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Home Instruction-1st Grade

Hello Parents and Guardians,


Since each student in the district has been placed on Home Instruction due to COVID-19, I will be posting the instruction and instructional activities here for each day that school is not physically in session. I will also be online and available by email at cblack@mtps.org from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to answer any and all questions you may have.  Please reach out to me with any questions or concerns you have. Please send any building level questions to either our principal or vice principal(s).  We will all be here to support your children and our community during these difficult times.  

 

 

Sincerely,

Miss Black

Reading: 

Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video.

 

Students should continue to complete reading for 20 minutes daily. You can have them record and list all the books they read too! Use our reading choice board below to encourage your child to respond to the text in a variety of ways.

 

Reading Choice Board

 

Read a story from your “Stories” Binder! Remember to track with your finger while you are reading! 

 
Extra: Log onto Smarty Ants for at least 20 minutes. 
 

 

Writing:

 

Focus writing lesson: 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Watch this video of a fun story about Leprechauns. When you are done, think about a way that you could catch a leprechaun. Using this graphic organizer (does not need to be printed if you can’t, just use it as a guide!) write about the steps you would take to catch a leprechaun.

 

 

Math: Complete lesson 9-3 in their math workbook. Please use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the video to help teach the lesson. Use the problem on page 510 to introduce the skill, show the video on pearson, then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-8) on their own.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on IXL (Math topic K.2- Make sure you sign in before completing) or STMath for 20 minutes.

Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video.

 

Students should continue to complete reading for 20 minutes daily. You can have them record and list all the books they read too! Use our reading choice board below to encourage your child to respond to the text in a variety of ways.

Reading Choice Board

 

 

Extra time? Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Beginning Sounds Activity.”


Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is "Bat, Bee."


Writing: 

Go on Pebble Go (username: defino password: reads)

Pick an Animal, read about it and watch the videos, and write 3 facts about the animal you choose in your writing notebook.



Math: Complete lesson 9-4 in their math workbook. Please use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the video to help teach the lesson. This video is also a great way to help them understand the symbols, if needed The Number Gators are Hungry. 


 Use the problem on page 515 to introduce the skill, show the video on pearson (and the number gator video), then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-8) on their own.


Math Follow up: Log into BOOM CARDS (see reading above). Complete the “Greater or Less Than” deck. 

 Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video.


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Phonics Practice CVC Words.”

 

Reading: Listen to the beginning of this story read by Miss Black. When the story is finished follow the directions given by Miss Black! (If you don’t want to write it, you can email a video of your response to Miss Black!) Dinosaur Babies


Focus Writing Lesson: Write a nonfiction paragraph about the animal you researched yesterday using your 3 facts. Make sure you have a bold beginning, at least 2 detail sentences (these are the facts you found yesterday), and an ending sentence.  Remember to use correct punctuation and capitalization.

Bold Beginnings Closing Sentence

 

Extra time? Login to SmartyAnts and play for 20 minutes!



Math: Complete lesson 9-5 in their math workbook. Please use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (9-5 Video and 9-5 Video2). 


Use the problem on page 521 to introduce the skill, show the video on pearson, then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#7-15) on their own.


Math Follow up: Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Compare Numbers With Symbols” deck. 

At the end of today's work, please login to Google Classroom. I left an announcement there that links to a FlipGrid for our class. Click the link and follow the directions! I can’t wait to see all of your responses!  

 

Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “St. Patrick’s Day Missing CVC Sounds.”

 

Reading: Listen to the end of the story, Dinosaur Babies, read by Miss Black. When the story is finished follow the directions given by Miss Black! (If you don’t want to write it, you can email a video of your response to Miss Black!)


Dinosaur Babies Day 2

            **** If the link above does not work, I posted the video in our 1st Grade Google Classroom!

  •  Log onto Smarty Ants for at least 20 minutes. 

 

 

 

Writing: Teachers sent home some March writing prompt ideas that you can have your child complete for some Free Write Friday. 


 

Math:  Complete lesson 9-6 in their math workbook. Please use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (9-6 Video).


Use the problem on page 527 to introduce the skill, show the video on pearson, then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-5) on their own. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on IXL (complete topics in M and N) or ST Math for 20 minutes. 

