Monday, April 27th

Hi 3M! Today we will be meeting at 10:00.

Check your updated Zoom Schedule for this week. 

Need a book suggestion? Have a question about the databases? Ms. Sorensen will be available for an open library time Monday through Thursday this week for anything you need at 2:00. The Zoom link is in my Zoom Schedule.

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

Check out your new words. I will meet with some groups today at our Zoom to talk about the spelling rules for this week, so if you get started and are having trouble, hold off until our class.

ela: Poetry Publishing

  1.  Complete your Google Drawing Checklist
  2. Receive my feedback  and make the necessary corrections to your Google Drawing and poem. If you don’t see any comments, you are good to publish 🙂
  3. Watch the video above for directions to publish your poem on Padlet
  4. Click on the 3M Art and Poetry Festival Padlet to post your poem
  5. Wait for it to be approved on Padlet
  6. Any trouble? Check out Mr. Casal’s tutorial for posting from both a computer and an iPad
Scroll down to the last tutorial to find-Post to Padlet
ela- Book Clubs–discussion @ 10:00 zoom

Today during zoom we will go over book clubs.  I have made new book clubs and I assigned books on Epic for each club. We will go over everything today at 10am.  Then I will send further information in your reading folders to help guide you and your book club members. You will make reading assignments for 20- 30 minutes after our lesson today.

math- comparing capacity

Watch this video first to recap our work from last week and move into our new unit of study. Can you guess what that might be?

Watch this video to learn about another measurement called capacity.  Capacity is the amount of liquid a container can hold.  You will watch a demonstration how different containers can have different shapes and sizes and a variety of capacities.

Copy and paste: WB pages 37-39

Print option: capacity wb37-39

science: weather and climate- DUE Wednesday

In this Mystery, students learn how to make predictions about the weather by observing clouds and their changes. In the activity, Storm Spotter’s Guide, you will create a small book to record your notes, identify different types of clouds, and think about wind direction to figure out if a storm is heading your way.

Steps to complete:

  • Weather & Climate Part One Slides are in your science folder.
  • Print booklet : Storm Spotter’s Guide before watching the video
  • The link to watch Mystery Doug “Stormy Skies” is on the slides.
  • Watch video and Doug will prompt step by step along the way (he will show you how to make the Storm Spotter’s guidebook)
  • Post a video of your Storm Spotter’s Guide on Seesaw– This is due Wednesday 
smart Fact

On this day in 1810 Ludwig van Beethoven composed his famous piano piece Für Elise. It is probably the most famous piano piece ever composed.  If you are not familiar with the beautiful music, click here to enjoy: Beethoven Für Elise

 

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

  • Words Their Way-Due Friday 
  • Read 30 mins – Book Club Introduction during Zoom lesson
  • Post your Poetry Google Drawing to our class Padlet.
  • Watch math lesson videos and complete Math Workbook pages 37-39
  • Go to Science Folder and open “Weather and Climate Part 1” 
    • Watch the Mystery Doug Video
    • Complete Storm Spotter’s Guide & Post a video of you explaining different clouds and showing complete guide 
    • All Due Wednesday 

 

 

 

 

Friday, April 24th

Hi 3M! Today we will be meeting at 10:00. Wear your PJs for a 3M Pajama Party and get ready to hear a great story that combines our love of poetry and animals. 

Sr. Johnson is hosting a live, grade-wide game at 9:30. Check his Google Classroom for more details. Have fun playing with your friends from all of the 3rd grade classes!

Mr. Weber will be meeting with you for Instrumental Music today at 11:30. Check the Zoom document for the link.

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.”

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases.

ELA- POETRY: GOOGLE DRAWINGS & Checklist

Please complete the checklist today before you share the final version of your Google Drawing. Be sure to “check off” each item as it is completed. You have two options today. One option is to digitally use your checklist. I have shared this document with you in your WRITING folders. You can also print the Google Doc provided and check each item off with a pencil or pen. However you complete it, be sure to share the final version of your Poetry Google Drawing with me by the end of the day. 

MATH- word problems adding and subtracting g and kg

Workbook page 26 Slides to put into April E-Learning Slideshow

Workbook page 26 To PRINT and put on slideshow later 

Please also complete the BrainPop activity that was assigned to you called, Grams and Kilograms.

