- Read 20 minutes daily
- atleast 45 i-ready reading minutes a week
- atleast 45 i-ready math minutes a week
- complete and submit assignments as instructed under the "assignments" tab or on Google Classroom
**Work packets are available at the school to pick up for those who do not have computer or internet access. If you would like to do the work and take pictures you can send it to me through email, dojo or text messaging so I can enter in grades. The packet is designed for the children to do 2-3 activities each week and it should be able to last until June 1st. Below is the link to the downloadable and printable version if you are unable to go pick the packet up at school.
The newest May Worksheet Packet will be available for pick up on May 6th from 10am-5pm.
Instructions for Google Classroom:
- Login to your Student Desktop
- You should see Google Apps tab at the bottom of your screen
- Once you click on this, you will see an icon titled Google Classroom
- Click on Google Classroom, and this is where you will be directed to login to your Google account
- The email you will use is the one sent to your Class Dojo, and your normal login password--you can also find your email address in the upper right-hand corner of your Student Desktop page (firstname.lastname@example.org) You must type out your full email address for the login to work
- Once you login to your account, it will ask if you are a student or a teacher, which you will select "Student"
- Then you will see an arrow in the upper right corner of the page that says, "Join your first class"
- Click on the + symbol, and a pop up will ask you for your teacher class code
- Mrs. Schwanke's class code is: yd663nt
- Once this is entered, you should be automatically joined into my class!
- Feel free to explore your page, and you may post in the "Stream" if you want to share anything with the class
- The "Classwork" tab at the top will have the assignments that must be completed (see Assignments on my Teacher Website)
Here is the Skills 6 reader that the kids can read through. Maybe one story everyother day!
Here is a link to a website all about science. Check it out. It has some fun science experiments to do.
Here are a couple of virtual math manipulative sites that the kids could play around with. It will be good to keep them sharp on things we have already done earlier in the year. Math Manipulative Link, Math Manipulatives
Here is a link to a virtual Field Trip to St. Augustine!
This is a list from Mrs. Aguero the Media Specialist