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    Dr.Campbell's 1st Grade Class Homework
     
    • Reading with the family daily
    • Computer Programs - for the programs iRead, ST Math, & iReady, Pearsons for Social Studies
    • Computer Homework Sheet - (login information)

    WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? What emotion are you feeling? I hope you are feeling excited about today’s Inauguration Day! What does Inauguration mean? In the United States, Inauguration Day is the day the person elected to be the president (or the president-elect) officially becomes president. It takes place every four years on January 20. (The day is moved to January 21 if January 20 falls on a Sunday.) The person has to take an official oath to try to be a good leader. Up until 1933, this day was March 4. The New President-elect is Joe Biden and the new Vice President-elect is Kamala Harris. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is the first woman to be Vice President of the United States of America. I hope this quote inspires you to, “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.” Have a wonderful asynchronous day! Please complete all your assignments!
    – Mark Twain
    If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: almost, also, between, ever, food, really, sing, three
    The Power Words are bear, cradle, harvest, ingredients, nutrients, shade, soil, sow, sweet, terrific, wave, whispers.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are alliteration, alphabetical order, article, chronological order, describing word, detail, dictionary, evaluate, glossary, graphic, key idea, noun, pattern. recipe, repetition, rhyme, table of control, text feature, text organization.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 18

    Due Date: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 18

    DUE: JANUARY 20, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021

    My Book 5 p. 34 Write directions
    PROMPT: How do you grow corn? Tell the steps. Use the words, pictures, and diagrams in So You Want to Grow a Taco? to get information!

    DUE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES

    DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021

    Please complete the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Assignments.

     

     

    TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? What emotion are you feeling? hope you are feeling refreshed after your long weekend to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr! Please remember, “The only thing that will stop you from fulfilling your dreams is you.”– Tom Bradley If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: almost, also, between, ever, food, really, sing, three
    The Power Words are bear, cradle, harvest, ingredients, nutrients, shade, soil, sow, sweet, terrific, wave, whispers.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are alliteration, alphabetical order, article, chronological order, describing word, detail, dictionary, evaluate, glossary, graphic, a key idea, noun, pattern. recipe, repetition, rhyme, table of control, text feature, text organization.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK : Module 2 Lesson 18

    Due Date: TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 18

    DUE: JANUARY 19, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021

    My Book 5 p. 34 Write directions
    PROMPT: How do you grow corn? Tell the steps. Use the words, pictures, and diagrams in So You Want to Grow a Taco? to get information!

    DUE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021
    What causes sound? Explain using words and pictures

    FRIDAY

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling healthy and inspired! Today is Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday! He had a dream, you can too! “Dream what you dare to dream. Go where you want to go. Be what you want to be. Earl NightingaleIf you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 17

    Due Date: TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 17

    DUE: JANUARY 15, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021
    Students will write an essay to describe their dreams for the future.
    .

    DUE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    DUE TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021
    Students will write an essay to describe their dreams for the future.

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? Do you know what wellness means? Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. Wellness is more than being free from illness, it is a dynamic process of change and growth. "...a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. What emotion are you feeling today? I hope you are feeling motivated to eat right and get enough sleep so you can do well in school! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 16

    Due Date: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 16

    DUE: JANUARY 14, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2021

    Pick an animal we have read about. Do research to find facts about the characteristics of this animal and how it survives where it lives. Include many details!

    DUE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2021

    What is Sound? Explain using words and pictures.

    WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling refreshed and energized! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 15

    Due Date: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 15

    DUE: JANUARY 13, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021

    DUE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021

    Students will complete their animal writing for the ELA Benchmark Assessment!

    MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling happy and ready to explore new concepts and skills in all your subjects! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 14

    Due Date: TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 14

    MODULE 2 MID MODULE ASSESSMENT
    https://digital.greatminds.org/assessments/student/resources/em.g1.m2/file/5f526c1f6d7384003617c7fb
    DUE: JANUARY 11, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 2021
    Prompt:
    In the texts Animal Q & A and Best Foot Forward you learned about different
    animals. Choose one animal and write about this animal. Using facts learned from texts, discuss and write about the characteristics of the animal and how the animal survives in their environment.

    DUE: MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    DUE TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021
    How does the weather affect how we live in our state of New Jersey?
     

    FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling elated as you think about enjoying your weekend! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 14

    Due Date: MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 14

    DUE: JANUARY 8, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2021

    Pick an animal we have read about. Do research to find facts about the characteristics of this animal and how it survives where it lives. Include many details!

    DUE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021
    Watch the video Why does the Moon Change? using the link https://youtu.be/yXe0yxzYkjo. Write a report to explain what you learned about the phases of the moon.

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling rejuvenated after your asynchronous Wednesday! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 13

    Due Date: THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 13

    DUE: JANUARY 6, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021

    Pick an animal we have read about. Do research to find facts about the characteristics of this animal and how it survives where it lives. Include many details!

    DUE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2021

    Students will record their moon observation and explain any patterns they are noticing.

    WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling excited to be in school today! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 12

    Due Date: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 12

    DUE : JANUARY 5, 2021


    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Write sentences to explain how to play one of your favorite games? Remember to use the transitional words First, Next, and last.

    DUE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Students will record their moon observation and explain any patterns they are noticing.


    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Students will record their moon observation and explain any patterns they are noticing.

     

    TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling energized and excited to be in school today! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” are cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 12

    Due Date: MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 12

    DUE TODAY: JANUARY 5, 2021


    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Write sentences to explain how to play one of your favorite games? Remember to use the transitional words First, Next, and last.

    DUE TODAY: TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2021

    Students will record their moon observation and explain any patterns they are noticing.

    MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2021

    Good Morning Scholars,
    Happy New Year! Welcome back! How are you today? I hope you are feeling inspired and motivated as you return to school for the new year 2021! We will be learning so many new and interesting things! If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room, and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are: cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are: background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 11

    Due Date: MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 11

    DUE TODAY: JANUARY 5, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2021

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021
    Write the high-frequency words: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round,
    3 times each.

    Complete the New Year Resolution papers posted in Class Story!

    DUE TODAY: MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2021
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    DUE TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2021

    Use words and pictures to explain the meaning of the word environment,

    WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling ecstatic as you think about the many presents you are going to receive in Christmas day! If you are ecstatic, you feel very happy and full of excitement.If you have index cards please write the words for this week, put them up in your room and read them every day!
    The “Big Idea Words” are: cycle, evaporation, liquid.
    The High-Frequency Words are: below, far, hear, hold,only, open, round,
    The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace.
    “Reader’s Vocabulary Words are: background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual.
    May you be blessed with a safe and happy Christmas.
    Lots of love.
    Dr. Campbell

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 10

    Due Date: MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 10

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2020

    What is the central idea of the text? Explain using facts and examples from the text!

    Complete the New Year Resolution papers posted in Class Story!


    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE MONDAY, January 4,, 2021
    Draw a picture of a rain gauge and explain what it does.

    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling elated! Elated is an adjective which means very happy or proud; jubilant; in high spirits: an elated winner of a contest. Christmas Day will be on Friday, December 25, 2020. Here is a quote to inspire you, “A situation will keep repeating itself until you have learned the lesson it was meant to teach you. Don’t stay in the same class forever.” – CHRIS P. GARDNER If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round, The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual. . Please have a great day!

     

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20
    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 10
    Due Date: MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2021

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 10

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2020

    What is the central idea of the text? Explain using facts and examples from the text!


    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2020
    Draw a picture of a rain gauge and explain what it does

     MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? I hope you are feeling elated! Christmas Day will be on Friday, December 25, 2020. Here is a quote to inspire you, “A situation will keep repeating itself until you have learned the lesson it was meant to teach you. Don’t stay in the same class forever.” – CHRIS P. GARDNER If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: below, far, hear, hold, only, open, round, The Power Words are: decided, dunes, edges, explore, ledges, lugged, noticed, preserve, rest, shrubs, spines, trace. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” background knowledge, base word, chronological order, clarify, describe, detail, monitor, reread, setting, suffix, summarize, supporting evidence, topic, visual. . Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 10

    Due Date: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2020

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 10

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2020

    What is the central idea of the text? Explain using facts and examples from the text!

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2020
    Draw a picture of a rain gauge and explain what it does.

    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is an asynchronous day. I hope you are feeling patient and brave! Here is a quote to inspire you “Be Patient! Patience means staying calm while you wait, success comes with practice and experience. Patience means giving yourself lots of chances to succeed by trying again and again.
    If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are heads, leap, let’s, something, voice, won’t. The Power Words are: break, deep, direction, divide, fiery, fluffy, mission, nature, spectacular, spindly. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” adjectives, brainstorm, context, description, detail, evidence, inference, narrator, opinion, persuade, point of view, reason, research, plan, source, synonym, text organization, topic. Please have a great day!

     

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 8

    Due Date: MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2020

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 8

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 18, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2020

    Revise and edit your writing about winter and include descriptive words!


    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020
    What is a whirligig! Explain using words and pictures.

    THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? I hope you are feeling excited about the snow! Here is a quote to inspire you “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan but also believe.” – Anatole France If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are heads, leap, let’s, something, voice, won’t. The Power Words are: break, deep, direction, divide, fiery, fluffy, mission, nature, spectacular, spindly. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” adjectives, brainstorm, context, description, detail, evidence, inference, narrator, opinion, persuade, point of view, reason, research, plan, source, synonym, text organization, topic. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK : Module 2 Lesson 7

    Due Date: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2020

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 7
    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 17, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    DUE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2020
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT
    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2020
    Write sentences to describe winter and include descriptive words!

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2020
    What type of weather does a kite need to fly! Explain using words and pictures.
     

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is an Asynchronous Day! You will be working independently and some of you will be meeting with me during my Office Hours. What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy! Here is a quote to inspire you “Choose your friends with caution, plan your future with purpose, and frame your life with faith.” – Thomas S. Monson
    If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are heads, leap, let’s, something, voice, won’t. The Power Words are: break, deep, direction, divide, fiery, fluffy, mission, nature, spectacular, spindly. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” adjectives, brainstorm, context, description, detail, evidence, inference, narrator, opinion, persuade, point of view, reason, research, plan, source, synonym, text organization, topic. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK : Module 2 Lesson 6

    Due Date: Thursday, DECEMBER 16, 2020

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 6
    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 15, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    DUE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2020

    What is your favorite animal? Write a report including what it looks like, what are its predators, where it lives, what it eats


    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020
    Write complete sentences to describe fall using descriptive words.

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and brimming with self-confidence! Self-confidence is an attitude about your skills and abilities. It means you accept and trust yourself and have a sense of control in your life. You know your strengths and weakness well, and have a positive view of yourself. We are going to have a great day of teaching and learning!
    If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are heads, leap, let’s, something, voice, won’t. The Power Words are: break, deep, direction, divide, fiery, fluffy, mission, nature, spectacular, spindly. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” adjectives, brainstorm, context, description, detail, evidence, inference, narrator, opinion, persuade, point of view, reason, research, plan, source, synonym, text organization, topic. Please have a great day!


    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 6

    Due Date: Thursday, DECEMBER 16, 2020

    EXIT TICKET MODULE 2 LESSON 6
    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 15, 2020


    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    DUE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2020

    What is your favorite animal? Write a report including what it looks like, what are its predators, where it lives, what it eats


    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020
    Write complete sentences to describe fall using descriptive words.

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you have the confidence to do your best today!. Do you know what confidence means? Confidence is a feeling of self-assurance arising from one's appreciation of one's own abilities or qualities; for example, she's brimming with confidence"
    If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are cycle, evaporation, liquid. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are heads, leap, let’s, something, voice, won’t. The Power Words are: break, deep, direction, divide, fiery, fluffy, mission, nature, spectacular, spindly. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.” adjectives, brainstorm, context, description, detail, evidence, inference, narrator, opinion, persuade, point of view, reason, research, plan, source, synonym, text organization, topic. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 5

    Due Date: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 14, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020

    Write complete sentences to describe spring including descriptive words.

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    DUE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2020

    Create a map of your room with your parents or an older sibling!.

    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is Friday! Another amazing week has ended! It is another Synchronous Day! School starts promptly at 8:30 a.m.What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling motivated and inspired! Here is the Kids Definition of inspiration 1: the act or power of arousing the mind or the emotions the inspiration of music.2: a clever idea While deciding on a costume, I had an inspiration.3: something that moves someone to act, create, or feel an emotion Mountains were the painter's inspiration.
    We are blessed to be in school for sixty-three days. If you have index cards please write the following words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: call, could, know, there, were, would. The Power Words are: background knowledge, circling, clenched, herd, limit, mark, pelted, predators, prey, missed, school, puny, scold, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.”Chronological order, description, detail, event, plot, problem, resolution, story structure, summarize, text organization, verb. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20
    EXIT TICKET Module 2 Lesson 4 Due Date: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020
    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 4

    Due Date: MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2020

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 11, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2020
    Write a “how-to” text to explain the tactics armadillos use to survive in their habitats.

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    DUE MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2020
    Write your home address on an envelope if you have one at home.

     

    THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020

    THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10HOMEWORK/CLASSWORKAll day
    Good Morning Scholars,
    How are you today? Today is Thursday! It is a Synchronous Day! School starts promptly at 8:30 a.m.What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and confident!. We are blessed to be in school for sixty-two days. If you have index cards please write the following words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: call, could, know, there, were, would. The Power Words are: background knowledge, circling, clenched, herd, limit, mark, pelted, predators, prey, missed, school, puny, scold, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.”Chronological order, description, detail, event, plot, problem, resolution, story structure, summarize, text organization, verb. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 10, 2020

    MODULE 2 LESSON EXIT TICKET

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 3

    Due Date: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 10, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT
    Write a report about squirrels using words and pictures.

    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020

    DUE TODAY: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020
    What is a wind vane? Explain using words and pictures.
     

     

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is Wednesday! It is an Asynchronous Day! You will be working independently! It’s not a day off from school.! Please get your minutes on iReady and complete your assignments! What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and confident!. We are blessed to be in school for sixty-one days. If you have index cards please write the following words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: call, could, know, there, were, would. The Power Words are: background knowledge, circling, clenched, herd, limit, mark, pelted, predators, prey, missed, school, puny, scold, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.”Chronological order, description, detail, event, plot, problem, resolution, story structure, summarize, text organization, verb. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 2

    Due Date: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 9, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT


    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020
    Write a paragraph to describe Ol Mama Squirrel. Try to use the high-frequency words by, call, could, know, were, would in your sentences,

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020

    Please make your pinwheel, take a picture of it and send it to me in Class Dojo. Also, write complete sentences to describe your pinwheel.
     
     
     

    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy! We are blessed to be in school for sixty days. If you have index cards please write the following words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: call, could, know, there, were, would. The Power Words are: background knowledge, circling, clenched, herd, limit, mark, pelted, predators, prey, missed, school, puny, scold, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.”Chronological order, description, detail, event, plot, problem, resolution, story structure, summarize, text organization, verb. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20

    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 2

    Due Date: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 8, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020
    Write a paragraph to describe Ol Mama Squirrel. Try to use the high-frequency words by, call, could, know, were, would in your sentences,

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020

    Please make your pinwheel, take a picture of it and send it to me in Class Dojo. Also, write complete sentences to describe your pinwheel.

     

    MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you have the motivation to do your best today!. Do you know what motivation means? “Motivation is the thing inside us that helps us to want to do things and finish them, even when those things might be hard, like cleaning our room or reading a whole book by ourselves.” If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: call, could, know, there, were, would. The Power Words are: background knowledge, circling, clenched, herd, limit, mark, pelted, predators, prey, missed, school, puny, scold, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Reader’s Vocabulary Words.”Chronological order, description, detail, event, plot, problem, resolution, story structure, summarize, text organization, verb. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Eureka Math: Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20
    HOMEWORK: Module 2 Lesson 1

    Due Date: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 4, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020

    What is fantasy? Explain using words and pictures.

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    DUE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2020
    Look up and write the meaning of the 4 cardinal direction words: north, south, east, and west in a dictionary or on the computer or telephone.

     

    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you have empathy for the children who are less fortunate than you!. Do you remember what empathy means? Empathy means the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. If you have index cards please write the words, put them up in your room, and read them every day! The “Big Idea Words” this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are all, down, four, from, her, now, saw, went. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are background knowledge, clarify, describing word, description, detail, mental image, monitor, narrator, point of view, reread, text organization, visual. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dull, experts, lenses, once, pupils, sharp, sheds, shingle, shriek, stroll, swivel, thank. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 END OF MODULE ASSESSMENT


    ASSESSMENT POSTED IN CLASS STORY AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 4, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2020
    Answer the questions on pages 78-79 in my Book 2 "On my Own “News"

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    DUE MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2020
    Record your observation of the Moon on the Moon Calendar.

     

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 2020

     Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is Wednesday! It is an Asynchronous Day! You will be working independently! What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling cheerful and confident!. Big Idea Words this week are camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are all, down, four, from, her, now, saw, went. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are background knowledge, clarify, describing word, description, detail, mental image, monitor, narrator, point of view, reread, text organization, visual. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dull, experts, lenses, once, pupils, sharp, sheds, shingle, shriek, stroll, swivel, thank. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Please complete any unfinished work!

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 39
    https://youtu.be/CK6OvUp0ssM

    HOMEWORK LESSON 39 DUE; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2020
    ASSIGNMENT POSTED IN CLASS STORY

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 1, 2020
    EXIT TICKET LESSON 39

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Wednesday, December 2, 2020
    Write sentences to explain what you would do if you had a trunk like an elephant.

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2020

    SCIENCE
    In your opinion, which season is the best. Give reasons to support your opinion,

     

    TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 02, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and excited to be in school another day!. Big Idea Words this week are: camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: all, down, four, from, her, now, saw, went. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: background knowledge, clarify, describing word, description, detail, mental image, monitor, narrator, point of view, reread, text organization, visual. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dull, experts, lenses, once, pupils, sharp, sheds, shingle, shriek, stroll, swivel, thank. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 39
    https://youtu.be/CK6OvUp0ssM

    HOMEWORK LESSON 39 DUE; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2020
    ASSIGNMENT POSTED IN CLASS STORY

    DUE TODAY: DECEMBER 1, 2020
    EXIT TICKET LESSON 39

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Wednesday, December 2, 2020
    Pick one animal and write a report to explain how that animal sees. 

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2020

    SCIENCE
    Write a report about one of the 3 clouds cirrus, cumulus, or stratus. 

    MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling refreshed and energized after a restful Thanksgiving break. Big Idea Words this week are: camouflage, characteristics, and mammal. The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: all, down, four, from, her, now, saw, went. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: background knowledge, clarify, describing word, description, detail, mental image, monitor, narrator, point of view, reread, text organization, visual. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dull, experts, lenses, once, pupils, sharp, sheds, shingle, shriek, stroll, swivel, thank. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 38
    https://youtu.be/rSHYsy-fW88

    HOMEWORK LESSON 38 DUE; TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2020
    ASSIGNMENT POSTED IN CLASS STORY

    DUE TODAY: November 30, 2020
    EXIT TICKET LESSON 38

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Tuesday, December 1, 2020
    What information did you learn from the story Whose Eyes Am I?
    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2020

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Students will write complete sentences using the directional words near, next to, above, inside, and below.

     

    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is an Asynchronous Day! You will be working independently. Also, it’s Half Day! What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling overjoyed to have two and a half days off this week. Also, Thanksgiving Day is going to be amazing as you spend time with your family and eat some delicious foods! Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!
    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 37

    https://youtu.be/YWKrUox95G4

    DUE TODAY: November 25, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT


    DUE TODAY: NOVEMBER 25, 2020
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2020

    SCIENCE
    Students will complete the best season writing project posted in Class Story..Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is an Asynchronous Day! You will be working independently. Also, it’s a Half Day! What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling overjoyed to have two and a half days off this week. Also, Thanksgiving Day is going to be amazing as you spend time with your family and eat some delicious foods! Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t, grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

     

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 37

    https://youtu.be/YWKrUox95G4

    DUE TODAY: November 25, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT


    DUE TODAY: NOVEMBER 25, 2020
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2020

    SCIENCE
    Students will complete the best season writing project posted in Class Story.

     TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2020

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORKAll day
    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are not feeling overwhelmed thinking about all the food you are going to eat on Thanksgiving Day with your family! Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 37

    https://youtu.be/YWKrUox95G4

    DUE TODAY: November 24, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    Students will complete page 11 in myBook 2.

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2020
    SCIENCE
    Students will complete the best season writing project.
     

    MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? I hope you had a great weekend. Please remember to sign up for Parent-Teacher Conferences Today from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. I am also available from 1 pm to 3:20 pm. What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited about spending Thanksgiving with your family. The Big Idea Words this week are: camouflage, characteristics, mammal. The High-Frequency Words are bold text, caption, detail, event, evidence, italic text, label, photo, sequence, synonym. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” empty, exclaimed, hunts, propel, sinking, soon, spring, stubby, surprise, twigs, warm. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Due Date

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 36

    https://youtu.be/YWKrUox95G4

    DUE TODAY: November 23, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    ELA ASSIGNMENT
    Listen to the story Best Foot Forward
    https://youtu.be/fybqk1fnCSA
    DUE DATE: Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    Imagine that you had wings! What could you do? Explain using words and pictures.

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2020

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Students will explain the differences between a city and a town.

     Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are not feeling disappointed or frustrated when reflecting on your
    Academic Performance and behavior this week. I hope you have a fantastic week-end.

    .
    The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t, grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Lesson 35 Exit Ticket Due: Today, Friday November 20, 2020


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Due on: Monday, November 23, 2020

    Lesson 35 HW (posted in Class Story and Google Classroom).

    ://youtu.be/S53cNVPT7bs


    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA Assignment



    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES DUE: DAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2020
    Students will revise their skits and practice their lines and actions.

     

     

    THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are not feeling sad or scared. What does scared mean? It is an adjective. It means fearful; frightened. Example: "I wasn't scared at all"

    The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Lesson 34 Exit Ticket Due: Today, Thursday, November 19, 2020


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Due on: FRIDAY, November 20, 2020

    Lesson 34 HW (posted in Class Story and Google Classroom).
    https://youtu.be/M0AnnJR08IY

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA Assignment

    Students will publish their Performance Task.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE DUE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2020

    Students will observe the Moon in the night sky and record their observations in their notebooks.

     

    WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? Today is an Asynchronous Day. What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident and bold to work independently today. Please complete any unfinished classwork and homework assignments. The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    Please complete all your assignments on the due dates. Please continue to work on writing the rough draft of your Performance Task. Please do your best!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Lessons 32 and 33 Homework Assignments
    Lessons 32 and 33 Exit Tickets

    DUE TODAY: November 18, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Thursday, November 12, 2020
    Please complete your Performance Task

    DUE TODAY: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2020

    SCIENCE
    Please record your moon observation in your notebook
     

    TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling enthusiastic about learning new things. Enthusiastic is an adjective. It means having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.
    For example, "the promoter was enthusiastic about the concert venue"
    The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Due Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 33

    https://youtu.be/q-mzFdg-SV8

    EXIT TICKET Lesson 33

    DUE TODAY: November 17, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Wednesday, November 17, 2020
    Please complete your rough draft for the Performance Task

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020

    SCIENCE
    Please record your moon observation using the worksheet provided with your supplies.
     
    Reminders set
    Comment

     

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling empathetic. Empathetic is an adjective showing an ability to understand and share the feelings of another, "she's compassionate and empathetic towards her daughter" The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t, grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

     

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

     Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

     Due Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2020

     Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 32

     https://youtu.be/YWKrUox95G4

     DUE TODAY: November 17, 2020

     Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

     DUE DATE: Tuesday, November 17, 2020

    Please complete your graphic organizer for the Performance Task

     DUE TODAY:

    1. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    2. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    DUE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020

    SOCIAL STUDIES

     Write sentences to explain what your Orange Community is like, Is it big or small.? What is the weather like?

     

    FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling compassionate and empathetic. What does empathetic mean? It means: showing an ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

    The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t, grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK/ ASSIGNMENTS

    Lesson 31 Exit Ticket Due: Today, Friday November 13, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Due on: Monday, November 16, 2020

    Lesson 31 HW (posted in Class Story and Google Classroom).


    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    What lesson did you learn from If You Plant a Seed? Write a book report to tell others about the story and how you feel about it. My Book 2 page 211.


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    SCIENCE DUE: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2020
    Students will write a paragraph and draw pictures to describe the different types of clouds.

    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling elated and ready to excel in school! Elated is an adjective. An adjective describes a noun. It means very happy or proud; jubilant; in high spirits: an elated winner of a contest.The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t, grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Friday, November 13, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Lesson 30 HW (posted in Class Story and Google Classroom).

    https://youtu.be/la4439_cV_o

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    write a paragraph to describe Bat's emotion using details from the text. You may use the sentence frame to help you! The bat felt__________ because ___________ . Draw a picture.


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    SCIENCE Due: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13, 2020
    Students will write a paragraph and draw pictures to describe the different types of clouds.

    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling enthusiastic to work independently today. The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words: we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t, grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    Please complete all your assignments on the due dates. The Marking Period ends on Friday, November 13, 2020. Please do your best!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Lessons 28 and 29 Homework Assignments

    DUE TODAY: November 11, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Thursday, November 12, 2020
    Please complete pages 114 and 115 in my Book 1

    DUE TODAY: Wednesday, November 11, 2020
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    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE WEDNESDAY: NOVEMBER 11, 2020

    SCIENCE
    Weather tool quiz!.

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling brave and ready to excel in school! The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday, November 11, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Lesson 29 HW (posted in Class Story).

    https://youtu.be/TLxLx0kytUg

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Complete pages 108 and 109 in my Book 2.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    Please complete the Science Weather Quiz

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling brave and ready to excel in school! The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday, November 11, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Lesson 29 HW (posted in Class Story).

    https://youtu.be/TLxLx0kytUg

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Complete pages 108 and 109 in my Book 2.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    Please complete the Science Weather Quiz

    NOVEMBER 9, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited about being in school today! The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: after, before, does, don’t grow, into, no, wash. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are adjective, base word, central idea, character, connection, detail, experience, moral, narrator, point of view, suffix, supporting evidence, theme, topic. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” dusk, fruits, heap, jeered, quarrel, penalty, seed, short, stumbled, trouble. Please have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday, November 10, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Lesson 28 HW (posted in Class Story).

    https://youtu.be/UGMmSgHZMtY

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Complete pages 108 and 109 in my Book 2.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Please complete the Chapter 1 Assessment

    NOVEMBER 4, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling overjoyed to work independently today. You have no school on Thursday, November 5, and Friday, November 6, for the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) Convention. Please complete all your assignments on the due dates. The Marking Period ends next week. Please do your best!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday, November 4, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    DUE TODAY: November 4, 2020

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes

    ELA ASSIGNMENT

    DUE DATE: Monday, November 9, 2020
    Please complete pages 128 and 129 in my Book 2

    DUE TODAY:
    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    DUE MONDAY: NOVEMBER 9, 2020
    SCIENCE
    What is the weather today? Explain using words and pictures.

    NOVEMBER 1, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited about this very short week! The Big Idea Words this week are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: about, out. eat, put, how, takes, makes, who. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: action, description, setting, context clue, describe, detail, evidence, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” against, chum, close, docked, drive, harbor, heal, pointing, spoon, stock, unload. Do you know the meaning of each word? If you have a dictionary you could look up the definitions of the words you do not know! Have a great day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday, November 4, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.
    Lesson 27 HW (posted in Class Story).

    https://youtu.be/86cs4x9-NPM

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Who is Pele? Why is he so important? Explain using words and pictures.

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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    What is direct democracy? Explain using words and pictures.

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling rejuvenated after an easy day yesterday! The Big Idea Words are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: about, out. eat, put, how, takes, makes, who. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are action, description, setting, context clue, describe, detail, evidence, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” against, chum, close, docked, drive, harbor, heal, pointing, spoon, stock, unload. Please continue to do your best to complete your Benchmark Assessment! Today is the last day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Friday, October 30, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.
    Lesson 25 HW (posted in Class Story).
    https://youtu.be/sGcll0yjcok

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment
    Listen to the story Who put the Cookies in the Cookie Jar? Continue to work on Publishing your Benchmark Assessment.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    Meteorologists use the tools anemometer, rain gauge, weather vane, and thermometer. Write sentences about each tool.
     

    WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and excited to work independently! The Big Idea Words are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: about, out. eat, put, how, takes, makes, who. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: action, description, setting, context clue, describe, detail, evidence, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”against, chum, close, docked, drive, harbor, heal, pointing, spoon, stock, unload. Please continue to do your best completing your Benchmark Assessment! Today is the last day!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

     Due on: Thursday, October 29, 2020

     

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    NB!

    Please watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    Lesson 24 HW (posted in Class Story).

    https://youtu.be/5cbpMm7se2g

     

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

     

    Continue to work on Publishing your Benchmark Assessment.

     

    1. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    2. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg

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    SCIENCE

    Explain your understanding of the word weather..using words and pictures        .

     

    TUESDAY.OCTOBER 27, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling motivated and ready to do your best! The Big Idea Words are: area, population, working, The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: about, out. eat, put, how, takes, makes, who. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: action, description, setting, context clue, describe, detail, evidence, text organization, verb. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words:” against, chum, close, docked, drive, harbor, heal, pointing, spoon, stock, unload. Please continue to do your best to complete your Benchmark Assessment!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday, October 28, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.
    Lesson 24 HW (posted in Class Story).
    https://youtu.be/5cbpMm7se2g

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Continue to work on your Benchmath rough draft’.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    Explain your understanding of the word weather using words and pictures.

    MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling motivated and ready to do your best! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do, live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Please continue to do your best to complete your Benchmark Assessment!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday, October 27, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.
    Lesson 23 HW (posted in Class Story).
    https://youtu.be/YHgEZSJZ3qk

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Continue to work on your Benchmath rough draft’.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Students will complete Social Studies Workbook page 29

     

    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling upbeat, confident, and ready to do your test! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do, live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.”canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Please do your best to complete your Benchmark Assessment!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Monday, October 26, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Watch The Video, do the work, take a picture and send it to me in Class Dojo or Google Classroom.

    https://youtu.be/iLsWMvxUtsg

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Continue to work on your rough draft’.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    Students will draw some science objects and write a number sentence., a number bond, and a statement.

     

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident and ready to do your test! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do, live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Please do your best to complete your Benchmark Assessment!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Friday, October 22, 2020

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 22: 1. 1 page 20 .

    https://youtu.be/iLsWMvxUtsg

     Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA Assignment

    Continue to work on your rough draft’

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SCIENCE
    Students will draw some science objects and write a number sentence., a number bond, and a statement.

    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited about school! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: October 21, 2020


    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badg
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    SOCIAL STUDIES

    Please complete a video assignment on Savvas (Pierson Realize)


    ELA ASSIGNMENT DUE on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2020

    ELA: Why are communities important? Write some facts to be used in your Benchmark Assessment.

    https://youtu.be/FoBrHzGCbR4

    TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling enthusiastic about school! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do, live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are: bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Today I am going to model for you how to respond to a writing prompt for your ELA Benchmark Assessments on Thursday and Friday. Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday Morning, October 21, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send it in Message in Class Dojo.

    Please watch the math video!!!

    Lesson 21: https://youtu.be/cNcg-Z2yA1w


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Eureka Math Module1 Lesson 21 Homework 1.1 (posted in Class Story)

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    How are some of the places in the text, Places in my Neighborhood alike or different from your Orange Neighborhood?

    https://youtu.be/BZveRD-k6I8

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=
    SCIENCE
    In your opinion which air and pressure experiment is the best. Explain using words and pictures.

     

     

    MONDAY, OCTOBER 19. 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling motivated to do your best this week! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Today I am going to model for you how to respond to a writing prompt for your ELA Benchmark Assessments on Thursday and Friday. Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 20, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send it in a Message in Class Dojo.

    Please watch the math video!!!

    https://youtu.be/71pSWMxSaxI


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Eureka Math Module1 Lesson 20 Homework 1.1 page 80 and 81

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    What is the author's purpose for writing the story. ABUELA! Link is below!

    https://youtu.be/BZveRD-k6I8

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    How does the government help us? Explain using words and pictures.

     

    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling adventurous as you think about your weekend.! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town. Today I am going to model for you how to respond to a writing prompt for your writing prompt next week. Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time. I hope you have a great weekend!

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Monday Morning, October 19, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in a Message in Class Dojo.

     Please watch the math video!!!

     https://youtu.be/wljWSBaS9wk


    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Eureka Math Module1 Lesson 19 Homework 1.1 pages 76

     Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    What is the author's purpose for writing the story  Maybe Something BEAUTIFUL?

     2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentacces
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    SCIENCE

    Students will explore air pressure using materials at home and write a report.

     

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited and focused.! The High-Frequency Words we are learning this week are: do live, of, our wants, what, with, your. The Reader’s Vocabulary words are bold text, connection, context clue, describe, detail, experience, label, map, noun, setting, summarize, symbol. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” canvas, clinic, community, decorated, dipped, gazed, gloom, heart, map, places, purpose, town.
    Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time.

    CLASSWORK/Homework Assignments

    Due on: Friday Morning, October 16, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in a Message in Class Dojo.

    Please watch the math video!!!

    https://youtu.be/wljWSBaS9wk

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Eureka Math Module1 Lesson 18 Homework 1.1 pages 72-73

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Students will write sentences to describe the setting of the story “Maybe Something Beautiful” and draw a picture.

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

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    SCIENCE
    Students will draw a picture and write sentences to explain how air takes up space by describing the experiment with the vial and paper towel.

     

     WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling upbeat and responsible as you work independently! The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Can you use these words in sentences? The Vocabulary words are: toilet. belong, gifted persists, smeared, sketched Please write them on index cards and put them up in your room so you can read them every day. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” accept, calm, happened, introduce, kinds, last, partner, ridiculous, search, together, trip, and wished. Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time. Please send me a picture of you doing your work on iRead or iReady!

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK Assignments

    Due on: Thursday Morning, October 14, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send it in Message in Class Dojo.

    Please watch the math video!!!
    https://youtu.be/ZA11DFrDgVg

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 17: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 69.(if you have done it already that’s great!”
    Problem Set page 68

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA

    Listen to the story: Places in My Neighborhood

    https://youtu.be/YxKIYn3-g04

    What places do you see in your Neighborhood?

    The places I see in my neighborhood are ___________________________________________________________/

    Please send me a picture of you working on iRead or iReady

    2.Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    3.SCIENCE
    Students will explore air pressure using materials at home and write a report or create a parachute, take a picture and submit it for grading.

     

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020.

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? How was your long weekend? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are happy and feeling motivated to do your best today. The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too, up, will, you. The Vocabulary words are toilet. belong, gifted, persists, smeared, sketched Please write them on index cards and put them up in your room so you can read them every day. You could challenge yourself .by reading these “Power Words.” accept, calm, happened, introduce, kinds, last, partner, ridiculous, search, together, trip, and wished. Please try your best to complete all your assignments on time.

    CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday Morning, October 14, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 17: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 69.
    https://youtu.be/ZA11DFrDgVg

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Nana in the City
    https://youtu.be/3dzKWd5KieA
    Write sentences to describe Nana and the City.

    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SCIENCE
    Students will explore air pressure using materials at home and write a report or create a parachute, take a picture and submit it for grading.

     

    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
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    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    HOMEWORK/CLASSWORK Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident. In the book Whose Hands are These? we learned about News Reporters. "Who is News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. "Who are News Reporters?" News Reporters are called journalists. They find out what's happening and share up to date information with the public. Would you like to become a News Reporter? The high-frequency words we learned this week are: are, buy, little, said, too. up, will, you. Please write them on index cards and study them over the weekend.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 13, 2020
    Please submit in Google Classroom or take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 16: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 66.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 16
    https://youtu.be/-r-iAOO4Crc

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    Which community helper do you think is best? Give reasons to support your opinion.
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Create a list of leaders at home. Why are they important?

     

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited. We will be learning the high-frequency words: are, buy, little, said, too, up, will, you. Can you find these words in the message? Where are you going to buy food today? Are you too little to go to the store? The author of the book “Whose hands are these?”, said that the genre of this book is informational text. It is about what different workers in the community do with their hands.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Thursday Morning, October 9, 2020
    Please take a picture and send it in a Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 15: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 63.
    Exit Ticket Lesson 15
    https://youtu.be/oeQXn_qRg-Q

    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    1. Interview the cook in your house. For example; when did you learn to cook? What is your favorite dish to cook? Why is it your favorite dish?


    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SCIENCE
    Explore how air takes up space using objects at home and write a report.

      

    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling upbeat. We will be reviewing words with a short i. “Where is short I? Where is short I? Here I am. Here I am. I am on a big, fig, Silly Rick, And pig wig. The book we are going to reread today is titled Whose Hands are These? The genre of this book is an informational text about what different workers in the community do with their hands.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday Morning, October  7, 2020
    Please take a picture and send it to Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 14 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 14: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 60.
    Problem Set Lesson 14: page 58
    https://youtu.be/UszmqsXf9ME
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    Please complete short a and I Word Sort posted in Class Sort!
    Describe Pete the Cat. What's the setting of the story?
    Pete the Cat: https://youtu.be/JdSBrVFoIhg
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    This is the Week of Respect. Please watch the two videos. Write what you learned from the videos. You may need to right-click then click on "open hyperlink" to open them.
    All About Respect Song!
    A Little Respectful Spot
     
     

     TUESDAY,  OCTOBER 6, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and confident. We will be reviewing words with short a. Let’s begin with the task at hand. We are going to read a book Tam and Bat. This story has many words with short a. Sam sat. Tab sat. Tam sat. See the bat Tab. We like this bat. We like Tam. The book we are going to reread today is titled Whose Hands are These? The genre of this book is an informational text about what different workers do in the community do to their hands.

    Homework Assignments

    Due on: Wednesday Morning, October 7, 2020
    Please take a picture and send it to Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 13 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 13: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 60-61.
    https://youtu.be/ebgKFZrbR58

    ELA
    Whose hand do you think is the best? Give reasons to support your opinion,

    SCIENCE
    What is Air Resistance? Write sime facts you learned from the video.

    MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited and upbeat. We will be learning the high-frequency words long, like, both and time, This is going to be a long week. What kinds of books do you like to read when you have time? The book we are going to read today is titled Whose Hands are These? The genre of this book is an informational text about what different workers in the community do with their hands. Both of our hands do excellent work.
    Homework Assignments
    Due on: Tuesday Morning, October 6, 2020
    Please take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 12 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 12: 1. 1 in Student Workbook page 53- 54.

    ELA
    Why do you think the author wrote the book, “Whose Hands are These?”Give reasons to support your opinion.

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Identify a leader at school and explain why this person is a leader.

     

    Good Morning Parents and Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling hopeful and cheerful. Please do not log in to Google Classroom! I will not be there. Children should log in at 10:15 am to 11:00 am. Please complete all assignments posted in Class Dojo or Google Classroom. I am going to miss you today! Watch the math video and complete the assignments given by the teacher. We will completer the pages on Monday. Use today to complete all missing assignments. Please remember to try your best and never give up! If at first you don’t succeed try, try, again.
    .I provided the links for the texts that we need to read in order to complete the Benchmark Writing Assessment we will take at the end of the Module. Listen to the story, Ralph Tells a Story and answer the question.
    Is Ralph a good Citizen? Give reasons to support your opinion. Writing only the word “Yes” or “No” is not answering the question!
    I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.
    The meet link is provided in the Stream when you get to the Classroom “AT 10: 15 am. Please click on it to join the class,

    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt


    Classwork/Homework Assignments

    Homework DUE DATE: Monday, October 5, 2020

    MATH

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 12:
    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 12 1.1
    https://youtu.be/me0Ko3axEiE
    Problem Set p Lesson 12
    Exit Ticket Lesson 12
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA

    Listen to the story, Ralph Tells a Story and answer the question.
    Is Ralph a good Citizen? Give reasons to support your opinion. Writing only the word “Yes” or “No” is not answering the question!
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=


    SCIENCE
    Watch the video about Air and Water. Write 5 facts that you learned about Air from the video.
    Air and Water https://youtu.be/aIDwG-SAqc8

     

    Good Morning Parents and Scholars,
    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling enthusiastic and cheerful. Please complete all assignments posted in Class Dojo or Google Classroom. I am going to miss you today! Please remember to try your best and never give up! If at first, you don’t succeed try, try, again.
    .Parents we will continue to use Google Classroom this week. Could you please join our Classroom by using the Invite Link and Join Code below? I provided the links for the texts that we need to read in order to complete the Benchmark Writing Assessment we will take at the end of the Module. Today please listen to the Read Aloud, Big Dilly’s Tale. Let me know your opinion of this text. I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.
    The meet link is provided in the Stream when you get to the Classroom. Please click on it to join the class,
    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt
    Classwork/Homework Assignments
    Homework DUE DATE: Friday, October 2, 2020
    MATH

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 11: https://youtu.be/265QJJf5eIU
    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 11 1.1 pages 49 - 50.
    Problem Set p.48 Lesson 11
    Exit Ticket Lesson 11
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    Listen to the story, Big Dilly’s Tale, and answer the question
    What surprised you in the story?
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=
    SCIENCE
    Watch the video about Air and Water. Write 5 facts that you learned about Air from the video.
    Air and Water https://youtu.be/aIDwG-SAqc8

    Good Morning Parents and Scholars,
    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling enthusiastic and cheerful. Please complete all assignments posted in Class Dojo or Google Classroom. I am going to miss you today! Please remember to try your best and never give up! If at first, you don’t succeed try, try, again.
    .Parents we will continue to use Google Classroom this week. Could you please join our Classroom by using the Invite Link and Join Code below? I provided the links for the texts that we need to read in order to complete the Benchmark Writing Assessment we will take at the end of the Module. Today please listen to the Read Aloud, Big Dilly’s Tale. Let me know your opinion of this text. I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.
    The meet link is provided in the Stream when you get to the Classroom. Please click on it to join the class,
    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt
    Classwork/Homework Assignments
    Homework DUE DATE: Friday, October 2, 2020
    MATH

    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 11: https://youtu.be/265QJJf5eIU
    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 11 1.1 pages 49 - 50.
    Problem Set p.48 Lesson 11
    Exit Ticket Lesson 11
    Go on iReady Math – 25 minutes https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    ELA
    Listen to the story, Big Dilly’s Tale, and answer the question
    What surprised you in the story?
    2. Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    3. Go on iReady ELA – 20 minutes - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=
    SCIENCE
    Watch the video about Air and Water. Write 5 facts that you learned about Air from the video.
    Air and Water https://youtu.be/aIDwG-SAqc8

     Good Morning Parents and Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling hopeful and excited. Today we are learning how to ask and answer questions about key details in a text. After listening to the story Suki’s Kimono please write a question you could ask one of your classmates about the story.
    .Parents we will continue to use Google Classroom this week. If you have not already done so, could you please join our Class by using the Invite Link and Join Code below? I provided the links for the texts that we need to read in order to complete the Benchmark Writing Assessment we will take at the end of the Module. I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.
    The meet link is provided in the Stream when you get to the Classroom. Please click on it to join the class for Ms. Wszolkowski at 10:15 am. You will leave when she leaves at 11:00 am.
    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt

    Classwork/Homework Assignments

    Homework DUE DATE: Wednesday, September 30, 2020

    MATH
    HOMEWORK
    Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 10 1.1 pages 45 - 46.
    Complete Problem Set and Exit Ticket for Lesson 10 1.1
    https://youtu.be/LzVvdbVdoNg

    ELA
    Go on iRead – 20 minutes – https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess
    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Go on to the CLEVER website and log into the Social Studies SAVVAS website - https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BNGNjOWIxODljODlhNzAxZTJmNTVjYTAyNmExZWMwNjFkNWVjM2Y0MDFlNTYzMjQ3Yjg5OGU5YWIwMWVjZjk0Ng%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    Good Morning Parents and Scholars,

     How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling respectful and happy. Today we will be learning to identify the characteristics of realistic fiction. They are:

    • Realistic fiction   stories tend to take place in the present or recent past.
    • Characters are involved in events that could happen.
    • Characters live in places that could be or are real.
    • The characters seem like real people with real issues solved in a realistic

    .Parents we will continue to use Google Classroom this week.  Could you please join our Classroom by using the Invite Link and Join Code below? I provided the links for the texts that we need to read in order to complete the Benchmark Writing Assessment we will take at the end of the Module. I posted the Math Homework in Google Classroom. I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.

    The meet link is provided in the Stream when you get to the Classroom. Please click on it to join the class,

     

    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

     

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt

     Homework Assignments

     Homework DUE DATE: Tuesday, September 29, 2020

      MATH

     Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 10 1.1 pages 45 - 46.

     Students will draw and write about how they think Suki felt.

       SOCIAL STUDIES

    Students will create a list of the consequences that will result when we do not follow rules.

     

     Good Morning Parents and Scholars,

     How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling confident and optimistic. Today we will be learning to identify the features of informational text. These features include the table of contents, index, glossary, headings, bold words, sidebars, pictures and captions, and labeled diagrams. These features can be helpful if they are concise, related to the content, and clear, or they can be harmful if they are poorly organized, only loosely related to the content, or too wordy.

    .Parents we need to start using Google Classroom this week.  Could you please join our Classroom by using the Invite Link and Join Code below? I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.

     Meet linkhttps://meet.google.com/lookup/djlbrgiiwm

     Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

     JOIN CODE 5nojijt

     Homework Assignments

     Homework DUE DATE: Tuesday, September 29, 2020

     MATH

     A Math Word Problem Work Sheet was posted in Class Story.

     

      ELA

    Read a book. Write what happens First, Next, Then, and Last in the story.

     

    SCIENCE

     Create a “Parachute” using materials at home.

    Good Morning Scholars,

     How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling blissful and jubilant. We will be learning that the genre of text can help us figure out the author’s purpose. The informative text gives information. The persuasive text gives someone’s opinion, and fiction can entertain and teach a lesson. Parents we need to start using Google Classroom this week. We need to start logging into Google Classroom instead of Google Meet. Could you please join our Classroom by using the Invite Link and Join Code below?  I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.

     

    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

     

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt

    Today’s Google Meet Link is:

    meet.google.com/msr-ewqq-qov

    Join by phone

    ‪(US) +1 929-356-5710‬ PIN: ‪182 438 748‬#

     

    Homework Assignments

     

    Due on : Friday Morning, September 24, 2020

     

    Please take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

     

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1Sums and Differences to 10

     

    Lesson 9: https://youtu.be/56sfF4nVoVg

     

    Homework Lesson 9: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 40 - 41.

    ELA

    Students will use the power words in sentences: trip. partner, wished and last. Draw a picture to illustrate each sentence.

     

    SCIENCE

    Students will write and draw a picture to show what they learned about compressed air.

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotions are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling happy and appreciative. We will be learning how to ask questions to clarify understanding, To clarify means to make (something) easier to understand. There are some question words that we call WH words. They are Who What, When, Where, Which, and Why.
    Parents we need to start using Google Classroom by Thursday, September 24, 2020. We need to start logging into Google Classroom instead of Google Meet. Could you please join our Classroom by using the Invite Link and Join Code below. I will continue to publish assignments and messages in Class Dojo until we learn how to complete assignments in Google Classroom.

    Invite Link. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3NjM0MDc3MzMw?cjc=5nojijt

    JOIN CODE 5nojijt


    Today’s Google Meet Link is:
    meet.google.com/msr-ewqq-qov
    Join by phone
    ‪(US) +1 929-356-5710‬ PIN: ‪182 438 748‬#

    Homework Assignments
    Due on: Thursday Morning. September 24, 2020
    Please take a picture and send it to Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 8 https://youtu.be/tih5GhMwkHo
    Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 7: 1. 1 in Student Workbook page 37.

    ELA
    Students will write about a special trip they took with their families.

    SOCIAL STUDIES
    Students will create a list of rules they have to follow in their Orange Community.

     

     

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling excited and upbeat. We will be learning about the features of realistic fiction. What are the features of realistic fiction?
    Realistic fiction is still make-believe.
    It could happen in real life.
    The characters are realistic or could be alive today.
    Characters have no superpowers.
    You feel like the story could happen to you.”

    Today’s Google Meet Link is:
    meet.google.com/msr-ewqq-qov
    Join by phone
    ‪(US) +1 929-356-5710‬ PIN: ‪182 438 748‬#

    Homework Assignments
    Due on: Wednesday Morning. September 23, 2020
    Please take a picture and send it in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 7 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 7: 1. 1 in Student Workbook page 32.

    ELA
    Students will draw a picture of their best friend and write complete sentences to describe their picture.

    SCIENCE
    Students will draw a picture and explain how parachutes work.

     

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are happy to be in school. We will be learning to use the order words first, next, then, and last. The author uses these words to indicate the order in which events happen in a story. We will be reviewing why authors write. They write to persuade, to inform, and to entertain. Please remember that nouns are persons, places, and things. Can you find examples of nouns at home? Also, I would like you to think about the things that make you special, take a picture, and post your ideas in the Message in ClassDojo.
    Today’s Google Meet Link is:
    meet.google.com/msr-ewqq-qov
    Join by phone
    ‪(US) +1 929-356-5710‬ PIN: ‪182 438 748‬#

    Homework Assignments
    Due on: Tuesday Morning. September 22, 2020
    Please take a picture and send it in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 6: 1. 1 in Student Workbook pages 25 and 26.

    ELA
    Students will write a sentence for each of the short words: mat, sat, bat, Sam, am, at.

    Social Studies
    Students will write about the rules they follow at home.
     

    Good Morning Scholars,

    How are you today? What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope you are feeling appreciative and joyful! If you did not finish your test yesterday it must be finished today. Can you read the Power Words: great, goodness, nervous, try, noisy, and hall? The Google Meet Link is the same one used yesterday. I hope you do not have any problems with joining our class!

    meet.google.com/nxh-zjkw-sjb 
    Join by phone 
    ‪(US) +1 620-359-7648‬ PIN: ‪387 924 453‬# 

    Please use the information provided to log in for the FRA and Reading Inventory Assessment.

    1.link https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/reading_inventory/loader/#/login
    2.Log in using the number that begins with 3. Use it for both the username AND password.
    3.Click on the green button "ABC"- Foundational Reading
    4.Click "Go On"
    5.Do not forget to submit your work when you are finished. If you need a break, you must save your work.

    Homework Assignments Due Today: Please take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework Lesson 3: 1.4 in Student Workbook

    ELA
    Students will write the high-frequency words: go, in, like, this, to, we and use each word in a sentence.

    Science
    Students will draw and write about what they learned about the properties of air.

     

    WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16,2020

     Good Morning Scholars,

     How are you today? This week we are learning about emotion in ELA. What emotion are you experiencing today? How do you feel about taking tests? Are you nervous or anxious? Can you read the Power Words enjoy, excited, furry, library, goodness, favorite, we, or thing. The Google Meet Link is the same one used yesterday. I hope you do not have any problems joining our class!

     meet.google.com/nxh-zjkw-sjb 

    Join by phone 

    ‪(US) +1 620-359-7648‬ PIN: ‪387 924 453‬# 

     

    Please use the information provided to log in for the FRA and Reading Inventory Assessment.

     link https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/reading_inventory/loader/#/login

    1. Log in using the numberthat begins with 3. Use it for both the username AND password.
    2. Click on the green button "ABC"- Foundational Reading
    3. Click "Go On"
    4. Do not forget to submit your work when you are finished. If you need a break, you must save your work.

      Homework Assignments Due Today: Please take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

     Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Homework Lesson 3: 1.3 in Student Workbook

     ELA

    Students will draw and write about the emotion they experienced while taking the test.

     Social Studies

    Students will draw and write about one of their rights.

    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER  15, 2020

    Good Morning Scholars,

     How are you today? Yesterday we learned about emotion in ELA. What emotion are you experiencing today? I hope it is positive! We are learning some big idea words, challenge, emotions and friendships. Can you read the Power Words enjoy, excited, furry, library, goodness, favorite. We are learning the high frequency words: go, is, like, see, the, this, to, we. In addition, we are learning about nouns. A noun is a person, place, or thing. The Google Meet Link is the same one used yesterday. I hope you do not have any problems joining our class!

     meet.google.com/nxh-zjkw-sjb 

    Join by phone 

    ‪(US) +1 620-359-7648‬ PIN: ‪387 924 453‬# 

     

    Homework Assignments Due Today: Please take a picture and send in Message in Class Dojo.

     

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 1 Sums and Differences to 10

    Homework 1.2 in Student Workbook

     

    ELA

    Students will draw and write about a challenge they experienced during the day.

     

    Science

    Students will draw a picture of a scientist with her/his tools and label the picture.

     

    Good Morning Scholars,

    Welcome to the second week of school. I hope you had a great weekend! I am excited to begin teaching and learning. This is the link to our Google Meet. I hope you will not have any problems logging in.
    meet.google.com/nxh-zjkw-sjb
    Join by phone
    ‪(US) +1 620-359-7648‬ PIN: ‪387 924 453‬#
    Today in ELA we will be learning about new friends and relationships. We will be learning some big idea words, challenges, emotions and friendships. Can you find the meaning of each word? We will be learning the high-frequency words: go, is, like, see, the, this, to, we. We will also be learning about nouns. A noun is a person, place, or thing.

    meet.google.com/nxh-zjkw-sjb
    Join by phone
    ‪(US) +1 620-359-7648‬ PIN: ‪387 924 453‬#

    Homework Assignments Due Today: Please take a picture and send it in Message in Class Dojo.

    Math: Eureka Math Module 1 Lesson 1 Sums and Differences to 10
    Homework 1.1 in Student Workbook

    ELA
    Students will draw and write about an emotion they experienced during the day.

    Social Studies
    Students will share what they learned with a family member.
     
     

     

     

     

    WEDNESDAY, DAY 64 June 24, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
    DUE DATE: JUNE 24, 2020
    Train to Somewhere
    Link Provided below
    https://youtu.be/osG-22GvMhA
    RAP
    OBJECTIVE: I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2 )
    VOCABULARY
    WORDS
    Orphan: a child whose parents are dead
    Placing out: the process of putting children with families who would care for them
    Adopt: taking a child into your home and legally making them your son or daughter
    Conductor: a person who travels on a train to help passengers and check tickets
    Spoil: to prevent something from being successful
    Split: to separate
    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? Today is the last day of the school year! I am blessed and thankful that we all made it safely to the end. I am really going to miss you! I am having a hard time fighting back the tears!! I would like to thank you for working so hard this year. You have learned a lot of new and interesting things. I hope you enjoyed the school year as much as I did! I would like to thank your parents for working so hard with you and making this year so successful!!! I expect great things from you in the second grade! I will be cheering for you when your name is called for Honor Roll!! Boys and girls, this is your last chance to listen to the book Train to Somewhere. You can listen to the book using the link provided. It’s a book based on the real Orphan Train that carried homeless children to small towns and farms in the Midwest in the hopes of placing them with caring families.

    For Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
    iREAD 20 MINUTES,
    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES
    MATH
    OBJECTIVE:
    I can practice my math skills on iReady.

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTE

     

     

    TUESDAY, DAY 63 June 23, 2020, CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
    DUE DATE:
    JUNE 23 , 2020
    Train to Somewhere
    Link Provided below
    https://youtu.be/osG-22GvMhA
    RAP
    OBJECTIVE: I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2 )
    VOCABULARY WORDS
    Orphan: a child whose parents are dead
    Placing out: the process of putting children with families who would care for them
    Adopt: taking a child into your home and legally making them your son or daughter
    Conductor: a person who travels on a train to help passengers and check tickets
    Spoil: to prevent something from being successful
    Split: to separate
    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? I hope all the fathers had a great day!!! Today we can reread the book, Train to Somewhere. You can listen to the book using the link provided. It’s a book based on the real Orphan Train that carried homeless children to small towns and farms in the Midwest in the hopes of placing them with caring families.

    For Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
    iREAD 20 MINUTES,
    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES
    MATH
    OBJECTIVE:
    I can practice my math skills on iReady.

