1A: Mrs.Tschida

Mrs. Malek



Dear 1A families, please see the information below for plans regarding schoolwork during this break from class. If you have any questions about content, please do not hesitate to email me. Let me know how I can help. I pray that everyone stays safe, healthy and uses this time to enjoy their family. Don't forget to go outside, enjoy the weather each day! Enjoy Spring!


ctschida@sttimothyparish.org

Monday, March 30,2020

Journal: Reading Website: https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/ Browse, Week 6, Day 1 Henry and Mudge; go to Concept Talk Video; What treasures can we share with our neighbors?

Math: warm-up; lesson 93; Lesson 120...(Front) Review A.M. and P.M. (a.m. midnight to noon; usually awake during daylight; p.m. noon to midnight...usually getting darker). (Back) Fill month out ...help students spell the month and correctly fill in calendar starting on the correct day and knowing how many days are in the month of March. Part 6; helping students map the same shapes on the left on the graph on the right; using the blocks to help count for size. Congruent shapes!

Reading: https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/ Browse, Week 6, Day 1 Henry and Mudge; There are 3 sights to check out before having students complete workbook pages; go to Sound Spelling cards ( -ly, -ful); Decodable Reader ( This provides reading applying the two new suffixes added to words); Envision It! Animation: Main Idea and Details (This goes over Cause and Effect) Then have student complete workbook pages 489-491.

Social Studies: More with Maps: Teaching students how to use symbols to help us locate things on a map quicker or easier; Mudville have students find different places on map, streets and street names... Which direction would the horse move to go to the gated area? What directions and road names would the fire truck have to travel to get to the burning house? What things would the fire truck pass on its way to the burning house? Flip page over and Review Key: bottom left...and how they are important to help us locate things quicker and easier on a map. Then have student carefully read directions 1-7 and complete page 17; Learning About Symbols.

Religion: Reconciliation Is the sacrament we receive and celebrate God's Forgiveness. Object Lessons on God’s Love and Forgiveness

God’s love can soften the hardest heart

Perhaps you think you’ve sinned too much, and God could never forgive you. Maybe you have a friend to whom you’ve spoken about Jesus, but her heart is as hard as stone and she doesn’t want to ask Him for forgiveness and trust Him for salvation. Luckily for us, God’s love is so powerful, it can turn “hearts of stone” into “hearts of flesh”. Before you perform this experiment, share this verse with your students:

“I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you; I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.” (Ezekiel 36:26)

Perhaps it’s hard for your students to imagine how God could change a person’s heart. No worries– here’s a way to show them! Here’s what you’ll need:

Materials Needed:

  1. 2 eggs

  2. vinegar

  3. a glass

Directions:

A day or two before you are going to teach your Sunday School lesson, you’ll need to place one of the eggs into the glass, and fill it with vinegar. Let the egg sit in the vinegar. After 24 hours, it should be soft and yellowish. Rinse it off and bring it to class with the other egg. Show the students the hard egg and let them touch it. (You can boil it to avoid it breaking and making a mess in your class.) Ask them if there is any way to make this hard egg shell soft. Then, rinse off the softened egg and let the kids touch it and even bounce it on the table. Explain that this egg spent 24 hours in vinegar, which “magically” made it soft! When God’s love surrounds us, like the vinegar covered the egg, we can’t help but come out completely changed. His love softens even the hardest of hearts!

Science: Attachment from Mrs. Young will be forwarded with daily email.

Art: Visit Mrs. Frey's website; https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zYkuu-4U6aZ8krP7i4eKtcKZtyu_kexUuGs69JbV8NA/edit?usp=sharing

Students would normally have Art and Science Lab today!



Friday March 27, Parents,

Every Friday, we will have the opportunity to participate in a family activity. Of course, you aren't limited to only to Fridays.There will also be supplemental lessons that build upon what we've already learned, so as to provide extra family time. Today is a scheduled DFE Day, so a 1/2 Day...I hope you and your family enjoy!

