• Week 9 -  5/26 - 6/1  ***LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL***  

    Task 1

    Activity: iReady reading - MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    ** either do: three - 15 minute sessions or two - 20 minute sessions

     

    Task 2 & Task 3 Daily Activities- 

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 10 Reader - CKLA Skills 10 Reader

    All CKLA stories that your child reads will be discussed at our Individual Conference on Friday. You may choose to discuss the questions with your child verses making them write everything out.  DO NOT send pictures of these pages to email.  I will ask specific questions about key details and story elements from each story. These stories are for your child to read and build their fluency.  Please do not read them to your child. Continue to re-read all of these stories. 

    Tuesday Activities:

    1. Read the story, Story digital above: "Cake and Grapes Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 10 Book pgs.35-37 & story pg. 57

    2. CKLA Skills Book Lesson 7.1 -  "a_e" pgs. 31/32   **Send a picture to email**  

    3. Watch the video on YouTube: Story by Robert Munsch, "Stephanie's Ponytail" Stephanie's Ponytail

    Talk about the story:

    • Who is the main character in this story?
    • Where are the different settings?
    • What is the problem in this story?
    • What happens at the end of the story?
    • Did you like this story?

    In your academic notebook, (key details) Draw a picture of your favorite part from this story, write to tell what is happening in your illustration, add vivid details to your picture and writing!  Label the title of the story at the top of the page.  This is one of my favorite stories - I hope that you enjoyed it too.  **Send a picture to email**

     Wednesday Activities:

    1. Read the story, Story digital above"Fun in the Sand Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 10 Book pgs. 43-45 Story pg. 63 

    2. CKLA Skills 10 Book: 8.2 pgs.39/40 Look at each picture find the word that matches the picture, write the word under the picture.

    Thursday Activities:

    1. Read the story, Story digital above: "Skates Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 10 Book pgs.53-55 -CKLA skills 10 book pgs. 81-82

    2. Watch the video on YouTube: Story by Robert Munsch,"Andrew's Loose Tooth "Andrew's Loose Tooth

    Talk about the story:

    • Who are the different characters throughout the story?
    • What is the problem in the story?
    • How does the problem get solved?
    • Would you be scared about what the dentist did?
    • How does the problem get solved?
    • What happened at the end of the story? 
    • How do you feel about having a loose tooth?

    Writing: In your academic notebook, write about how you felt when you had a loose tooth.  Did you feel like Andrew?  Were you scared of pulling the tooth out? Were you excited about the tooth coming out?  Did the Tooth Fairy come to your house?  What did the Tooth Fairy leave you?  Use the blank are for your beautiful illustrations, add details to your pictures with crayons to make them come alive!

    In your writing, tell about how you felt about having a loose tooth.  If you have not had a loose tooth, then you must predict how you will feel when this happens to you! **Send a picture of this to email**

     

    Friday Activities: 

    1. CKLA Skills 10 Book: 9.1 pgs. 41/42 Look at the picture and cirlce the word that matches the picture. **Send a picture to email**

    2. Favorite Book Writing: Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part or something interesting you learned, remember to add details to your pictures and add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  This story can be a Leo Lionni story from above, science, or any story that you read throughout the week. **Send Picture to email** 

    Friday Activities:  Finish all tasks above.

    NO CONFERENCE ON FRIDAY - MAY 29TH - THEY WILL BE ON MONDAY JUNE 1ST AT YOUR NORMAL TIME IF YOU CAN MAKE IT. 

     

    Optional BUT highly suggested to DO:

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily/FRY Sight Words practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency. Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

    I would highly suggest to continue the path of learning for your child.  I encourage listening to the videos for CKLA Knowledge - they are building background knowledge for future learning for your children in upper grades.  After watching the videos - have your child tell you about what they learned or what it was about. There is nothing to check off or turn in.  Please don't do these in one sitting, we were only doing 1 a week prior to this release of optional... If you can continue great - there are no activities but making connections and discussions.  Thank you!!