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES
     
     

     

     

     

     

    MONDAY, DAY 62 June 22, 2020
    Classwork/Homework
    DUE DATE:
    JUNE 23 , 2020
    Train to Somewhere
    Link Provided below
    https://youtu.be/osG-22GvMhA
    RAP
    OBJECTIVE: I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2 )
    VOCABULARY
    WORDS
    Orphan: a child whose parents are dead
    Placing out: the process of putting children with families who would care for them
    Adopt: taking a child into your home and legally making them your son or daughter
    Conductor: a person who travels on a train to help passengers and check tickets
    Spoil: to prevent something from being successful
    Split: to separate
    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? I hope all the fathers had a great day!!! Also, I hope you had a great day celebrating with your father yesterday! We have one book that we did not get a chance to read. It’s rge book, Train to Somewhere. I would like you to listen to the book using the link provided. It’s a book based on the real Orphan Train that carried homeless children to small towns and farms in the Midwest in the hopes of placing them with caring families.

    For Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
    iREAD 20 MINUTES,
    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES
    MATH
    OBJECTIVE:
    I can practice my math skills on iReady.

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     

     

    FRIDAY DAY 61, June 19, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    Charlotte’s Web Animation Movies For Kids Link Provided below
    https://youtu.be/YY9_cgdgi-4

    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? We survived another week of virtual learning! Today is a Make-Up- Day to complete any unfinished work in all subjects. It also gives you time to get your minutes for iRead and iReady. Please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance! Please complete your social studies, math, and science tests. Today is Movie Day, you can watch Charlotte’s Web movie and compare it to the book. How are they alike, how are they different?

    JUNE 19th IS KNOWN AS JUNETEENTH DAY. HERE ARE SOME FUN FACTS FOR KIDS!!!

    JUNETEENTH IS ALSO KNOWN AS EMANCIPATION DAY OR FREEDOM DAY.
    JUNETEENTH IS A  HOLIDAY IN THE U.S THAT CELEBRATES THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DAY WHEN TEXAS WAS FORCED TO FREE THEIR REMAINING SLAVES ON JUNE 19, 1865.
    ON JANUARY 1, 1863 THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION CAME INT0 EFFECT ABOLISHING SLAVERY.  TEXAS WOULD NOT ACCEPT THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION AND KEPT THEIR SLAVES. THE SLAVES DIDN’T EVEN GET THE NEWS THAT THEY WERE FREE.
    MORE THAN 200,000 AFRICAN AMERICANS WERE STILL ENSLAVED IN TEXAS AFTER THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION.
    ON JUNE 19, 1865 GENERAL GORDON GRANGER ALONG WITH UNION SOLDIERS ENTERED GALVESTEN TEXAS AND FORCED THEM TO FREE THEIR SLAVES.
    JUNETEENTH IS A COMBINATION OF JUNE AND 19TH.
    TEXAS WAS THE FIRST STATE TO DECLARE JUNETEENTH A HOLIDAY ON JANUARY 1, 1980, THEN OTHER STATES FOLLOWED.
    THERE IS A FLAG THAT REPRESENTS JUNETEENTH. IT HAS A RECTANGLE ON IT.  THE TOP OF THE RECTANGLE IS BLUE AND THE BOTTOM IS RED.  THERE IS A WHITE 5 POINT STAR IN THE MIDDLE.
    JUNETEENTH IS CELEBRATED MANY DIFFERENT WAYS WITH BBQ’S, READINGS OF POEMS, SINGING SONGS, AND MORE.
    CHECK OUT HOW YOUR STATE CELEBRATES THIS SPECIAL DAY!!!

    THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

    CLEVER: Click on CLEVER LINK BELOW :
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    Log in using your USERNAME: lunch number, and PASSWORD: a number that begins with 9.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    THURSDAY DAY 60 June 18, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE 18, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 21, “Last Day163 - 171” pages 163 - 171; Chapter 22 “A Warm Wind” pages 172 - 184

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8


    OBJECTIVE: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    Affectionate means loving

    Loyal means that Charlotte stuck with Wilbur

    Skillful means that Charlotte could do amazing work

    Message:

    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? Today we are going to publish our opinion writing for Charlotte's Web Performance Task. Please make sure your name and date are on the paper!!! Please draw a picture of Charlotte and Wilbur!!!

    EXAMPLE: DO NOT COPY! THIS JUST SHOWS YOU HOW TO WRITE A PARAGRAPH OR PARAGRAPHS!!! PLEASE DRAW A LINE TO INDENT YOUR PARAGRAPH OR PARAGRAPHS!!!

    I read the book Charlotte’s Web. In my opinion, Charlotte was the best character because she was affectionate. First, in the book, Charlotte wanted to be Wilbur’s friend when he came to the farm and had no friends and missed Fern. Second, in the book Charlotte was affectionate to Wilbur when she told him to eat his food or go to sleep just like my mom does.

    In conclusion, Charlotte was the best character because she was affectionate. She was affectionate to Wilbur. She loved him so much that she saved his life.

    CLASSWORK
    PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR ROUGH DRAFT FOR CHARLOTTE'S WEB!!!

    MATHEMATICS

    THURSDAY DAY 60 JUNE 18, 2020

    DUE DATE: JUNE 18. 2020

    OBJECTIVE:

    I can show proficiency by solving problems correctly on the iReady assessment.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Concept Development!

    CLASSWORK

    PLEASE COMPLETE THE iREADY ASSESSMENT. PLEASE TAKE YOUR TIME AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS CORRECTLY!!! USE SCRAP PAPER TO WORK OUT YOUR PROBLEMS BEFORE CHOOSING AN ANSWER!!!

    EXIT TICKET (If you took the assessment )
    How was the assessment? How do you think you did?

    SCIENCE
    THURSDAY, DAY 60, June 18, 2020
    Standard:
    1-LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.
    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE: I can independently show proficiency on the new plant assessment by scoring at least 80% on the assessment.

    ASSIGNMENT
    Please complete the New Plants assessment. PDF link provided!!

    ASSESSMENT
    Students will be assessed on completion of the assignment

     

     

     

     

    WEDNESDAY DAY 59 June 17, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE 17, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 21, “Last Day163 - 171” pages 163 - 171; Chapter 22 “A Warm Wind” pages 172 - 184

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8


    OBJECTIVE: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    Affectionate means loving

    Loyal means that Charlotte stuck with Wilbur

    Skillful means that Charlotte could do amazing work

    Message:

    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? Today we are going to publish our opinion writing for Charlotte's Web Performance Task. Please make sure your name and date are on the paper!!! Please draw a picture of Charlotte and Wilbur!!!

    EXAMPLE: DO NOT COPY! THIS JUST SHOWS YOU HOW TO WRITE A PARAGRAPH OR PARAGRAPHS!!! PLEASE DRAW A LINE TO INDENT YOUR PARAGRAPH OR PARAGRAPHS!!!

    I read the book Charlotte’s Web. In my opinion, Charlotte was the best character because she was affectionate. First, in the book, Charlotte wanted to be Wilbur’s friend when he came to the farm and had no friends and missed Fern. Second, in the book Charlotte was affectionate to Wilbur when she told him to eat his food or go to sleep just like my mom does.

    In conclusion, Charlotte was the best character because she was affectionate. She was affectionate to Wilbur. She loved him so much that she saved his life.

    CLASSWORK
    PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR ROUGH DRAFT FOR CHARLOTTE'S WEB!!!

    MATHEMATICS

    WEDNESDAY DAY 59 JUNE, 17, 2020

    DUE DATE: JUNE 17. 2020

    OBJECTIVE:

    I can show proficiency by solving problems correctly on the iReady assessment.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Concept Development!

    CLASSWORK

    PLEASE COMPLETE THE iREADY ASSESSMENT. PLEASE TAKE YOUR TIME AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS CORRECTLY!!! USE SCRAP PAPER TO WORK OUT YOUR PROBLEMS BEFORE CHOOSING AN ANSWER!!!

    EXIT TICKET (If you took the assessment )
    How was the assessment? How do you think you did?

    SCIENCE
    WEDNESDAY, DAY 59, June 17, 2020
    Standard:
    1-LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.
    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE: I can show proficiency on the new plant assessment by scoring at least 80% on the assessment.

    ASSIGNMENT
    Please complete the New Plants assessment. PDF link provided!!

    ASSESSMENT
    Students will be assessed on completion of the assignment

     

     

     

    DUE DATE: JUNE 16, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 21, “Last Day163 - 171” pages 163 - 171; Chapter 22 “A Warm Wind” pages 172 - 184

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8


    OBJECTIVE: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    Affectionate means loving

    Loyal means that Charlotte stuck with Wilbur

    Skillful means that Charlotte could do amazing work

    Message:

    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? Today we are going to write our rough draft for Charlotte's Web Performance Task using the Pre-Write we completed yesterday! Please look back in the book to find details to support your opinion!!!

    EXAMPLE: DO NOT COPY! THIS JUST SHOWS YOU HOW TO WRITE A PARAGRAPH OR PARAGRAPHS!!! PLEASE DRAW A LINE TO INDENT YOUR PARAGRAPH OR PARAGRAPHS!!!

    I read the book Charlotte’s Web. In my opinion, Charlotte was the best character because she was affectionate. First, in the book, Charlotte wanted to be Wilbur’s friend when he came to the farm and had no friends and missed Fern. Second, in the book Charlotte was affectionate to Wilbur when she told him to eat his food or go to sleep just like my mom does.

    In conclusion, Charlotte was the best character because she was affectionate. She was affectionate to Wilbur. She loved him so much that she saved his life.

    CLASSWORK
    PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR ROUGH DRAFT FOR CHARLOTTE'S WEB!!!

    MATHEMATICS

    TUESDAY DAY 58 JUNE, 16, 2020

    DUE DATE: JUNE 16. 2020

    OBJECTIVE:

    I can show proficiency by solving problems correctly on the iReady assessment.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Concept Development!

    CLASSWORK

    PLEASE COMPLETE THE iREADY ASSESSMENT. PLEASE TAKE YOUR TIME AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS CORRECTLY!!! USE SCRAP PAPER TO WORK OUT YOUR PROBLEMS BEFORE CHOOSING AN ANSWER!!!

    EXIT TICKET (If you took the assessment yesterday)
    How was the assessment? How do you think you did?

    HOMEWORK

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    TUESDAY DAY 58, JUNE 16, 2020

    Due Date: June 16, 2020

    Chapter 5 Lesson 3 Shared Culture

    CCSS:Technology Standard 8.2.A.4 Demonstrate developmentally appropriate investigation skills in virtual environments (i.e. games, museums)

    6.1.4..A.15 Explain how and why it is important that people from diverse cultures collaborate to find solutions to community,….

    Learning Goal: I can show proficiency by answering 3 out of 4 questions correctly on the test.

    SOCIAL STUDIES ASSESSMENT

    Check the 2 correct answers.

    Cultures and Customs

    A. Are always the same
    B. Something that a person usually does in a certain way
    C The way a group of people lives

    Fill in the correct circle.

    A tradition…..


    O happens one time only


    O happens many times


    O has not happened yet


    What do we all need to live?


    __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


    Draw a flag of your culture or create your own. Write about your flag.

     


    After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below. They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     

     MONDAY DAY 57 June 15, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE 16, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 21, “Last Day163 - 171” pages 163 - 171; Chapter 22 “A Warm Wind” pages 172 - 184

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8


    Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY 

    WORDS

    Affectionate means loving

    Loyal means that Charlotte stuck with Wilbur

    Skillful means that Charlotte could do amazing work

    Message:

    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? On Friday, we completed the book Charlotte’s Web.  We are going to do our pre-write for Charlotte’s Web using the sentence starters  

    provided.

    Introduction:

    I read the book Charlotte’s Web. In my opinion,  Charlotte was a very affectionate friend to Wilbur.

    Reason 1

    In the book, Charlotte wanted to be  Wilbur’s friend when he came to the farm and had no friends and missed Fern.

    Reason 2 In the book  Charlotte was affectionate to Wilbur when she told him to eat his food or go to sleep just like my mom does.

    Reason 3:

    Conclusion

    In conclusion, Charlotte was a very affectionate friend to Wilbur. She loved him so much that she saved his life.

    WRITING OBJECTIVE

     I can answer questions about the information I have gathered from sources (W.1.8 )

    CLASSWORK
    PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR PRE_WRITE FOR CHARLOTTE'S WEB!!!

    MATHEMATICS

    MONDAY DAY 57 JUNE, 15, 2020 

    DUE DATE: JUNE 16. 2020

    Module 6 Lesson 2

    Objective:

    I can solve for bigger or smaller unknowns by comparing.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

     Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/hg__2e6jZmw

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    Jean has 14 coins. Katherine has 8 coins. How many fewer coins does Katherine  have than Jean?

     EXIT TICKET

    Chris saw 10 tigers at the zoo. Jhostin saw 8 more tigers than Chris. How many tigers did Jhostin see?

    HOMEWORK

     

    MONDAY DAY  57,

    JUNE 15. 2020, Due Date: June 15, 2020

    Chapter 5 Lesson 3 Shared Culture

    CCSS:Technology Standard 8.2.A.4 Demonstrate developmentally appropriate investigation skills in virtual environments (i.e. games, museums)

    6.1.4..A.15 Explain how and why it is important that people from diverse cultures collaborate to find solutions to community,….

    Social Studies video:Models I do and discusses we do and you do!

    Learning Goal:  I can show proficiency by answering 3 out of 4 questions correctly on the test.

    Vocabulary

    SOCIAL STUDIES ASSESSMENT

    1. Check the 2 correct answers.

    Cultures and Customs

    1. A. Are always the same
    2. B. Something that a person usually does in a certain way
    3. C The way a group of people lives
    4. Fill in the correct circle.

     

    A tradition…..

     

    O happens one time only

     

    O happens many times

     

    O has not happened yet

     

    1. What do we all need to live?

     

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

     

    1. Draw a flag of your culture or create your own. Write about your flag.

     

     

     

     After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

       FRIDAY, DAY 56 June 12, 2020, CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE:  JUNE 12, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 21, “Last Day163 - 171” pages 163 - 171; Chapter 22 “A Warm Wind” pages 172 - 184

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8


    Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY  WORDS

    Affectionate means loving

    Loyal means that Charlotte stuck with Wilbur

    Skillful means that Charlotte could do amazing work

    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today?  We are going to do Chapter  21, Last Day (pages 163-171) and Chapter 22, “A Warm Wind” (pages 172- 184) Charlotte’s Web, We are going to do our pre-write for Charlotte’s Web using the sentence starters provided.

    Introduction:

    I read the book Charlotte’s Web. In my opinion, Charlotte was the most important character. Charlotte was very affectionate to Wilbur. Reason 1

    In the book, Charlotte wanted to be  Wilbur’s friend when he came to the farm and had no friends and missed Fern. Reason 2 In the book  Charlotte was affectionate to Wilbur when she told him to eat his food or go to sleep just like my mom does.

    Reason 3:

    Conclusion

    In my opinion, Charlotte was a very affectionate friend to Wilbur. She loved him so much that she saved his life.

    Today also gives you time to get your minutes for . iRead and iReady. The links are provided below.  If you struggled with    a math problem you could watch the video again and try to do a problem on your own! Please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance!

    RAP Question

    RAP OBJECTIVE

      I can use details while describing the major events in a story (RL. 1.3)

     RAP QUESTION

    Classwork

    In your opinion which of the three words;  Affectionate, Loyal. and skillful describes Charlotte best. Write an essay in which you provide 2-3 reasons/details from the story that supports your opinion about Charlotte. Please introduce the book you are writing about, state your opinion, supply reasons for your opinion.

     Go on iRead for 20 minutes. https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    ELA IREADY/ 30 minutes

    MATH - IREADY 45 minutes

     CLEVER: Click on CLEVER LINK BELOW :
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    Log in using your USERNAME: lunch number, and PASSWORD: the number that begins with 9.

     

    THURSDAY DAY 55 June 11, 2020, CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE  11, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 19, “The Egg Sac”pages 144 -  154

    Chapter 20 The Hour of Triumph pages 155 - 162

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

     SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    VOCABULARY

    WORDS

    Magnum opus; noun

    a large and important work of art, music, or literature, especially one regarded as the most important work of an artist or writer.

     Languishing: noun

    a large and important work of art, music, or literature, especially one regarded as the most important work of an artist or writer.

    Triumphn noun

    a great victory or achievement.

    "a garden built to celebrate Napoleon's many triumphs"

    Scared to death


    Very severely frightened or worried.

    alludes to having been frightened so badly as to have died from it.

     Appreciation: noun

    recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something.

    "I smiled in appreciation"

    CLASSWORK

     What is Charlotte’s masterpiece or magnum  opus? How does this leave Charlotte feeling?

    (pages.144 - 145).

    HOMEWORK

    How did Templeton help when Wilbur fainted? (page 159)

    MATH
    DUE DATE: JUNE 11, 2020
    Objective:

    I can solve for bigger or smaller unknowns by comparing.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    Yaselin planted 15 flowers. Rihanna planted 4 fewer flowers than Yaselin. How many flowers did Rihanna plant?
    Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/hg__2e6jZmw

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story

    Ben scored 15 goals in the soccer game. Anton scored 11 goals. How many more goals did Ben score than Anton?
    Kim grew 12 roses in a garden. Fran grew 6 fewer roses than Kim. How many roses did Fran grow in the garden?

    EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    Rosaisela baked 14 cookies. Katherine decorated 4 fewer cookies than Risaisela. How many cookies did Katherine decorate?

    HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story

    1. Kiana picked 14 strawberries at the farm. Tamra picked 5 fewer strawberries than Kiana. How many strawberries did Tamra pick?

    2. Willie saw 7 reptiles at the zoo. Emi saw 4 more reptiles at the zoo than Willie. How many reptiles did Emi see at the zoo?

    SCIENCE

    WEDNESDAY, DAY 54, JUNE 10, 2020

    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2020

    Objective: I can analyze and write facts about my favorite animal?

    Standard:

    LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.
    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    What Do Animals Need to Grow?

    ACTIVITY:

    Watch the video using the link provided.

    https://youtu.be/cAq9Tyoo3dk

    ASSIGNMENT

    Write a report about your favorite animal. Please use the template I provided to write your report. I would like you to create a little booklet. Also, I would like a detailed report. Please answer all the questions and write complete sentences. The template is provided as a PDF File.

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

     

    THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     WEDNESDAY DAY 54 JUNE 10, CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK
    ELA DUE DATE: JUNE 10, 2020 

     Charlotte’s Web Chapter 17 “Uncle” pages130 - 137 and 18 The Cool of the Evening” pages 138 - 143

      Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    Vocabulary Words

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    Unattractive

    adjective

    not pleasing or appealing to look at.

    Listless

    (of a person or their manner) lacking energy or enthusiasm.

    Wearily: adverb

    with extreme tiredness.

    "he sighed wearily and hauled himself to his feet"

    Humble adjective

    having or showing a modest or low estimate of one's own importance.

    "he was humble about his stature as one of rock history's most influential guitarists"

    Satisfied

    verb

    Past tense:

    meet the expectations, needs, or desires of (someone).

    "I have never been satisfied with my job"

     masterpiece

    noun

    a work of outstanding artistry, skill, or workmanship.

    "a great literary masterpiece"

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can identify the words

    Message Time Learning Target:

    I can identify the words unattractive, listless, and humble in the message.

     MESSAGE

    Good morning scholars! I hope everyone is doing well. Today we will be reading Chapters 17 and 18 in Charlotte’s Web. Wilbur’s competition is a pig named Uncle. Uncle is much bigger than Wilbur. Charlotte says Uncle has an unattractive personality. Charlotte looks swollen and listless at the end of the Chapter. In Chapter 17, the last word Templeton brings to Charlotte is humble.   

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write information about a topic. ( W.1.2 )

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

    CLASSWORK

    RAP QUESTION

    Who’s Wilbur’s competition? What do we all know about him?

    (pages 134-135)

     HOMEWORK

    What final word does Templeton bring Charlotte to spin in her web? Is Charlotte satisfied with this word?

    (pg.140).

     

    MATH

    DUE DATE: JUNE 11, 2020

    Objective:

    I can solve for bigger or smaller unknowns by comparing.

     APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Yaselin planted 15 flowers. Rihanna planted 4 fewer flowers than Yaselin. How many flowers did Rihanna plant?

     Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/hg__2e6jZmw

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story

    1. Ben scored 15 goals in the soccer game. Anton scored 11 goals. How many more goals did Ben score than Anton?
    2. Kim grew 12 roses in a garden. Fran grew 6 fewer roses than Kim. How many roses did Fran grow in the garden?

     EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Rosaisela baked 14 cookies.  Katherine decorated 4 fewer cookies than Risaisela. How many cookies did Katherine decorate?

     HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story

    1. Kiana picked 14 strawberries at the farm. Tamra picked 5 fewer strawberries than Kiana. How many strawberries did Tamra pick?
    2. Willie saw 7 reptiles at the zoo. Emi saw 4 more reptiles at the zoo than Willie. How many reptiles did Emi see at the zoo?

      SCIENCE

    WEDNESDAY DAY 54, 2020

    DUE DATE: FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2020

    Objective: I can explain what animals need to grow?

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    What Do Animals Need to Grow?

     ACTIVITY: 

    Watch the video using the link provided.      

    https://youtu.be/cAq9Tyoo3dk   

    ASSIGNMENT

    Write a report about your favorite animal. Please use the template I provided to write your report. I would like you to create a little booklet. Also, I would like a detailed report. Please answer all the questions and write complete sentences. The template is provided as a PDF File.

     ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     TUESDAY, DAY 53 June 09, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE:

    JUNE 09, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 15 and 16 “The Crickets”   

    pages 113 - 117

    Off to the Fair pages 118 - 129

     Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

      VOCABULARY WORDS

    Befriended,

    verb

    past tense:

    act as a friend to (someone) by offering help or support.

    "he makes a point of befriending newcomers to Parliament"

    reputation

    noun

    noun: reputation

    the beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone or something.

    "his reputation was tarnished by allegations that he had taken bribes"

    (pg.114)

    Modest, adjective

    modest

    unassuming or moderate in the estimation of one's abilities or achievements.

    "he was a very modest man, refusing to take any credit for the enterprise"

    Fame:

    Noun:  fame

    the state of being known or talked about by many people, especially on account of notable achievements.

    "winning the Olympic title has brought her fame and fortune"

     spoil (pg 115)

    verb

    diminish or destroy the value or quality of.

    "I wouldn't want to spoil your fun"

    Truer: noun in accordance with fact or reality.

    "a true story"

     satisfying

    adjective

    giving fulfillment or the pleasure associated with this. (pg.115)

     HOMEWORK (Chapter 15)

    How did the animals in the barn know that summer was about to end?


    CLASSWORK (Chapter 16)

    RAP QUESTION

    (Chapter16). What makes Wilbur faint at the end of this chapter?(page 126)

     

    MATHEMATICS DAY 02, JUNE, 08, 2020 

    DUE DATE: JUNE 09. 2020

    Module 6 Lesson 2

    Due Date: JUNE 09, 2020

    Objective:

    I can solve for bigger or smaller unknowns by comparing.

     APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Nikil baked 5 pies for the contest. Peter baked 3 more pies than Nikil. How many pies did Peter bake for the contest?

     Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/hg__2e6jZmw

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Emi planted 12 flowers. Rose planted 3 fewer flowers than Emi. How many flowers did Rose plant

     HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Kim went to15 baseball games this summer. Julio went to 10 baseball games. How many more games did Kim go to than Julio?

        WEDNESDAY DAY  JUNE 10. 2020, Due Date:  JUNE 10, 2020

    Chapter 5 Lesson 3 Shared Culture

    CCSS: Technology Standard 8.2.A.4 Demonstrate developmentally appropriate investigation skills in virtual environments (i.e. games, museums)

    6.1.4..A.15 Explain how and why it is important that people from diverse cultures collaborate to find solutions to community........   

    Learning Goal:  I can explain the importance of working together as a community.

    Vocabulary

    Goals: Goals are what we hope to do and get.

    Diverse: Diverse means not everyone is the same,

    Benefit: Benefit is to be helped to have a better life

    Watch the videos:

    Communities for kids-Types of communities

    https://youtu.be/lGC0zxgRNJQ

    CLASSWORKme children speak more than one language. They have different beliefs, customs, and traditions, too! Please write a Friendly Letter to share some interesting facts about your culture with me!!! 

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I- READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     

      

     

     MONDAY, DAY 52 June 08, 2020, CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE 09, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 14,” Dr. Dorian” pages 105-112

     Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    VOCABULARY WORDS 

    Sternly: adverb

    in a serious and severe manner, especially when asserting authority or exercising discipline.

    "he sternly warned me to not do anything stupid"

    Nervouslyadverb

    adverb: nervously

    in an anxious or apprehensive manner.

    "Kevin nervously glanced at his watch"

    Relieved: adjective relieved

    no longer feeling distressed or anxious; reassured.

    "relieved parents who had waited anxiously for news"

      Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the vocabulary words sternly, nervously,  and relieved in the message.  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend. Today we will be reading Chapter 14 Charlotte’s Web, “Dr. Dorian.” In this Chapter Mrs. Arable sternly tells Fern to stop claiming that the animals are talking to each other (page 105). Mrs. Arable went to see Dr. Dorian She shifts in her seat nervously when she talks to Dr. Dorian about Fern (page 108). After talking to Dr. Dorian, Mrs. Arable feels relieved when she leaves Dr. Dorian’s office (page 112).Dr. Dorian doesn’t think it’s a problem that Fern thinks the animals talk to each other. He says it’s possible that animals have talked to him but he couldn’t hear them because “children pay better attention like grownups.”  

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

    I can independently write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    Read pages 107 - 112.

    Does Dr. Dorian think it’s a problem that Fern listens to the animals and says they talk to each other all the time? Why or why not?

     HOMEWORK

    Answer the questions!!!

    “Children pay better attention than grownups,” says Dr. Dorian (p. 110). Is this true? Why or why not? Who pays better attention, Fern or Mrs. Arable? Why?

    MATHEMATICS DAY 02, JUNE, 08, 2020 

    DUE DATE: JUNE 09. 2020

    Module 6 Lesson 2

    Due Date: JUNE 09, 2020

    Objective:

    I can solve for bigger or smaller unknowns by comparing.

     APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Nikil baked 5 pies for the contest. Peter baked 3 more pies than Nikil. How many pies did Peter bake for the contest?

     Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/hg__2e6jZmw

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Emi planted 12 flowers. Rose planted 3 fewer flowers than Emi. How many flowers did Rose plant

     HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Kim went to15 baseball games this summer. Julio went to 10 baseball games. How many more games did Kim go to than Julio?

        MONDAY DAY  JUNE 08. 2020, Due Date: June 8, 2020

    Chapter 5 Lesson 3 Shared Culture

    CCSS:Technology Standard 8.2.A.4 Demonstrate developmentally appropriate investigation skills in virtual environments (i.e. games, museums)

    6.1.4..A.15 Explain how and why it is important that people from diverse cultures collaborate to find solutions to community,….

    Social Studies video:Models I do and discusses we do and you do!

    Learning Goal:  I can explain the importance of working together as a community.

    Vocabulary

    Goals: Goals are what we hope to do and get.

    Diverse: Diverse means not everyone is the same,

    Benefit: Benefit is to be helped to have a better life

    Watch the videos:

    Communities for kids-Types of communities

    https://youtu.be/lGC0zxgRNJQ

    CLASSWORK

    Culture is the way a group of people live. Some children speak more than one language. They have different beliefs, customs, and traditions, too! Please write a Friendly Letter to share some interesting facts about your culture with me!!! 

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I- READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     

     

     

     CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE 05, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 13, “Good Progress” pages 92-104

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

     Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY

    WORDS

    Affectionate means loving

    Loyal means that Charlotte stuck with Wilbur

    Skillful means that Charlotte could do amazing work
    adjective
    adjective: (radiant)
    sending out light; shining or glowing brightly.
    "a bird with radiant green and red plumage"

    Progress noun: progress means
    the forward or onward movement toward a destination.
    "the darkness did not stop my progress"
    Triumphantly (adverb) means
    in a way that shows great happiness or joy at a victory or achievement.
    "The fleets returned triumphantly home"
    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the words affectionate, loyal, and skillful in the message.
    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? Today is a Make-Up- Day for ELA. We are going to do Chapter 13 Charlotte’s Web, Good Progress” This chapter has a lot of adjectives to describe Wilbur. What are adjectives? Adjectives are describing words? An adjective is a word that describes an animal, person, thing, or thought. Also, adjectives include words that describe what something looks like and what it feels like to touch, taste, or smell. Adjectives can be colors or words that describe temperatures and sizes. Our Performance task for Charlotte's Web requires us to choose one adjective that describes Charlotte best. The three words to choose from are "Affectionate, Loyal, or Skillful. " Start thinking about your word and look for examples and the page numbers that support your opinion. I'll repeat, you will only be choosing one word, not two or three!!!