 

 Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Write the Word CVC Short a” 


Reading: Go onto FlipGrid and Listen to the topic “Ocean Animals: Wondering” In this video Miss Black will introduce the story we are reading this week. Answer her question about what you are wondering on the flipgrid response by clicking the plus sign and recording 1 thing you wonder about ocean animals!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!


Writing:  Listen to Miss Black read a nonfiction book, Bees. Then write 5 facts that you know about any animal or insect that you are an expert on! (it is also posted on Google Classroom if this link doesn't work!)



 

Math:  Complete the topic 9 review on Peardeck. The students can answer the questions on each slide to show their understanding of everything learned in topic 9. 

All math videos are still posted on Pearson online  to help reenforce the skills learned in topic 9. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on IXL (complete topics in M and N) or ST Math for 20 minutes.

10:00 Zoom Meeting 

 

Reading: Watch “An Ocean of Animals.” Miss Black will read the book and give directions on what she wants to you next! 


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  Complete lesson 10-1 in their math workbook. Please use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-1 Video and 10-1 Video2). 


Use the problem on page 543 to introduce the skill, show the video on pearson, then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-11) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

11:00am Zoom -


Reading: Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

 

Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “K and C Spelling Rule” deck. *Remember, K gets the i and e, C gets the other 3(a,o,u)!

 


Writing:  Listen to Miss Black continue her nonfiction writing on Labrador Retrievers. Parents: Can you please make a graphic organizer like the one I made in my notebook (headings are: Bold Beginning, Facts 1, 2, & 3, and Closing.) It is just a way for your child to organize the parts of their writing, to make it easier to “publish” later on. If your child already wrote their facts in complete sentences, just have them “star” their 3 favorites. They DO NOT need to rewrite them in complete sentences.



Math:  Review lesson 10-1 in their math workbook. You may use the video’s Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-1 Video and 10-1 Video2). 


Complete the homework- page 547. 


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Go Math” deck.

11:00am Zoom


Reading: Listen to the second part of “An Ocean of Animals.” Then write down one interesting fact you learned and one thing you are still wondering after hearing the entire book!



Math:  Complete lesson 10-2 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Mrs. DiVirgilio teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-2 Video and 10-2 Video2). 


Mrs.DiVirgilio used the problem on page 549 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-11) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go ST Math for 20 minutes.

Happy Friday! Show & Tell: go onto flipgrid and share something that is special to you! It can be a pet, stuffed animal, family member, favorite item, get creative! Tell us why it is special to you!

 

 Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Rhyme Time” deck.


Reading: Login to Epic.  The class code is: xbi2584. Click your name and then click “assignments” at the top right. I want you to choose any nonfiction book that I have assigned to you. Write down one thing that you wonder before reading. When you are done listening to the story, check off your wondering question if it was answered. Then write down one thing you are still wondering after you have heard the story. 


Writing:  Listen to Miss Black continue her nonfiction writing on Labrador Retrievers. Add your own bold beginning and closing sentence. If you did this already, you can try to add detail to any one of your sentences or complete a march free writing!



Math:  Complete lesson 10-3 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Mrs. DiVirgilio teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-2 Video and 10-2 Video2). 


Mrs.DiVirgilio used the problem on page 555 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#6-17) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

 Zoom Meeting at 11am


Reading: Go onto FlipGrid and listen to Miss Black introduce a text title, Big Blue Whale, that we are reading this week. Answer her question about what you are wondering on the flipgrid response by clicking the plus sign and recording 1 thing you wonder about Big Blue Whales!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Writing:  Listen to Miss Black read a new nonfiction text about a real person. Then follow her directions by writing a list of facts about yourself!


Math:  Review lessons 10-2 and 10-3 in their math workbook. 



Watch this video of Miss Black explaining adding with a hundreds chart. You may also reinforce with the videos on Pearson online to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-3 Video and 10-3 Video2). 


Students will complete the homeworks from lessons 10-2 and 10-3. Pages 553 #1-6 and 559 #1-6.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

 Zoom Meeting at 11am

 

Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Spring CVC words”


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the story “Big Blue Whale.” When the story is over, write down one thing you learned about blue whales that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about blue whales!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!


Math:  Complete lesson 10-4 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Miss Black teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-2 Video and 10-2 Video2). 