 

 

 

science:
  1. For some of you Science work today is to complete the assignments that remain unfinished from the week. Also, please check for corrections and suggestions on your Google Slides. This is the first priority for Science today.
  2. The weather forecast for today is a high of 49 degrees F and a 90% chance of rain. If you are curious about how those clouds in the sky form or why it rains, then this is the experiment for you! Read the directions carefully, gather the necessary supplies and get to work on creating your own water cycle in a bag. When you are done, take a photo and upload it to SeeSaw to record your learning and share with us.

    This is my water cycle in a bag. The picture was taken this morning. I can’t wait to see yours!
  3. If you have completed all assignments, and the revisions have been made, go on a VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP! (Optional)

    Virtual Field Trip to The Weather Channel

    • Travel to Atlanta, Georgia to meet Kyle from The Discovery Channel and Mark, a Meteorologist with The Weather Channel. On this trip you will learn about Extreme Weather and see what happens behind the scenes of the shows on The Weather Channel. 
    • This is a recording of a live trip that happened several years ago, so you are not able to send questions or comments. 
    • The video is approximately 1 hour in length and very interesting! Try watching it in two parts – 30 minutes each time. Take notes on surprising facts, new weather instruments and questions you have. 

 

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

    • Words Their Way-Due today
    • Read 30 mins 
    • Finish on Poem Google Drawing in Writing folder
    • Complete Poetry Google Drawing Checklist
    • Math Workbook Page 26
    • Complete BrainPOP Jr. Grams and Kilograms Assignment
    • Complete and Revise ALL Science assignments from the week
    • Create a “Water Cycle in a Bag” Take a picture and show on Seesaw

Thursday, April 23rd

Hi 3M! Today we will be meeting at 10:30 to hear the Book of the Month from Ms. Stile.

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. Continue to work on your sorts for this week. You are welcome to “Turn In All” if you feel like you’ve practiced enough and understand the patterns.

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases. The book, “What is a Thunderstorm?” was assigned to you on Epic. Please complete this reading. 

ELA- POETRY: google drawings

Today, poets, your job is to select your favorite poem from the last few weeks of our poetry unit. Pick one that you are proud of and want to share for our Heathcote Virtual Art and Poetry Festival. Watch the video, and create your own Google Drawing in your Writing folder of your Drive to publish your poem. 

You have both today and tomorrow to create your drawing. Please be sure that your spelling and punctuation are correct. Include your first name or your initials only. 

MATH- adding and subtracting compound units

Today we will continue to look at compound units kg and g.  You will learn a few strategies to help you add mass in kg and g or subtract g from k.  Please look closely at the different strategies mentioned in the video and decide which method works best for you. 

*Correction: Mrs. DeGrazia, in her video, states the answer to # 14b is 5kg, 450g. The correct answer is 5kg 100g.  Also, the true answer to #15 is 25kg.  Sorry for any confusion. 

You may need to write the answers on a separate piece of paper and take a picture of it, or write it on a slide.  The problems are spaced tightly together. 

science: water cycle day 3

Today’s lesson includes a book to read on Epic titled, What is a Thunderstorm?, a song to reinforce the important weather vocabulary and a really fun vocabulary game that your whole family might enjoy!

In your Science folder are the slides to today’s science activities. It is called, Water Cycle 3.

Heads Up Weather Game- Print these pages to get started on the fun! 

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

    • Words Their Way-Due tomorrow
    • Read 30 mins 
    • Read “What is a Thunderstorm?” on Epic
    • Work on Poem Google Drawing in Writing folder
    • Math Workbook Pages 22-23
    • Play Weather Heads Up 
    • Complete 4 Stop and Think Questions (Either directly in the slides or copy and paste into your April E-Learning slideshow. 

 

Wednesday, April 22nd

Happy Earth Day, 3M! Today is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

 

 

 

I will meet with you today at 10:00 for our class Zoom session where I will talk more about the Heathcote Art and Poetry Festival and answer some of your AWESOME questions about evaporation and ground water.

