• Welcome to First Grade!

    Welcome!

    Ms. Roos

    Ms. Stewart

     

    Should you have any questions about assignments, you can contact me through the following channels: Email me:

    roosmari@orange.k12.nj.us

    stewarta@orange.k12.nj.us

    or message me on classdojo! 

    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 for the remainder of the school year. Additional information and daily updates can be found on the district’s COVID19 Resource Page found at https://www.orange.k12.nj.us/domain/3058.

     The Orange Public Schools Expectations for Emergency At-home Instruction

    I will be available daily to answer any questions you may have.

    My virtual Office Hours are as follows:

    AM, Monday – Friday: 9:00-11:00

    PM, Monday – Friday: 1:00-3:00

    Extended Learning Resources

    (all of the blue text is a clickable link) 
     
     
     
     
     
    FOSS- science
     

    YouTube

    BrainPopJr

    Writing Paper- Lined

    Fortnite Sight Word Dances

    Translating ClassDojo https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Naw28-mq8R-nNn0glMCH-YN7teAhSFnY/view - Spanish

    Translating ClassDojo https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BwlEFFPRB_W2oi0BZYjylTonPx1GUxIB/view- Haitian Creole

    Translating ClassDojo

    Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week. Each assignment contains a due date. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded

    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 Google Classrooms 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

    Assignments For Week of June 1st-5th 

    Wednesday June 3rd

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using information from the text. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 11 of Charlotte’s Web.  The chapter is called The Miracle. A miracle means when something extraordinary happens.  After listening, students will watch the lesson on the word miracle: Charlotte's Web: Miracle Vocabulary Lesson with Ms. Walker

    Students will then answer the question : From what we have read in this chapter, do you think a miracle is a good thing or a bad thing? Explain how you know.  If you need help answering this question,re-read page 80 . 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can create my own clock and use it to tell time. 

    Students will listen to the Module 5 Lesson 11 video.  After watching, students will create a clock with Ms. Roos and use it to practice telling time. Clock Template

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can explain how people save money. 

    Students will watch Responsible Saving.  After watching, students will answer: What did the boy want to buy? What did he have to do to be able to get what he wanted? How can people save money? 

    Thursday June 4th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target:I can listen to a chapter of Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using evidence from the text. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 12 of Charlotte's Web.  Remember that the word convince means to make someone listen to you or believe you.  After listening, students will answer: At first Templeton doesn’t want to help Charlotte save Wilbur.  How did the old sheep help convince Templeton? 

    spinning the word terrific into our imaginary web. 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can tell time to the half-hour in different ways.

    Students will listen to the Module 5 Lesson 11 video again.  After watching, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 11 Problem Set and Exit Ticket

    Science (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can identify gases. 

    Students will watch the Solids, Liquids, and Gas video. After watching the video students will complete the What is a Gas? worksheet by circling all of the pictures that are examples of gas.

    Friday June 5th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target:I can listen to a chapter of Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using evidence from the text. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 13 of Charlotte's Web. After listening, students will answer: After spinning the word terrific into the web, Charlotte asks Templeton to search for other words.  What three words does Templeton come back with? Why does Charlotte choose the third word?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can complete the Module 5 Lesson 10 and 11 Quiz using what I learned about telling time.  

    Students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 10 and 11 Quiz.  Students may review the module videos and use the problem sets to help them answer the questions on the quiz.  Students will try their best to show all work. 

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can explain why it is important to save money. 

    Students will watch Sesame Street Workshop.  After watching, students will think about things that they would like to buy and how much those things cost.  Students will then answer: Why is it important to save money? 

     

    Past Assignments: 

    Tuesday June 2nd

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Chapter 10 of Charlotte’s Web and use the word gullible in a sentence. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 10 of Charlotte's Web  (1:10:38-1:22:30) .  After listening, students will complete the vocabulary lesson on the word gullible with Ms. Roos.  Students will use the word gullible in a sentence. 

    Example: I was gullible when my teacher said the word gullible was written on the ceiling and I looked up to see it, but the word was not there.  My teacher fooled me. 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target:I can tell time to the hour. 

    Students will watch the module 5 lesson 10 video.  After watching, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 10 Problem Set and Exit Ticket.

    Science (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can identify liquids. 

    Students will watch the Solids and Liquids videoAfter watching, students will complete the What is a Liquid? by circling all of the pictures that are examples of liquids.

    Monday June 1st

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using information from the text. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 9 of Charlotte's Web  (58:23-1:10:38).  The chapter is called Wilbur’s Boast. To boast means to show off. Students will watch a lesson to overview the chapter and Vocabulary in the chapter: Ms. Walker's Chapter 9 vocabulary and question lesson Students will answer: How does Charlotte show she cares for Wilbur in this chapter?  What does she tell him he should do? 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target:I can complete a fluency activity that will help me with my addition and subtraction within 20. 

    Students will watch the module 5 lesson 10 video.  After watching, students will answer: Kim drew 7 circles. Shanika drew 10 circles. How many fewer circles did Kim draw than Shanika? And complete Lesson 10 Sprint. 

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can give an example of what to spend my money on. 

    Students will re-watch the BrainPOP Jr video on Saving and Spending moneyWe know that people can either save money or spend money.  Give an example of what you would spend your money on. 

    Assignments For Week of May 26-29th 

    Friday May 29th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using information from the text. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 9 of Charlotte’s Web (58:23-1:10:38).  The chapter is called Wilbur’s Boast. To boast means to show off.  Students will answer: What was Wilbur’s big boast? Was he able to do what he said he could do? 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can complete the lesson 9 quiz using what I learned about dividing shapes. 

    Students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 9 Quiz.  Students may review the module videos and use the problem sets to help them answer the questions on the quiz.  Students will try their best to show all work. 

    Science (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can identify solids. 

    Students will watch the Solids and Liquids videoAfter watching, students will complete the solids search by circling all of the pictures that are examples of solids. 

    Thursday May 28th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using information from the text. 

    Students will listen to Chapter 8 of Charlotte’s Web (54:40-58:17) again.  After listening, students will answer: Why is Mrs. Arable worried about Fern? What is she going to do about it? If you need help answering this question, re-watch the vocabulary lesson about the word worried with Ms. Roos.

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can compare halves and quarters. 

    Students will listen to the Module 5 Lesson 9 video again. After watching, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 9 Problem Set and Exit Ticket

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can explain how people earn money and what people do with their money. 

    Students will watch the BrainPOP video about Saving and SpendingAfter students watch the video, they will answer: How do people earn money? What do people do with their money?

    People earn money by _______ and _______. People ______ with their money.  

    Wednesday May 27th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can define the vocabulary word worried and use it in a sentence.  

