Distance Learning

 April 19th-23rd

Daily Lessons

Writer's Workshop: Session 11 Wait! What's That Say? Fixing Up Letters before mailing them Objective:e.Children will be reminded that their letters need to be checked that they are easy to read before mailing them. They will stretch words to hear and record all the sounds.

 

Word Study:   Phonics Unit 4 Session 14

Segmenting Bigger Words by Syllable

Writers can use syllables to help them write bigger words. They can clap out the syllables , and then make sure that each syllable has a vowel.

 

Extension 1: Reviewing CVC Words

Gendron –PE
Murphy – Art
Scenna - Library

Eureka Math:  End of Module Assessment

 

 

 

Read Aloud

Listen to one of Mrs. Gendron's Read Alouds, or ask someone at home to read to you

Don't forget to take brain breaks and have some quiet time!

 

 

Readers Workshop:  Reader's Unit 4 Session 14

Avid Nonfiction Readers Pretend

Many of the things readers do with the storybooks can also be done with nonfiction books. It's especially important, when reading either kind of book, that readers pretend.

Daily Specials:

Gendron – Art
Murphy – Music
Scenna-Music

Word Study: 

Students will be introduced to the sight word "say". 

Find the story HERE

Eureka Math:  End of Module Assessment

 

 

 

 

Read Aloud

Listen to one of Mrs. Gendron's Read Alouds, or ask someone at home to read to you.

Don't forget to take brain breaks and have some quiet time!

Word Study:  Phonics Unit Session 15

Distinguishing Short-Vowel Sounds in Bigger Words

To strengthen your vowel power, you'll need to notice vowel sounds in bigger words. It will help to say the word slowly, listening for the vowel sound in the middle.

 

Extension: Hearing Medial Short-Vowel Sounds in Bigger Words

Writer's Workshop Session 12:    

Draw on the Repertoire of Strategies to write about a world problem. objective: Students will learn that when writers want to tackle new, ambitious projects, they draw on all they know --- in this case, all they know about writing persuasively.

 

ST Math: On Wednesday we do not have a special. 

Please have your child complete 30 minutes of ST Math. To login click Jiji below.

Eureka Math:  End Of Module Assessment

 

 

 

 

Read Aloud

Listen to one of Mrs. Gendron's Read Alouds, or ask someone at home to read to you.

Don't forget to take brain breaks and have some quiet time!

Readers Workshop:    Readers Unit 4 Session 15

Reading for Meaning and Rhythm and Fun

Reading poetry is a lot like reading sings. In fact, many poems are songs. Avid poetry readers read a poem over and over until the tune is right, they rhythm is right, the feeling is right.

 

Daily Specials:

Gendron - Library
Murphy – PE
Scenna - Art

Word Study: 

Students will be introduced to the sight word "for" 

 

Please read the story HERE

 

Eureka Math:  Module 5 Lesson 1:
Lesson 1: Count straws into piles of ten; count the piles as 10 ones.

 

 

Lesson Application Problem & Problem Set

Read Aloud

Listen to one of Mrs. Gendron's Read Alouds, or ask someone at home to read to you.

Don't forget to take brain breaks and have some quiet time!

 

Writer's Workshop:   Writer's 13 Sound Like an Expert! Teaching Information to Persuade your audiance.. Objective: Students will learn that persuasive writers  make their writing convincing by including facts that teach their readers important information about their topic.

Daily Specials: 

Gendron –Music
Murphy – Library
Scenna - PE

Word Study:   Phonics Unit 4  Phonics Unit 4 Session 16
Vowels Make More Than One Sound

Vowels can make more than one sound. Sometimes vowels make a short sound, like in the words we've been studying. Sometimes vowels make a long sound, which is the sound that matches their names.

Share: Studying the Different Ways a Vowel Can Sound

 

Extension: Learning High-Frequency Words Play, Say, and Day

Eureka Math: Module  Module 5 Lesson 2:
Lesson 2: Count 10 objects within counts of 10 to 20 objects, and describe as 10 ones and ___ ones.

 

Application Problem & Problem Set

ST Math:  For Extra Practice log onto ST Math for 30 minutes. 

Please have your child complete 30 minutes of ST Math. To login click Jiji below.

Read Aloud

Listen to one of Mrs. Gendron's Read Alouds, or ask someone at home to read to you.

Don't forget to take brain breaks and have some quiet time!

 

Sight Words of the Week!

Watch the links below for some extra practice with our sight words of the week!