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     Dear Parents and Students,

    Welcome to the Extended Learning Resource Page for Ms. Gonzalez's classroom.  This page was created to provide students working from home with access to assignments, links, assessments, and practice resources.  Schools will continue to be closed for the reaminder of the 2019-2020 school year due to COVID-19. No information is available yet on ESY 2020.


     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.

     


     

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     Office Hours

    I will be available daily to answer any questions you may have.  My virtual Office Hours are as follows:

    AM, Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 11:00AM

    PM, Monday – Friday: 1:00PM – 3:00PM

     

     Contact Information:

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

    You can reach me on ClassDojo or through my school email gonzalas@orange.k12.nj.us

    You can reach Ms. Ward on ClassDojo or through her school email wardtele@orange.k12.nj.us

    You can reach Ms. Kirk on ClassDojo or through her school email kirkbrid@orange.k12.nj.us

     


     Assignments

    Assignments for Week June 1- June 5

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

     

    Every Monday I will be available during “virtual office hours” for a google meet and/or google phone conference if you prefer (like a regular phone call just through the school). We can discuss the assignments, anything you can do differently, strategies, etc. If you would like to “meet” with me please send me a message via classdojo and I will provide you with either the google meet link OR the phone number to dial into. Thank you! :)

    RETHINK

    This program was used daily with students. Try to do this every other day to maintain skills with the activities. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY June 1: Before reading the story "A Visit to the Farm", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

     

     

    • What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.

    • Review and discuss the vocabulary words.

    • Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

     

     

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

    TUESDAY June 2:

    Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. 

    WEDNESDAY June 3:

    Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

    THURSDAY June 4:

    Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. 

    FRIDAY June 5:

    The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

    CLICK HERE FOR THE ELA PAGES 

     

    MATH (15-20 MINS EACH DAY)

    In Chapter 11 of Go Math we will be identifying items with measurable attributes. Which one is shorter, taller, longer, smaller, heavy, light or the same?

    Monday, June 1: First we are going over length!

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 11 then press 11.1.

     

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

     

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 11.1 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 11.1) For this and the next lesson please print out and cut out the extra set of cubes to use for length and height. This will help your child count out the number needed and paste it under and/or next to the cubes already on the page. (Example: Page 650 number 1 shows an example of someone creating a cube train longer than the colored one on top. Number 2 and 3 require your child to do this as well. Cut and paste.) 

    Complete pages 649-654.

     

    Tuesday, June 2: Now we go over height!

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 11 then press 11.1.

     

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

     

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 11.2 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 11.2) This is the exact same as 11.1 but using the cubes for height. Have the extra cubes cut out and help your child count to make it taller or shorter than the one printed. Complete pages 655-660.

     

    Wednesday, June 3: (we are skipping 11.3, you can do it still if you wish on the interactive/mini lesson)

    Now let’s go over weight!

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 11 then press 11.4.

     

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

     

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 11.4 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 11.4) For these pages now you will try to find the objects listed on the pages. One will be held in your left hand and the other in your right. Make sure to circle the answer according to the question given.

    Complete pages 667-672.

     

    Thursday, June 4:

    Now let’s go over length, height and weight!

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 11 then press 11.5.

     

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

     

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 11.5 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 11.5) These are reviewing all the things we just learned. Please try your best as it’s hard to put all these things together. We will focus more on each next week to review for the test. Complete pages 673-678.

     

    Friday, June 5:

    MID-CHAPTER REVIEW 

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH PAGES 



    Science 3 times this week

    Monday June 1:

    This week and next we will learn and experiment with sink or float! This is a fun activity to do with your kids since it’s getting nicer outside and what kid doesn’t love water! :)

    Watch the brainpop video on Sink or Float found here: https://jr.brainpop.com/science/forces/sinkorfloat/ (username/password: parkave123)

    After you are done watching the video press on Games and play the drag and drop game provided. Show your teacher when you're done by taking a picture of the screen!

     

    Wednesday June 3

    Today we will learn about the terms used in why/how something sinks or floats!

    Buoyancy/Buoyant and Dense/Density.

     

    The video below on youtube explains the differences and is very good at explaining why something even though it may look BIG can float!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMlXU97E-uQ

    Complete the worksheet “Show what I know” and answer the questions to the best of your ability.

     

    Friday June 5:

    Today I just want you to PREDICT what may sink/float for next week DO NOT ACTUALLY DO THE EXPERIMENT UNTIL NEXT WEEK! (worksheet: MAKING PREDICTIONS) 

    FIND A MINIMUM OF FIVE THINGS IN YOUR HOUSE YOU WANT TO PUT INTO WATER. Write down the object on the worksheet making predictions, describe what it looks like or feels like? Does it look heavy/light? Does it feel heavy/light? Etc write this down then make a prediction of what you think will happen to it when you put it in water! Next Tuesday you will test your predictions and say what actually happened! You can do more than 5 if you wish! SAVE THIS WORKSHEET FOR NEXT WEEK YOU WILL NEED IT FOR TUESDAY!

     CLICK HERE FOR SCIENCE PAGES



    Social Studies 2 times this week

    Tuesday June 2th- 

    We are still working on community helpers this week!

    THis week brainpop jr added a video on community helpers. It goes through all the jobs inside a community that are helpful to our society!

     

    https://jr.brainpop.com/socialstudies/communities/communityhelpers/ (username/password: parkave123) After watching the video press on games and play the fun matching game on all the community helpers mentioned in the video.

     

    Thursday June 4th-

    Today we will learn about a farmer! They are very important since they give us our foods, such as fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy (milk, etc.) If we didn’t have farmers we would not have supermarkets!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muoi8XcHfZY (This video shows the different types of farmers some only do meat, some only do produce)

    Complete the worksheet!

    CLICK HERE FOR SS PAGES 

     

     

     

    Assignments  Week May 26- May 29

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

     

    Every Monday I will be available during “virtual office hours” for a google meet and/or google phone conference if you prefer (like a regular phone call just through the school). We can discuss the assignments, anything you can do differently, strategies, etc. If you would like to “meet” with me please send me a message via classdojo and I will provide you with either the google meet link OR the phone number to dial into. Thank you! :)

    RETHINK

    This program was used daily with students. Try to do this every other day to maintain skills with the activities. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

     

     

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    TUESDAY May 26: Before reading the story "Erica’s Best Friend", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

     

     

    • What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.

    • Review and discuss the vocabulary words.

    • Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

     

     

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

    WEDNESDAY May 27:

    Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. 

    THURSDAY May 28:

    Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

    FRIDAY May 29:

    Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. 

