Good evening! I hope you and your family had a restful weekend. Below is an outline for the week ahead. Thank you for the hard work you are doing to help your child continue to learn and grow despite these challenging times. You have shown them the importance of education and that is an amazing gift. Blessings in the week ahead!
Weekly Phonics Vocabulary List (test Friday):
Reading – Next story in your readers.
Handbook for Reading – pg. 108 Special sounds “wa” in “wash” and “a” in “adopt.” Read over twice.
Letters and Sounds – pg. 63-64.
Sight words match https://www.starfall.com/h/ltr-lv-i/match-sw/?t=291744134
Math: Arithmetic 1 pg.164 (q. 2, 3, 4), 165, 166.
Review measuring in centimeters (try both levels): https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/measuring-in-cm
Reviewing Fractions https://www.iknowit.com/lessons/b-fractions-equal-parts.html
Science: This week I am challenging all elementary students to collect items from around your home to create your very own “chain reaction machines” or “marble runs”. Do you have a sibling in another class? Why not make one project together! Check out Seesaw for more information.
French: Students will continue our review work with a Seesaw activity to complete.
Handbook for Reading – Review pg. 108-109
Phonics Vocabulary – review your vocabulary words for this week. Focus on words 1-5 and try to think of a sentence for each word. (You do not need to record any part of this activity). Phonics Vocabulary List: *every, *instead, wash, wand, adopt, away, baby, sunny, little, and wanted.
Language 1 – pg. 65-66.
Special assignment – Build something at home with any kind of blocks or lego (or cardboard boxes if you don’t have either). Take a picture of yourself with your creation and type one sentence about what you built. I will pick 3 students pictures to share with the class.
Math: Arithmetic 1 pages 167, 168, 169.
Learn how to compare weights using a balance scale: https://pbskids.org/peg/games/happy-camel
Social Studies: Check out seesaw activity for some review of the provinces we’ve learned about so far.
Phonics Vocabulary – review your vocabulary words for this week. Focus on words 6-10 and try to think of a sentence for each word. (You do not need to record any part of this activity).Phonics Vocabulary List: *every, *instead, wash, wand, adopt, away, baby, sunny, little, and wanted.
Reading – Record yourself reading the story sent to you in seesaw
Writing – After you finish reading, write the answers to the questions about the story on paper (any paper is fine, printing the document is not required) and take a picture of your work. Remember to use full sentences, your neatest penmanship, and proper capitalization and punctuation.
Math: Arithmetic 1 pages 170 (q. 1-2), 171 (q. 1, 2, 4)
Telling time practice: http://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/viewing/L9643/index.html# Once you have finished the first activity, explore through the “Practice Time,” “Tell Me More,” “Time Challenge,” and “Time Match” headings for some more practice.
Bible: Students will watch a short video called, God’s Story: Prayer. Please find this assignment in the activity tab, along with instructions of how to respond.
Reading – Go to www.getepic.com and read the “Spring” book assigned to you in “my library.” Try out the quiz at the end of the story. Take a picture of a sign of spring you can see around your house (ex. buds on a tree, plants starting to grow in the garden, a robin or other migrating bird, snow melting, etc.). Directions for using getepic.com: go to https://www.getepic.com, click on “login”, “student/educator”, next add class code “gjh8246”, press “go”, select “my library” and select the book, “Spring.”
Handbook for Reading – pg. 109, 110, 111, Special sounds “y” in “baby,” “le” in “little,” and “-ed” in “wanted,” Review twice.
Phonics – Letters and Sounds pg. 65-60
Math: Arithmetic 1 pages 172 (q.1), 173
Ordering non-sequential numbers from least to greatest. Click on the link. Select “Ordering.” Select “Forward 1-100.” Put the non-sequential numbers in order from least to greatest. After you have completed that, select “Menu” and try “Forward 1-999.”
Extra Challenge (optional): try some of the other levels (like backwards from 999 or -10 to 10). https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering
Reading – Read the next story in your reader.
Handbook for Reading – Review pg. 109, 110, 111, Special sounds “y” in “baby,” “le” in “little,” and “-ed” in “wanted.”
Language 1 pg. 67, 68, 69.
Phonics Vocabulary – Record yourself reading the vocabulary words for this week and saying a sentence that uses the 2 words with a star beside them. Please place this on the “Phonics” folder. Phonics Vocabulary List: *every, *instead, wash, wand, adopt, away, baby, sunny, little, and wanted.
Watch this video to help you begin to count by 3’s. Listen to it a few times until you can sing along. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V96IZWctZYA
Arithmetic 1 pages 174 (q. 2, 3, 4), 175, and 176.
We have practiced measuring by comparison by using a balance scale. You can also measure weight using kilograms and grams. Practice measuring using a weigh scale: https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/mostlyPostie/index.html
This activity will be new to students so they may need some guidance from parents at first. Click on the link. Select “kg and half kg.” Click on the package and drag and drop it on the scale. With an adult’s help, read the scale and select the amount it weighs. Then select “check.” Keep trying until you can read the scale yourself.
Art : Look for an Art Activity with Mrs. Arthurs
Gym: Fill out and submit your weekly activity log.