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
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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
- Complete your Google Drawing Checklist
- 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 🙂
- Watch the video above for directions to publish your poem on Padlet
- Click on the 3M Art and Poetry Festival Padlet to post your poem
- Wait for it to be approved on Padlet
- Any trouble? Check out Mr. Casal’s tutorial for posting from both a computer and an iPad
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
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