March 18, 2020

 E-Learning Lessons- Day 2 
Wednesday, March 18, 2020

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Today's Specials:  Library
 
Remember to visit Mrs. Straubinger's webpage

If you see another professional for support today 
(speech, reading intervention, math intervention)
 please visit their webpage as well.

Please scroll down to see today's lessons
(they are all posted here with directions)

Notes to Parents-updated

All assignments are due by the time we return to school. 
 
If you can submit your works through Google Classroom then remember to press TURN IN and TURN IN again.  If your work is a hard copy of a paper and you wish to print it,  place it in a folder so we can look at it together when we return to school. It is helpful if you write the date on each paper. Thank you!

 Please know that these activities do NOT need to be completed in one sitting.  Complete them in any order and whenever it works best for your child.  REMEMBER take breaks whenever you need them. (see below)

It is not necessary to print something if you do not have access to a printer.  You can always do your best on a separate piece of paper.  We can work together on this...no worries.

If you are having trouble with Google Classroom, go back to the Old Tappan Schools website and there is a video to help you.

Here is the link to our Google Classroom if you need it:
1C Google Classroom


Here is a brain break that you can use during the day to just have some fun!

Go Bananas Brain Break

Day 2  LESSONS

Morning Meeting:  
Tell your family today's date.  What do you notice about the month so far?  Do you have any special celebrations coming up?

Question of the Day: What did you like best about your first day of elearning?
Go to Padlet to share with our class.
Padlet

Word Study/ Phonics First-Review L Blends 
Choose one word from each column.  You can either draw a picture of each word or use it in a sentence.  That would be 6 pictures or 6 sentences.  If you want you to draw 3 and write 3 sentences that is ok too. Remember to label your picture.

bl-

cl- 

fl-

gl-

pl-

sl-

blot

bled

blip

block

blab


clap

clip

clam

cluck

clock

flag

floss

flex

flip

glob

glass

glug

glad


plum

plug

plan

plus

plot

sled

slam

slip

slop

slug


RED words:  Choose 2 new words from this list to either write in 2 complete sentences or write each of the 2 words three times each in rainbow writing.
*the words in the grey boxes have not been formally taught yet


a

he

you

as

been

I

to

saw

or

say

the

his

come

all

one

for

go

what

give

where

and

she

want

any

says

is

by

does

your

goes

see

do

have

here

some

has

from

who

why

done

of

put

they

there

again

was

how

are

her

very


Bonus:

abcya words-play games with rhyming, consonant blends , syllables and free exploration

Reading: 
Listen to :
Clark the Shark

After listening to the story you can write about your favorite part.  You can do it on a piece of paper or go to the Google Classroom or below for the paper.

favorite part paper

Independent Reading:
 Students should be reading for at least 15 minutes.  They may read  any FICTION  books from EPIC books (see link below or from our Google Classroom)
The log in information was send home in the packet last week.  Our class code is: rqx5650

Epic books


Math-Comparing Numbers Game-

I have added a document in Google Classroom that is a game for you to play with your family.  You can print it or play on a separate piece of paper.  The directions can be found on the document.  If you can not access the game just do abcya or make up your own game.

Practice skills of your choice involving addition/subtraction/place value
 Click here to go to  abcya-

BONUS:
Fact Practice-remember to use your log in information and complete the full session-I will be able to see your progress so try your best.
xtramath

Writing-​You will be writing your own nonfiction All About book.(just like we did for our All About TBD book)

Day 2: Chapter 1-your first sub-topic
***I put two documents in Google Classroom.  You can print them out and write on them.  You choose which paper. ONLY PRINT OUT THE page one and two-
YOU DO NOT NEED TO PRINT THEM OUT-you can use your own paper too.

HELPFUL HINT- informational, All About Books are written to an audience.  You should not use the word I but the word YOU!  see below

EX. All About Gymnastics
things you need
moves(somersault, backbend)
equipment (vault, floor mat, etc)
why is it good for you
famous gymnasts

Take your information from chapter two and turn it into  1-2 sentences: (example)

   Chapter One: Things You Need
There are things you need for gymnastics. You need to wear a leotard so that your body can be flexible. Sometimes you need to put chalk on your hands to help grip the equipment.
I know your All About Books will be amazing!  Keep it simple and try your best!

Social Studies:  Map Skills-symbols
The students brought the packet home on last week.
 (if you look in your child's backpack/folder and can't find it, I added it to the Google Classroom.  You only have to print the pages 3-10 or write on a separate piece of paper)

We did page one together last week-color the water and land if you did not do that.

1. watch this video-Map symbols video 2. color each symbol 3. Tell someone in your family what you think each symbol represents. 4. BONUS-What do you think a hospital symbol would look like? Can you think of any other symbols? Draw some on the back of this paper.

EXTRAS
Doodle with Mo Willems-episode 3
  Doodle with Mo Willems-2
Doodle with Mo Willems-episode 1

GAME: play a board game with your family
Happy Learning My Friend