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Kindergarten

ELA Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
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Parent Instructions
Reading Comprehension using words with blends (bl, cl, and fl):
1. Watch the Jack Hartmann Blends video to refresh your child's memory with what a blend is.
2 Read each passage with your child three times.
3. Have your child color the words that have the focused blend in the passage. For example, if the blend for that passage is "bl", have them color over the word "blue".
4. Have your child answer the two questions about the passage by coloring the correct answer.
5. Do the same for all three blend passages.
 
Student Instructions
Reading Comprehension using words with blends (bl, cl, and fl):
1. Watch the Jack Hartmann blend video to remember about what blends are.
2. Read each passage with an adult three times and practice sounding out difficult words.
3. Color the words that have the blend in the passage. For example, if the blend for that passage is "bl", color over the word "blue".
4. Answer the two questions about the passage by coloring the correct answer.
5. Do the same for all three blend passages.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will read a passage and correctly answer questions about the passage.
 
Comments
There are three reading passages. They can be done all in one day, or they can be broken up and done over the course of three days.
Resource
Paper and Pencil
 
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Parent Instructions
Open the PDF and print out if you can. If not, student will need a piece of paper and pencil to complete. You may have to assist in reading the words.
 
Student Instructions
Look at the picture and the box of words next to it. Read each word in the box and try to think of what the sentence should say (should go along with the picture). Write the words in the correct order to make a complete sentence. Don't forget to capitalize the first word, space between the words, and add a punctuation mark at the end.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to read simple words and create sentences.
 
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Parent Instructions
Use the link to listen to Harry Kindergarten CVC words song. Download and print the document. There are 5 sentences made up of cvc and sight words. Have your child read each sentence to you. Have your child tell you which picture goes with the sentence.
 
Student Instructions
Listen to the CVC word song. Blend the letter sounds as you sing the song to make words! Read the sentences to you parent. Find the picture that matches the sentence. Cut and paste the picture in the correct box.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will blend letter sounds to read words. The student will read sight words.
 
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Math Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
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Parent Instructions
1). Watch Jack Hartman on Youtube: Count By 5's.
2). Continue to practice writing numbers by filling in the Skip Counting by 5's worksheet.
3). Ready for some outdoor counting fun: Try jumping jacks while counting by 5's / Step Off: sound off a count for every step and go all the way to 100 / Catch and Count: Bounce a ball back and forth. On every bounce sound off with a count and go all the way to 100 / Snap and Clap: give a count on each snap and clap as you sound off all the way to 100!
 
Student Instructions
1). Watch video on counting by 5's.
2) Fill in the worksheet with the missing numbers as you write to 100 by 5's.
3). Try some outdoor fun to practice counting by 5's: Jumping Jacks / step off and count to 100 by 5's / catch a ball and count as it bounces / snap and clap as you count by 5 to 100.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will practice skip counting to 100 by 5's.
 
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Parent Instructions
• Use the YouTube Link: Kindergarten Math-Describe Attributes of An Object to help your child review different ways to describe and compare measurement of various objects.
• Download both measurement PDFs for your child to complete.
• Please read directions as your child completes worksheet activity.
 
Student Instructions
• Watch Kindergarten Math-Describe Attributes of An Object
• Listen for directions
• Complete both measurement worksheets.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will describe and compare measurable attributes.
 
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Resource
 
File Submission (if applicable)
 
Parent Instructions
Open the Jack Hartmann addition song video for the student to listen to and review. Then open the file for student to complete. If you can't print it, you may use a piece of paper and pencil.
 
Student Instructions
Watch the addition song by Jack Hartmann and then complete the Secret Code Addition sheet. You will look at the pictures at the top to help you determine what numbers you will use to fill in the number sentences below. Once you figure out the number sentence for each set, solve the problem by writing your answer next to the equal sign.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to add numbers within 0-10.
 
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Science Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
1. Watch, sing, and dance to the hand washing song.
2. Color the hand washing print out and number the hand washing steps.
 
