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Hello Readers,

Due to the cancellation of classes, we will be using this site to teach and talk with you over the next few weeks. Please check in here as often as possible. We are going to continue to practice reading everyday for at least 20 minutes. We are going to move on to reading harder words and books. We will be posting activities and videos to help you practice. If you need some assistance, please email us so we can help you.

Please practice your Fundations drills daily. Click on the links to see YouTube videos to guide you through the drills.

Sing along to the long vowel pair song.

Sing along to the oa vowel pair song.

Sing along to the oy vowel pair song.

Practice tapping out the words below and words in your books.

Practice reading the the words.

Practice reading the words.

Read the story.

Practice reading the words.

Practice reading the words.

Read the story. Answer the question: What can Nan do?

Download the PowerPoint links below to practice some high frequency words. If you cannot download the PowerPoint presentation, please practice the words from your rings in your baggies.

Please practice reading 2 new poems each week.

1. Draw a picture

2. Practice reading and acting out the poem with an adult.

3. Circle the VERBS (action words)

Color Fingerplay

Red, red, touch your head.

Blue, blue, show your shoe.

Yellow, yellow, shake like Jello.

Orange, you see, slap your knee.

Brown, brown, make a frown.

Black, black, scratch your back.

Pink, pink give a wink.

White, white do not fight.

Green, green, don’t be seen.

Purple, purple, draw a circle.

Gray, gray, shout, “Hooray!”


1. Read the song with a parent or friend.

2. Circle the sight words.

3. Draw a picture.

Mr. Sun

Oh Mr. Sun, sun, Mr. golden Sun,

Please shine down on me.

Oh Mr. Sun, sun, Mr. golden Sun,

Hiding behind a tree.

These little children are asking you

To please come out so

We can play with you.

Oh Mr. Sun, sun, Mr. golden Sun,

Please shine down on,

Please shine down on,

Please shine down on me!


What Do You Need?

To build a house

You need a block

To tell the time

You need a clock.

To open the door

You need to knock.

To sail a ship

You need a dock.

And to cover your foot

You need a sock.

Block, clock,

Tick Tock.

Knock, dock, sock!


1. Illustrate the poem. (Draw a picture)

2. Circle sight words. Those are the words you should know in a snap!

3. Practice reading the poem with a friend or family member.

I Am Freezing!

I am freezing! I am freezing!

From my bottom to my top,

all my teeth are clacking madly

and I cannot make them stop.

Oh I cannot feel my fingers,

and I cannot feel my toes,

now my cheeks are frozen solid,

and I think I’ve lost my nose!


1. Illustrate (draw pictures) the poem.

2. Circle rhyming words.

3. Circle and practice reading the sight words.

4. Practice reading the poem by yourself and with a family member or friend.

My Baby Brother

My baby brother’s beautiful,

So perfect and so tiny

His skin is soft and velvet brown,

His eyes are dark and shiny.

His hair is black and curled up tight,

His two new teeth are sharp and white

I like it when he chews his toes

And when he laughs, his dimple shows.


Oh, the places you’ll go!


Today is your day,

You're off to Great Places! 

You're off and away! 

You have brains in your head.

You have feet in your shoes.

You can steer yourself
any direction you choose.

You're on your own. And you know what you know.

And YOU are the guy who'll decide where to go.

Out there things can happen

and frequently do

to people as brainy

and footsy as you.

And when things start to happen, 

don't worry. Don't stew.

Just go right along.

You'll start happening too.



You'll be on your way up!

You'll be seeing great sites! 

You'll join the high fliers! 

who soar to high heights.

And will you succeed? 

Yes! You will indeed! 

(98 and 3/4 percent garanteed!) 


Today is your day! 

Your mountain is waiting.

So... get on your way!



We say, "Thank you."

We say, "Please."

We don't interrupt or tease.

We don't argue. We don't fuss.

We listen when folks talk to us.

We share our toys and take our turn.

Good manners aren't too hard to learn.

It's really easy, when you find.

Good manners means



Sad To See You Go

I’m glad I was your teacher

I’ve come to love you so.

I can’t believe the end is here.

I hate to see you go.

You’re such a superstar!

I mean that sincerely.

Remember all the fun we had

In all the things we did,

But, most of all remember…

You’re a very special kid!

Use these strategies to help you figure out tricky word when you are reading independently.

Below is a list of FREE websites you can go on to practice reading and math!

Math Games

Math Bingo!

Math Practice

Practice your addition, subtraction and multiplication facts here!

Basic Math and Phonics worksheets

PBS Kids

Spelling Practice

This website can be used to study for your spelling tests.



Password: PS007q


Enchanted Learning

Username: ps7teach

Password: PS007q

Time to Read!

  1. Click on one of the books below.

  2. Read the book 3 times. After you finish reading, draw a picture and write about your favorite part.

  3. If you are able to take a picture of your work and email it to us that would be great.! We would love to see it. If you are not able to email the work then bring it with you when we return to school.