KB: Mrs. Turner

Dear Parents,

Below is our daily schedule. Our routine is well-established in our classroom, so students should be able to complete their TIGER binder routine with relative ease. We use Starfall (https://www.starfall.com/h/holiday/calendar/?sn=main) for our calendar.

Daily: (Please practice the following routines as we do them in class)

*Stand and say your prayers & the Pledge of Allegiance

(Sign of the Cross, Hail Mary & Our Father)

*Pray for any special intentions

*Review your Alphabet Sound Chart (In Binder)

*Recite your Number Chart 1 - 100 (In Binder)

*Review days of the week in English and Spanish (In Binder) and the months of the year ----We haven't learned them in Spanish yet, but Jack Hartmann has a great video if they're wanting to learn it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK9jD3gWhxU **Any of his videos are great for them watch. Our class particularly loves any video on subitizing or pirate addition. **

*Pray Bless Us Oh Lord before each meal

*Read at least 20 minutes every day (Sight Word books, Raz Kids, hard copy books or other ideas).

March 31, 2020 (Day 10)

Flip Grid Assignment:

For tomorrow's assignment, I would like for you to record your own version of Little Quack to share with friends. It can be as silly as you want! I made mine into a story about lipstick. Parents, work with whatever you have!! There is a five minute time limit, but don't feel like you have to use the entire slot. I wanted to give plenty of time. My goal in this assignment is to check for their understanding of part-part-whole before we move on to more challenging addition facts in the future. They may use up to 15 as their whole. Be warned, it would take some time. I did 6 as my whole. Let me know if you have any questions about this assignment. I will post the link below. I won't assign Flip Grids every day either, so please don't worry about that! I want the kids to get comfortable with using the app. I hope y'all enjoy creating these as much as I enjoy watching them!!

https://flipgrid.com/ce9e41bc

Language Arts

Using the paper provided to you in your packet called “ABC’s IN A BAG”, please cut out each letter square. Keep them safe in a small Ziploc bag after you use them today. WE WILL USE THESE OFTEN and AGAIN, so please do not glue them at this time.

Scramble up the letters and then sort them back into ABC order. Once you have A to Z, touch each letter as you say (or sing) the alphabet. Now, go backwards! Say the alphabet from Z to A. Touch each letter as you go!

For fun, lay your letters on the carpet. As you say them, in between each letter, clap your hands once. A, clap, B, clap, C, clap. Then go backwards, Z, jump, Y, jump, X, jump!

Save these letters in a bag. We will use them again and often! Please take good care of them 😊

Math: Graphing - (Written as day 4 in your packet; You should see snails, sunflowers and flower pots)

Students will demonstrate how to classify objects. Have them cross out one object at a time as they color. Please don’t have them count the entire group and color at once. Remember to write your first and last name!

Math Follow Up:

Click on the link below to go to ABCYa. Students will play the game called “Fuzz Bugs Graphing.” It will have them sort by color, then ask the total group, how many of each color, etc.

https://www.abcya.com/games/fuzz_bugs_graphing


Religion-- Please print out the stations attached!

For the next 5 days, your child will be reviewing and/or learning about The Stations of the Cross. I will include a link for you to view and have a discussion about each Station. There will be 3 Stations a day, so that this will be completed before Holy Thursday. Please note, I do not read or use all of the words on the Online presentation slides of the Stations. I keep the wording of each Station more kindergarten friendly.

Stations 1, 2 and 3 will be introduced today. https://www.loyolapress.com/our-catholic-faith/liturgical-year/lent/stations-of-the-cross/multimedia-stations-of-the-cross-for-children

Say this to your child:

Station 1: Jesus is punished for our sins. Have your child repeat this sentence.

Ask the question, Why you think Jesus was punished? Listen to their answers….Then say to them, some people did not like that Jesus was talking about God. How would you feel if you couldn’t talk about God and His goodness? It was because Jesus talked about God, that he was punished.

Many people were sad.

Station 2: Jesus receives the cross. It is made of wood and is very heavy for him to carry. Have your child repeat these 2 sentences.

Think of carrying something very heavy and doing it all by yourself. That would be so hard, but this is exactly what Jesus did. He knew that even though this was very difficult, he had the strength of God with him.

Station 3: Jesus falls for the first time. Have your child repeat this sentence.

