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Basic Skills teacher's lessons- (anyone can view)

 

1. 4/27- https://youtu.be/FqnaxYz56iU

 2. 4/28-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXI-KNuOm60&t=5s

 3. 4/29-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pIG6Rv02uY

 4.   4/30-     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U39-UNE0sBc&t=87s

 

 

Basic Skills Math Lessons (anyone can view)

 1. egg carton game https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgjF3Tf3cUM&t=1s

 

 2. 3-Dimensional Shapeshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GssoDGKtnPU&t=1s

 3. more math videos-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkIUE_sK4zQ&list=PLleF_CJbDQUvZ

Week 6 

 

 Monday, April 27, 2020

 

Writing- Weekend News- write about something you did this weekend! Please remember to use your Writer's checklist and follow writer's rules! We would love to see them, so share if you can!

 

Shared Reading- No new story this week.  Please complete the last two week assignments for lessons, "A Whistle for Willie" and "A Tree is a Plant".

Math-Lesson 8.1 Polygons and Nonpolygons

* If you have not done so already, view Miss Cantz's videos; "The Attributes of Shapeshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHX6_awvssM  and
" Defining and Nondefining attributes of Shapes"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs5hiF3HTHY

*compare and contrast on the venn diagram -closed shapes/straight lines- both are polygons p. 223
 On page 156 in the packet shows examples and nonexamples. The page titled "comparing 2-dimensional shapes" are the instructions for the venn diagram and shows an example of a venn diagram (with the red and blue crayons.)   *polygons only have straight sides (no curves), they are closed shapes (no gaps or spaces) so if the shapes on p 223 follow these rules, they are polygons and go in the middle of the venn diagram.  If the shapes are closed, but have curved lines, they go on the "closed" circle on the venn diagram.  If the shapes are open, but have straight lines, they go in the "straight lines" circle of the venn diagram. They are only a polygon if the sides are straight, meet at the corners, and are closed!  Hope this helps!

 

*play I Spy, directions on page G58 in your packet.

*Math boxes p. 159 (in math packet)

*optional: review page of fact families (p. 158) 

 

 Spelling- pick a spelling page from your packet, if you have not completed them.

 Phonics- complete a phonics page in your packet, or reader's notebook if it was assigned.

Art- https://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage/10845048

 

Tuesday April 28, 2020  

 

 Shared Reading-No new story this week.  Please complete the last two week assignments for lessons, "A Whistle for Willie" and "A Tree is a Plant".

 

Phonics- pick a phonics page from your packet, or reader's notebook, if it was assigned.

 

Spelling- pick a spelling page from your packet, if you have not completed them.

 

Math- Lesson 8.2 Fractions and Equal parts
*View Miss Cantz's video: "Fractions in our Food" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RJGsnGQkNs
*Cut out crackers and pancakes  on page 226.  Use them with the activity on page 160 (partioning pancakes and crackers in Halves.  (skip the first cracker page 225)  You will use the second cracker page 225 for tomorrow's lesson.  

 

Gymhttps://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage/676097

 

 

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 

 

Shared Reading-No new story this week.  Please complete the last two week assignments for lessons, "A Whistle for Willie" and "A Tree is a Plant".

 

 Math-Lesson 8.3 (2 days) Partitioning crackers and pancakes in fourths


*If you missed it yestersday,  view Miss Cantz's video: "Fractions in our Food" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RJGsnGQkNs

*Cut out the crackers on page 225.  Use them to complete questions 1 and 2 on page 163 (Don't worry, there are extra crackers for mess-up!) It's easier if they draw a pencil line to show fourths before they cut! Also use the examples on page 229 for ideas!

*optional: complete the making rectangle designs on pages 97 and 229

 

Writing- Write a "Rainy Day" Story-(we sure have had plenty of rainy days this month!) In your blue journal, write either a true story about a rainy day you have had or you may write a made-up a story about a rainy day. Please try to write at least 5 sentences. Use your writer's checklist and follow all good writer's rules!

 

Library- http://www.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage.aspx?id=676100

 

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Thursday, April 30, 2020  

*individual zoom times 1:00pm-3:00pm (completed work check, problem areas, chat with your teacher) Please sign up for a 10 minute meeting on sign-up genius if you have not already. 

 

 SharedReading- No new story this week.  Please complete the last two week assignments for lessons, "A Whistle for Willie" and "A Tree is a Plant".

 

  Math- Lesson 8.3 (day 2)


Partitioning shapes into fourths

*Complete Homelink 8.3 numbers 1-3 p. 231 (in packet)

*Complete math boxes 8.3 on p 164 (in packet)

 

spelling- pick a spelling page from your packet, if you have not completed them.

 

grammarcomplete grammar pages from your packet, if you have not done so.

 

Gymhttps://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage/676097

 

Friday- May 1, 2020

*individual zoom times 10am-12:00pm

 

completed work check, problem areas, chat with your teacher) Please sign up on sign-up genius if you have not already. 
 Math- Math Game Day!
Play top-it- if you do not have playing cards (make some with just a paper square and write one number on each)
rolling to 50 on your number grid (if you do not have a dice, you can get a virtual dice online at https://toytheater.com/dice/.
penny/plate
time match (with your cards from the packet)
Difference game
  OR
Sign in to  Prodigy and give it a try if you have not already!

I sent your user name and passcode to your portfolio in class dojo!

This website has challenges and math practice. 

You can go up levels as you do more math

 OR you can complete math pages from previous weeks in your math packet!

Spelling- pick a spelling page from your packet, if you have not completed them.

Guided Reading- read one of your new books (or any "just right" book) and discuss the plot (important events) in the story.  Use the sequence words when telling the important events in the story: First, Next, Then, Last or Finally.

Music-https://app.oncoursesystems.com/school/webpage/13421081