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

iReady Math - 45 minutes weekly ***MAX time please set a timer***

Task 2: Go Math Workbook  Measurement - Review

Plants all Around pg. 453-460 **Send pictures of pages 459-460 to email

Word Problems: In your academic notebook, Illustrate the word problems below and write the equation under the drawing for each. ** send a picture of this to email**

1. Jack picks 6 tomatoes.  Then he picks 4 more tomatoes.  How many tomatoes does Jack pick in all?

2. Four parrots are sitting on a branch.  Four more parrots land on the branch.  How many parrots are on the branch?

3. There are six watermelon slices on a plate. Three slices get eaten.  How many watermelon slices are left?

4. Six cats are playing in the grass.  Four cats run away to chase a mouse.  How many cats are still playing in the grass?

5. Ben has a box of 9 toy cars.  He takes 2 cars out of the box.  How many cars are still in the box?

Week 8 - 5/18- 5/22

iReady Math - 45 minutes weekly ***MAX time please set a timer***

Task 2: Go Math Workbook Daily Measurement Practice - Review

Activity:

Monday: Lesson 11.1 Pgs 465-468

Tuesday: Lesson 11.2 Pgs 469-472

Wednesday: Lesson 11.4 Pgs 477-480

Thursday: Lesson 11.5 Pgs 481-484

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Practice Counting to 100 Daily!

• Count by 1’s
• Count by 5’s
• Count by 10’s

Fun practice - Refresh Counting to 100!

• Counting to 100 Jack Hartman:

Rock and Roll Grandma and Grandpa - Jack Hartman

Climb that Mountain counting by 10's - Jack Hartman

Exercise and Count by 5's with Jack Hartman

Optional Work:

• iXL ( Do the stars, they are the skills we are working on.)

• Addition Songs With Jack Hartman:

• Subtraction Songs With Jack Hartman:

Week 7 - 5/11- 5/15

iReady Math - 45 minutes weekly ***MAX time please set a timer***

Word Problems: In your academic notebook, Illustrate the word problems below and write the equation under the drawing for each.  Addition and Subtraction Practice:  ** send a picture of this to email**

1. Dad catches 5 fish.  Then he catches 2 more fish.  How many fish does dad catch in all?

2. Four ladybugs sit on a leaf.  Two more ladybugs fly onto the leaf.  How many ladybugs are on the leaf?

3. Seven boys are playing soccer.  Two girls want to join them.  How many kids are playing soccer now?

4. Jack sees 9 school busses in the parking lot.  Then 3 buses leave the lot.  How many buses are left in the lot.

5. I can see 10 stars shining in the sky.  Then a big cloud comes by and covers all the stars.  How many stars can I see now?

Watch The Youtube Video: Measurement Balance Scale (2:45)

Activity: Compare Weight - Heavy And Light. ** Send A Picture To My Email**

At The Top Of The Page Label It Heavy On The Left And Light On The Right.  Draw Five Things/Objects On Each Side From Inside Your Refirigerator, Label Your Pictures.  Label Which Is The Heaviest And Which Is The Lightest.

Optional Work:

• iXL (do the stars)
• Addition Songs With Jack Hartman:

• Subtraction Songs With Jack Hartman:

Week 6 - 5/4- 5/8

iReady Math - 45 minutes weekly ***MAX time please set a timer***

Watch the YouTube videos below: (Parents always monitor when kids are on YouTube)

Seaseme Street - Ernie's Heavy and Light Game (3:43 minutes)

Measure Weight For Kids (2:45 minutes)

Seaseme Street Heavy and Light (2:21 Minutes)

Activity: Compare Weight - Heavy And Light. ** Send A Picture To My Email**

At The Top Of The Page Label It Heavy On The Left And Light On The Right.  Draw Five Things/Objects On Each Side, Label Your Pictures.  Label Which Is The Heaviest And Which Is The Lightest.

Heavy= how difficult to lift or move an object because of its weight.

Light = how easy an object can move because of its weight.

Task 3: Addition and Subtraction Practice:  ** send a picture of this to email**

Optional Work:

• iXL
• Addition Songs With Jack Hartman:

• Subtraction Songs With Jack Hartman:

Week 5 - 4/27 - 5/1

iReady Math - 45 minutes weekly ***MAX time please set a timer***

Nonstandard Measurement

Activity: Watch the YouTube videos below: (Parents always monitor when kids are on YouTube)

Sid The Kid Video Clips Introducing Measurement:(3:36 minutes)

Fab Lab Measurement With Sid The Kid: (5:42 Minutes)

Activity: Explore Measuring Height And Length Using Objects Around The House ** send a picture of this to email, even as you are doing the measuring :)

In your academic notebook, label the objects you will measure, you can write the word or draw pictures, (whichever you prefer).

2. Measure the height of your kitchen counter using a book.

3. Measure how long a room in your house is by using your body.

4. Measure how long your arm (or a family members) is using a Lego or a kitchen spoon.

5. Choose an item (pencil, crayon, block, shoe, etc.) to measure how long your couch is.

Height = how tall or short something is

Length = how long or short something is

Task 3: Addition and Subtraction Practice:  ** send a picture of this to email**

Read and solve these two word problems below in your academic notebook. Draw to solve the word problem and write the equation. Remember to show your work.

1. I looked out my window and saw some birds in the tree.  I saw 3 black birds and 4 big woodpeckers!  How many birds are in the tree?  Draw and solve this word problem in your academic notebook.(write the equation under your illustration)

2. At the pond, there were 10 frogs on a log, 8 frogs leaped into the water to swim.  How many frogs are still on the log?  Draw and solve this word problem in your academic notebook. (write the equation under your illustration)

Week 4 - 4/20 - 4/24

iReady Math - 45 minutes weekly ***MAX time please set a timer***

Daily Go Math Worksheets: Geometry 3D Shapes and Positional words

Monday: 10.5 - cone

Tuesday: 10.7 - Above and Below

Wednesday: 10.3 - Beside and Next To

Thursday: 10.9 - In Front Of and Behind

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Addition and Subtraction Practice:  ** send a picture of this to email**

Read and solve these two word problems below in your academic notebook. Draw to solve the word problem and write the equation. Remember to show your work.

1. In my garden I have lots of different vegetables.  Today, I pulled up 6 carrots and picked 3 tomatoes off the plant to make some soup.  How many vegetables will I put in my soup?  Draw and solve this word problem in your academic notebook.(write the equation under your illustration)

2. At the pond, there were 8 frogs on a log, 5 frogs jumped into the water to chase a bug.  How many frogs are still on the log?  Draw and solve this word problem in your academic notebook. (write the equation under your illustration)

Task 3: Making 2D and 3D Shapes - Send a picture of your 2D & 3D shapes that you make to email.

Example of 2D Shapes:

Example of 3D Shapes:

Activity: You will need the following items to complete this task: Play-Doh and Toothpicks or Straws - cut the straw into small pieces about three inches long.  You will make 2D and 3D shapes with the play-doh and toothpicks. Take your play-doh and make small spheres, take small pieces of the play-doh and roll it to make the spheres.  Use the toothpicks or straws to make the following shapes below:

2D Shapes to construct:

• Triangle
• Square
• Rectangle
• Rhombus
• Hexagon (6 sides)
• Pentagon (5 Sides)
• Octagon (8 sides)

3D Shapes to construct:

• Cube
• Rectangular Prism
• Pyramid

As you make your 2D and 3D shapes you can also put the individual ones together to make a structure. Have Fun!!

Optional Work:

• iXL
• Addition Songs with Jack Hartman:

• Subtraction Songs With Jack Hartman: