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     Welcome to Ms. Copeland's Homepage!

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    Name:Ms. Toshia Copeland
    Email Address: copelato@orange.k12.nj.us
    Phone number:  (973) 677-4100

     

    Google Meet Link:

    https://meet.google.com/hur-nrdy-owm?pli=1&authuser=0

     


     

     
    Extended Learning Resources
     
    Dear Parents and Students,
     
    Welcome to the Extended Learning Resource Page. This page was created to provide students working from home with access to assignments, links, assessments, and practice resources.
     
    Schools will be closed from Tuesday, March 17 – Friday, March 27. Additional information and daily updates can be found on the district’s COVID-19 Resource Page found at
     
    https://www.orange.k12.nj.us/domain/3058.
     
    If you are unable to reach me in classdojo, my district email is copelato@orange.k12.nj.us
     
     
     
     
    Embarconline for math lesson "how to videos" & resources
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Module 7
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
    Social Studies:  See brainpop, jr. lessons
     
    Science:  See brainpop, jr. lessons
     
    • Science & Social Studies-  log on  using your Clever user name and password. Complete the assignment.
       
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Available Hours:  9 - 11 a.m. & 1 - 3 p.m.
     
     
    General Student Expectations
     
    Student responsibilities in completing the assignments include: 
     
    • Identifying a comfortable and quiet space to study/learn.
    • Dedicating appropriate time to learning, as guided by your teachers. 
    • Routinely checking appropriate classdojo and emails for information on courses, assignments, and resources, on a daily basis. 
    • Attending and participating in any check-in times offered by your teachers.
    • Engaging in the virtual platforms with academic honesty, integrity, and according to the district’s Acceptable Use Policy.
    • Submitting all assignments in accordance with provided timelines and/or due dates.
     
     Parents & students Expectatations

    As we continue to review student assignments, we are noticing that many are responding to lesson/class posts with the like  symbol. When you like the assignment or post it indicates acknowledgement of lessons and assignments. Therefore the expectation is that the task will be completed, graded and used as a record for attendance for the day.

    Assignments that are liked and not completed will receive a zero in grade book. We are here daily to assist with assignments and to provide feedback and direction for any and all assignments. If we work together the tasks will get easier and the expectations can be met.

    We also understand that this is a new and somewhat challenging way to attend school. If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact us using class dojo or email.

     
     

     

    Quick Links

     Extended Learning Lessons:

     

    3/17/20-ELA

    Butterfly is Patient:  Choosing two important characterisitcs to describe a butterfly.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFW0Pk9uNY

    3/17/20-Math

    Module 5 Lesson:5 https://youtu.be/Yi4lZklvFYY

    See lesson wkbk. pg.

     

    3/18/20- ELA

    Butterfly is Patient:  Choosing two different  characterisitcs to describe a butterfly using flipgrid to complete video response.

    https://flipgrid.com/copeland7871

     

    3/18/20- Math Module 5:  Lesson 6:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=417

     

    3/19 - 20/20- ELA

    Iread

    3/19 - 20/20- Math

    Iready

    3/19 -20/20- Science

    Solids, Liquids, & Gases: Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

    3/19 -20/20- Social Studies

    Goods & Services active lessons in brainpop, jr. Clever

     

    3/23/20-ELA

    Butterfly is Patient:  I can describe how a butterfly is patient.  Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFW0Pk9uNY

    3/23/20- Math Module 5:  Lesson 7:  I can share and critique solution strategies for many addition and subtraction problems within 1,000.  (Problem Set). Wkbk. sheet 5.7.

    Application Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     Application Problem:

    Jeannie got a pedometer to count her steps. The first hour, she walked 43 steps. The next hour, she walked 48 steps. a. How many steps did she walk in the first two hours? b. How many more steps did she walk in the second hour than in the first? 

     
     

    3/24/20-ELA

    Butterfly is Patient:  I can describe how a butterfly is patient by using flipgrid to record a video response.  Then, teachers will provide feedback and scores to responses.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFW0Pk9uNY

    Flipgrid Code:  https://flipgrid.com/copeland5714 

    3/24/20- Math

    Module 5:  Lesson 8:  I can relate manipulative representations to the addition algorithm.  (Problem Set). Wkbk. sheet 5.8.

    Application Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

    Application Problem:

    Amani has 37 pennies. Malakai has 55 more pennies than Armani. a. How many pennies does Malakai have? b. How many pennies do they have altogether?

     

     
    3/25/20
    ELA
    Butterfly is Patient:  I can describe how a butterfly is helpful and thirsty.  Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFW0Pk9uNY
     
     
     

    3/25/20- Math

    Module 5:  Lesson 9:   I can relate manipulative representations to the addition algorithm. (Problem Set). Wkbk. sheet 5.9.

    Application Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.  

     

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Application Problem:

    The red team scored 19 points in the second half. The yellow team scored 13 points in the second half. a. Who won the game? b. By how much did that team win? 

     

    Concept Problem: Lesson 5.9

    Problem 2: 672 + 249 

     Lesson 9;  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=422

     

    3/26- 27/20- ELA

    Iread

    3/26- 27/20- Math

    Iready

    3/26 - 27/20- Science:

    Butterfly- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

    Migration- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

    3/26 -27/20- Social Studies:  Finish the Needs & Wants activated lessons. Then start and finish The Saving and Spending activated lessons in brainpop, jr.  Clever

     

    *For the week of 3/30 -4/3/2020:  For those students who have not completed the assignments from last week of March 23 - 27/2020 need to complete them before starting the extention lessons.* 

     

     *Remember all ELA & Math lessons should be completed in their notebooks.  Next, take a picture and upload them into classdojo under messages. Finally, teachers will give you feedback & scores on the assignments.*

     

    3/30 -4/1/2020- Monday - Wednesday:  ELA/Social Studies/Science

     

    Butterfly Extension Fun Learning Activities

     

    Target:   I can rewatch my ebook about "A Butterfly is Patient." 

