Week 9 Tasks 5/25- 6/1: THE LAST WEEK :)
30 mins of IReady ELA (weekly, not daily)
30 mins IReady Math (weekly, not daily)
20 minutes daily reading (can be MyOn, books you have at home, books on Starfall.com, youtube read alouds)
Remediation/ Review Activities: Optional! (or print out and do over the summer for review)https://www.marionschools.net/cms/lib/FL01903465/Centricity/Domain/21883/Literacy%20week%208.pdf (extra phonics practice)
https://www.marionschools.net/cms/lib/FL01903465/Centricity/Domain/21883/kinder%20writing%20week%207.pdf (extra writing/ journal practice)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-Bpoj5fZr0&list=PLpBEkAmNULV5HpnQpA8fshqJqo0KfbkDp&index=2&t=0s "My No No No Day" read aloud (extra comprehension practice)
https://www.marionschools.net/cms/lib/FL01903465/Centricity/Domain/17961/Week%205.pdf (a mix of skills to practice)
Color by Sides (shape review)
Must Do Tasks...
1. Studies Weekly- week 26 "American Celebrate America" . Read through the digital article (it will read it to them). Go to students desktop and click e-textbooks at the bottom. Then click on Studies Weekly icon and then click Social Studies. If it isn't working click on this PDF link below to see the article
https://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/mbaldeagle.htm (Bald Eagle)
https://www.dltk-kids.com/usa/mpuzzle.htm (jigsaw puzzle)
1. Animal Study- Sloths (informational text)
Optional Enrichment/ Art:
https://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/mpapersloth.htm (sloth craft)
https://www.kidzone.ws/t.asp?t=https://www.kidzone.ws/animal-facts/sloths/images/sloth-booklet.gif (make your own sloth book)
"Zoey's Perfect Pet"
SmartyAnts (computer program found on portal) - 30 mins
password: student number
*nothing to email to me
Writing Assignment- Listen to the story Pete the Cat's Perfect Pizza Party!
Then write about the things you would put on your pizza. Make sure to include details on why you would choose those toppings and illustrate your writing. Your writing should be at least 4 sentences using first, next, then, and last. (Do Not Number Your Sentences) Use capital letters at the beginning of your sentences, use finger space, neatest handwriting, and punctuation at the end of your sentences.
Math- working with numbers 20 and beyond
1. count by 5's to 100 (to an adult)
2. count by 10's to 100
3. count by 1's to 120
Log on to your Marion portal. Click etextbook at the bottom of your desktop page. Click on "Think Central" tab. Once in think central click on interactive student edition GK tab. Then click on Lesson 8 Represent, Count Beyond 20. Complete lessons 8.6 and 8.7
IXL - click on kindergarten, go to E. Numbers and Counting Beyond 20 and do lessons 3 and 4
https://www.ixl.com/signin/madisonsa click here and then enter username and password (student number, student number)
Optional Math Practice/ Skill Review:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6NfQM1LIGc Jack Hartman count to 120
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r176jXYwct8 Jack Hartman count by 5's to 100
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKg0eu9_fsM Jack Hartman count by 5's to 120
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYRTtwZGwj8 Count by 10's
**Another idea would be to make flashcards 0-50 and in a mixed up order work on number identification. Hold up the 37 and the student would say "37".