    The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

     

    CLICK HERE FOR ELA PAGES 

     

     

     

    MATH (15-20 MINS EACH DAY)

    In Chapter 10 of Go Math we will now be going over prepositions above/below, 

    TUESDAY, May 26:

    REVIEW THE POSITIONS ABOVE AND BELOW USING THIS FUN GAME.

    https://www.mathgames.com/skill/P.3-positions-above-below

     

    WEDNESDAY, May 27: 

    REVIEW THE POSITIONS BY PRESSING ON THE RIGHT WORD!

    https://www.splashlearn.com/math-skills/kindergarten-grade/geometry-gk/positional-words

     

    THURSDAY, MAY 28:

    Review all the positions by completing this positional workbook. Have your child identify where the position is before they glue. Also you can work on identifying animals, places, etc. (YOU ONLY NEED HALF THE BOOKLET ON EACH PAGE, BUT IF YOU WANT EXTRA PRACTICE USE BOTH)

     

     

    FRIDAY, MAY 29: 

    TAKE THE CHAPTER 10 TEST 

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH PAGES

     

     

     

    Science 2 times this week

    This week we will learn about different clouds and how clouds are made!

    Wednesday May 27th-

    Watch this brainpop video on clouds. https://www.brainpop.com/science/weather/clouds/ (username/password: parkave123) Then complete the booklet on the different clouds, draw the clouds based on what you saw in the video and trace the sentences to describe each cloud.

     

    Friday May 29th

     

    Today I want you to try to make your own cloud in a jar. This technique requires a jar, warm water, hair spray and ice cubes. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KdH--dZhlc (here is a link to what it should look like when you complete it, if you don't have the materials just watch the video it's a fun experiment to show clouds! :))

    Discuss what you saw and show me a picture if you did it!

     

    CLICK HERE FOR SCIENCE PAGES

     

     

    Social Studies 2 times this week

    Tuesday May 26th- 

     

    This week we will talk about our community helpers/essential workers! First doctors! The video below shows there are different types of doctors! When and why you go to the doctor and more!

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwx2Z69S0YA

    Complete the worksheet on doctors. The answer to the problem is (stethoscope) try to have your child label the letter according to the picture below the box. (EXAMPLE: UNDER THE FIRST BOX IT HAS A STRAWBERRY, ASK YOUR CHILD WHAT LETTER IS "SSSSSSS" they should say S and then have them write the letter s, then go on to the next picture it's a tree, ask your child what letter is (MAKE THE SOUND DO NOT SAY THE LETTER FOR THEM) "ttt" they should say t.)

    For students who cannot idenfy their letter sounds yet, have them identify the letter out of a field of 2. Put up 2 options for them and have them point to the correct letter you said.

     

    Thursday May 28th-

    Today it's all about police officers!

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6bdvb_xXgA

     

    Complete the worksheet on police officers. You can always draw next to the options if your child needs a visual if they cannot read or understand what the word you said meant.

    CLICK HERE FOR SOCIAL STUDIES WORKSHEETS

     

     

     

     

     


    Assignments for Week May 18- May 21

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 10 am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

     

    Every Monday I will be available during “virtual office hours” for a google meet and/or google phone conference if you prefer (like a regular phone call just through the school). We can discuss the assignments, anything you can do differently, strategies, etc. If you would like to “meet” with me please send me a message via classdojo and I will provide you with either the google meet link OR the phone number to dial into. Thank you! :)

     

    RETHINK

    This program was used daily with students. Try to do this every other day to maintain skills with the activities. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY May 18: Before reading the story "Outdoor Fun", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

     

     

    • What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.

    • Review and discuss the vocabulary words.

    • Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

     

     

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

    TUESDAY May 19:

    Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. 

    WEDNESDAY May 20:

    Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

    THURSDAY May 21:

    Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. 

    AFTER completing the sentences have students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included. (IF YOU WISH TO DO THIS ON FRIDAY OUR OFF DAY YOU CAN)

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

    CLICK HERE FOR ELA PAGES 

    MATH (15-20 MINS EACH DAY)

    In the second half of Chapter 10 we will be going over prepositions such as in front of, behind, etc. We will skip over 10.7.

    Monday, May 18: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.6.

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.6 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.6) For page 603 sort the shapes that are page 604. Cut out the shapes and paste them into the appropriate categories 2D or 3D shapes.

    On page 605 color the correct shapes according to the directions.  Teh complete all the pages according to the directions at the bottom of each page to page 608. REMEMBER: FLAT = 2D SHAPES (CIRCLE, SQUARE, TRIANGLE, ETC.) SOLID  = 3D SHAPES (CUBE, CONE, CLYINDER, ETC.)

     

    Tuesday, May 19: 

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.8.

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.8 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.8) On pages 615-619 I want the students to go over the shapes first by pointing to the shape being asked. FOR EXAMPLE on page 616 the directions are as follows

    "1. Circle the object that is shaped like a cone below the play set. Mark an X on the object that is shaped like a cube above the play set. Color the object that is shaped like a cylinder above the play set." 

    Have your child find/point to the cone first then go over where the cone is. Have your child try to repeat after you that the cone is BELOW the play set. Then do the same for the next with the cube and so on and so forth. This will help them isolate different terms. Then complete the rest of the pages up until page 620.

     

    Wednesday, May 20:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.9. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.9 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.9)  

    Just like what was done for the previous lesson, have the students go over/find/point to the shapes first then go over the preposition. This time we are learning next to and beside TWO terms that basically mean the same thing. Complete pages 621-626.

     

    Thursday, May 21:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.10. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.10 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.10) 

    Just like what was done for the previous lesson, have the students go over/find/point to the shapes first then go over the preposition. This time we are learning in front of and behind. Complete pages 626-632.

     

    ***THESE ARE HARD CONCEPTS SO PLEASE DON'T BE DISCOURAGED IF YOUR CHILD IS NOT PICKING UP ON IT, WE WILL REVIEW ALL THE CONCEPTS AGAIN IN THE FOLLOWING WEEK!***

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH PAGES 

     

     

    Science 2 times this week

    Monday MAY 18th- This week we will be learning about the water cycle.

    Why does it rain? Watch the brainpopjr video and complete the easy quiz.

    https://jr.brainpop.com/science/weather/watercycle/

     

    Wednesday May 20th-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt1MGEDIpEc

    Watch the science experiment on how we can make it "rain" in a cup using household items. If you want to do this at home you will need a clear plastic cup, shaving cream (for "clouds") and blue food dye (this will be the rain). 

    Fill the cup up 3/4 with water, then put shaving cream at the top to look like clouds. Next add food coloring to the clouds from the top. As you keep adding drops the "clouds" get "too full with water" from the food dye. SOMETHING HAPPENS! Make a prediction by drawing on what will happen then draw WHAT actually happened.

    CLICK HERE FOR RAIN IN THE CUP PAGE

     

    Social Studies 2 times this week

    This week we will be learning about patriotic holidays in the USA. One day is coming up and another is over the summer!

    Tuesday May 19th- 

    https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/memorialday/ 

    Watch the video on memorial day and complete the simple worksheet on memorial day.

    Thursday May 21st- 

    https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/declarationofindependence/ 

    Watch the video on how we got independence day and why!

    Then complete the worksheet.

    CLICK HERE FOR SOCIAL STUDIES WORKSHEETS 

     

     

     

    Assignments for Week May 11- May 15

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

     

    Every Monday I will be available during “virtual office hours” for a google meet and/or google phone conference if you prefer (like a regular phone call just through the school). We can discuss the assignments, anything you can do differently, strategies, etc. If you would like to “meet” with me please send me a message via classdojo and I will provide you with either the google meet link OR the phone number to dial into. Thank you! :)

     

    RETHINK

    This program was used daily with students. Try to do this every other day to maintain skills with the activities. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY May 11: Before reading the story "Mother’s Day Surprise", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

     

     

    • What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.