    Please continue your child's learning thoughout the summer.  The links will be available on the website for you via you tube.  Have Fun Learning about the Earth and helping our beautiful planet.  

    CKLA Knowledge 11: Taking Care of the Earth

    Click on the link below, You tube video attached. 

    Lesson 4: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    Lesson 6: Composting

    Lesson 7: Pollution

    Lesson 8: Air Pollution

    Lesson 9: Willy the Water Drop

    Lesson 10: Good Bye from Earth


    Week 8 -  5/18 - 5/22

    Task 1

    Activity: iReady reading - MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    ** either do: three - 15 minute sessions or two - 20 minute sessions

     

    Task 2 & Task 3 Daily Activities- 

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 10 Reader - CKLA Skills 10 Reader

     

    All CKLA stories that your child reads will be discussed at our Individual Conference on Friday. You may choose to discuss the questions with your child verses making them write everything out.  I will ask specific questions about key details and story elements from each story. These stories are for your child to read and build their fluency.  Please do not read them to your child. Continue to re-read all of these stories. 

    DO NOT send pictures of the story questions to email.

    Monday Activities:

    1. Read the story, Story digital above: "Scott and Lee Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 10 Book pgs.7-9 & story pg.23 

    2. CKLA Skills Book Lesson 1.1 -  "ee" pgs. 1/2   **Send a picture to email**  

    3. Watch the video on YouTube: Story by Eric Carle, "A House For Hermit Crab" A House For Hermit Crab

    Talk about the story:

    • Who is the main character in this story?
    • What is the hermit crab in search of throughout the story?
    • There was a sequence throughout the story...did you notice as you were listening? (by months)
    • What happens at the end of the story?
    • Did you like this story?

    In your academic notebook, Key Details - Label the title of the story on the top of the page - "A House For Hermit Crab". In the picture area, draw the Hermit Crab and all the different animals that decided to live on his shell as he asked them. **Send a picture to email**

    Predict: Talk about it: At the end of the story, when Hermit Crab gave his shell to the other hermit crab because he outgrew it, what kinds of things might he put on his new shell?   Think about the different things you know about the creatures/animals in the ocean.  Just have fun thinking about the different things that might be on his shell and talking about it with your partner.  Ask them what they think...

    Tuesday Activities:

    1. Read the story, Story digital above"Red Ants Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 10 Book pgs. 13-15 Story pg. 33 

    2. CKLA Skills 10 Book: 2.1 pgs.5/6 Read each sentence and fill in the correct word that best fits to complete the sentence. **Send a picture to email**

    Wednesday Activities:

    1. Read the story, Story digital above: "The Bees Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 10 Book pgs.19-22 -CKLA skills 10 book pgs. 49-50

    2. Watch the video on YouTube: Story by Eric Carle, "Mister Seahorse" Mister Seahorse

    Talk about the story:

    • Who are the different characters throughout the story?
    • What did Mrs. Seahorse do in the beginning of the story?
    • Does Mr. Seahorse talk to "girl" or "boy" sea creatures throughout the story?
    • What interesting facts did you learn about most "boy" sea creatures as you listened to this story?
    • What happened at the end of the story? 
    • Did you like this story?

    Sequence Writing: In your academic notebook, write about the story.  Sequence the beginning, middle, and end of the story.  Use the blank are for your beautiful illustrations, add details to your pictures with crayons to make them come alive! In your writing, tell about what happened in the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Please add details to your writing. 

    Sentence Starters: First, Next, Last or Finally    **Send a picture of this to email**

     

     Thursday Activities: 

    1. CKLA Skills 10 Book: 3.1 pgs.11-12 Read each word and look at the pictures, write the word under the picture that it matches. **Send a picture to email** 

    2. Favorite Book Writing: Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part or something interesting you learned, remember to add details to your pictures and add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  This story can be a Eric Carle story from above, science, or any story that you read throughout the week. **Send Picture to email** 

    Friday Activities:

    Conference with Mrs. Haworth & Finish all activities.