    Students will listen to Chapter 8 of Charlotte’s Web (54:40-58:17).  After listening, students will complete the vocabulary lesson about the word worried with Ms. Roos. Students will then use the word worried in a sentence.  

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can complete a fluency activity that will help me with my addition and subtraction within 20. 

    Students will listen to the Module 5 Lesson 9 video.  After watching, students will answer: Emi cut a square brownie into fourths. Draw a picture of the brownie. Emi gave away 3 parts of the brownie. How many pieces does she have left? And complete: Lesson 9 Sprint as many as you can do in 90 seconds! 

    Science (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can use my prior knowledge to brainstorm a list of solids, liquids and gasses. 

    Students will watch the BrainPoP Jr. video about Solids, Liquids, and Gasses.  This video is a preview to get students thinking about what they already might know about the states of matter.  After watching the video, students will brainstorm a list of objects that are solids, liquids and gasses.  

    Solids Liquids Gas

    Tuesday May 26th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can complete a chapter 6 and 7 quiz on the information learned in the chapters.

    Answer each question using information from the text. 

    1. How did the characters feel in the summer in chapter 6?
    • What happened to the goose egg in chapter 6?
    • What news did Wilber receive in chapter 6?
    • What promise did Charlotte make to Wilbur in chapter 7?

     

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can complete the Module 5 Lesson 7 and 8 quiz using what I learned about dividing shapes. 

    Students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 7 and 8 Quiz.  Students may review the module videos and use the problem sets to help them answer the questions on the quiz.  Students will try their best to show all work. If students are having trouble, they may watch the Halves and Quarters Review with Ms. Roos 

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can identify producers and consumers from a list. 

    Students may review the Producers and Consumers video to complete the Producer or Consumer? Sort.  Students will read each sentence and fill in the blank with either producer or consumer.  

    Assignments For Week of May 18-22 

    Thursday May 21st

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 7 of Charlotte’s Web and use evidence from the text to answer a question. 

    Students will listen to chapter 7 of Charlotte's Web (50:45-54:39).  After listening, students will answer: Is Wilber’s reaction when he hears the news from the old goose normal or not normal?  Explain your thinking.

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can divide shapes into halves and quarters.

    Students will watch the Module 5 Lesson 8 video again.  After watching, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 8 Problem Set and Exit Ticket

    Science (15 minutes) Learning Target:I can explain what a chemical change is and give an example. 

    Students will re-watch the BrainPOP video about Physical and Chemical Changes.  After watching the video, students will answer: What is a chemical change of matter? Can you give an example?

    A chemical change of matter is when _________. An example of a chemical change of matter is when ______. 

    Wednesday May 20th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can identify strong verbs and give examples of the verbs that describe how Wilber reacts to the news. 

    Students will listen to chapter 7 of Charlotte's Web (50:45-54:39).  After listening, students will complete the Ms. Walker's Strong Verbs Lesson and answer the question, how does Wilber react when he hears the “bad news”?  What are action words used to describe him in this chapter?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with addition and subtraction within 20. 

    Students will watch the Module 5 Lesson 8 video.  After watching, students will answer: Peter and Fran each have an equal number of pattern blocks. There are 12 pattern blocks altogether. How many pattern blocks does Fran have? And complete: Module 5 Lesson 8 Sprint as many as you can in 90 seconds!

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can define what a producer is and give an example of a producer or an example of a time when I was a producer.

    Students will re-watch Producers and Consumers.  After watching students will answer: What is a producer? Can you give an example of a producer or think of a time when you were a producer? 

    A producer is______.  A time I was a producer was when I ____________. Or An example of a producer is _________.  

    Tuesday May 19th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 6 of Charlotte’s Web and answer a question using evidence from the text.

    Students will listen to chapter 6 of Charlotte's Web (43:23-50:44) again.  After listening, students will answer: What does Templeton ask for in this chapter? What does Charlotte warn us will happen if Templeton isn’t careful? Remember to write in complete sentences, restate the question and use lots of evidence from the text to answer! 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can divide shapes into equal parts. 

    Students will listen to Module 5 Lesson 7 video again. After watching, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 7 Problem Set and Exit Ticket

    Science (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can explain what a physical change is and give an example. 

    Students will watch the BrainPOP video about Physical and Chemical Changes.  After watching the video, students will answer: What is a physical change of matter? Can you give an example?

    A physical change of matter is when _________. An example of a physical change of matter is when ______. 
    Changes in Matter

    Monday May 18th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can define the word jubilee and give examples of what joyful things happen to the goose. 

    Students will listen to chapter 6 of Charlotte's Web (43:23-50:44).  After listening, students will complete the vocabulary lesson with Ms. Roos and give an example of what joyful things happened to the goose in this chapter.

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with addition and subtraction within 20. 

    Students will listen to Module 5 Lesson 7 video.  After watching, students will answer: Peter set up 5 rectangular prisms to make 5 towers. He put a cone on top of 3 of the towers. How many more cones does Peter need to have a cone on every tower? And complete the Sprint as many as you can in 90 seconds!

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can define what a consumer is and give an example of a time when I was a consumer.

    Students will watch Producers and Consumers.  After watching students will answer: What is a consumer? Can you think of a time when you were a consumer? 

    A consumer is______.  A time I was a consumer was when I ____________. 

    Assignments For Week of May 11-15   

    Friday May 15th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target:I can use the adjectives that describe Charlotte and explain whether Charlotte is a bad character. 

    Students will listen to chapter 5 of Charlotte's Web (31:09-43:18) again.  Students will complete the adjective lesson with Ms. Roos.  After learning about what the adjectives used to describe Charlotte mean, think about the word “blood-thirsty”.  Although the word is negative, does that make Charlotte a “bad” character? Why or Why not?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

    Learning Target: I can complete the Module 5 lesson 5 and 6 quiz using what I learned about identifying shapes within other shapes. 

    Students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 5 and 6 Quiz.  Students may review the module videos and use the problem sets to help them answer the questions on the quiz.  Students will try their best to show all work. 

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can explore how heat changes the properties of water.  

    Students will re-watch the video Changing States of matter on BrainPop Jr.  Students will think and talk about a cube of ice.  What is it made of and what does it look like?  Students will discuss and write what they think would happen if a piece of ice were to be left in the sun.  What would happen to ice if it were left in a cooler shade? Which ice would melt faster? Why? Can you describe the change that is happening to the ice using the word “melt”, “melted”, or “melting” in your explanation?

    ( students and parents can do this activity together if they have the ice to observe)

    Example: 

    If a piece of ice were left in the sun it would _________.

    It would ___________  if it were left in a shade.  The ice changes from a _____________ to a ______________ by _______________. 

    Thursday May 14th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can draw a picture of Charlotte and list words that the author uses to describe her.

