus resources using Ed Your Friend in Learning visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511

    2. If you cannot print activities, you may write the answers on a sheet of paper.

    3. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 pages 167-168, 170-171, 179-180, 183 if you need guidance on factors and multiples.

    4. A prime number has only 2 factors: 1 and itself. A composite number has more than 2 different factors. Please look at Student Workbook Chapter 2 page 173 if you need guidance on prime and composite.

    Task

     

    1. Optional: Log into Ed. Watch the Learn Video called 2.1 Finding Common Factors of Two Whole Numbers.

    2. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 5 Factors and Multiples (Seesaw activity)  If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)

    3. Optional: Watch this video to review prime and composite numbers. https://watchkin.com/73fe2664aa

    4. Complete the sheet called Gr 4 Day 5 Prime and Composite (Seesaw activity) If you are not sure how to answer a question, write a question mark. (?)

    5. Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice.: Play The Factor Game and/or The Multiple Game. Directions and a game board in the Seesaw Activity.

    Links/Activity

     Seesaw

    Writing

     Day 4

    Date

     March 23, 2020

    Overview

    Letter writing Continued  (do if you did not complete yesterday!)

    Estimated Time

     20 minutes  

    Explanation of Activity/ Assignment

     Spread Some Sunshine is an opportunity for children and the young at heart to get involved in brightening the day for seniors while visitation is restricted.

    Quick things to know

    Remember a friendly letter includes the following parts.

    Greeting, heading(date) body (actual note) closing, signature

    Task

     Practice writing a friendly letter/note

    Get creative coloring, drawing and designing cards, artwork and letters.

    Take a photo of the art to send in. Please email photos and images (jpegs and pdfs) to sunshine@pinerun.org (small files please). Or send the cards or drawings to me (Ms. Cohen) and I will email them for you!

    If you are sending something to a specific resident, please include their name in the subject of the email. PLEASE NOTE: All artwork needs to be submitted electronically – not mailed physically.

    Links/Activity

     sunshine@pinerun.org

     

    Science

    Day 5

    Date

     March 24, 2020

    Overview

     Review Electricity

    Estimated Time

     10 minutes

    Explanation of Activity/ Assignment

     Know how to complete an electrical circuit

    Quick things to know

    An open circuit is an electrical circuit that is not complete. A closed electrical circuit a complete electrical connection.

    Task

     Complete the Seesaw science activity to review a complete electrical circuit.

    Links/Activity

     Seesaw