All information for e-learning will be posted here. E-learning will provide students with an opportunity to still learn on cancellation days. Links that you will need for i-ready and Spelling City are posted under the Resources tab. The assignments do not have to be done in any certain order.
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 If anyone needs usernames and passwords for any of the websites please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Religion: Memory for Thursday, February 21st will be John 3:5 "Jesus answered, 'Very truly I tell you, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless they are born of water and the Spirit". Work on memorizing this for tomorrow.
Reading: Read chapter 14 of Bud, Not Buddy. You may either listen to the YouTube video below or read it by yourself if you have the book at home. Below the video is the worksheet to go along with the chapter. Do not do the Language Activities page.
Math: Complete the growth check on i-Ready, and then complete one more lesson. If the growth check does not appear for you, complete 2 lessons.
Social Studies: Click on each link below and complete each game 3 times. Please write down how long it took each time with the percentage you got correct for each time you do it. If you are retaking the Northeast States quiz, you will need to complete each of the games from Friday two (2) times and record your scores. Scroll down further for those games.
Spelling: Complete two (2) activities on Spelling City.
Friday, February 15, 2019 If anyone needs usernames and passwords for any of the websites please email me at email@example.com.
Religion: Work on memorizing your memory for next Tuesday #51 which is the next part of the Second Petition.
Reading: Read chapter 11 of Bud, Not Buddy. You may either listen to the YouTube video below or read it by yourself. Complete the worksheet to go along with the chapter that was handed out in class on Thursday.
Math: Complete the chocolate chip cookie worksheet given to you in class yesterday. It is also attached below in case you need another copy.
Science: Create a list of materials from home that you could use to build a vehicle. Examples: spools of thread, lid of baby food jar, empty bottles, cereal boxes, etc. Using the list of materials you created, build a vehicle and bring it to school. Also, bring your list of materials to school.
Genius Hour: Work on your project for 30 minutes. Please write down everything you did so I can see that you have made progress.
Art: Finish your flower project. If you are done with your flower project, draw a picture of the car you built for science.