    RAP Question

    What three words does Templeton come back with? Why do the first two not work? (pages 98-99)What makes Charlotte decide on the 3rd one?

    HOMEWORK
    Continue to complete your Book in a Bag Project and start practicing for your presentation on Google Meet!!!

    Today also gives you time to get your minutes for iRead and iReady. The links are provided below. If you struggled with a math problem you could watch the video again and try to do a problem on your own! Please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance!


    Go on iRead for 20 minutes. https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    IREADY/

    CLEVER - Clever IREADY

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     THURSDAY, DAY 50 June 04, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: JUNE 04, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 12, “A Meeting” pages 86-91

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    idiosyncrasy – a person’s particular way of believing, thinking, etc., especially when it’s unusual; SYN: eccentricity

    suggestion – an idea or plan that you mention for somebody else to think about

    slogan – a word or phrase that is easy to remember

    terrific – excellent, wonderful

    radiant – showing great happiness, love, or health

    versatile – able to do many different things

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can independently identify the words idiosyncrasy and terrific in the Message.

    MESSAGE

    Good morning scholars! I hope everyone is doing well. Today we will be reading Chapter 12 in Charlotte’s web! This is a summary of Chapter 12. A few days after the miracle in the web, Charlotte calls a meeting of the barn animals. Wilbur, the gander and goose, the goslings, the sheep, and the lambs are present − only Templeton is missing. During the roll call, the gander repeats everything he says, it’s his idiosyncrasy (page 86). Charlotte is choosing words to describe Wilbur. She picks the words sensational and terrific. She thinks “terrific” might impress Mr. Zuckerman.

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

    I can independently write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can independently retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

    CLASSWORK

    RAP QUESTION

    At first, Templeton doesn’t want to help Charlotte save Wilbur. How does the old sheep help convince him (page 90).

    HOMEWORK

    Read page 87, “What was the purpose of the meeting that the animals held?

    THURSDAY, DAY 50, JUNE, 2020

    Module 6 Lesson 1

    Due Date: June 4. 2020

    Objective:

    I can independently find the difference of an unknown.

    FLUENCY

    6 + 0 =____
    0 + 6 =_____
    5 + 1=______
    1 + 5=_____
    6 + 1=_____
    1 + 6=_____
    6 +2=______
    5 + 2=_____
    2 + 5=_____
    2 + 4=____
    7 + 1=_____
    ___= 1 + 7
    3 + 3=_____
    3 + 4=____
    ___=3 + 5

    Standard Math-

    1.NBT.1

    1.OA.6

    FLUENCY

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Use the RDW process to share your thinking as you solve the problem.

    Scarlete did 14 cartwheels during recess. Katherine did 20 cartwheels. How many more cartwheels did Katherine do than Scarlete?

    Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/kt4yEOvInWo

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    Peter has 3 goats living on his farm. Julio has 9 goats living on his farm. How many more goats does Julio have than Peter?

    Willie picked 16 apples in the orchard. Emi picked 10 apples in the orchard. How many more apples did Willie pick than Emi?

    Lee collected 13 eggs from the hens in the barn. Ben collected 18 eggs from the hens in the barn. How many fewer eggs did Lee collect than Ben?

    HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.
    1. Fran donated 11 of her old books to the library. Darnel donated 8 of his old books to the library. How many more books did Fran donate than Darnel?

    2. During recess, 7 students were reading books. There were 17 students playing on the playground. How many fewer students were reading books than playing on the playground?

    3. Maria is 18 years old. Her brother Nikil is 12 years old. How much older is Maria than her brother Nikil?

    EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. Anton drove around the racetrack 12 times during the race. Rose drove around the racetrack 17 times. How many more times did Rose go around the racetrack than Anton?

    Complete
    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES FOR THE WEEK!

    SCIENCE

    THURSDAY Day 50, JUNE 4, 2020

    Standard:

    LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.
    R1.1.1 I can independently ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE:

    I can independently explain what animals need to survive.

    What Do Animals Need to grow In order to survive?

    Animals need air, water, food, and shelter (protection from predators and the environment); plants need air, water, nutrients, and light. Every organism has its own way of making sure its basic needs are met.

    ACTIVITY:

    Watch the video

    The Needs Of An Animal (Song for kids about 4 things animals need to survive.

    https://youtu.be/k4UDf3tF_O4

    ASSIGNMENT

    Write complete sentences to explain the 4 things animals need to survive

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.
    CLEVER LOG IN
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     WEDNESDAY DAY 49 June 03, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    DUE DATE: JUNE 03, 2020
     

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 12 A Meeting pages 86 - 91

     Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    Vocabulary Words

    Idiosyncrasy

    Sensational
    Message. Time

    Learning Target: I can identify the vocabulary words idiosyncrasy and sensational in the message. 

    In Chapter 12, “A Meeting” the spider called a meeting of all the animals. She began by calling the roll. The gander repeats everything he says, it's his idiosyncrasy (page 86). Charlotte was trying to finds words to describe Charlotte. One of the words was sensational. Charlotte thinks that Wilbur is sensational (page 91). This is her opinion. We are going to learn how to write an opinion paper. An opinion tells what a person thinks or feels about something. I want you to start thinking about an adjective to describe Charlotte, Remember an adjective is a describing word. Also, think about 2-3 examples from the story to support your opinion!

    RAP Objective

    I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2).

     RAP OBJECTIVE: I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

     Classwork

    RAP QUESTION

    At first, Templeton doesn’t want to help Charlotte save Wilbur. How does the old sheep help convince him (page 90)

     HOMEWORK

    Read page 85, “What was the purpose of the meeting that the animals held?

     WEDNESDAY, DAY 49, JUNE 03, 2020

    Lesson 27

    Due Date: May 22. 2020

     Objective:

    I can add two 2digit numbers when the ones digits have a sum greater than ten.

    FLUENCY 

    1. 6 + 0 =____
    2. 0 + 6 =_____
    3. 5 + 1=______
    4. 1 + 5=_____
    5. 6 + 1=_____
    6. 1 + 6=_____
    7. 6 +2=______
    8. 5 + 2=_____
    9. 2 + 5=_____
    10. 2 + 4=____
    11. 7 + 1=_____
    12. ___= 1 + 7
    13. 3 + 3=_____
    14. 3 + 4=____
    15. ___=3 + 5  

    Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6 

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

      Use the RDW process to share your thinking as you solve the problem.

    Scarlete did 14 cartwheels during recess. Katherine did 20 cartwheels. How many more cartwheels did Katherine do than Scarlete?

     Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/W1fjqkC177E

    CLASSWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1. Peter has 3 goats living on his farm. Julio has 9 goats living on his farm. How many more goats does Julio have than Peter?
    2. Willie picked 16 apples in the orchard. Emi picked 10 apples in the orchard. How many more apples did Willie pick than Emi?
    3. Lee collected 13 eggs from the hens in the barn. Ben collected 18 eggs from the hens in the barn. How many fewer eggs did Lee collect than Ben?

    HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Fran donated 11 of her old books to the library. Darnel donated 8 of his old books to the library. How many more books did Fran donate than Darnel? 2. During recess, 7 students were reading books. There were 17 students playing on the playground. How many fewer students were reading books than playing on the playground?  Maria is 18 years old. Her brother Nikil is 12 years old. How much older is Maria than her brother Nikil?

     EXIT TICKET

     Name Date

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. Anton drove around the racetrack 12 times during the race. Rose drove around the racetrack 17 times. How many more times did Rose go around the racetrack than Anton?

    SCIENCE

    WEDNESDAY

    DAY 49, 2020

    Objective: I can explain what animals need to grow?

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    What Do Animals Need to Grow?

    In order to surviveanimals need air, water, food, and shelter (protection from predators and the environment); plants need air, water, nutrients, and light. Every organism has its own way of making sure its basic needs are met.

     ACTIVITY: 

    Watch the video  

    The Needs Of An Animal (Song for kids about 4 things animals need to survive.

    https://youtu.be/k4UDf3tF_O4

     ASSIGNMENT

    Write complete sentences to explain the 4 things animals need to survive   

     ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

    THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

      June 02, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    DUE DATE: JUNE 02, 2020

     Charlotte’s Web Chapter 11, “The Miracle.” pages 77 - 85,

     Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    VOCABULARY WORDS 

    1. miracle — a wonderful or lucky event that happens that you did not expect or think was possible
      2. unusual — interesting because it is different or not normal
    2. solemnly: in a formal and dignified manner.

    the new Queen was solemnly crowned by the Bishop of Rheims"

    with deep sincerity.

    "I solemnly swear it will never happen again"

    1. Admiring:

    adjective:

    characterized by or expressive of admiration or warm approval.

    "the snowman has drawn many an admiring glance from villagers"

    Message Time Learning Target: I can independently identify the vocabulary words miracle, solemnly, admiring, unusual in the Message.  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend. Today we will be rereading Chapter 11 Charlotte’s Web, “The Miracle.” What does the word miracle mean, “A miracle is something surprising and hard to explain, it doesn’t make sense how it happened, but it did.” After seeing Charlotte’s web, Mr. Zuckerman walks solemnly back into the house (page 79). Wilbur was a very unusual pig! People from all over come to visit the barn, admiring Wilbur.

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     

    RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can independently  ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    Read pages 84-85. What are some of the changes on the Zuckerman farm? List at least three of them.

     HOMEWORK

    Answer the questions!! 1. How many meals a day did Mr. Zuckerman order Lurvy to feed Wilbur? (page 84)
    2. Where was the center of attraction? (page 85

    DUE DATE: JUNE 02, 2020

    Module 4 Lesson

    Objective:

    I can Independently add a pair of two-digit numbers with varied sums in the ones.

     APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Kiana’s friend gave her 3 more stickers. Now, Kiana has 16 stickers. How many stickers did Kiana already have? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

     Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/36ecKG7a5Dk

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    13 + 12 = ____ 23 + 12 = ____ 13 + 16 = ____ 13 + 27 = ____ 14 + 18 = ____ 23 + 16 = ____ 17 + 16 = ____

     

    Link provided EXIT TICKET

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way. a. b. c. d. 18 + 14 = ____ 14 + 23 = ____ 28 + 12 = ____ 19 + 21 = ___

    https://youtu.be/sGcll0yjcok

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    17 + 12 = ____ 21 + 17 = ____ 17 + 15 = ____ 27 + 13 = ____ 18 + 11 = ____ 23 + 14 = ____ 18 + 17 = ____ 18 + 18 = ____

    TUESDAY Day 48,

    June 02, 2020

    Due Date May 27, 2020

    Social Studies

    Objective: I can recognize that people and families have different customs and traditions.

     Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    • D.2 Demonstrate an understanding of family roles and traditions. There are many different cultures within the classroom and community. 6.1.P.D.3 Express individuality and cultural diversity (e.g., through dramatic play). 6.1.P.D.4 Learn about and respect other cultures within the classroom and community

    OBJECTIVE: I can independently explain the importance of various beliefs, customs. celebrations, and traditions of people and families.  

     Vocabulary Word:

    Ceremony: a special and important event

    Activity:

     Meet Maria

    Mario is six years old. She lives in California but was born in Mexico. She came to America when she was three. Maria’s traditions are important to her and her family. This year Maria’s sister will turn 15. This is a special birthday for a Mexican girl! It is called quinceanera. Maria”s sister will have a big ceremony and a celebration with special food. This ceremony is an important Mexican tradition for many.+

     Meet Ji-hu

    Ji-hu is seven years old. He lives in New York. His parents came from Korea when they were very young.  Korean traditions are very important to Ji-hu and his family. They take their shoes off before they go inside their home. They sit on mats when they eat. Ji-hu’s favorite holiday is called Chuseok. He eats special cakes made of rice during the celebration of the fall season.

    Meet Hopo

    Hopo is seven years old. She was born in Samoa, an island in the Pacific Ocean. Hopo lives in Hawaii now with her grandparents.

    Samoan traditions are important to Hopo and her family. Hopo has learned how to make a special mat called ie toga. These special mats can take years to make. They are given as gifts during weddings and other special times. They are passed down in families.

     QUESTIONS:

    Lesson 2 Check

    1. Tell what customs and traditions your family celebrates.
    2. Think about how Ji-hu and Maria’s cultures are alike. Finish the sentences.

    Ji-hu and Maria’s cultures are alike because

    _______________________________________

     

    Ji-hu and Hopo’s cultures are alike because

    _______________________________________

    1. What age is a special birthday in your culture? Draw a picture of the celebration.

       After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdl

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     

      MONDAY, June 01, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    DUE DATE: JUNE 02, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 11,” The Miracle” pages 77 - 85

     Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    VOCABULARY WORDS 

    1. miracle — a wonderful or lucky event that happens that you did not expect or think was possible
      2. unusual — interesting because it is different or not normal
    2. solemnly: in a formal and dignified manner.

    the new Queen was solemnly crowned by the Bishop of Rheims"

    with deep sincerity.

    "I solemnly swear it will never happen again"

    Admiring: adjective:

    characterized by or expressive of admiration or warm approval.

    "the snowman has drawn many an admiring glance from villagers"

    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the vocabulary words miracle, solemnly, admiring, unusual in the Message.  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend.

    Today we will be reading Chapter 11 Charlotte’s Web, “The Miracle.” What does the word miracle mean, “A miracle is something surprising and hard to explain, it doesn’t make sense how it happened, but it did.” After seeing Charlotte’s web, Mr. Zuckerman walks solemnly back into the house (page 79). Wilbur was a very unusual pig! People from all over come to visit the barn, admiring Wilbur.

     

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

     

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    Read pages 84-85. What are some of the changes on the Zuckerman farm? List at least three of them.

     HOMEWORK

    Answer the questions!!!

    1. How many meals a day did Mr. Zuckerman order Lurvy to feed Wilbur? (page 84)
    2. Where was the center of attraction? (page 85)

     MONDAY DAY 47 JUNE, 01, 2020 

    DUE DATE: JUNE 02. 2020

    Module 4 Lesson 29

    Due Date: JUNE 01, 2020

    Objective:

    I can add a pair of two-digit numbers with varied sums in the ones.

     APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Kiana’s friend gave her 3 more stickers. Now, Kiana has 16 stickers. How many stickers did Kiana already have? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

     Concept Development!

    Please watch the video before solving the problems

    https://youtu.be/36ecKG7a5Dk

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    13 + 12 = ____ 23 + 12 = ____ 13 + 16 = ____ 23 + 16 = ____

     Link provided EXIT TICKET

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way. a. b. c. d. 18 + 14 = ____ 14 + 23 = ____ 28 + 12 = ____ 19 + 21 = ___

    https://youtu.be/sGcll0yjcok

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    17 + 12 = ____ 21 + 17 = ____ 17 + 15 = ____ 27 + 13 = ____

    SOCIAL STUDIES 

    MONDAY  Day 47, June 01, 2020

    Due Date

    Objective:

    I can recognize that people and families have different customs and traditions.

     Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    6.1.P.D.2 Demonstrate an understanding of family roles and traditions. There are many different cultures within the classroom and community. 6.1.P.D.3 Express individuality and cultural diversity (e.g., through dramatic play). 6.1.P.D.4 Learn about and respect other cultures within the classroom and community

    OBJECTIVE: I can explain the importance of various beliefs, customs. celebrations, and traditions of people and families.  

     Vocabulary Word:

    Ceremony: a special and important event

    Activity:

     Meet Maria

    Mario is six years old. She lives in California but was born in Mexico. She came to America when she was three. Maria’s traditions are important to her and her family. This year Maria’s sister will turn 15. This is a special birthday for a Mexican girl! It is called a quinceanera. Maria”s sister will have a big ceremony and a celebration with special food. This ceremony is an important Mexican tradition for many.+

     Meet Ji-hu

    Ji-hu is seven years old. He lives in New York. His parents came from Korea when they were very young.  Korean traditions are very important to Ji-hu and his family. They take their shoes off before they go inside their home. They sit on mats when they eat. Ji-hu’s favorite holiday is called Chuseok. He eats special cakes made of rice during the celebration of the fall season.

    Meet Hopo

    Hopo is seven years old. She was born in Samoa, an island in the Pacific Ocean. Hopa lives in Hawaii now with her grandparents.

    Samoan traditions are important to Hopo and her family. Hopo has learned how to make a special mat called ie toga. These special mats can take years to make. They are given as gifts during weddings and other special times. They are passed down in families.

     

    QUESTIONS:

    Lesson 2 Check

    1. Tell what customs and traditions your family celebrates.
    2. Think about how Ji-hu and Maria’s cultures are alike. Finish the sentences.

    Ji-hu and Maria’s cultures are alike because

    _______________________________________

     

    Ji-hu and Hopo’s cultures are alike

    because

    _______________________________________

    1. What age is a special birthday in your culture? Draw a picture of the celebration.

     

     After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     FRIDAY,  DAY 46 May 29, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    DUE DATE; May 29, 2020

     Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    Vocabulary Words

    Explosion: noun

    a sudden outburst of something such as noise, light, or violent emotion, especially anger.

    "an explosion of anger"

    Gullible: adjective

    easily persuaded to believe something; credulous.

    "an attempt to persuade a gullible public to spend their money"

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can independently identify the vocabulary

    words:

    explosion and gullible in the message.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today?  At the beginning of this chapter, Charlotte finally comes up with a plan to save Wilbur. She doesn’t tell what the plan is, but she thinks her plan will work because people are very gullible.  Charlotte explained that this means, people are “Easy to fool.”Avery tripped and fell on Wilbur’s trough. The trough tripped over and landed on the goose egg that was right underneath.  “There was a dull explosion as the egg broke” (page 72)

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can independently retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

     Classwork

    RAP QUESTION

    Templeton’s egg both saves the day and causes a big problem in the barn. How does it save the day? What problem does it cause?

     HOMEWORK
    Answer at least one of the questions.

    1. What did Mr. Zuckerman have that was the “best in the county”? [pg. 68 last paragraph]
    2. Why did mothers for miles around worry about it? [pg. 69 close to the bottom of the page]

    FRIDAY Day 46, May 29, 2020

    Lesson 28

    Due Date: May 29. 2020

    Objective:

    I can independently add a pair of two-digit numbers with varied sums in the ones.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Axel had some crayons in his desk. His teacher gave him 2 more. When he counted all of his crayons, he had 16 crayons. How many crayons did Axel have in his desk originally? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

    Watch the video before solving the problems.

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    https://youtu.be/BBrScSUMyA4

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 27 + 13 =___
    2. 17 + 16 =___
    3. 15 + 13=____
    4. 25 + 13 =___

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 12 + 16 =___
    2. 26 + 14=___
    3. 18 + 16=___
    4. 19 + 17=____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 13 + 16=____
    2. 15 + 16=___
    3. 16 + 16=____
    4. 26 + 12=____

     SCIENCE

     FRIDAY Day 46, May  29, 2020

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE

    I can independently explain what  Photosynthesis is.

    ACTIVITY: 

    What is Photosynthesis?

    Watch the videos

    https://youtu.be/Iln136eMl4g

    https://youtu.be/xuivYRmIACM

    What is photosynthesis?

    Have you ever noticed that plants need sunlight to live? It seems sort of strange doesn't it? How can sunlight be a type of food? Well, sunlight is energy and photosynthesis is the process plants use to take the energy from sunlight and use it to convert carbon dioxide and water into food.


    Three things plants need to live

    Plants need three basic things to live: water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide. Plants breathe carbon dioxide just like we breathe oxygen. When plants breathe carbon dioxide in, they breathe out oxygen. Plants are the major source of oxygen on planet Earth and help keep us alive.

    We know now that plants use sunlight as energy, they get water from rain, and they get carbon dioxide from breathing. The process of taking these three key ingredients and making them into food is called photosynthesis.

    ASSIGNMENT

     

    1. What  3 things do plants need for the process of photosynthesis?
    2. What color is chlorophyll?
    3. When do plants photosynthesize?

     ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on completion of the assignment.

     

     

     THURSDAY,  DAY 45 May 28, 2020 Classwork/Homework

     DUE DATE: Ma

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

      VOCABULARY WORDS

    Explosion: noun

    a sudden outburst of something such as noise, light, or violent emotion, especially anger.

    "an explosion of anger"

    Gullible:adjective

    easily persuaded to believe something; credulous.

    "an attempt to persuade a gullible public to spend their money"

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can identify the vocabulary

    words:

    explosion and gullible in the message.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? At the beginning of this chapter, Charlotte finally comes up with a plan to save Wilbur. She doesn’t tell what the plan is, but she thinks her plan will work because people are very gullible.  Charlotte explained that this means, people are “Easy to fool.”Avery tripped and fell on Wilbur’s trough. The trough tripped over and landed on the goose egg that was right underneath.  “There was a dull explosion as the egg broke” (page 72)

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can independently retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

     Classwork

    RAP QUESTION

    Templeton’s egg both saves the day and causes a big problem in the barn. How does it save the day? What problem does it cause?

     HOMEWORK

    Answer at least one of the questions.

    1. What did Mr. Zuckerman have that was the “best in the county”?  [pg. 68 last peragraph]
    2. Why did mothers for miles around worry about it?  [pg. 69 close to the bottom of the page]

    FRIDAY, DAY 46, May 29, 2020

    Lesson 28

    Due Date: May 29. 2020

    Objective:

    I can independently add a pair of two-digit numbers with varied sums in the ones.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Axel had some crayons in his desk. His teacher gave him 2 more. When he counted all of his crayons, he had 16 crayons. How many crayons did Axel have in his desk originally? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

    Watch the video before solving the problems.

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    https://youtu.be/BBrScSUMyA4

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 27 + 13 =___
    2. 17 + 16 =___
    3. 15 + 13=____
    4. 25 + 13 =___

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 12 + 16 =___
    2. 26 + 14=___
    3. 18 + 16=___
    4. 19 + 17=____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 13 + 16=____
    2. 15 + 16=___
    3. 16 + 16=____
    4. 26 + 12=____

     FRIDAY

    Day 46, 2020

    Science

    Objective:

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE

    I can explain what  Photosynthesis is.

    ACTIVITY: 

    What is Photosynthesis?

    Watch the videos

    https://youtu.be/Iln136eMl4g

    https://youtu.be/xuivYRmIACM

    What is photosynthesis?

    Have you ever noticed that plants need sunlight to live? It seems sort of strange doesn't it? How can sunlight be a type of food? Well, sunlight is energy and photosynthesis is the process plants use to take the energy from sunlight and use it to convert carbon dioxide and water into food.


    Three things plants need to live

    Plants need three basic things to live: water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide. Plants breathe carbon dioxide just like we breathe oxygen. When plants breathe carbon dioxide in, they breathe out oxygen. Plants are the major source of oxygen on planet Earth and help keep us alive.

    We know now that plants use sunlight as energy, they get water from rain, and they get carbon dioxide from breathing. The process of taking these three key ingredients and making them into food is called photosynthesis.

    ASSIGNMENT

     What  3 things do plants need for the process of photosynthesis?

    1. What color is chlorophyll?
    2. When do plants photosynthesize?

     ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

     

     

     

     

     

     Complete

    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES FOR THE WEEK!

    Wednesday

    Day 43, 2020

    Science

    Objective:

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE

    I can independently explain what  Photosynthesis is.

    ACTIVITY: 

    What is Photosynthesis?

    Watch the videos

    https://youtu.be/Iln136eMl4g

    https://youtu.be/xuivYRmIACM

    What is photosynthesis?

    Have you ever noticed that plants need sunlight to live? It seems sort of strange doesn't it? How can sunlight be a type of food? Well, sunlight is energy and photosynthesis is the process plants use to take the energy from sunlight and use it to convert carbon dioxide and water into food.


    Three things plants need to live

    Plants need three basic things to live: water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide. Plants breathe carbon dioxide just like we breathe oxygen. When plants breathe carbon dioxide in, they breathe out oxygen. Plants are the major source of oxygen on planet Earth and help keep us alive.

    We know now that plants use sunlight as energy, they get water from rain, and they get carbon dioxide from breathing. The process of taking these three key ingredients and making them into food is called photosynthesis.

    ASSIGNMENT

    1. What  3 things do plants need for the process of photosynthesis?
    2. What color is chlorophyll?
    3. When do plants photosynthesize?

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on completion of the assignment.

     

     Thursday, Day 45, May 28, 2020

    Lesson 28

    Due Date: May 28. 2020

    Objective:

    I can add a pair of two digit numbers with varied sums in the ones.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Axel had some crayons in his desk. His teacher gave him 2 more. When he counted all of his crayons, he had 16 crayons. How many crayons did Axel have in his desk originally? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

    Watch the video before solving the problems.

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    https://youtu.be/BBrScSUMyA4

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 27 + 13 =___
    2. 17 + 16 =___
    3. 15 + 13=____
    4. 25 + 13 =___

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 12 + 16 =___
    2. 26 + 14=___
    3. 18 + 16=___
    4. 19 + 17=____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 13 + 16=____
    2. 15 + 16=___
    3. 16 + 16=____
    4. 26 + 12=____

     

     

     https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Thursday, Day 45, May 28, 2020

    Lesson 28

    Due Date: May 29. 2020

    Objective:

    I can add a pair of a two-digit number

    4 + ______= 8

    8 - 4 == _____

    4 + ____=7

    7 - 4 = ______

    5 + ______ = 9

    9 - 5 = ______  

    6 + ____= 9

    9 - 6= ____

    4 + ____ = 7

    7- 4 = ____

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Axel had some crayons in his desk. His teacher gave him 2 more. When he counted all of his crayons, he had 16 crayons. How many crayons did Axel have in his desk originally? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

    Watch the video before solving the problems.

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    https://youtu.be/BBrScSUMyA4

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using quick ten drawings, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 23 + 12 =___
    2. 15 + 15 =___
    3. 19 + 21=____
    4. 17 + 12 =___

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 12 + 16 =___
    2. 26 + 14=___
    3. 18 + 16=___
    4. 19 + 17=____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using quick tens and ones, number bonds, or the arrow way.

    1. 13 + 16=____
    2. 15 + 16=___
    3. 16 + 16=____
    4. 26 + 12=____

     Complete

    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES FOR THE WEEK!

    SCIENCE

    THURSDAY DAY Day 45, May 28, 2020

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    OBJECTIVE

    I can explain what  Photosynthesis is.

    ACTIVITY: 

    What is Photosynthesis?

    Watch the videos

    https://youtu.be/Iln136eMl4g

    https://youtu.be/xuivYRmIACM

    What is photosynthesis?

    Have you ever noticed that plants need sunlight to live? It seems sort of strange doesn't it? How can sunlight be a type of food? Well, sunlight is energy and photosynthesis is the process plants use to take the energy from sunlight and use it to convert carbon dioxide and water into food.


    Three things plants need to live

    Plants need three basic things to live: water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide. Plants breathe carbon dioxide just like we breathe oxygen. When plants breathe carbon dioxide in, they breathe out oxygen. Plants are the major source of oxygen on planet Earth and help keep us alive.

    We know now that plants use sunlight as energy, they get water from rain, and they get carbon dioxide from breathing. The process of taking these three key ingredients and making them into food is called photosynthesis.

    ASSIGNMENT

    1. What  3 things do plants need for the process of photosynthesis

    2. What color is chlorophyll?

    3. When do plants photosynthesize?

     ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

    THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     WEDNESDAY, DAY 44 May 27, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    DUE DATE: May 27, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 9 pages Wilbur’s  pages 55 - 65 

    Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

     Heggerty: Phonological and Phonemic Awareness

    rControlled Vowels

    Vocabulary Words

    Boast noun

    an act of talking with excessive pride and self-satisfaction.

    "I said I would score, and it wasn't an idle boast"

    Clever: adjective

    quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas; intelligent.

    "a clever and studious   young girl"

    Sedentary: adjective

    (of a person) tending to spend much time seated; somewhat inactive.

    "We all walk a certain amount every day even if we are sedentary"

    Embarrassment: noun

    a feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.

