• Belleview Bronco Families!  Please note that you will be able to view your student(s)’ report card through your parent portal or the student portal.  If you have not gotten family access to Skyward, your student will have access and the report cards will be viewable from both sites!”

    Chrome books  return are On June 3, 2020 from 8:00 to 11:00 am for kindergarten. All chrome books need to be charged when retuning in order for the school to check them. (per Dr. Reece) 

  • Barnard’s Lessons May 18, 2020 to May 22, 2020

    Math Lessons: 2 attachments

            *The first sheets are information to review together  mathinformation

    *Complete attached document-Math Week 8 mathmay18

    See Saw Activities: 

    (Sorry I couldn’t make less activities) - These are short and quick

            *Using Non-Standard Measurements

             *Animal Train Sort

            *Liquid Volume Comparing

            *Measuring with Emjois

    *Comparing Weight Activity

    LA Lessons:    (Take a photo of completed work and post on class Dojo)

    Complete the attached Kindergarten Memory Bookbook

    SeeSaw Activities:

            *My Kindergarten Memory Book

            *”Oh the Places I’ll Go

            *Kind Kids

    Word Works:

    Sight/Tricky words for the week:

    could, would, more made, first, away, play, other, time, ride

    *Practice reading them every day!

    *Write the words 5 times and say the letters and the word as you write it in your best handwriting. (doing this 3 -5 days would be awesome!) If all you can is one time that is okay, too.

    CKLA Work:    

     Complete the attached worksheets and post a photo on Dojo. Practice reading the story every day! ckla                             

    Writing:

    Combine your sight words with the listed phrases to make sentences. (Remember capital letter at the beginning and end punctuation. Use your best handwriting!)

    Sight words:

    could, would, more made, first, away, play, other, time, ride

    Phrases/words:

          Will run, I, big, green, where are, was, what, word, why, from, no , so, come ,came, bags, do, vet, cop, mad, sad, pig, hot, the, sat down, got up, cat, mat, went to bed, was fun, boxes, bug, mom, dad, fell on, jump over

    Example:   We each went with mom to the vet.                                    

    I-Ready-

     Complete 45 minutes a week in both ready and math AND with 70% pass rate.

    I will be checking!  I miss you guys!

     

    Homework: Read 20 minutes a day and record on the Reading Log. You can read alone or with someone any books you would like.

     

    Social Studies

    See attachment: Social Studies Distance Learning ss.choiceboard

    Kindergarten Choice Board – American Symbols  

    Choice one Task from the Choice Board to complete. Take a photo and post on Dojo. (All the activity sheets for all the task choices are attached just use the one that go with the task you picked).

     

    Science:

    "On a Roll"  Complete activity with a partner

    Take a small ball and to sit on the floor facing their partner. Direct students to place the small ball on the floor in between them. Ask students not to touch the ball.

    Parent use some or all of the following questions to guide an active discussion about motion and the ball.

    Questions to ask:

    • "Where is the ball?"
    • "Is it moving?"
    • "Why isn't it moving?"
    • "What has to happen so the ball will move?"
    • "Give the ball a push. How does it move?"
    • “Can you get the ball to go to (here)?”
    • “How can we make the ball move fast/slow?” (hallway for distances)

    Then ask your child to roll the ball back and forth between them. Encourage you child to talk about how the ball moves.

    Listen for words that describe the ball's motion (fast, slow, straight, bouncy, etc.). Help students begin to notice a pattern in how the ball moves (The ball rolls in a straight line. More force, or a harder push, makes the ball roll faster and farther.) Example: students roll ball to targets at varying distances (short, medium, long).

    After the discussion have your child draw a picture of the different directions the ball moved and write a sentence about what happened

  • Barnard’s Lessons May 11, 2020 to May 15, 2020

    Thsi week's special is Art! So check out Ms. Headley's website for your art assignment!

    Math Lessons:

            *Complete attached documents & Activities-Math May 11 mathmay11

    See Saw Activities:

            *Adding and Subtraction Game board
            *Comparing Length

    *Count to 100

    LA Lessons:    (Take a photo of completed work and post on class Dojo)

    Dojo’s Daily story reading by Mrs. Barnard & Activity 4 days = 4 stories

    SeeSaw Activities:

            *Hidden Words

            *Word Families “ai” & “ay”

            *May Sight words

    Word Works:

    Sight/Tricky words for the week:

    by, may, day, other, many, make, look, use, into, him

    *Practice reading them every day!

    *Write the words 5 times and say the letters and the word as you write it in your best handwriting. (doing this 3 -5 days would be awesome!) If all you can is one time that is okay, too.

    CKLA Work:    

     Complete the attached worksheets and post a photo on Dojo.  cklamay11

    Practice reading the story every day!                 