    Students will listen to chapter 5 of Charlotte's Web (31:09-43:18) We were introduced to a new character Charlotte.  Who is Charlotte? Draw her picture and list the words the author used to describe Charlotte.  

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

    Learning Target: I can identify 3D shapes found in a group of 3D shapes.  

    Students will re-watch Module 5 Lesson 6 videoAfter watching the video, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 6 Activity using household 3D objects to make a structure.  Take a picture of your structure and send it to me! 

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can explain what services are and give examples of services. Students will re-watch The BrainPop video on Goods and Services.  After watching the video, students will write the definition of a service and give an example.

    A service is _________. An example of a service is __________.

    Wednesday May 13th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can use evidence from the text to explain why Wilbur’s day was so dreary. 

    Students will listen to chapter 4 of Charlotte's Web (22:36-31:06) again.  After listening, students will look back at the picture they drew of Wilbur’s dreary day.  Students will write in complete sentences: What was the main reason Wilbur’s day was so dreary? 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

    Learning Target: I can watch the lesson video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with my addition within 20. 

    Students will watch Module 5 Lesson 6 video.  After watching, students will answer: Emi lined up 4 yellow cubes in a row. Fran lined up 7 blue cubes in a row. Who has fewer cubes? How many fewer cubes does she have? And complete: Module 5 Lesson 6 Fluency as many as you can in 90 seconds! 

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can identify how heat causes changes to objects.  

    Students will watch the video Changing States of matter on Brainpop Jr.  After watching the video, students will discuss with a parent how the properties of an egg changes when heat is added to it. (parents and students can cook an egg together to observe what happens or they can watch the attached video on an egg frying)

    Students will answer each question:Use complete sentences when answering your questions. 

    1. How does an egg look uncooked (raw)?
    2. How does it look after it is heated (cooked)?

    Example: 

    • An egg looks ____________  and ___________ when it is raw.
    • After the egg is cooked it looks_______________ and _____________.

    Tuesday May 12th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can review the comments my teacher made to my Dear Children of the Earth Letter and revise my writing. 

    Students will be editing and revising the letter they wrote for the story Dear Children of the Earth as part of the ELA district assessment.  Dear Children of The Earth Culminating Task: Remember what the book says will happen if we do not take care of the Earth. What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. What part of the Earth do you want others to care for? Explain why taking care of it is important? Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can identify shapes found  in a group of shapes. 

    Students will re-watch the Module 5 Lesson 5 VideoAfter watching the video, students will complete Module 5 Lesson 5 Problem Set and Exit Ticket PDF: Module 5 Lesson 5

    Here are the Tangram Pieces that students can cut out and use to make other shapes! Students should watch Ms. Roos explain how to use the tangram and the examples she shares

    Social Studies (15 minutes) Learning Target: I can define what a good is and give an example

    Students will watch The BrainPop video on Goods and Services.  After watching the video, students will write an example of a good they use at home, a good they use at school and a good they use in their community.  

    Example: A good I use at home is my kitchen table.  A good I use at school is an expo marker.  A good I use in my community is a trash can. 

     Producer and Consumer

    Monday May 11th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can complete the mini lesson on finding important text evidence from the story Dear Children of the Earth and apply it to my Dear Children of the Earth letter. 

    This week, the ELA department asks us to revisit our story Dear Children of the Earth.  Students will listen to the story Dear Children of the Earth.  Our goal is to revise the letter we wrote from this story in March to make it even better.  Students will watch Ms. Roos’ lesson on finding important text evidence and use the lesson to revise our sentences from the Dear Children of The Earth Culminating Task to make sure the sentences are complete and have lots of detail from the story! 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

     Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with my addition within 20. 

    Students will watch the Module 5 Lesson 5 Video.  Students will answer: Darnell and Tamra are comparing their grapes. Darnell’s vine has 9 grapes. Tamra’s vine has 6 grapes. How many more grapes does Darnell have than Tamra? And complete: Module 5 Lesson 5 Sprint as many as you can in 90 seconds! 

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can define heat as a source of energy. 

    Students will watch the Heat Video on Brainpop Jr.

    Students will answer: How does the temperature change throughout the day? Students will check the temperature on The Weather Channel at different times during the day and record it.

    Temperature Chart

    Assignments For Week of May 4-8  

    Friday May 8th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can edit a piece of writing using the writers checklist to make the writing better.

    Writing Checklist  

    Students will read a written letter that needs to be edited and corrected for mistakes. Re-write the letter with the corrections you made. 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can complete the Module 5 lesson 3 and 4 quiz using what I learned about describing and making shapes. 

    Students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 3 and 4 Quiz.  Students may review the module videos and use the problem sets to help them answer the questions on the quiz.  Students will try their best to show all work. 

    Social Studies (15 minutes): By the end of the lesson students will be able to identify characteristics of different types of communities and categorize them (urban, suburban, and rural)

    Learning Target: I can take notes about the different types of communities using a video.

    Students will look at a  Brainpop Jr.  Rural, suburban, urban video.  Students will take notes about the things they learned in the video watching and pausing the video to take down important information.

    Community Note taking sheet

    Students are required to write:

    2 vocabulary words

    1 thing they are wondering about

    2 cool or interesting things they learned 

    Thursday May 7th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can write a letter focusing on writing an opening statement and a closing statement.

    Students will look at a mini “I do” ,“we do” lesson that focuses on writing an opening and a closing to a letter. Writing a Closing and Opening Sentence Lesson

    Students will read the following “Thank you” letter.  Students will write down on a sheet of paper what the topic sentence and closing sentence is using the lesson as a guide.

    Letter

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students  should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can use different shapes to make new ones. 

    Students will re-watch the Module 5 Lesson 4 Video. Students will use the Pattern Block website to create the shapes and watch  Ms. Roos explanation on pattern block website.  After watching the video, students will complete the Module 5 Module 5 Lesson 4 Problem Set and Exit Ticket.  PDF: Module 5 Lesson 4

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can use what I learned about plants to answer the assessment questions.

    Students will finish the district assessment about what they have learned about plants: Plants Assessment.  Students may use all graphic organizers and charts created in the previous lessons to answer the four questions.  The assessment is due today.  

    Wednesday May 6th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 4 of Charlotte’s Web and draw a picture of Wilbur’s dreary day. 

    Students will listen to chapter 4 of Charlotte's Web (22:36-31:06).  After students listen to the chapter, they will watch the video and answer the questions with Ms. Roos about Wilbur’s dreary day Wilbur's Dreary Day .  Students will then draw a picture of Wilbur’s dreary day in the barn and add labels to your picture from the list we created. 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with addition within 20.

