Remote Learning Classrooms
4-School AM & PM
Vooks – for online read alouds
Storyline Online – for online read alouds
Go Noodle – Music and Movement
Kinder Spanish 4/22/2020
- Vooks.com – for online read alouds
- RyanandCraig.com – more online read alouds!
- Scholastic Home Learning Lessons – reading and corresponding activities
- Lunchtime Doodles with Mo Willems
- Art for Kids Hub – this is a link to a YouTube channel that has loads of drawing tutorials…I love when students practice following directions CAREFULLY 🙂
- 100 Activities to do at home during school closures – This is a link to a blogpost with 100 ideas of things to do that do not involve screen time!
1st Grade Parlmer/Prins
Please remember to have your kiddo do xtramath daily, if possible. Also, the EPIC! app is a great way for me to assign books to your kiddo at their level. Lastly, Education.com is a wonderful place for your kiddo to practice math and language skills at a 1st grade level. If you have not yet joined any of these, please let me know and I will get you set up!
Other websites you can use are:
Listen to Mrs. Kragt tell a story about an artist who had to stay in his bedroom for a long time, and how he painted pictures of his room. Then follow along as Mrs. Kragt shows you how to draw your bedroom.
Flight of the Bumblebee is a fun and energetic piece of music that follows the frantic flight of a Bumblebee. Can you picture it as you listen? If you’ve ever watched a bumblebee, they aren’t graceful flyers! They bump into things and they don’t fly very straight!
This music was written by a very famous Russian composer (just like painters paint paintings, composers write music, which are called compositions) whose name was Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, a fun name to say! He lived from 1844 to 1908. If he was alive today, he’d be 176! Nikolai was a good friend of Pyotr (Peter) Tchaikovsky, the composer who wrote the music to the famous ballet, The Nutcracker.
Pre-K Art –
KINDERGARTEN, FIRST and SECOND GRADE ART:
3rd Grade Artlesson:
If you could create your own treehouse what would it look like? What would the inside look like? Draw and color your treehouse.
Tie your shoes together and see if you can still do it
Link arms with someone and try to make it through
Create an obstacle course whether in your house or outside
See who in your family can complete it the fastest
Here is a really good example but feel free to make yours simpler- Obstacle CourseI hope you have a great day and enjoy the nicer weather that is coming our way!
Rainy Day Games
Find a ball and some empty plastic bottles and set them up in your hallway
How to score bowling
Play a game of PIG / HORSE using a pair of folded socks and your laundry basket
Put one of your couches in the living room sideways and hit the balloon over it like volleyball
How to play spoons
Make it extreme by hiding the spoons are putting them in a different room
These students have been added to a Google Classroom with all the 3rd-8th Graders. They are going to be required to do 9 different exercises each week and also complete at least one running lap around your house (partly for exercise, partly for fresh air, partly to let them feel like they aren’t trapped inside even for a little bit). There are two google docs that are attached to this email that all these students will have a copy of. They can choose to fill it out on their documents on google classroom or print them off and keep track of them this way. If a student misses a day or two of running around the house they can just make it up another day, it is really just a way to motivate them to keep moving in a time where it can be really easy for us to just sit around in our houses all day. If you have any questions about any of these forms let me know.