Date: Wednesday, June 10
Happy Wednesday! Today the weather will be cloudy! Tell someone in your home three words that start with the letter “b”.
What was your favorite part of the story? Draw a detailed picture and write a sentence to match. My favorite part was ________________________________________.
(Message teacher for student’s password)
G2 Username: ccroke123
G3 Username: kcomtois123
G5 Username: aschneider123
Get ready to do some subtracting! That means we will be taking away from the first amount of objects to see how many we have left. Remember, you can cross out, circle, erase, color, use your fingers, use objects, or use a number line to solve the subtraction problems.
Practice reading/writing the sight words:
and up can I you to
You can also write them in sand, shaving cream, or salt with your finger OR build them with play-doh or magnetic letters.
Find a book in your home or on YouTube. Read the book, or have someone in your home read it with or to you. Talk about what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the story to someone in your home. Then draw a picture of your favorite part of the story!
Click on the link below to watch this great video. A group of Kindergarten Students wrote this book, illustrated it, and read it aloud for you! It is Great!!
ELL (Ms. Laura)
🗅 Look at worksheet #1 and circle the starting sound of each vegetable. If you can’t print the worksheet at home, pretend your finger is a pencil and circle the starting sound on the computer. Tell someone at home why you are making that choice. After that, check your work with Worksheet #1 Answer Key.
🗅 Look at worksheet #2 and write the missing letters of each vegetable. If you can’t print the worksheet at home, pretend your finger is a pencil and write the missing letters on the computer. Tell someone at home why you are writing that. After that, check your work with Worksheet #2 Answer Key.
🗅 Listen and sing along to the “A-B-C Vegetable Song”.
Specials : GYM
A video I thought would be good to teach students why healthy eating and getting enough sleep are important