• Distance Learning Schedule 
    We understand that every child learns differently and will require time and flexibility to settle into a daily regimen. Parents should decide which time of day works best for their student to be able to focus on more difficult tasks such as a new reading level or a new math concept. With that in mind, remember that the following schedule is a suggested framework for learning that needs to happen daily, every few days, or once a week. These times are applicable to regularly scheduled school days, Monday through Friday, starting Monday, April 20th and ending Friday, May 29th.

    1. Please continue to have your child read to you out loud every day for at least 15 minutes. Students may choose from the Wonders books, Raz-Kids online option, or epic! online reading (If you are using it) or a book of their choosing that they can read with a little help from the parent.
    2. Spelling City This week we are reviewing Week 28 on Spelling City. Please continue each week with spelling practice online and using paper and pencil. Give the test each Friday in student journals.
    3. Student issues of Social Studies lessons: To be completed one a week
    4. Scholastic News/ Science Spin magazines: To be completed one a week; Online content that matches each issue is available on your child's teacher's webpage.
    5. Also click on the links for Music, Science, Spanish and PE, available on ClassLink and their class web pages.
    6. Please refer to the Language Arts Wonders Assignment Guide for Home Study for detailed weekly lesson ideas and assignments, if this fits into your family dynamic. It is not meant to overwhelm you, but to serve as a go to guide for what to do each week. You can certainly tweak it to your child’s needs as you see fit! This is not mandatory.
    7. Student handwriting practice books: Please complete two pages a day 3 days a week.
    8. Student journals & student dictionaries: Please complete three journal stories a week. A complete story includes an introduction; at least three details; and a conclusion sentence. Think about how you can write using each genre.  You can write an opinion, narrative, or informational piece.
    9. Math Practice
      • Please complete 30 minutes of ST Math a day (20 minutes of the "cone" levels and 10 minutes of facts fluency practice- look for the clock).  ST Math (the kids also call it JiJi Math) can be found on Classlink.
      • Envision Math - Please complete one student workmat each day

    Supplementary math support and activities can be found at these web links:

    Math links on my webpage ~ https://www.carmelunified.org/Page/174

    Reflex Math ~ ClassLink -NEW for our grade

    XtraMath ~ ClassLink

    ST Math: Daily math practice and ST Math Facts ~ ClassLink 

    Math tasks for every standard ~ http://tasks.illustrativemathematics.org/1

    Brain Pop Jr math ~ ClassLink

    Brain Pop Jr math addition and subtraction game ~ https://jr.brainpop.com/games/teachleyaddsubtract/?tid=157

    Time unit ~ https://www.education.com/activity/article/clock_first/

    Measurement and Data ~ https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-measure-data-topic

    Khan Academy ~ https://www.khanacademy.org/

     

Last Modified on May 3, 2020