Week 1- Online Lessons
Thank you for your patience while I get google classroom set up. If you would like to see passwords for Google Classroom or any other recommended website, please see the post below titled "Passwords".
Phonics/ Spelling- We are working on the spelling patterns "or" and "ar". Complete word work book pages 68-77, then give students the spelling test on Friday. Our spelling words are: far, hard, star, card, car, corn, born, sport, short, and horn.
Reading- Read the Superkids Short titled "Party Planning", focusing on fluency and pacing. Our story this week is "Slumber Party." Focus on fluency, comprehension, and character feelings. Complete practice pages 51, 53 and 57. The story map on Friday will count as extra credit.
Math- We are working on place value and comparing numbers. I am still on the lookout for more math vidoes and google slides, so check back for updates please! Students need to complete workbook pages 47, 48, 52, and 53.
Writing- Students will plan and write a short story with a main character, problem and solution. I have the dates written down for this week, but am giving students two weeks to complete the assignment.
Please log onto Google Classrooms as soon as possible. Follow the instructions from the last post to register your child. Please use your child's email to register. Once registered, click on "classwork" at the top. Do not view assignments using the stream- it is confusing! However, if you click on classwork, you will find the lessons organized by class and date. This is just an advised schedule- I understand that students work at different paces. If your child does finish the course work early, please see bottom post for recommended websites.
Your students should have brought home their Superkids textbook, workbook, handwriting book and practice pages for math and Superkids. If not, I have the Superkids uploaded onto Google Classroom, and I can send you alternate math pages that covers the same material. I understand it was a busy school day! You will also find instructions on how to upload assignments.
If you have any questions, please send me an email. I understand that Google Classroom is new for everyone (including me!), but I know if we work as a team, your student will still have a successful. While older kids can do most assignments independently, the younger students need more guidance. I appreciate your patience, flexibilty, and support.
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