    • Review and discuss the vocabulary words.

    • Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

     

     

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

    TUESDAY May 12:

    Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. 

    WEDNESDAY May 13:

    Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

    THURSDAY May 14:

    Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. 

    FRIDAY May 15:

    The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

    CLICK HERE FOR ELA PAGES 

     

    MATH (15-20 MINS EACH DAY)

    In Chapter 10 of Go Math we will be going over identifying, naming and describing attributes of 3D shapes: spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones. We will also compare and contrast shape attributes using the words alike and different and use the strategy “draw a picture” to solve problems.

    Monday, May 11:This week will review our 3D shapes before we take our mid-chapter review before moving on to prepositions. 

    Review the 3D shape (sphere) and the vocabulary of words that go with it. How do we describe a sphere? It’s curved, it’s round, it has no vertices, it has no lines, it has no sides. Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/2d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

     

    Tuesday, May 12: 

    Review the 3D shape (cubes) and the vocabulary of words that go with it. How do we describe a cube? It’s flat, it doesn’t roll, it’s stacks and it has sides. Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/3d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

    Wednesday, may 13:

    Review the 3D shape (cylinders) and the vocabulary of words that go with it. How do we describe a cylinder? It’s flat and round, it does roll, it does stack and it has no sides. Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/3d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

    Thursday, may 14:

    Review the 3D shape (cones) and the vocabulary of words that go with it. How do we describe a cone? It’s flat, it can roll, it can stack and it doesn’t have sides. Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/3d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

     

    Friday, May 15:

    MID-CHAPTER REVIEW 

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH PAGES

     

     

    Science 2 times this week

    TUESDAY MAY 12- 

    We are still learning about weather this week and we will learn "matter". This will help us get prepared to learn about the water cycle! Watch the brainpop video below on the states of matter.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-tlZRD-zVM 

    Then complete the worksheet "What is Matter?"

    THURSDAY May 14th

    Soon we will learn about the water cycle so we have to make sure we understand how water changes!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQ4WduVp9k4

    After watching what happens to water and the different stages it can be complete the worksheet "How Water Changes".

     

     CLICK HERE FOR SCIENCE PAGES

     

     

    Social Studies 3 times this week

    MONDAY May 11th- 

    This week we will learn what makes a student a good citizen at home and at school! Below in the video shows different ways you can and cannot be a good citizen follow along and make your guesses! Once done complete the worksheet "A Good Citizen" and check off things that would make you a good citizen!

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

     

    WEDNESDAY May 13th-

    Now we are going to continue with being a good citizen and learn what different ways you can be a good citizen at school versus home!

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWXPCP8t00M

    Complete the worksheet "Home and School rules" sort between what makes you a good citizen in two places!

     

    FRIDAY May 15th-

    Last, we will review what responsibilities a student has, especially that it's the end of the year, and you will be going to a new grade! Different grades have more responsibility the older you get!

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyLzsQKFpB0

     

    Complete the worksheet "Classroom Responsibilities"

     CLICK HERE FOR SS PAGES



     

    Assignments for Week May 4- May 8

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments if you did not receive it in the packet that went home today. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

    RETHINK

    This program was used daily with students. Try to do this every other day to maintain skills with the activities. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY May 4: Before reading the story "A Helpful Teacher", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

     

    • What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.

    • Review and discuss the vocabulary words.

    • Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

     

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

    TUESDAY May 5:

    Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. 

    WEDNESDAY May 6:

    Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

    THURSDAY May 7:

    Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. 

    FRIDAY May 8:

    The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

    CLICK HERE FOR ELA ASSIGNMENT FOR THE WEEK

     

     

    MATH (15-20 MINS EACH DAY)

    In Chapter 10 of Go Math we will be going over identifying, naming and describing attributes of 3D shapes: spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones. We will also compare and contrast shape attributes using the words alike and different and use the strategy “draw a picture” to solve problems.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day before working on the following below. 

    Monday, May 4: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.1.

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.1 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.1) For this lesson please cut out the shapes that I provided to sort through what 3D shapes can be stacked/rolled or both! The worksheet is labeled 3D shapes! Spheres (roll only) cones/cylinders (roll and stack) while cubes (stack only). You can help your child sort through them by using common object in your house as well. Pages: 573-578 then complete the rest of pages. (The ones that say homework can be done later in the afternoon for a review so you don't have to do all the worksheets are one time.)

    Tuesday, May 5: 

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.2.

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.2 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.2) This lesson is all about how we describe spheres. Please look through a magaize and cut out things you find that are spheres and not spheres (basketball, baseball, etc) only one picture in each section is fine if you cannot find more than one and try to use "curved surface" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 579-584. (The ones that say homework can be done later in the afternoon for a review so you don't have to do all the worksheets are one time.) 

    Wednesday, may 6:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.3. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.3 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.3)  FThis lesson is all about how we describe cubes. Please look through a magaize and cut out things you find that are cubes and not cubes (boxes, etc) only one picture in each section is fine if you cannot find more than one and try to use "flat surface" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 585-590. (The ones that say homework can be done later in the afternoon for a review so you don't have to do all the worksheets are one time.) 

    Thursday, may 7:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.4. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.4 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.4) This lesson is all about how we describe cylinders. Please look through a magaize and cut out things you find that are cylinders and not cylinders (cans, etc) only one picture in each section is fine if you cannot find more than one and try to use "curved surface and flat surface" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 591-596. (The ones that say homework can be done later in the afternoon for a review so you don't have to do all the worksheets are one time.) 

     

    Friday, May 8:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 10 then press 10.5. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 10.5 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 10.4) This lesson is all about how we describe cones. Please look through a magaize and cut out things you find that are cones and not cones (ice cream cone, party hat, etc) only one picture in each section is fine if you cannot find more than one and try to use "curved surface" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 597-602. (The ones that say homework can be done later in the afternoon for a review so you don't have to do all the worksheets are one time.) 

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH PAGES 

     

    Science 3 times this week

    Monday May 4th-

    This week and next week we will be learning about the weather. Watch this brainpop video on weather. https://www.brainpop.com/science/weather/weather/ (username/password: parkave123) Then complete the worksheet that says "Weather" on it. Draw the weather for today by looking outside and write one sentence on what the weather is outside. Explore the weather.com website/app.

    Wednesday May 6th

    Watch this video on the four different types of precipitation we can get. Please stop at each precipitation and read/explain what happens during each. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pN-rSC0sg0 then complete the worksheet on Clouds and Rain.

    Friday May 8th

    How do we measure weather? This video goes through several tools that meteorologists use such as barometer, thermometer, rain gauge, wind vane, etc. Stop at each picture and try to have your child say each of the tools.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqZHwZxvFMc

    Complete the worksheet "Measuring Weather".