Miss Black used the problem on page 561 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-6) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

 Zoom Meeting at 11am


Writing:  Listen to Miss Black continue her nonfiction writing about herself. Then follow her directions by choosing 3 of your favorite facts about yourself and writing them as complete sentences in a graphic organizer like the one below.


Math:  Complete lesson 10-5 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Miss Black teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-5 Video and 10-5 Video2). 


Miss Black used the problem on page 567 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#5-9) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

 Zoom Meeting at 11am



Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the story “Big Blue Whale.” When the story is over, write down one thing you learned about blue whales that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about blue whales!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  Review lessons 10-4 and 10-5 in their math workbook. 


You may watch the videos on Pearson online to reinforce the skills taught in Lessons 10-4 and 10-5. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-4 Video and 10-5 Video). 


Students will complete the homework pagess from lessons 10-4 and 10-5. Pages 565-6 #1-4 and 571 #1-2.


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Addition Without Regrouping” deck.
Happy Friday!!!
 

 Zoom Meeting at 11am


Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Digraph Game” deck. 


Writing:  Listen to Miss Black continue her nonfiction writing about herself. Then follow her directions by writing a bold beginning and a closing sentence as complete sentences in your graphic organizer.


Math:  Complete lesson 10-6 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Miss Black teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-6 Video and 10-6 Video2). 


Miss Black used the problem on page 573 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-6) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

 Zoom Meeting at 11am


Reading: Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Beginning Sound Digraph Sort” deck. 


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!


Writing:  (2-days: This can be completed over Monday and Tuesday) Last week we used a graphic organizer to draft the parts of our nonfiction writing about ourselves. Now it is your turn to publish it! Write it as one complete paragraph. Then add illustrations and even a title! You are the author, practice reading it to someone! **If you need writing paper that has room for a drawing, you can use this link



Math:  Complete lesson 10-7 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Miss Black teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-7 Video and 10-7 Video2). 


Miss Black used the problem on page 579 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#2-7) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

 Zoom Meeting at 11am

Log into BOOM CARDS. Complete the “Digraphs CH and SH” deck.


Reading: Login to Epic. Click your name and then click “assignments” at the top right. I want you to choose any nonfiction book that I have assigned to you. Write down one thing that you wonder before reading. When you are done listening to the story, check off your wondering question if it was answered. Then write down one thing you are still wondering after you have heard the story. 


Writing:  (2-days: This can be completed over Monday and Tuesday) Last week we used a graphic organizer to draft the parts of our nonfiction writing about ourselves. Now it is your turn to publish it! Write it as one complete paragraph. Then add illustrations and even a title! You are the author, practice reading it to someone! **If you need writing paper that has room for a drawing, you can use this link


Math:  Complete lesson 10-8 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Miss Black teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-8 Video and 10-8 Video2). 


Miss Black used the problem on page 585 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#3-6) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

Virtual Class trip!!! Follow the directions to explore the San Diego Zoo. Then complete a writing activity to write about your favorite animal you saw at the zoo and why it was your favorite animal!


Math:  Complete lesson 10-9 in their math workbook. Here is a video of Miss Black teaching the lesson!

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online as well to reinforce the skill. I assigned the two videos to help teach the lesson (10-9 Video and 10-9 Video2). 


Miss Black used the problem on page 591 to introduce the skill, you can try that one on your own too! Then complete the “Guided Practice” problems together, finally the students can complete the “Independent practice” problems (#2-4) on their own. Do not complete the homework page.

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the story “Chameleons are Cool.” In the beginning she will tell a bit about the story, then ask you to write down 1 thing you wonder about Chameleons. When the story is over, write down one thing you learned about chameleons that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about chameleons!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  Complete the topic 10 review on Peardeck

-If needed, you can also use Pearson online or any of the videos from topic 10 to help reinforce the skill! This activity will help me know what to practice during our zoom tomorrow! 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

Reading: 

Warmup: repeat the letter/keyword/sound in this Fundations Video

Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today. Make sure you are signed in with google! The deck is titled "Fundations Level K Unit 4 Week 1 Day 1."


Read a story from your “Stories” Binder! Remember to track with your finger while you are reading!