     

    Optional BUT highly suggested to DO:

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily/FRY Sight Words practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency. Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

    I would highly suggest to continue the path of learning for your child.  I encourage listening to the videos for CKLA Knowledge - they are building background knowledge for future learning for your children in upper grades.  After watching the videos - have your child tell you about what they learned or what it was about. There is nothing to check off or turn in.  Please don't do these in one sitting, we were only doing 1 a week prior to this release of optional... If you can continue great - there are no activities but making connections and discussions.  Thank you!!

    CKLA Knowledge 11: ** Start Knowledge 11 - 

    Click on the link below, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    Lesson 1: Introducing the Earth

    Lesson 2: Garbage

    Lesson 3: Natural Resources


    Week 7 -  5/11 - 5/15

    Task 1

    Activity: iReady reading - MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    ** either do: three - 15 minute sessions or two - 20 minute sessions

     

    Task 2 & Task 3 Daily Activities

    Please note the changes this week as you read through the tasks for each day.

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 9 Reader - Zack and Ann    Zack and Ann  

    All CKLA stories that your child reads will be discussed at our Individual Conference on Friday. You may choose to discuss the questions with your child verses making them write everything out.  I will ask specific questions about key details and story elements from each story. These stories are for your child to read and build their fluency.  Please do not read them to your child.

    DO NOT send pictures of these story question pages to email.

    Monday Activities:

    1. Read the story "When It's Hot Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 9 Book pgs.159-160 and Story digital above

    2. Watch the video on YouTube: Story by Leo Lionni, "Alexander and the Wind Up Mouse" Alexander and the Wind Up Mouse

    Talk about the story:

    • Who are the characters?
    • What are the different settings?
    • What are the problems in the story?
    • How did Alexander and Willy feel at the end of the story?
    • Did you like this story?           

    In your academic notebook, draw your favorite setting from this story.  Write to tell about why you like this part in the story. Write the title of the story at the top. Alexander and the Wind Up Mouse **Send a picture of this to email**

    Tuesday Activities:

    1. Read the story "Ann's Hat Box Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 9 Book pgs.167-169 Story digital above

    2. CKLA Skills 9 Book: 20.3 - Pg 139/140 Read each sentence and fill in the correct punctuation.  On the back of this paper write three addition sentences, use each of the puctuation: a period (telling), a question mark (asking), and exclamation point (excited). **Send a picture to email**

    Wednesday Activities:

    1. Read the story "Dan the Cab Man Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 9 Book pgs.177-178 - Story digital above or CKLA skills 9 book pg 187-188

    2. Watch the video on YouTube: Story by Leo Lionni, "Frederick" Frederick

    Talk about the story:

    • What did the mice do to prepare for winter? Why?
    • What did Frederick do to prepare for winter?
    • Why do you think Frederick thought it was important to gather sunrays, colors, and words?
    • Pretend you are a mouse who is working hard to gather food.  You see Frderick just sitting there.  How does that make you feel? Why?
    • Did you like this story? 
    • What do you think the message is in this story?
    • In this story, Frederick has the mice close their eyes and "visualize" We visualized the other day on zoom being back in the classroom.  We were thinking about the different things in the classroom that make sound. 

    Visualize Writing: In your academic notebook, visualize being back at school.  Close your eyes for a moment and think about what you really wish that you could be doing "at school".  Draw a picture about what you visualized in your mind.  Write a sentence to tell about what you wish you could do if you were back at school and how you feel.  **Send a picture of this to email**

     

     Thursday Activities: 

    1. Read the story "Help From Pals" Discuss the questions OR Answer the questions in complete sentences on the paper. The questions are located in your CKLA Skills 9 Book pgs.179-169-181 Story digital above or CKLA Skills 9 Book pgs179-181  

    2. Favorite Book Writing: Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part or something interesting you learned, remember to add details to your pictures and add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  This story can be a Leo Lionni story from above, science, or any story that you read throughout the week. **Send Picture to email** 

    I look forward to hearing you read your work to me on Friday. :)

    Friday Activities:

    Conference with Mrs. Haworth & Finish all activities.