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOFW0Pk9uNY

     

    Next, I can watch more butterfly videos by clicking on this link:  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLd0L-HsCZs&list=PL5Se9gmyZ84yBu9XqEyqzDByqQRvq8_z3&index=15&t=3s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBakLuH6kDY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHpP6Vgmik

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unvZ4ZoYPNY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUPzbTuJlgc

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqDniB8T6A

     

     

    And then, I will complete the butterfly extended learning activities to prepare for the culminating task.

    Butterfly Extended Learning Activities Link:  https://www.primarygames.com/science/butterflies/games.htm

    https://jr.brainpop.com/science/animals/butterflies/

    https://www.turacogames.com/games/butterfly-life-cycle-science-game-for-kids/

    https://www.softschools.com/science/butterfly/life_cycle.jsp

     

    3/30 - 4/3/2020- Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    4/2 -4/3/2020- ELA

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals.

     

    4/2 -4/3/2020- Science:

    Butterfly- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

    Migration- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

    4/2 -4/3/2020- Social Studies:  Finish the Needs & Wants activated lessons. Then start and finish The Saving and Spending activated lessons in brainpop, jr.  Clever

     

    4/6 -7/2020:  

     
    ELA
    Butterfly is Patient:  I can start the culminating task of How are helpful to the environment? 
    Key Vocabulary:   
     
     flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced, predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb, migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis, metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract, spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
     *Please make sure you take notes in your ELA notebook on how butterflies are helpful to the environment from the video links from last week and the Biographical Information on Butterflies posted on classdojo under the class story from Mrs. Estrada.  Next, upload your notes in classdojo for teachers' feedback and score before completing the flipgrid video.
     
     

    Next, I can watch more butterfly videos for starting the culminating task question by clicking on these links:  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLd0L-HsCZs&list=PL5Se9gmyZ84yBu9XqEyqzDByqQRvq8_z3&index=15&t=3s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBakLuH6kDY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHpP6Vgmik

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unvZ4ZoYPNY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUPzbTuJlgc

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqDniB8T6A

     

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. 

     

     

     4/6/2020

     

    Math

    Module 5:  Lesson 10: Application Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.

    Application Problem:

    Benjie has 36 crayons. Ana has 12 fewer crayons than Bengie
    a. How many crayons does Ana have? 
    b. How many crayons do they have altogether? 

     

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Module 5:  Lesson 10:  I can use math drawings to represent additions with two compositions and relate the drawings to the addition algorithm.   

    Lesson 10:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=423

    Concept Problem:
    126 + 160 solve this using the place value strategies, along w/ the algorithm way to show how addition can relate multiples of hundreds combined to find the whole ( part + part = whole).

     Independent Practice:  Please complete (Problem Set). Wkbk. sheet 5.10.

    Module 5:  Lesson 10: Application Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.

     

    4/7/2020

    Application Problem:  Lesson 5.10

    Jaylen has 76 crayons. Loren has 23 fewer crayons than Jaylen.
    a. How many crayons does Loren have? 
    b. How many crayons do they have altogether? 

     

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Module 5:  Lesson 10:  I can use math drawings to represent additions with two compositions and relate the drawings to the addition algorithm.   

    Lesson 10:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=423

    Concept Problem:
    223 + 120 solve this using the place value strategies, along w/ the algorithm way to show how addition can relate multiples of hundreds combined to find the whole ( part + part = whole).

    Independent Practice:  Please complete Module 5:  Lesson 10 worksheet.  You do not need to upload a photo of this because this page is for you to work on for extra practice*****

     

    Exit Ticket:    Please Solve:   224 + 110.  How does using place value or the chip model help you to solve the problem?  

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    4/8/2020:  

     
    ELA
    Butterfly is Patient:  I can complete the culminating task of using flipgrid to complete the video response to the question:  How are helpful to the environment?   Please read the information that you recorded in your ELA notebook w/ the provided teachers' feedback and suggestions.
    flipgrid link & code:   flipgrid.com/copeland8265
     
    Key Vocabulary:   
     
     flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced, predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb, migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis, metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract, spectacular, evolve, emerge
     

     4/8/2020: 

     

    Math

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.  

    Application Problem:  Lesson 5.12:  

    Mrs. Estrada has a box of pencils. She passes out 27 pencils and has 45 left. How many pencils did Mrs. Estrada have in the beginning?

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 5:  Lesson 12:  I can use math drawings to represent additions with two compositions and relate the drawings to the addition algorithm.   

    Concept Problem:
    374 + 210  There are 374 boys going on a trip.  There are 210 girls going on the same trip.  How many students are going on the trip altogther?  

    -Solve this using the place value strategies, along w/ the algorithm way to show how addition can relate multiples of hundreds combined to find the whole ( part + part = whole).

    Independent Practice:  Please complete Module 5:  Lesson 12 worksheet.  You do not need to upload a photo of this because this page is for you to work on for extra practice***** 

    Exit Ticket:    Please Solve:   310 + 215.  How does using place value or the chip model help you to solve the problem?  

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    4/9/2020

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    4/9/2020-

    Science:  Please complete all assigned lessons because after the Spring Break I will be assigning new lessons in brainpop, jr.

    Clever

     

    4/9/2020-

    Social Studies:  

    Please complete all assigned lessons because after the Spring Break I will be assigning new lessons in brainpop, jr.

    Clever


    4/20/2020
     
    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  
    How did Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses get his name?
     Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores. 

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

    4/20/2020

    Math:   

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.  

    Application Problem:  Lesson 5.16:  

    Gerard read 15 more pages than Janessa. 
    Janessa read 38 pages. 
    The book is 82 pages long. 

    a. How many pages did  Gerard read? 
    b. How many more pages does Gerard need to read to finish the book? 