Jesus falls to the ground and people “mock” him. KC kids know what mock means! If they forgot, mock means to make fun of someone or something. Some people laughed when Jesus fell.

Ask your child was that nice for people to laugh at Jesus? Why not? What would you say or do if you saw Jesus fall?

FOLLOW UP: Have your child think about these first 3 Stations.

Say an “Our Father” for Jesus.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITY: HAVE YOUR CHILD COLOR AND CUT OUT THE STATIONS 1,2, AND 3 CAREFULLY. THESE STATIONS CAN STAND UP ONCE PUT TOGETHER.

Specials: Computer with Mr. McGarr

https://sites.google.com/sttimothyparish.org/3-5-virtual-curriculum/specials/technology-mr-mcgarr


March 30, 2020 (Day 9)

Dear Parents,

I hope everyone has had a relaxing weekend! For tomorrow's "Mondays with Mrs. McLaughlin," we will listen to Big Dog, Little Dog. You can watch it here. Enjoy!

We will continue to have our weekly Zoom on Monday at 1:30. Before that meeting, I ask that families log onto Flip Grid (either app or website), and complete the following list below! That way, I'll be able to answer any questions in the Zoom meeting with several parents and kids present. I can activate the "share screen feature" on my end and show everyone how to use it.

*** Instead of doing a show and share on our Zoom, the kids will be able to share it with all of their friends in a pre-recorded video on Flip Grid.***

Flip Grid!

Click this link here to find out how you can get started with FlipGrid! Our class code is: turnersllamas

I have attached a copy of each child's QR code in my email. If you have the free app downloaded on your phone or other smart device, you can scan it directly from your phone, OR you can type in the code turnersllamas and then your child's lunch ID number to be logged into the system.

Below is the link to tomorrow's assignment. Your child can record a video (up to two minutes) with a message to their friends and show one treasured item with at least three facts about it. Note: You must activate their account first by scanning the QR code or logging in with the class code and lunch ID #. Additionally, please note that I have it set to "Moderated," so I will watch each video before it is approved. No one outside of our classroom family will be able to see these videos!

https://flipgrid.com/a626a70d


Here is the link for our weekly scheduled Zoom:

Kirby Turner is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: KB Meeting Week #3 (3/30/20)

Time: Mar 30, 2020 01:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/573792387\

Meeting ID: 573 792 387

Language Arts:

Cut and Sort #23 (Letter Recognition: Nn, Pp, Ii)

Start on the page that has the 3 letters with writing lines, please write each letter 2 additional times in your best handwriting. Above, in the small rectangle space, draw a picture of something that starts with that letter. You will do this for each of these letters, once for upper case and once for lower case. Then, cut the squares on the other page. Do your best to cut on the lines. Sort the letters and glue them under the correct letter on the back of the 1 st page. Watch your glue – one dot is enough. Then, listen to Alphardy on YouTube here.

You can play a matching game with upper and lower case letters here!

Remember: "B has a big belly." and "D wears a dirty diaper."


Math: Lesson 8.10- Continue to Find the Missing Part of 10 (Green Math-Solve & Share Packet)

Students will demonstrate how to find a missing part of 10, using drawings, counters, fingers, etc. to help them solve a ten-frame with the appropriate, matching equation.

Follow directions at the bottom of each page. You can use any item around your house (legos, socks, coins, etc.) instead of cubes. These help the students as they work through the problems.

Remember:

*Write your First and Last name

*Make sure your numbers are in the correct formation

*Give it your best effort!

Math Follow Up:

Give your child seven small objects like coins, cheerios or beans. Ask your child to add objects until they have ten total. Then ask your child to say the equation (7 + 3 = 10). Repeat this activity by starting with a group of 4, 8, 9, 2, etc. to get to ten objects total.


Religion:

Thank God for the Blessings He has given us! Make up a special prayer for Him. : )

God’s Love Is So Wonderful video link Watch and try to sing along… it’s fun!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju38Sdc2cSg

With parental permission, If you have sidewalk chalk, go outside and draw wonderful things that God has given us! Rainbows, trees, flowers, etc! If you don’t have sidewalk chalk, act out something God has given us! Sprout like a flower, twirl like leaves in the wind, anything you can think of!

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat it : "Thank you God for our wonderful world and everything in it. Amen."

Specials: PE

A Note from Ms.Z:

Dear Kindergarten Families,

Good morning! Please start today’s lesson with the usual running warm-up followed by stretches.

