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Academic Suggestions during COVID-19

School is now closed for the 2019-2020 school year.

::ELA::

IReady 20-30 minutes/daily OR

IReady student packets 

 ::Math::

IReady 20-30 minutes/daily OR

IReady student packets

Great Minds website: Resources-videos, reviews, etc.

Zearn:sign up as a parent. https://about.zearn.org/ Should work on Module 7 and 8. Need help creating a account visit: https://help.zearn.org/hc/en-us/articles/360044495614-Zearn-Math-Parent-Caregiver-Pack

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::Read with Heart 6 feet Apart-100 Free Ebooks::

https://abdodigital.com/?tk=414F33301B8E136DEE3F0A93BF1795E1

 

::The Louisiana State University K-12 Reading Program::

has opened early, reduced rates, and converted all classes to a live online format, to help parents and schools maintain student education during these unusual times.  https://lsu.readingclasses.org/.

 

::Online Academic Resources::

https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1584738088/saintmartinschoolsorg/p3wxkin4uk4fx8mvfdua/StMartinParishOnlineResources.pdf

 

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::Suggested Work/Assignments::

 

April 20th-24th:

Time-Post an index card near to show your child the steps you want them to complete day by day.

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)

Friday: Reread "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: (<< click<< )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  (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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April 27th-May 1st

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: <<cliclk<< 

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 

Monday- Review Skip Counting by 5's- "How many Fives around the Clock Video" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGtBYUQKF4M "Learn About the Clock Video" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEmg914-9xY 

         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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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:  <click<<   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 

Monday- Video "Shapes, Sides, and vertices"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Uv8Cl5hvI

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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 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:  << click 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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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. 

 

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Writing Workshop:

Work on Story or Story Map with a book you recently read, the story you listen to on storyline, or an ebook from above link: Print one of these: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13hMaPCtBUf2nhtUoQlIzLsLiDGZofttUbiPvvNoxuso/edit 

Listen to one story on https://www.storylineonline.net/  Write 1-3 sentences describing the story.