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 5:  Lesson 16:  I can Subtract from multiples of 100 and from numbers with zero in the tens place.  

    Concept Problem:

    406 - 187, what did you draw on your place value chart? How did you unbundle 400? Did you do it in one or two steps?
     
    Independent Practice:  Please complete Module 5:  Lesson 16 worksheet.  You do not need to upload a photo of this because this page is for you to work on for extra practice***** 

    Exit Ticket:    Please Solve:   I had 300 pennies in my pocket.  I lost 150 pennies.  How many pennies do I have left? 

    What did you draw on your place value chart? How did you unbundle 300? Did you do it in one or two steps?

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    4/21/2020
     
    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  How does telling the story over and over again continue to make the boy stronger?
     
     Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores. 

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

    4/21/2020

    Math:   

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can solve the math word problems using addition and subtract strategies.  

    Application Problem:  Lesson 5.17:  

    Colleen put 27 fewer beads on her necklace than Jenny did. 
    Colleen put on 46 beads. 

    How many beads did Jenny put on her necklace? 
    If 16 beads fell off of Jenny's necklace, how many beads are still on it? 

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 5:  Lesson 17:  I can Subtract from multiples of 100 and from numbers with zero in the tens place.  Lesson 17:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=438

    Concept Problem:

     Ms. Copeland has 300 erasers. She gave Mrs. Estrada 195 erasers. How many erasers does Ms. Copeland have left?

    What did you draw on your place value chart? How did you unbundle 300? Did you do it in one or two steps?
     
    Independent Practice:  Please complete Module 5:  Lesson 17 worksheet.  You do not need to upload a photo of this because this page is for you to work on for extra practice***** 

    Exit Ticket:    Please Solve:   I had 502 pencils in my store.  I sold 229 pencils.  How many pencils do I have left? 

    What did you draw on your place value chart? How did you unbundle 500? Did you do it in one or two steps?

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     4/22/2020

    ELA

    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  Why does Grandfather want the boy to know the story so well that he can tell it for himself?
     
     Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores. 

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

    4/22 - 23/2020

    Math:  I can complete the Module 5 Topic D Summative Test/ Assessment (2 days: 4/22 & 4/23/2020):  Parent Letter Review Link:  

    whttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bze4eU0rInwwNmhwV19UTWI5TDQ/view

    Summative Target: I can choose and explain solution strategies and record with a written addition or subtraction method.

    Questions:

    1. Brad counted a total of 220 pencils. There were 108 yellow pencils, and the rest were black. How many pencils were black?
     
    2. The candy store had 639 pieces of chocolate. After selling some, there were 142 pieces of chocolate left. How many pieces of chocolate were sold?
     

    Students will solve the summative assessment problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    4/23 -24/2020

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    4/23 -24/2020

     

    Science:   Camouflage, Endangered Species, & Insects - Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

     

    Social Studies- Pueblo- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever 

     

     

    4/27/202
     
    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  
    How did Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses get his name?
     Students are to record their responses using flipgrid to record a video response.  Then, teachers will provide feedback and scores to classdojo.  Flipgrid link/code:
     
    Native American Article Activity Link:  https://www.crowcanyon.org/EducationProducts/pueblo_history_kids/introduction.asp

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    4/27/2020

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can Solve word problems involving the total value of a group of coins.

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.7:  

    Danny has 2 dimes, 1 quarter, 3 nickels, and 5 pennies. a. What is the total value of Danny's coins? b. Show two different ways that Danny might add to find the total.

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 7:  Solve a two-step put together with total unknown and take from with result unknown word problem. 

     
     
    On Monday, Reese gives 2 dimes and 3 nickels to her sister. On Tuesday, she gives her sister 1 quarter, 1 dime, and 4 pennies. If Reese started with 94 cents, how much money does she have now?
     
     

    Exit Ticket:    Please Solve:  On Thursday, Anjanee gives 3 dimes and 2 nickels to her sister. On Tuesday, she gives her sister 1 quarter, 1 dime. If Reese started with 100 cents/ $1.00.  How much money does she have now?

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    4/28/2020
     
    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  
    How does telling the story over and over again continue to make the boy stronger?
     Students are to record their responses using flipgrid to record a video response.  Then, teachers will provide feedback and scores to classdojo.  Flipgrid link/code: https://flipgrid.com/copeland7865
     
     
    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    4/28/2020

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

    District Math Assessment: April's ECR:

    Timed Extended Construction Response (ECR) Task—Grade 2 April 2.MD.5, 2MD.6

    Name: _____________________________ Date: _____________________

    PART A Bill throws his ball 52 meters, which is 27 meters farther than Samantha threw her ball. How far did Samantha throw her ball?

    Draw a diagram or picture to show the length of their throws. Show your work and enter your answer in the space provided.

     

    PART B Use the broken centimeter ruler to solve the problem. A grasshopper jumped 7 centimeters forward and 4 centimeters back and then stopped. If the grasshopper started at 18, where did the grasshopper stop? Show your work. Show your work and enter your answer in the space provided

     

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins with the same total value. 

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.8:  

    Kiko's brother says that he will trade her 2 quarters, 4 dimes, and 2 nickels for a one-dollar bill. Is this a fair trade? How do you know?

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 8:  Solve a put together with total unknown type problem. 

     
     Alyssa has 5 five-dollar bills, 12 one-dollar bills, and 3 ten-dollar bills in her wallet. How much money is in her wallet?
     
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   I Solve word problems involving the total value of a group of bills or coins.

    Exit Ticket:

    Please Solve:  Jessie has 8 five-dollar bills, 19 one-dollar bills, and 5 ten-dollar bills in her wallet. How much money is in her wallet?