    Writing:                  

            Complete the attached activity. writingmay11

    Social Studies

          See attached Choice Board – read the attached story and choose 1 task to complete. Post a photo on Class Dojo. ssmay11

    Science: 

    With a family member follow the directions to Make Play-Dough.

    Use the play dough to form different shapes/objects. Then using the different objects (4) show me how you can: push it, pull it and push/pull reaction. Take a photo/video and post on Class DoJo

    Play Dough Recipe:

    Ingredients:                              Items needed:

    1 cup warm water                       measuring cups

    3 cups flour                               4 plastic containers w/ lids

    1 ½ cups salt

    ¼ cup vegetable oil

    drops of food coloring

    STEPS:

    1. With help from your family: Mix together in a bowl: water, flour, salt and oil
    2. Add more flour of the mixture is too sticky. Knead the dough until is feels soft and smooth.
    3. Divide the dough into 4 parts. Add 4 to 6 drops of food coloring into the dough.

    Knead the dough to work the coloring through the dough. Use a different color for each of the 4 sections you made.

    1. Store in airtight containers and it should keep for several weeks.

    Then do your investigation of how things move.

    I-Ready-

     Complete 45 minutes a week in both ready and math AND with 70% pass rate.

    I will be checking!

    I miss you guys!

    Homework: Read 20 minutes a day and record on the Reading Log. You can read alone or with someone any books you would like.

     

  • Barnard’s Lessons May 4, 2020 to May 8, 2020

    Week 6 special is Music. So check out Ben-Judah's website!

    Math Lessons:

            *Complete attached document-  Math Week 6b Mathwork week 6b

    See Saw Activities:

            *Week 6 Skill Review

            *Week 6 Addition and Subtraction Practice

     

    ELA Lessons:    (Take a photo of completed work and post on class Dojo)

    Dojo’s Daily story reading by Mrs. Barnard & Activity 4 days = 4 stories

    SeeSaw Activities:

            *Week 5 Find the Sight Words

            *Beginning Sounds 1 & 2

    Word Works:

    Sight/Tricky words for the week:

    seen, see, trees, feet, keep, need, we, me, he, she

    *Practice reading them every day!

    *Write the words 5 times and say the letters and the word as you write it in your best handwriting. (doing this 3 -5 days would be awesome!) If all you can is one time that is okay, too.

    CKLA Work:    

     Complete the attached worksheets and post a photo on Dojo. CKLA workweek 6

    Practice reading the story every day!                         

    SeeSaw Activities:  

            *Writing Sentences with Details

    *Long and short e Sort

    *Word Work Week 6

     

     

    Writing:

    Combine your sight words with the listed phrases to make sentences. (Remember capital letter at the beginning and end punctuation. Use your best handwriting!)

    Sight words:

    seen, see, trees, feet, keep, need, we, me, he, she

    Phrases/words:

          Will run, I, big, green, where are, was, what, word, why, from, no , so, come ,came, bags, do, vet, cop, mad, sad, pig, hot, the, sat down, got up, cat, mat, went to bed, was fun, boxes, bug, mom, dad, fell on, jump over

    Example:   We each went with mom to the vet.                                    

    I-Ready-

     Complete 45 minutes a week in both ready and math AND with 70% pass rate.

    I will be checking!

    I miss you guys!

     

    Homework: Read 20 minutes a day and record on the Reading Log. You can read alone or with someone any books you would like.

     

    Social Studies

    See attachment: “Social Studies Distance Learning Kindergarten Choice Board – Wants vs. Needs”Socialstudies week 6

            Choice one Task from the Choice Board to complete. Take a photo and post on Dojo. (All the activity sheets for all the task choices are attached just use the one that go with the task you picked).

     

     

     

     

    Science:

     Information to discuss with your child before doing the activity:

    Science Content week 6

    ACTIVITY: Post a photo of the activity on Class Dojo

    Moving the Bee to the Flower K.P 12.1 and 13.1 Patterns of Movement Project

    Students will move a bee to a flower using different patterns of movement!

    This project will use your construction skills.

    Materials Bee and Flower icons

    Popsicle Sticks (2)

    Scissors

    Glue

    Instructions:

    1. Cut out the bee and the flower. (on the attachment)
    2. Glue the bee to a popsicle stick.
    3. Glue the flower to a popsicle stick.
    4. Move the bee to the flower using the patterns on the next page. (attachment)
  • Barnard’s April 27, 2020 to May 1, 2020

    This Week's special is Art! So make sure to check out Ms. Ben-Judah's website for your assignment. 

    Math Lessons:

    See Saw Activities:

            *Creating with Shapes-Create 4 New Shapes!