    CLICK HERE FOR WORKSHEETS

     

     

    Social Studies 2 times this week

    Tuesday May 5th- 

    Happy Cinco de Mayo! A couple weeks ago we learned about Mexico and they’re traditions today is a Mexican Holiday! We also celebrate it here in the USA. Watch this short video on why we celebrate Cinco de Mayo! Then complete the worksheet.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8Jj_KhAiGU

     

    Thursday May 7th-

    Today we are gonna learn just a few facts about Mother’s Day by watching this video.

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

    Then complete the worksheet on Mother’s Day. (Have someone help your child make some type of mother’s day project MOTHER’S TRY NOT TO HELP! HAHA)

     

    Here are some easy at home projects you can do for mother’s day!

    https://preschoolinspirations.com/homemade-mothers-day-gifts/

     

    CLICK HERE FOR SOCIAL STUDIES WORKSHEETS

     

     

     

     

     

    Assignments week of April 27-May 1

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments if you did not receive it in the packet that went home today. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

    RETHINK

    This program was used daily with students. Try to do this every other day to maintain skills with the activities. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY April 27: Before reading the story "A Spring Garden", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

     

    • What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.

    • Review and discuss the vocabulary words.

    • Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

     

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

    TUESDAY April 28:

    Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. 

    WEDNESDAY April 29:

    Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

    THURSDAY April 30:

    Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. 

    FRIDAY May 1:

    The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

    CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY-FRIDAY ELA ASSIGNMENTS

    MATH (15-20 MINS)

    In Chapter 9 of Go Math we will be going over identifying, naming and describing attributes of 2D shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangles, and hexagons. We will also compare and contrast shape attributes using the words alike and different and use the strategy “draw a picture” to solve problems.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day before working on the following below. Also have them practicing drawing their shapes.

    Monday April 27: This week will be about review before we take our chapter test and move on to 3D shapes.

    Review circles and  triangles the vocabulary words that go with a circle and triangle. How do we describe a circle? It’s curved, it’s round, it has no vertices, it has no lines, it has no sides. How do we describe a triangle? It has three sides, it has three vertices, it has straight lines.

    Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/2d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

    Tuesday April 28: 

    Review squares and rectangles and the vocabulary words that go with a squares and rectanges. How do we describe a square/rectangle? It has lines, it has four vertices and it has four sides.

    Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/2d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

    Wednesday April 29:

    Review hexagon and the vocabulary words that go with a hexagon. How do we describe a circle? It has no curved lines, it has 6 sides, it has 6 vertices.

    Pick a shape game from this website. (the kids LOVE this website) https://www.education.com/games/kindergarten/2d-shapes/

    After reviewing and playing a game on shapes complete my shape book assignment on shapes. (Write the name of the shape, draw it, write the number of sides/vertices and then color it!)

    Thursday April 30: 

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.11.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.11 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.11) For pages 554 and 555, either cut out different shapes from a magazine or draw all the different shapes on a seperate piece of paper to be cut out to paste on to the page. On Page 554 sort between how many vertices there are. FOR EXAMPLE: Alike column could have all the shapes with 4 vertices (square and rectangle) and the different column has the other shapes (circle, hexagon, triangle). Then do the same with page 555, but this time sort by sides (choose whatever you want to sort by). On page 556, do curves and no curves (circles only for curves).

    Friday May 1:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.12.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.12 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.12) For these pages please allow your child to explore different ways shapes can be made using other shapes (for example: a hexagon is made up of 6 triangles). Complete all pages.

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH ASSIGNMENT PAGES 

     

    Social Studies (3 times this week)

    Monday April 27:

    Show the student the slideshow, "Fun in Russia". Have the student decorate the nesting dolls.

    Optional: Watch the video: "Russia: Father Frost" https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=2LwyW_XvrPA 

    Wednesday April 29:

    Show the student the slideshow, "Food in Russia". Have the student complete the food worksheet.

    Optional: Pick a kid friendly Russian dish from this list to cook at home. https://www.listenandlearnusa.com/blog/7-russian-dishes-your-kids-will-say-da-to/

    Optional: Watch these two videos where kids try food from Russia.

    "Kids Try Russian Foods" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om5JqEO4vQo "Kids Try Russian Snacks" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YbCyWbmQ7g

    Friday May 1:

    Look back at your Russia worksheets and watch any video you find cool about Russia. Name/draw one thing you learned about Russia and send it to your teacher.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR POWERPOINTS AND WORKSHEETS FOR THIS WEEK

     

     

     

    SCIENCE (2 times this week)

    Tuesday April 28:

    What can we do to help save your planet, watch the brainpopjr video on Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. https://jr.brainpop.com/science/conservation/reducereuserecycle/ (username/password: parkave123). After watching the video press on the game and play the drag and dop game to help sort what you can recycle, reuse, compost, and sell to help the Earth.

    Thursday April 30:

    Rewatch the Reduce, Reuse and Recycle video while watching the video pause and complete the worksheet on "I can Help the EARTH" and fill out each section of what you can reduce, reuse and recycle. https://jr.brainpop.com/science/conservation/reducereuserecycle/ (username/password: parkave123). 

     CLICK HERE FOR WORKSHEET

     

     

    Assignments week of April 20-24

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments if you did not receive it in the packet that went home today. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY April 20: Before reading the story "Spring Break", talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

    1. What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.
    2. Review and discuss the vocabulary words.
    3. Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

     

    TUESDAY April 21: Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps.

     

    WEDNESDAY April 22: Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

     

    THURSDAY April 23: Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word.

     

    FRIDAY April 24: The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

     

    CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY-FRIDAY ASSIGNMENTS 

    MATH (15-20 MINS)

    In Chapter 9 of Go Math we will be going over identifying, naming and describing attributes of 2D shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangles, and hexagons. We will also compare and contrast shape attributes using the words alike and different and use the strategy “draw a picture” to solve problems.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day before working on the following below. Also have them practicing drawing their shapes.

    Monday, April 20: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.7.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.7 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.7) For this lesson please cut out the shapes on page 530 and paste them onto the chart on page 529. Students will sort between rectangles and not rectangles. Continue onto the next page 531-534. Directions for each page/problem are on the bottom.

     

    Tuesday, April 21

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.8.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.8 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.8) This lesson is all about how we describe rectangles. Please try to make your own rectangle and try to use "vertex" and "side" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 535-540 about rectangles and previously learned subjects.

     

    Wednesday, April 22:

     In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.9.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.9 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.9) For this lesson please cut out the shapes on page 542 and paste them onto the chart on page 541. Students will sort between hexagons and not hexagons. Continue onto the next page 543-546. Directions for each page/problem are on the bottom.

     

    Thursday, April 23:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.10.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.10 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.10) This lesson is all about how we describe hexagons. Please try to make your own hexagon and try to use "vertex" and "side" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 547-552 about hexagons and previously learned subjects.

     

    Friday, April 24

    Review Lessons 9.7, 9.8, 9.9, 9.10 on the Interactive lessons.

    Interactive Lesson

     As a review please complete the last sheet of the pdf file. Have your child name the shape, count how many vertices and sides each shape has.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR MATH PAGES FOR THE WEEK

     

    Science (3 times this week)

    This week we will learn how we can save our planet!