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    4/29/2020

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    4/29/2020

     

    Science:   Camouflage, Endangered Species, & Insects - Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

     

    Insect Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com//science/animals/insects/movie/?t=eyJ2aWV3X21vZGUiOiJhc3NpZ25tZW50IiwiYXNzaWdubWVudF9pZCI6IjA4Y2NjN2ViZTgyZDRlYzciLCJhc3NpZ25tZW50X3BlcmlvZF9pZCI6IjVjODc4ZGVhMzJkZWZhODAiLCJhc3NpZ25tZW50X3BhcnRfaWQiOiJhOWNmZTI4YThjYzEzNTNkIiwicGVyaW9kX2lkIjoiMTI3YjFkZmNmOGJkMTliYSJ9

     

    Exit Ticket:  

    How can you describe the characteristics of an insect? 
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     

     

    Social Studies- Pueblo- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever 

     

    Pueblo Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/nativeamericans/pueblo/

     

    Exit Ticket:  

    What was the video of Peublo People trying to teach us? 
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    4/30/2020
     
    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  
    Why does Grandfather want the boy to know the story so well that he can tell it for himself?
     Students are to record their responses using flipgrid to record a video response.  Then, teachers will provide feedback and scores to classdojo.  Flipgrid link/code: https://flipgrid.com/copeland7865
     
    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    4/30/2020

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can Solve word problems involving the total value of a group of bills or coins. 

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.8:  Day 2:  

    Gabriela's brother says that he will trade her 4 quarters, 8 dimes, and 5 nickels for a one-dollar bill. Is this a fair trade? How do you know? *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence. 

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 8:  (Day 2):  Concept Problem Learning Target:  Solve a put together with total unknown type problem. 

     
    Concept Problem:  7.8: Day 2:
     
    Anjanee has 4 ten-dollar bills and 6 five-dollar bills. She has $25 more than Janessa. How much money does Janessa have? 
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   Learning Target: I can solve a comparison problem find the smaller value/ amount of an unknown part.

    Exit Ticket:  Please Solve: Loren has 6 ten-dollar bills and 8 five-dollar bills. She has $35 more than Isa. How much money does Isa have?

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    5/1/2020

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    5/1/2020

     

    Science:   Camouflage, Endangered Species, & Insects - Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever

     

    Insect Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com//science/animals/insects/movie/?t=eyJ2aWV3X21vZGUiOiJhc3NpZ25tZW50IiwiYXNzaWdubWVudF9pZCI6IjA4Y2NjN2ViZTgyZDRlYzciLCJhc3NpZ25tZW50X3BlcmlvZF9pZCI6IjVjODc4ZGVhMzJkZWZhODAiLCJhc3NpZ25tZW50X3BhcnRfaWQiOiJhOWNmZTI4YThjYzEzNTNkIiwicGVyaW9kX2lkIjoiMTI3YjFkZmNmOGJkMTliYSJ9

     

    Exit Ticket:  

    How can you describe the characteristics of an insect? 
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     

     

    Social Studies- Pueblo- Brainpop, jr. activated lessons Clever 

     

    Pueblo Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/nativeamericans/pueblo/

     

    Exit Ticket:  

    What was the video of Peublo People trying to teach us? 
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    5/4/2020
     
    ELA:  Redo
    Butterfly is Patient:  I can start the culminating task of How are helpful to the environment? 
    Key Vocabulary:   
     
     flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced, predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb, migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis, metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract, spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
     *Please make sure you take notes in your ELA notebook on how butterflies are helpful to the environment from the video links from last week and the Biographical Information on Butterflies posted on classdojo under the class story from Mrs. Estrada.  Next, upload your notes in classdojo for teachers' feedback and score before completing the flipgrid video.
     
    Butterfly Bio.
     
    Fun Butterfly Facts for Kids
     
    • Butterflies are insects.

    • A butterfly’s lifecycle is made up of four parts, egg, larva (caterpillars), pupa (chrysalis) and adult.

    • Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with a special glue.

    • Most caterpillars are plant eaters (herbivores).

    • Fully grown caterpillars attach themselves to a suitable twig or leaf before shedding their outside layer of skin to reveal a hard skin underneath known as a chrysalis.

    • An adult butterfly will eventually emerge from the chrysalis where it will wait a few hours for its wings to fill with blood and dry, before flying for the first time.

    • Butterflies can live in the adult stage from anywhere between a week and a year, depending on the species.

    • Butterflies have four wings.

    • Butterflies often have brightly coloured wings with unique patterns made up of tiny scales.

    • Most butterflies feed on nectar from flowers.

    • Butterflies have taste receptors on their feet.

    • Scientists estimate that there are between 15000 and 20000 different species of butterfly.

    • Birdwing butterflies have large, angular wings and fly in a similar way to birds.

    • Monarch butterflies are known for their long migration. Every year monarch butterflies will travel a great distance (sometimes over 4000 km), females will lay eggs and a new generation of monarchs will travel back, completing the cycle.

     
     
     

    Next, I can watch more butterfly videos for starting the culminating task question by clicking on these links:  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLd0L-HsCZs&list=PL5Se9gmyZ84yBu9XqEyqzDByqQRvq8_z3&index=15&t=3s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBakLuH6kDY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHpP6Vgmik

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unvZ4ZoYPNY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUPzbTuJlgc

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqDniB8T6A

     

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. 

    5/4/2020

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target:  I can Solve word problems involving the total value of a group of bills or coins. 

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.8:  Day 2:  

    Gabriela's brother says that he will trade her 4 quarters, 8 dimes, and 5 nickels for a one-dollar bill. Is this a fair trade? How do you know? *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence. 

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 8:  (Day 2):  Concept Problem Learning Target:  Solve a put together with total unknown type problem. 

