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Boys and Girls,

I MISS and LOVE you guys sooo much!!

    

***Schools are now CLOSED  due to COVID-19***

 

 

New Office Hours: 10:00AM--12:00PM Monday -- Friday

Please continue to utilize Remind or my email to get in contact with me.

 

 

 

If you and your child are interested in doing activies (will not be graded) you can refer to the following suggestions down the page to see work that corresponds to the week we are in for further instruction.

New Daily Schedule for Students

 

 

 

 

Week of April 20--April 24 

 

READING: iREADY Lesson 20-Comparing and Contrasting 2 Text   <---(Use this link to access the lessons)

. If you cannot print the pages, you may write your answers on loose leaf paper or in a notebook.) 

 

Monday: Intro, Comparing and Contrasting 2 posters pages 324-325

Tuesday:  "Don't Feed the Animals" and "Our Animal Friends" pages 326--327--332 to answer short response

Wednesday: "Turn on the Tap" and Fresh Water pages 328-331 (UNRAAVEL) 333 to answer short response

Thursday: "from Recycle That" and "Turning Trash into Treasure" pages 334--337 (UNRAAVEL)

FridayReread "from Recycle That" and "Turning Trash into Treasure" complete page 338 Complete the Learning Target on page 339

 

Spelling: Words with aw, al, o      options: write spelling words 2x's daily, write each with a sentence, use different colors to write each letter.  

 

tall         soft

saw        paw

dog        ball

draw      yawn

call        log

fall        small

 

Handwriting:   

You may print these out for practice.  It consist of upper and lowercase letters in cursive. 

 

 

 

MATH: Money and Problem Solving-  Eureka_ Week of April 20th.pdf 

 

Click the link provided to access the Module7 Documents for lessons 6-9. Please review the value of money with your child as well (Pennies, Dimes, Nickels, Quarters). The following video is used to assist with reviewing the value of money in a fun way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoCQsCvxI4I 

 

 

 

- MONDAY: Review with Youtube video and complete LESSON 6- p.30-31 (see link for Eureka Lessons) Homework can be used if needed. 

 

TUESDAY: Lesson 7 p. 34-35; Please use the unravel strategies to solve the words problems to help students breakdown and analyze what the problems are asking for. (RDW should be used as well: READ THE PROBLEM; DRAW A PICTURE; WRITE A NUMBER SENTENCE; WRITE A WORD SENTENCE)

 

WEDNESDAY: Lesson 8 p. 38-39; Please use the unravel strategies to solve the words problems to help students breakdown and analyze what the problems are asking for. (RDW should be used as well: READ THE PROBLEM; DRAW A PICTURE; WRITE A NUMBER SENTENCE; WRITE A WORD SENTENCE)

 

THURSDAY: Lesson 9 p. 42-43

 

FRIDAY: Review the week using the homework sheets/remaing pages from the lessons completed

 

 

SCIENCE: Parts of a Plant- Using a clear cup, soil, and any kind of seed available; plant a seed and watch it grow! Have your child observe its needs (water, sunlight, air, soil), and its parts that are growing (roots, leaves, stem)  

 

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Week of April 27--May 1  

 

READING: iREADY Lesson 21-Connecting Words and Pictures  <---(Use this link to access the lessons)

. If you cannot print the pages, you may write your answers on loose leaf paper or in a notebook.) 

 

Monday: Intro, What Sentences Tell and What Pictures Show pages 352-353

Tuesday:  "Mr. March and the Moose" pages 354--355--358 to answer short response

Wednesday: "Fast Learner" pages 356-357(UNRAAVEL) 359 to answer short response

Thursday: "GuDong is Coming" pages 360--363 (UNRAAVEL)

Friday: Reread "GuDong is Coming" complete page 364 Complete the Learning Target on page 365

 

 

 

Spelling: Words with oo, ew, ue, ou     options: write spelling words 2x's daily, write each with a sentence, use different colors to write each letter.  

 

root          room

crew           you

spoon         stew

few            boost

bloom       scoop

grew          flew

 

 

 

 

 

Handwriting:   

You may print these out for practice.  It consist of upper and lowercase letters in cursive. 

 

 

MATH: Iready Lesson 24: Tell and Write Time-  iready_TellingTime.pdf 

 

 

         Complete iready pages 218-219 from PDF document attached above 

 

  • Tuesday-  Complete iready pages 220-221 from PDF document attached above 
  • Wednesday-  Complete iready pages 222-223 from PDF document attached above 
  • Thursday-  Complete iready pages 224-225 from PDF document attached above 
  • Friday- Review Day using attached worksheet--->  timetofive.pdf 

 

 

 

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Week of May 4--May 8

 

READING: iREADY Lesson 4-Describing Connections Between Scientific Ideas  <---(Use this link to access the lessons)

. If you cannot print the pages, you may write your answers on loose leaf paper or in a notebook.) 