    Monday April 20: Watch brainpopjr video on Natural Resources https://jr.brainpop.com/science/conservation/naturalresources/ (username/password: parkave123 ) Complete the worksheet on Natural Resources in the packet/link below.

     

    Wednesday April 22: It's Earth Day! Please watch the video on the lorax and how to help the earth! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbUS3jPjyrc

    After watching the video complete the worksheet Earth Day!

     

    Friday April 24: Happy Arbor Day! Read the small passage on Arbor Day and complete the bottom portion of the worksheet. For fun and celebrating earth day watch the movie The Lorax! If you cannot find the movie or have platform that has the movie (ie. netflix, hulu, etc.) you can watch the old cartoon version from the 1970s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V06ZOQuo0k

     

    CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEKS ASSIGNMENTS

     

    Social Studies (2 times this week)

    Tuesday April 21: Introduce the country by showing your student where it is on the map. Show them that Russia is in Europe, and then more specifically exactly where Russia is. Show the student where they live on the map and discuss how they could practically travel to Russia. Would your family be able to drive to Russia, or would you need to take a boat or a plane to visit?

    Show the student the "Russia Facts".

    Have the student complete the Russia worksheet. Draw the country's flag, circle the continent that the country is located in, and draw either the national bird, flower, or animal.

    Optional: Watch the video, "Russia - Ballet" https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=n_krOBYjAQw

     

     

    Thursday April 23:

    Show the student the slideshow about the celebration of the Russian Winter Festival.

    Have the student complete the Russian Winter Festival worksheet.

    Optional: Watch the video, "Russia - Winter" https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Uh1I8w2zOLM 

     

     

    CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEKS POWERPOINT AND WORKSHEETS

     

     

    RETHINK

    This program is used daily with students. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child do these games as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals for ABA/Discrete Trials. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

     

     ELA-SPEECH:

     

    Go to this website Lalilo then click on I AM A STUDENT then fill in the school code ERDFFS. Click on Ms. Gonzalez's Classroom and find your name.

    This website I have access to and will be able to see how the students are doing with their phonemic awareness which helps with reading skills. Please have your child do this if you need extra things to work on.

     

     

     

     

    Assignments Week of April 6-9

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments if you did not receive it in the packet that went home today. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment assigned for that day is due by 9am the next day. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    MONDAY April 6: Before reading the story “Missing Out”, talk about the picture.

    Ask your student/child: 

    1. What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.
    2. Review and discuss the vocabulary words.
    3. Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on their own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

     

    TUESDAY April 7: Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps.

     

    WEDNESDAY April 8: Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details.

     

    THURSDAY April 9: Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word.

     

    Thursday April 9: The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answers included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

    CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY-FRIDAY ASSIGNMENT

    MATH (15-20 MINS A DAY)

    In Chapter 9 of Go Math we will be going over identifying, naming and describing attributes of 2D shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangles, and hexagons. We will also compare and contrast shape attributes using the words alike and different and use the strategy “draw a picture” to solve problems.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day before working on the following below. Also have them practicing drawing their shapes.

    Monday, April 6: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.5.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.5 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.5) For this lesson please cut out the shapes on page 518 and paste them onto the chart on page 517. Students will sort between triangles and not triangles. Continue onto the next page 519-522 Directions for each page/problem are on the bottom.

    Tuesday, April 7

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.6.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.6 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.6) This lesson is all about how we describe triangles. Please try to make your own triangles and try to use "vertex" and "side" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 523-528 about triangles and previously learned subjects.

    Wednesday, April 8:

    Review lessons 9.1-9.3 on the interactive lessons. 

    Interactive Lesson

    Tomorrow there will be a mid-point chapter Review.

    Thursday, April 9

    Review Lessons 9.4-9.6 on the Interactive lessons.

    Interactive Lesson

    Take the Mid-Chapter Review Checkpoint "quiz".

    CLICK HERE FOR ALL MATH PAGES

    Science (15 MINS A DAY)

    April 6-9

    BRAINPOP USERNAME AND PASSWORD: parkave123 (use this for both)

    Monday April 6: Watch the brain pop video on Photosynthesis. CLICK HERE FOR BRAINPOP VIDEO. After you watch the video please go outside and grab a leaf off of a plant or tree. Complete the worksheet by rubbing the leaf on paper and answer the questions. CLICK HERE FOR LEAF RUBBING WORKSHEET

     

    Tuesday April 7: Watch the brain pop video on Pollination CLICK HERE FOR BRAINPOP VIDEO. After you watch the video trace and color the worksheet on pollination. CLICK HERE FOR POLLINATE WORKSHEET

      

    Wednesday April 8: Watch the brain pop video on Plant Adaptations CLICK HERE FOR BRAINPOP VIDEO. After you watch the video complete the worksheet. Sort through the pictures that help move seeds. (Answer sheet inside for parents) CLICK HERE FOR SEED MOVING WORKSHEET

     

    Thursday April 9: BRAINPOP VIDEO PLANT LIFE CYCLE REVIEW CLICK HERE 

    AFTER YOU WATCH THE VIDEO PLEASE COMPLETE THE WORKSHEET AND SEND TO YOUR TEACHER FOR QUIZ. PLANT LIFE CYCLE END QUIZ WORKSHEET CLICK HERE

    SOCIAL STUDIES (10 MINS A DAY)

    Monday April 6: Introduce the country by showing your student where it is on the map. Show them that Mexico is in North America, and then more specifically exactly where Mexico is. Show the student where they live on the map and discuss how they could practically travel to Mexico. Would your family be able to drive to Mexico, or would you need to take a boat or a plane to visit?

    Show the student the "Mexico Facts".

    Have the student complete the Mexico worksheet. Draw the country's flag, circle the continent that the country is located in, and draw either the national bird, flower, or animal.

    Optional: Watch the video, "Mexico: Pyramid". It is a part of a National Geographic series made for kids called, Are We There Yet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udYpZn-TEg8

     

    Tuesday April 7: Show the student the slideshow about the celebration of the Day of the Dead. Have the student decorate a sugar skull on the worksheet.

    Optional: Watch the video, "Day of the Dead" by Tica's Travels. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLjG4d4ePcM

     

    Wednesday April 8: Show the student the slideshow, "Fun in Mexico". Have the student complete the futbol maze.

    Optional: Watch a highlights video of a very talented Mexican youth soccer team. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1i3jur8Rm0 

     

    Thursday April 9: Show the student the slideshow, "Food in Mexico". Have the student complete the food worksheet.

    Optional: Cook a recipe from this list of "Healthy Mexican Food for Kids" http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/23028/healthy-kids/mexican/slideshow/healthy-mexican- recipes-for-kids/

    Optional: Watch these two videos where kids try food from Mexico. "Mexico-Mexican Town" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npOwcP8nwa0 "Mexican Food | American Kids" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOeuN5-tWrc

     

    CLICK HERE FOR MEXICO POWERPOINTS AND WORKSHEETS

     

     

    Below are the directions and links to the assignments if you did not recieve it in the packet that went home today. Assignments will be posted by 9AM each Monday for the week.  Each assignment contains a due date at the top. Please note, parents will be contacted if students are not completing assignments. Assignments will be graded and recorded.

