Welcome to our learning from home page!
Thank you for your patience as we navigate this new learning process together.
I want to encourage you to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns as I am always here to help.
Suggested activities for the week of April 6th-10th.
I will be updating learning opportunities on a weekly basis. Your child can access these sites through their Class Link accounts. Class Link will also give me the ability to track your child’s progress through these sites. Please contact me by email or Facebook messenger if you have any questions. There are additional activities available as you scroll down. Thank you!
-Calendar and Dates
-Time to the Hour
-Time to the Minute
-Time to the Quarter and Half Hour
-Choosing an Operation
Reading and Writing:
-Writing a Paragraph
-Writing about Yourself
-Continents and Oceans
-Fast Land Changes
-Goods and Services
-Needs and Wants
-Saving and Spending
Read and write facts about what you have learned.
Fiction and Nonfiction:
-Happy Mother’s Day Dear Dragon
-The No -Tail Cat or I Like What I Am
-Operators and Operands
Online distance learning using Classlink resources: https://launchpad.classlink.com/paris
Moby Max: Automatically tailors lessons to meet students' needs. Language, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Math and Fact Fluency are just a few of the tiles to choose from.
Brain Pop Jr.: Watch videos from ALL subject areas, take quizzes and play games based on the video lesson.
MyOn: Students may read books based on level and interest.
Spelling City: Check out previous spelling/phonics lessons and corresponding word lists and games.
Renaissance Pace: Math Facts in a Flash times and tracks math fact progress.
Tumblebooks: Students love watching books online this way!
Starfall: Look for First Grade language arts and math skills. You can find lessons and games here.
Other online learning opportunities:
Distance Learning ideas that do not require internet:
Write a letter or postcard and mail it.
Reading: Independently or with someone
Read a story and write a new ending to it.
Make a "blank book" with your own paper and write a fairy tale, fable or interesting facts about a topic.
Create a piece of art using any materials on hand
Practice addition/subtraction facts using flashcards.
Practice addition/subtraction facts using a timer and create a graph to track your progress.
Go on a shape hunt for 2d and 3d shapes. Use those shapes to draw a picture.
Play a board game or work a puzzle.
Learn a new life skill with a grown-up such as how to sort and fold laundry.