Student Instructions
Wash your hands.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Learn self-help skills
 
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Studies Weekly
 
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Parent Instructions
Parents will go through Clever and enter their student's username/password (Student ID for both). Parents will
1) find the Studies Weekly App and click.
2) Click "Science"
3) find "Kindergarten"
4) Click on Week 11. Allow the student to explore the story about Life Science-Living Things Grow
 
Student Instructions
Students will explore the Studies Weekly Week 11. They can either have it read to them or attempt to read it on their own. Students will then be asked to either draw or take a picture of 3 living things that grow and send it to their teacher or upload it to SeeSaw if they can. Extra learning opportunity: plant a seed and keep a journal of how it changes and grows.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The students will explore and learn how living things change and grow
 
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Parent Instructions
Open the website above and select PreK-Kindergarten. Follow the steps: Click on Science, click on National Geographic - https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/nature/kids-vs-plastic/ scroll down to Kids vs. Plastic. Read through the page and show the student the pictures of how plastic can affect animals in our world. Then select Simple Things You Can Do To Save the Earth. Click on the different articles and read. Then select the games at the bottom to complete.
 
Student Instructions
Read about Kids vs. Plastic and discuss ways we can help the animals that are affected by the plastic trash in our world. Read through the different articles about saving our planet (with parental guidance). There are three games at the bottom of the page you can complete. Hope you were a good listener!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to discuss ways to keep the Earth clean.
 
Comments
Discuss Earth Day and plant a tree!
Social Studies Week 4
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Open the website above and select Scholastic. The link is https://bookflix.digital.scholastic.com/pair/detail/bk0075pr/start?authCtx=U.794217314. Then choose PreK- Kindergarten and social studies. Select Week 2 and scroll down to Day 9 Social Studies: Trash and Recycling. Click on "Take Me There" and assist the student when needed.
 
Student Instructions
Watch the story, I Stink, and then read the story, Garbage Trucks. Then go to the Puzzlers on the left side of the screen. Complete Word Match, Fact or Fiction, and Which Comes First. Pay close attention to the yellow highlighted words in the reader.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to establish the importance of community helpers (garbage collector).
 
Comments
Safari or Chrome works best for this link: https://bookflix.digital.scholastic.com/pair/detail/bk0075pr/start? authCtx=U.794217314
 
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Parent Instructions
#1. Watch April Calendar Song Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twH5fXRZ9RE
 
#2. Review calendar songs. Both of these songs can also be found on YouTube by typing into the search bar. Sing days of the week song. Tune “Adams Family” Days of the week (snap, snap) Days of the week (snap, snap) Days of the week, Days of the week, Days of the week (snap, snap) There’s Sunday and there’s Monday There’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday There’s Thursday and there’s Friday And then there’s Saturday Days of the week (snap, snap) Days of the week (snap, snap) Days of the week, Days of the week, Days of the week (snap, snap Next, sing months of the year. Tune “Ten Little Indians” January, February, March and April May, June, July and August September, October, November, December Those are the months of the year!
 
#3 . Review calendar skills: ~7 days in a week ~12 months in a year ~Days go across the top of the calendar horizontally ~Each vertical row is a new week ~The date is stated by saying the day of the week, the month, and the number. Ex. Today’s date is Monday, April 13, 2020 How many days are in the month of April? What day of the week will be the last day in April? How many Mondays in April? How many Thursdays are in April? Find today’s date on the calendar. What is today’s date? How many more days are left in April? Optional add on: Print the calendar. Use a crayon to put an X on the days that have already happened. Mark off the date on the calendar each day to countdown to May!
 
Student Instructions
1. Watch calendar video about the month of April
2. Sing days of the week and months of the year song
3. Answer the questions about the calendar.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will ask and answer questions about the April 2020 calendar.
 
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Resource
 
 
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Parent Instructions
1.Go to www.clever.com and login.
2.Choose Studies Weekly, choose Kindergarten, choose Week 7.
3.Read through and watch the Calendar Intro video.
4.Download SSWeek7 worksheet and have student trace the days of the week and circle their birthday month.
 
Student Instructions
1.Read along with the lesson and watch the video.
2.Think of your birthday or your parents birthdays and where it is on a calendar.
3.Trace the days of the week and circle the month your birthday is in.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will be able to find a special event on the calendar.
 
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