     

    ELA (15-20 MINUTES EACH DAY)

    WEEK OF MARCH 30 TO APRIL 2ND

    MONDAY March 30: Before reading the story, talk about the picture.
    Ask your student/child: 

    1. What do you think the story will be about? Use visuals if needed.
    2. Review and discuss the vocabulary words.
    3. Have students circle or highlight the words in the story.

    Trace and write the words on page 1. Students will read/listen to this passage every day for 5 days (Monday-Friday). (Have your child try to repeat as you read to them if they cannot do it on thier own). Repeated readings increase reading fluency.

     

    TUESDAY March 31: Students answer “WH” questions about their story. They can either cut and paste from answers or they can write their answers under the flaps. Use the example down below to see how each page should look like. This could be put into a book at home labled ELA.

     

    WEDNESDAY April 1: Students get to make a flipbook that focuses on vocabulary/reading comprehension and targets setting, characters, main idea, and details. Use the example down below to see how each page should look like. This could be put into a book at home labled ELA.

     

     

    THURSDAY April 2: Students practice making and completing sentences about the story. Have children that are capable, write the word. Students that need more support can cut, paste & trace the word. Use the example down below to see how each page should look like. This could be put into a book at home labled ELA.

     

     

    FRIDAY April 3: The students take a quiz that can be used as a weekly reading grade. Both multiple choice and short answer included.

     

    CLICK HERE FOR AN EXAMPLE OF HOW EACH DAYS WORK SHOULD LOOK LIKE AT HOME

     

    CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY-FRIDAY ELA ASSIGNMENTS

     

    MATH

    In Chapter 9 of Go Math we will be going over identifing, naming and describing attributes of 2D shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangles, and hexagons. We will also compare and contrast shape attributes using the words alike and different and use the strategy “draw a picture” to solve problems.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day before working on the following below. 

    Monday, March 30: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.1.

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.1 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.1) For this lesson please cut out the shapes on page 494 and paste them onto the chart on page 493. Students will sort between circles and not circles. Continue onto the next page 495-498. Directions for each page/problem are on the bottom.

    Tuesday, March 31

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.2.

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.2 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.2) This lesson is all about how we describe circles. Please try to make your own circles and try to use "curve" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 499-504 about circles and previously learned subjects.

    Wednesday, April 1:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.3. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.3 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE  (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.3)  For this lesson please cut out the shapes on page 506 and paste them onto the chart on page 505. Students will sort between squares and not squares. Continue onto the next page 507-510. Directions for each page/problem are on the bottom.

     

    Thursday, April 2:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 9 then press 9.4. 

    Mini Video Lesson CLICK HERE (IF THIS DOES NOT WORK DUE TO OVERWHELMING USE PLEASE JUST DO THE INTERACTIVE LESSON IT'S MORE HANDS ON FOR STUDENTS)

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 9.4 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson CLICK HERE (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 9.4) This lesson is all about how we describe squares. Please try to make your own squares and try to use "sides" and "vertex/vertises" in your vocabulary. Please complete pages 511-516 about squares and previously learned subjects.

     

    Friday, April 3:

    (Show what you know/learn generalzation) Today I want you to sort between common objects that are either square or a circle. Parents please go over squares have 4 sides and 4 vertices and circles are round. Let me try to do this activity by themselves, help them if they are getting it wrong. Please give an x next to the pictures they got wrong and a check next to the ones that were done right.


    CLICK HERE FOR Chapter 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 and 9.4 Circles/Squares Sort Assessment

     

     

     SCIENCE

    March 30-April 3

    Monday, March 30: Last week we learned about Spring! This week and next week we will learn about the plant life cycle and how that happens during the spring time. Go to brainpopjr.com for plant life cycle (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) After you are done watching the video press the GAME button and put the plant life cycle in order. Take a picture and send it to your teacher.

     

    Tuesday, March 31: Today you'll learn how a seeds becomes a plant. Go to the video CLICK HERE PARTS OF A SEED VIDEO After watching the video complete the worksheet Parts of a Seed CLICK HERE

     

    Wednesday, April 1: Today, we will go over all the parts of the plant. Please go to Brainpopjr Parts of a Plant CLICK HERE after you are done watching this video do this worksheet on the different parts of a plant. Go over each part and have the student write/trace labeled parts. CLICK HERE PARTS OF A PLANT WORKSHEET

     

    Thursday, April 2: In order for a plant to grow it needs certain things. Watch this video CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO after you are done with this video do the worksheet on what a plant needs to grow. Do both worksheets one with tracing the vocab words and the next try on your own! CLICK HERE WHAT A PLANT NEEDS WORKSHEET

     

    Friday, April 3: REVIEW ALL THAT YOU LEARNED THIS WEEK BY GOING TO THE PLANT LIFE CYCLE brainpopjr.com VIDEO. AFTER YOU ARE DONE REVIEWING IT ALL PRESS ON EASY QUIZ. TAKE A PICTURE OF YOUR SCORE AND SEND IT TO YOUR TEACHER. 

     

     

    Social Studies

    This unit we will be learning about other cultures. This week it's India.

    Monday. March 30: Introduce the country by showing your student where it is on the map. Show them that India is in Asia, and then more specifically exactly where India is. Show the student where they live on the map and discuss how they could practically travel to India. Would your family be able to drive to India, or would you need to take a boat or a plane to visit?

    Show the student the "India Facts".

    Have the student complete the India worksheet. Draw India's flag, circle the continent that India is located in, and draw either the national bird, flower, or animal.

    Optional: Watch the video, "India: Taj Mahal". It is a part of a National Geographic series made for kids called, Are We There Yet? The video can be found at this hyperlink or on the Little House Kindergarten website. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BgYsLjEzKo

    Tuesday, March 31: 

    Show the student the slideshow about the celebration of Holi.
    Cut out the Holi paper dolls. The student can use them to describe what they learned

    about Holi.

    Optional: Watch the video, "India: Holi". It is a part of a National Geographic series made for kids called, Are We There Yet? The video can be found at this hyperlink or on the Little House Kindergarten website. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLyXYTY1DJc

    Wednesday April 1: 

    Show the student the slideshow, "Fun in India".
    Print out and play snakes and ladders. You will need one 6 sided dice and an item to use

    as a board marker (coin, ring, action figure...)

    Thursday April 2: 

    Show the student the slideshow, "Food in India".

    Have the student complete the food worksheet.

    Optional: Cook something from this great website that offers authentic Indian recipes that are kid friendly. https://www.indianhealthyrecipes.com/recipes/kids-favorites/

    Optional: Watch these two videos where kids try food from India.
    "Kids Try Indian Food" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0pPIo-ksS0
    "Kids Try Snacks from India" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX1q1NLwznY

    Friday April 3: Review all that you learned about India for the week and complete the small quiz.

    INDIA WORKSHEETS CLICK HERE

     



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    ELA (15-20 MINUTES A DAY)

    March 23-March 27

    This week we will be reading the story "There Once Was a Lady Who Swallowed a Frog" by Lucille Colandro. 

