Assignments for the Week of March 30-April 3
Parents remember this schedule is just to help you pace out the assignments for the week. It also helps to not feel like you have to spend all day working on one assignment. Your student does not have to follow this schedule absolutely and may complete assignments at whatever pace you would like. No work is being graded, but instead monitored. Your child can also be reading, writing, or practicing any skills that have been taught this year.
Please use the links found under your teacher's picture to complete your assignments.
Our school will be closed until April 17th. Beginning Wednesday, March 25, assignments will be posted online. No new skills will be introduced and no grades will be taken at this time. Packets will be made available after 1:00 each day. Packets are only for students without access to technology. Students are encouraged to drill multiplication facts and read for at least 30 minutes a day. In addition to reading, students write a response to the reading.
Instead of ReadTheory, students will complete reading assignments on readworks.org. These passages are available online or in print. Students may also read the article of the day and visit the student library. In the library, they simply read for the joy of learning, no questions to answer.
1) Log in to readworks.org
2) Students enter class code: YGLUQX
3) Student password is their student ID/lunch number. This is also their number to log in to Classworks.
**If your child needs usernames or passwords, please text or email me, and I will send a copy of their password keeper. Splashlearning information is not on the yellow card.
- Rebel Girls at Home www.rebelgirls.com (journaling)
- Exploration of the Day-writing activities
- www.americastestkitchen.com recipes/cooking for kids
- www.raddishkids.com recipes/cooking for kids
- www.picassohead.com make art online with digital art tools
- Scholastic Learn at Home
- Mystery Science
- Khan Academy
- Kidlit TV
- Story Line Online
Check Out Ebooks:
- Time for Kids
- Go Noodle
- Kids Bop You Tube-dance along videos
- Check out Mrs. Carr's PE class page for more fun activities!