For P.E. class today I would like your child to do the attached workout video. This video does a variety of exercises and will keep your child moving. I enjoyed doing it and encourage family members to participate along with your child. Also, during the rest time in between exercises please encourage your child to either walk or jog in place.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8jI4RnHHf0&t=1125s

Please make sure your child is staying up to date on his or her exercise log

Have a great day!

Miss Z

March 27, 2020 (Day 8)

Dear Parents,

Every Friday, our llamas will have the opportunity to participate in a family activity. They certainly aren't limited only to Fridays.There will also be supplemental lessons that build upon what we've already been learning, or simply to provide extra family time. 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

Family Activity:

Go on a walk with your family. You can even plan a picnic or bring bird food along. 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 or sit quietly like we do we in Adoration.

SUGGESTED/OPTIONAL:

  • Daily Routine with TIGER Binder

Math: Before your family walk, check the time before you leave and when you get back. How long were you gone? Kinders need to be able to tell time to the hour and half-hour. I will link super fun and catchy videos below for telling time. Enjoy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6tJAy_7AL4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaVgBjVh4b8


  • Social Studies: Practice your home address and phone number. Notice the street names and numbers of your neighbors.

  • Religion/Language Arts: Upon returning from your family walk, have your child write a list on the lined paper with the picture box. What did you see? What did God show you? Illustrate your sentence and make sure to add lots of details.

March 26, 2020 (Day 7)

For today's "Literature with Leo," we will be reading one of my absolute favorite books. I know that several llamas also adore this pinkatastic book! Inside are all things gold. Can you guess what book it might be? (Character day was Tuesday, but we will be celebrating it today (3/26) since Mr. Scoffone read us a story that day). You can watch today's video here!

Language Arts:

Log onto World Book online/Follow this link:

https://www.worldbookonline.com/wbel/#/stories/bk000041/en-US?category=wildanimals

This story is called "A Perfect Pet." The students in the class want to pick a good pet for their class. Read along and see what they choose.

On your writing paper with the picture box, copy and complete the following sentence:

My perfect class pet would be a ______________________ because _____________________.

Illustrate the pet you picked and draw it in the setting of our classroom. Don’t forget to add some of yourself and your classmates in your picture

Math: Subtraction (Written as Day 3 in their math packet.)

This Math lesson will act as a review of subtracting or “taking away” part of a group and to correctly form numbers. Remind them to start at the top line when creating a number!

Math Follow Up:

Have your child play “Balloon Pop” on abcya.com. The link is below:

https://www.abcya.com/games/subtraction_game


Religion: Images of Jesus

Many churches have images of Jesus on their stained glass windows. Images of Jesus might also be in our homes. ( A cross, a statue or painting of Jesus, books about Jesus, jewelry with a cross, etc.)

These images help to remind us to live as Jesus wants us to live.

Activity: Draw a picture of a church with stained glass windows. Add yourself and Jesus. Use washable markers, crayons, or colored pencils! Don’t forget to start in pencil and add details to your picture. : ) Finish this sentence: "My stained glass windows remind me that Jesus……" (See Kindergarten lined paper attachment)

Religion and Math activity: Go through your house and look for images of Jesus. Make tally marks of the images of Jesus that you find. Write the number too : ) Any paper will do!

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat: "Thank you Lord for all You do for me. I am safe with You. Amen."

March 25, 2020 (Day 6)

Language Arts: Words their Way

Cut and Sort #22 (Letter Recognition: Tt, Gg and Ee)

Start on the page that has the 3 letters with writing lines, please write each letter 2 additional times in your best handwriting. Above, in the small rectangle space, draw a picture of something that starts with that letter. You will do this for each of these letters, once for uppercase and once for lower case.

Then, cut the squares on the other page. Do your best to cut on the lines. Sort the letters and glue them under the correct letter on the back of the 1st page. Watch your glue – one dot is enough. Use your "baby sharks" to help you open and close the glue. If you see the fake glue dot, then it's closed. Our llamas will know what this means!


Math: Lesson 8.9- Find the Missing Part of 10 (Green Math-Solve & Share Packet)

Students demonstrate ways to make 10 by coloring groups of ten cubes, with two different colors. Make sure that the students keep their groups together!

