Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Wednesday, June 10, 2020  Morning News: June 10, 2020

SPOTLIGHT STUDENT OF THE DAY: Every day for the next few weeks we will spotlight one student on Padlet! Starting today, when you click the Padlet link, you will see which classmate is our “spotlight student” of the day! We will celebrate each student by posting something we love about them, our favorite thing about them, a favorite memory with them, etc. You may record a video on Padlet or you may post a picture of something you draw or write to this classmate. Let’s make all of our friends feel special during the last few weeks of school! We miss each other very much! Have fun with it! Spotlight Student Padlet

Don't forget to pick up your child's belongings on your designated day.

Morning Routine: (oral)

Today is June 10. Let's count backwards from 30 to 10.

Repeat after me: Today is Wednesday, June 10, 2020. 

What day is today? What day was yesterday? What day is tomorrow?

What month is it? What was last month? What month comes next?

What kind of weather is it outside today?

Today is the 173rd day of school! Count by 10's to 100 and count by 10's to 70! Add 3 more. 173! *If we were using our straws to count, we would have 100 straws in the hundreds column, 7 groups of 10 (70 straws) in the tens column, and 3 straws in the ones column.
Guess what? There are only 7 days of school until summer break. Let's count down from 7! Count Down Song
The month is June! HERE you will find the June song.

WEDNESDAY SPECIALS: GYM with Ms. Janowski  Launch Pad with Mrs. Gambuti (if you did not get to it yesterday) *Please be sure to visit Launch Pad today or this week when you have time. Mrs. Gambuti would like you to see her final lessons. Thank you!
PHONICS/ PHONEMIC AWARENESS: OPTIONAL: Complete June Morning Work Literacy page 11 and page 12. *These pages in particular are a very good review of middle vowel sounds and digraphs. I recommend doing them.
Your LAST new sound for the year is -ck which is pronounced /k/ the same as the letter k. -ck is another digraph. C and K are two letters that work together to make one sound /ck/.  
-ck digraph lesson -ck digraph song
-ck Blend Board NEW 6/10
Dictation 15 NEW 6/10
*you will need a pencil and paper for dictation.
/ck/ new assignments for today- Wednesday, June 10 *For these assignments, you do not have to print out each page to highlight the /ck/ if you don't want to. If you choose not to print, you may read the words and the sentences on the computer screen out loud. See if you can do the "fill in the blank" page with your parent or an adult! Read the /ck/ words Controlled reading sentences with /ck/ /ck/ fill in the blanks
This week you will learn your LAST TWO RED WORDS! Your new red words are: they, are Please add the words they and are to your red word poster at home.
Red Word Review- all 30 words - this is a new review with Ms. Corbett Please click the Red Word Review link above to practice reading all of your red words with me. If there are any words you struggle with, please arm tap them 3 times and practice them more than the others. You are only expected to know how to spell the first 15 words. The last 15 you are only expected to know how to read.
Sight Word Powerpoint Set 2 *If you feel like you have the first set of sight words mastered from the first powerpoint, please take a look at the next set. You are NOT expected to know all of these words by the end of Kindergarten, but if you are looking for more, please feel free to practice these. Click "present" to view the power point.
Click: I am a student. Class code: UAVBJV Find our class and find your name! Spend about 10-15 minutes on here each day.

Reading Strategies Powerpoint strategies to help reading skills
Please read on Raz Kids or Epic for at least 10 minutes today.

Epic! Class code: evt2037 Our class has read over ONE THOUSAND books on Epic!! WOW!

You do not have to complete a writing assignment every day. (2-3 days/week)
You may continue to write about your Adventures with Ms. Corbett using this NEW TEMPLATE - what do you like to do with me and why? OR You may write a letter to the "spotlight student of the day". You may write your spotlight classmate a letter telling them something you love about them, that you miss them, a special memory you have with them, or just a letter saying hello! LETTER TEMPLATE
*Please allow your child to use developmental spelling.  *He/she is not expected to write perfectly.  *You may help your child sound out some words.
Take a peak at all of the adventures your classmates and I have been on! You may send me pictures of your child with "flat Ms. Corbett" whenever you have time. Click the present button in the top right corner to view as a slideshow. Adventures with Ms. Corbett Pictures (updated daily)

MATH:  OPTIONAL: Complete June Morning Work Math page 11 and page 12.
Math Addition and Subtraction Facts Practice Pages Please pick one addition page and one subtraction page to do each day!
Practice #s 1-30 For more practice: - make flashcards of numbers 1-30 (one number on each card) - use these flashcards to orally review #s 1-30 randomly - not in number order - mix the cards up on a table and have students put the cards in # order from 1-30 Log onto Happy Numbers for 30-45 min a week! You pick when!
HANDWRITING: Please complete the next 2 pages in your handwriting workbook. I do not know what page everyone is on, but I am sure most of you are reaching the end of the workbook.