    "I turned red with embarrassment"

    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the vocabulary words boast, clever, sedentary, and embarrassment in the "Message".  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone is doing well!!! Today we will be rereading Chapter 9 “Wilbur’s Boast.” To boast means to show off. There are several times in the chapter when Charlotte takes care of Wilbur. She shows just how much she is beginning to love him. I will list some of them.

    1. She is planning a way to save him from being eaten at Christmastime (page 63)
    2. She’s patient with him when he can’t get to sleep; she puts him to bed (page 65).
    3. She defends him when the lamb calls Wilbur smelly

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

     RAP  OBJECTIVE

     I can independently use details to describe the characters and setting or a story (RL.1.3)

     CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    At the end of the chapter, Charlotte goes off to think about how to save Wilbur. What does she tell Wilbur to do to help?

    WEDNESDAY, Day 44, May 27, 2020

    Due Date: May 27, 2020

    Module 4 Lesson 27

    Objective:

    I can add a pair of two-digit numbers when the one's digits have a sum greater than 10.

    FLUENCY

    5 + ________ = 6

    1 + ________= 6

    6 - 1 = _______

    9 + ________= 10

    1 + ______ = 10

    10 - 9 = _______

    5 + _______ = 10

    10 - 5 = ________

    8 + ______ = 10

    10 - 8 = _______

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    During the winter, it snowed on 14 different days. On some of the days, we got to stay home. For 9 of the snowy days, we had to go to school. For how many days did we get to stay home? Use the RDW process to solve the problem. Extension: How many more days did it snow when we were in school compared to when we were home?

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    Please watch the video before solving the problems.

     https://youtu.be/nAMjgptVgUg

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using number bonds with pairs of number sentences. You may draw quick tens and some ones to help you.

    19 + 12 = ____ 18 + 12 = ____ 19 + 13 = ____ 18 + 14 = ____ 17 + 14 = ____ 17 + 17 = ____ 18 + 17 = ____ 18 + 19 = ____ 

     EXIT TICKET

     Solve using number bonds with pairs of number sentences. You may draw quick tens and some ones to help you.

    Example

    1. 16 + 15 =___

     Step 1 10 and 5=15

    16 + 10 = 26

    26  + 5 = 31

    1. 17 + 31 = _____

     

    1. 16 + 16 = ___

     

    1. 17 + 15 = ____

      HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds with pairs of number sentences. You may draw quick tens and ones to help you.

     

    1. 17 + 14 = ____

     

    1. 16 + 15 = ____

     

    1. 17 + 15 = ____

     

    1. 18 + 13 =____

     

    1. 18 + 15 = _____

     

    1. 18 + 16 = _____

     

    1. 19 + 15 = _____

     

             19 + 16 = _

    SOCIAL STUDIES

     WEDNESDAY, DAY 43, May 27, 2020

    Due Date May 27, 2020

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    Objective:

     I can independently recognize that people and families have different customs and traditions.

     Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    6.1.P.D.2 Demonstrate an understanding of family roles and traditions. There are many different cultures within the classroom and community. 6.1.P.D.3 Express individuality and cultural diversity (e.g., through dramatic play). 6.1.P.D.4 Learn about and respect other cultures within the classroom and community

     Activity:

    Traditions and Celebrations

    Please watch the video:

     https://youtu.be/-PT29WBpLyM

    A custom is something that a person usually does in a certain way. Some customs are passed down over time. Customs can be new. Groups of people from the same place often have the same customs. A tradition is like a custom. It is something that people have passed down over time. Most traditions come from the past. Sometimes traditions can be new. We can start new traditions. Everyone follows different traditions. Many people cook special food to celebrate their important holidays. They may dress in traditional clothing to dance and sing at a celebration.
     

    QUESTIONS:

    1. What is tradition?
    2. How are customs and traditions the same?
    3. What is the difference between customs and traditions?

     After completing the activity, students will complete work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

      TUESDAY, DAY 43 May 26, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    DUE DATE: May 27, 2020

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 9 pages Wilbur’s  pages 55 - 65 

    Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

     Heggerty: Phonological and Phonemic Awareness

    rControlled Vowels

    Vocabulary Words

    Boast noun

    an act of talking with excessive pride and self-satisfaction.

    "I said I would score, and it wasn't an idle boast"

    Clever: adjective

    quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas; intelligent.

    "a clever and studious   young girl"

    Sedentary: adjective

    (of a person) tending to spend much time seated; somewhat inactive.

    "We all walk a certain amount every day even if we are sedentary"

    Embarrassment: noun

    a feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.

    "I turned red with embarrassment"

    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the vocabulary words boast, clever, sedentary, and embarrassment in the Message.  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend!

    Today we will be reading Chapter 9 “Wilbur’s Boast.” To boast means to show off. There are several times in the chapter when Charlotte takes care of Wilbur. She shows just how much she is beginning to love him. I will list some of them.

    1. She is planning a way to save him from being eaten at Christmastime (page 63)
    2. She’s patient with him when he can’t get to sleep; she puts him to bed (page 65).
    3. She defends him when the lamb calls Wilbur smelly

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2 )

     RAP  OBJECTIVE

     I can use details to describe the characters and setting or a story (RL.1.3)

     CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    At the end of the chapter, Charlotte goes off to think about how to save Wilbur. What does she tell Wilbur to do to help?

    Tuesday, Day 43, May 26, 2020

    Due Date: May 27, 2020

    Module 4 Lesson 27

    Objective:

    I can add a pair of two-digit numbers when the one's digits have a sum greater than 10.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    During the winter, it snowed on 14 different days. On some of the days, we got to stay home. For 9 of the snowy days, we had to go to school. For how many days did we get to stay home? Use the RDW process to solve the problem. Extension: How many more days did it snow when we were in school compared to when we were home?

    CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

    Please watch the video before solving the problems.

     https://youtu.be/nAMjgptVgUg

    CLASSWORK

    Solve using number bonds with pairs of number sentences. You may draw quick tens and some ones to help you.

    19 + 12 = ____ 18 + 12 = ____ 19 + 13 = ____ 18 + 14 = ____ 17 + 14 = ____ 17 + 17 = ____ 18 + 17 = ____ 18 + 19 = ____ 

     EXIT TICKET

     Solve using number bonds with pairs of number sentences. You may draw quick tens and some ones to help you.

    Example

    1. 16 + 15 =___

     Step 1 10 and 5=15

    16 + 10 = 26

    26  + 5 = 31

    1. 17 + 31 = _____

     

    1. 16 + 16 = ___

     

    1. 17 + 15 = ____

      HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds with pairs of number sentences. You may draw quick tens and ones to help you.

     

    1. 17 + 14 = ____

     

    1. 16 + 15 = ____

     

    1. 17 + 15 = ____

     

    1. 18 + 13 =____

     

    1. 18 + 15 = _____

     

    1. 18 + 16 = _____

     

    1. 19 + 15 = _____

     

                19 + 16 = _

    SOCIAL STUDIES

     WEDNESDAY Day 44, May 27, 2020

    Due Date May 27, 2020

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    Objective:

     I can independently recognize that people and families have different customs and traditions.

     Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    6.1.P.D.2 Demonstrate an understanding of family roles and traditions. There are many different cultures within the classroom and community. 6.1.P.D.3 Express individuality and cultural diversity (e.g., through dramatic play). 6.1.P.D.4 Learn about and respect other cultures within the classroom and community

     Activity:

    Traditions and Celebrations

    Please watch the video:

     https://youtu.be/-PT29WBpLyM

    A custom is something that a person usually does in a certain way. Some customs are passed down over time. Customs can be new. Groups of people from the same place often have the same customs. A tradition is like a custom. It is something that people have passed down over time. Most traditions come from the past. Sometimes traditions can be new. We can start new traditions. Everyone follows different traditions. Many people cook special food to celebrate their important holidays. They may dress in traditional clothing to dance and sing at a celebration.
     

    QUESTIONS:

    1. What is tradition?
    2. How are customs and traditions the same?
    3. What is the difference between customs and traditions?

     After completing the activity, students will complete work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

      Thursday, DAY 42, May 21, 2020 Classwork/Homework
     Charlotte’s Web Chapter 8 A Talk at Home pages 52-54

     Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)
    Message Time

    Learning Target: I can identify high-frequency words. also, soon, how, new, soon, ready in the message.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? Also, are you still feeling excited after our Google Meet yesterday? I am! I missed some of our friends yesterday. I hope everyone will be there next week! Are you ready to learn more about Fern and Wilbur’s relationship? Soon we will be learning about new things happening in Wilbur’s life.

    Writing:

    RAP Objective

    I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2).

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

     Classwork

    RAP QUESTION

    Why is Mrs. Arable worried about Fern? What is she going to do about it?

    WRITING 

    OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write information about a topic. W.1.2

    HOMEWORK

    Write a sentence using the High-Frequency Words. Draw a picture.

    Thursday, Day 42, May 21, 2020

    Lesson 26

    Due Date: May 21. 2020

     Objective:

    I can add two 2 digit numbers when the one's digits have a sum greater than ten.

    Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6 

    FLUENCY

    3 + ___= 10

     

    13 + ____

     

    4 + ____ =10

     

    14 + ___= 20

     

    16 + ____ = 20

     

    2 + ___ = 10

     

    12 + ____= 20

     

    18 + ___= 20

     

    11 + -____= 20

    Application Problem

    It snowed 7 days in February and the same number of days in March. How many days did it snow in those 2 months? Use the RDW process to solve the problem. Extension: It snowed 3 days in January. How many days did it snow in all 3 months? How many more days did it snow in February than in January?

      Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/W1fjqkC177E

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using   a number bond to

    Add ten first. Write the 2 addition sentences that helped you.

    Example

    18 + 13 = _____

    18 + 10 = 28

    28 + 3 = 31

    17 + 15 = ____

    17 + 10 = ___

    _____ +5= ___

    17 + 16 = ____

    17 + 10 = ____

    ____ + 6=____

     

    EXIT TICKET

     Solve using number bonds to add ten first. Write the 2 number sentences that helped you.

     

    15 + 19 = _____

    ___+ ___=____

    ___ + __=_____

     

    19 + 17 = ____

     

    ___+___=____

     

    ___ +__=____

     

    Wednesday, Day 41, May 20, 2020

    Science

    Objective: I can identify the 5 main parts of a plant?

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

     ACTIVITY: 

    Watch the video  

    Song on Plants Five Main Parts Of A Plant
    https://youtu.be/-LGh7WEZe7k

     ASSIGNMENT

     What are the 5 main parts of a plant!

    Draw a picture of the plant and label

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

      THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     Wednesday, DAY 41, May 20, 2020 Classwork/Homework
     Charlotte’s Web Chapter 8 A Talk at Home pages 52-54

     Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)
    Message Time

    Learning Target: I can identify high-frequency words. also, soon, how, new, soon, ready in the message.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? Also, are you still feeling excited after our Google Meet yesterday? I am! I missed some of our friends yesterday. I hope everyone will be there next week! Are you ready to learn more about Fern and Wilbur’s relationship? Soon we will be learning about  new things happening  in Wilbur’s life

    Writing:

    RAP Objective

    I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2).

     RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

     Classwork

    RAP QUESTION

    Why is Mrs. Arable worried about Fern? What is she going to do about it?

    WRITING 

    OBJECTIVE:

     I can write information about a topic. W.1.2

    HOMEWORK

    Write a sentence using the High-Frequency Words. Draw a picture.

    Wednesday, Day 41, May 20, 2020

    Lesson 26

    Due Date: May 21. 2020

     Objective:

    I can add two 2 digit numbers when the one's digits have a sum greater than ten.

    Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6 

    FLUENCY

    3 + ___= 10

     

    13 + ____

     

    4 + ____ =10

     

    14 + ___= 20

     

    16 + ____ = 20

     

    2 + ___ = 10

     

    12 + ____= 20

     

    18 + ___= 20

     

    11 + -____= 20

    Application Problem

    It snowed 7 days in February and the same number of days in March. How many days did it snow in those 2 months? Use the RDW process to solve the problem. Extension: It snowed 3 days in January. How many days did it snow in all 3 months? How many more days did it snow in February than in January?

      Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/W1fjqkC177E

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using   a number bond to

    Add ten first. Write the 2 addition sentences that helped you.

    Example

    18 + 13 = _____

    18 + 10 = 28

    28 + 3 = 31

    17 + 15 = ____

    17 + 10 = ___

    _____ +5= ___

    17 + 16 = ____

    17 + 10 = ____

    ____ + 6=____

     

    EXIT TICKET

     Solve using number bonds to add ten first. Write the 2 number sentences that helped you.

     

    15 + 19 = _____

    ___+ ___=____

    ___ + __=_____

     

    19 + 17 = ____

     

    ___+___=____

     

    ___ +__=____

     

    Wednesday, Day 41, May 20, 2020

    Science

    Objective: I can identify the 5 main parts of a plant?

    Standard:

    • LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.

    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

     ACTIVITY: 

    Watch the video  

    Song on Plants Five Main Parts Of A Plant
    https://youtu.be/-LGh7WEZe7k

     ASSIGNMENT

     What are the 5 main parts of a plant!

    Draw a picture of the plant and label

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.

      THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     Tuesday, DAY 40 May. 19, 2020 Classwork/Homework
    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)
    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    briskly

     adverb

    in an active, quick, or energetic way.

    "she walked briskly into the building"

    Conspiracy: noun:

    a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful.

    "a conspiracy to destroy the government"

    plural noun: 

    hysterics

    INFORMAL

    a wildly emotional and exaggerated reaction.

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    Message Time Learning Target: I can independently identify the vocabulary words briskly, conspiracy, and hysterics in the Message.  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend.

    Today we will be reading Chapter 7 Charlotte’s Web, “Bad News.” In the story, the old sheep told Wilbur some bad news! He told Wilbur that there was “a regular conspiracy around here to kill you at Christmastime.” (page 49). Wilbur was screaming and having a temper tantrum. Charlotte spoke to him briskly, “You’re carrying on in a childish way. Stop your crying! I can’t stand hysterics.” (page  51).

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

      I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can independently ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    What “bad news” does Wilbur get from the old sheep?

    HOMEWORK

    We will read Chapter 7 of Charlotte’s Web pages 48 -51

     Write sentences using the vocabulary words

    Briskly, hysterics, conspiracy

    Draw a picture to illustrate each sentence.

    Day 40

    Tuesday 5/19-

    Module 4 Lesson 25

    Due Date: May 20, 2020

    Objective:

     I can break total amounts into parts using subtraction.

    Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6

    FLUENCY

    2 + ____ = 10

     

    ___+  8 =10

     

    1 + ____ = 10

     

    ___+  2 =  10

     

    ------ +  3 = 10

    9 + ____ = 10

     

    19 + ___ = 20

     

    5 + ___ = 10

     

    15 + ___ =  20

     

    11 + ____ = 20

     

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    A chipmunk hides 11 acorns under a tree. Later, he gives 5 of the acorns to his friend. How many acorns does the chipmunk have? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

     Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/sGcll0yjcok

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences to record what you did.

    12 + 27 = ____

    21 + 19 = ____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds. This time, add the tens first. Write the 2 number sentences to show what you did.

    12 + 14 =_____

    14 + 21 = ____

    15 + 14 = ____

    25 + 14 = ____

    Tuesday DAY 40, May 19, 2020

    Due Date: May 19, 2020

    Social Studies

    Chapter 5 Lesson 1: What is Culture?

     Watch Video:

     https://youtu.be/o32l-_U6nGY

    Objective:

     I can explain how cultures are similar and different.

       Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

    How We Are The Same

    People come to America from many different countries, or nations, from around the world. We all have the same basic needs. We all need food, shelter, and love to grow and stay safe.

     Activity:

    Write the things all people need to grow and stay safe.

     How  We Are Different

    When people came to America they brought things that were important. These things make up their culture. Culture is the way a group of people lives. People brought their music, food, and dance. They brought their language. They brought their beliefs, or things too. There are many different cultures in the United States today.

     Activity: How We Are Different

    Students will answer the questions:

    What is culture?

    What do people bring with them when they come to America?

    What are beliefs?

      After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

     DAY 39, Monday, May. 18, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    Charlotte’s Web Chapter 7 pages Bad News pages 48-51 

    Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    briskly: adverb

    in an active, quick, or energetic way.

    "she walked briskly into the building"

    Conspiracy: noun:

    a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful.

    "a conspiracy to destroy the government"

    plural noun: 

    hysterics

    INFORMAL

    a wildly emotional and exaggerated reaction.

    SMALL GROUP

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the vocabulary words briskly, conspiracy, and hysterics in the Message.  

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend.

    Today we will be reading Chapter 7 Charlotte’s Web, “Bad News.” In the story the  old sheep told Wilbur some bad news! He told Wilbur that there was “a regular conspiracy around here to kill you at Christmastime.” (page 49). Wilbur was screaming and having a temper tantrum. Charlotte spoke to him briskly, “You’re carrying on in a childish way. Stop your crying! I can’t stand hysterics.” (page  51).

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can write information about a topic. W.1.2

    RAP OBJECTIVE

     I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    CLASSWORK:

    RAP Question

    What “bad news” does Wilbur get from the old sheep?

     HOMEWORK

    We will read Chapter 7 of Charlotte’s Web pages 48 -51

     Write sentences using the vocabulary words

    Briskly, hysterics, conspiracy

    Draw a picture to illustrate each sentence.

    Day 39

     

    Monday 5/18-

    Module 4 Lesson 25

    Due Date: May 20, 2020

    Objective:

     I can break total amounts into parts using subtraction.

    Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6

    FLUENCY

    5 + ____ = 10

    9 + ____ =10

    10 + ____ = 10

    0 +  ____=  10

    8 + ____ = 10

    7 + ____ = 10

    6 + ____ = 10

    4 + ___ = 10

    3 + ___ = 10

    ___ + 7 = 10

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    A chipmunk hides 11 acorns under a tree. Later, he gives 5 of the acorns to his friend. How many acorns does the chipmunk have? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

     Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/sGcll0yjcok

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences to record what you did.

    12 + 27 = ____

    21 + 19 = ____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds. This time, add the tens first. Write the 2 number sentences to show what you did.

    12 + 14 =_____

    14 + 21 = ____

    15 + 14 = ____

    25 + 14 = ____

     

     SOCIAL STUDIES
    Day 39, Monday, May 18, 2020

    Chapter 5 Lesson 1: What is Culture?

    Watch Video:

    https://youtu.be/o32l-_U6nGY

    Due Date: May 18, 2020

    Objective:

    I can explain how cultures are similar and different.

    Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:
    8.1.2.A.4

    How We Are The Same
    People come to America from many different countries, or nations, from around the world. We all have the same basic needs. We all need food, shelter, and love to grow and stay safe.

    Activity:
    Circle and write the things all people need.

    How We Are Different

    When people came to America they brought things that were important. These things make up their culture. Culture is the way a group of people lives. People brought their music, food, and dance. They brought their language. They brought their beliefs, or things they thought were true too. There are many different cultures in the United States today.

    Activity: How We Are Different


    Students will answer the questions:


    What is culture?
    What do people bring with them when they come to America?
    What are beliefs?


    After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below. They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/logintarget=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    Day 40

    Tuesday 5/19-

    Module 4 Lessom 25

    Due Date: May 20, 2020

    Objective:

    Objective

     

    I can break total amounts into parts using subtraction.

    Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6

    FLUENCY

    2 + ____ = 10

     

    ___+  8 =10

     

    1 + ____ = 10

     

    ___+  2 =  10

     

    ------ +  3 = 10

    9 + ____ = 10

     

    19 + ___ = 20

     

    5 + ___ = 10

     

    15 + ___ =  20

     

    11 + ____ = 20

     

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    A chipmunk hides 11 acorns under a tree. Later, he gives 5 of the acorns to his friend. How many acorns does the chipmunk have? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

     Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/sGcll0yjcok

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences to record what you did.

    12 + 27 = ____

    21 + 19 = ____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds. This time, add the tens first. Write the 2 number sentences to show what you did.

    12 + 14 =_____

    14 + 21 = ____

    15 + 14 = ____

    25 + 14 = ____

      THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,

    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES

    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

     

      FRIDAY DAY 38 May 15, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below Chapter 7 pages 48 - 51
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? We survived another week of virtual learning! Today is a Make-Up- Day to complete any unfinished work in all subjects. This includes work for Miss Altman and Ms. Holmes. It also gives you time to get your minutes for iRead and iReady. The links are provided below.  If you struggled with a math problem you could watch the video again and try to do a problem on your own! We will be starting Chapter 5 in Social Studies: One Nation, Many People.  Please complete today's "Activity." Also, please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance! All work must be submitted by 12 midnight to avoid being marked absent for the day!

    Go on iRead for 20 minutes. https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess Please send me a picture of you on the computer.

    Friday   DAY 38, 2020 Social Studie

    CCSS: 6.1.P.D.3 Express individuality and cultural diversity (e.g., through dramatic play). 6.1.P.D.4 Learn about and respect other cultures within the classroom and community.

    Objective: I can explain what is culture.

    What is culture: Culture is the way a group of people lives.  

    ACTIVITY

    Think about symbols that show your culture. What foods do you eat? What holidays do you celebrate? What clothing do you wear? Draw pictures that show your culture?

     THERE ARE MINUTES THAT ARE REQUIRED EACH WEEK:

    iREAD 20 MINUTES,
    I -READY ELA 30 MINUTES
    I-READY MATH 45 MINUTES

    Fun Activities: You could send me pictures of your favorite fun activity.

     RainForest Trip:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEsV5rqbVNQ

    SONGS:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIDfXEvDK9o

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVdl60s1mZk

    Amazon Rainforest!- 25 Facts!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgU7gsBOhUI

    Animals:

    https://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/environment/101-videos/00000169-a75c-dfeb-abe9-ff5d62f80000

    How to DRAW:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiI2sWm-AlU

    Parrott

     

     DAY 37 Thursday: May 14, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Dear Children of the Earth Links

    https://youtu.be/BTthWbRmliE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below Chapter 6: Summer Days pages 42 - 47
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can independently identify the Vocabulary Words jubilee, gratified, unremitting, appalled, and untenable.

    noun
    jubilee a special anniversary of an event, especially one celebrating twenty-five or fifty years of a reign or activity.

    verb gratified
    past tense: gratified; past participle: gratified
    give (someone) pleasure or satisfaction.
    "I was gratified to see the coverage in May's issue"

     unremitting: adjective

    never relaxing or slackening; incessant.

    appalled: adjective
    greatly dismayed or horrified.
    "Alison looked at me, appalled"
    untenable:  not capable of being defended against attack or criticism 

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone is feeling great. Today we will be editing and publishing the letter you wrote to Mother Earth.
    Why do we need to edit our letter to Mother Earth? Editing involves reviewing spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure, and grammar, and correcting any mistakes.
    Editing is a stage of the writing process in which a writer or editor strives to improve a draft by correcting errors and making words and sentences clearer, more precise, and as effective as possible. After we are done with this process we will publish our work. Publishing is the last step of the writing process, the final writing is shared with the group. Sharing can be accomplished in a variety of ways, and with the help of computers, it can even be printed or published online.

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    https://youtu.be/vLpKgeLgFEg

    Writing: Objective: I can independently revise and edit a friendly letter,

    RAP Objective

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can independently answer questions about the information I have gathered from sources (W.1.8)

    HOMEWORK

    RAP Question Charlotte's Web Chapter5 page 43

    What does Templeton ask for in this Chapter? Does he get it? What does Charlotte warn us will happen if Templeton isn't careful?

    Classwork

    Independently write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    Day 37

    Thursday: 5/14

    Lesson 24

    Due Date: May 14. 2020

    Objective:

    I can independently add two 2digit numbers when the one's digits have a sum less than or equal to ten.

    Standard Math-

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6

    FLUENCY

    5 + 3 = _____

    ____= 5 + 4

    6 + 4 = ______

    4 + 6 = ______

    _____= 4 + 4

    3 + 4 =_______

    5 + 5 = ______

    _____= 4 + 5


    3 + 7 = _________


    --------- = 3 + 6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    A dog hides 11 bones behind his doghouse. Later, his owner gives him 5 more bones. How many bones does the dog have now? Use the RDW process to share your thinking as you solve the problem.

    Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/On0lbh2BuZY

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences that show that you added the ten first.

    13 + 26 = __
    ___ + ___= ____

    ___+ ___ = ____



    19 + 21=____
    __ + ___ = ____

    __ + ____= ____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences that show that you added the ten first. Draw quick tens and ones if that helps you

    Example: 13 +16 =___

    16 + 10 = 26

    26 + 3 = 29



    16 + 23=____



    23 + 10 = _______

    ______+ 6 = ______

    16 + 14 = _______

    16 + 10 = ________

    _____ + 4 = ______



    14 + 26 = ________

    26 + 10 = ________

    _____ + 4 = ________



    Thursday Day 37, May 14, 2020

    Science

    Objective: I can independently explain what plants need to grow?

    Standard:

    LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.
    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    What Do Plants Need to Grow?

    ACTIVITY:
    ReadAloud: The Seed To Plant Book by Gail Gibbons https://youtu.be/Rb7n_B8kzNY

    Watch the video How Do Seeds Become A Plant?
    https://youtu.be/tkFPyue5X3Q
    Name 3 things plants need to grow? Why is each one important? What happens to the seed if one or more is missing?

    ASSIGNMENT

    Name 3 things plants need to grow? Why is each one important? What happens to the seed if one or more is missing?

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.
     
     

      DAY 36 Wednesday: May 13, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Dear Children of the Earth Links

    https://youtu.be/BTthWbRmliE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below Chapter 6: Summer Days
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

     

    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8


    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can identify the Vocabulary Words jubilee, gratified, unremitting, appalled, and untenable.

    noun
    jubilee a special anniversary of an event, especially one celebrating twenty-five or fifty years of a reign or activity.

    verb gratified
    past tense: gratified; past participle: gratified
    give (someone) pleasure or satisfaction.
    "I was gratified to see the coverage in May's issue"

    adjective

    never relaxing or slackening; incessant.

    appalled: adjective
    greatly dismayed or horrified.
    "Alison looked at me, appalled"

    adjective

    (especially of a position or view) not able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection.
    Message
    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone is feeling great. Today we will be revising the letter you wrote to Mother Earth.
    Why do we need to revise our letter to Mother Earth?
    Revising involves making changes like adding or deleting words, reorganizing sentences or ideas, and sometimes responding to comments from other readers. Editing involves reviewing spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure, and grammar, and correcting any mistakes.

    After we are done with this process we will publish our work for everyone to see and read.

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    https://youtu.be/vLpKgeLgFEg

    Writing: Objective: I can revise and edit a friendly letter,

    RAP Objective

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can answer questions about the information I have gathered from sources (W.1.8)

    HOMEWORK

    RAP Question

    What does Templeton ask for in this Chapter? Does he get it? What does Charlotte warn us will happen if Templeton isn't careful?

    Classwork

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    Day 36

    Wednesday: 5/13

    Lesson 24

    Due Date: May 13. 2020

    Objective:

    I can add two 2digit numbers when the one's digits have a sum less than or equal to ten.

    Standard Math-

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6

    FLUENCY

    5 + 3 = _____

    ____= 5 + 4

    6 + 4 = ______

    4 + 6 = ______

    _____= 4 + 4

    3 + 4 =_______

    5 + 5 = ______

    _____= 4 + 5


    3 + 7 = _________


    --------- = 3 + 6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    A dog hides 11 bones behind his doghouse. Later, his owner gives him 5 more bones. How many bones does the dog have now? Use the RDW process to share your thinking as you solve the problem.

    Concept Development!

    Link provided

    https://youtu.be/On0lbh2BuZY

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences that show that you added the ten first.

    13 + 26 = __
    ___ + ___= ____

    ___+ ___ = ____



    19 + 21=____
    __ + ___ = ____

    __ + ____= ____

    HOMEWORK

    Solve using number bonds. Write the two number sentences that show that you added the ten first. Draw quick tens and ones if that helps you

    Example: 13 +16 =___

    16 + 10 = 26

    26 + 3 = 29



    16 + 23=____



    23 + 10 = _______

    ______+ 6 = ______

    16 + 14 = _______

    16 + 10 = ________

    _____ + 4 = ______



    14 + 26 = ________

    26 + 10 = ________

    _____ + 4 = ________



    Wednesday

    Day 36, 2020

    Science

    Objective: I can explain what plants need to grow?