Extra:  Log onto Smarty Ants for at least 20 minutes. 


Writing: Listen to Miss Black introduce opinion writing. Make a list of things you love and things you don’t like. This only needs to be a list, not complete sentences! Try to write at least 4 for reach! 


Math:  Zoom at 11:00 am. Please use the link posted on Google Classroom! Be ready with your math reteaching pages, page 599-602.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the second half of the story “Chameleons are Cool.” When the story is over, write down one thing you learned about chameleons that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about chameleons!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  Complete the topic 10 test on Pearson. It is assigned to you. Try your best on it! Get out a piece of paper to help you solve the problems if you need it! 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today.


Writing: Listen to Miss Black read a poem called Vegetables. In your writing notebook, think if you agree with the author of Vegetables. Write 1 sentence that states if you think vegetables are great or now. (I think vegetables are/are not great.) Then write 2 sentences that give reasons why you think that way. (I think this because….)


Math:  Zoom at 10am. Complete the topic 10 test on Pearson. It is assigned to you. Try your best on it! Get out a piece of paper to help you solve the problems if you need it! 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

 

Reading: it’s your choice:

  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

OR

Listen to a story on Epic. Click your name and then click “assignments” at the top right.


Writing:  Opinion writing! What is your opinion? Would you rather eat breakfast or dinner? Write 1 sentence that states what meal you would rather eat. (I would rather eat ____.) Then write 2 sentences that give reasons why you think that way. (One reason is ____. Another reason/ A second reason is_____.)



Math:  Watch this video of Miss Black teaching lesson 11-1. Follow along with her on page 611-612 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 613 #3-6. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

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Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the story “Birds: Winged and Feathered Animals.” In the beginning she will tell a bit about the text, then ask you to write down 1 thing you wonder about Birds. When the story is over, write down one thing you learned about birds that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about birds!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  Watch this video of Miss Black teaching lesson 11-2. Follow along with her on page 617 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 619 #5-14. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Math Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee.


Writing:  Opinion writing! What is your opinion? What is the best food? Write 1 sentence that states what the best food is, then write 2 sentences that give reasons why you think that way. (One reason is ____. Another reason/ A second reason is_____.) Use the sentence starters below to help you! 

Opinion Sentence Starters


Math:  Join me on zoom at 10 am. Have your math book open to page 621 to work on some problems with me! Work on topic I.3 on ixl when we are done! 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the rest of the story “Birds: Winged and Feathered Animals.” Listen to see if what you were wondering gets answered in the story. When the story is over, write down one new thing you learned about birds that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about birds!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  Watch this video of Miss Black teaching lesson 11-3. Follow along with her on page 623 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 625 #3-6. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 


Writing:  Opinion writing! Today we will add onto our opinion writing from Tuesday. What is the best food? This week you should have written 1 sentence that states what the best food is, then 2 sentences that give reasons why you think that way. Today: you will continue writing. Try to add one more sentence that states another reason why you love this food. Finally, you will add a conclusion sentence that restates what your favorite food is.


Use the sentence starters below to help you! 

Opinion Writing Sentence Starters

Math:  Zoom at 10am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 623 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 625 #3-6. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10 am. Use Google classroom for the link and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading: Login to epic and listen to a nonfiction story of your choice! There are many assigned to you in your library. Before you read, write down one thing that you wonder. Listen to see if your question gets answered while listening to the story!



Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!



Math:  Watch this video of Miss Black teaching lesson 11-3. Then open your workbook to page 627-628 and complete problems 1-3. After you are done with your workbook pages, go onto iXL and complete the skill I.3. *Make sure you are signed in at the top right*


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

We will not be holding a zoom today because teachers will be stopping by to deliver something! 


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Havens read the first chapter of the book Flat Stanley. This book will go along with your special surprise from your teachers! 


Writing: This week in writing, your job is to keep a journal of your adventures with your flat teacher! Each entry should include 3-5 sentences. You can type your entries in Google Classroom or hand write them in a notebook and upload a picture.


Example entry: Today I took my flat teacher on a bike ride! We rode around my neighborhood on my blue two-wheeler bike. Next, we went inside for a snack. My mom made us banana bread! Finally, we watched Secret Life of Pets with my family. I had a fun day with my flat teacher!