    Below is the link to the story read aloud. Pause at each page and ask a simple wh question to gain a greater understanding about answering questions. (examples: Who is the story about? What is she eating?) Attached you can find visuals for simple questions to answers if your child/student cannot answer verbally.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XA3nwPzXeoU

    Monday-Friday: Read/Listen to the story aloud and complete the assignnment for that day.

    Monday: Students will learn about "wh" questions (ie. who, what, where, when and why questions). Use link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXWK1-L41f0 to go over wh questions with your kids and stop during the song and the story to answer simple wh questions. (examples: Who is the story about? What is she eating?) There is a question worksheet, you can use those as your sample questions, but do not do the worksheet until Friday.

    Tuesday: Students will learn to look at the pictures and sort what items were in the story or not. Help them answer yes/no questions such as "Was a frog in the story? (If they can verbally answer have them answer with a yes. If they cannot verbally answer intsead have up two pictures example: apple and a bird and ask "which was in the story?" Have them choose the right answer if they answer incorrectly. Cut and paste correct answers into the right category.

    Wednesday: Students will learn to retell/sequence a story. Cut and paste the pictures while pausing the story. For some students they can watch and put it in the order themselves with all pictures in front of them. Others will need only two pictures infront of them to answer the question correctly. (Example: What did she eat first? Have two pictures one with the correct answer and one not.)

    Thursday: Students will learn to trace words and/or use picture clues to know what word they are writing about from a story. Students who can do both pages should. Read the story together, have your child read the story and use the picture clues to write the word that is presented. (Example: There is a picture of a frog, so this must say frog, trace/write frog.) There is a second sheet with allthe same words from the stroy, they can trace and then try to copy on their own or you can assist them with tracing by making dotted lines for them.

    Friday: Students will learn to answer "wh" questions. Complete the question sheet. You can help them answer these questions out of the three that are given or if you see them struggling you can do it out of two pictures by blacking out one of the wrong answers.


    Below are the assignments for each day for this week.

    There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Frog

     

    MATH (15-20 MINUTES A DAY)

    March 23-27

    In Chapter 8 of Go Math we will be going over counting and representing 20 objects with number names and written numerals. We will count forward to 20 from a given number and verbally count to 100 by ones and tens or by using a number chart/sets of 10.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day.

    Monday, March 23: Assess your child with the mid-check point page 450.

     

    Tuesday, March 24: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.6.

    CLICK HERE Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.6 in the link below.

    INTERACTIVE LESSON (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment) (CLICK HERE) 

    (Lesson 8.6)  Before opening your go math book practice counting with a visual up to 20. See if your child can count up to 30 then 40. Then open your notebook to page 459 and use the visual to count up to 50. Then up to 100. Have them look and point to count each number. Have them then trace the circle around the last number. 

     

     

    Wednesday, March 25

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.7.

    CLICK HERE Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.7 in the link below.

    INTERACTIVE LESSON (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment) (CLICK HERE) 

    (Lesson 8.7) Open up your go math notebook to page 465. Trace your circles and count by 10s. Continue and do pages 466-468

     

    Thursday, March 26:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.8. 

    CLICK HERE Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.8 in the link below.

    INTERACTIVE LESSON (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment) (CLICK HERE) 

    (Lesson 8.8)

    Open your go math notebook to page 471. Trace your numbers and count by 10s. Continue and do pages 472-473. Remember each bundle of crayons is 10!

     

    Friday, March 27:

    Review all that you learned in your go math notebook before taking the Chapter 8 review/test.

     

    Go Math Notebook Pages/Homework Pages Lessons Mid Chapter Review 8.6, 8.7, 8.8 (Monday-Thursday)

     

     SOCIAL STUDIES (10-15 MINS A DAY)

    March 23-March 27

    Monday, March 23: This week we will be learning about the different types of food groups. BrainPop Jr Food Groups (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) After you are done watching the video press Game and name one thing that belongs in each food group.

     

    Tuesday, March 24: Today I want you to rewatch the video BrainPop Jr Food Groups (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) and then sort the foods in the worksheets labeled Lesson 1 Activity 1. (sorting fruit and veggies) Sorting 1

     

    Wednesday, March 25: Today I want you to rewatch the video BrainPop Jr Food Groups (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) and then sort the foods in the worksheets labeled Lesson 1 Activity 2. (Sorting grains and dairy) Sorting 2

     

    Thursday, March 26:Today I want you to rewatch the video BrainPop Jr Food Groups (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) and then sort the foods in the worksheets labeled Lesson 1 Activity 3. (Sorting protien.) Sorting 3

     

    Friday, March 27: Go back to this website and watch (BrainPop Jr Eating Right(username: parkave123 password: parkave123) After you are finished watching the video play the game and choice the healthy food choices. When you are done with the game complete My Plate Placemat and draw one food for each food group. My Plate Placemat

     

     SCIENCE (15 MINUTES A DAY)

    March 23-March 27

    Monday, March 23: Last week on Friday, March 20 was the first day of spring! What happens during the spring time. Watch this video to find out. BrainPop Jr Spring (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) After you are done watching the video press Game and sort by season to show what you learned.

     

    Tuesday, March 24: Go for a walk with your child and notice all the stuff that is starting to change. Use this scanegver hunt checklist to check off everything you saw on your walk. Spring Checklist

     

    Wednesday, March 25: Go over your checklist from yesterday and talk about what things you saw. Read the booklet "It's Spring" and color each page. It's Spring!

     

    Thursday, March 26: Go over your booklet from yesterday and now you will complete a booklet "My Book About Spring" on your own. Create your own drawings to match the words realting to spring. My Book About Spring

     

    Friday, March 27: Go back to this website (BrainPop Jr Spring) (username: parkave123 password: parkave123) and rewatch the Spring video. Then press on Easy Quiz and take a quiz to check what you remember from the week.

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    ELA (15-20 mins each day)

    March 16-March 20 

    This week we will be reading the story "There Once Was a Lady Who Swallowed a Clover" by Lucille Colandro. 

    Monday, March 16: Read/listen to the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhEfnE_bnU

    Students will learn about "wh" questions (ie. who, what, where, when and why questions). Use link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXWK1-L41f0 to go over wh questions with your kids and stop during the song and the story to answer simple wh questions. (examples: Who is the story about? What is she eating?) There is a question worksheet, you can use those as your sample questions, but do not do the worksheet until Friday. (Link for worksheets at the end of ELA section) 

    Tuesday, March 17:Read/listen to the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhEfnE_bnU

    Students will learn to look at the pictures and sort what items were in the story or not. Help them answer yes/no questions such as "Was a fiddle in the story? (If they can verbally answer have them answer with a yes. If they cannot verbally answer instead have up two pictures example: apple and a bird and ask "which was in the story?" Have them choose the right answer if they answer incorrectly. Cut and paste correct answers into the right category. (Link for worksheets at the end of ELA section)

    Wednesday, March 18: Read/listen to the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhEfnE_bnU

    Students will learn to retell/sequence a story. Cut and paste the pictures while pausing the story. For some students they can watch and put it in the order themselves with all pictures in front of them. Others will need only two pictures in front of them to answer the question correctly. (Example: What did she eat first? Have two pictures one with the correct answer and one not.) (Link for worksheets at the end of ELA section)