    Students will watch the Module 5 Lesson 4 Video.  After watching the video, students will answer:Anton made a tower 5 cubes high. Ben made a tower 7 cubes high. How much taller is Ben’s tower than Anton’s? And complete: Module 5 Lesson 4 Sprint

    Social Studies (15 minutes): By the end of the lesson students will be able to identify characteristics of different types of communities and categorize them (urban, suburban, and rural)

    Learning Target: I can sort out pictures of different types of communities.

    Students will look at a  Brainpop Jr.  Rural, suburban, urban video. Students will print or draw the pictures of the images they find in each community and place the picture and the name of the picture under the community they find it in. 

    Communities

    Tuesday May 5th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 3 of Charlotte’s Web, and answer questions using information from the story. 

    Students will listen to chapter 3 of Charlotte's Web (11:23-22:33).  After listening, students will answer: Did Wilbur really want to escape?  How do you know? Make sure to use evidence from the story to support your answer! At least 3 sentences.  Students should re-watch Escape: Vocabulary Lesson if they need help answering the question! 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can describe the attributes of three dimensional shapes.

    Students will re-watch the Module 5 Lesson 3 Video.  After watching the video, students will complete the Module 5 Lesson 3 Problem Set and Exit Ticket.  PDF: Module 5 Lesson 3

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can use what I learned about plants to answer the assessment questions.

    Students will complete the district assessment about what they have learned about plants: Plants Assessment.  Students may use all graphic organizers and charts created in the previous lessons to answer the four questions.  Students will have today and Thursday to complete the assessment.  

    Plant Anchor Charts

    Monday May 4th 

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 3 of Charlotte’s Web and list the characters and setting of the chapter.

    Students will listen to Chapter 3 of Charlotte's Web (11:23-22:33) and add any new characters or setting to their charts started last week. Students will listen to the vocabulary lesson on the word escape: Escape: Vocabulary Lesson 

    Charlotte's Web PDF Students can read along while the video is playing. 

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with addition within 20.

    Students will watch the Module 5 Lesson 3 Video.  After watching the video, students will answer:Rose draws 6 triangles. Maria draws 7 triangles. How many more triangles does Maria have than Rose? And complete: Module 5 Lesson 3 Sprint

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can listen to the story The Little Red House  and think about how the physical characteristics of a place determine how a place looks and how people live there? 

    Students will watch The Little Red HouseAfter watching, students will answer: How is a farm, a town, and city different?

    The Little Red House

    Assignments For Week of April 27th-May 1st  

    Friday May 1st

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can use illustrations from the book to help me analyze the characters, the setting, and the characters actions and feelings.

    Chapter 1 and 2 Quiz

    Use this pictures from Charlotte’s

    Chap1 and2

     Web chapter 1 and 2 to help you answer the questions:

     

    • Who are the characters in the picture?
    • What are the characters doing? why? 
    • How are the characters feeling? Why?
    • What is the setting in this picture?

    ch1and2

    Math(20 minutes):By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can complete the Topic A quiz using what I learned about shape attributes. 

    Students will watch the Shapes Review Video before taking the quiz.  After watching, students will complete the Module 5 Topic A QuizThis quiz covers shape names and shape attributes. Students will try their best and show all workStudents may look back at the module videos and problem sets for guidance and support.

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can categorize an object as transparent, translucent or opaque.

    Students will re-watch the video Introduction To Light.  After watching the video, students will complete the questions: What is translucent? Give an example. What is opaque? Give an example. What is transparent? Give an example.

    Option: students may take a picture of all 3 objects that they find in their home and post them to our class story.

     

    Thursday April 30th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 2 of Charlotte’s Web and list the characters and setting of the chapter.

    Students will listen to Chapter 2 of Charlotte's Web (6:12-11:20) and add any new characters or setting to their charts started on Tuesday. In the story, it says Fern treated Wilbur like an infant.  An infant is a baby.  How do we treat babies? Can you use the word infant in a sentence?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can name shapes using their attributes. 

    Students will watch Module 5 Lesson 2 video. After watching, students will complete Module 2 Lesson 5 Problem Set and Exit Ticket if you don’t have crayons or colored pencils, just write the color in the shape! PDF: Module 5 Lesson 2

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can explain why we have to make choices.

    Students will watch the video Wants and Needs.  After watching the video, students will think about: How does our community help us meet our needs?Give an example of how our needs are met. Can people live without this need being met? Students will complete the following;

    Sentence frame:

    My community helps meet my needs by _________. __________________ help to meet our needs by ____________.  People can/cannot live without this need being met because___________.

    Example: My community helps us meet our needs by having hospitals. Hospitals help to meet our needs by taking care of us when we are sick or hurt. People cannot live well without this need being met because hospitals help us stay healthy.

    Wednesday April 29th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 1 of Charlotte’s Web, and answer questions using information from the story. 

    Students will listen to chapter 1 of Charlotte's Web (Up to 6:07).  After listening, students will answer: What did Fern talk her father out of doing?  How did she convince him?

    Video about the word convince: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eWgyvjBh_g

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can organize shapes by their attributes. 

    Students will re-watch Module 5 Lesson 1. After watching the video, students will complete Module 5 Lesson 1 Problem Set and Module 5 Lesson 1 Exit Ticket PDF: Module 5 Lesson 1

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can categorize an object as transparent, translucent or opaque.

    Students will watch the video Introduction To Light.  After watching the video, students will complete the graphic organizer: Transparent, Translucent or Opaque? and put the objects in either the transparent, translucent or opaque categories.   

    Transparent Translucent Opaque

    Tuesday April 28th

    Charlotte's Web PDF 

    Please use this link to follow along with your teacher as the book, Charlotte’s Web, is being read aloud.

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to chapter 1 of Charlotte’s Web, and explain who the main characters are and where the story takes place. 

    Students will listen to Charlotte's Web Chapter 1: Character and Setting Video.  Throughout the video, Ms. Roos has students pause and complete a character and setting chart from what is learned during chapter 1.  Students will complete the chart with Ms. Roos throughout the video.   

    Character Setting

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can complete the District iReady Assessment.

    Students will log into iReady through clever and complete the lesson titled "Build 2-digit Numbers".  Students will find this assignment under the “Teacher Assigned” heading. It is VERY important to complete this assignment because the assignment will close on Wednesday and students will no longer be able to access it.  This assignment is from the math department and is necessary to see how the first grade class is progressing. 

    iReady

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can explain why we have to make choices.

    Students will watch the video Wants and Needs.  After watching the video, students will think about: Can we get everything we want? Why not? If we can’t get everything we want, what do we have to do when buying things? 

    Since we can’t get everything we want, when we want two different things, we have to make a _____.  A choice I made was between a ____ and a _____.

    Example: Since we can’t get everything we want, when we want two different things, we have to make a _____. A choice I made was between buying pizza or buying ice cream because I couldn’t get both.  I chose pizza! 

