Daily Routines are important: I dont expect them to be on the computer all day.
I would for them to begin the day with the links to some of our songs.
You will have the whole week ( 5 days ) to complete the assignments.
I Ready : 3 times in the week for 15 minutes on each reading and math ( this will add up to 45 minutes)
Additional assignments to be completed at time schedules that fit your needs and you can assist your child if needed:
A Reading assignment: either a pdf page with instructions or epic reading aloud book with quiz
A math: Happy numbers website: after placement test: follow the differentiated path for your child. They can also work on that for 10 or 15 minutes. / even if they have not completed the unlocked task. The program will save what they have completed and I will check their progress.
A Science or social studies task when applicable
* The rest of the time can be used for the extra practice websites: Teach your monster, ABCY, ABC mouse, Starfall
** I do not want to overwhelm them with work or have them spend too much time on the computer.
We will get this and work together to meet their needs.
Here are the Kinder websites:
Students should already be able to log on ABC mouse with the code I gave earlier in the year.
If not, please use this free code: SCHOOL1686 at Abcmouse new redeem code SCHOOL1686
Teach your monster class login: Children must use this browser http://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/u/3729392
App: When logging in, set (star code) to 3729392
https://getepic.com/students class code: gew3608
https://www.happynumbers.com class code 186424 (if you have trouble on link just type in google: happy numbers) or follow information below.
p.s. password is their first name
Happy Numbers information : Due to the school closure, our class has an option to learn math online using Happy Numbers. It’s a web-based PK-5 math tool that moves children along at their own pace based on responses and provides helpful feedback after any errors. Although the exercises are all fun, interactive, and visually appealing, don’t be fooled! Your child will be gaining valuable practice in important math skills.
Follow these simple steps to use Happy Numbers at home:
1. Go to HappyNumbers.com
2. Click the “I’m a Student” button
3. Enter our class number (186424)
4. Select your child’s name from the class list
5. Enter your child’s password (see attached PDF)
The first task for K-5 students is to complete a 20-question Placement Test to determine their appropriate starting point in the Happy Numbers curriculum,
while PreK students will start from the very beginning. It’s recommended to use Happy Numbers 15-20 minutes a day, up to 3-5 times a week.
If you have any questions regarding Happy Numbers use, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Numbers Team
2 Must-Do Items:
Happy Numbers Getting Started Guide
Make sure your first run with Happy Numbers is about learning math, not wrestling with technology!
1. Device Checklist
Select the right browser - avoid glitches!
To run Happy Numbers we recommend: • on iPad use Safari
• on PC or Mac use Google Chrome
Enter your class number - save time!
On each device:
• go to HappyNumbers.com
• click "I'm a Student"
• enter your class number: 186 424
The device will remember this number so students won't have to enter it again.
Test the audio feature - support non-readers!
After entering your class number:
• click the "sound check" link (below the list of student names) • click on the icon near "How many Cubes?"
If you hear the text read aloud, everything is good to go! Students will be able to click on any icon within Happy Numbers exercises to hear it read aloud.
If you don't hear anything, ensure you are using the right browser and that it is
the most uptodate version (see explanation above). Also, check the volume and whether the device is in "silent mode".
2. Give Students Access
student login password:first name with a capital: example Mary
Need assistance? We are always here to help:email@example.com