Linked below is the April (Virtual) virtue assembly:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bduP-WC6aSo&feature=youtu.be

Friday's Enrichment:

http://sainttimothyschool.org/friday-enrichment/

Family Activity:

Have a picnic.

Grab a blanket and a basket full of goodies and head outside for a picnic lunch! It could take place in the comfort of your own backyard, or you could venture to a nearby park. Make your own homemade lemonade and these chocolate chip cookies for a real treat!

While you’re out together, be sure to take a moment to notice God’s beautiful creation. Find a quiet spot and sit down together. Say a prayer !

Thursday March 26, 2020

Journal: What is your favorite book and why? (3-4 sentences; picture to illustrate 3-4 colors)

Math: Warm - up lesson 92 (same page as yesterday); Math lesson 119( Indicated top right corner of the page). Students should be able to complete front side independently: Backside is to be oral listening: At seahorse: Mark under the circle that is divided into fourths, At starfish: Mark under the combination that does not belong, At the crab: Mark under the number that is not even, At the sea turtle: Mark under the number that is two more than five, At the sea anemone: Mark under the number that is three plus six, At the lobster: Mark under the number that is half of ten.

Reading: Review compound words and adjectives (words that usually come right before nouns and often are numbers describing the quantity of something): IF you go to reading site: https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/, go to browse, then Unit 4, Week 5, Day 3...there is a cute video about adjectives that should help before completing workbook pages 487-489

Social Studies: Complete Scholastic News Don't Mess With Daddy

Scholastic News: Scholastic News is built on a foundation of skills that reinforces curriculum and supports state standards. Throughout the year, students develop cross-curricular knowledge as well as core reading and writing skills. These articles are also great to use for a "book walk" where kids search for certain sounds, words, and spelling features like -ed or -ing endings. Please use our classroom password: cheetah1A

DOL: Lesson 6 (indicated at top of page with 6); Wednesday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as past 2 days)

Religion: Pages 222-223: God is always ready to forgive us: Have students read and then illustrate a picture of a time they were forgiven.

Students would normally have Music, Spanish and STEM (Please refer to Mrs. Salinas's web page and Senora Dee's Spanish pages, see below activity for STEM)

Special:

  • Can you build a house out of paper? Take a look at this link and watch the video! See if you can do the challenge! Parents send a picture of your child's finished product!


Wednesday March 25, 2020

Journal: Hopefully you read Peter's Chair yesterday...if not, please do so before journal writing today. Referring back to pages 168-169 Tell me why Peter brought his chair to his bedroom; use evidence from the story to explain why, 3-4 sentences (Illustrate a picture, using 3-4 colors).

Math: Warm - up lesson 91 (same page as yesterday); Math lesson 118( Indicated top right corner of the page). This is all review; make sure students are reading all directions and just try to review odd and even numbers, time to five minutes, when adding and subtracting two digit numbers; always begin work in the ones' column.

Reading: Review compound words: 2 words put together to make a long word... 1. Go to Reading website; https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/ Log in...Go to Browse, Go to Unit 4, Week 5, Day 2 , Scroll down to Read and Comprehend Section: Students can work on vocab activities Workbook pages 485-486 (Students can write a letter to me describing their schooling (3-4 sentences about things they are doing)

Social Studies: Ask what a map is used for (Helps find where things are) Review Directions (north, south, east, west) explain how we use directions to help us locate things on a map. Show them how to find something in room by using North, South, East, West commands (take two steps north, move 1 step east...) Complete Farmyard Fun and The Old West

DOL: Lesson 6 (indicated at top of page with 6); Tuesday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as past 2 days)

Religion: Pages 220-221; Read and discuss Jesus told us about God's Forgiveness

Students would normally have PE and Computer Lab! (I will send separate email from Ms. Zorn. Please look for Mr. McGarr's email on the school virtual web

Tuesday March 24, 2020

Journal: Look outside your window and write about the treasures you see, 3-4 sentences (Illustrate a picture, using 3-4 colors).