            *Shape Templates # 1

    *Complete The Shape Templates # 2

    ELA Lessons:   (Take a photo of completed work and post on class Dojo)

    Dojo’s Daily story reading by Mrs. Barnard & Activity 4 days = 4 stories

    SeeSaw Activities:

            *Week 5 Find the Sight Words

            *Beginning Sounds 1 & 2

    Word Works:

    Sight/Tricky words for the week:

    once, said, says, were, here, there, who, came, come, get

    *Practice reading them every day!

    *Write the words 5 times and say the letters and the word as you write it in your best handwriting. (doing this 3 -5 days would be awesome!) If all you can is one time that is okay, too.

    CKLA Work:    

     Complete the attached worksheets   (bottom of post says: CKLA work -in blue letters)                         

    Writing:

    Combine your sight words with these phrases to make sentences. (Remembereading log capital letter at the beginning and end punctuation. Use your best handwriting!

    Phrases/words:

         Get up, tug on leg, sit up, mom, dad, cop, vet, mad, sad, pig, dog, cat, hen, hot, the, sat down, sat up, and,it

    sight words:

    once, said, says, were, here, there, who, came, come, get

    Example:   Mom said come and get it.                                 

     

    Homework: Read 20 minutes a day and record on the Reading Log. You can read alone or with someone any books you would like.reading log

     

    Social Studies

    See Saw activity: Needs and Wants

     

    Science:

    SeeSaw Activities:

            *Exploring Sound

    I-Ready-

     Complete 45 minutes a week in both ready and math AND with 70% pass rate.

    I will be checking!

    I miss you guys!

    CKLA work

  • Lessons & Videos for April 20-24

    The special this week is Art! Visit Mrs. Ben-Judah's website for art assignment. 

    Math Videos: (for instructional purposes)

    1. https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/185847

    About 20 minutes

    1. https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/18attached1103

    About 20 minutes

    1. https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/118750

    About 20 minutes

    Math Game:

    Shapes Activity:

    • Cut out the shapes and glue them together (attached under separate post)

    Math Assignments:

    Think Central: Sea Cave Shape game & Joining Shapes Game

    2 & 3D Shape worksheets 2 pages

    SeeSaw Activity

    Position Words (extra credit)

     

    ELA

    FYI: This is a good site for learning games.

    https://www.learninggamesforkids.com/

    • CKLA Skills worksheets 8 pages
    • Sight Words of the Week: came, come, eat, find, get, go, like, this, they, who
      • Practice reading them & Write the words 5 times each and say them out loud as you write. Use your personal best handwriting!

     

    See Saw Activities (can be done on a phone)

    1. Writers Workshop (writing work)
    2. Add the Correct End Punctuation!(writing/ foundational skills)
    3. Hidden Words
    4. Pete the Cat

     

    Science:

    50 years on April 22,1970, people around the world marked the 1st Earth Day. People gathered together to help each other understand the importance of protecting our planet.

    Watch Video

    https://science.nasa.gov/toolkits/earth-day-2020

    • Create your own Earth Day Poster take a photo and post on Dojo
    • Do something this week to make Earth a better place. Take a photo of what you did and put it on Class Dojo. Make sure you have an Adult with you!
      • Maybe you cleaned up litter on the ground where you live-record with your phone and post on Dojo.
      • Or maybe plant a tree, or help a neighbor clean up their yard, plant a garden/flowers, or anything you can think of to make your part of the world better.
      • Get your family started recycling! Check out Recycling videos on youtube (with an adult)

    Social Studies

    Social Studies

    Complete attached Holocaust Remembrance Activity about: kindness, diversity, and tolerance.

    All papers are attached here:

    CKLAweek4earthdaymath1math2math3math4

    socialstudies

  • April 13-17, 2020

    Special for this week is Music! Visit Mrs. Ben-Judah's webs site for your Lesson!

    Math Lessons:

    Think Central Videos/Activities:                           

    • Describe Circles
    • Name Circles
    • Shapes 1
    • Shapes 2
    • Position Words     
    • 3D Shapes 1
    • 3D Shapes 2

    SeeSaw Activities:

    *Shape Sort

    *2DShape Sides, Corner Detective

    *Create 2D Shapes

    Worksheets

    *Counting and Sorting Week 3

    ELA Lessons:  

    SeeSaw Activities:

    1. Rainbow Writing week 3
    2. 2. Word Work week 3

    3.a Sentence Mix Up 1

    3.b Sentence Mix Up 2  

    4.a Digraph Sort 1

    4.b Digraph Sort 2                    

    Dojo’s Daily story reading by Mrs. Barnard & Activity 4 days = 4 stories               

    CKLA Skills lessons Week 3(worksheets)                    

    CKLA Writing Week 3        (worksheet)                                      

    Reading Eggs                                                    

    Complete at least 3 activities                                            

    Raz Kids                                                           

    Complete 3 stories

    Homework: Read 20 minutes a day and record on the Reading Log. You can read alone or with someone any books you would like.

