• Ms. Wheeler's Classroom wheeler

    I hope everyone is at home staying safe. I miss you all so much and I can not wait to see you guys again. Until then we will be doing our work through here.

    I had you take your skills 1 and 2 books home with you a while ago so that you could practice at home. You guys can be doing those pages daily to keep your minds growing and busy.

    There will also be 46 iready reading and 46 iready math minutes required each week just like at school. There are  many other websites you can go on to continue your learning daily which we also use in the classroom. By doing these things each day you will keep your brains working and this will help you to not to forget important information you have learned. This will also ensure that you continue to learn and your learning never stops.

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    Programs that can be done daily

    Programs that can be done daily

    •  log on to reflex math and get your green light daily -go to reflexmath.com- click log in-student log in-teaher username is Wheelere -select our class wheeler 19-20- select your name**parents please note to have your green light the green circle in the top right will be filled in green. https://www.reflexmath.com/
    • go onto myon daily which is a tile on your portal  after you log in -to read books
    • go on to smarty ants (reading) daily and do lessons- go to play.smartyants.com- put my email as the username erin.wheeler@marion.fl.k12.us and the password is your lunch number which you all know.https://play.smartyants.com/login
    • prodigy can be done on daily to practice math skills. https://sso.prodigygame.com/game/start
    • iReady -46 minutes in math and 46 minutes in reading is required weekly with a pass rate of 70 or above.
    • IReady games- iReady has many educational games the children can play to help them better their math knowledge and review their skills. 
    • 3 digit subtraction game- there is a game which we used to play in the classroom the kids think it is fun. All you have to do is go to google and then type in the search box 3 digit subtraction game. The first link that comes up is to education.com. When you click it you will see the mountain borrowing game.https://www.education.com/game/three-digit-subtraction-mountain/
    • practice telling time game https://www.education.com/game/set-clock-5-minutes/ 
    • Practice all 2nd grade math skillshttps://www.iknowit.com/ this is a free website whith all the 2nd grade math standards for children to practice. This can be done daily and is excellent to help the students remember and practice all the math standards and be prepared for 3rd grade.

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    weekly assignments

    Every week there will be assignments posted in the assignment section on the left. Please click here to see and do your assignments. Every week there will be:

    3 weekly math assignments

    3 weekly reading assignments

    1 weekly science assignment

    1 weekly social studies assignment

     

    *ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED* In order to count a child as participating, we must have some form of accountability. I am asking that EVERY child sign in to IReady Reading or Math DAILY. Once they sign in and complete at least 10 to 15 minutes, their activity pops up an my screen and counts them as active. 

     

     

     

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    Special area teachers will create lessons for 2 grade levels each week, and then rotate through the 3 upcoming weeks.  Students will have ONE special each week.  You will need to visit the Specials teacher's website to see the activity planned for the week.

    Here is the rotation plan:

     

     

    April 1-3

    April 6-10

    April 13-15

    Art

    K and 1st

    2nd and 3rd

    4th and 5th

    Music

    4th and 5th

    K and 1st

    2nd and 3rd

    PE

    2nd and 3rd

    4th and 5th

    K and 1st

     

    Specials Teachers:

     

    Music - Mr. Sapp

    Art - Ms. Conole

    P.E. - Coach Leinenbach or Coach Woodard

     

    Hours of availability

    10:00-11:00 a.m

    1:00-2:00 p.m 

    my email is

    erin.wheeler@marion.k12.fl.us