All specials’ pages can be found here: Heathcote Gateway E-Learning Plans

Questions? E-Learning Questions Padlet

earth day special activities:
  1. Smithsonian Collection: Our Big Blue World
  2. Discovery Education Video: Earth Day
    • In what ways do humans affect the environment?
    • What are some problems placing the environment today?
    • Why is it important to protect the world around you?
    • How can you promote environmentalism in your own community?
    • What can you do to help the environment?
  3. Sci Show Kids Earth Day Video: Earth Day Video
  4. Happy Earth Day Coloring Sheet
  5. Earth Day Word Search
WORDS THEIR WAY

Log in to Pearson Realize. Continue to work on your sorts for this week. If you have any trouble, we can meet today after our Zoom session. After today you are welcome to, “Turn In All” if you feel like you’ve practice enough and understand the patterns.

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases. The book, Acrostic Poems was assigned to you on Epic. Please complete this reading. 

ELa- poetry: Acrostic

Read-Write-Think Interactive Acrostic Maker- You will need to have Flash to work with this tool.  

Earth Day Acrostic Template (Optional) If you would like to use this PDF to get you started writing an Earth Day acrostic poem feel free to use this. Print it out and upload your finished poem to Seesaw to read it aloud to us. 

ela- Heathcote art and poetry festival **This is will be topic of our zoom today. Do not start until we talk.**

You should choose a poem of your creation that you would like to share and present on Heathcote’s Virtual Art and Poetry Festival. Once you have chosen a poem, you are to create a “Google Drawing” in your “Writing Folder” on your drive. You can insert pictures, drawings and other creative and colorful options that relate to the poem’s meaning. Most importantly, your writing MUST be readable – meaning color and font choice should be carefully chosen. This assignment is due Friday April 24th. Poems will be then inserted onto your Padlets that are assigned to our class by Tuesday April 28th. I will give you the Padlet link on Friday. 

Math- extra practice

EP Friendly Notes for Mass

Extra Practice PP 126-128 (Do not do #4 on Pg. 128)

Print option: EP pages 126-128  (Do not do #4 on Pg. 128)

Challenge Alert!!

How much money does the longest word in the English Language cost? 14 Longest Words in English

Think of each of these as cents. A= .01 W= .23
science: Water cycle day 2

In this video Dr. Jeff and his sidekicks will teach you all about the movement of water throughout the water cycle.

 

There are 4 Stop and Think questions to answer after you watch the video. I have put today’s slides into your SCIENCE folder, it is called Water Cycle 2. Copy and paste the slides to the science section of your E-Learning slideshow. Finally, there’s a very cool experiment for you to try. If you do complete the experiment, snap pictures of it and share it on Seesaw or your April E-Learning Slideshow. 

Videos From Today’s Zoom:

SMART FACT

The first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970, when a United States senator from Wisconsin organized a national demonstration to raise awareness about environmental issues. Rallies took place across the country and, by the end of the year, the U.S. government had created the Environmental Protection Agency. By 1990, Earth Day was an event celebrated by more than 140 countries around the globe. Click on this National Geographic link to learn how you can help to make a difference. 

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

    • Words Their Way-Due Friday
    • Read 30 mins 
    • Read “Acrostic Poems” on Epic
    • Write an acrostic poem and post to Seesaw
    • Math Extra Practice Pages 126-128
    • Watch the Generation Genius Water Cycle Video
    • Complete 4 Stop and Think Questions

 

 

Tuesday, April 21st

See you today at 10:00 for our Zoom class. However you have a P.E. Check in with Coach S.  Before our meeting at 9:30. Check your Zoom document in your S.S. folder.

All specials’ pages can be found here: Heathcote Gateway E-Learning Plans

Ms. Bescherer’s Google Classroom Code: aozsbjq

Questions? E-Learning Questions Padlet

WORDS THEIR WAY

Log in to Pearson Realize. Continue to work on your sorts for this week. If you have any trouble, we can meet today after our Zoom session.

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases. Please try to include at least 10 minutes of poetry reading as part of your reading time for today.

ELA- POETRY: Cinquain

Today you will be learning about how to write a cinquain poem. Watch the video and read about cinquain poetry in Epic. I have assigned the book, “Cinquain Poems” to you, so please check the mailbox at the upper right hand corner and read the text. https://www.getepic.com/app/read/35365

Use these guidelines to help you write your syllable cinquain poem.