     
    Concept Problem:  7.8: Day 2:
     
    Anjanee has 4 ten-dollar bills and 6 five-dollar bills. She has $25 more than Janessa. How much money does Janessa have? 
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   Learning Target: I can solve a comparison problem find the smaller value/ amount of an unknown part.

    Exit Ticket:  Please Solve: Loren has 6 ten-dollar bills and 8 five-dollar bills. She has $35 more than Isa. How much money does Isa have?

     

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    5/5/2020

     

    ELA:  Redo
    Butterfly is Patient:  I can start the culminating task of How are helpful to the environment? 
    Key Vocabulary:   
     
     flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced, predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb, migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis, metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract, spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
     *Please make sure you take notes in your ELA notebook on how butterflies are helpful to the environment from the video links from last week and the Biographical Information on Butterflies posted on classdojo under the class story from Mrs. Estrada.  Next, upload your notes in classdojo for teachers' feedback and score before completing the flipgrid video.
     
    Butterfly Bio.
     
    Fun Butterfly Facts for Kids
     
    • Butterflies are insects.

    • A butterfly’s lifecycle is made up of four parts, egg, larva (caterpillars), pupa (chrysalis) and adult.

    • Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with a special glue.

    • Most caterpillars are plant eaters (herbivores).

    • Fully grown caterpillars attach themselves to a suitable twig or leaf before shedding their outside layer of skin to reveal a hard skin underneath known as a chrysalis.

    • An adult butterfly will eventually emerge from the chrysalis where it will wait a few hours for its wings to fill with blood and dry, before flying for the first time.

    • Butterflies can live in the adult stage from anywhere between a week and a year, depending on the species.

    • Butterflies have four wings.

    • Butterflies often have brightly coloured wings with unique patterns made up of tiny scales.

    • Most butterflies feed on nectar from flowers.

    • Butterflies have taste receptors on their feet.

    • Scientists estimate that there are between 15000 and 20000 different species of butterfly.

    • Birdwing butterflies have large, angular wings and fly in a similar way to birds.

    • Monarch butterflies are known for their long migration. Every year monarch butterflies will travel a great distance (sometimes over 4000 km), females will lay eggs and a new generation of monarchs will travel back, completing the cycle.

     
     
     

    Next, I can watch more butterfly videos for starting the culminating task question by clicking on these links:  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLd0L-HsCZs&list=PL5Se9gmyZ84yBu9XqEyqzDByqQRvq8_z3&index=15&t=3s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBakLuH6kDY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHpP6Vgmik

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unvZ4ZoYPNY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUPzbTuJlgc

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqDniB8T6A

     

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. 

    5/5/2020

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target: 

    I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins or bills with the same total value.
     

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.9:  

    Carla has 4 dimes, 1 quarter, and 2 nickels to spend at the snack stand. Peyton has 3 coins, but he has the same amount of money to spend. What coins must Peyton have? How do you know?

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 9:  Concept Problem Learning Target:  

    I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins or bills with the same total value.

    Lesson 9:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=507

    Concept Problem:  7.9:
     
    Clark has 3 ten-dollar bills and 6 five-dollar bills. He has 2 more ten-dollar bills and 2 more five-dollar bills than Shannon. How much money does Shannon have? *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence. 
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins or bills with the same total value.

    Exit Ticket:  Please Solve:Isa has 5 ten-dollar bills and 8 five-dollar bills. He has 3 more ten-dollar bills and he has 6 fewer five-dollar bill than Armani. How much money does Armani have? Students should solve these problems using the RDW from the concept problem.

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    5/6/2020

     

    ELA:  Redo
    Butterfly is Patient:  I can complete the culminating task of How are helpful to the environment? 
    Key Vocabulary:   
     
     flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced, predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb, migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis, metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract, spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
     *Please make sure you take notes in your ELA notebook on how butterflies are helpful to the environment from the video links from last week and the Biographical Information on Butterflies posted on classdojo under the class story from Mrs. Estrada.  Next, upload your notes in classdojo for teachers' feedback and score before completing the flipgrid video.
     
    Butterfly Bio.
     
    Fun Butterfly Facts for Kids
     
    • Butterflies are insects.

    • A butterfly’s lifecycle is made up of four parts, egg, larva (caterpillars), pupa (chrysalis) and adult.

    • Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with a special glue.

    • Most caterpillars are plant eaters (herbivores).

    • Fully grown caterpillars attach themselves to a suitable twig or leaf before shedding their outside layer of skin to reveal a hard skin underneath known as a chrysalis.

    • An adult butterfly will eventually emerge from the chrysalis where it will wait a few hours for its wings to fill with blood and dry, before flying for the first time.

    • Butterflies can live in the adult stage from anywhere between a week and a year, depending on the species.

    • Butterflies have four wings.

    • Butterflies often have brightly coloured wings with unique patterns made up of tiny scales.

    • Most butterflies feed on nectar from flowers.

    • Butterflies have taste receptors on their feet.

    • Scientists estimate that there are between 15000 and 20000 different species of butterfly.

    • Birdwing butterflies have large, angular wings and fly in a similar way to birds.

    • Monarch butterflies are known for their long migration. Every year monarch butterflies will travel a great distance (sometimes over 4000 km), females will lay eggs and a new generation of monarchs will travel back, completing the cycle.

     
     
     

    Next, I can watch more butterfly videos for completing the culminating task question by clicking on these links:  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLd0L-HsCZs&list=PL5Se9gmyZ84yBu9XqEyqzDByqQRvq8_z3&index=15&t=3s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBakLuH6kDY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHpP6Vgmik

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unvZ4ZoYPNY

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUPzbTuJlgc

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqDniB8T6A

     

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. 

     5/6/2020

     

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target: 

    I can use the fewest number of coins or bills to make a given value.
     