 

Monday: Intro, Look at the three pictures, what is happening in each picture? Think how what is happening is connected pages 52-53

Tuesday:  "Jumping Joeys" pages 54--55--58 to answer short response

Wednesday: "Emperor Penguins" pages 56-57(UNRAAVEL) 59 to answer short response

Thursday: "Seeds Get Around" pages 60--64 (UNRAAVEL)

Friday: Reread "Seeds Get Around" complete page 65 Complete the Learning Target on page 65

 

 

 

Spelling: Words with oo    options: write spelling words 2x's daily, write each with a sentence, use different colors to write each letter.  

 

took          hood

books       wood

foot          stood

hoof          hook

cook         crook

   nook         cookbook

 

 

 

 

 

Handwriting:   

You may print these out for practice.  It consist of upper and lowercase letters in cursive. 

 

 

MATH: Iready Lesson 26: Draw and Recognize Shapes-  iready-shapes.pdf 

 

 

      Complete iready pages 248-249 from PDF document attached above 

 

  • Tuesday-  Complete iready pages 250-251 from PDF document attached above 
  • Wednesday-  Complete iready pages 252-253 from PDF document attached above 
  • Thursday-  Complete iready pages 254-255 from PDF document attached above 
  • Friday- Complete iready pages 256-257 from PDF document attached above

 

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Week of May 11--May 15

 

READING: iREADY Lesson 8-Determining the Central Message  <---(Use this link to access the lessons)

. If you cannot print the pages, you may write your answers on loose leaf paper or in a notebook.) 

 

Monday: Intro, Look at the three pictures, What are the most important Events? pages 120-121

Tuesday:  "The Blue Coyote" pages 122-123--126 to answer short response

Wednesday: "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" pages 124--125(UNRAAVEL) 127 to answer short response

Thursday: "The Monkey and the Peas" pages 128--131 (UNRAAVEL)

Friday: Reread "The Monkey and the Peas" complete page 132 Complete the Learning Target on page 133

 

 

 

Spelling: Words with ow, ou   options: write spelling words 2x's daily, write each with a sentence, use different colors to write each letter.  

 

 cow         found

house      loud

town        brown

  shout         ground

down       pound

mouse         flower

 

 

 

 

 

Handwriting:   

You may print these out for practice.  It consist of upper and lowercase letters in cursive. 

 

 

MATH: Iready Lesson 28---  iready_Halves,Thirds,Fourths.pdf 

  • Monday- Complete iready pages 264-265 from PDF document attached above 
  • Tuesday-  Complete iready pages 266-267 from PDF document attached above 
  • Wednesday-  Complete iready pages 268-269 from PDF document attached above 
  • Thursday-  Review Using the pdf ----> FractionsReview_Eureka.pdf 
  • Friday- Review using Pdf from Thursday

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Week of May 18--May 22

 

READING: iREADY Lesson 19-Describing How Authors Use Reasons and Evidence  <---(Use this link to access the lessons)

. If you cannot print the pages, you may write your answers on loose leaf paper or in a notebook.) 

 

Monday: Intro, Look at the two pictures, How do they support the key point that some insects are good at hiding? pages 310-311

Tuesday:  "Earwigs" pages 312--313   -316 to answer short response

Wednesday: "Soldier Bees" pages 314--315 (UNRAAVEL) 317 to answer short response

Thursday: "Bugs: Nature's Time Machine" pages 318--321 (UNRAAVEL)

Friday: Reread "Bugs: Nature's Time Machine" complete page 322 Complete the Learning Target on page 323

 

 

 

 Spelling: Words with ow, ou   options: write spelling words 2x's daily, write each with a sentence, use different colors to write each letter.  

 aim             gain

snail               sly

bay             chain

braid              shy

ray              bright

always         fright

 

 

 

 

 

Handwriting:   

You may print these out for practice.  It consist of upper and lowercase letters in cursive. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELA: iReady Lessons (online or packets) for 20-30 minutes daily

https://login.i-ready.com/

 

 

 

Math: iReady Lessons (online or packets) for 20-30 minutes daily

https://login.i-ready.com/

 

Additional resources:

 

 

 

 

Just a few REMINDERS:
Check homework folders for notes, assignments, and
   conduct daily, please remove papers on the keep side of the 
   folder.
Newsletters and test papers go home on Tuesdays. Please 
   review, sign and return them.
Review study guides and vocabulary words daily. This will help 
   them learn the new skills we are learning.
Students should also read for 20 minutes each night. 
 

Please have them sing and do the hand motions for the 12 Powerful words song. 

 

1. TRACE --- means to outline

2. ANALYZE -- break it down

3. INFER -- read between the lines

4. EVALUATE -- to judge

5. FORMULATE -- build & create

6. DESCRIBE-- tell me all about it

7. SUPPORT-- back it up

8. EXPLAIN -- tell me how

9. SUMMARIZE-- the short version

10. COMPARE-- things that are alike

11. CONTRAST-- things that are different

12. PREDICT-- think about the future

 

along with UNRAAVEL

U-  Underline the title

N-  Now predict the passage

R-  Run through and number

A-  Are you reading the questions

A-  Are the important words circled

V-  Venture through the passage

E-  Eliminate incorrect answers

L-  Let the questions be answered