• May 11- May 15

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home. 

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math worksheets

            

       

     

    •  Log in and spend some time on Happy Numbers.

     

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading Folder

     

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link to Literacy Worksheets

     

     

    • Login and spend some time on Lexia

      

     

    Science

     

     

     

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    • Write in your journal 2 times this week.  You may write about any topic you would like.  

     

     

    • Work on your Animal Show and Tell to be shared on Zoom on Wednesday May 13th at 11:00.

      Find out facts about the animal.  Write three sentences about it.

      -They have ______.

      -They like to eat _______.

      -They live _______.

       

      Illustrate your animal any way you would like.

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you.

    April 4- May 7

    No School this Friday, May 8th!

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home. 

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math worksheets

            

       

     

    •  Log in and spend some time on Happy Numbers.

     

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading Folder

     

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link to Literacy Worksheets

     

     

    • Login and spend some time on Lexia

      

     

    Science

     

    • Join us on Tuesday at 12:30 for our Critter Tails Class with the Alaska Zoo!

     

     

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    • Write in your journal 2 times this week.  You may write about any topic you would like.  

     

     

    • Work on your Animal Show and Tell to be shared on Zoom on Wednesday May 13th

      Find out facts about the animal.  Write three sentences about it.

      -They have ______.

      -They like to eat _______.

      -They live _______.

       

      Illustrate your animal any way you would like.

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you.

     

     

     

    April 27- May 1

    These are the activities for the week.  Work at your own pace.  If you do not complete every activity that is fine. Please take care of yourselves...send your children outside to play and definitely don't stress about academics right now.  

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home. 

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math worksheets

            

     

     

    • Count to 100 by 5's, 10's, and 1's.

     

     

    • Log in and spend some time on Happy Numbers.

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading Folder

     

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link to Literacy Worksheets

     

     

    • Login and spend some time on Lexia

     

    • Watch the Phonogram video- can be found on our class Seesaw app.

     

    Science

     

    • Find an activity or video to do/watch on this website.

            Link to Mystery Science

     

    Handwriting

    • Write your first and last name 5 times.  Use nice handwriting, use only capital letters at the beginning, and space between each name. 

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    - Write in your journal 3 times this week.  You may write about any topic you would like.   Here are some topics you may want to use.

     

     

    • Write a journal entry that begins with “If I received three wishes, I’d wish for…”

      Here is an arthub link on how to draw a genie lamp

      Art Hub Genie Lamp

     

    • Write three sentences to describe your bedroom.

     

    • Write a journal entry that begins with “If I was on a tropical island, I would…” 

      Here is an arthub link on how to draw an island.

      Art Hub Island

     

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you or listen to a story from Epic.

     

    Art

    • Do some type of art...drawing, painting, making something from playdough- use scissors and glue too.

    April 20-April 24

    These are the activities for the week.  Work at your own pace.  If you do not complete every activity that is fine. Please take care of yourselves...send your children outside to play and definitely don't stress about academics right now.  

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home. 

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math worksheets

             2nd Link to Math worksheets

     

     

    • Watch this 3D shapes video on Epic!

            Link to Epic!

     

     

    • Log in and spend some time on Happy Numbers.

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading Folder

     

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link to Literacy Worksheets

     

     

    • Login and spend some time on Lexia

     

    • Watch the Phonogram video- can be found on our class Seesaw app.

     

    Science

     

    • Find an activity or video to do/watch on this website.

            Link to Mystery Science

     

    Handwriting

    • Write the letter Ee .

             Link to Handwriting Worksheet

     

    • Write your first and last name 5 times.  Use nice handwriting, use only capital letters at the beginning, and space between each name. 

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    Farm Animal Journal Writing- Farm animals are different from pets because they have a job or a purpose on the farm.  This week I have assigned some farm animal books on Epic! for you to read/listen to.  You can then draw a picture and write about that farm animal.  Send me a picture of your favorite journal entry.  

    Link to Epic!

     

    • Cows- Here is a Link to Art Hub for Kids-directed draw of a cow, if you would like, or you may draw your own cow.  Write a sentence that begins with "Cows give us ___." Then write one one more fact about cows.  

     

    • Sheep- Here is a Link to Art Hub for Kids directed draw of a sheep, if you would like, or you may draw your own sheep. Write a sentence that begins with "Sheep give us ___." Then write one one more fact about sheep.  

     

    • Chickens- Here is a Link to Art Hub for Kids directed draw of a chicken, if you would like, or you may draw your own chicken.  Write a sentence that begins with "Chickens give us ___." Then write one one more fact about chickens.  

     

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you or listen to a story from Epic.