    Monday April 27th 

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can complete the Culminating Task Activity using information from the story A Train To Somewhere. 

    Students are going to complete the Train To Somewhere Culminating Task: How does Marianne change throughout the story? Explain through writing and pictures how Marianne felt at the beginning of the story, the middle of the story, and the end of the story. Then, write a sentence about what Marianne learned.

    Students should use the graphic organizer completed in the previous lesson for support. 

    Writing Checklist

    Teacher Example

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete an Extended Constructed Response about solving equations using tens and ones. 

    Students will listen to Module 5 Lesson 1.  After watching the video, students will complete the April Extended Constructed Response . Students will show all work and use words, numbers and pictures to explain how they got their answers.

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can watch the video and explain what a shadow is.

    Students will watch Light And Shadows.  After watching the video, students will answer: How are shadows made? Can you make shadows in your house? Send me a picture of your shadow(s)!

    Shadows are created when ____________. 

    Shadows

    Assignments For Week of April 20th-24th  

    Friday April 24th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and complete the graphic organizer for the order of events in the text focusing on Mariannes feelings throughout the story. 

    Students will listen to our Story Train To Somewhere.  Students will retell the story using time order words and details to give important events from the beginning middle and end of the story. Students will use the “Marianne’s Feelings” chart from Tuesday’s lesson to help them recall Marianne’s feelings in each part of the story. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUTvhVe-JkY&t=65s

    Time Order Words

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.  

    Learning Target:I can complete the Module 2 Lesson 28 and 29 Quiz using what I learned about describing numbers as groups of tens and ones

    Students will take the Module 2 Lesson 28 and 29 Quiz.  Students will draw groups of tens and ones to describe and add numbers.  Students will try their best and show all work. Students may look back at the module videos and problem sets for guidance and support.

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can describe things that I want.

    Students will listen to the video Needs and Wants.  After watching the video, students will answer: What is the difference between a need and want? What are two things that you WANT?  

    Thursday April 23rd

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and answer questions using information from the text. 

    Students will listen to our Story Train To Somewhere.  The text says “Mrs. Book sticks the feather in the band of her droopy hat. It’s funny the way it nestles there, as if it belongs, as if it has found its place at last.” What does it mean when it says, “…as if it has found its place at last”? What has found its place? How are the feather and Marianne alike?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.  

    Learning Target: I can watch the module video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with subtraction within 10.

    Students will listen to Module 2 Lesson 29.  After watching the video, students will answer:Hae Jung had 13 markers, and she gave some to Lily. If Hae Jung then had 5 markers, how many markers did she give to Lily? And complete: Lesson 29 Fluency

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can watch The Visual System and list what I can use to be able to see in the dark. 

    Students will re-watch The Visual System: How Your Eyes Work.  After watching the video, students will answer: You and your friend are in a room with no windows. The lights go out! What are some things you could use to be able to see each other? 

    For example: If my friend and I were in a room with no lights,  I can use a _____ to be able to see.

    Light

    Wednesday April 22nd

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and answer questions using information from the text. 

    Students will listen to our Story Train To Somewhere.  The text says “Somewhere,” the conductor calls. It’s such a strange name. As if it thinks itself important. As if it’s a place surrounded by nowhere.” Somewhere is a word used when you want to talk about a place without saying exactly where you mean. Answer: Is Somewhere an important place or an unimportant place? What is the author trying to tell us about Somewhere?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.  

    Learning Target: I can make a ten when adding, in a two step problem. 

    Students will Module 2 Lesson 28 After watching the video, students will complete Module 2 Lesson 28 Problem Set and Exit Ticket PDF: Lesson 28 PDF

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can explain what needs are. 

    Students will listen to Needs Vs. Wants.  After watching the video, students will answer: What are our NEEDS? Why do we need these things? 

    Needs and Wants

    Tuesday April 21st

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and describe how Marianne’s feelings change using evidence from the story.

    Students will listen to our Story Train To Somewhere. Throughout the text, the author gives clues about how Marianne is feeling We are going to complete the Marianne's Feelings Chart with how Marianne is feeling each day.  Students will listen to minute 15:00-15:15 What is Marianne feeling? How do you know?

    Students will listen to minute 15:15-15:58 What is Marianne feeling? How do you know?

    For example: Listen to minute 13:23-14:10.  Marianne is feeling hopeful. She met Tilly Book and her husband and they want to adopt her, they understand her.  

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.  

    Learning Target:I can watch lesson 28 video and complete a fluency activity that will help me with addition within 20. 

    Students will listen to Module 2 Lesson 28.  After watching the video, students will answer: Ruben has 7 blue cars and 6 red cars. If Ruben puts all of the blue cars in his car carrier that carries 10 cars, how many red cars will fit in the carrier, and how many will be left out of the carrier? And complete the Lesson 28 Sprint

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can watch The Visual System and observe what I can see in a dark room.

    Students will watch The Visual System: How Your Eyes Work.  After watching the video, students will go into a dark room of their house and write down what they can still see.

    Monday April 20th 

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and describe how Marianne’s feelings change using evidence from the story.

    Students will listen to our Story Train To Somewhere. Throughout the text, the author gives clues about how Marianne is feeling We are going to complete the Marianne's Feelings Chart with how Marianne is feeling each day.  Students will listen to minute 11:06-11:30 What is Marianne feeling? How do you know?

    Students will listen to minute 13:23-14:10 What is Marianne feeling? How do you know?

    For example: Listen to minute 10:07-10:30.  Marianne is feeling unwanted. Her mother was not at the stop and people adopted the other children and did not want Marianne. 

    A link to my lesson for students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NhL_GMpEdU&feature=youtu.be

    Marianne's Feelings

    Math (20 minute): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.  

    Learning Target: I can describe numbers as groups of tens and groups of ones. 

    Students will re-watch Module 2 Lesson 27.  After watching the video, students will complete Module 2 Lesson 27 Problem Set and Exit Ticket.  PDF: Module 2 Lesson 27

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can listen to the story Something Good and discuss what the characters consider to be “good food”

    Students will watch Something GoodAfter watching, students will answer: Tyya said that sometimes her dad doesn’t buy “good” food. What kind of things did her dad buy? What did Tyya consider “good” food?

    Assignments For Week of April 6th-9th  

    Thursday April 9th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and describe how Marianne’s feelings change using evidence from the story.

    Students will listen to our story Train To Somewhere. Throughout the text, the author gives clues about how Marianne is feeling We are going to complete the Marianne's Feelings chart with how Marianne is feeling each day. Students will listen to minute 9:08-9:25 What is Marianne feeling? How do you know?

    Students will listen to minute 10:07-10:30 What is Marianne feeling? How do you know?