    Standard:

    LS1-1. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs.
    R1.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text

    What Do Plants Need to Grow?

    ACTIVITY:
    ReadAloud: The Seed To Plant Book by Gail Gibbons https://youtu.be/Rb7n_B8kzNY

    Watch the video How Do Seeds Become A Plant?
    https://youtu.be/tkFPyue5X3Q
    Name 3 things plants need to grow? Why is each one important? What happens to the seed if one or more is missing?

    ASSIGNMENT

    Name 3 things plants need to grow? Why is each one important? What happens to the seed if one or more is missing?

    ASSESSMENT

    Students will be assessed on the completion of the assignment.
     
      

    Tuesday DAY 35 May. 12, 2020 Classwork/Homework
    Dear Children of the Earth Links

    https://youtu.be/BTthWbRmliE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)
    Heggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

     CULMINATING TASK

    Text: Dear Children of the Earth

     Remember what the book says will happen if we do not take care of the Earth. What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. What part of the Earth do you want others to care for? Explain why taking care of it is important? Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

    Message Time Learning Target: I will independently write a friendly letter to Mother Earth.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today?  Today we will be writing a friendly letter to Mother Earth. Please remember to include the 5 important parts: Date, Greeting/

    Salutation, Indented  Body, Closing, Signature/

    Name.

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can independently write a friendly letter.

     RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

     https://youtu.be/y2d-0dIimgY

    RAP Question

    CLASSWORK:

    CULMINATING TASK

    Complete the letter to Mother Earth:

    Remember what the book says will happen if we do not take care of the Earth. What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. What part of the Earth do you want others to care for? Explain why taking care of it is important? Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

    HOMEWORK

    We will read Chapter 5 of Charlotte’s Web (Charlotte). Here are some words to describe Charlotte. Write the meaning of 5 of these words:

    Pretty. Clever, Loyal, Kind-heart, True, Bold, Fierce, Cruel, Brutal,

    Scheming, Bloodthirsty

    Challenge: What do these words tell us about Charlotte? Is she good, bad, or a little bit of both?

    MATH Day 35 Tuesday 5/12-

    Module 4 Lesson 23

    Due Date: May 12, 2020

    Objective:

    I can independently describe numbers in different ways using tens and ones.

     Standard Math- 

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6 

    FLUENCY

    7 + 1 = ___

     

    ___ = 1 + 7

    3 + 3 = ____

     

    3 + 4 = ___

     

    ____ = 3 + 5

     

    6 + 3 = ____

     

    7 + 3 = _____

     

    ___ = 7 + 2

     

    2 +  7 = ____

     

    2 +  8

     

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Rihanna picks up 10 loose pencils and puts them in a cup. Chris has 1 package of 10 pencils that he adds to the cup. How many pencils are now in the cup? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

    Concept Development!

    Link provided https://youtu.be/jvP2aZTc4Iselow:

    EXIT TICKET

    Rosaisela says that 24 is the same as 1 ten 14 ones, and Jonathan says that 24 is the same as 2 tens 14 ones. Draw quick tens to show if  Rosaisela or Jonathan is correct.

    HOMEWORK

    Yesid says that 37 is the same as 1 ten 27 ones, and Katherine says that 37 is the same as 2 tens 7 ones. Draw quick tens to show if Yesid or Katherine is correct.

    Tuesday

    May 12, 2020

    Day 35, 2020

    Social Studies

    Chapter 4 Assessment

    Due Date: May 12, 2020

    Objective:

    I can independently apply what I learned in Chapter 4, Life Today and Long Ago

     Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

     

    Activity:

    Students will complete Chapter 4 Assessment Questions 1, 2, and 3 are below. Questions 4 and 5 are posted as a PDF file.

    Questions.

    1. Write about the invention of the washing machine. Finish the sentences.

    It make’s people’s lives easier because

    ____________.

     

    1. Write the word that goes in the blank.

    Past, ____, future.

    3. Draw a picture of clothing worn in the past.

    1. Look at the timeline of transportation. Draw a picture of a plane in the box for 2017.

    Circle the earliest date on the timeline

    1896, 1920, 2017.

     

    Critical Thinking and Writing

    5. Look at the pictures. Write about how many things changed over time. Write how some things stayed the same.

     

     After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     

     

       

    DAY 34 Monday, Day 11, 2020, CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    DUE DATE: Tuesday, May. 12, 2020

    Dear Children of the Earth Links

    https://youtu.be/BTthWbRmliE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    SMALL GROUP

    Haggerty: r Controlled Vowels/

    Rhyming Words

    https://youtu.be/M095M8BLhn8

    CULMINATING TASK

    Text: Dear Children of the Earth

     Remember what the book says will happen if we do not take care of the Earth. What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. What part of the Earth do you want others to care for? Explain why taking care of it is important? Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

    Message Time Learning Target: I can write the rough draft of a friendly letter to Mother Earth.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend. I  hope you gave your mother a lot of love on Mother’s Day! Today we will be writing a friendly letter to Mother Earth. Please remember to include the 5 important parts: Date, Greeting/ Salutation, Indented  Body, Closing, Signature/.

    WRITING OBJECTIVE:

     I can write a friendly letter.

     RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

     

    https://youtu.be/y2d-

    0dIimgY

    RAP Question

    CLASSWORK: CULMINATING TASK

    Complete the letter to Mother Earth:

    Remember what the book says will happen if we do not take care of the Earth. What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. What part of the Earth do you want others to care for? Explain why taking care of it is important? Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

    HOMEWORK

    We will read Chapter 5 of Charlotte’s Web (Charlotte). Here are some words to describe Charlotte. Write the meaning of 5 of these words:

    Pretty. Clever, Loyal, Kind-heart, True, Bold, Fierce, Cruel, Brutal,

    Scheming, Bloodthirsty

    Challenge: What do these words tell us about Charlotte? Is she good, bad, or a little bit of both?

    MATH

    Day 34 Monday 5/11-

    Module 4 Lesson 23

    Due Date: May 12, 2020

     Math Standards:

    1.NBT.4

    1.OA.C.6 

    FLUENCY

    7 + 1 = ___

     ___ = 1 + 7

     3 + 3 = ____

      + 4 = ___

     ____ = 3 + 5

     6 + 3 = ____

     7 + 3 = _____

     ___ = 7 + 2

     2 +  7 = ____

     2 +  8

     Objective:

    I can describe numbers in different ways using tens and ones.

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Rihanna picks up 10 loose pencils and puts them in a cup. Chris has 1 package of 10 pencils that he adds to the cup. How many pencils are now in the cup? Use the RDW process to solve the problem.

    Concept Development! PLEASE WATCH THE EUREKA VIDEO

    The link is provided: https://youtu.be/jvP2aZTc4Iselow:

    EXIT TICKET

    Rosaisela says that 24 is the same as 1 ten 14 ones, and Jonathan says that 24 is the same as 2 tens 14 ones. Draw quick tens to show if  Rosaisela or Jonathan is correct.

    HOMEWORK

    Yesid says that 37 is the same as 1 ten 27 ones, and Katherine says that 37 is the same as 2 tens 7 ones. Draw quick tens to show if Yesid or Katherine is correct.

     SOCIAL STUDIES

    Monday Day 34, 2020, May 11, 2020

    Day 34, 2020

    Chapter 4 Assessment PDF IS IN CLASS STORY!!!

    Due Date: May 12, 2020

    Objective:

    I can apply what I learned in Chapter 4, Life Today and Long Ago

     Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

    Activity:

    Students will complete Chapter 4 Assessment Questions 1, 2, and 3 are below. Questions 4 and 5 are posted as a PDF file.

     

     Questions.

    1. Write about the invention of the washing machine. Finish the sentences.

    It makes people’s lives easier because

    ____________.

     Write the word that goes in the blank.

    Past, ____, future.

    1. Draw a picture of clothing worn in the past.    4. Look at the timeline of transportation. Draw a picture of a plane in the box for 2017.

    Circle the earliest date on the timeline

    1896, 1920, 2017.

     Critical Thinking and Writing

    1. Look at the pictures. Write about how many things changed over time. Write how some things stayed the same.

      After completing the activity, students will complete the work assigned by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    DAY 33 Friday: May 8, 2020; Classwork/Homework

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    VOCABULARY WORDS

    Loneliness: noun

    1.sadness because one has no friends or company.

    Dreary: is an adjective and means

    dull, bleak,  lifeless; and depressing.

    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? Today is a Make-Up- Day. We are going to do “Loneliness” Chapter 4 of Charlotte’s  Web so we are not too far behind. What does dreary mean? The word dreary is an adjective and means

    dull, bleak,  lifeless; and

    depressing. I am going to model for you how to use evidence from the text when answering a question. On page 30, the author wrote, “This was almost more than Wilbur could stand on this dreary, rainy day to see his breakfast being eaten by somebody else.”Now, I want you to practice using evidence from the text when you respond to the RAP Question. Today also gives you time to get your minutes for iRead and iReady. The links are provided below.  If you struggled with a math problem you could watch the video again and try to do a problem on your own! Please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance!

    RAP Question

    What makes Wilbur’s day so dreary?

    After you finish your writing, draw a picture of Wilbur’s dreary day in the barn?

     Go on iRead for 20 minutes. https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    IREADY/

    CLEVER - Clever IREADY

     Click on:

    Select your School -Clever

    Log in using your ID Number and Lunch Number.

    CLEVER LINK:
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

    FUN ACTIVITIES

    How To Draw A Mother's Day Folding Surprise

    https://youtu.be/FUVAoJvln7s

    https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1SvIdgTx9djKO6SjyvPDsoGlkgE3iExmi3qh2KRRku_w/mobilebasic

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=virtual+field+trip+360

     

    32 Thursday MAY 7, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Due Date: THURSDAY MAY 7, 2020

     Dear Children of the Earth Link

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Turtle Bay Link

    https://youtu.be/w2Ys1CFfdtI

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can identify the high-frequency words: done, great, work, were, motherpaper in the message.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone is feeling great. Today we will be editing the letter you wrote with your mother on paper yesterday after watching a video. Today we will be editing the letter. What is the difference between revising and editing?  Revising involves making changes like adding or deleting words, reorganizing sentences or ideas, and sometimes responding to comments from other readers. Editing involves reviewing spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure, and grammar, and correcting any mistakes.

    After we are done with this process we will publish our work for everyone to see and read.

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    https://youtu.be/vLpKgeLgFEg

     

    Writing: Objective: I can revise and edit a friendly letter,

    RAP Objective

      I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can answer questions about the information I have gathered from sources (W.1.8)

     HOMEWORK

    RAP Question

    What is the difference between revising and editing?

    Classwork

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    MATH
    Thursday: 5/7
    Lesson 22
    Due Date: May 7. 2020
    Objective:
    I can write word problems of varied/different types.
    Standard Math 1.NBT.4

    FLUENCY

    *Write the missing number. Pay attention to the + and – signs.

    3 + 3 = ☐
    6 - 3 = ☐
    4 +☐= 9
    3 + ☐ = 6
    7 + ☐ = 9
    6 - 3 = ☐
    18-9 = ☐
    4 + 4 = ☐
    9 - 2 = ☐
    ☐ = 8 +4
    9 - 5 = ☐
    19 - 4 = ☐

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Use a tape diagram to solve the problem.

    Namir jogged 12 miles on Saturday and then 5 miles on Sunday. How many miles did he jog in all?

    Concept Development

    https://youtu.be/gEkYmOrpxaU

    HOMEWORK
    Use the tape diagram to write a variety of word problems. Use the Word Bank if needed to label your model after you write the story.
    Topic (Nouns) Action (Verbs)
    hide, eat, go away, give
    flowers, goldfish, lizards, draw, get, collect, build,
    rockets, cars, frogs, crackers, play
    marbles

    EXIT TICKET
    Solve the problems using a tape diagram.
    a. There are 14 ants on the picnic blanket. Then, some more ants came over. Now there are 17 ants on the picnic blanket, How many ants came over.
    b. 17 grapes were on the plate. Willie ate 14 grapes. How many grapes are on the plate now?

     Name: _____________________________ Date_____________________________

      SCIENCE ASSESSMENT

      1 A Kazoo is a toy that makes a sound when a person hums into it. Why does the sound come from the kazoo?

             A. It can vibrate

             B. It heats up        

             C. It makes light.

     

    1. A tuning fork is struck and starts to vibrate. Which of these could happen next  A. The tuning fork comes heavier B. The tuning fork makes light C. The tuning fork makes the sound.

     

    1. Why can these kids hear each other? A. The string vibrates B. The string lights up. C. The string is black

     

    1. How is a shadow formed? A. When light passes through a window. B. When the path of light is blocked. C. When the light is turned off.

     

    1. Where is a place you would be able to see a friend? A. A dark room. B. A cave C. A room with a night light.

     

    1. In the box below draw the sun in the sky. Make sure to place the sun so that it will make the boy cast a shadow. Then draw the shadow of the boy.

     

           Circle the materials that make sound by vibrating.

            A. Kazoo B. Flashlight  C. Door  D. Guitar  E. Tuning Fork

      

    DAY 31 WEDNESDAY MAY 6, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Due Date: THURSDAY MAY 7, 2020

     Dear Children of the Earth Link

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Turtle Bay Link

    https://youtu.be/w2Ys1CFfdtI

    Message Time

    Learning Target:

    I can identify the high-frequency words: done, great, work, were, mother, paper in the message.

    Message

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone is feeling great. Today we will be revising the letter you wrote with your mother on paper yesterday after watching a video. Tomorrow we will be editing the letter. What is the difference between revising and editing?  Revising involves making changes like adding or deleting words, reorganizing sentences or ideas, and sometimes responding to comments from other readers. Editing involves reviewing spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure, and grammar, and correcting any mistakes.

    After we are done with this process we will publish our work for everyone to see and read.

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    https://youtu.be/vLpKgeLgFEg

     

    Writing: Objective: I can revise and edit a friendly letter,

    RAP Objective

      I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    https://youtu.be/XP5yWz-MNpM

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can answer questions about information I have gathered from sources (W.1.8)

     HOMEWORK

    RAP Question

    What is the difference between revising and editing?

    Classwork

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    MATH
    Wednesday: 5/6
    Lesson 22
    Due Date: May 7. 2020
    Objective:
    I can write word problems of varied/different types.
    Standard Math 1.NBT.4

    FLUENCY

    *Write the missing number. Pay attention to the + and – signs.

    3 + 3 = ☐
    6 - 3 = ☐
    4 +☐= 9
    3 + ☐ = 6
    7 + ☐ = 9
    6 - 3 = ☐
    18-9 = ☐
    4 + 4 = ☐
    9 - 2 = ☐
    ☐ = 8 +4
    9 - 5 = ☐
    19 - 4 = ☐

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Use a tape diagram to solve the problem.

    Namir jogged 12 miles on Saturday and then 5 miles on Sunday. How many miles did he jog in all?

    Concept Development

    https://youtu.be/gEkYmOrpxaU

    HOMEWORK
    Use the tape diagram to write a variety of word problems. Use the Word Bank if needed to label your model after you write the story.
    Topic (Nouns) Action (Verbs)
    hide, eat, go away, give
    flowers, goldfish, lizards, draw, get, collect, build,
    rockets, cars, frogs, crackers, play
    marbles

    EXIT TICKET
    Solve the problems using a tape diagram.
    a. There are 14 ants on the picnic blanket. Then, some more ants came over. Now there are 17 ants on the picnic blanket, How many ants came over.
    b. 17 grapes were on the plate. Willie ate 14 grapes. How many grapes are on the plate now?

     Name: _____________________________ Date_____________________________

      SCIENCE ASSESSMENT

      1 A Kazoo is a toy that makes a sound when a person hums into it. Why does the sound come from the kazoo?

             A. It can vibrate

             B. It heats up        

             C. It makes light.

     

    1. A tuning fork is struck and starts to vibrate. Which of these could happen next  A. The tuning fork comes heavier B. The tuning fork makes light C. The tuning fork makes a sound.

     

    1. Why can these kids hear each other? A. The string vibrates B. The string lights up. C. The string is black

     

    1. How is a shadow formed? A. When light passes through a window. B. When the path of light is blocked. C. When the light is turned off.

     

    1. Where is a place you would be able to see a friend? A. A dark room. B. A cave C. A room with a night light.

     

    1. In the box below draw the sun in the sky. Make sure to place the sun so that it will make the boy cast a shadow. Then draw the shadow of the boy.

     

            Circle the materials that make sound by vibrating.

            A. Kazoo B. Flashlight  C. Door  D. Guita  E. Tuning Fork

      

     

     

     

    DAY 30 Due Date May 5, 2020

    Tuesday, May. 5, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Dear Children of the Earth Link

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Turtle Bay Link

    https://youtu.be/w2Ys1CFfdtI

    I can identify the vocabulary words: Planets, Earth, destroyed, pollution, glacier.

    Planet
    Planets are. large natural objects that orbit, or travel around, stars. Eight planets orbit the star called the Sun. In order from the closest to the Sun, these planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

    Earth:
    Earth is one of the eight planets that orbit or travel around, the sun in the solar system. It is the third planet from the sun. ... Earth is the only planet in the solar system that can support life. Life is possible on Earth because the planet has water on its surface and oxygen gas in its air.

    Destroyed: verb
    To destroy is defined as to damage, ruin or spoil something beyond repair.
    When you drive a truck into a house and totally demolish it, this is an example of a situation where you destroy the house.

    pollution:
    Pollution is when gases, smoke, and chemicals are introduced into the environment in large doses that make it harmful for humans, animals, and plants. Some forms of pollution can be seen, some are invisible.

    Glacier:
    A glacier is a large area of thick ice that remains frozen from one year to the next.

    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify different kinds of complete sentences.

    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone is doing well! This week we are going back to a story we read before Turtle Watch. We will be writing a letter to a friend or to your teacher explaining how you will take care of the ocean. On Wednesday and Thursday we will be revising and editing this letter. This will allow us to practice these skills that we need to know how to do when we complete our Culminating Task for Dear Children of the Earth next week. Some of you wrote this letter before so we will revise and edit it to make it better. I have included the link for Dear Children of the Earth so you can listen to the story again and get your evidence from the text to support your ideas. After watching a video teaching you how to write a friendly letter you will practice writing your own friendly letter to answer the RAP Question.

    RAP Objectives
    Writing: Objective: I can write a friendly letter,
    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    A friendly or personal letter has 5 main parts.
    HEADING: Includes the date.
    SALUTATION/GREETING:
    The salutation usually starts with 'Dear' and is followed the person's name and then a comma.
    BODY: After skipping a line, you begin the body of your letter which is the main text of your letter. Indent for each new paragraph.
    _______ We need to take care of the ocean.
    CLOSING: The closing includes a short capitalized expression such as 'Sincerely' or 'Love' and is followed by a comma. Skip a line after the body before writing your closing.
    SIGNATURE: You sign your name beginning directly below the closing.
    RAP OBJECTIVE
    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)
    https://youtu.be/y2d-0dIimgY
    HOMEWORK
    RAP Question
    Do you remember what the book Turtle Bay says will happen if we don’t take care of the ocean? What can we do to help? Write a letter to a friend. What part of the beach do you want others to take care of? Explain why taking care of it is important. Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

    CLASSWORK:
    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    MATH
    Module 4 Lesson 21

    Due Date: May 5, 2020

    Objective:
    I can recognize and make use of part-whole relationships within tape diagrams when solving a variety of problem types.
    What is a tape diagram?
    A tape diagram is an organizing tool similar to a number bond. The two parts go into a box.

    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Rose drew 7 pictures, and Willie drew 11 pictures. How many pictures did they draw all together? They drew _________ pictures.
    Concept Development!
    Link provided below:
    https://youtu.be/GuYGJqOS-rs

    EXIT TICKET
    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. Scarlete read some pages on Monday. On Tuesday, she read 6 pages. She read 13 pages during the 2 days. How many pages did she read on Monday? Scarlete read _________ pages on Monday.

    HOMEWORK
    Name Date Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Fatima has 12 colored pencils in her bag. She has 6 regular pencils, too. How many pencils does Fatima have? Fatima has ________ pencils.

    Tuesday Day 30, May 5, 2020, Due Date: May 5, 2020
    Social Studies
    Changes in Technology and Transportation
    Objective:
    I can explain how Transportation changed people’s lives over time.
    Standard: 6.1.4.A.9
    Technology Standard:
    8.1.2.A.4

    Activity:
    Write how transportation is similar to and different from the past.
    After completing the activity, students will complete work assigned on the computer by
    Logging in to Pearson Realize.
    Students can access the online text and materials by clicking on the link below. They log in with their Clever ID and Password.
    CLEVER LINK:
    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     

     

    DAY 29 MONDAY MAY 4, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Dear Children of the Earth Link
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Turtle Bay Link
    https://youtu.be/w2Ys1CFfdtI

    Message Time Learning Target:
    I can identify the vocabulary words:
    Planets: Planets are. large natural objects that orbit, or travel around, stars. Eight planets orbit the star called the Sun. In order from the closest to the Sun, these planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
    Earth: Earth is one of the eight planets that orbit, or travel around, the sun in the solar system. It is the third planet from the sun. ... Earth is the only planet in the solar system that can support life. Life is possible on Earth because the planet has water on its surface and oxygen gas in its air.
    Destroyed:(verb) To destroy is defined as to damage, ruin, or spoil something beyond repair.
    When you drive a truck into a house and totally demolish it, this is an example of a situation where you destroy the house.
    Pollution: Pollution is when gases, smoke, and chemicals are introduced into the environment in large doses that make it harmful for humans, animals, and plants. Some forms of pollution can be seen, some are invisible.
    Glacier: A glacier is a large area of thick ice that remains frozen from one year to the next.

    Message
    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend. This week we are going back to a story we read before, Turtle Watch.. Next week, we will be writing, revising, and editing the Letter that we wrote to Mother Earth promising to take care of her. After watching a video Teaching you how to write a friendly letter you will practice writing your own friendly letter to answer the RAP Question..

    Writing: Objective: I can write a friendly letter.

    RAP Objective

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    A friendly or personal letter has 5 main parts.

    HEADING:
    Includes the date.
    April 4, 2020

    SALUTATION/GREETING:

    The salutation usually starts with 'Dear' and is followed by the person's name and then a comma.

    Dear Mother Earth,

    BODY: After skipping a line, you begin the body of your letter which is the main text of your letter. Indent for each new paragraph.

    CLOSING: The closing includes a short capitalized expression such as 'Sincerely' or 'Love' and is followed by a comma. Skip a line after the body before writing your closing.

    Love,

    SIGNATURE: You sign your name beginning directly below the closing.

    Diego

    What kind of things might you write in your friendly letter?

    Tell your friend about something fun you recently did.

    Congratulate your friend on a job well done for a recent accomplishment.

    Ask your friend some questions. (What is your favorite color? Do you have any pets? Do you play sports? etc.)

    Share about a place you visited.

    Ask for advice.

    Tell me about a book you've just read that you think your friend would also enjoy.

    Remember to always use your best handwriting so your friend can read your letter. Use proper punctuation, spelling, and grammar. Follow the 'Golden Rule' of letter writing: Write only the types of things that you would like to receive in a letter.

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    Please watch the video below before writing your friendly letter:

    https://youtu.be/y2d-0dIimgY

    HOMEWORK
    RAP Question

    Do you remember what the book Turtle Bay says will happen if we don’t take care of the ocean? What can we do to help? Write a letter to a friend. What part of the beach do you want others to take care of? Explain why taking care of it is important. Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice. A sample letter format is in Class Story.

    CLASSWORK:

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    Monday 5/4/2020

    Module 4 Lesson 21

    Due Date: May 5, 2020

    Objective:

    I can recognize and make use of part-whole relationships within tape diagrams when solving a variety of problem types.

    What is a tape diagram?

    A tape diagram is an organizing tool similar to a number bond. The two parts go into a box

    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Rose drew 7 pictures, and Willie drew 11 pictures. How many pictures did they draw all together? They drew _________ pictures.
    Concept Development!
    The link is provided below:
    https://youtu.be/GuYGJqOS-rs

    EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. Scarlete read some pages on Monday. On Tuesday, she read 6 pages. She read 13 pages during the 2 days. How many pages did she read on Monday? Scarlete read _________ pages on Monday.

    HOMEWORK

    Name Date Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Fatima has 12 colored pencils in her bag. She has 6 regular pencils, too. How many pencils does Fatima have? Fatima has ________ pencils.

    Monday

    Day 29, May 4, 2020

    Social Studies

    Changes in Technology and Transportation

    Objective:

    I can explain how inventions changed people’s lives over time.

    Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

    Vocabulary Words

    Invention: something that is made for the first time.

    Technology: is the use of science to solve problems.

    Communicate: share information with others

    Transportation:
    Is the way people move from place to place

    Activity:
    Make a list of things you can use that make your life easier.

    After completing the activity, students will complete work assigned on the computer by

    Logging in to Pearson Realize .

    Students can access the online text and materials by clicking on the link below. They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=DAY 29 MONDAY MAY 4, 2020 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    Dear Children of the Earth Link
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Turtle Bay Link
    https://youtu.be/w2Ys1CFfdtI

    Message Time Learning Target:
    I can identify the vocabulary words:
    Planets: Planets are. large natural objects that orbit, or travel around, stars. Eight planets orbit the star called the Sun. In order from the closest to the Sun, these planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
    Earth: Earth is one of the eight planets that orbit, or travel around, the sun in the solar system. It is the third planet from the sun. ... Earth is the only planet in the solar system that can support life. Life is possible on Earth because the planet has water on its surface and oxygen gas in its air.
    Destroyed:(verb) To destroy is defined as to damage, ruin or spoil something beyond repair.
    When you drive a truck into a house and totally demolish it, this is an example of a situation where you destroy the house.
    When you drive a truck into a house and totally demolish it, this is an example of a situation where you destroy the house.
    Pollution: Pollution is when gases, smoke and chemicals are introduced into the environment in large doses that makes it harmful for humans, animals and plants. Some forms of pollution can be seen, some are invisible.
    Glacier: A glacier is a large area of thick ice that remains frozen from one year to the next.

    Message
    Good morning scholars! How are you today? I hope everyone had a great weekend. This week we are going back to a story we read before, Dear Children of the Earth. Next week, we will be writing, revising and editing the Letter that we wrote to Mother Earth promising to take care of her . After watching a video Teaching you how to write a friendly letter you will practice writing your own friendly letter.

    Writing: Objective: I can write a friendly letter,

    RAP Objective

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    A friendly or personal letter has 5 main parts.

    HEADING:
    Includes the date.
    April 4, 2020

    SALUTATION/GREETING:

    The salutation usually starts with 'Dear' and is followed by the person's name and then a comma.

    Dear Mother Earth,

    BODY: After skipping a line, you begin the body of your letter which is the main text of your letter. Indent for each new paragraph.

    CLOSING: The closing includes a short capitalized expression such as 'Sincerely' or 'Love' and is followed by a comma. Skip a line after the body before writing your closing.

    Love,

    SIGNATURE: You sign your name beginning directly below the closing.

    Diego

    What kind of things might you write in your friendly letter?

    Tell your friend about something fun you recently did.

    Congratulate your friend on a job well done for a recent accomplishment.

    Ask you friend some questions. (What is your favorite color? Do you have any pets? Do you play sports? etc.)

    Share about a place you visited.

    Ask for advice.

    Tell about a book you've just read that you think your friend would also enjoy.

    Remember to always use your best handwriting so your friend can read your letter. Use proper punctuation, spelling and grammar. Follow the 'Golden Rule' of letter writing: Write only the types of things that you would like to receive in a letter.

    RAP OBJECTIVE

    I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    Please watch the video below before writing your friendly letter:

    https://youtu.be/y2d-0dIimgY

    HOMEWORK
    RAP Question

    Do you remember what the book Turtle Bay says will happen if we don’t take care of the ocean? What can we do to help. Write a letter to a friend. What part of the beach do you want others to take care of? Explain why taking care of it is important. Explain what you and others can do to take care of it. Use evidence from the text to support your choice. A sample letter format is in Class Story.

    CLASSWORK:

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    Monday 5/4/2020

    Module 4 Lesson 21

    Due Date: May 5, 2020

    Objective:

    I can recognize and make use of part-whole relationships within tape diagrams when solving a variety of problem types.

    What is a tape diagram?

