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    Chambley Children’s Distance Learning for Day 8

    March 30, 2020

    Dear Chambleys,

    Good morning! Happy Monday. It is Week 3. 

    Before we get started, here are a few things to keep in mind...

    -Phase 2 of Distance Learning begins April 6th.  That is when we start with new learnings.  Make sure you feel confident in Teams, SeeSaw, and accessing my district website this week so you are ready. 

    -Report Cards go live today on the Parent Portal.  Please email me if you would like to schedule a conference.

    -There will be new math & specials lessons posted all week.  I will put up a few reading and writing tasks but they will be more spaced out.  Please use this week to complete your assignments from the past two weeks so you will be all up to date when new learning begins.

    -At the top of my district learning page I have linked to all other teachers you might have as part of your school day.  Visit their pages for more information. Math should be almost the same for all of us, however there might be different optional activities listed.  

    -I miss you. 

    -Go outside today.  Trust me, it is good for our minds and bodies.

    Here we go…

    Starting the Day: It is Time for Homeroom!

    Please complete the following “Homeroom Activities.”

    • Wake up Sleepyhead! 
    • Make your bed. Pick up your dirty clothes from yesterday.  Make sure you are ready for a new week!
    • Brush your teeth, clean your face, fix your hair, eat your breakfast, clear your breakfast dishes, and put some clean clothes on!
    • Give your family hugs, especially your parents.
    • Prepare your workspace for a new day.   
    • Sharpen your pencils.
    • Complete page eight in your handwriting packet.
      • Trace each letter and word.  Make sure you are filling in each line on the page. I will be asking to see pictures of your completion so please don’t get behind on this assignment.

    1st Period: Math:

    Link to Mr. Mole's Math Page for those students in his class:  www.cbsd.org/molenariville

    Link to Mrs. Angelo's Page for her Math Lessons: Mrs. Angelo's site

    Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her Math lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    Link to Mrs. Regec's Page for her Math lessons: Mrs. Regec's site 

    Day 8 Chambley Math:


    DAY #8:


    Overview:  Adding and Subtracting Decimals


    Estimated Time: Approximately 45 minutes


    Explanation:   Today you will review Adding and Subtracting Decimals.  Then, you will play Decimal Victory to practice decimal comparisons.. 


    Things to know:

    • When adding and subtracting decimals, remember to line up the decimals, which will line up your place values.
    • To review Adding and Subtracting Decimals, please reference Ed: Your Friend in Learning online, or your workbook pages in Chapter 4.
    • Please visit https://www.cbsd.org/Page/1511 to access tutorial videos related to accessing online Math in Focus resources.
    • There are no pre-made worksheets for today.



    • Self-made Questions:
      • Shuffle your set of number cards.
      • Flip over 3 cards and place them in front of you in a horizontal line. Flip over 3 more cards and place these under each of the first three.  Add a decimal to each number either after the first or second digit. 
      • On a separate piece of paper, add and subtract the decimal numbers you created.
      • Repeat 3 times. You will have 6 problems on your separate of paper.    
    • Decimal Victory Game:
      • Shuffle your set of number cards.
      • Flip over 4 cards and place them in front of you in a horizontal line.
      • Add a decimal marker between two of the digits to make a number with a decimal.
      • Considering the remining digits in the pile, make 1 number that would be larger than the number in front of you. (Add the decimal numbers on a separate sheet)
      • Considering the remining digits in the pile, make 1 number that would be smaller than the number in front of you. (Add and Subtract the decimal numbers on a separate sheet)
    • Decimal Detective:
      • Locate 10 ways that decimals are used around your house. Share with some else at least 3 of those ways.  As a follow up question, “How do decimals (particularly the adding and subtracting of decimals) impact of daily lives?”
        • You do not need to write this answer down, please just discuss.
      • Extra: Only do this activity if you want more practice: play “Maze: Four Operations of Decimals” on Ed:  Your Friend in Learning
      • CHAMBLEY Bonus: Play 10-20 minutes of Moby Max.  I have selected several skills that would be good for our class to polish up on in the Math tab.

     How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    No need to hand anything in today.  If you play Moby, Mrs. C will be able to tell so no need to hand anything in.

    SNACK TIME: It is nice to have a long snack session! You can take your time before “lining up” for special. Have something healthy and do something fun.  Try eating outside!


    2nd Period: Special: Library


    For Library activities, please visit Mrs. Hiriak website located here


    3rd Period: Writing:

    Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    Day 8 Chambley Writing


    • Did you read and respond to my comments on your writing piece last week? If not:
      • Please make sure you used my comments to help you revise and edit your piece.
      • Resubmit the writing piece (and turn it in list) to me with all your changes made.
    • Congratulations! You did it! Start to think about making a cover for your piece.  Your assignment tomorrow will be to construct the cover.  J

    How is this assignment turned into the teacher?

    Submit your piece and your “Turn it in List” over Teams or Office 365.


    4th Period: Lunch/Recess:

    Go Outside and Play or Have a Brain Break Inside


    5th Period: Reading

    Link to Mrs. Lichorobiec's Page for her lessons: Mrs. L's site 

    Day 8: Chambley Reading

    1. Log Your Independent Reading Time
    • Click on the Independent Reading Assignment Listed for today in Teams. There is a copy of our Reading Log on there that you can type right on.  If that proves difficult, then print it out and use it at home this week to record your reading. 
    1. Complete Your Independent Reading
    • YAY! It is finally time for IR.  Please read for at least 30 minutes today.  If it is nice outside, try reading outside.  You know the importance of IR in our Chambley world.  Make this time super serious and super silent. 
    1. Optional: Post on Teams about what you are reading for IR
      1. Don’t forget about the possibility of using EPIC for eBooks and audiobooks.
      2. I also sent your parents a link over Remind to free audio books through Audible


    • Log in to our Reading Teams Site
    • Remember to use Mrs. Jansen’s website if you need help accessing anything from home

    Method for Turning in:

    Log your IR minutes on your log in the assignments tab in our Readings Team’s page.


    6th Period: Social Studies:

    No work today!


    Last Period: It is Time for Dismissal! 

    Day 8: YOU DID IT!

    Love you all my Chambleys.  Have a great night & a great weekend!


    Mrs. Chambley