You have a busy Zoom day today! We will meet at 9:00 to share our poetry with our kindergarten buddies! Then you have Mr. Weber at 11:30 and an optional Gimkit game with Sr. Johnson at 2:00. See his Google Classroom for more details.
All specials’ pages can be found here: Heathcote Gateway E-Learning Plans
Questions? E-Learning Questions Padlet
WORDS THEIR WAY
Log in to Pearson Realize. Please “Turn In All” today.
he best part of being in a book club is that you get to talk with your classmates about the book you are reading. You get to laugh together about your favorite part, build on each other’s ideas and see different perspectives by respectfully disagreeing with one another. It is these conversations that help you grow as a reader and thinker. Watch the video to remind yourself of what a great book club conversation looks and sounds like both in the classroom and virtually.
Read the agreed upon book club amount for today, and then schedule a time with your group to meet virtually to talk about your text. Make sure you watch my lesson before having your group conversation.
Math- ixl Review
Today you are going to explore IXL. Watch the video tutorial below to learn OR be reminded of how to log onto your Scarsdale Schools IXL account. (Remember, if you have a private IXL account that is linked to your PERSONAL email, that is separate from your Scarsdale Account!)
Click on the link for the Heathcote Gateway to log in to IXL: Heathcote Gateway
You will be doing the following practice skills:
- G (Multiplication Fluency) #1-4: Multiplication Tables for 2,3,4,5 and 10 – Fact Practice, True/False, Sorting and Finding the Missing Factor
- BB (Units of Measurement) #19: Compare and Convert Metric Units of Weight
science: Mystery doug Continued
Yesterday’s Assignment was a 2 day assignment – Creating a World Climate Map to learn more about how location affects climate. Be sure to post your Climate Map and new learnings/questions on SeeSaw
After completing the Mystery Doug Video, this is a wonderful way to summarize all the information we have learned about the different climate zones. Look for a special guest appearance!
If a family member of yours has Facebook and you are interested in some interactive LIVE activities, the Liberty Science Center has some amazing events you might just want to look into. These are ongoing events, so if you cannot do today’s (because we have Mr. Weber at the same time), there are many more opportunities for you to explore and participate. Liberty Science Center in the House
On this day in 1786 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera “Marriage of Figaro” premiered in Vienna, Austria with Mozart himself directing. Mozart completed this opera just shy of his 30th birthday. Read more about Mozart’s life and music here: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***
- Words Their Way-Due today
- Read 30 mins – Book Club book
- Watch book club lesson and meet up with your book club to talk about your book
- Watch IXL tutorial and complete G#1-4 & BB #19
- Mystery Doug Climate Maps due today- post maps on Seesaw