     

    Optional BUT highly suggested to DO:

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily/FRY Sight Words practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency. Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

    I would highly suggest to continue the path of learning for your child.  I encourage listening to the videos for CKLA Knowledge - they are building background knowledge for future learning for your children in upper grades.  After watching the videos - have your child tell you about what they learned or what it was about. There is nothing to check off or turn in.  Please don't do these in one sitting, we were only doing 1 a week prior to this release of optional... If you can continue great - there are no activities but making connections and discussions.  Thank you!!

    CKLA Knowledge 10: ** Finish up Knowledge 10

    Click on the link below, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/

    Adventure 9: The Little Gray Pony

    Adventure 10: Stone Soup

     


    Week 6 -  5/4 - 5/8

    Task 1

    Activity: iReady reading - MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    ** either do: three - 15 minute sessions or two - 20 minute sessions

     

    Task 2

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 9 Reader - Zack and Ann    Zack and Ann  

    Monday Activity: Read the story "Swing That Net” Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling (draw a picture for each question). 17.2 #1-4 These questions are located in your folder. Story 21.6 (Skills 9 book Story pg 155-157 or digital story above/Questions 17.2 pgs109-111  Send a picture of this completed work to email

     

    Tuesday Activity: CKLA Skills 9 Workbook (pgs.147-150) 21.3- #1-4 Directions for these pages: Please read the sentence on each page (do not rewrite the sentence), add at least one detailed sentence to tell about what is happening with the ant, the fish, the pup and the hen. If you want to write more details and run out of lines just write below it.  In the blank area at the bottom, illustrate what you wrote about. Send a picture of this completed work to email.

     

    Wednesday Activity: Read the story "Spot's Bath” Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling. 19.2 #1-4 These questions are located in your CKLA Skills 9 Book - Story 22.4 (skills 9 book pg 165-166 or digital story above/Questions 19.2 pgs129-131 Send a picture of this completed work to email. 

     

    Thursday Activity: Read the story "The Pots and Pans Band” Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling. 21.1 #1-4 These questions are located in your CKLA Skills 9 Book - Story 23.4 (skills 9 book pg 175-176 or digital story above/Questions 21.1 pgs141-144 Send a picture of this completed work to email.  

     

    Task 3

    Activity: Read daily for 20 minutes, with a buddy or independently.  

    Thursday Activity: Fiction or Non-Fiction Writing: Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part or something interesting you learned, remember to add details to your pictures and add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  

    I look forward to hearing you read your work to me on Friday. :)

     

    Optional BUT highly suggested to DO:

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily/FRY Sight Words practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency. Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

    I would highly suggest to continue the path of learning for your child.  I encourage listening to the videos for CKLA Knowledge - they are building background knowledge for future learning for your children in upper grades.  After watching the videos - have your child tell you about what they learned or what it was about. There is nothing to check off or turn in.  Please don't do these in one sitting, we were only doing 1 a week prior to this release of optional... If you can continue great - there are no activities but making connections and discussions.  Thank you!!

     

    Activity: CKLA Knowledge 10: 

    Click on the link below, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/

    Adventure 6: The Elves and the Shoemakers

    Adventure 7: The House Builders: Bricklayers, Masons, and Carpenters

    Adventure 8: The Blacksmith

     

     


    Week 5 - 4/27 - 5/1

    iReady reading- MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    Task 1

    CKLA Knowledge: Do Adventure 5: Dressmakers, Tailors, Hatters, and Cobblers

    Click on the link below, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/

     

    Activity: Tradeperson - Dressmakers, Tailors, Hatters, and Cobblers

    You heard about four different tradespeople: dressmaker, tailor, hatter, and cobbler. Pick your favorite tradesperson, in your academic notebook draw a picture of what the tradesperson and the kinds of tools they used. Write to describe the tradesperson and the tools they use to do their job and the products they produced.

     

    Activity: VocabularyMeasurement Activities

    Write about the vocabulary word: measure.  On the next page in your academic notebook, in the picture area at the top.  Draw pictures of the different ways you learned that how to measure, label the different ways to measure. Writing area: Write about the different ways to measure - standard and non-standard ways.  

