The following is from Mrs. Cleaver:
Today’s blog is dedicated to my technology classes-no math today!
Hi First and Second Graders!
Happy Technology Class! I hope all of you are staying well. I miss you all!
Click on the blue words and then the link that comes up to go to these fun activities! Please choose any of the following for today! Happy technology class from home! Feel free to email me any questions. My email address is email@example.com
Today’s challenge is Chopped: Stay-at-home edition! Ask your parents for permission to participate! Use 4 ingredients in your pantry (no grocery shopping allowed) and make a snack or lunch for your family. We can’t wait to see your culinary creations!
Here is a recipe website for you to read through to get some recipe inspirations if you want to participate!
You may also do a search for easy kid recipes and search through websites if an older sibling or adult is there to help you!
In honor of the Chopped challenge today, here are two fun interactive games you may do at home!
Fizzy’s Food Truck serves great black bean burgers!
Leo’s Crazy Kitchen for making mole, a yummy dish!
If you want to practice your typing, go to BBC Dance Mat typing and get through all 3 levels: the hippo, turtle, and flamenco. Don’t forget to keep your fingers on home row! (f on left pointer and j on right pointer). Show off to your parents how much you know!
You may make your own mazes through Kodable.
You could always choose your own hour of code to complete at code.org/learn
ABCYa! is also a great app on a smart tablet that your parents may download. The free games of the week are: Storymaker, Blast Off!, Fuzz Bugs Graphing, Take a Trip! Jr, and Alphabetize. Click on one of the games and follow the instructions. Have a good time!
ELA Writing Prompt – What would it be like to be the tallest person in the world? Write 3 or more sentences.
Superkids – Read the story “Mr. Kumasi”, pp. 82-83 and complete Superkids Workbook pp. 43-44. *New this week: Spelling Words this week are: afternoon, backpack, homework, playground, sunlight, summertime, grasshopper, birthday, popcorn, pancake, toothbrush, and weekend. See if your child can tell what they all have in common; they are compound words, a bigger word made of two smaller words. Over the course of the week, please have your child write a sentence for each spelling word. Remind them to be sure they are using capitalization and punctuation. It should be a complete sentence which contains a noun (person, place or thing) and a verb (the action). Each sentence should contain at least 5 words or more. Work at your own pace. Please underline each Spelling Word in every sentence. Sentences are due by Wednesday, 4/8/20. Please upload to Seesaw when finished. Thank you!
i-Ready – Please complete 60 minutes of Math and 60 minutes of Reading throughout the week. Please complete by Sunday evening, 6pm. Work at your own pace.
Religion – Please work on and complete Chapter 6 of your Communion Book during the week. Work at your own pace. Keep working on your Last Supper poster.
Cursive – Complete letter “v” on p. 33. Remember for cursive, some cursive letters are trickier than others. Look at the sample, don’t forget to trace, and do your best! Circle one letter or word you think is your best!
Read for A.R. Do your best to get 7 or more points for the 3rd trimester!