Math: Warm - up lesson 90 (same page as yesterday); Math lesson 117 ( Indicated top right corner of the page). This is all review; make sure students are reading all directions and just try to review odd and even numbers, time to five minutes (always look at hour hand first the shorter hand on the clock; minute hand longer hand - counting by five as we go around the clock)

Reading: Review compound words: 2 words put together to make 1 long word. Have student try to make a list of 5-10 compound words. Review 3 ways to get long u sound in a word: ew, ue, ui (word list to have students practice: few, crew, stew, blue, clue, due, suit, fruit, juice) 1. Go to Reading website; https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/ Log in...Go to Browse, Go to Unit 4, Week 5, Day 2 , Scroll down to Read and Comprehend Section: Have student try some activities from these sections; then read and comprehend the (the 3rd box in this section) Workbook pages 477-480 (Students can write a letter to me describing their schooling (3-4 sentences about things they are doing)

Social Studies: (we would normally have Guidance today; building relationships) Have your student create and design a map of their house ; if this presents challenging to do whole house have student do one room or one section of the house label it North, South, East, West - they can present to family at dinner

DOL: Lesson 6 (indicated at top of page with 6); Monday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as past 2 days) Experiement at home: (optional)

. Reflect a rainbow.

What you need: Glass of water, sheet of white paper, sunlight.

What to do: Fill the glass all the way to the top with water. Put the glass of water on a table so that it is half on the table and half off the table (make sure that the glass doesn’t fall!) Then, make sure that the sun can shine through the glass of water. Next, place the white sheet of paper on the floor. Adjust the piece of paper and the glass of water until a rainbow forms on the paper.

How does this happen? Explain to students that light is made up of many colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. When light passes through the water, it is broken up into all of the colors seen in a rainbow.

If you would like: Record and share!

Religion: Talk with your children about how Jesus and his teachings are the way of the world. All week have your child look through any old magazines and make a collage of ways people are spreading the light of Christ. (Help students reflect on ways they have followed or not followed Jesus...Help students to focus on how the holy spirit guides us to learn to) After discussion have students fold paper into fourths and illustrate 2 ways they followed Jesus, 2 ways they did not (sentence on how they can do what is right and clean up mistakes)-helping them understand that God is always willing to forgive and seeking forgiveness is what helps us grow.

Good Discussion Starter for Students: For Lent, it is good to CLEAR OUT the things in our lives that we don’t really need—things that get in the way of following Jesus. For example, maybe you watch TV or play video games a lot. Why not put them away for a while and use that extra time to pray.

For Lent, it is good to ask ourselves, “Have I made any mistakes or messes that I need to clean up? Do I need to apologize to someone for something I said or did? Do I need to ask God to forgive me?

Students would normally have Guidance, Library, and Spanish! (Mrs. Lutter posted her work on her virtual page...Senora Dee put a Spanish packet in student's folder)

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Monday March 23, 2020

Journal: https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/ Log in, Go to Browse, Go to Unit 4, Week 5, Day 1, Concept Talk VIdeo then What treasures can we see at home? ( Illustrate a picture with at least 2-3 colors).

Math: packet 1; lesson 116 (indicated in top right corner) (usually do a 10 minute review about thermometers (how to read them, putting numbers in order from least to greatest)counting money (use pocket money or change from around the house) remind students to watch their signs (+.-) and to begin all work in the ones' column, telling time, and fractions half, thirds, quarters, whole...then have students work independently) When you get to section 7 say these math sentences no more than 2 times: A. 4+5 B. 10-4 C. 2+4+5 D. 3+3+3 E. 9-5 F. 4+7-4

Reading: (We'll come back to the other two workbook pages from Southern Ranch later this week) 1. Go to Reading website; https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/ Log in...Go to Browse, Go to Unit 4, Week 5, Day 1 You will work from Sound-Spelling Cards (Review), Exit (top left), Go to Decodable Reader and have student read through story. Workbook pages 473-475 (This can take 45 minutes to an hour)

Social Studies: What is a Map? (should be after Compass Rose sheets) (A map is a drawing of a place above. A map show where things are: Have students listen and follow directions from the bottom (Students could draw a map of their room and compare) Flip over and talk about places on a map (A map is a drawing of a place from above...using the map fill in the blanks to complete the sentences).

