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Bartlett City Schools

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Kindergarten

ELA Week 2
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Use the link to listen to the Jack Hartmann video on the letter Vv Use pdf Let's Color. Color all of the words that start with Vv
 
Student Instructions
Listen to the Jack Hartmann video on letter Vv Color all of the pictures that start with Vv
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to recognize the letter Vv and identify the sound of Vv at the beginning of the word.
 
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Parent Instructions
1.) Watch the video link.
2.) Brainstorm and write 5 -at words
3.) Read the attached -at words story. Answer the comprehension question. Optional-Download the Khan Academy kids app. It is free, but you have to sign in with an email. There are many books and activities for your child to practice.
 
 
Student Instructions
Work hard and listen to your parents. 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Practice the -at word family.
 
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Resource
Piece of paper, pencil, crayons
 
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Parent Instructions
Provide your child with a piece of paper, crayons, and a pencil. Be a listening ear to hear them sound out their words.
 
Student Instructions
Write 5 short vowel words by sounding out and tapping out your sounds. (Ex. cat, hat) Use your 5 words and write 5 sentences. Use correct punctuation and a capital letter to begin. Draw a picture of each of your sentences. Read a parent or sibling your sentences and show off your artwork.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Phonics and Sentences
 
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Math Week 2
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
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Addition and Subtraction Games
 
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Parent Instructions
Play subtraction bowling: Set up ten bowling pins (plastic/paper cups) and use a ball to knock some down. Record subtraction equations to represent what is left standing (i.e. 10 pins – ? = ?). The Action of Subtraction Read Aloud (YouTube Link) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmi_vvbpHrg Play Addition War: Each player turns over two cards, adds them up, and the player with the higher number gets the cards. Play until one player loses all of their cards. Read Set Hop Read Aloud (YouTube Link) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjjOU6wgY_0
 
 
Student Instructions
Follow parent instruction
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will add and subtract by playing interactive games and writing down the equations that they make.
 
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Parent Instructions
Parents, attached are two resources to practice addition fluency. You may click on the link to play an addition computer game. You may also download and print the file for written addition practice.
 
 
Student Instructions
Listen to your parents and do your best!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Practice addition fluency
 
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Parent Instructions
1. Watch the math rap video using the URL link. 2. discuss with your child what addition means. It means when you have two parts and put them together, they make a bigger number called the sum, or whole. 3. Download the PDF addition worksheet to complete.
 
Student Instructions
1. Watch the addition video. 2. Complete the activity on paper. Start at the first part in your addition sentence on the number line. Now look at thee second part you are adding. Jump that many times on the number line. the number you land on is your answer.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will complete addition number sentences and create a story problem given an addition sentence.
 
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Science Week 2
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
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Parent Instructions
Parents use notebook paper or the back of the "Plant Needs" sheet to write 3 sentences about what a plant needs to grow.
 
 
Student Instructions
After you match up the words to the pictures to show what a plant needs, use the back of the sheet or notebook paper to do some writing. Write 3 sentences about what a plant needs to grow. Some sentence prompts to help you get started: A plant needs ___. The rain will give ___. The sun helps ____. If possible, find a plant in your backyard to watch over the next few days. Check to see if this plant is getting the things it needs to grow! Water √ Air √ Soil √ Light √ Space √
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will be able to identify what a plant needs to grow.
 
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Parent Instructions
Visit the first link. Read about brown bears and how they get prepared for hibernation. 
Then, visit the second link. Let the students listen to story. Ask the student, "How did the bear wake up in the story?"
 
Student Instructions
Listen to how brown bears hibernate and then listen to the story, Bear Snores On. How did the bear wake up from hibernation? Now use your thinking cap and imagination to create a different way to wake up the bear from hibernation. Put your thoughts down on a piece of paper by writing a sentence and drawing a picture.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to develop a better understanding of hibernation.
 
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Parent Instructions
Print out the weather recording sheet. Help students watch the YouTube Link
 
 
Student Instructions
Watch the YouTube link for Weather Patterns Look outside and draw a picture of the weather for each day of the week. 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will review weather and will record they weather pattern for the week.
 
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Social Studies Week 2
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Parents, click on the link and have your child watch the video about recycling and complete the quiz after the video. In their journal, your child can write 1+ sentences to explain how they could reuse a soup can. **Optional activities- 1.) Children can find a soup can and implement the plan they wrote about in their journal. 2.) Children can design a recycling routine to start, or improve a recycling routine in your household. Create signs to label various recycling containers.
 
Student Instructions
Listen to your parents like they are your teacher. Do your best!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Plan and conduct an investigation to describe and classify different kinds of materials including wood, plastic, metal, cloth, and paper by their observable properties (color, texture, hardness, and flexibility) and whether they are natural or human-made.
 
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Click on the link above. Show students the three provided maps: the Park Map, the Neighborhood Map, and the Community Map. As you project each, read its title aloud. Explain that maps are miniature versions of places on the Earth. Ask students to name what they see on the map. Explain that the small pictures are “symbols.” These are like the miniature version of the real things. Instead of a model of a house, there is a small picture. Discuss what you can use as symbols if you were to create a map of your own.
 
Student Instructions
Students will create a map of their bedroom, the rooms in their house or their neighborhood including a map key.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to explain what a map and globe represent.
 
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Parent Instructions
1. Have your child watch the story "Whose Hands Are These?" by Miranda Paul on YouTube. 2. As you watch the story, discuss various community helpers that your child might know. 3. Download and print the checklist.  4. Discuss ways in which your child could be a "community helper" around the house. Could they be a gardener and help you pull weeds? Could they be a veterinarian and help you feed your pets? Have them check off the ways in which they were a helper!
 
Student Instructions
1. Watch the video on YouTube and learn about all the ways people can help the community. 2. When the video is over, ask Mom, Dad, Grandma, or Grandpa how you can be a helper at your house today. Can you feed the dog and be a veterinarian? Can you help make dinner and be a chef? 3. Check off all the ways in which you were a community helper today or this week!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to identify various community helpers and practice being a helper at home.
 
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