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.10:  

    Andrew, Brett, and Jay each have 1 dollar in change in their pockets. They each have a different combination of coins. What coins might each boy have in his pocket?

    *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence.Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 10:  Concept Problem Learning Target:  

    I can use the fewest number of coins or bills to make a given value.

    Lesson 10:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=508

     

    Concept Problem:  7.10:

     How can we make 27 dollars/ $27 using the fewest number of bills possible? *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence. 
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   I can use the fewest number of coins or bills to make a given value.

     

    Exit Ticket: How can we make 75 dollars/ $75 using the fewest number of bills possible?

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    5/7 -8/2020:  Thursday & Friday

     

     

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

     

    Science:   Migration:   Learning Target:  I can explain how Mexico is important for migration of an insects' survival. Then, I will complete the writing task and submit it in classdojo for scores and feedback.

     

    Migration Movie Link:   Brain pop, jr. Video Link: https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/geography/mexico/

     

    Exit Ticket:  

     

     How does understanding migration help us to understand why Mexico is important to an insects' survival?
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    Science:  Camouflage & Endangered Species:  Learning Target:  I can explain why an insect's need to camouflage helps it to survive in its' environment. 
     
    Camouflage & Endangered Species Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/science/animals/camouflage/

    Exit Ticket:  

     

     

    How does insect's ability to camouflage itself help it to survive in its' habitat?
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.  Also, please give examples to support your answer.

     

    Social Studies-   Needs & Wants Learning Target:  I can describe the difference between a Need vs. a Want.

     

    Needs & Wants Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/economics/needsandwants/

     

    Exit Ticket:  

     

    How can  you describe the difference between needs vs. wants?  Please give examples to support your answer.
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    Social Studies-   Savings vs. Spending Learning Target:  I can describe the difference between spending vs. saving.
     
     

    Exit Ticket:  

    How can  you describe the difference between savings vs. spending?   Please give examples to support your answer.
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    5/11/2020
     
    ELA
    Learning Target:   I will complete Unit 3's Culmlinating Task
     
    Key Vocabulary:

    flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced,predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb,migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis,metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract,spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
    Butterfly is Patient: Today, I want you to pick two
    characteristics of a butterfly that you think are important. Then,write a paragraph with at least five sentences describing the
    characteristics of the butterfly you selected. Use evidence fromthe text to explain why your butterfly’s characteristics are
    important.
     
     
     
    Dear Students please review these videos to help with respondingto the culminating task.
    The culminating task, asks you to pick 2 characteristics of a butterfly that you think are important.
    Remember to start your topic sentence with , These characteristics are important because _____________

    If you need help remember to click on our google meet links, andwe will be more than happy to help you.

    When you come to the meeting be prepared to share what youhave written.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3hprf-Siu4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyYosN3pVcU
     
     

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. 

     

     5/11/2020

     

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target: 

    I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins or bills with the same total value.
     

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.9 Review:  

    Jessie has 4 dimes, 2 quarter, and 2 nickels to spend at the snack stand. Peyton has 4 coins, but he has the same amount of money to spend. What coins must Peyton have? How do you know?

    Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 9:  Concept Problem Learning Target:  

    I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins or bills with the same total value.

    Lesson 9:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=507

    Concept Problem:  7.9 Review:
     
    Samir had four $10 bills $ four $5 bills to spend at the gift shop.  Malakai has 3 bills, but he has the same amount to spend.  What bills must Malakai have to spend?*Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence. 
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   I can Solve word problems involving different combinations of coins or bills with the same total value.

    Exit Ticket:  Please Solve: Isa has $100. He has five $20 bills in his pocket   Janessa has the same amount in her pockets, but she has two bills.  What bills must Janessa have? Students should solve these problems using the RDW from the concept problem.

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    5/12/2020
     
    ELA
    Learning Target:   I will complete Unit 3's Culmlinating Task
     
    Key Vocabulary: 

    flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced,predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb,migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis,metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract,spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
    Butterfly is Patient: Today, I want you to pick two
    characteristics of a butterfly that you think are important. Then,write a paragraph with at least five sentences describing the
    characteristics of the butterfly you selected. Use evidence fromthe text to explain why your butterfly’s characteristics are
    important.
     
     
     
    Dear Students please review these videos to help with respondingto the culminating task.
    The culminating task, asks you to pick 2 characteristics of a butterfly that you think are important.
    Remember to start your topic sentence with , These characteristics are important because _____________

    If you need help remember to click on our google meet links, andwe will be more than happy to help you.

    When you come to the meeting be prepared to share what youhave written.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3hprf-Siu4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyYosN3pVcU
     
     

    Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. 

     5/12/2020

     

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target: 

    I can use the fewest number of coins or bills to make a given value.
     

    Application Problem:  Lesson 7.10 Review:  

    Samir, Isa, & Brandon each have one dollar in change in their pockets. They each have a different combination of coins. What coins might each boy have in his pocket?

    *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence.Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lesson 10:  Concept Problem Learning Target:  

    I can use the fewest number of coins or bills to make a given value.

    Lesson 10:  https://embarc.online/mod/page/view.php?id=508

     

    Concept Problem:  7.10 Review:

     Brandon has $45 in his pockets, but he has five bills.  Can you show what combination of bills that he has in his pockets?  Also, can you show $45 using the fewest number of bills possible? *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence. 
     

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:   I can use the fewest number of coins or bills to make a given value.

     

    Exit Ticket:   Mrs. Estrada has $150 in her pocket.  She has 3 bills in her pocket.  Can show what combination of bills that she has in her pocket?  Next, How can we make $150 using the fewest number of bills possible?

     

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    5/13/2020

     

     

    ELA
    Learning Target:   I will complete Unit 3's Culminating Task in Edulastic.
     