DOL: Lesson 5 (indicated at top of page with 5); Thursday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as past 2 days) Experiement at home:


What you need: Glass jar, small strainer, water, ice cubes.

What to do: Fill the jar completely with hot water for about a minute. Pour out almost all the water, leaving about 1 inch in the jar. Place the strainer over the top of the jar. Place 3-4 ice cubes in the strainer. As the cold air from the ice cubes collides with the warm, moist air in the bottle, the water will condense and fog will form.

If you would like: Record and share!

Don't forget: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as past 2 days)

Religion: Talk with your children about how Jesus and his teachings are the way of the world. All week have your child look through any old magazines and make a collage of ways people are spreading the light of Christ. (about 15 minutes each day 1-3 pictures (write a caption under each picture of how Christ is lighting the world)

Students would normally have Art and Science Lab mtoday! (Mrs. Frye posted her work on her virtual page...see Mrs. Frye's virtual page)

Friday March 20, 2020

Journal: What is your favorite thing about your house? Why (Minimum of 3 sentences...picture of your favorite part of your house 2-3 colors).

Math: packet 1; lesson 115 (indicated in top right corner) (usually do a 10 minute review...then have students work independently)

Reading: 1. Go to Reading website; posted below. 2. Log in and go to Browse: Go to Unit 4; Go to Week 4: Go to Day 3...scroll down to to Read and Comprehend (there is an online addition of our weekly story, remind students of special sounds in words as they are reading aloud). Workbook pages 463, 465-466 (This can take 30-45 minutes to an hour)

Social Studies: None

DOL: Lesson 5 (indicated at top of page with 5); Wednesday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as past 2 days)

Religion: Stations of the Cross Book https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzmhyTP2juE&t=8s ; info@arlingtondiocese.org (live stream masses)


Students would normally have Guidance, Mass, Adoration, and PE today! (I will send a seperate email from Miss Zorn).

Thursday March 19, 2020

Journal: Happy Spring! See notes under Science too (https://jr.brainpop.com) Spring is finally here...tell me what Spring makes you feel, tell what see in the Spring, and last tell me what you like to do in the Spring. Three sentences and a picture with at least three colors.

Math: packet 1; lesson 114 (indicated in top right corner) (usually do a 10 minute review...then have students work independently)

Reading: 1. Go to Reading website; posted below. 2. Log in and go to Browse: Go to Unit 4; Go to Week 4: Go to Day 2...scroll down to to Get Ready to Read practice kn (silent k) like in knot and wr (silent w) like in wrinkle. This is a new letter pattern for students. Please practice reading some words with pattern. Packet 1: A Southern Ranch... workbook pages 461-462 ( review long i patter ie, igh) (This can take 30 minutes to an hour)

Social Studies: compass rose; 2nd B sheet in map section Review directions from yesterday...have students label North, South, East, West and then help them label Northeast, Souteast, Northwest, Southwest on 2nd Compass Rose Sheet with blanks.

DOL: Lesson 5 (indicated at top of page with 5); Tuesday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes; same as yesterday) ALSO go to Brainpop; click on weather; click on Spring (5 minute video) This will help with writing too (Journal Section)

Religion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnPHfXOfDzQ (20 minute video of Saint Joseph); Prayer to St. Joseph

Students would normally have Music and Spanish today! Check out Spanish work from Senoria Dee in packet!

(Morning Prayer)

Eternal Father, I offer Thee, the most precious blood of Thy Divine Son, Jesus, in union with the masses said throughout the world today, for all the Holy Souls in purgatory, for sinners everywhere, for sinners in the universal Church, those in my own home, and within my family.

Noon Prayer:

Angelus Prayer at noon everyday! The Angel of the Lord, declared unto Mary, and she conceived by the Holy Spirit Hail Mary....