    Use the chart to help you choose different feeling words

    For example: Listen to minute 7:00-7:40.  Marianne is feeling hopeful to find her mother because her mother told her that she was going West to make a new life for them and Marianne is heading West too. 

    Math (20 minutes): Learning Target: I can complete the Module 2 Lesson 26 and 27 Quiz using what I learned about describing numbers as groups of tens and ones. 

    Students will take the Module 2 Lesson 26 and 27 Quiz Students will draw groups of tens and ones to describe and add numbers.  Students will try their best and show all work. Students may look back at the module videos and problem sets for guidance and support.

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can listen to the story and discuss the differences between long ago and current transportation.  

    Students will watch the story Transportation.  After watching, students will compare and contrast transportation from long ago to transportation from today. 

    Science (15 minutes):Learning Target: I can explain what the function is of each part of the plant.

    Students will re-watch the BrainPOP video Parts of a Plant.  After watching, students will write down the function (what the part does) of each part of the plant using the Plant Functions Graphic Organizer 

    Wednesday April 8th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and answer questions about Marianne using evidence from the story. 

    Students will listen to our story Train To Somewhere. After watching the video, students will re-listen to minute 3:55-4:35 and answer: What is the first thing Marianne does when she gets off the train? What does she realize? How does Marianne feel when she realizes her mother is not there?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady.

    Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that helps me with addition within 20.  

    Students will listen to the Module 2 Lesson 27 video.  After watching the video, students will answer: Ruben was putting away his 14 toy cars. He filled his car carrier and had 4 cars left that could not fit. How many cars fit in his car carrier? And complete the fluency activity: Lesson 27 Sprint 

    Social Studies (15 minutes):  How is school today different from schools 150 years ago? 

    Learning Target: I can compare and contrast how school in the past is different from school in the present.

    Students will watch the youtube video Schools Then and Now  After watching the video, students will write sentences comparing and contrasting what they know about schools now and schools 150 years ago.  Student will use comparing and contrasting words such as: both, also, too, like, and however

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can label the parts of the plant.

    Students will watch the BrainPOP video Parts of a Plant.  After watching the video, students will label the parts of the plant on the graphic organizer.  Parts of A Flower

    Tuesday April 7th

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and answer questions about the characters using evidence from the story. 

    Students will listen to our story Train To Somewhere. After watching the video, students will re-listen up to minute 1:29 and answer: An orphan is a child whose parents have died or abandoned (left) them. Why are the fourteen orphans boarding the train? What does the conductor mean when he says, “Going for a placing-out, are you?”

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can describe a number as a group of tens and ones. 

    Students will re-watch Module 2 Lesson 26.  After watching the video, students will complete Module 2 Lesson 26 Problem Set and Module 2 Lesson 26 Exit Ticket.  PDF: Lesson 26 PDF

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can compare and contrast toys from the past and toys from the present (now). 

    Students will watch the video 100 Years of Toys.After watching the video, students will complete the toy sort by writing “past” or “present” under the image of the toy Past and Present Toys

    Science (15 minutes):Learning Target: I can watch the video about the plant life cycle and complete the life cycle diagram. 

    Students will re-watch the BrainPOP Jr video Plant Life Cycle After watching the video, students will complete a diagram of the life cycle listing how the plant changes over time. 

    Monday April 6th 

    ELA (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 30 minutes of iRead.

    Learning Target: I can listen to Train To Somewhere and recount the story elements. 

    Students will listen to our new story Train To Somewhere.  This story is about the real Orphan Trains that would bring orphans to the West to find a family.  Marianne is an orphan on the train that is looking for her mother. After reading, answer the question: Who are the main characters of this story? What is the setting of the story?

    Math (20 minutes): By the end of the week, students should complete 45-60 minutes of iReady. 

    Learning Target: I can listen to the module video and complete a fluency activity that helps me with addition within 20. 

    Students will listen to Module 2 Lesson 26.  After watching the video, students will answer: Ruben has 18 toy cars. His car carrier holds 10 toy cars. If Ruben’s carrier is full, how many cars are in the carrier, and how many cars are outside of the carrier? And complete the fluency activity: Lesson 4 Sprint

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Students are going to learn about life long ago and life today. 

    Learning Target: I can explain what life was like long ago. 

     Watch the video Long Ago and Now.  After watching, answer the following: What would your life be like long ago? Where would you live? How would you dress? How would you get from place to place?

    Science (15 minutes): Learning Target: I can watch the video about the plant life cycle and list examples of plants and where I’ve seen them.  

    Students will watch the BrainPOP Jr video Plant Life Cycle After watching the video, students will answer: What are some examples of plants we might see? Where do we see plants? What are some things that plants need in order to grow? 

    Assignments for March 30th-April 3rd: Take a picture of all finished work and send it to me on dojo!   

    Friday April 2nd Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our story Eat Like a Bear.  Students are going to complete the Eat Like A Bear Culminating Task: Each student will write/draw about two kinds of food the bear eats and how they gather that food source, including where and when they gathered the foodTeacher EXAMPLE

    Writing Checklist

    Math (20 minutes): After students have completed all lessons for this week, they will take this week's quiz Module 4 Topic F Lessons 26-28 Quiz.  The quiz covers addition with two two-digit numbers.  Students will draw pictures of their ten sticks and one circles or use number bonds and show the steps used for each number sentence. Students will try their best and show all work.  Students may look back at the module videos and problem sets for guidance and support.

    Social Studies (15 minutes): This week we learned that culture is a way a group of people live.  We learned that there are many different aspects of culture such as, language, clothing, shelter, food, celebrations and religion.  Students are going to think about their own culture and what makes them unique. Students will complete the My Culture Project by filling in the boxes with pictures or words about your culture!

    Bolivia  

    Science (15 minutes):Students will watch the Rubber Band Instrument Experiment. If students have the materials at home, they can even make their own rubber band instrument to do the experiment! Directions linked here: Rubber Band Instrument

    After students watch the experiment, they will answer: Explain what vibrates to create their sound in the instrument, and how you know this 

    For example: When I talk, my vocal cords vibrate to create sound that comes out of my mouth.  I know this because I can feel my throat vibrate when I talk. 

    Thursday April 2nd Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our story Eat Like a BearStudents will use the chart and choose two months to write two complete sentences about how the bear finds food. 

    Example: In April, the bear claws the melting snow to find a frozen bison.  

    Eat Like A bear

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 28. Students may choose whichever strategy they feel most comfortable with to complete the Lesson 28 Problem Set and Lesson 28 Exit Ticket  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 28. 

    Social Studies (15 minutes): Students will re-read the passage about Culture.  After students read the passage,  they will complete the Culture Picture Sort.  Students will cut and paste the images into the correct aspect of culture.  Students may also write the names of the images into the correct categories. 

