Good Morning 3D! Today is Wonderful Wednesday!
Please watch the video first, then read the blog for closer details.
Remember to plan out your schedule for the day with breaks. Try to plan around a 9-3 school day, so you can finish your work early. Also, use the checklist at the end of our post to make sure you completed your assignments for the day. If you have any problems completing anything please leave us a comment on your E-learning slides to keep us posted about any conflicts. Last, it is VERY important you watch all videos that we post since these are our lessons to help you complete assignments.
Please remember to visit the specials websites: Heathcotegateway E-Learning option
- Mrs. Gelosa and Mrs. Dolma are commenting and checking assignments on your E-learning slides daily. Please read the comments and “reply” as needed. I will write a recap on Friday for you to review.
- Bring your poem in the pocket tomorrow
Come with a joke today. We will have 5 students share a joke to celebrate Camilla and her sister around 11:30 or so after our tech lesson.
Casal tech/Camilla’s birthday/ poetry festival/small group w DeGrazia – 11- 12pm
Today I will see students #15, 16, 17, 18 ,19 after our whole class zoom.
OPEN LIBRARY– 2pm
Go to the Heathcote Poetry Festival link and enjoy reading your friends’ poems in K-5. Have fun visiting all the classrooms.
READING AND WRITING: BOOKCLUBS
Today, after doing your agreed upon reading, you will be posting on your Book Club’s Padlet page. Watch the video today to hear about the Dos and Don’ts of writing on Padlet. I put this slideshow in your reading folder too for you to refer to during bookclubs.
While you are commenting on each other’s posts, please be sure to be respectful. These comments are meant to help each other, ask questions and push each other in a positive direction. These are our friends we are talking to, so remember the golden rule- do onto others as you would like done to you. If you would not like it said to you, don’t say it to someone else.
Some ways to disagree respectfully include:
I disagree because…
Please explain further because I see it a little differently.
Can you provide more text evidence because I thought about it in a different way?
Bookclub padlets are in you reading folder or you can post here: Bookclub padlet
WORDS THEIR WAY: WORK ON SPELLING ASSIGNMENTS
Please look at your new sort for this week. Complete a few activities per day (about 15 min). Leave the writing sort for Friday, otherwise it will erase your data. You may have to repeat blind and speed sorts more than once to receive 100%.Check all assignments on Friday, then submit all. www.pearsonrealize.com. DUE FRIDAY
CURSIVE: Lowercase m and y
If you need to complete these two pages by Friday, that is fine:)
Please watch the two videos to help with your formation of m and y. You may need to watch the videos more than once and then skywrite.
Please print and complete m and y cursive pages: Take a picture and insert in E-Learning Slideshow under cursive.
MATH: CAPACITY AND WORD PROBLEMS
Watch this video below. You will learn how you can find the capacity of many containers as well as a mini challenge for you to think about.
Watch this video below to see some different strategies on solving word problems with capacity.
Copy and paste these slides to your April E-Learning Slideshow under math.
You can draw bar models, draw pictures, write a number sentence or use a combination of the three to solve these two word problems. Think through your work and make sure you show how you solved the problem.
If you prefer to draw the bars and write the number sentence on paper, be neat and show all your work. Take a picture and submit into seesaw or put in your e-learning slides under math.
SCIENCE: Weather & Climate Part Two
- Go to Weather and Climate part 2 – This is also in your science folder
- Watch assigned book(s) on Epic – What is Climate? By Ellen Lawrence
- Post on the padlet complete each category (4)
- Optional read : What is Climate? By Bobbie Kalman
On April 29, 2004, the National World War II Memorial opened in Washington, D.C., to thousands of visitors, providing overdue recognition for the 16 million U.S. men and women who served in the war. The memorial is located on 7.4 acres on the former site of the Rainbow Pool at the National Mall between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. Numerous communities and artists have designed and built memorials to commemorate events in history. If you were to design a memorial to help people in the future learn about this time that we are living through right now, what might it look like? Share your design and thinking on SeeSaw.
***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***
- Words Their Way-Due Friday
- cursive m and y
- Read 30 mins and decide on how much you are reading with bookclub members
- Watch the video and post on your Bookclub padlet
- Reflex Math- 3 green dots by Friday
- Watch math lesson videos and complete 2 word problems
- Read What is Climate? on Epic and write on “Take Note” padlet (complete all 4 categories)
- Find a poem in the pocket to share for Thursday’s zoom