 

Then, try to write a cinquain poem of your own! Put the finished product on Seesaw. Can’t wait to see your cinquain poems! 

MATH- Subtracting kg and g

In this video you will learn how to subtract kilograms from grams.  You will learn three different strategies to solve these problems. Listen carefully to each strategy and you will choose which method works best for you.  

Workbook p21

DMC #12

Science-water cycle- part one

I have put the slideshow into the SCIENCE folder on your drive. There you will find the links to the Interactive Water Cycle, the Padlet for notes and the Vocabulary matching activity. Please copy and paste the vocabulary matching activity to the Science section of your April E-Learning Slideshow for feedback.

SMART FACT

On this day in 1956 : Elvis Presley had his first number one hit with “Heartbreak Hotel” which topped the Billboard charts.  Click on this link to see The King of Rock & Roll sing his #1 song live. 

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

    • Words Their Way-Due Friday
    • Read 30 mins 
    • Read “Cinquain Poems” on Epic
    • Write a cinquain poem and post to Seesaw
    • Math Workbook page 21
    • Read about the Water Cycle using the Interactive Water Cycle Model
    • Fill out the Take Note Padlet
    • Complete Vocabulary Matching Game 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, April 20th

See you today at 10:00 for our Zoom class where we will check in with one another, Mrs. de La Garza will talk to us about poetry and Mr. Casal will unveil something exciting.

You will also have two additional Zooms today. Check your Zoom document in your S.S. folder.

  • Music: 11:30
  • Spanish 2:20

All specials’ pages can be found here: Heathcote Gateway E-Learning Plans

Ms. Bescherer’s Google Classroom Code: aozsbjq

Questions? E-Learning Questions Padlet

WORDS THEIR WAY

Log in to Pearson Realize

Check out your new words. I will meet with some groups today at our Zoom to talk about the spelling rules for this week, so if you get started and are having trouble, hold off until our class.

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases. Please try to include at least 10 minutes of poetry reading as part of your reading time for today.

eLa- Poetry: haiku

Today you will be learning about a form of traditional Japanese poetry called, haiku. After you watch the video please explore haiku poetry written by children and try your hand at writing haiku yourself. Be sure to publish your poetry on Seesaw and read it aloud for us to hear. Can’t wait to see your haiku!

Syllable Finder: This is a handy website that can help you figure out how many syllables are in the word you want to use in your haiku poem.

math- Converting g to kg

In this lesson, you will learn how to convert a mass that is measured in both kilogram and gram units to only gram units. You will also learn how to convert a mass that is measured in only gram units to include both kilograms and grams.

Workbook pages 18-20

Science- Tracking the weather

Last week you were asked to read, “Tracking The Weather”, on Epic. If you did not do this, click on your mailbox to see the books I’ve shared with you. There is a collection of weather books. Read the book “Tracking The Weather.” 

Use this book to help you complete this graphic organizer on Weather Instruments (TO PRINT)

 **I put a Weather Instruments graphic organizer in your Science Folders if you want to edit with Kami. Your edited version will be automatically saved in the same folder.**

Need help with Kami? Check out the tutorial Mr. Casal created on the Heathcote Tech blog: Kami-PDF Extension

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

  • Words Their Way-Due Friday
  • Read and Write Haiku poetry
  • Read 30 mins (“Tracking the Weather” can be included in this)
  • Math Workbook pages 18-20 
  • Re-read or finish reading “Tracking the Weather” in Epic
  • Fill out Weather Instruments Graphic organizer
    • Share on your E-Learning Slideshow, Seesaw or if you use Kami, Kami will save it in your Science folder 

Friday, April 17th

We will be Zooming as a class today with Mr. Casal at 10:00. At the end I will meet with a small group to talk about the math for today.  Check your Zoom document for that link.

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. All of the activities should be complete by today so please, “Turn in All.”

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases. Please try to include at least 10 minutes of poetry reading as part of your reading time for today.