Behold the handmaid of the Lord, be it done unto me according to Thy word Hail Mary...

(genuflect) and the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us Hail Mar..

.Let us pray,,,,pour forth we beseech thee O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we, to whom the incarnation of Thy Son, was made known by the message of an Angel, may by His passion and Cross be brought to the glory of His resurrection, through the same Christ, our Lord. Amen

End of the day prayer:


Thank you Lord for the blessing of this day. Forgive me my sins and poor choices. Please help me to do better tomorrow. I ask this through the intercession of St. Timothy. O blood and water which gushed forth from the heart of Jesus, as a fount of mercy for us, I trust in You!

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Preview YouTube video Saint Joseph (of Bethlehem) / My Catholic Family

Saint Joseph (of Bethlehem) / My Catholic Family

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Journal: Go to reading website; posted below. Log in and go to Unit 4; Day 1...scroll down to Concept talk video. Students should preview video and write a journal response with a picture (3-5 sentences (complete thoughts) and at least 3 colors in their picture) (about 10-15 minutes, then we share what we wrote)

Math: packet 1; lesson 113 (indicated in top right corner) (usually do a 10 minute review...then have students work independently)

Reading: 1. Go to Reading website; posted below. 2. Log in and go to Unit 4; Day 1...scroll down to to decodable spelling; practice igh and ie words. 3. go back and scroll down to decodable reader (there are words with the igh and ie spelling pattern...help students read and recogize pattern of long i in words. Packet 1: A Southern Ranch... workbook pages 457-459 (long i; igh and ie ) (This can take 30 minutes to an hour)

Social Studies: compass rose; top sheet in map section This is a new concept...just teaching four main cardinal direction North, South, East, West. Have fun do verbal directions with students locating different items in the room by giving directions using 2 steps North, now 1 step east, etc. (about 20 minutes in class)

DOL: Lesson 5 (indicated at top of page with 5); Monday only

Science: weather journal in blue folder: daily pictures by observing (about 10 minutes) Example below

Religion: Read about St. Patrick;

St. Patrick was a missionary to Ireland in the 5th century. There are many legends and tales about how he brought Christianity to the island including how he used the shamrock to explain the Christian trinity. It is believed he died on March 17, 461.

Hundreds of years later, around the 9th century, people in Ireland began celebrating the Feast of St. Patrick on March 17th each year. This holiday continued as a serious religious holiday in Ireland for hundreds of years.

In the 1700s the holiday began to become popular with Irish-Americans wanting to celebrate their heritage. The first St. Patrick's Day parade was held on March 17, 1762 in New York City.

Fun Facts About Saint Patrick's Day

  • It was named the "Friendliest Day of the Year" by the Guinness Book of World Records.

  • Legend has it that St. Patrick stood on a hill in Ireland and banished all the snakes from the island.

  • The fountain in front of the White House is sometimes dyed green in honor of the day.

  • Other names for the holiday include the Feast of St. Patrick, St. Paddy's Day, and St. Patty's Day.

  • In 1991 March was proclaimed Irish-American Heritage Month in the United States.

  • Around 150,000 people participate in the New York City parade.

  • The streets of downtown Rolla, Missouri are painted green for the day.

  • According to the 2003 census, there are 34 million Irish-Americans. Nineteen presidents of the United States claim to have some Irish heritage.


HW: at least 2 workbook pages; I do not have a teacher handbook for this, so just have students practice 2 pages per day. (10 -15 minutes focus on students starting at top and forming letters correctly)

Note: Students would normally have Computers and PE tomorrow. Be sure to check Ms. Zorn's site and Mr. McGarr's too!











Morning prayer

Eternal Father, I offer Thee, the most precious blood of Thy Divine Son, Jesus, in union with the masses said throughout the world today, for all the Holy Souls in purgatory, for sinners everywhere, for sinners in the universal Church, those in my own home, and within my family.

Noon prayer:

Angelus Prayer at noon everyday! The Angel of the Lord, declared unto Mary, and she conceived by the Holy Spirit Hail Mary....