     

    Social Studies

    Social Studies Weekly Unit 9

    Complete Activities:

    Create a Neighborhood

    Our Planet

    Emergency Information

    Weekly Assessment #9

    Science

    SeeSaw Activity:

    Making Clay Brick Activity

  • Hello,

    I just want everyone to know I understand that some of you are considered essential personnel. Therefore, you can’t be at home with your kids. I understand difficult it is to feel torn to be with and helping your kids and doing your job.  Please don’t stress!  I’ve heard from & about stressed out moms and dads that want to do their best. Don’t worry we will work through together!  Our country is in a terrible situation right now.  However, the United States has been in rough situations before and made it through those terrible times. By continuing to working together we will come out of this stronger. Teaching children obviously takes a back seat to mental and physical health of you and your family.  I will always feel education is important, however, you have to be healthy to learn and grow. I want you to know, I get it! I don’t mean to cause anyone to feel more stress in an already stressful situation.

    The computer (or tablet) cannot replace the moments your children are missing in the classroom. I understand & I miss the kids very much!  However, I will provide resources (that I feel help meet your child’s individual needs) to help try to support their continued learning. It breaks my heart to think I might not be able to see or teach them again this year(their precious smiles and hugs are my real paycheck.).

     I still want to help prepare them for next year the best I can. I have my teacher website (located on the district site: www.marion.net/bve) set up.  I started as a weekly list so you would know what needs to be done for the week and could budget your own time. Please don’t get overwhelmed by a weekly “to do” list. I moving forward I will try to list daily activities within the weekly list. Some concerns about getting your children on every day has come up- don’t worry. I know that some families are sharing resources. Here’s what I’m asking your kids to do every week:

    ELA Weekly Goals: Reading is our Primary focus.

    Seesaw Activities for the week (suggested pacing)

    Word Work A-Monday

    Word Work B-Tuesday

    Letter Fluency-Wednesday

    Letter Sounds I know-Thursday

    Rainbow Writing -Monday

    Sentence Mix-up-Friday


    Class Dojo- I will read and record a story every day. Listen to the story and complete the drawing activity. Post a photo of your drawing to Dojo. Also on Dojo will be foundation skills practice lessons each week. Take a photo and post the completed work.

    Reading Log: On the teacher web site is a weekly reading log. You are to read 20 a day (alone or with someone) use the log to record the readings. Snap a photo and post on Dojo.

    Listening to books above their reading level has a multitude of benefits. If you work all day a simple bedtime story would be great. They can choose from the following: ▪ Youtube book). ▪ myON book (student’s choice). ▪ Parent read aloud (parents’ or student’s choice ).

    Reading eggs  “MY Lessons” Complete at least 2 lesson per week. The foundation skills that need to be practiced

     Reading A-Z (Kids A-Z) “Reading Room”: at least 3 books & quizzes a week. Each book has the students Listen to the book, read the book, and answer the questions.

     iReady Reading: 45 minutes. The recommended amount of time for students is 45-60 minutes. ▪ Students that only have smart phones to work on cannot do this. That’s ok! 😊 Do what you can do. ▪ If you have a tablet or a computer, it’s 100% independent. You have from Monday to Sunday to get the 45 minutes in. o Grades: ▪

    Seesaw will be their communication grade. ▪ Reading A-Z/Kids A-Z will be their comprehension grade ▪ Reading eggs/Dojo Assignments will be their foundational skills grade.

    Math Weekly Goals:

     Skills instruction: Think Central Assignments/Lessons The most important part is learning the SKILL. (first few weeks is 2d and 3d shapes which includes attributes and identification). The main resource is Think Central videos  and lessons/assessments. I have found some you tube videos and songs to use as well. The videos and songs are resources to help your child master the skills.

    Seesaw Math: The student will be expected to complete all Seesaw responses related to the current skills and some remediation practice.  

    iReady Math: 45 minutes. The recommended amount of time (for the week not per day) for students is 45-60 minutes. (again, do what you can do)

     

    Science & Social Studies Weekly Goals: Skills instruction: students will be taught concepts through videos, studies weekly, or mini projects. The purpose of the videos, studies weekly, and books is to help the students learn the concepts. If you have other resources, you are welcome to use them instead of, or in addition to what I have listed.

     Assessments: students will be expected to complete a science and a social studies activity through seesaw or in their home and upload a picture to seesaw or classdojo. (this activity will be your child’s grade for the week)

    Grades: one grade per week for each Science and Social Studies

  • Here is a link to help with some technology questions you may have tech help

Content App

  • Please submitt all photos of completed work via Class Dojo on the portfolio tab. 

    Thank you!

    To access Think Central for the math lesson:
    Look up towards the top of the page to the right a little and you will see a picture of a lap top underneath it it says-"desktop"  click the lap top and sign in. Then click textbooks (white words along thdesktop e bottom) . On that page you should see ThinkCentral.