    Key Vocabulary: 

    flit, cling, pollinate, nectar, species, transferred, coil, produced,predators, alarmed, environment, rarely, transparent, absorb,migrate, gather, soar, characteristic, creative, molt, chrysalis,metamorphosis, nourish, kaleidoscope, purpose, attract,spectacular, evolve, emerge
     
    Butterfly is Patient: Today,  I will type my written informational paragraph of describing the two
    characteristics of a butterfly that I think are important. My paragraph must be at least five sentences describing the
    characteristics of the butterfly I selected. Use will use evidence from the text to explain why my chosen butterfly’s characteristics are
    important.
     
     
    Dear Students please review these videos to help with respondingto the culminating task.
    The culminating task, asks you to pick 2 characteristics of a butterfly that you think are important.
    Remember to start your topic sentence with , These characteristics are important because _____________
     
    5/13/2020
     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

     

    5/14/2020 

     

    Science:   Migration:   Learning Target:  I can explain why migration is important for an insect to survive?  Then, I will complete the writing task and submit it in classdojo for scores and feedback.

     

    Migration Movie Link:   Brain pop, jr. Video Link: https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/geography/mexico/

     

    Exit Ticket:  

     

     How does understanding migration help us to understand why Mexico is important for an insects' survival?  
     
    *Remember to start your topic sentence with , Migration is important for an insect to survive because _____________.
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    Science:  Camouflage & Endangered Species:  Learning Target:  I can explain why an insect's need to camouflage helps it to survive in its' environment. 
     
    Camouflage & Endangered Species Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/science/animals/camouflage/

    Exit Ticket:  

     

     

    Why does camouflaging help an insect to survive in its' habitat?
     
    *Remember to start your topic sentence with , Camouflaging helps an insect to  survive in its' habitat because _____________.
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.  Also, please give examples to support your answer.
     
     
     

    Social Studies-   Needs & Wants Learning Target:  I can describe the difference between a Need vs. a Want.

     

    Needs & Wants Movie Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/economics/needsandwants/

     

    Exit Ticket:  

     

    How can  you describe the difference between needs vs. wants?  Please give examples to support your answer.
     
    *Remember to start your topic sentence with , I can describe the difference between a need vs. a want by _____________
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
    Social Studies-   Savings vs. Spending Learning Target:  I can describe the difference between spending vs. saving.
     
     

    Exit Ticket:  

    How can  you describe the difference between savings vs. spending?   Please give examples to support your answer.
     
    *Remember to start your topic sentence with , I can describe the difference between savings vs. spending by _____________
     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     
     
     
    5/15/2020
     
    Tech Day:
     

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    5/18/2020

     

     
    Tech Day:
     

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    5/19/2020

     

     
    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  
    How did Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses get his name?
     Students are to write their response to the text dependent question in  their ELA Notebooks. 
     
    Sentence Starter:  Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses got his name because________________________.
    *Also, do not forget to cite your source(s) from the text.  Once you tell what you learned you have to go back to the ebook, and find the sentence(s) that supports what you learned from the text.  
    For example, In the text, it says, "___________________________________."
     
    Then, teachers will provide feedback and scores to classdojo. 
     
     5/19/2020

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target: 

    I can use different strategies to make $1 or make change from $1.

    Application Problem:  Lessons 11 & 12: Day 1 

    Tracy has 85 cents in her change purse. She has 4 coins.
    a. Which coins are they?
    b. How much more money will Tracy need if she wants to buy a bouncy ball for $1?

    *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence.Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lessons 11 & 12:  Concept Problem Learning Target:  Day 1

    I can use different strategies to make $1 or make change from $1.
     
     

     

    Concept Problem:  Lessons 11 & 12:

     have 35 cents in my hand.

    How much more do I need to have 100 cents or a dollar?

    35 cents plus what equals 100 cents?
    35 cents + ___ = 100 cents

    Can I also write 35+ ___ =100?

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:  I can use different strategies to make $1 or make change from $1.

     

    Exit Ticket:   I have 72 cents in my hand.

    How much more do I need to have 100 cents or a dollar?

    72 cents plus what equals 100 cents?
    72 cents + ___ = 100 cents

    Can I also write 72+ ___ =100?

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    5/20/2020

     

    ELA
    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  
    How does Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses gain confidence to face life's challenges? What is this story trying to teach us?
     Students are to write their response to the text dependent question in  their ELA Notebooks. 
     
    Sentence Starter:  Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses gains confidence to face life's challenges by________________________.
    *Also, do not forget to cite your source(s) from the text.  Once you tell what you learned you have to go back to the ebook, and find the sentence(s) that supports what you learned from the text.  
    For example, In the text, it says, "___________________________________."
     
    Then, teachers will provide feedback and scores to classdojo. 
     
     5/20/2020

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     

    Application Problem Learning Target: 

    I can use different strategies to make $1 or make change from $1.
     

    Application Problem:  Lessons 11 & 12: Day 2

    Richie has 24 cents. How much more money does he need to make $1?

    *Read the problem, draw and label, write an equation, and write a word sentence.Students will solve the application problem using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score. 

     

    Module 7  Lessons 11 & 12:  Concept Problem Learning Target:  Day 2

    I can use different strategies to make $1 or make change from $1.
     
     

     

    Concept Problem:  Lessons 11 & 12:  Day 2

    Jamie buys a baseball card. He gives the cashier 1 dollar. Jamie gets 2 dimes, 1 quarter, and 1 penny in change. How much did Jamie's baseball card cost?

    Exit Ticket Learning Target:  Choose your own strategy to solve for how much more money would he need to make $1

     

    Exit Ticket:   Day 2  


    Jaylen buys a baseball card. He gives the cashier 1 dollar. Jaylen gets 1 dime, 2 quarters, and 5 pennies in change. How much did Jaylen's baseball card cost?