Math: Watch this video of Miss Black teaching lesson 11-4. Follow along with her on page 629 and 630 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 631 #3-6. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Math Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Havens read the second chapter of the book Flat StanleyPlease discuss these comprehension questions with your child after listening to the story. They do not need to be written down/recorded.

Chapters 1&2

  1. How did Stanley become flat? A bulletin board falls on him while he is sleeping.
  2. What is one thing that Stanley likes about being flat? He can slide under doors, he was able to get his mother’s favorite ring from a drain, 
  3. How did Stanley travel to California? His parents mailed him in an envelope.

Writing: This week in writing, your job is to keep a journal of your adventures with your flat teacher! Each entry should include 3-5 sentences. You can type your entries in Google Classroom or handwrite them in a notebook and upload a picture. 


Example entry: Today I took my flat teacher on a bike ride! We rode around my neighborhood on my blue two-wheeler bike. Next, we went inside for a snack. My mom made us banana bread! Finally, we watched Secret Life of Pets with my family. I had a fun day with my flat teacher!


Math: Zoom at 10. Be ready with your workbook open to page 633. We will be working on problems #1-6. (for extra practice, try pages 627-628 and complete problems 1-3).


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Havens read the third chapter of the book Flat Stanley.

Please discuss these comprehension questions with your child after listening to the story. They do not need to be recorded. 

Chapters 3 

  1. Why does Arthur feel jealous in the beginning of the chapter? Stanley gets to be carried by his dad, but Arthur has to walk.
  2. What does Stanley do to make Arthur feel better when they go to the park? Stanley lets Arthur fly him like a kite and does beautiful tricks in the air.
  3. How does Stanley get stuck in a tree? Arthur goes to eat a hotdog and wasn’t watching Stanley flying in the sky. He doesn’t see that the wind blows the kite string and get tangled in the tree.

 


Writing: This week in writing, your job is to keep a journal of your adventures with your flat teacher! Each entry should include 3-5 sentences. You can type your entries in Google Classroom or handwrite them in a notebook and upload a picture. 


Example entry: Today I took my flat teacher on a bike ride! We rode around my neighborhood on my blue two-wheeler bike. Next, we went inside for a snack. My mom made us banana bread! Finally, we watched Secret Life of Pets with my family. I had a fun day with my flat teacher!


Math: Watch this video of Miss Black teaching lesson 11-5. Follow along with her on page 635 and 636 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 637 #5-13. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Havens read the fourth chapter of the book Flat Stanley. Please discuss these comprehension questions with your child after listening to the story. They do not need to be recorded. 

Chapter 4

  1. Who is Mr. Dart? Mr. Dart is the man who lives in the apartment above the Lambchops. He is also the director of the famous museum of art. 
  2. What is Mr. Dart’s problem in this chapter? Mr. Dart’s problem is that his paintings are being stolen. 
  3. How does Stanley catch the thieves? Stanley catches the thieves by pretending he is artwork and staying awake all night waiting for the thieves to come. 

Writing: This week in writing, your job is to keep a journal of your adventures with your flat teacher! Each entry should include 3-5 sentences. You can type your entries in Google Classroom or handwrite them in a notebook and upload a picture. 


Example entry: Today I took my flat teacher on a bike ride! We rode around my neighborhood on my blue two-wheeler bike. Next, we went inside for a snack. My mom made us banana bread! Finally, we watched Secret Life of Pets with my family. I had a fun day with my flat teacher!


Math: Zoom at 10. Be ready with your workbook open to page 639. We will be working on problems #1-6 together. Then you will complete problems 7-12 on your own! **Please also bring a piece of lined paper and a piece of construction paper. 


Math Follow up: After you are done with your workbook pages, go onto iXL and complete the skill I.3. *Make sure you are signed in at the top right*

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!

 

Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 

 

Reading: Listen to Miss Havens read the last chapter of the book Flat Stanley. You can draw a picture of your favorite part of the book. Write 1-2 sentences to tell what is happening in your picture. 

 

Writing: This week in writing, your job is to keep a journal of your adventures with your flat teacher! Each entry should include 3-5 sentences. You can type your entries in Google Classroom or handwrite them in a notebook and upload a picture. 

