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Bartlett City Schools

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Kindergarten

ELA Week 6
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Parent Instructions
Parents Watch Binky's Facts and Opinions with your child. Download the opinion writing packet. Using the packet, help your child write sentences to give their opinion of their favorite game and snack.
 
Student Instructions
Watch Binky's Fact and Opinion. Tell your parents what an opinion is --- Use the activity sheets to write your opinion of your favorite game and snack!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will draw, write and dictate to give an opinion
 
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Parent Instructions
Open the link above to watch Jack Hartmann's Parts of a Sentence video. Then open the file above and print. If you can't print, use your own paper and pencil. The student will write the sentences.
 
Student Instructions
Listen to "Parts of a Sentence" by Jack Hartmann. Then complete the attached file on writing sentences. Look at the first sentence and circle all the mistakes. Think about capitalization, finger spacing, writing letters correctly (no reversals), and end punctuation marks. Once you have found all the mistakes, write the sentence correctly. Complete all four sentences the same way.
 
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Paper & pencil
 
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Parent Instructions
Provide your child with paper and pencil. Have them write 5 or more sentences about being out of school early.
 
Student Instructions
Write 5 or more sentences about being out of school early. Be sure to use capital letters and correct punctuation.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Produce complete sentences.
 
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Math Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Watch the video on subtraction facts. Have your child complete the subtraction worksheet.
 
Student Instructions
Watch the subtraction video. Complete the subtraction facts worksheet.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
I can fluently subtract within 10.
 
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Parent Instructions
Print out the file or you will need to create a board with the numbers 1-100 like the one above. The student will need 2 dice and counters (one per person) to keep your place during the game. This game can be played alone or with a partner. First person to 100 wins.
 
Student Instructions
Set the counter(s) at #1 on the game board. Roll the 2 dice and add the numbers together. Move your counter that many spaces forward. If playing alone, roll the 2 dice again and add the numbers together to move forward that many spaces. Keep playing until you reach 100. If you are playing with a partner, take turns rolling dice, adding the numbers and moving spaces. Whoever gets to 100 first, wins the game. 
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to add fluently.
 
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printer, paper, pencil
 
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Parent Instructions
1) Either print the addition fact cards or make your own on paper. 2) Print the recording page: Page 6. 3) Cut out the addition fact cards and place them around the house, you could hide them around the house for your child to find them to make it more fun. 4) Give your child the recording sheet and a pencil. 5) Tell them to find all of the addition fact cards around the house and show them the number on the card. They have to write the answer in the correct box for that cards number. Example: Card 1 with 2+2 on it will be recorded on the recording sheet under the number 1 and they will write 4 in that box.
 
Student Instructions
Listen to your parents and have fun!
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
I can answer addition sentences fluently.
 
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Science Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Parent Instructions
Open the url and Select Scholastic. Then select PreK-Kindergarten and click on week 4. Scroll down to Day 16: Habitats - Oceans and click on "Take me There." The student will complete the activities. Exact address: https://bookflix.digital.scholastic.com/pair/detail/bk0133pr/start?authCtx=U.794217314
 
Student Instructions
The student will watch the story, Peanut Butter and Jellyfish by Jarrett J. Krosoczka and then read the book, My Home in the Water by J. Patrick Lewis. Next go to Puzzlers and complete Word Match, Fact or Fiction, and Which Came First. Go back to thr page where Day 16 is located and watch the video, Ocean of Life and then click on the art activity to complete the ocean craft.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to describe life under the sea. The student will be able to compare and contrast sea animals.
 
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Parent Instructions
Parent will click on the youtube link provided. Be prepared to discuss the characteristics of the Hydrosphere and Atmosphere with your child. Take a walk and help your child identify things in their environment that would fit into these systems Provide paper or journal, pencil, crayons/colored pencils
 
Student Instructions
Student will view the video covering Earths 2 systems: Hydrosphere and Atmosphere Student will discuss and identify characteristics of both spheres with a parent or adult Student will take a walk and explore their environment, identifying things that would fit in to each category Student will journal their discoveries by drawing a picture of 2 things for each category and labeling and/or writing about each one and why they fit in to the given category.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Students will recognize Hydrosphere and Atmosphere as parts of Earth's Systems. Students will be able to explore and determine things that belong in each system and why.
 
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Parent Instructions
Watch the Brainpop jr. Spring Video ( you may need to sign up for a free account). Talk about spring weather and what animals and people do in the spring. Download and print the spring activity sheet. Complete together
 
Student Instructions
Watch Spring on Brainpop jr. Tell your parents about spring weather and what people and animals do in the spring. Complete the spring activity sheet by putting the pictures in the correct place
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will identify signs of spring.
 
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Social Studies Week 6
Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
 
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Open the website above and select Scholastic. Select Prek-Kindergarten and click on Week 3. Scroll down to Day 14: Social Learning - Kids Can Help and click on "Take Me There." The student will read the stories and complete activities.
 
Parent Instructions
Watch the story, The Red Hen by Rebecca Emberley and Ed Emberley and then read the book, This Is the Way We Help at Home by Amanda Miller. Complete the puzzlers: Word Match, Fact or Fiction, and Which Came First. Go back to the page with Day 14 heading and watch the video, Kids Take Care and then complete the drawing activity.
 
Student Instructions
The student will be able to discuss different ways on how children can help with family responsibilities.
 
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Parent Instructions
Open the brain pop website to watch a video on USA symbols. Then open the file to print out the symbols of the USA book. The student may use their own paper and pencil to draw the pictures and write the sentences.
 
Student Instructions
Watch the video to review our nations's symbols and why they are important. The student will complete the book by writing a sentence or two about the symbols provided. Don't forget to capitalize, finger space, write letters correctly and use end punctuation when writing the sentences. You may color or draw your own pictures if you can't print out the book.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
The student will be able to identify USA symbols and their importance.
 
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Parent Instructions
Assist your child with logging into Clever to access the BrainPopJr app. Search for Community Helpers. Watch the BrainPopJr on Community Helpers. Then discuss essential and non essential jobs in our community. Provide your child with paper and art supplies.
 
Student Instructions
Watch the BrainPopJr on Community Helpers. Then discuss essential and non essential jobs in our community. Determine if your parents are essential or non essential workers. Determine if your teacher is a essential or non essential worker. You can also draw a picture of essential workers and non essential workers.
 
Learning Opportunity Objective
Recognize different types of jobs in the community.
 
Comments
You can use this video to discuss essential and non essential jobs and talk with your child about how essential workers' jobs are important during this time.