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Learning at Home

 

 

Dear Parents/Guardians, 

 

I am praying for everyone's health and safety and know that we will get through this difficult time together.  As we stay at home, I will post some free websites and various activities that you can do with your child at home as well as the packet that was sent home.  A new packet will be sent home through the mail for the weeks of March 30th and April 6th.  After these two weeks, all learning will be online.  More information will follow.  Tell your child I miss them and will see them soon. Always, just keep reading and enjoy this beautiful weather outside together.  Any questions or concerns along the way, just email me at lmcclure@cmcboe.org during the hours of 9-11 am everyday and I will be updating my website with activities and free websites. Please check out my Get Epic Reading tab for new information.

Love,

Mrs. McClure  

 

Free websites:

 

Scholastic Learn at Home (free)

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com (great stories and activities you and your child can listen to together)

 

ABC Mouse (free login during this time)

www.abcmouse.com

Code: SCHOOL7771

 

www.Kahn Academy.com

(Great website for understanding mathematical processes and it's free!)

 

 

Our Cape May County Library System also has great online resources and activities to do with your child, including Tumble Books (another free online resource for listening to stories)

Just use your library ID number on your card.

https://kids.cmclibrary.org

 

www.Gonoodle.com  (Free activities and great for movement!)

 

 

Our Cape May County Zoo is closed, but they are having virtual tours of the zoo at 11:30 everyday on their facebook page.  Go to their website and go to virtual school zoo for more information.  

 

Other activities to do with your child.......

Activities include....

Having a lego challenge every day (make a playground, build the tallest tower, make a bridge, etc.)

Make art with nature

Make a maze using cardboard or any other recycled materials

Build a log cabin out of sticks

Draw a mural on the sidewalk or driveway

Go on a walk and count the number of rocks, trees, or bugs you see

Make a diorama of your favorite animals' habitat in a old shoebox

Cook with an adult

 

Also, on my sidebar are the different grade levels and what we are currently learning about in school, check out the sight words per grade level and find a fun way to practice!

 

Great Free Phonics Worksheets: 

https://www.ateachableteacher.com/free-phonics-sentences/

 

 

 Sight Word Activity of the Day: Find sight words in a good book! Go a sight word hunt and have fun!

 

Creative Activity of the Day: Go on a stick hunt and line them up by size and then make a fun picture with your sticks.