     

    Art

    • Do some type of art...drawing, painting, making something from playdough- use scissors and glue too.

    April 13 -April 17

    These are the activities for the week.  Work at your own pace.  If you do not complete every activity that is fine. Please take care of yourselves...send your children outside to play and definitely don't stress about academics right now.  

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home.   

     

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math worksheets

             2nd Link to Math worksheets

     

     

    • Count to 100 by ones, fives, and tens. Go over calendar skills like months, days of the week, and seasons.

     

    • Create an ABCC pattern

     ABCC Pattern

     

    • Log in and spend some time on Happy Numbers.

     

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading FolderWhat page are you on in your Reading Folder?  Send me a SeeSaw message to tell me how far you are.  

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link to Literacy Worksheets

     

     

    • Complete 60 minutes of Lexia

     

    • Watch the Phonogram video- can be found on our class Seesaw app.

     

     

    Science

    • Find an activity or video to do/watch on this website.

            Link to Mystery Science

     

     

    Handwriting

    • Write the letter Zz.

             Link to Handwriting Worksheet

     

    • Write your first and last name 5 times.  Use nice handwriting, use only capital letters at the beginning, and space between each name. 

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    • Optional Activity if you have plastic eggs.

    Egg Towers

     Stack plastice eggs as tall as you can. Challenge someone at home to see who can build the tallest tower.  Count how many you were able to stack.  Write a sentence about it.

     

    • Draw a picture of anything you want.  Now write about your picture. 

     

     

     

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you or listen to a story from Epic.

     

    Art

    • Do some type of art...drawing, painting, making something from playdough- use scissors and glue too.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    April 6 -April 10

    These are the activities for the week.  Work at your own pace.  If you do not complete every activity that is fine. Please take care of yourselves...send your children outside to play and definitely don't stress about academics right now.  

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home.   

     

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math worksheets

             2nd Link to Math worksheets

     

    • Count to 100 by ones, fives, and tens. Go over calendar skills like months, days of the week, and seasons.

     

    • Find objects shaped like a cone, a rectangular solid and a cube in your house.

     

    • Log in and spend some time on Happy Numbers.

     

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading Folder

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link to Literacy Worksheets

     

    • Complete 60 minutes of Lexia

     

    • Watch the Phonogram video- can be found on our class Seesaw app.

     

     

    Science

    • Find an activity or video to do/watch on this website.

             Link to Mystery Science

     

     

    Handwriting

    • Write the letter Kk.

             Link to Handwriting Worksheet

     

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    • Use something (paper, cardboard, toys, blocks, Legos, etc.) in your house and build a tower taller than your couch.  What did you use? How did you build it?  Draw a picture of your tower and write about it!

     

     

    • Draw a picture of anything you want.  Now write about your picture. 

     

     

     

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you.

     

    Art

    • Do some type of art...drawing, painting, making something from playdough- use scissors and glue too.

     

     

     

     

    March 30-April 3

    These are the activities for the week.  Work at your own pace.  If you do not complete every activity that is fine. Please take care of yourselves...send your children outside to play and definitely don't stress about academics right now.  

    All of these worksheets are included in the packet that you may pick up from school if you would like.  I have also provided a link to the worksheets if you would rather print them off from home.   

     

    Subject

    Activities for the week…

    Math

    • Complete the math worksheets

              Link to Math Worksheets

             2nd Link to Math Worksheets

     

    • Count to 100 by ones, fives, and tens.

     

    • Find objects shaped like a sphere and a cylinder in your house.

     

     

    Reading

    • Read in your Reading Folder

     

    • Complete the worksheets

            Link To Literacy Worksheets

     

    • Complete 60 minutes of Lexia

     

     

    Science

    • Find an activity or video to do/watch on this website.

             Link to Mystery Science

     

     

    Handwriting

    • Write the letter Hh.

             Link to Handwriting Worksheet

     

     

    Play!

    • Play inside and outside for at least an hour every day!

     

     

    Journal- Don’t forget to stretch out the words and write the sounds you hear.  Begin your sentence with a capital letter, use spaces between your words and end your sentence with a period.

    • Use something (paper, cardboard, toys, blocks, Legos, etc.) in your house and build a bridge.  What did you use? How did you build it?  Draw a picture of your bridge and write about it!

     

     

    • Draw a picture and write about one thing you have done outside this week.  

     

     

    Read Aloud

    • Pick a story to have your parent read to you.

     

    Art

    • Click the link, choose a drawing and follow along as you draw the picture.  Write a title at the top of your drawing.

             Link to Art Hub For Kids

     

Last Modified on May 11, 2020