• Monday, April 27th

    Literacy: My apologies, there was an error in Friday’s recording and all of Chapter 3 was not read. Today please read Part 3 of Chapter 3 on my YouTube Channel. Upon completing the chapter use the remainder of your literacy time to work in iRead.

    Math: Today we will work on number lines! Log in to iReady and complete the math lesson I have assigned to you. When you reach the end of your lesson and take the quiz I will see it on my computer and give you credit for the day! 

    Science: This week we continue to learn about solids and liquids. Today we will complete a toothpaste experiment. Is toothpaste a solid or liquid? Ask someone at home to help you place some water into a baggie. Then place some toothpaste in. Record your findings. Does the toothpaste seem like a liquid or a solid when it is added to the water? Shake the bag of water and toothpaste and record your findings. Answers should be submitted through Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messaging. 


    Tuesday, April 28th

    Literacy: Listen to the reading of Mr. Popper’s Penguins - Chapter 4 on my YouTube Channel. In Chapter 2 Mrs. Popper didn’t think a penguin would make a good pet. What did she say and do in Chapter 4 to show she might be changing her mind? Write your response in Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messaging! Try and complete some iRead today, too!  

    Math: Back into our workbooks today! Today we will identify unknown numbers on a number line diagram by using the distance between numbers and reference points. Watch Lesson 21 and complete Lesson 21 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 21 File. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! 

    Social Studies: Log into your Pearson Account and complete Intro: How Can We Make a Difference? 


    Wednesday, April 29th

    Literacy: Listen to the rest of Chapter 4’s reading. Why is Captain Cook a good name for the penguin? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Answers should be submitted through Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messaging.Try and complete some iRead today, too!  

     Math: Today you will be taking a iReady Standards test to show what you’ve learned! Log into iReady and complete the test. Remember to take your time and try your best! You will also need to turn in scrap paper. You can either use the attached document or show your work on any paper, just be sure to send it through Dojo! Scrap Paper

    Science: Time for another experiment! Ask someone at home to help you find one of the following - an ice cube, a chocolate chip, or a piece of butter. These are all...SOLIDS! Today we will see how properties of materials change when they are heated. Ask an adult to help you boil some water. Place your solid object into the hot water. Record your findings in Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messages! Take pictures too! 


    Thursday, April 30th

    Literacy: Kinesthetic Activity - Today we act out some of the vocabulary words we have seen in Mr. Popper’s Penguins. Watch my video and get moving! Then try and write two sentences using two of the new words learned! 

    Math: Today you will complete your April ECR. Please see the attached document and complete. Remember to include a sentence for your answer. April ECR

    Social Studies: Log into your Pearson Account and complete eText: How Can We Make A Difference? 


    Friday, May 1st  

    Literacy: Listen to the reading of Mr. Popper’s Penguins - Chapter 5 on my YouTube Channel. Why were Mr. Popper and the refrigerator service man arguing? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Write your response in Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messaging! Try and complete some iRead today, too! 

    Math: Today we will represent two-digit sums and differences involving length by using the ruler as a number line. Watch Lesson 22 and complete Lesson 22 Problem Set / Exit Ticket → Lesson 22 File. Take a picture of your work and send it to me on Class Dojo! Try & complete at least 10 minutes of iReady, too! 

    Science: Time for another experiment! Ask someone at home to help you find a liquid you can use. (examples: oil, water, soap, laundry detergent, dish detergent) Today we will see how properties of liquids change when they are cooled. Ask an adult to help you place a little liquid in a baggie or a bowl. Place your liquid object into the freezer. Record your predictions on how you think the liquids will change when they are placed in the freezer in Class Dojo Portfolios or Dojo Messages! We will check on these Tuesday to see if our predictions were correct!