Behold the handmaid of the Lord, be it done unto me according to Thy word Hail Mary...

(genuflect) and the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us Hail Mar..

.Let us pray,,,,pour forth we beseech thee O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we, to whom the incarnation of Thy Son, was made known by the message of an Angel, may by His passion and Cross be brought to the glory of His resurrection, through the same Christ, our Lord. Amen

End of the day prayer:

Thank you Lord for the blessing of this day. Forgive me my sins and poor choices. Please help me to do better tomorrow. I ask this through the intercession of St. Timothy. O blood and water which gushed forth from the heart of Jesus, as a fount of mercy for us, I trust in You!






RAZKids: Online guided reading program with interactive books and reading quizzes. Our class is familiar with RAZKids and uses it during L.A. center time. I know many families use this resource already but if you'd rather limit your child's screen time, reading regular books is always encouraged! My username is ctschida1a, and your child's password is their lunch pin. Your child should know how to log on but please let me know if you're having trouble accessing. I'll be tracking your child's progress and will comment and reward them as they read and respond to texts:

https://www.kidsa-z.com/main/Login?_ga=2.175874213.666359127.1584142161-523887917.1568156466


Reading Book/

https://www.pearsonrealize.com/index.html#/

  • Username: sts+student PIN (eg. sts1234)

  • Password: tigers2027


BrainPopJr: BrainPOP invites students to discover, play, and create, enriching and deepening their understanding of topics across the curriculum. BrainPOP aligns all topics to U.S. state standards. We've used some of these videos to support instruction: For access please use username: stsbrainpop and the password: stsbrainpop2020

https://jr.brainpop.com


Scholastic News: Scholastic News is built on a foundation of skills that reinforces curriculum and supports state standards. Throughout the year, students develop cross-curricular knowledge as well as core reading and writing skills. These articles are also great to use for a "book walk" where kids search for certain sounds, words, and spelling features like -ed or -ing endings. Please use our classroom password: cheetah1A

https://digital.scholastic.com/resources/classpasscode/?app=sn1&state=%2Fhome-page-logged-out.html&role=classroom


Religion Object Lessons on God’s Love and Forgiveness

1. God’s love can soften the hardest heart

Perhaps you think you’ve sinned too much, and God could never forgive you. Maybe you have a friend to whom you’ve spoken about Jesus, but her heart is as hard as stone and she doesn’t want to ask Him for forgiveness and trust Him for salvation. Luckily for us, God’s love is so powerful, it can turn “hearts of stone” into “hearts of flesh”. Before you perform this experiment, share this verse with your students:

“I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you; I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.” (Ezekiel 36:26)

Perhaps it’s hard for your students to imagine how God could change a person’s heart. No worries– here’s a way to show them! Here’s what you’ll need:

Materials Needed:

  1. 2 eggs

  2. vinegar

  3. a glass

Directions:

A day or two before you are going to teach your Sunday School lesson, you’ll need to place one of the eggs into the glass, and fill it with vinegar. Let the egg sit in the vinegar. After 24 hours, it should be soft and yellowish. Rinse it off and bring it to class with the other egg. Show the students the hard egg and let them touch it. (You can boil it to avoid it breaking and making a mess in your class.) Ask them if there is any way to make this hard egg shell soft. Then, rinse off the softened egg and let the kids touch it and even bounce it on the table. Explain that this egg spent 24 hours in vinegar, which “magically” made it soft! When God’s love surrounds us, like the vinegar covered the egg, we can’t help but come out completely changed. His love softens even the hardest of hearts!



Formed.org (Directions how to get it)

My Catholic Kids

Grammar

https://www.education.com/resources/first-grade/grammar/

Special:

  • Can you build a house out of paper? Take a look at this link and watch the video! See if you can do the challenge! Parents send a picture of your child's finished product!



Thank you to Will for putting his best effort forward to 1A's new way of learning! Miss you all!!!

Love the St. Tim's Spirit!!!


Love seeing the hard work with your buddy!


Cool paper houses