    Measure how tall you are:  With a partner, measure how tall you are with a non-standard item. The boy said use a pencil or banana.  It is easier if you lie down and let the other person help you measure.  You can also measure your partner to see how tall they are.  Who is taller?  In your academic notebook draw the item you used to "measure" how tall you are and write a  sentence.  You can also draw yourself and the person that helped you measure.  Have Fun!!!

     

     

    Task 2

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 9 Reader - Zack and Ann    Zack and Ann  

    Activity: Read the story "Bug and Frog” Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling (draw a picture for each question). 16.1 #1-4 - Send a picture of this completed work to email. These questions are located in your folder. Story 19.3 (skills 9 book pg 133 or digital story above/Questions16.1

    Activity: 18.2/15.1

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency. Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

     

    Task 3 - Reading and Writing

    Activity: Read daily for 20 minutes, with a buddy or independently.  

    Activity: DO this Thursday so you have a variety of books to choose from.  Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part or something interesting you learned, remember to add details to your pictures and try to add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  

    I look forward to hearing you read your work to me on Friday. :)


    Week 4 - 4/20 - 4/24

    iReady reading- MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    Task 1

    CKLA Knowledge: Do Adventure 4: The Cloth Makers: Spinners and Weavers

    Click on the link below, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/

     

    Activity:  Sequence Process: The Cloth Makers: Spinners and Weavers

    Based on the read-aloud, draw pictures to show the four steps to making cloth.  In your academic notebook draw a vertical line and horizontal line to make 4 quadrants.  Label each quadrant at the top: First, Next, Then, Last.  SEQUENCE THE PROCESS: Draw a picture to show the sequence of making cloth. Label the details in your picture or write a sentence in each quadrant on how to make cloth. 

     

    Activity: Vocabulary

    Write about the vocabulary: garments.  On the next page in your academic notebook, in the picture area at the top.  Draw pictures of 4 different garments, label the different garments that you like to wear. Writing area: Write sentences about the different garments you like to wear.  

     

    Task 2

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 9 Reader - Zack and Ann    Zack and Ann  

    Activity: Read the story "A Gift From Mom.” Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling (draw a picture for each question). 14.2 #1-4 - Send a picture of this completed work to email. These questions are located in your folder. Story/Questions14.2

    Activity: 11.2/12.1 -Just Practice

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency. Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

     

    Task 3 - Reading and Writing

    Activity: Read daily for 20 minutes, with a buddy or independently.  

    Activity: DO this Thursday so you have a variety of books to choose from.  Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part, label the characters, remember to add details to your pictures and try to add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  

    I look forward to hearing you read your work to me on Friday. :)


    Week 3 - 4/13 - 4/17 

    iReady reading- MAX 45 minutes weekly PLEASE set a timer

    Task 1

    CKLA Knowledge: Do Adventure 3, The Bread Makers: Miller and Bakers

    Click on the link below, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/ 

    Activity:  Sequence Events

    Click on Activity Page for a sequence activity, have your child complete the Explorer Page 3: The Bread Makers: Millers and Bakers.  Use these pictures to guide your child, do not print this page. In your academic notebook draw a vertical line and horizontal line to make 4 quadrants.  Label each quadrant at the top: First, Next, Then, Last.  SEQUENCE EVENTS: Draw a picture to show the sequence of making bread. Label the details in your picture or write a sentence in each quadrant on how to make bread. 

    Activity: Vocabulary

    Write about the vocabulary: customers.  On the next page in your academic notebook, in the picture area at the top.  Draw a picture of a place where you have been a customer, label the store name at the top (ex. Publix), draw pictures of the things you were buying as a "customer".   Writing area:  Write sentences about going to that store.  

    Ex.  I like to go to Publix with my mom.  We go to publix to buy milk and bread.  I got a cookie at the bakery. I love going to Publix!  

