Week of 5/26/20-6/1/20
We will have a Zoom meeting this week.
Topic: Illegal Drugs / Child Safety and Protection
Thursday, May 28
Parents and Families, as we wind down our school year, first let me say thank you for your continued support during this time. I wanted to inform you of an upcoming Zoom lesson that I will provide with your child. This lesson is required by Florida State Statute (Rule 6A-1.-94123) to occur during the school year. The topics will be on Illegal Drugs, and Child Safety and Protection. Topics of the lesson will include: Safety Rules, Grown-up Buddies, “I mean business voice,” and dealing with strangers. I welcome you to attend the lesson so that you may have further discussions at home, if you wish. The lesson will occur on May 28, 2020 at 10 o’clock. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.
Week of 5/18/20-5/22/20
Alternative Spellings - Complete and turn in
Answer the questions using complete sentences, and turn in.
Have the student read the story "The Red Dish" on their own, and answer the questions using complete sentences.
Week of 4/27/20-5/1/20
Art Bingo Kindergarten/First Grade
Name ___________________________________________ Teacher/Grade_________________________________
Complete a minimum of 5 boxes. Take a picture or scan and email to Debra.Conole@Marion.k12.fl.us
Be an architect! Use Legos or blocks to engineer your own structure.
Make a necklace out of pasta and yarn, string, old shoelaces, or fishing line.
Make a piece of art and leaving somewhere in your community
Draw a picture of yourself (a self-portrait)
Draw and color a picture using only COOL colors; blue, purple, and green.
Create a color wheel from found objects
(see files for a picture of the color wheel)
Made a design on the sidewalk with tape and color in the spaces. Remove tape to reveal your design.
Make an animal sculpture out of aluminum foil
Collect objects outside (twigs, leaves, rocks, flowers, etc.). Make an artistic arrangement with the objects
What can you turn a toilet paper tube into? Use your imagination
Draw a picture of a family member or pet
Draw and color a picture using only WARM colors; red, yellow, and orange.
Go wash your hands!!!
Draw designs on a white coffee filter with water-soluble markers (like Crayola). Spray or brush with water
Mystery Drawing Ask a parent to draw a line or shape on a piece of paper. Now, you turn it into something
Draw a character or illustrate a scene from your favorite story.
Draw a paw print as large as you can and make it colorful. Go Huskies.
Still Life Drawing Choose 1 object in your house to set up (stuffed animal, toy) and draw using only pencil
Make something artistic our of food. Then eat it.
Design a card for someone you love and miss then send it to them
Paper Inchworms https://www.youtube .com/watch?v=IxEhFg J-Bjk Have all family members create one and then race!
Shadow Drawing Take a free-standing object somewhere sunny to create its shadow. Place your paper at the edge of your object and draw.
Handprint art. Draw your hand or use paint to print your hand
What can you turn it into?
Do printmaking with household objects: bottle caps, forks, corks, scrub brush, legos
Use a cereal box to
create a work of art (use for sculpture/use as a canvas/use as building blocks, etc.)
Week of 5/18/20-5/22/20
Hi everyone! Thank you for visiting tody. The focus of this lesson is to introduce your child to instrument families. It is also an enjoyable way to review letter formation. Neat letters puts a smile on my face! As a challenge, write the entire name of the instrument family! You can email the completed assignment to me at Ethan.Sapp@Marion.K12.Fl.US, or you can take a pic of it and email it to me. If you cannot send the assignment to me, email me and let me know you completed it please. Don't hesitate to email me any questions. I'm working on being able to attend your child's grade level Zoom meetings to see everyone and help any way I can. Do what can without adding stress to your day. We appreciate you. Encourage your child to listen to music daily as a vacation or to enjoy as a celebration with family.
* I'm also including a link below to our Google Music lab. It is very interactive and stimulates your child's creativity. IT IS TONS OF FUN! Please go and check it out.