Math - Area and Perimeter, Polygon attributes and Math review for End -of-year assessments
Language Arts - Where does water come from and how do people access clean water
Writing - Informational writing on wolves and wolf packs.
Phonics - prefixes re- and un-
Science - Ecosystems, Living and Nonliving Interactions
New Photos in class photos section!
You can also look in your student's planner for additional resources like Xtra Math, Newsela and IReady!
|Fri, 21||Ocearch Presentation|
|Mon, 24||SAGE Writing, Math and Language Arts Assessments begin|
|Mon, 15||Galileo and I Ready Math and LA Assessments begin|
|Mon, 22||Hogle Zoo|
|Fri, 2||Field Day|
|Wed, 7||Willow Creek End of Year Party!|
Helpful Links: Language Arts
- NewsArticles - Newsela
- stories online
- Raz Kids
- Kiddle.Co Kid-friendly research!
- SnappyWords Dictionary
- BBC Keyboarding practice
- Concrete Poetry
- Vocabulary/Thesaurus fun
- National Geographic for kids
- Searchasaurus for kids
- Kids click by Librarians
- Polar Regions
- Reference materials
- Reference Materials Part 2
- More reading!!
- Quizlet for WordMasters
- Up Worthy Recycle!!
- PBS Ecosystems
- Leveled book finder
- Scholastic Wizard Book Levels
- Thanksgiving games
- ThinkCentral - Journeys
- Word Cloud
- ABC Word Cloud
- Subject/ predicate Game
- Quizlet,WM2016/17Challenge1Part 2
- Quizlet Challenge 2
- Quizlet Module 2 Vocabulary
- QuizletWM Challenge 3
Helpful Links: Math
Helpful Links: Math Fractions
Wolf in fiction
India, Italy and Iraq Research
Listen to our Whole Group Stories!
Ideas and activities for home:
1. Read with your child 20 - 30 minutes daily. If you are short on books please go to www.readinga-z.com and print out their free books. Look for free books leveled F and above. The public library also has wonderful selections. If your child is struggling, prompt with "first sound" for the word or ask them to show you how to tap sounds out then blend to find the word. Also, talk about context to figure out difficult words.
2.Give your child a notebook and have them write daily. You can have them summarize their reading or give them a short prompt. Have them draw a picture first including many details. This helps them develop ideas for writing.
3. Math games to play that require only a deck of cards: top-it, addition top-it, subtraction top-it and what number comes before and after. Your child should know how to play all these games.
4. There are some wonderful educational games under student links. Please have your child explore them.
5. Get outside and play!!!!