    A tape diagram is an organizing tool similar to a number bond. The two parts go into a box

    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Rose drew 7 pictures, and Willie drew 11 pictures. How many pictures did they draw all together? They drew _________ pictures.
    Concept Development!
    Link provided below:
    https://youtu.be/GuYGJqOS-rs

    EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. Scarlete read some pages on Monday. On Tuesday, she read 6 pages. She read 13 pages during the 2 days. How many pages did she read on Monday? Scarlete read _________ pages on Monday.

    HOMEWORK

    Name Date Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 1. Fatima has 12 colored pencils in her bag. She has 6 regular pencils, too. How many pencils does Fatima have? Fatima has ________ pencils.

    Monday

    Day 29, May 4, 2020

    Social Studies

    Changes in Technology and Transportation

    Objective:

    I can explain how inventions changed people’s lives over time.

    Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

    Vocabulary Words

    Invention: something that is made for the first time.

    Technology: is the use of science to solve problems.

    Communicate: share information with others

    Transportation:
    Is the way people move from place to place

    Activity:
    Make a list of things you can use that make your life easier.

    After completing the activity, students will complete work assigned on the computer by

    Logging in to Pearson Realize .

    Students can access the online text and materials by clicking on the link below. They log in with their Clever ID and Password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

       FRIDAY DAY 28 May 1, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    Charlotte’s WebLink Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audiobook)

    Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    Message:
    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? We survived another week of virtual learning! Today is a Make-Up- Day to complete any unfinished work in all subjects. This includes work for Miss Altman and Ms. Holmes. It also gives you time to get your minutes for iRead and iReady. The links are provided below.  If you struggled with a math problem you could watch the video again and try to do a problem on your own! Please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance!

    Go on iRead for 20 minutes. https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess Please send me a picture of you on the computer.

    Fun Activities

    Virtual Field Trip: Ocean

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2g9-nvBzEIA Read Aloud
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfv7TF9RHbY 5 Ocean Song

    http://www.aquariumofpacific.org/exhibits/tropical_pacific_gallery/webcam_tropical_reef Tropical Reef Aquarium WebCam

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkFK_2ci7g  How to Draw a fish

    Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    Write a Friendly Letter to me telling me about the best fun activity that you watched today. Give me some reasons to explain why it is the best. Please remember to include all the parts of a Friendly Letter: Date, Salutation, Body, Closing, and Signature (Name).

    IREADY/

    CLEVER - Clever IREADY Please send me a picture of you on the computer!

     Click on:

    Select your School -Clever

    Log in using your ID Username and  lunch number Password.

     

     DAY 27 Thursday, April 30, 2020 Classwork/Homework
    Listen to or read Chapter 3

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)
    Chapter 3 Assignment – Chapter  3 vocabulary words.

    Message Time Learning Target:

    I can identify the vocabulary words trough: Wilbur eats his food out of a trough “page 16

    escape: Wilbur escapes from the barn (page 19)

    Commotion: The cocker spaniel hears the commotion

    outside  of the barn and runs to join the chase (page 18)

    Hullabaloo: Wilbur was left “dazed and confused” by the hullabaloo caused  by his escape (page 22) in the message.

    Good Morning Smarties! How are you? Today we will be reading Chapter 3 of Charlotte’s Web. Wilbur lived in a very large barn that smelled of manure. Manure is animal dung used for fertilizing land. One day Wilbur  was bored as he walked to his trough to check for food. The goose encouraged Wilbur to escape from the barn to be free. There was a hullabaloo which dazed and frightened Wilbur. All the animals were screaming at him telling him what to do! Wilbur was too young to handle all this commotion!

    You can read the meanings and listen for these words as the book is being read. Tomorrow you will answer the RAP questions and use these words in your answer.Your special subject today is PE/Health with Mr. Dilworth.

    RAP Objective

    RL.1.1 I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story

      HOMEWORK

    RAP Question

    Did Wilbur want to escape? How do you know? (pages 17-24)

    CLASSWORK:

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

     Thursday 4/30

    I can use a tape diagram to organize my thinking and add labels and statements.

     Math Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.NBT.4

    Application Problem

    9 dogs were playing at the park. Some more dogs came to the park. Then, there were 11 dogs. How many more dogs came to the park? To support

    Concept Development

    https://youtu.be/gyR0rnED3aQ

    Name Date Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    16 strawberries are in a basket for Peter and Julio. Peter eats 8 of them. How many are there for Julio to eat? Julio has __________ strawberries to eat.

    1. 13 children are on the roller coaster. 3 adults are on the roller coaster. How many people are on the roller coaster? There are __________ people on the roller coaster

    EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. There were 6 turtles in the tank. Dad bought some more turtles. Now, there are 12 turtles. How many turtles did Dad buy? Dad bought __________ turtles.

    Science

    ACTIVITY: Today, we are going to dive deep into investigation 1! But first, we need a little background information. 

    Have you ever wondered why trees and plants grow in some places and not in the others? Why do some pieces of land have many trees, while some have almost none growing on them at all? Let us explore.

    In order to grow, plants need several things.The most important one is warmth. Just like we need the warmth of our parents love, the plants need the warmth of the sun. You must have seen that almost nothing grows in very cold places. Can you now guess why the North Pole and the South Pole have almost no vegetation?

    Plants need a good supply of water. A very few plants can survive with little or no water, e.g. cactus. Again that explains why dry deserts have no plants.

    Plants need soil to put down their roots firmly and grow. But, how do they grow on rocky mountains then? Well, a few plants that do grow on the rocky mountains find soil in the cracks of the rocks – and that is where they put in the roots. If the soil is too hard it is difficult for the plants to put in their roots, so most of the places the farmers have to loosen the soil by ploughing the field.

    Are these three things enough for the plants? No, they also need food before they can grow.

    Take the example of a sunny beach. The beach is warm; there is plenty of water and loose soil, still not many plants grow on the beach. Why? The beach soil has no food for the plants. Plants need to grow in places where other plants have died. These old plants get dried, and the wind and rain make a powder out of them. That powder is the plant food! Really!

    Have you heard of a special powder called fertilizer? It is that food that farmers put to make the soil ready for new plants to grow.

    “ What do plants need?”

    Vocabulary: plants, basic needs, roots, leaves, nutrients, air, sunlight, food  

    Watch the video: “What do Plants Need to Grow?” using the link below

    https://youtu.be/9nGrDl5_zrc 

    Then answer the questions.

    ASSIGNMENT: Answer the following questions:

    Thinking About What Do Plants Need?

    1. What are the basic needs of plants.
    2. What part of a plant takes up water?
    3. Where do nutrients come from?
    4. What part of a plant captures light?

    ASSESSMENT: Students will be assessed on completion of the assignment. 

    Complete

    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES FOR THE WEEK!

     

     DAY 26 Wednesday: April 29, 2020  Classwork/Homework

    Due Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020

    Wednesday: April 29, 2020

    Listen to or read Chapter 3

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)
    Chapter 3 Assignment – Chapter  3 vocabulary words.

    Message Time Learning Target:

    I can identify the vocabulary words trough: Wilbur eats his food out of a trough “page 16

    escape: Wilbur escapes from the barn (page 19)

    Commotion: The cocker spaniel hears the commotion

    outside  of the barn and runs to join the chase (page 18)

    Hullabaloo: Wilbur was left “dazed and confused” by the hullabaloo caused  by his escape (page 22) in the message.

    Good Morning Smarties! How are you? Today we will be reading Chapter 3 of Charlotte’s Web. Wilbur lived in a very large barn that smelled of manure. Manure is animal dung used for fertilizing land. One day Wilbur  was bored as he walked to his trough to check for food. The goose encouraged Wilbur to escape from the barn to be free. There was a hullabaloo which dazed and frightened Wilbur. All the animals were screaming at him telling him what to do! Wilbur was too young to handle all this commotion!

    You can read the meanings and listen for these words as the book is being read. Tomorrow you will answer the RAP questions and use these words in your

    answer. Your special subjects today are Dance with Miss Knox Computer with Ms. Raimondi.

    RAP Objective

    RL.1.1 I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story

     HOMEWORK

    RAP Question

    Did Wilbur want to escape? How do you know? (pages 17-24)

    CLASSWORK:

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    MATH

    Due Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020

    OBJECTIVE:

    I can use a tape diagram to organize my thinking.

    Standard Math 1.NBT.4

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. 9 dogs were playing at the park. Some more dogs came to the park. Then, there were 11 dogs. How many more dogs came to the park? __________ more dogs came to the park.

      Concept Development

    https://youtu.be/gyR0rnED3aQ

    HOMEWORK

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.  

    1. 16 strawberries are in a basket for Peter and Julio. Peter eats 8 of them. How many are there for Julio to eat? Julio has __________ strawberries to eat.
    2. 13 children are on the roller coaster. 3 adults are on the roller coaster. How many people are on the roller coaster? There are __________ people on the roller coaster.

     EXIT TICKET

    Name Date Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. There were 6 turtles in the tank. Dad bought some more turtles. Now, there are 12 turtles. How many turtles did Dad buy? Dad bought __________ turtles

     Social Studies

    Due Date: Wednesday April 29, 2020

    Objective: I can compare and contrast communities today and in the past.

    Social Studies Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

    Activity:

    Compare and contrast communities today and in the past. How are they alike. How are they different?

    After completing activity above students will complete work assigned on the computer by

    Logging in to Pearson Realize .

    Students can access the online text and materials by clicking on the link below.  If that does not work, try logging in through Clever. Students  log in with their Clever id and password.

    https://clever.com/oauth/sis/login?target=NTNkYTYzYzVlMDFmZjQyMjBkMDAxMjBl%3BNGM2M2MxY2Y2MjNkY2U4MmNhYWM%3D%3BaHR0cHM6Ly9jbGV2ZXIuY29tL2luL2F1dGhfY2FsbGJhY2s%3D%3BOTQ2OGI4YzZlZmJjNDk0MTIyNTdmOGFmZmM0YTdlNmU1NmU0Mjc3NTlkYmUzNDUwM2NmMTZkNDc5NWU5ODVkNg%3D%3D%3BY29kZQ%3D%3D%3B&skip=1&default_badge=

     

     DAY 25 Tuesday: April 28, 2020 Classwork/Homework

    Listen to or read Chapter 2

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    Chapter 2 Assignment – Chapter 2 vocabulary words.

    Infant: An infant is the more formal or specialized synonym for "baby", the very young offspring of a human.

    eeEnchanted:

    1.placed under a spell; bewitched.

    "an enchanted garden"

    1. filled with delight; charmed.

    "the orchestra played classical favorites to an enchanted audience"

    Amused: adjective

    adjective: 

    amused

    finding something funny or entertaining.

    "people looked on with amused curiosity"

    Message Time Learning Target:

    I can independently identify the vocabulary words infant amused and enchanted in the message.

    Good Morning Scholars! How are you?  Are you ready to learn and work hard? Today we will be reading Chapter 2.  In Chapter 2 Fern was enchanted with Wilbur and treated him like an infant. Were you amused by the ways Fern treated Wilbur?You can read the meanings and listen for these words as the book is being read. Tomorrow you will answer the RAP questions and use these words in your answer. Your special subject today is Health with Mr. Dilworth

    RAP Objective

     I can identify words and phrases from a text that relate to my feelings and senses (RL.1.4)

     HOMEWORK

    RAP Question

     How did Fern feel about Wilbur?

    Try to use the vocabulary words in your answer and a quote from the text. For example, "Fern loved Wilbur more than anything." (page 8)

    CLASSWORK:

    I can independentlywrite a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    MATH

    iReady MATH LESSON

     INSTRUCTION VIDEO IS IN CLASS STORY IN CLASS DOJO!!!

     Science

    Lesson 1- (classwork/participation grade)

     ACTIVITY: Today, we will begin our last module, Animal and Plants. Just like any way we would start when introducing a new topic, we will take an assessment ( NOT GRADED) to see what you might remember from kindergarten or what you already know! 

    ASSIGNMENT: Complete the PRE-TEST for Module 3: Animals and Plants

    ASSESSMENT: Students will be assessed on completion of the assignment. 

    ASSIGNMENT WILL BE POSTED IN CLASS STORY IN CLASS DOJO

    Classwork/Homework

    April 27, 2020

    Due Date: April 28, 2020
     Listen to or read Chapter 2 of Charlotte’s Web Link provided below

    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    Chapter 2 Assignment – Chapter 2 vocabulary words.

    Infant: An infant is the more formal or specialized synonym for "baby", the very young offspring of a human.

    Enchanted:

    1.placed under a spell; bewitched.

    "an enchanted garden"filled with delight; charmed.

    "the orchestra played classical favorites to an enchanted audience"

    Amused: adjective

    amused

    finding something funny or entertaining.

    "people looked on with amused curiosity"

    Message Time Learning Target:

    I can identify the vocabulary words infant amused and enchanted in the message.

    Good Morning Scholars! How are you? Did you have a great weekend?  Are you ready to work hard this week? Today we will be reading Chapter 2. In Chapter 2 Fern was enchanted with Wilbur and treated him like an infant. Were you amused by the ways Fern treated Wilbur and how she feels about him? You can read the meanings and listen for these words as the book is being read. Tomorrow you will answer the RAP questions and use these words in your answer. Your specials today are Dance with Miss Knox and Computer with Ms. Raimondi.

    RAP Objective

     I can identify words and phrases from a text that relate to my feelings and senses (RL.1.4)

    HOMEWORK

    RAP

    Question

    How did Fern feel about Wilbur?

    Try to use the vocabulary words in your answer and a quote from the text. For example, "Fern loved Wilbur more than anything." (page 8)

    CLASSWORK:

    Write a sentence using each vocabulary word. Draw a picture.

    MATH iReady Lesson

    MATH

    Module 4 Lesson 19

    Due Date: April 29, 2020

    Objective

    I can use a tape diagram to organize my thinking.

    What is a tape diagram?

    A tape diagram is an organizing tool similar to a number bond. The two parts go into a box

    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Read the word problem.Draw a tape diagram and label.Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    1.   Lee saw 6 squashes and 7 pumpkins growing in his garden.  How many vegetables did he see growing in his garden?

      Lee saw __________ vegetables

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOuX4cV6g3Y&list=PL7HCvHr8hotyfWO8lipWSRgSUBeaT2Sts&index=18

    https://youtu.be/RdOmjbElU8g

    HOMEWORK

    *Write the missing number.- Fluency

    1, 6 + 1 = ______

     2,16 + 1 = ___

    3. 26 + 1 = ___

    4. 5 + 2 = ___

    5. 15 + 2 = ____

    6. 25 + 2 = ____

    7. 5 + 3 = ____

    8. 15 + 3 = ____

    9. 25 + 3 = _____

    10. 4 + 4 = ____

     https://youtu.be/RdOmjbElU8g

    EXIT TICKET

    April ECR

    Part B

    Mario thinks 32 is greater than 19. Is he correct? Draw and write about tens and ones to explain your thinking.

    Explain your thinking  with objects, words, pictures, or numbers.

    Part A

    Boom says that his cubes show more. Do you agree?

    Why or Why not?

    Bz 1             Bm 2

    B

    Explain your thinking  with objects, words, pictures or numbers.

    Social Studies

    Due Date: April 27, 2020

    Objective: I can compare and contrast life in schools today and in the past.

    Social Studies Standard: 6.1.4.A.9

    Technology Standard:

    8.1.2.A.4

    Vocabulary words:

    History: when we look at past generation: is a group of people who are about the same age

    Century: there are about two generations in one century

    Decade: means ten years

    Activity:  Make a T chart and write the words Kindergarten and first grade. Think back to kindergarten. Compare and contrast kindergarten and first grade. How are they alike, how are they different. Students will complete work assigned on the computer by

    Logging in to Pearson Realize .

    Students can access the online text and materials by clicking on the link below.  They log in with their Clever id and password.

     https://sso.rumba.pearsoncmg.com/sso/login?profile=eb&service=https://k12integrations.pearsoncmg.com/ca/dashboard.htm&EBTenant=OTSD-NJ

     

    Friday: April 24, 2020 DAY 23 Classwork/Homework MAKE-UP-DAY
    ELA and MATH DAY 23

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

     Message:

    Good Morning scholars! How are you today? We survived the first week back in school! Today is a Make -Up- Day to complete any unfinished work in all subjects. This includes work for Miss Altman and Ms. Holmes. It also gives you time to get your minutes for iRead and iReady. The links are provided below. Next week Tuesday, there will be a very important math assessment. Therefore, you might not be able to get your math minutes. If you struggled with a math problem you could watch the video again and try to do a problem on your own! Please try to get your work to me on time for the day’s attendance!

     Go on IREAD for 20 minutes. https://h100002020.education.scholastic.com/slms/studentaccess

    IREADY/

    CLEVER - Clever IREADY

     Click on:

    Select your School -Clever

    Log in using your lunch number.

    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES

    Science

    I can identify important facts about spiders.

    Learn some interesting facts about spiders by watching the video using the link provided

    https://youtu.be/IRZcbeCSoYQ

     In your notebook, list some interesting facts you learned about spiders. Draw a picture.

     What’s the difference between an insect and a spider?

     THURSDAY APRIL 23, 2020 DAY 22 CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

    ELA DAY 22

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)
    Thursday April 23, 2020
    Message Time Objective: I can identify digraphs sh,(share,)ch (cheer), wh (what, why). Message:

    Good Morning beautiful children! How are you today?   In order to understand a story we need to have background knowledge. This story is about friendship. What makes a friend? How would you describe a friend?Why do we need friends? Every

    body needs friends. You can feel very sad and lonely if you don't have someone to play with and be with - it happens to everybody sometimes.

    Friends share and offer words of cheer,

     Animals and people sometimes become friends like Fern and Wilbur became friends.

    RAP Objective: 

      I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    Answer the RAP question after Reading Chapter 1 in the book and

    watching the video

    https://youtu.be/4AsrTuWD7LQ

     RAP

    Question

    Fern quickly fell in love with her pig. Name one activity that Fern and her pig did together.

    Small Group

    I can write sentences using the words share,cheer, that, what, why. You may add a picture!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbmNTWPHG50&feature=youtu.be

     Thursday 4/23

    I can use a tape diagram to organize my thinking and add labels and statements.

     Math Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.NBT.4

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    9 dogs were playing at the park. Some more dogs came to the park. Then, there were 11 dogs. How many more dogs came to the park? To support

    Concept Development

    https://youtu.be/gyR0rnED3aQ

    Name Date Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

    16 strawberries are in a basket for Peter and Julio. Peter eats 8 of them. How many are there for Julio to eat? Julio has __________ strawberries to eat.

    1. 13 children are on the roller coaster. 3 adults are on the roller coaster. How many people are on the roller coaster? There are __________ people on the roller coaster

    EXIT TICKET

    Read the word problem. Draw a tape diagram and label. Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story. There were 6 turtles in the tank. Dad bought some more turtles. Now, there are 12 turtles. How many turtles did Dad buy? Dad bought __________ turtles.

    Complete

    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES FOR THE WEEK!

    SCIENCE 4/23/2020

    I can identify important facts about spiders.

    Learn some interesting facts about spiders by watching the video using the link provided

    https://youtu.be/IRZcbeCSoYQ

     In your notebook, list some interesting facts you learned about spiders. Draw a picture.

     What’s the difference between an insect and a spider?

     

    Wednesday April 22, 2020 DAY 21 Classwork/Homework
    ELA DAY 21

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    Message Time Objective: I can identify digraphs sh,(share,)ch (cheer), wh (what, why). Message:

    Good Morning beautiful children! How are you today?   In order to understand a story we need to have background knowledge. This story is about friendship. What makes a friend? How would you describe a friend?Why do we need friends? Every body needs friends. You can feel very sad and lonely if you don't have someone to play with and be with - it happens to everybody sometimes. Friends share and offer words of cheer. Animals and people sometimes become friends like Fern and Wilbur became friends.

    RAP Objective: 

      I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story (RL.1.1)

    Answer the question after

    watching the video of chapter 1

    https://youtu.be/4AsrTuWD7LQ

    RAP

    Question

    How does Fern show she is a friend to Wilbur?

    Small Group

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbmNTWPHG50&feature=youtu.be

    Wednesday: 4/22

     I can use a tape diagram to organize my thinking.

    What is a tape diagram?

    A tape diagram is an organizing tool similar to a number bond. The two parts go into a box

    Standard Math 1.NBT.4

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

     6 adults and 12 children were swimming in the lake. How many people were swimming in the lake?

    Concept Development

    https://youtu.be/WOuX4cV6g3Y

    HOMEWORK

     Problem 6: Rose has a vase with 13 flowers. She puts 7 more flowers in the vase. How many flowers are in the vase?

    Count by 10s: Use your hundreds Chart!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftati8iGQcs

    EXIT TICKET

    Solve

    17 + 5___ =--

    using quick tens, the arrow way, or number bonds. Write sentences to explain why you chose to solve the way you did

    Social Studies

    I can identify and describe time and relationships.

    Write the words Day and Night. List some things you do in the “Day” and some things you do in the night. Add illustrations!

     

     

     DAY 20  Classwork/Homework April 21, 2020

    ELA DAY 20 

    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    Tuesday April 21, 2020
    Message Time Objective: I can identify the setting of the story.

    setting is where a story or event takes place. Authors can describe a setting to include geographic location, time, weather, and environmentA setting is important because it is a narrative element that helps the actions or events of a story take place.

    Message:

    Good Morning beautiful children! How are you today?  The story Charlotte’s Web is fiction. This means it was created from the author’s imagination. Although the author a man named E. B. White lived close to a city in New York, his family owned a farm in the country in Maine that he would visit every summer as a child. He even had a pet goose named Felicity.When he became an adult, he moved to the farm permanently, because he loved the country. What does setting mean?The setting of the story of Charlotte’s Web is a farm in the northeastern part of the United States, just like the one where White spent many of his days. This story is known as a classic because it is of high quality and has endured throughout the years. 

     

    Homework:

    What is the setting of the story?Explain using words and pictures.
    RAP Objective: 

     I can use details to describe the characters and setting or a story (RL.1.3)

    Assessment (Exit Ticket)

    What is the setting of a story you read yesterday or today? Explain using words and pictures.

    iRead 15 minutes

    Small Group

    I can identify digraphs, their letters and sounds.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbmNTWPHG50&feature=youtu.be

    Write 5 words with the digraph sh at the beginning of a word. Write 5 words beginning with the digraph wh.

    Tuesday 4/21-

    Module 4 Lesson 17

    I can add ones and ones or tens and tens.

    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Use the ReadDrawWrite process to solve the problems you did not solve yesterday.

    1. Yesid had 7 fish. He bought 4 fish at the store. How many fish does  Yesid have?
    2. Yaselin had 7 fish in her tank this morning. She bought some more fish, and now she has 9. How many did she buy?
    3. Matthew had 8 fish. Some of the fish died, and now Matthew has 4 fish. How many fish died?

    Concept Development:

    https://youtu.be/RdOmjbElU8g

    Homework

    Solve the problems by drawing quick tens and ones or a number bond.

    1. 13 + 20 = __
    2. 10 + 23 = ___
    3. 23 + 6 =____
    4. 28 + 6=___

    EXIT TICKET

    Find the totals using quick ten drawings or number bonds:

           1. 16 + 7  = ____

    1. 26 + 7 = ____
    2. 23 + 7 = ____
    3. 33 + 7 = ____

     SCIENCE

    Charlotte’s Web is about a pig named Wilbur who lives on a farm. Let’s build some background Knowledge. Watch the video using the link provided and answer the questions.

    Link

    https://youtu.be/Na_1ZDK6QyY

    Assessment (Exit Ticket)

    Have you ever met a pig in person?

    Do you think a pig will make a good pet? Give some facts to support your opinion.

     

      

    Monday April 20, 2020 DAY 19 Classwork/Homework

    ELA 
    Charlotte’s Web Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    The Message is to reinforce the skills we are working on each day, as well as help students to improve their reading fluency. Students are not required to write the message!!!
    Message Time Objective: I can identify the setting of the story.
    A setting is where a story or event takes place. Authors can describe a setting to include geographic location, time, weather, and environment.
    A setting is important because it is a narrative element that helps the actions or events of a story take place.
    Message:
    Good Morning beautiful children! How are you today? I missed you so much last week! Did you have a fantastic Spring Break? I hope you did! We are ready to start learning many new and interesting things. The story Charlotte’s Web is fiction. This means it was created from the author’s imagination. Although the author a man named E. B. White lived close to a city in New York, his family owned a farm in the country in Maine that he would visit every summer as a child. He even had a pet goose named Felicity. When he became an adult, he moved to the farm permanently, because he loved the country. The setting of the story of Charlotte’s Web is a farm in the northeastern part of the United States, just like the one where White spent many of his days. This story is known as a classic because it is of high quality and has endured throughout the years.
    Small Group
    I can identify digraphs, their letters and sounds.
    Please watch the Heggerty video to learn about digraphs using the link provided below.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbmNTWPHG50&feature=youtu.be

    RAP Objective:
    I can use details to describe the characters and setting or a story (RL.1.3)

    Homework:

    What is the setting of the story?Explain using words and pictures.
    RAP Objective: 

    Assessment (Exit Ticket): Teacher will be looking for all components of the assessment to be completed. Students will be graded on theit ability to answer all parts of the question, and using details from the story to support their thoughts. 

     

    MATH: Monday 4/20/2020
    Module 4 Lesson 17
    I can add ones and ones or tens and tens.
    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6, 1.NBT.4
    APPLICATION PROBLEM
    Use the ReadDrawWrite process to solve only one of the problems.
    Yesid had 7 fish. He bought 4 fish at the store. How many fish does Yesid have?
    Yaselin had 7 fish in her tank this morning. She bought some more fish, and now she has 9. How many did she buy?
    Matthew had 8 fish. Some of the fish died, and now Matthew has 4 fish. How many fish died?
    Concept Development:
    https://youtu.be/RdOmjbElU8g
    Homework
    Solve the problems by drawing quick tens and ones or a number bond.
    25 + 1 = ____
    25 + 10 = ___
    15 + 4 = ___
    15 + 20 = __
    EXIT TICKET
    Find the totals using quick ten drawings or number bonds:
    1 17 + 8 = ____
    28 + 7 = ____
    24 + 10 = ____
    19 + 20 = ____

    iReady Math 15 minutes

    Social Studies
    Objective: I can identify the vocabulary words Present, Past, and Future.

    Talking About Time

    The present is today.
    The past is what happened before. Then tells about the past. The future is what will happen later. Tomorrow tells about the future.
    Draw and write about something you are doing today (present), something you did in the past, and something you hope to do in the future. Label your pictures!

     

     

     

    THURSDAY DAY 18 Classwork/Homework
    Thursday: April 9, 2020 Charlotte’s Web: Chapter 2 Link Provided below

    Link Provided below
    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgsD-xdJdoM (audio book)

    Message Time Objective: I can identify the  high frequency  words baby, follow, learning, also in the message.

    Good morning scholars? Today we will be learning about Wilbur and how Fern treats him as an infant or baby. It’s very important to follow directions! I am going to help you to answer the RAP Question by listing some of the things Fern did to treat Wilbur as if he were an infant.

    • She loved to stroke him, to feed him, to put him to bed.
    • Every morning, as soon as she got up, she warmed his milk tied his bib on, and held the bottle for him” (pg. 8).
    • Also, she fed him when she got home from school, at suppertime, and before bed (pg. 8).
    • She watched Wilbur sleep and felt relieved that “her baby would sleep covered up, and would stay warm” (pg. 9).
    • She would take Wilbur on walks in her doll carriage (pg. 10).

    RAP Objective

    I can retell a story and include important details (RL.1.2)

    RAP Question:

    CHAPTER 2:    “Wilbur” (pages 8-12)

    In what ways did Fern treat Wilbur as if he were her infant?

    THURSDAY  APRIL 9, 2020

    Math Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.NBT.4

    Math ECR

    I can complete my March ECR Problem all by myself!  Do your best work and all by yourself!

    Part A

    There were some cookies on the table. Kim ate 3 cookies and now there are 7. How many cookies were there before Kim ate the cookies?

    Explain your thinking with objects, words, pictures, or numbers.

     Part B

     46+36=

    Explain your thinking with objects, words, pictures, or numbers.

    Complete any work that needs to be Completed

    I-READY MATH MINUTES GOAL 45 MINUTES FOR THE WEEK!