    Science (15 minutes): Students will watch the video What Is Sound?.  We know that there needs to be vibrations in order for us to hear sounds, but what are vibrations? Put your fingers on your throat and make sounds with your mouth.  What do you feel? What do you think this sensation is?

    When I make sounds with my mouth, I can feel my throat ______.  I think this is ______ because________.

    Wednesday April 1st Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes):  Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our story Eat Like a Bear Students will listen for action words the bear does to get food (verbs).  Students will circle all of the words that are action verbs the bear does.

    Verbs  

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4  Lesson 27.  This lesson is a review of adding two two-digit numbers using the two step equation and number bond from lesson 26. After watching the video, students will answer:During the winter, it snowed on 14 different days. On some of the days, we got to stay home. For 9 of the snowy days, we had to go to school. For how many days did we get to stay home? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.Students will also complete today’s fluency activity Lesson 27 Sprint.  Also found https://www.orange.k12.nj.us/cms/lib/NJ01000601/Centricity/Domain/2052/Grade%201%20Module%204%20Exit%20Tickets.pdf Under page 2 of the “Sprint and Fluency Packet”

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will read the passage about Culture and write down the five parts that make up a person’s culture. 

    Science (15 minutes): Students will listen to the video All About Sounds.  After students watch the video, they will answer the question: What needs to happen to make a sound? 

    To make a sound, there needs to be _________.  

    Tuesday March 31st Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes):  Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our story Eat Like a Bear Question: What is the bear preparing for? Why is it important for the bear to prepare?

    Math (20 minutes): Students will watch the Module 4 Lesson Lesson 27.  After watching the video, students will complete Problem Set 27  and Lesson 27 Exit Ticket Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 27. 

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will listen to the  story We are Alike, We are Different After students have watched the video, they will write an example of how people are similar and how people are different. 

    For example: All people are similar because they eat food.  People are different because some people like to eat pizza and some people like to eat tacos. 

    Science (15 minutes): Students will listen to the story The Listening Walk.  After students listen to the story, they will do a listening walk around their house and write down all sounds that they hear.  

    For example: I hear cars drive by, the sink running, the TV in the background, footsteps walking down the stairs. 

    Monday March 30th Assignments:

     ELA (20 minutes):  Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our story Eat Like a Bear The bear needs fat to get ready for hibernation.  Listen to the months that pass by and what the bear eats during those months and write down what you hear on a sheet of paper.

    Example.  In April, the bear eats a frozen bison.  

    Math (20 minutes): Students will watch the Module 4 Lesson Lesson 26.  This lesson shows students how to add two two-digit numbers.  After watching the video, students will answer: It snowed 7 days in February and the same number of days in March.

    How many days did it snow in those 2 months? Use the RDW (Read, Draw, Write) process to

    solve the problem. Students will also complete today’s fluency activity Lesson 26 Fluency.  Also found https://www.orange.k12.nj.us/cms/lib/NJ01000601/Centricity/Domain/2052/Grade%201%20Module%204%20Exit%20Tickets.pdf Under page 17 of the “Sprint and Fluency Packet”

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will listen to the BrainPOP Rosa Parks video.  After students have watched the video, they will write one way they are SIMILAR to Rosa Parks and one way they are DIFFERENT from Rosa Parks. 

    Science(15 minutes): Students will watch the video about  The Five Senses.  After students watch the video, they will write/draw one thing that they can hear, see, smell, touch, taste

    For example: I can see the sun, I can hear the music, I can smell the flowers, I can touch the pencil, I can taste the cookies.   

     

    Assignments for Week of March 23rd-27th   

    Friday March 27th Assignments: 

    ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our story Eat Like a Bear.  While reading, students will take note of the different things that the bear is eating.  Students will sort what the bear has eaten into two categories.  

    1. Living Creatures                                                     2. Plants 

    Words to sort: frozen Bison, huckleberries, ground squirrel, parsnips stems, trout, ants, pinecone, cutworm moths, horsetails, sedges, dandelions, roots

    Eat Like a Bear Picture Sort

    Math (20 minutes):  After students have completed all lessons for this week, they will take this week's quiz Module 4 Topic F Lessons 23-25.  The quiz covers addition with tens and ones.  Students will draw pictures of their ten sticks and one circles and show the steps used for each number sentence. Students will try their best and show all work.  Students may look back at the module videos and problem sets for guidance and support.

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will listen to the BrainPOP Rosa Parks video.  After students have watched the video, they will answer:

    What did Rosa Parks do that made history? 

    Science(15 minutes): Students will look back through the materials they have completed during the study of habitats.  Students will write down a list of animals that live in the desert, wetlands and rainforest. 

     Habitats

    Thursday March 26th Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will listen to our new story Eat Like a Bear.  This story is about how a bear prepares for hibernation.  After reading, answer the question: Who is the main character of this story? What is the setting of the story?

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 26.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 26.  This lesson provides students more practice with adding two digit numbers by grouping tens together and ones together. After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 26 Problem Set.  Students must complete exit ticket.  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 26

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will listen to the BrainPOP Rosa Parks video.  After students have watched the video, they will complete the Rosa Parks Character Chart. Remember: Adjectives are words that describe something. Ex:  Rosa Parks was brave.  

    Science(15 minutes): We will continue our mini unit on habitats.  Today students will learn about rainforest habitats.  Students will watch the BrainPOP video.  After students watch the video, they will answer the question: How does the Pitcher Plant adapt?

    Example: The air plant does not need soil to grow.  The air plant grows on tall trees so it can get more sunlight because the rainforest floor does not get a lot of sunlight.   

    Wednesday March 25th Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth.  Students will complete the Dear Children of the Earth Culminating Task: What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.  Students will use one example they created from yesterday’s lesson for this writing task.  Teacher EXAMPLE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube. 

    Writing

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 25.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 25.  This lesson provides students more practice with adding two digit numbers by grouping tens together and ones together. After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 25 Problem Set.  Students must complete exit ticket.  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 25 

    Social Studies(15 minutes): We are continuing our study of important women for Women’s History Month. We will now learn about Rosa Parks. Students will listen to the BrainPOP Rosa Parks video.  After students have watched the video, they will draw a picture of Rosa Parks. 

    Science(15 minutes): We will continue our mini unit on habitats.  Today students will learn about desert habitats.  Students will watch the BrainPOP video.  After students watch the video, students will write down something that they learned about the desert.  

    Tuesday March 24th Assignments:

    ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth . Students will think about what they can do to take care of Mother Earth’s beautiful things.  In your mind, can you think of one way to take care of the part of Earth that you chose to care for?  

    I know that we need to take care of the ______ so that _________. I can take care of the ________ by _________________________. 

    Students will need one complete sentence by the end of this lesson. 

    Example: I know that we need to take care of the trees so that the birds can have a place to sing.  I can take care of the trees by asking kids not to break the branches.  