**Keep the groups together. You do NOT want to create a pattern!**

Follow directions at the bottom of each page. You can use any item around your house (legos, socks, coins, etc.) instead of cubes. These help the students as they work through the problems.

Remember:

*Write your First and Last name

*Make sure your numbers are in the correct formation

*Give it your best effort!

Math Follow Up:

Play a guessing game! Take ten objects and have your child count them, placing one object into your hand at a time. Example: One (puts lego in hand), two (another lego), three (another lego), four… and so on. Then, pick a group of objects and put them behind your back. Have your child count the objects remaining in one hand and “guess” how many are behind your back. Remind them that it will equal ten!

Religion: We Thank God for His Love

Ask your child to think of ways we show someone that we care and love them. Some examples you might want to discuss: taking care of someone who is very young or old, STS Food Pantry helping other families we don’t even know by giving food to people in need, praying for others.

Using a BLANK sheet of paper (copy paper, construction paper, anything you have on hand) and DRAW a large Cross. Have your child the Cross out. Remind them to do their best cutting. *** I will include a photo of proper scissor grip as an attachment. ***

You will be adding pictures inside of the Cross, so make sure it is wide too. Draw pictures showing your love to God and others. Don’t forget to start in pencil. Use crayons, markers or colored pencils! You may also choose to glue items onto the Cross (flowers, stickers etc) Have fun and make your Cross BEAUTIFUL!

Share your Cross with your family. Tell them about the pictures you drew and/or items you glued. Find a special place in your home to look at your Cross throughout the day.

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat: "Thank you God for loving and caring for me. I love you too! Help me to care for others. Amen."

March 24, 2020 (Day 5)

Language Arts:

Watch the Read Aloud of Do Not Open This Book https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbI5-L3shis Depending on your browser, there may be ads. Just a heads up!

See how the storyteller used the puppet to help her read this book? Make a puppet to help you read your favorite book. Use an old sock, paper bag or whatever you have around the house. You can even use your favorite stuffed animal to help you read! Happy storytelling!

Math: Addition (Day 2 of your packet-- You should see flowers)

For this page, students are asked to model, or draw, counters to solve the addition problem. I suggest drawing circles, squares or other simple objects. This way, it is easier to erase mistakes and to have enough wiggle room for all counters to fit in the section. Students can use their fingers, draw a number line or count in their head to check over their work.

Remember:

*Write your First and Last name

*Make sure your numbers are in the correct formation

*Give it your best effort!

Math Follow Up:

Have your child collect a handful of small, random items from your house or from outside. Have your child sort them into two groups. It could be by color, size, shape, etc. Then have them record that number sentence. Repeat as needed.


Religion: Let’s Celebrate Jesus is Our Friend

Remind your child that Jesus is ALWAYS with them. Give a few minutes of quiet time for your child to pray silently or out loud.

Look at the pictures of different scenes on pg 231. Talk about those pictures. Notice the words Jesus in the Morning. These are words to a song. Listen to the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xvoyvsmdn_U

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat it

“Dear Lord Jesus Thank you for my friends who share, and care about me. Help me to be a good friend too. Amen.”


Specials: Computer

Objective: Reinforce the block programming lessons and continue to work on typing skills. .

Plan:

  • Even though we have covered similar lessons I like to reinforce it. Normally I would walk them through it but this video will work. Please play this video before they start:

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THOEQ5soVpY

  • Students should focus on typing skills and work on other academic skills using the computer during this virtual period. Please allow the students to enter the website and attempt to locate the internet. Feel free to help them with this part.

  • Once online, the students should be able to search for code.org

  • Next they will look for Hour of Code.

  • Scroll down and look for the Angry Birds or Classic Maze game. (see link below)

Outcome:

  • This could be a little challenging since with the break we have not focused too much on coding. We are going to focus more on it as it grows mouse skills, following directions, and logic.

March 23, 2020 (Day 4)

Language Arts/Math:

Get out your library book from your last visit to Mrs. Lutter's Library (or another book if you don't have a library book). Make sure the book is not a sight word/small book, but one that may be a bit more challenging to read.

Look through the book. Track each word (touch each word as you try to read it). Count how many sight words you can find. Make a list of the following words and make tally marks for how many times you count them: THE, AND, FOR, YOU, IT.

Remember with tally marks - one, two, three, four and cross diagonally for five. Then space a bit and start another group.