    SCIENCE THURSDAY APRIL 9, 2020

    Please complete the Science Assessment Attached as a PDF file!Lighthouseand shadowpdf

     

    Wednesday DAY 17 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 17 Wednesday: April 8, 2020 Charlotte’s Web:

    Chapter 1 

    Link Provided below

    https://cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Charlotte_s_Web_.pdf

    Tuesday April 8, 2020

    Message Time Objective: I can identify the vocabulary words

     sobbed, injustice, miserable in the message.

     Message  

    Good morning scholars! Are you ready to listen to a new story today titled Charlotte's Web. This story is an example of how injustice can make your life miserable. Wilbur, a farm pig, is saved as a little runt by an adoring young girl, Fern. Fern takes great care of her beloved Wilbur, but as she grows up she spends less and less time with Wilbur. Wilbur grows lonely and sobbed sometimes, until he meets a spider named Charlotte. Charlotte becomes Wilbur's best friend in the world and ultimately saves his life.

    RAP Objective: I can ask and answer questions about key details in a text (RI.1.1)

    RAP Question:

    What did Fern talk her father out of doing? How did she convince him?

    Convince means to persuade someone to do something.

    Where to find key vocabulary words in the chapter of the book.

    Sobbed: Fern sobbed when she learns her father plans to kill Wilbur.(page 2)

    Injustice: Fern thinks it is an injustice that her father would kill baby Wilbur. (page 3)

    Miserable: Avery calls Wilbur a “miserable little thing. (page 4)

    HOMEWORK

    Write the meaning of the words  sobbed, injustice, miserable.

    Wednesday! 4/8

     Tens and Ones Ages! Family Project!

    I can understand that a two-digit number is represented by tens and ones.

    Standard Math 1.NBT.B.2

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Jhostin finds 10 pink eggs, 4 blue eggs, and 8 yellow eggs during his backyard Easter egg hunt. How many eggs does he find in all? Use the Read, Draw, Write strategy.

    Count by 10s: Use your hundreds Chart!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftati8iGQcs

    EXIT TICKET:

    Today Ask everyone in your home their Age then right the number (their age) and then write it in ___tens and ___ones form.  So in my house:

    Nicolas is 14 = 1 ten and 4 ones

    Joseph is 11 = 1 ten and 1 one

    Michael is 8= 0 ten and 8 ones

    Have FUN!!!!  Looking forward to seeing all of the ages in your home!

     SOCIAL STUDIES

    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2020

    Social Studies

    What is a calendar? How is a calendar similar to a clock? Explain using words and pictures.

     

     MONDAY APRIL 6, 2020 DAY 15
    DAY 15 Classwork/Homework
    ELA DAY 15 Monday: April 6, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below
    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN
    Monday April 6, 2020
    The Message is to reinforce the skills we are working on each day, as well as help students to improve their reading fluency. Students are not required to write the message!!!
    Message Time Objective: I can identify long e words be, need, eat, seed in the message.
    Good Morning scholars! How was your weekend? I hope you spent time with your family, and had some good food to eat. We start a new week and will finish Eat Like A Bear tomorrow. Will you be ready to do your culminating task. You need to listen to the story one more time.
    Homework: Copy the long e words in your notebook.
    Challenge: Write a sentence using each word.
    RAP Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question:On page 23, Preparing means getting ready for something. What is the bear getting ready for? How has she prepared?
    MONDAY
    Monday 4/6- Partners to 10
    I can practice fluency for addition within 10.
    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

    APPLICATION PROBLEM
    Christopher dyes 8 eggs for Easter, while his friend Francisco dyes 2 eggs. How many Easter eggs do the boys dye all together? Solve using two different strategies.

    MONDAY MATH APRIL 6, 2020
    Play the game: number partners to 10!
    Click on the link to learn how to play: See how quick you can guess the missing partner to 10!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDMSfd6TNuc

    EXIT TICKET
    Complete the Problems. Use number bonds to solve the problems.

    10 - 1 = ______

    ? = 10 -?

    10 = ? + 4

    10 = 4 + ?

    10 - 4 = ?

    10 - 6 = ?

    SOCIAL STUDIES APRIL 6, 2020

    A clock helps us tell time. Clocks show the time of day and night. Some clocks have hands to show the minutes and hours. Other clocks use numbers,

    Draw a picture of a clock. Show what tine it is now.

    Tuesday April 7, 2020 DAY 16 Classwork/Homework
    ELA DAY 16 Tuesday: April 7, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below
    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN
    Tuesday April 7, 2020

    Message Time Objective: I can identify the spicy verbs unearth, bounding, thrashes and nibble in the message.

    Good morning scholars.? Do you want to learn something exciting? We have mild, medium, and spicy verbs. Some examples are unearth, thrashes, bashes, and nibbles, Let’s explore some of the spicy words used in Eat Like A Bear. The author wrote, “Search mountain meadows. Unearth roots. The bear finds a pinecone stash, to nibble on pinecones. An elk calf has strayed from its herd. Press paws. Give chase! Body bounding, race!   
    RAP Objective: I can ask and answer questions about key details in a text (RI.1.1)

    RAP Question:

    Write/draw about one kind of food the bear eats and how they gather that food, including where and when they gather that food. Use at least one spicy word or interesting verb in your answer.

    Tuesday: 4/7  Facts I KNOW!

    I can add and subtract within 10.

    Standard Math- 1.OA.C.6

     Fluency Practice counting on your hundreds chart!

    APPLICATION PROBLEM

    Scarlete’s mom gives her 10 chocolates for Easter. If she gives 2 chocolates to her twin sister, and 2 chocolates to her biggest sister, how many chocolates does she have left? Solve using two different strategies.

    Count by 2s

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

     Have Fun With Facts!  

    EXIT TICKET

    Write the numbers counting by 2! Write as many as you can!

    SCIENCE

    Dear families,

    There is going to be a special live science show done by someone named Mystery Doug Tuesday, April 7th. He's a science educator kids love. I'd love for you to help your child watch this. All you need to do is open this website link:

     https://mysteryscience.com/live

     The show will be about 20 minutes long and will start at:

     10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET

    Tuesday, April 7

    P.S. Can’t make it live? View the recording at mysteryscience.com/live after the event

     

     

      MONDAY: DAY 10 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 10 Monday: March 30, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below

    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

     Monday March 30, 2020

    Write the words on index card or paper and hang up in your room to practice reading your vocabulary words everyday! The Message is to reinforce the skills we are working on each day, as well as help students to improve their reading fluency. Students are not required to write the message!!!

    Hollow, forage, strayed, bare, barely

    Message Time Objective: I can identify the vocabulary words forage, strayed and hollow in the message:

    The book Eat Like a Bear follows a grizzly bear’s eating habits throughout the year. It starts in spring asking a question that is repeated throughout the story, “Find food. But where?” Another question is asked, “Can you forage like a bear? In the story an elk calf has strayed from its herd. The bear gives chase.The bear finds a variety of food from bison to berries. She uses different techniques to hunt or gather each of the different food types. As the book comes to an end the bear is preparing for the snow and to live through winter. The author wrote, “Hollow out a den____ the home you need.”

    Homework: Copy the definition for each vocabulary word. 

    Hollow means deeply indented or sunken in.

    Forage means to search widely for food.

    Strayed means to move aimlessly from group.

    Bare means not covered.                                                                         

    RAP Objective: I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2).    

    Reading:  I can listen to a text about Bears. 

    Click on the link and listen to learn about bears and hibernation. 

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54CDgurNMSI 

    What is hibernation? 

    Hibernation is __________________________________________. 

    Tell 2 facts you learned about bears. 

    I learned ________________________________________________. 

    Math Day 10 March 30, 2020  Module 4 Lesson 12

    Objective:I can add and subtract tens from a multiple of 10.
    STANDARD:
    1.NBT.4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit…
    Link for Module 4 Lesson 12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DooUaXeZlv0
    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem
    Jhostin dyes 12 eggs for Easter, while his friend Francisco dyes 6 eggs. How many Easter eggs do the boys dye together?

    Concept Development https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DooUaXeZlv0
    Complete Exit Ticket:

    Draw using quick tens and ones.  Complete the number bond and the number sentence.

    5.     1  7      +    1  0

     

      ___ + ____ = ____                                            

     6.  19 + ____ = 39.

     Use arrow notation to solve.

    7. 19+10>_______

    8, 9 + 30 >____

     

    9. ____+10 >38

    10._____+20 >31

     

     

    1. ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *SEND A PICTURE TO ME ON CLASS DOJO

    3/30 Monday Social Studies

    Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICcwbmDmit0

    Draw a picture of long ago and answer the questions.  Where would you live? What would you look like? How would you get food? Were you free? What year would you live in?

     Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

    TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2020  DAY 11 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 11 Tuesday: March 31, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below

    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    Tuesday March 31, 2020

    Eat Like A Bear

    High Frequency Words: first, food, ground, right, sometimes, these, under, your, play, may,

    Write each high frequency word on an index card or piece of paper, hang them up in your room and practice them everyday!

    Message Time Learning Target: I can identify the high frequency words  under, these, play, and your in the message. Write the high frequency words in your notebook and draw a box around each word. Challenge: Use each word in a sentence.

    Good Morning scholars! How are you today?  I love you and miss you all so much! I hope you are doing well under these challenging circumstances. Sometimes, I feel so sad when I picture your smiling faces. Please remember, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Therefore, work hard but please take time to relax and enjoy time with your family!

    Enjoy and listen to the READ ALOUD Click on the link below:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    RAP Objective:  I can ask and answer questions about key details in a text (RI.1.1)

    Question: Read page 3: What two things is the bear looking for near the stream? How do we know both of those things are not there? Write the answer in your notebook.

     Math Day 11 March 31, 2020  Module 4 Lesson 13

    PLEASE COMPLETE MARCH ECR ON CLASS STORY

    STANDARD:

    1.NBT.4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1.Application Problem: *Read, draw, write* Don’t forget to write a number sentence and a statement!

    1. Rosaiselahas 14 stickers. She buys another 6 stickers. How many stickers does she have now?
    2. Ms. Holmes bought some apples. Her family ate 5 apples. She gave the remaining 4 apples to her friend. How many apples did she buy in the beginning?

    Concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diVrMoECgdE

    Exit ticket: Use place value charts (Tens and Ones) to show the answers.

    1. 26 + 4= _________         10. 24 + 6 = ____________

    Draw quick tens, ones, and number bonds to solve.  Complete the place value chart. 

    1. Solve.  You may draw quick tens and ones or number bonds to help.
    2.  22 + 7 = _____ b.  22 + 8 = _____ c.  32 + 8 = _____

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *TAKE A PICTURE AND SEND IT TO ME AT CLASS DOJO! 

    Science Tuesday March 31, 2020

    Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3_n3Ibfn1c

    Activity: What can be seen with no light? Get to a dark room in the house what things can you still see?

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

    WEDNESDAY: DAY 12 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 12 Wednesday: April 1, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below

    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    Wednesday April 1, 2020

    Eat Like A Bear

    Message Time Learning Target

    I can identify Vowel Pairs (ee, ea) read, bear, feet, and tree in the message.

    Good Morning scholars! Today we will listen to the read aloud Eat Like a Bear for the third time. We will be learning about long e words with ee, and ea. What sound does long e make? Practice saying the sound. Can you prepare like a bear by gathering branches and leaves from a tree? What will you wear on your feet as you dig in and dig out?

    Write the vowel pairs in the message. Challenge: Write a sentence using each word.

    Enjoy and listen to the READ ALOUD Click on the link below:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    RAP Objective:  I can ask and answer questions to help me understand words or phrases in a non-fiction book. (RI.1.4)

    Homophone is a word that sounds the same as another but has a different meaning and often a different spelling. In the sentence, "I've been feeling weak for almost a week," the words, "weak" and "week" are homophones.

    Question: We hear the word “bear” twice, but it is spelled differently and has different meanings. What are the two meanings of “bear/bare”?

    Write the answer in your notebook.

     Math Day 13  Wednesday, April 1, 2020  Module 4 Lesson 14

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit…

    Conceptdevelopment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    24 red apples and 8 green apples are on the table. How many apples are on the table? Solve using two different strategies.

    Concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ\

    EXIT TICKET

    Use the pictures or draw quick tens and ones.  Complete the number sentence and place value chart.

     

    1.   15 + 3 = _____

     

     

     

     

    2.  15 + 5 = _____

     

     

     

     

     

    3.  15 + 6 = _____

     

     

     

     

     

                      

    4. 28 + 2 = _____

    5  28 + 4 = _____

    6.  28 + 7 = _____

    7. 17 + 3 = _____

    8. 17 + 7 = _____

    9.  27 + 7 = _____

     

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *SEND A PICTURE TO ME AT CLASS DOJO.

    Social Studies Lesson

    4/1 Wednesday, April 1, 2020 

    Watch the Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Z-K-HCBQ6s

    The one room schoolhouse was interesting right? How is your virtual learning area the same or different? Send me a picture of you in your present “school” space.

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

    THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2020 DAY 13 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 13 Thursday: April 2, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below

    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    Thursday April 2, 2020

    Eat Like A Bear

    High Frequency Words: about, by, car, could, don’t, maybe, sure, there, these, keep, way

    Message Time Learning Target

    I can identify the high frequency words: about, could, maybe, keep, and by in the message.

    Good morning scholars! How is everyone doing today? I hope you are all doing well and staying safe. Could you please post a picture to share information about a book that you are reading? Maybe it’s a book that I read when I was growing up. Children please keep on doing your best by doing your work every day. I love you and miss you very much!

    Write the high frequency words about, could, maybe, keep, by in your notebook. Challenge: write sentences using these words.

    Enjoy and listen to the READ ALOUD Click on the link below:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    RAP Objective:  I can use illustrations to describe key details in a book  (RI.1.7).

     Question: Read page 4&5 using the illustrations answer the questions:

    Where did the bear find the bison?

    What weather conditions are preventing the bear from finding food? Write the answer in your notebook.

     Math Day 13  Thursday, April 2, 2020  Module 4 Lesson 15
    Thursday April 2 2020- Module 4 Lesson 15

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    Read, draw, and write (RDW) to solve one or more of the problems.

    1. Yesid had a linking cube train of 9 He added 5cubes to the train.  How many cubes are in his linking cube train?
    2. Yesid made another train of linking cubes. He started with 8cubes and added some more cubes until his train was
      16 cubes long.  How many cubes did Yesid add?
    3. Yesid made one more train of linking cubes.  It was made of 12 linking cubes.  He took some cubes off, and histrain became 4 linking cubes long.  How many cubes did Yesid take off?

    concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket:

    Use the first number sentence in each set to help you solve the other problems.

    8.

    a.  5 + 2 = ____

    b.  15 + 2 = ____

    c.  25 + 2 = ____

    d.  35 + 2 = ____

    9.

    a.  5 + 5 = ____

    b.  15 + 5 = ____

    c.  25 + 5 = ____

    d.  35 + 5 = ____

    10.

    a.  2 + 7 = ____

    b.  12 + 7 = ____

    c.  22 + 7 = ____

    11.

    a.  7 + 4 = ____

    b.  17 + 4 = ____

    c.  27 + 4 = ____

    12.

    a.  8 + 7 = ____

    b.  18 + 7 = ____

    c.  28 + 7 = ____

    13.

    a.  3 + 9 = ____

    b.  13 + 9 = ____

    c.  23 + 9 = ____

    Solve the problems.  Show the 1-digit addition sentence that helped you solve.

    1. 24 + 5 = _____ ___________________________
    2. 24 + 7 = _____ ___________________________

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *TAKE A PICTURE AND SEND IT TO ME IN CLASS DOJO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 13: Follow the day by day directions to further practice operations and algebraic thinking, numbers and operations in base 10, measurement and data, and geometry standards.

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *SEND A PICTURE TO ME AT CLASS DOJO.

    Science Lesson

    Thursday Science April 2, 2020

    Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er0lHlXVCIE

    Can you make your own message with light and sound with objects from around the house? What does your message mean? Make a video and send!

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

    FRIDAY DAY 14 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 14 Friday: April 3, 2020 Eat Like a Bear Link Provided below

    Eat Like a BearEat Like a Bear

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    Friday April 3, 2020

    Eat Like A Bear

    Message Time Learning Target

    I can identify the verbs eat, awakes, claws, bounds in the message.

    What are verbs? Verbs are action words. Eat Like a bear is rich with verbs from the beginning of the story to the end. The book begins with the question, “Can you eat like a bear? It tells us that the bear awakes in April. Also, in April the bear claws the melting snow to unearth the frozen bison. In June, the bear bounds after an elk calf in the forest.

    Write the verbs  eat, awakes, claws, bounds

    in your notebook. Challenge: write sentences using these words.

    Enjoy and listen to the READ ALOUD Click on the link below:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/188dnoA8AsxFf5ZvjRHEYnF1_W7xyNqpN

    RAP Objective:   I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2).

     Question: Page 14

    Was the fish easy for the bear to catch? What words does the author use to help us understand this was a challenging task?

    Write the answer in your notebook.

    Math Day 14  Friday, April 3, 2020  Module 4 Lesson 16
    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. There are 14 apples in a basket. Mr. Wesley puts 5 more apples into the basket. How many apples are in the basket now?
    2. There are 18 students in a classroom. 6 of them are girls. How many boys are there?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

     EXIT TICKET

    Name       Date  

    Draw quick tens and ones to help you solve the addition problems.

    1. 17 + 2                        2. 17 + 3 

     

    3. 14 + 3                        4. 24 + 10

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *SEND ME A PICTURE ON CLASS DOJO!

    PACKET WORK: DAY 14 MATH

    Science Lesson

    Friday Science April 3, 2020

    Tell me how your week was.

    Write a letter to one of your classmates.

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

     

    DAY 6 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 6 March 24, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    *  I can use details to describe the characters and setting or a story (RL.1.3)

    RAP Question

     "Who does the earth say is in her big family?"(Between Two Worlds pages 7-8)

    Complete Day 6 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Greedy Fawn Makes the Mush

    Describing Characters

     Math Day 6 March 24, 2020

    Tuesday 3/24/2020- Module 4 Lesson 13

    STANDARD:

    1.NBT.4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1.Application Problem: *Read, draw, write*

    1. Scarlete had a linking cube train with 4 blue cubes and 2 red cubes. How many cubes were in her train?
    2. Scarlete made another train with 6 yellow cubes and some green cubes. The train was made of 9 linking cubes. How many green cubes did she use?
    3. Scarlete wants to make her train of 9 linking cubes into a train with 15 cubes. How many cubes does Scarlete need?

    Concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diVrMoECgdE

    Exit ticket:

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    Science Lesson

    3/24: Science Tuesday

    Day 5 Science Write a sentence to explain the meaning of the words:

     Transparent _______________________________________________. 

    Translucent ________________________________________________ .

    Opaque ___________________________________________________.

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

     DAY 7 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 7 Wednesday: March 25, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can use details while describing the major events in a story (RL.1.3)

    RAP Question

    Earth Song p.9-10)

    What is happening that is making the animals worried?

    Complete Day 7 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    Wednesday 3/25/2020- Module 4 Lesson 14

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit…

    Concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    See Eureka Module 4 Tips For Parents For Help

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Katherinehad a linking cube train of 7 cubes. She added 4 cubes to the train. How many cubes are in her linking cube train?
    2. Katherinemade another train of linking cubes. She started with 7 cubes and added some more cubes until her train was 9 cubes long. How many cubes did Katherineadd?
    3. Katherinemade one more train of linking cubes. It was made of 8 linking cubes. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 4 linking cubes long. How many cubes did Katherinetake off?  

    Concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: Follow the day by day directions to further practice operations and algebraic thinking, numbers and operations in base 10, measurement and data, and geometry standards.

    Social Studies Lesson

    3/25: Social Studies Wednesday

    Watch the video: Long ago and Now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-r-xHln6nE

    Assignment: Compare and contrast. Pick one thing that we do today and long ago. How are they different? How are they the same? Draw a picture of each and answer the questions.

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

    DAY 8 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 8 Thursday: March 26, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

     “Write a letter to Mother Earth explaining how you can help to take care of the Earth.

    Sample: This is an example. Please write your own.

                                                         March 26, 2020

    Dear Mother Earth,

             We need to take care of you. I will take care of you by taking care of the trees. This is important because the birds need a place to sing.

    Love,

    Dr.Campbell

    Complete Day 8 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Thurssday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 15

    See Eureka Module 4 Tips For Parents For Help

    Thursday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 15

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    Read, draw, and write (RDW) to solve one or more of the problems.

    1. Yaselinhad a linking cube train of 6 cubes. She added 3 cubes to the train.  How many cubes are in her linking cube train?
    2. Yaselinmade another train of linking cubes. She started 7 cubes and added some more cubes until her train was
      12 cubes long.  How many cubes did Yaselin add?
    3. Yaselinmade one more train of linking cubes.  It was made of 12 linking cubes.  She took some cubes off, and her train became 4 linking cubes long.  How many cubes did Yaselin take off?

    concept development: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket:

    Name       Date  

    1. Solve the problems.

    a.  7 + 5 = ____

    b.  17 + 5 = ____

    c.  27 + 5 = ____

     Solve the problems.

    1. 5 + 3 = _____ 3. a. 5 + 8 =
    2. 15 + 3 = _____ b. 15 + 8 =
    3. 25 + 3 = _____ c. 25 + 8 =
    4. 35 + 3 = _____

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *TAKE A PICTURE AND SEND IT TO ME IN CLASS DOJO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 8: Follow the day by day directions to further practice operations and algebraic thinking, numbers and operations in base 10, measurement and data, and geometry standards.

    Science Lesson

    3/26: Science Thursday

    Complete day 5 worksheets on Refraction and reflection. Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE6I52Th9DE

    Draw a picture of your reflection in the mirror! Send a picture through Class Dojo!

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

      

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     

     

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                               March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     

     

     

    Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

      

    DAY 9 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 9 Friday: March 27, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can write to tell information about a topic (W.1.2)

    RAP Question

    Writing Task:

    • Do you remember what the book says will happen if we don’t take care of the earth?  What can we do to help? Write a letter to Mother Earth. Tell about a part of the earth you want others to care for, why it is important to you and explain what you and others can do to take care of it.  Use evidence from the text to support your choice.

     

     Culminating Task "-Write today's date

    -Write Dear Mother Earth (why are we using capitals? It's a name!)

    - (Use of the frame is optional. Students may be ready to write completely on their own.)

                                                                                                             March 27,2020

    Dear Mother Earth,  

    ------I will help take care of you. I know that we need to take care of ______________ so that ____________.I can care for__________________ by ________________________.

    If you could talk to her, is there anything else you would want to tell her. Examples might include 'You are beautiful' or 'I love you" etc.

    Your friend/Love/Sincerely (Closing choose 1)

    Sign name

    Complete Day 9 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Cow Tales

    King of the Trail

    Friday 3/26/2020- Module 4 Lesson 16

    STANDARD:

    CCLS State Standard

    1.NBT.

    4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit...

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem:

    1. Rihannahad a bracelet of8 beads. She added 5 beads to the bracelet. How many beads are in her bracelet?
    2. Rihannamade another braceletof gemstone beads. She started with 9 beads and added some more beads until her bracelet was 12 beads long. How many beads did Rihanna add?
    3. Rihannamade one more bracelet of gemstone beads. It was made of 7 gemstone beads. She took some cubes off, and then her train was 5 gemstone beads long. How many beads did Rihanna take off?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3M-lQkV_iQ

    Exit ticket: 18+3 (show a picture to solve) 29+4 (solve using the arrow way)

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *UPLOAD TO CLASS DOJO PORTFOLIO

    PACKET WORK: DAY 9 MATH

    Science Lesson

    3/27: Science Flashlight

    What is a flashlight? Write sentences to describe and draw a picture.

     Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 10 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes two times per week.

     Homework Assignments DAY 2:  March 18, 2020 (DUE DATE)

    ELA  Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided 

    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM
     Objective: I can I can describe a story's setting using illustrations "RL.1.7"

    RAP Question:  "What planet is the story set in?" Write the answer in your notebook and draw a picture.

    MATH: Copy and paste this link into your web browser:  Youtube video eureka math 1st grade module 4 lesson 9 independent learning

    Objective: I can  use the symbols >, =, and < to compare quantities and numerals.

    Complete Lesson 9  Homework in the packet provided. 

    NB! Before doing Homework practice some problems on the Lesson 9 Problem Set.

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    TOPIC: Past, Present, Future

    Answer the questions after reading "One Room School Houses."

     ELA DAY 3 March 19, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * I can describe a story's characters using illustrations (RL.1.7)

    RAP Question: How do the animals look in this illustration? (pages 9-10)

    Based on what we read, why do you think so? They look sad/distressed because :..

    Complete Day 3 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Drip, Drop, Roots on Top

     Math Day 3 March 18, 2020 Copy and paste this link into your web browser:  Youtube video eureka math 1st grade module 4 lesson 10 independent learning

    Objective: I can  Use the symbols >, =, and < to compare quantities and numerals.

     Complete Lesson 10 Problem Set and Homework in the packet provided.

    Complete Day 3 in Math Packet

     Science: Day 3

    TOPIC: Light/Transparent Transparent light

    Light transparency is the physical property of allowing light to pass through the material without being scattered. The key functions of clear glass are to let plenty of natural light into buildings, to provide a view of the outside world, and to combine transparency with aesthetics.

    Complete both sentences…

    DAY 4 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 4 March 20, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    *I can answer questions about information I have gathered from sources. (W.1.8)

    RAP Question:  "What does the earth want every person to STOP doing?" Wtite the answer in your notebook.

    Complete Day 4 in ELA Packet

    Topic:A Plant’s Beast Feast

    Math Day 4 March 20, 2020 Copy and paste this link into your web browser:  Youtube video eureka math 1st grade module 4 lesson 11 independent learning

    Objective:I can add and subtract tens from a multiple of 10.   

    Complete Lesson 11 Problem Set and Homework in the packet provided.

    Complete Day 4 in Math Packet

     Social Studies: Day 4

    TOPIC: What changes over time?

    Think about something that is different from long ago, Are clothing and games the same? Has school changed? Draw a picture to show something that has changed over time. Write your answer in the notebook.

    DAY 5 Classwork/Homework

    ELA DAY 5 March 23, 2020 Dear Children of the Earth Link Provided below

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZPY0sBHDuM

    Objective: RAP

    * RL.1.1 I can ask and answer questions about important details in a story

    RAP Question

     What does the Earth see when it looks at itself? (pages 5-6)  

    Complete Day 5 in ELA Packet

    Topic: Greedy Fawn Makes the Mush

    Math Day 5 March 23, 2020

     Objective:I can add and subtract tens from a multiple of 10.

    Monday 3/23/2020- Module 4 Lesson 12

    STANDARD:

    1. 4 Add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit…

    Link for Module 4 Lesson 12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DooUaXeZlv0

    ACTIVITY & ASSIGNMENT: 1. Application Problem

    Chris has a box of paper clips. He used 10 of them to measure the length of his big book. There are 20 paper clips still in the box. Use the arrow way to show how many paper clips were in the box at first.

    Tens Ones

    1. Concept Development https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DooUaXeZlv0

    Complete Exit Ticket:

    *Complete a drawing for each problem*

    12 + 40

    20 + 9

    21 + 20

    ASSESSMENT: Teacher will be looking for all directions to be followed and completion of all problems. This will be counted as “Classwork” grade. *SEND A PICTURE TO ME ON CLASS DOJO

    Complete Day 5 in Math Packet

     Social Studies: Day 5

    3/23: Social Studies

    Watch the video on Past, Present, and Future https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7GbQ2YH8Ck

    Assignment: Create your own timeline starting when you were born. Follow the instructions in the video. Have 3 events. One past, one present, and one future. You can draw this in your notebook and color! Send a picture to me on Class Dojo!

    Pearson Assignments on Clever

     

     Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 15 - 20 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 15 minutes 2 times per week

      Computer Assignments For the Week

    Log on to iRead and complete 10 minutes a day.

    Log on to iReady Math and complete 15 - 20 minutes a day

    Log on to IReady ELA and complete 10-15 minutes

    CURRENT TOPICS IN EACH SUBJECT

    • ELA - Dear Children of The Earth
    • MATH - Place Value and comparing numbers up to 40
    • SCIENCE - Sound and Light
    • SOCIAL STUDIES - Chapter 3