    Students will solve the concept & exit ticket problems using the R-D-W. Then a picture of their work should be uploaded into classdojo for teachers to provide feedback and score.

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

    5/21 - 22/2020

     

    Tech Days

     

     

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever

     

     

    5/26/2020

     

    ELA

    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  Why does Grandfather want the boy to know the story so well that he can tell it for himself?
    Students are to write their response to the text dependent question in  their ELA Notebooks. 
     
    Sentence Starter:  Grandfather wants the boy to know the story for himself because________________________.
    *Also, do not forget to cite your source(s) from the text.  Once you tell what you learned you have to go back to the ebook, and find the sentence(s) that supports what you learned from the text.  
    For example, In the text, it says, "___________________________________."
     
     
     Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores. 

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    5/26/2020

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     Parent Letter for Topic B Quiz Link: module. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bze4eU0rInwweWx2Vkp5Nmh6b00/view

     

    Module 7:  Topic B Quiz (Day 1)

    Learning Target:  

    I can complete Topic B Day one's assessment of using coins and bills to solve addition and subtraction word problems involving two- digit money amounts.
     
    Solve each word problem and show your work using R-D-W.
     
    1. Michael had 68 cents. He used 3 dimes, 2 nickels, and 6 pennies to buy a granola bar. How much money does Michael now have?
     
     
    2. Stephanie has 3 ten dollar bills, 2 five dollar bills, and 16 one dollar bills. How much money does she have?
     
    5/27/2020 

    ELA

    Knots on a Counting Rope:  Ebook Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgwmxMEiJ2U
     
    Story Summary:  
     It is a story of a story being told.  A young Native American boy named "Boy Strength of Blue Horses" asks his grandfather to retell the story of who the boy is. The young boy has heard the story so many times and remembers most of it, so both actually share in the telling of the story.

    The story begins with the birth of the boy, who was born blind. It is mixed with ancient traditions and myths.  At first the baby was weak and there was chance he would die but the grandfather tells of two great blue horses that the baby communicated with and that gave him the strength to be a great man.

    Both boy and grandfather share the telling of the story of the boy's youth (there is an amazing part of the book where the grandfather teaches the boy to picture blue in his mind), including the boy receiving a newborn colt, which he named "Rainbow" and training him to run and to race by learning to pay attention to the horse's reaction to the trail and counting the horse's gallops. The boy goes on to race in a great race and although he does not win, he learns to trust himself and Rainbow.

    The grandfather tells of how the boy has learned to run through the darkness, to see with his heart instead of his eyes, and to be part of all that surrounds him.

    The end of the story is the grandfather adding a knot to a counting rope and telling the boy that once the counting rope is full of knots he will know the story of his life and no one will need to tell him.

    Vocabulary
    hogan, wounded, howling, galloping, naming ceremony, foal, reins, steep, tribal, whipping, frail, shallow, crossed, traced, courage
     
    I can use the ebook to answer the question:  Why does Grandfather want the boy to know the story so well that he can tell it for himself?
    Students are to write their response to the text dependent question in  their ELA Notebooks. 
     
    Sentence Starter:  Grandfather wants the boy to know the story for himself because________________________.
    *Also, do not forget to cite your source(s) from the text.  Once you tell what you learned you have to go back to the ebook, and find the sentence(s) that supports what you learned from the text.  
    For example, In the text, it says, "___________________________________."
     
     
     Students are to record their responses into their ELA notebooks. Then the responses should be uploading in classdojo for teachers feedback and scores. 

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    5/27/2020

    Math

    Math:  Parents we are starting Module 7:  Problem Solving with
    Length, Money, and Data
    Module 7 presents an opportunity for
    students to practice addition and
    subtraction strategies within 100.
    They also use problem-solving skills 
    as they learn to work with various
    types of units within the contexts of
    length, money, and data.

     Parent Letter for Topic B Quiz Link: module. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bze4eU0rInwweWx2Vkp5Nmh6b00/view

     

    Module 7:  Topic B Quiz (Day 2)

    Learning Target:  

    I can complete Topic B Day two's assessment of solving word problems of involving different combinations of coins or bills of the same value.
     
    Solve each word problem and show your work using R-D-W.
     
     3. Umberto has 47 cents to buy a pencil. Write two coin combinations he could have paid with that would equal 47 cents.
     
     
    4. Show 80 cents two ways. Finally, show the same amount using the fewest possible coins on the right below. Fill in the blank and show your work. 5. 68¢ + ________ = 100¢ 6. 100¢ - 45¢ = ________.
     
     
     
    5/28/2020
     
    Social Studies: 
     
     
    Earth Land & Water: 
     
    Learning Target:  I can identify and describe different kinds of land-forms.
     

     

    Exit Ticket:  

     

    How can I identify different types of land forms?

     
    *Sentence Starter: I can identify the different types of land form by_______________________________. Please be sure to name and describe each land form from the video link.
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.  Also, please give examples to support your answer.
     
     
     

    Science-   Mammals Learning Target:  I will watch the brainpop, Jr.video & other video links to take notes about mammals. Next, I will complete the easy quiz. 

     

    Mammals Movie Link:   https://jr.brainpop.com/science/animals/mammals/

     

    Exit Ticket:  I can complete the easy quiz to show 80% understanding of identifying mammals.

     

    Easy Quiz Link:  https://jr.brainpop.com/science/animals/mammals/easyquiz/

     

     

     
     
    Please write your response and upload it in classdojo for feedback and scores.
     

    5/29/2020

     

    Tech Day

     

     

    ELA:  Iread:  I can continue using Iread to practice working towards my individual reading/phonemic awareness/ & phonics skills growth goals. IRead K-2

     

    Math:  Iready:  I can continue using Iready to practice working towards my individual math growth goals. Clever