We are approaching the end of our first week of Remote Learning and I wanted to post some pictures I have received since my last posting. Also if you scroll a little further down you will see a couple videos of our Winn Dixie party.
If your kids haven’t already done so have them go to the Shiloh Read Aloud and listen to chapters 1 & 2. The kids can visit the page via the Stream or Classwork section of their Google Classroom. Once there they can click on the link below the chapters and answer the questions via FlipGrid. 🙂
Allow me some grace as you hear me read aloud. It’s very strange to read aloud without an audience. I’m used to seeing the kids’ faces engaged and thinking as I read……this is definitely a learning curve for me too!
Continue to send me pictures….I love seeing everyone’s faces. I will continue to post them here unless you specifically ask me not to.
Watch for an email regarding a ZOOM class gathering!
This week I have more optional educational assignments/activities for you. Check your personal email to a link to a Google Document Folder with additional links and keys to help you navigate this journey we are now in.
- Math- Rounding
- Reading- Point of View in Informational Text
Math- Choose a fun activity from YouCubed or spend some time on Prodigy.
Grammar- Finish your March grammar packet.
Reading- Twenty minutes per day or more, especially if you are lost in a book! 🙂
Reading/Writing- Read and work through your Scholastic News magazine & packet. When you are done go to CLEVER and watch the video connected to the magazine. 🙂 Remember to write in complete sentences with correct punctuation in on the Close Reading questions!
Well, we have had our first week away from each other and my class has done a great job learning from home. We were able to video conference twice as a class and I have had many pictures come to me that I want to share. This is what video conferencing looked like on Friday from my device. 🙂
If you haven’t had a chance to yet go to this link and have your child do a quick video to share. This was so much fun. To be able to participate your child should log in using their school Gmail account. Look for me and Thor! 🙂