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    Welcome to Kindergarten!

     

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    The following activities are daily plans you can do at

     

    home while school is out due to illness.

     

    *Some extra things you can do during our time*

    Log a weather journal each day drawing and labeling.

    Practice sight words from the list in your child's folder.

    Daily Reading

    Have students write about books they read (opinion, summary, etc)

    Go outside and write down the sights and sounds of spring.

    Daily journal writing about their time off.

    CVC practice

    https://www.getepic.com/sign-in (our class code is deq4899)

    http://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/u/368988

     

    The following is a daily plan you may follow:

    Day 1: 

    *Daily Weather Log (Draw and label the weather and write in a complete sentence.  Ex- Today it is sunny.  I like to play outside when it is sunny.)

    * Go math workbook lesson 6.5

    * 20 minutes of reading (can use getepic website)

    *Pick 10 sight words and write a sentence with each.

    Day 2: 

    *Daily Weather Log

    *Go math workbook lesson 6.6

    *20 minutes of reading

    *Write a summary of a book you read.  Include beginning, middle, end.

    Day 3:

    *Daily weather Log

    *Go math workbook lesson 6.7

    *20 minutes of reading

    *write at least 3 sentences about your day or your time off.  Tell me how you feel, what you are doing, who you are with.

    Day 4:

    Daily Weather Log

    Go Math workbook Lesson 7.1

    20 minutes of reading

    *Pick 10 words from our sight word list and write a sentence using each word.

    *CVC practice page

    Day  5:

    Daily Weather Log

    Go Math workbook Lesson 7.2

    20 minutes of reading

    *Write at least 3 sentences about anything you choose.  Be sure to illustrate.

    Day 6:

    Daily Weather Log

    Go Math workbook Lesson 7.3

    20 minutes of reading

    *Pick 4 pairs of rhyming words (8 words total) and write sentences with each set.

    Day 7:

    Daily Weather Log

    Go Math workbook Lesson 7.4

    20 minutes of reading.  Take time to talk about a book you read.

    Write about your favorite food and tell why it is your favorite.  Try to convince somoene to taste it.

    Day 8:

    Daily Weather Log

    Go Math workbook Lesson 7.5

    20 minutes of reading

    Write about your favorite springtime outdoor activities.

    April 6:

    Go Math Lesson 7.6

    Create a list of living things and a list of non-living things.  Talk about what living things need to stay alive.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Make a list of words that belong in the “og” family.



    April 7:

    Go Math Lesson 7.7

    Make a list telling things living things can do, what they have, and what are living things.

    Read at least 20 minutes and discuss the characters (feelings, actions, etc)

    Make a list of words that belong in the “ot” family.

     

    April 8:

    Go Math Lesson 7.8

    Think of a living thing.  Write about what it does and characteristics that make it “alive”.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Make a list of “an” words.

     

    April 9:

    Go Math Lesson 7.9

    Think of a non-living thing.  Write about what it is and characteristics that make it “nonliving”.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Make a list of “et” words.

     

    April 10:

    Good Friday

     

    April 13:

    Go Math Lesson 7.10

    Research insects.  What characteristics do insects have?  Pick one insect and tell where they live.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Practice 6 sight words and write a sentence using each word.

     

    April 14:

    Go Math pg 637-644

    On getepic.com read “National Geographics Kids Caterpillar to Butterfly by Laura Marsh.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Imagine you are a butterfly.  What would you do?  



    April 15:

    Go Math Lesson 11.1

    Draw and label the lifecycle of a butterfly. (egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, butterfly)

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Pick 6 sight words and write a sentence using each word.

     

    April 16:

    Go Math 11.2

    Explore your own yard for plants butterflies might like.  Write about what about the plants will attract a butterfly.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

     

    April 17:

    Go Math 11.3
    Getepic.com “Kate Find a Caterpillar”  Think about other animals that hatch from eggs.  Write about how they are the same and how they are different from butterflies.

    Read at least 20 minutes.



    April 20:

    Go math 11.4

    Getepic.com “What are Seeds?”  Think about seeds you eat. What would those seeds grow into if they were planted?  Write 3-5 sentences.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

     

    April 21:

    Go Math 11.5

    Getepic.com  “Exploring Seeds”  Look in your yard for seeds.  Write about what you find and include what will make the seeds grow.

    Read at least 20 minutes.

     

    April 22:

    Go Math Ch. 11 test & page 426

    Draw and label the parts of a sunflower (roots, stem, left, petals, seeds)

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    Write a summary of your favorite book.

     

    April 23:

    Go Math Lesson 8.1

    Draw and label the life cycle of the sunflower (google sunflower lifecycle for example or printables)

    Read at least 20 minutes.

    You can write 5 sentences about anything you choose.

     

     

     

    April 24:

    Go Math Lesson 8.2

    Think about a plant you want to grow.  Write the steps you will need to take to grow it.  Think about what plans need to grow and survive. How can you help?

    Read at least 20 minutes.

  • Reminders:

    *When your child is absent, please be sure to send a note or doctor's excuse so the day will be excused by the school.

    *5 unexcused tardies will result in morning detention. Keep in mind, your child needs enough time to get into the classroom before the bell rings at 8:30.

    *Be sure to sign up for Text Alerts to let you know of any schedule changes due to unexpected weather.

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