• Kindergarten Next Batch of Work (5/4/2020- 5/15/2020)

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    Day 21-

     

    Language Arts

     

    Listen to the story “Bringing Down the Moon”.

     

    Is the story fiction or nonfiction?

     

    Watch the Jack Hartmann alphabet review video!

     

    Pick a sight word that is tricky for you. Write or create it with.. (Crayons, Markers, Play Dough, Paint, Shaving Cream, you pick!)

     

    Writer’s Workshop

     

    Write about a time a friend helped you understand something?

     

    Mathematics

     

    Find two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional shapes in your house. Use the terms in front of and behind to describe the position of shapes.



    Day 22- (Cinco de Mayo)

     

    Language Arts

     

    Watch the video about Cinco de Mayo! Tell me one thing you learned about the holiday!

     

    Take a brain break and dance along with the children to the mexican hat dance!

     

    Practice writing the sight words what, this, me, here, want, said, they, have, for, and of!

     

    Writer’s Workshop

     

    Write a sentence about your favorite mexican food to eat!

     

    Mathematics

     

    Watch the Jack Hartmann video on counting to 10 in Spanish. 



    Day 23-

     

    Language Arts

     

    Reread the story “Bringing the Moon Down”. Draw your favorite character from the story.

     

    Watch the day two Jack Hartmann alphabet review video. Practice writing your uppercase and lowercase letters.

     

    Use our latest sight words to create a Bingo Board, and play Bingo with someone at home!

     

    Writer’s Workshop

     

    Write a sentence about things you can see in the night sky. Pick one and use details to describe it!

     

    Mathematics

    Watch Ms. Bonomo’s video “Plants All Around”. Listen to the read aloud and answer the questions she has about measurement!




    Day 24-

    Language Arts

     

    Watch the read aloud video “Papa Please Get the Moon For Me”

     

    Watch the short vowel video! (Ms. Bonomo’s Video)

     

    Use three of these sight words: what, this, me, here, want, said, they, have, for, and of to write three sentences.



    Writer’s Workshop

     

    What was one way this story was the same as “Bringing Down the Moon”? What was one way it was different?

     

    Mathematics

    Watch the math video on comparing lengths called the “Short Long Song”. Draw a pencil. Now draw another pencil that is longer. Draw a crayon. Now draw another crayon that is shorter. Draw a marker. Now draw another marker that is the same length. 

     

    Day 25-

     

    Language Arts

     

    Listen to the story “Moon! Earth’s Best Friend”

     

    What is one thing “they” do together!



    Writer’s Workshop

    Watch the Mystery Doug video about living on the moon! Write a sentence to tell me if you think you would like to live on the moon!

     

    Mathematics

    Watch the math video on comparing heights called “Grover Finds the Tallest Monster”. Draw a flower. Now draw another flower that is taller. Draw a tree. Now draw another tree that is shorter. Draw a house. Now draw another house that is about the same height. 



    Have a good weekend!

     

    Day 26-

     

    Listen to the story “Peter’s Chair”. What is something you have that you would not want to give to a younger sibling?

     

    Watch the Jack Hartmann letter Aa video. Practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter Aa. Write 5 things that have a long Aa sound in them.

     

    “Help” is one of our new popcorn words of the week! Watch the video for this sight word, and write the word five times using any materials you have in your house. (Crayons, Markers, Play Dough, Paint, Shaving Cream, you pick!)

     

    Writer’s Workshop

     

    How does Peter feel about his sister taking his chair in the beginning of the story?

     

    Mathematics

     

    Find two objects in your house. Compare the lengths: Which one is longer than the other? Which one is shorter than the other? Now we will compare the heights of two different objects.  Find two more objects in your house that stand up. Which one is taller than the other? Which one is shorter than the other?

     

    Day 27-

     

    Language Arts

    Reread the story “Peter’s Chair”. Draw your favorite character from the story.



    Watch the day two long Aa video. Aa is a vowel! These are special letters that make two sounds. Find 5 words that make a long Aa sound, and have a silent e at the end!

     

    “Help” is one of our new popcorn words of the week! Watch the video for this sight word, and chant the letters of the word. When you are done write the word in a sentence.

     

    Writer’s Workshop

    How does Peter feel about his sister taking his chair at the end of the story?



    Mathematics

     

    Watch the math video on comparing weights called “What’s Heavier than a Lunchbox?”. In your left hand, hold a piece of paper. In your right hand, hold a remote. Which object is heavier than the other? Put those objects down. Now, in your left hand, hold a pencil. In your right hand, hold your backpack. Which object is lighter than the other? Put those objects down. Now, in your left hand hold a crayon. In your right hand, hold a pencil. Are they about the same weight?

     

    Day 28-

     

    Language Arts

     

    Listen to the story “I Wanna New Room” What is something you wanted that you couldn’t get?

     

    Watch the silent e video!

     

    “Too” is one of our new popcorn words of the week! Watch the video for this sight word, and write the word five times using any materials you have in your house. (Crayons, Markers, Play Dough, Paint, Shaving Cream, you pick!)




    Writer’s Workshop

    Write a sentence telling the lesson that Ethan learned at the end of the story.

     

    Mathematics

    Watch the math measurement video. Look at a book. Trace your finger along the height of the book. Trace your finger along the length of the book. Talk about the weight of the book. Is it heavy or light? Look at a computer or iPad. Trace your finger along the height of the computer or iPad. Trace your finger along the length of the computer or iPad. Talk about the weight of the computer or iPad. Is it heavy or light?



    Day 29-

     

    Language Arts

     

    Watch the read aloud video “The Berenstain Bears and Trouble with Chores”

     

    Watch the day three long Aa video! What is your favorite thing that starts with a short a and long a?

     

    “Too” is one of our new popcorn words of the week! Watch the video for this sight word, and chant the letters of the word. When you are done write the word in a sentence.



    Writer’s Workshop

     

    Write a chore that you can help your family with at home!

     

    Mathematics

    Look at a piece of paper. Trace your finger along the height of the paper. Trace your finger along the length of the paper. Talk about the weight of the paper. Is it heavy or light? Look at a remote. Trace your finger along the height of the remote. Trace your finger along the length of the remote. Talk about the weight of the remote. Is it heavy or light?

     

    Day 30-

     

    Language Arts

    Listen to the story “What if Everybody Did That”. Why is it important to follow the rules?

     

    Sort these words by short and long a sound!

     

    (gate, fat, bat, anchor, tab, zap, maze, yak, rake, tape, name, pat)







    Writer’s Workshop

    Listen to the story “Silent E”! When you are done make your own magic wand! Change three words with a silent e at the end!

     

    Mathematics

    Compare your height, weight, and arm length with your family members (you can also include your pets). If it’s a nice day, go outside and trace your whole body with chalk. Do the same with your family members. If it’s not a nice day, stay inside and put your family in height order. 

     

    Enjoy your weekend!