Please check Seesaw for next week’s assignments! Once everyone has access and have used their student codes, Seesaw will be the main learning platform for 4S. Thank you!
|Please refer to the learning plan mapped out below to establish a routine for your child during the time away from in class instruction. Please keep in mind your child’s learning will look different and is not meant to be a stressful experience.
This plan is intended to provide 2 hours per day of focused learning.
|READ & WRITE:
(Both Epic Books and Audible have 1 month free trials)
Create a Journal. Write in it each day and try to write at least one paragraph. If you would like, create illustrations for your journal. Possible topics for your journal are: Kindness is … , Describe your favourite food(s) using your 5 senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell.
Create a Spring Break Comic Strip. Research different comic strip templates. There are many different ideas available.
Share a photo of your journal or comic strip with me over Seesaw in your Language Arts Writing folder.
Visit the Library blog for library lessons and resources from Mr. Krol
Visit the French blog for information and lessons from Mr. Balintona
Practice your math facts! Make your own flashcards to practice your multiplication facts: 5×9=, 7×3=, 3×6= …. etc.
If you have access to an Ipad, practice your facts independently or with a family member.
Introduction to division review:
Division broken down plus practice
Play Division games for review and practice.
Visit the Music blog for information and lessons from Mr. Dela Luna
Create a one-line portrait of a family member. Using a pen or pencil, draw your family member without lifting your writing utensil from the paper.
Using materials from your house, build something of your choice: a house, a cityscape, a playground, an animal, etc.
Find a kitchen utensil or tool in your house and create a new use for it. Write a description of your NEW tool.
Go for a walk with someone you live with (practicing safe social distancing!)
Play catch with someone you live with.
Do 20 jumping jacks, 10 push-ups, and 10 squats.
Create an outdoor obstacle course, and complete it 5 times.
Complete this guided meditation. When you finish try the art activity to draw your very own dream tree house.
Share a picture of your tree house with me over Seesaw in your Social Thinking Skills folder.
Visit Ms.Olaivar’s PE blog and see what tasks and activities she has shared.
Name three ways you can be kind this week! Make a goal to accomplish all three.
Share a picture of your three ways over Seesaw in your Social Thinking Skills folder.
Try one or more of the choices from this week’s