ELA- poetry centers

Enjoy exploring poetry in a different way today! Get inspired by a beautiful piece of poetry and create some art that shows what you see in your mind. Or go outside and find something that inspires you in nature to be descriptive and create your own poetry. Please complete at least one of these activities today and share on Seesaw. Post a picture of your artwork or nature item, and then use the microphone to read aloud the poem to go with it. 

Here are the slides from the video if you would like to look more closely at the directions: Poetry Centers

Poetry Websites:

math- mass and weight: compound units

Today in the video you will learn you can weigh objects in compound units, kilograms and grams. You will see examples of enlarged scales and discuss the value of each unlabeled mark. This video will help you understand how to read different weighing scales. Also, you will look at a balance scale instead of a weighing scale to measure the mass of an object.

Workbook p17

Visit Thinking Blocks to revisit bar modeling strategies. You can select a model to challenge yourself to different word problems. Read the word problems, label the bars, create the actual bar models and solve the problem.  This great website guides you and gives you hints along the way to be successful solving word problems by drawing a bar model .

DMC #11

science- weather forecasting

The forecast for the 5 days you recorded the actual weather.

This lesson is all about Data Analysis. Looking at the information you recorded this week on your weather journal and comparing it to the professional forecast 10 day forecast (or the picture of the forecast provided above). You will need your completed weather journal to do this work.

  1. Complete your weather journal for Friday
  2. Copy and paste these Stop and Think questions to your E-Learning Slides, answer in complete sentences with details. 
  3. Take a picture of your completed weather journal and record yourself comparing the forecast to the actual weather on Seesaw. Simply say the results of your first Stop and think Question. 

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

  • Words Their Way-please “turn in all” 
  • Complete a poetry center and record on Seesaw
  • Read 30 mins
  • Math Workbook pages 15-16- yesterday’s pages 
  • Math Workbook Pg. 17
  • Practice bar modeling using Thinking Blocks 
  • Fill in Weather Journal for Friday
  • Complete the 3 Stop and Think questions 
  • Take a picture of your completed weather journal and record yourself comparing the forecast to the actual weather on Seesaw. 

 

Thursday, April 16th

You have a Zoom session with Ms. Sorensen at 2:00 today.  Check your Zoom document for that link, as well as an e-mail your parents have received.

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. Continue to work on the activities for this week’s words. If you are done, you are welcome to “Turn in All.”

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. If you would like, check out  Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases. Please try to include at least 10 minutes of poetry reading as part of your reading time for today.

ELA- POETRY: onomatopoeia

Watch the video below to hear about using onomatopoeia in a poem to create a sensory image. Then click to explore onomatopoeia poems that use this technique, and try writing some onomatopoeia poems of your own! Take a picture of it and record yourself reading it on Seesaw.

Poetry Websites:

math- word problems using grams

This is a lesson on word problems using gram units. You will be expected to draw a bar model, label it correctly with all parts (known and unknown information) and then solve for it. The examples are provided for you in the lesson and then one problem from your workbook pages is solved so you know what is expected. **Due by the end of Friday**

Question #9 is solved using long division. (We have not taught this yet.) You can try it if you would like, but if it is too difficult, please skip. 

Workbook pages 15-16 Slides 

Workbook pages 15-16 to be printed

science:
  • Complete your weather journal for today using one of these websites: Wunderground and  News 12
  • Reading on Epic:  If you haven’t logged on to Epic yet, please follow these directions and do so now. Go to https://www.getepic.com/students and use the code xdl6883
    • Click on your mailbox to see the books I’ve shared with you. Read the book “Tracking The Weather” – Read carefully and take notes on new words/phrases; surprising facts; questions you still have; wonderings. You should record these notes in the science section of your E-Learning Slides.  

SMART FACT

On this day in the year 1972, NASA launched the Apollo 16 Spacecraft from Cape Canaveral, Florida. It was the fifth mission to land men on the moon and return them to Earth. If you are interested in learning more about space, check out NASA Kids Club. You won’t be disappointed!  

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

  • Words Their Way-Due Friday
  • Write a poem using onomatopoeia and share on Seesaw
  • Read from Epic Poetry Collection
  • Math Workbook pages 15-16 **Due at the end of the day Friday**
  • Read from Epic Weather Collection and take notes- “Tracking the Weather”
  • Fill in Weather Journal for Thursday
  • Check out NASA KIDS CLUB

 

 

Wednesday, April 15th

We have a Zoom session today at 10:00. Check your Zoom document for that link. If you have any questions for me about today’s work, I can help you then.