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube. 

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 24.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 24.  This lesson shows students how to add two digit numbers by grouping tens together and ones together.  After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 24 Problem Set.  Students must complete exit ticket.  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 24 

    Math

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will listen to the Oprah Winfrey video. Once students listen to the video, they will complete the Oprah WritingThe question is: Why is Oprah a role model? Write in complete sentences and use evidence from the video to support your examples.  

    Science(15 minutes): We will continue our mini unit on habitats.  Today students will learn about freshwater habitats.  Students will watch the BrainPOP video.  After students watch the video, they will list as many freshwater animals as they can remember from the movie, and any others they know, too.  

    Pond

    Monday March 23rd Assignments:

     ELA (20 minutes): Students should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth .  Students will answer the questions: There are 2 lion cubs. They look alike, but each is special, like you. What makes you special in a way that proves there is “only one of you”, even though there are many children on Earth? 

     Use this sentence frame to help with your writing: 

    There are many children on earth, but I am special because__________________________. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube. 

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 23.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 23.  This lesson shows students how to describe two digit numbers in different ways using tens and ones.  For example: 23 is 2 tens and 3 ones, 23 ones, 1 ten and 13 ones.  After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 23 Problem Set.  Students must complete exit ticket.  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 23

    Social Studies(15 minutes): Students will listen to the Oprah Winfrey video. Once students listen to the video, they will write one way they are SIMILAR to Oprah and one way they are  DIFFERENT from Oprah.   

    Science(15 minutes): We will begin a mini unit on habitats.  Students will watch the video What is a habitat?.   Describe your environment. What is the weather like all year? Do they have different seasons? Think about how you dress at different times of the year. 

     
     
    Tuesday March 17th Assignments: Once students have completed all work, take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo! 
     
    ELA (20 minutes): Student should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth. Students will answer the questions What happens when many people do a little thing? What does the earth want every person to STOP doing?. Students will write the answer down in their notebooks or on a piece of paper and take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo! 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube.
     
    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 17.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 17 Video.  After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 17.  Students must complet the exit ticket .  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 17.  Once students have finished the work, take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo!
     
    Social Studies (15 minutes): Students will listen to the Harriet Tubman BrainPop Jr. video. Once students listen to the video, they will write a response to the following question using examples and details learned in the video. Once students have finished the work, take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo!
    Question: How did Harriet Tubman use courage to change things in America?
     
    Science (15 minutes): Students will continue to study wheat.  Students will listen to The Little Red Hen.  After students listen to the story, they will make a timeline of how the wheat seed is planted and then we make bread.  Students will then look at household items that are made out of wheat and wheat flour and make a list of all of the items that they find.
     

    Wednesday March 18th Assignments

    ELA (20 minutes): Student should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth.  Students will answer the questions: What is the biggest, most important thing you can do to help the earth? If we love, care for and protect the earth, what will happen? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube.

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 19 where they will use a tape diagram to help organize story problems.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 19.  After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 19 Problem Set.  Students must complete exit ticket.  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 19. 

    Social Studies (20 minutes): Students will listen to the Oprah Winfrey video.  Once students listen to the video, they will complete the Oprah graphic organizer using information from the video. 

    Science (20 minutes): Students will be learning about how different animals move.  Students will watch ways Animals Move After students watch the video, they will sort the animals cards into four categories: Animals that can swim, animals that can jump, animals that can fly and animals that can run.  Students can either cut the pictures out and sort them or write the names down. Once students are done, take a picture of the sort and send it to me on dojo! 

     Thursday March 19th Assignments

    ELA (20 minutes):  Student should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth . Today as we read the book again, we are going to look carefully at the pictures, and talk about them. We are going to ask ourselves these questions:  “Does this picture match what the author is saying about taking care of the earth, or does the picture add to what the author is saying by providing more information? If the picture does not match, why do you think the illustrator used it here?” Students will answer the questions:  Do you see something that you don’t usually see in an ocean painting? (slide 5 minute 1:04-1:13)  The author is telling us that the animals are worried and why. How do you think the animals look in these pictures? Does that support what the author is sharing? (slide 7 minute 1:45-2:00) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube.

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 20 where students will use a tape diagram to organize story problems.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 20.  After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 20 Problem Set.  Students must complete exit ticket.  Students also need to complete 20 minutes of i-Ready. The lesson pages can also be found in the green math workbook under lesson 20.

    Social Studies (20 minutes): Students will listen to the Oprah Winfrey video. Once students listen to the video, they will complete the character chart of Oprah using adjectives that describe the kind of person she is.  Once students have completed the chart, they will take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo! 

    Science (20 minutes): Students will watch the BrainPoP Jr video about animal classifications. After students watch the video, they will complete the animal classification sheet where they will write down types of animals that fit into each of the categories.  (Once students are finished, they will take a picture of the chart and send it to me on dojo!)

     Animal Classification

    Friday March 20th Assignments 

     ELA (20 minutes): Student should go on i-Read for 20 minutes.  After students go on i-Read, they will read Dear Children Of The Earth . We are still looking carefully at the pictures to see if the picture matches what the author is saying about taking care of the earth or if the picture adds to what the author is saying by providing more information.  Students will answer the questions: What do you see here? Does it help us to understand the idea of getting people to stop doing things that hurt the earth? What kinds of pictures could the illustrator have used to match the text? (slide 12 minute 3:08-3:18) Students will write the answer down in their notebooks or on a piece of paper and take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM You can also listen to the story on youtube.

    Math (20 minutes): Students will complete Module 4 Lesson 21 where students will use a tape diagram to organize story problems.  You will listen to the youtube video Lesson 21.  After watching the video, students will complete Lesson 21 Problem Set.  After students have completed all lessons for this week, they will take this week's quiz from lessons 17-21.  Students will try their best and show all work.  Student may look back at the module videos and problem sets for guidance and support. Once the quiz is complete, students will take a picture of their work and send it to me on dojo!  

    Social Studies(20 minutes): Students will listen to the Oprah Winfrey video. Once students listen to the video, they will complete the Oprah acrostic poem.  The poem can be just one word or a sentence.  Remember, the word has to start with the letter of the acrostic poem! 

    How To Write An Acrostic Poem

    Science(20 minutes): Students will watch the BrainPopJr video about plant adaptations Students will choose one plant adaptation (to get more water, to shed water, to find sunlight etc) and explain how the plant adapted.  For example: The rainforest floor doesn't get a lot of sunlight. So, some plants grow large leaves to take in as much light as they can. Kudzu is a vine that can grow really quickly. It can climb up tall trees so it can get out of the shade and reach sunny areas. (once students have completed the writing task, they will take a picture of it and send it to me on dojo!) 

    Plant Adaptations