Greetings! Wow! It is May! The sun is getting warmer, the grass is getting greener, and the birds are getting chirpier. I am finding a lot of joy through God’s creation these last few weeks. Even when it seems like the world is on pause, God’s power is still being shown through the changing of the season. Take a moment today to appreciate the beauty of spring.
Watch the video in the Seesaw activity titled Math Pages – May 4th before completing the pages below.
Finish Picky Peggy by reading pages 22-31 on www.getepic.com in the assignment reading collection. (wcv4314)
Complete a book report on Picky Peggy by answering the questions using the typing tool in the Seesaw activity titled, Picky Peggy – Book Report.
Complete page 84 in Phonics and Language and post it to the activity titled Language Pages – May 4th.
This week, with the help of their family, students are being challenged to create their own unique stop-motion videos. Check out Leah & Lauren’s stop-motion video they’ve created this week for some inspiration.
Watch video, Make a post of you singing « Roi Des Roi » do the body part coloring exercise.
Remember to be participating in at least 20 minutes of physical activity every day. You’ll be logging this at the end of the week. If you haven’t submitted last week’s activity log, go back and do that today.
Watch the video in the assignment titled Math Pages – May 5th before completing the pages below.
Pg. 223 – For #6, change the 9 pennies to 5 nickels, and the 1 penny to 1 nickel.
Watch the video in the 5 Senses Chart activity on Seesaw before you begin reading.
Go on www.getepic.com and read from the beginning of the Nose Knows to page 12 in the assigned reading collection.
After you finish reading, fill out 1 example for each sense. Post a picture of your chart so far to the activity titled 5 Senses Chart Check #1
Complete pg. 89 in Phonics and Language and post it to the activity titled Language Pages – May 5th.
Watch from the beginning of the video till the time of the video is 11:40 and post a video answering the questions below to the activity titled Moral of the Story – Franklin.
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxI2pvSZCno
The moral of the story is the lesson the character learned.
Question #1: What should Franklin have done when his parents asked him to clean up the fort?
Question #2: What was the moral of the story?
Question #3: Share a time when you had to learn a lesson the hard way.
Choose a Canadian province or territory to write a rhyming jingle for. Your goal is to persuade people to want to come visit. Your rhyming jingle should be 6 lines in total. Lines 1 and 2 should rhyme at the end, lines 3 and 4 should rhyme at the end, and lines 5 and 6 should rhyme at the end. Make sure to talk about great attractions and the natural beauty of the province or territory you chose.
For example: If I was making a jingle about PEI I would mention attractions such as: Shining Waters, Crowbush Golf Course, Downtown Charlottetown, and Blue Mussel Cafe. For natural beauty, I’d talk about PEI’s beaches, rolling hills, and our walking/biking trails.
Be on the lookout for a story from Mrs. Biech.
Watch the video attached to the assignment titled Math Pages – May 6th before completing the pages below.
Read from page 13 till 21 in Nose Knows in the assigned reading collection on www.getepic.com (wcv4314)
After you finish reading, fill out 1 example for each sense in your 5 Senses Chart.
Post a picture of your chart so far in the activity titled 5 Senses Chart Check #2.
Complete page 92 in Phonics and Language and post it to the activity titled Language Pages – May 6th on Seesaw. Cross out the dictation part at the bottom of the page.
Before completing this activity watch the video in the assignment titled Moral of the Story. Write your own 4-6 paged story with a main character learning a life lesson.
Your story must include:
- At least 3 characters
- A main character who learns a lesson
- Complete sentences
- An obvious beginning, middle, and end.
Beginning – main character does not listen when being told something important.
Middle – main character gets into some sort of trouble because of not listening.
End – main character learns the lesson of the story (moral of the story).
Students will watch a short video called, God’s Story: Peter Preaches. Please find this assignment in the activity tab, along with instructions of how to respond.
Complete page 226 and post a picture of your work to the assignment titled Math Pages – May 7th.
Complete the activity titled, Multiply by 10 on Seesaw for your math quiz this week.
Read from page 21 till the end of the book called Nose Knows.
Fill out 1 example for each sense from your reading today.
Add the final product of your chart to the assignment titled 5 Senses Chart – Finished.
Complete page 94 in Phonics and Language and post it to the activity titled Language Pages – May 7th on Seesaw.
Complete the activity titled Capitalize It! on Seesaw by circling all the words that should be capitalized in the passage.
Stay tuned for Music Minute with Mrs. Wilting
Pg. 227 – Cross out the yard question in #2 and cross out #3
Complete the repeated reading activity on Seesaw titled Repeated Reading – Superhero Joey
Complete page 102 in Phonics and Language and add it to the assignment titled Language Pages – May 8th
Copy the following paragraph on a piece of paper for your Penmanship quiz this week.
Jill and Derek made cupcakes for the school bake sale.
Jill made chocolate cupcakes with vanilla frosting.
Derek made vanilla cupcakes with chocolate frosting.
They were so excited to see everything their classmates had made.
They filled their boxes to the brim with cupcakes and held them tightly as they walked to school.
The school smelled like sugar and the classrooms were filled with laughter.
Finally, over the speaker, the principal announced, “Let the bake sale begin!”
Post your page to the assignment titled Penmanship Quiz #2.
Look for an Art Activity with Mrs.Arthurs
Fill out and submit your weekly activity log.
Have a wonderful week,