    Your kids should write their sentences on their own.  You can see in my example there are a lot of HFW's that your kids know.  Remember to focus on: capitalization at the beginning and proper nouns (name of store), spacing between your words, and punctuation.  

    Task 2

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 9 Reader - Zack and Ann    Zack and Ann  

    Activity: Read the story "The Tent." Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling (draw a picture for each question). 12.2 #1-4 - Send a picture of this completed work to email. These questions are located in your folder. Story 16.3/Questions12.2

    Activity: 9.1 Tricky word sentences (so, where, no, what, from) Read the sentence and decide which sentence the tricky word belongs in. Just practice 

    Activity: Tricky Words Daily practice - flash the cards to your child to build fluency.  All tricky words to work on: one, two, three, the, a, blue, yellow, look, I, are, little, down, out, from, all, was, when, word, why, to, where, no, what, & so.  Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  Just practice

    Task 3 - Reading and Writing

    Activity: Read daily for 20 minutes, with a buddy or independently.  With a partner: Talk about the story elements as you read or after the story, use your resource folder to find good questions to ask about the story and story elements. 

    Activity: DO this Thursday so you have a variety of books to choose from.  Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part, label the characters, remember to add details to your pictures and try to add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  

    I look forward to hearing you read your work to me on Friday. :)

     


    Week 2 - 4/6 - 4/10

     iReady Reading - 45 minutes weekly

    Task 1

    CKLA Knowledge:

    Click on the link below. Do Adventure 2, watch all video clips, including the word discovery. 

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/ 

    Activity:

    Click on Activity Page and have your child complete the Explorer Page 2: A Trip to Town.  Do not print this activity, in your academic notebook draw a vertical line and horizontal line to make 4 quadrants.  Label each quadrant at the top: Baker, Tailor, Cobbler, Blacksmith - just like the worksheet.  Draw a picture to show what each tradesman made.  Label the details in your picture, please remember to add details to your pictures. Write a sentence about each one and their job if you have room. :)

    Activity:

    Write about the vocabulary: everyday and rare.  On the next page in your academic notebook, in the picture area at the top, draw a vertical line to divide your paper in half.  Think about the examples the little boy talked about in the video of things that were "everyday" and "rare".  Now label the left side everyday and the right side rare.  Left side - Draw a picture of something that you do everyday or something that happens everyday.  Right side - Draw a picture of an object or something that is rare to you.  Write a detailed sentence or sentences about what you drew for each side.  

     

    Task 2

    CKLA Skills

    Skills 9 Reader - Zack and Ann    Zack and Ann  

    Activity: Read the story "Fix That Ship." Answer the questions in complete sentences, add details to your pictures by labeling (draw a picture for each question). 11.1 #1-4 - Send a picture of this completed work to email. These questions are located in your folder.

    Activity: Tricky Word Practice CKLA 17.4 Have your child cut out the tricky words to make flash cards, practice reading the words and flash the cards to your child to build fluency.  Your child should NOT sound out any of these words.  

    Task 3 - Reading and Writing

    Activity: Read daily for 20 minutes, with a buddy or independently.  With a partner: Talk about the story elements as you read or after the story, use your resource folder to find good questions to ask about the story and story elements. 

    Activity: DO this Thursday so you have a variety of books to choose from.  Which book did you like the best and why?  In your academic notebook write to tell about the book you enjoyed reading the most this week.  Draw a picture of your favorite part, remember to add details to your pictures and try to add more details in your writing.  Focus on capitalization at the beginning of your sentences, finger space between your words and punctuation... is it a telling sentence or did it have excitement (period. or exclamation mark!)  

    I look forward to hearing you read your work to me on Friday. :)


    Week 1 - 4/1 - 4/3 

    Activity: Click on the link below. ONLY do adventure 1, watch all video clips, click on Activity Page and have student complete the activity. If you are lacking access to a printer, just have child complete assignment on regular paper.  Scan or email finished assignment to my email. You can also click "Student Support" to extend the activity with your child.  LAFS.K.RI.1.1

    https://freeresources.amplify.com/colonial-towns-and-townspeople/