Math: Lesson 8.4-Fluently Add and Subtract to 5 (Green Math-Solve & Share Packet)

Students can solve addition equations in their own way (model, finger, counters [cheerios, legos, blocks,etc.], etc.). Ask them “What are some ways you can solve addition and subtraction problems?” Possible answers: Draw a picture, use objects, count on, or count back.


Follow directions at the bottom of each page. You can use any item around your house (legos, socks, coins, etc.) instead of cubes. These help the students as they work through the problems.


Math Follow Up:

Show your child the equation 2 + 3 = ? Have them solve the problem any way they choose. Then have your child explain how to solve the problem. Continue to provide your child with a variety of # + # = ? and have them explain their reasoning.


Religion: Ch 26

Introduce the booklet on pg 229 called "Always with Us"

Tell them that this booklet will help them remember Jesus.

Read each page in the booklet and have your child repeat each page back to you.


Invite your child to talk about each picture, mentioning what is happening and how they feel about it. Tell your child that no matter what happens, Jesus is with us always.

Follow Up: Using the paper called, Jesus is our forever friend, Draw a picture of yourself with your family and/or friends. Be sure to draw Jesus too. : ) Use pencil first, then color neatly. Make sure you have details (Are you outside? Remember things you see outside….apple trees, sun, etc)

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat it

"Dear Lord Jesus, Thank you for the gift of family and friends. Amen."

March 20, 2020 (Day 3)

Language Arts:

Watch the Read Aloud of The Bravest Fish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9qCa0wntIY Depending on your browser, there may be ads. Just a heads up!

Using the lined paper (Page 3/4), answer the following questions:

What is the Title of this story?

Who is the Main Character? (Who is the story mostly about?)

Is this Fiction or Non-Fiction? (Make believe or True?)

What is the Setting? (Majority of the story took place where?)

https://kindermomma.com/wp-content/uploads/woocommerce_uploads/2019/06/Kindergarten-Lined-Paper.pd


Math: Lesson 8.3-Reasoning (Green Math-Solve & Share Packet)

This Math lesson teaches students how to use manipulatives (objects) and tell a story to show an equation communicate mathematical ideas. Be sure to ask whether the equation is addition or subtraction. Ask them how they know!

Follow directions at the bottom of each page. You can use any item around your house (legos, socks, coins, etc.) instead of cubes. These help the students as they work through the problems.

Remember:

*Write your First and Last name

*Make sure your numbers are in the correct formation

*Give it your best effort!


Math Follow Up:

Tell your child one simple addition and one subtraction story. Have them solve the problem by drawing models (balls, people, ice cream cones, squares, etc.) For example: There are four friends playing at the beach. Three more friends join them. How many friends are there altogether? The equation would be 4 + 3 = 7. Another example: Sally is having a birthday party. There are ten pieces of cake. They eat six pieces. How many are left over? The equation would be 10 - 6 = 4.


Religion Chapter 26-Jesus Shares his friendship with us

Read pg 227, The Scripture Verse: Matthew 28:20 to your child.

Using crayons, color the Message in the Sand, “I am with you always” on pg 227

Read the question on pg 228, How can you thank Jesus for being your friend?

Help your child read aloud what it says on each seashell and discuss ways you can do each of those things on the shells. Color the shells.

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat it: "Dear Lord Jesus, Thank you for being my friend. Help me to be kind, to share, and to help others. Amen."


Specials:

Link to Mrs. Frey's Art Plans:

https://sites.google.com/sttimothyparish.org/3-5-virtual-curriculum/specials/art-mrs-frey


March 19, 2020 (Day 2)

Dear Parents,

Below I have attached today's lessons. We will also have our second episode of Literature with Leo. Click the link to watch here! We will be talking about changes all around us. It is also a good opportunity to check in with your llama and see how they are feeling.

Language Arts/Social Studies:

Log onto World Book Online:

https://www.worldbookonline.com/wbel/#/stories/bk000037/en-US?category=trek

Username: stsathome

Password: tigerathome

(If you’ve already logged on to World Book Online, use this link or follow the step by step instructions below: https://www.worldbookonline.com/wbel/#/story/bk000024/en-US)

If you haven’t already logged on:

Click on the “Early Learning” tab

Click on “Stories”

Click the Picture icon of “Trek” (he looks like a scarecrow)

Find the story titled: “Keeping In Touch”

Click Read and Listen to the story

When finished, use writing paper with a picture box. Think about what you have been doing these last few days. Write a letter to someone you don’t live with (maybe a classmate, friend, relative). Tell them about what you’ve been doing. Draw a picture to go with what you have written. Make sure you have hair, hands and clothing! Don’t forget the setting and details! Ask Mom and Dad to help you address the envelope. Try learning your address too.