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. Continue to work on the activities for this week’s words.

Cursive- G and S

Watch the two tutorials on how to write a capital G and S. Then complete the cursive practice by printing out the pages and showing me in your April E-Learning Slideshow.

ELA- POETRY: alliteration

Your rhyming poems from yesterday were AMAZING! Today, watch the video below to hear about using alliteration in a poem to create rhythm. Then try to find some poems that use this technique, and try writing some alliteration poems of your own! Take a picture of it and record yourself reading it on Seesaw.

Poetry Websites:

math- Grams

science- Forecasting Weather Continued: We will discuss at our zoom @ 10:00

  1. Continue recording the weather in your weather journal. Either print out the journal from your science folder or use this link (Weather Journal) to do it digitally. Your choice!
  2. Read the headings “The Daily Forecast” and “The Importance of Weather Forecasts” in the PebbleGo Next article that you started yesterday: Forecasting Weather. (If this link does not work for you, try going to the library databases, clicking on PebbleGo Next and searching, “Forecasting Weather” to get to the article.)
  3. Scientists collect data and use sophisticated equipment to predict the weather. Read this to learn how animal behaviors and nature can be good predictors of weather too! National Geographic for Kids: Predict the Weather
  4. Complete the Stop and Think questions. Copy and paste the last three slides into the Science section of your April E-Learning Slideshow and answer the questions using details from your reading.

***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***

  • Words Their Way-Due Friday
  • Cursive Practice
  • Write a poem using alliteration and share on Seesaw
  • Math Workbook pages 13-14
  • Read Pebble Go Next article and National Geographic article (This can count as your 30 minutes of reading, if you would like.)
  • Complete 3 Stop and Think questions
  • Fill in Weather Journal for Wednesday

Tuesday, April 14th

You have an art Zoom session with Ms. Cameron at 11:15. Check your Zoom document for that link.

  • All specials’ pages can be found here: Heathcote Gateway E-Learning Plans
    • Dr. Shultz has a new activity for you
    • Coach Synoweiz has posted a Seesaw activity for you to complete on a daily basis.

Questions? E-Learning Questions Padlet

WORDS THEIR WAY

Log in to Pearson Realize. Continue to work on the activities for this week’s words.

ELA- READING

Please complete 30 minutes of independent reading. Don’t forget about Storyworks, Scholastic News, Epic and True Flix on the library databases.

ELA- Poetry: rhyme

Watch the video above to hear about using rhyme in a poem to create rhythm. Then try to find some poems that use this technique, and try writing some rhyming poems of your own! Take a picture of it and record yourself reading it on Seesaw.

Poetry Websites:

math- word problems involving mass in kilograms

Today you will watch the video below to practice your problem solving strategies. Please have paper and a pencil ready to practice your work along with the video.  You will pause, practice, and check your work with me. We are focusing on word problems with mass and kilograms.

After watching the video please complete workbook pages 11-12. Every word problem you will need to use a bar model, and include a number and word sentence. If you are copying and pasting pages to your e-learning slideshow you will need to use the shape icon to make bar models. 

SCIENCE- INTRODUCTION TO WEATHER UNIT

  1. Continue recording the weather in your weather journal. Either print out the journal from your science folder or use this link (Weather Journal) to do it digitally. Your choice!
  2. Read the headings “Introduction” and “What is the Weather” in this PebbleGo Next article: Forecasting Weather. (If this link does not work for you, try going to the library databases, clicking on PebbleGo Next and searching, “Forecasting Weather” to get to the article.)
  3. Play the Weather Matching Game! The document is in your science folders. Cut out the pieces and see if you can match the vocabulary words to their definitions.
***BY THE END OF TODAY I NEED TO COMPLETE…***
  • Words Their Way-Due Friday
  • Read 30 mins
  • Write a poem using rhyme and share on Seesaw
  • Math Workbook pages 11-12
  • Read Pebble Go Next article and play Weather Vocabulary Matching Game
  • Fill in Weather Journal for Tuesday