    Thursday, March 19:Read/listen to the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhEfnE_bnU

    Students will learn to trace words and/or write sentences about a story. Students who can do both pages should. Go over each word with them and have them trace the word that was in the story. Next, have them trace the sentence and then choose one item she ate that they liked the best. They can try to copy on their own or you can assist them with tracing by making dotted lines for them. (Link for worksheets at the end of ELA section)

     

    Friday, March 20: Read/listen to the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhEfnE_bnU

    Students will learn to answer "wh" questions. Complete the question sheet. You can help them answer these questions out of the three that are given or if you see them struggling you can do it out of two pictures by blacking out one of the wrong answers. (Link for worksheets at the end of ELA section)

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover! (worksheets for Monday-Friday & visuals for students who need it)

     

    MATH (15-20 mins each day)

    March 16-March 20

    In Chapter 8 of Go Math we will be going over counting and representing 20 objects with number names and written numerals. We will count forward to 20 from a given number and verbally count to 100 by ones and tens or by using a number chart/sets of 10.

    Please have your child practice writing/tracing their numbers each day before working on the following below. 

    Go Math Chapter 8: 3/16-3/20 (Tracing sheets for everyday practice and extra worksheets in this link)

    Tuesday, March 17: In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.1.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.1 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 8.1) Use household items that your child may like such as m&ms, you could use other things that are not food related to help count up to the given number of that day. Once you use objects to help count out 20 things, have them put it inside the ten frames on page 429. Have them then practice their numbers up to that given number or draw circles to represent that number. Finish pages 429-431 count and practice writing numbers/shapes.

    (Link at the end of math section)

    Wednesday, March 18

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.2.

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.2 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 8.2) Use household items that your child may like such as m&ms, you could use other things that are not food related to help count up to the given number of that day. Once you are done counting have them count and point to each of the items on page 435. Have them practice writing the number and writing the number word. Continue to pages 436 and 437 for practice.(

    (Link at the end of math section)

     

    Thursday, March 19:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.3. 

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.3 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 8.3) Before opening your go math book practice counting with a visual. Have them count from 1-5 first make sure they STOP at 5. Then have them count to 10 making sure they stop at 10. Then open your go math notebook to page 441 and have your child count from 1-20 visual on the bottom of the page. Make sure they are looking and pointing to each number as you help them count or they count on their own. Continue to pages 442-444 have your child count the number inside each ten frame and write/trace the number they counted. At the bottom of pages 442 and 443 they will then put in order the numbers 1-10 and 11-20. On page 444, have your child count in order to fill in the missing number make sure they are looking and pointing to eaach box.

    (Link at the end of math section)

     

    Friday, March 20:

    In the link below your child can watch a video on each lesson before starting the lesson. Press Kindergarten then press Chapter 8 then press 8.5. 

    Mini Video Lesson

    After your child is done watching the mini lesson video, have them play on the interactive for Chapter 8.5 in the link below.

    Interactive Lesson (once this tells you to log in please use your workbook pages to complete assignment)

    (Lesson 8.5) Before opening your go math book practice counting with a visual up to 20. See if your child can count up to 30 then 40. Then open up your notebook to page 453 and use the visual to count up to 50. Have them look and point to count each number. Have them then trace the circle around the last number. Do pages 454 and 455 directions are at the bottom of the page. 

    (Link at the end of math section)

     

    ***Link:

    Go Math Notebook Pages/Homework Pages Lessons 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 and 8.5 (This link has the workbook and homework pages for Tuesday-Friday if you do not have the GOmath Notebook sent home)


     

    SOCIAL STUDIES (10-15 minutes each day)

    March 16-March 20

    This week we will be learning about St. Patrick's Day!

     

    Tuesday, March 17: Watch the video on the History of St. Patrick's Day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmNc-NTfmPc Write/trace over St. Patrick's Day Word Booklet for associated items and things that go along with the special holiday. Attached is the booklet. St. Patrick's Day Booklet 

    Wednesday, March 18: Read/listen to the story on how to catch a leprechaun! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdKTCtypLlw

    Thursday, March 19: While home please try to make your own leprechaun traps for saint Patrick’s day! Take a picture and send it to your teachers. Here are some ideas! Brainstorm some ideas after watching the video. https://thestir.cafemom.com/big_kid/183011/11_clever_traps_to_catch/127487/inn_trap/4 


    Friday, March 20: Watch a video on the Irish Flag and why it has it's colors at this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fg6k4k9UCI. Then color in your own Irish Flag on this website http://www.apples4theteacher.com/coloring-pages/st-patricks-day/flag-of-ireland.htm

     

     

     SCIENCE (15 minutes each day)

    March 16-March 20

    Tuesday, March 17: Last week we learned about insects and bugs. We learned the differences between what is an insect and what is a bug. This week we will look at one bug and insect in particular a caterpillar and a butterfly. Watch the video on butterflies at this link https://www.turtlediary.com/game/butterfly-life-cycle.html and complete the two games that come after the video.

     

    Wednesday, March 18: Watch the brainpopjr video on butterflies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as1_MdEqi2g this will go into a little more explanation then Tuesdays video. After you are done watching the video color in the butterfly life cycle in the link attached. Butterfly Life Cycle Worksheet  

     

    Thursday, March 19: Today we will be watching a time lapse video on a caterpillar becoming a butterfly in real life. Please watch half the video (2 minutes and 30 seconds) today at this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63B1lnqPa8k and use your observation skills to fill out your butterfly observation booklet. Start by tracing "I see" on the page and then trace/write what you see. (For example: I see eggs.  I see a caterpillar.) Draw a picture to match what you see. Observation Booklet Worksheets

     

    Friday, March 20: Finish watching the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63B1lnqPa8k and use your observation skills to finish your observation booklet. Start by tracing "I see" on the page and write/trace what you saw. (Example: I see a chrysalis. I see a butterfly.) Draw a picture to match what you see. Observation Booklet Worksheets

     

     

     

    Rethink

    This program is used daily with studenets. They can access this at home with the username and password that I will put in their folders. Please have your child these as some of them correlate to their individual IEP goals. If you need the username and password again I can send it via email/class dojo so you can access it at home.

    Rethink

     

     

    EXTRA PRACTICE FOR ELA-SPEECH, MATH

    ELA-SPEECH:

    Go to this website Lalilo then click on I AM A STUDENT then fill in the school code ERDFFS. Click on Ms. Gonzalez's Classroom and find your name.

    This website I have access to and will be able to see how the students are doing with their phenoic awareness which helps with reading skills. Please have your child do this if you need extra things to work on.

     

    Math

    These are just extra practice sheets that you can download on your computer and go over with your child. You do not need to print these out unless you wish to do so for handwriting practice. 

    Math Extra Practice

    Math Extra Practice Answer Key for Parents

     

     

     CLASS DOJO TRANSLATION INSTRUCTIONS

     

    CLICK HERE FOR Haitian Creole (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BwlEFFPRB_W2oi0BZYjylTonPx1GUxIB/view)

    CLICK HERE FOR Spanish

    CLICK HERE FOR English