Try starting with the following:

Dear ______________,

Today I….

Math: Counting (Written as Day 1 in their math packet. You should see some baseball bats, chicks, buttons, etc. on it)

This Math lesson will act as a review of counting and correctly forming the numbers. Remind them to start at the top line when creating a number! Be sure to write your first and last name!

Math Follow Up:

Have your child count the number of food items on their plate during snack, lunch, dinner, etc. They can tally the numbers up. If they are wanting a challenge, hand your child some paper and a clipboard or piece of paper on top of a book/binder. Any hard, portable surface will do! Think of items around your house (or outside) that your child can “hunt” for. Draw a basic picture and have your child tally the number of items up.

This video can help them with tally marks:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pEA3w8SQws


Religion: Chapter 26- Jesus Is Our Friend

Read pg 225 to your child. Ask your child: How do you spend time with your friends?

Read pg 226 Jesus had many friends and the Read Along, The Scripture Verse: John 21:4-13

Watch Jesus Loves Me, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owx3ao42kwI

Follow Up: Draw a picture of how you can be a friend. Be sure to add “details” Tell someone about your picture!

Parents please say this prayer and have your child repeat it: "Dear Lord Jesus, Thank you for showing us that you are a good friend. Help me to be a good friend to others. Amen."


Specials: Mrs. Lutter's Library Plans

https://docs.google.com/document/d/13QgZ6pd2mN9xSYSJnPJEjIOljAlWbFUFIQmtpWQnrXw/edit


March 18, 2020 (Day 1)

Science/Language Arts: Weather/Rain

Log on to World Book Online https://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/products?ed=all&gr=Welcome+St+Timothy+School%21

Username: stsathome

Password: tigerathome

If you’ve already logged on to World Book Online, use this link or follow the step by step instructions below: https://www.worldbookonline.com/wbel/#/story/bk000024/en-US

Click on the “Early Learning” tab

Click the right, yellow arrow to “Weather” and click on that Weather Rain Cloud icon

Scroll down to weather stories (blue)

Find the story titled: “Race the Raindrops”

Click Read and Listen to the story


When finished, use writing paper with picture box (pg 3). Plan a picnic. Write 2 sentences about your picnic and illustrate. Be sure to include weather and setting details in your story and picture. Remember your best handwriting and spaces between words!

LINK TO WRITING PAPER:

Copy and Paste this link: https://www.pgsd.org/cms/lib07/PA01916597/Centricity/Domain/67/Writing_Paper.pdf


Math: Lesson 8.2-Related Facts (Green Math-Solve & Share Packet)

This Math lesson teaches us how to solve related addition and subtraction equations.

Follow directions at the bottom of each page. You can use any item around your house (legos, socks, coins, etc.) instead of cubes. These help the students as they work through the problems.

Remember:

*Write your First and Last name

*Make sure your numbers are in the correct formation

*Give it your best effort!


Math Follow Up:

Using objects around the house (pennies, toys, paperclips), ask your child to make groups of 4 or 5 objects. Next, break each group into 2 smaller groups and write and equation about the groups. For example: Take 5 stuffed animals. Make one group of 2 (giraffe and bear) and one group of three (dinosaur, turtle, lizard). The equation would be 2 + 3 = 5 OR 5 - 2 = 3.


Religion:

Review with your child the power of prayer. God is always there to listen to us and help us when we need Him. Remember to praise God.

Using Writing Page 3 with picture box and copy and complete this sentence:

Today I will pray for…

Illustrate yourself praying and who/what you are praying for. Remember your details in your drawings and to use your best handwriting!

LINK TO WRITING PAPER:

Copy and Paste this link: https://www.pgsd.org/cms/lib07/PA01916597/Centricity/Domain/67/Writing_Paper.pdf


JUST FOR FUN:

*Go outside and look for signs of Spring. Remember the story we read about the picnic and rain clouds!

SPECIALS:

Music: Mrs Salinas
KB lesson plan 1 for Wednesday, March 18, 2020.docx