 

Example entry: Today I took my flat teacher on a bike ride! We rode around my neighborhood on my blue two-wheeler bike. Next, we went inside for a snack. My mom made us banana bread! Finally, we watched Secret Life of Pets with my family. I had a fun day with my flat teacher!

 

Math: Watch the video titled “11-6 Video” on Pearson This is a lesson that reviews subtraction strategies. Follow along with her on page 641 and 642 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 643 #5-10. 

 

Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!

Please share any flat Miss Black pictures if you did not already! Also, if you could share your journal writing, that would be great! You can drop pictures of their writing in the picture folder as well! Thank you!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee.


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read parts of the book Throw Your Tooth on the Roof. Today we are visualizing, or painting a picture in our mind using the words from the author. Listen to Miss Black read about the traditions from Argentina, Cameroon, Russia, and Vietnam. Pick one country and draw what you visualized, then write one sentence that describes what you drew. 


Math: Watch the video titled “11-6 Video” on Pearson This is a lesson that reviews subtraction strategies. Follow along with her on page 641 and 642 to complete the solve and share and guided practice. Then complete the independent practice problems on page 643 #5-10. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Sight Word Practice: Complete the Sight word google slides activity on our Google Classroom. Make sure to hit “Turn In” when you have completed it.

 

Writing: This week in writing, we will begin a persuasive/opinion story focusing on cookies!! Students will listen to Miss Black read a story about cookies and then model what she wants you to do for today. Students will think of their favorite cookie. They will then list 3 or 4 reasons why they love that type of cookie. This DOES NOT need to be in complete sentences. This is just the brainstorming process. We will continue working on this writing piece over the next week. 

 

 

Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10 am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 645.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  



Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read new parts of the book Throw Your Tooth on the Roof. Today we are making connections and understanding similarities/differences between tooth traditions. Pick to either state the similarities/differences of Botswana & Libya OR Yupik & Kyrgystan. Try to write about one similarity and one difference for one of the pairs of countries and their traditions.


Math: Complete the topic 11 test in your workbook. Pages 657-658.  (#4- do not explain and skip #10)


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is

bat, bee. 


Writing: This week in writing, we began a persuasive/opinion story focusing on cookies!! Today you will begin writing complete sentences. You will begin by writing a hook, this is used to make your reader interested in reading what you wrote! Then you will write a sentence that states your opinion. Finally, you will write one of your reasons. We will continue to work on this writing next week! You can use an example of my writing below:


Hook: Have you ever bitten into a warm gooey cookie straight out of the oven?

State opinion: My favorite type of cookie is a chocolate chip cookie.

1st reason: I think they are the best because you can make them yourself or buy them at the store.


Here are resources to help with good ideas for hooks/bold beginning and sentence starters for opinion writing. 

 

bold beginnings opinion sentence starters

 

 

Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10 am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 709.  Then Go on Boom Cards using this link to practice telling time to the hour. 

 

Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Today is Catch Up Day!  Please complete all lessons that you have not yet completed.  


You are going on a virtual field trip to Monterey Bay Aquarium!

**There are narrated feedings of the open sea at 2pm and the sea otters at 4:30 pm. This is not required to watch, I just thought you may like to see it!



Your job is to watch the live cameras of the different animals in the Aquarium! I wonder what you will see there? When you are done, I would like you to write about your favorite animal that you saw! Make sure to include 2 reasons why you liked that animal best! 


An example is below:


My favorite animal at the Monterey Bay Aquarium was the sea otter. One reason is I think they are really cute animals. I also like how they swim on their backs! Lastly, I like how playful they are with each other!

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Sight Word Practice: Complete the Sight word google slides activity on our Google Classroom. Make sure to hit “Turn In” when you have completed it. 


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the story “Velociraptor” In the beginning she will tell a bit about the text, then ask you to write down 1 thing you wonder about Velociraptors. When the story is over, write down one thing you learned about Velociraptors that surprised you. Then write down one thing you are still wondering about Velociraptors!


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math:  On pearson, watch the 13-1 video. Then complete the topic 13-1 homework pages 713-714 problems 1-9. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Writing: Last week in writing, we began a persuasive/opinion story focusing on cookies!! Today you will continue writing complete sentences. You will add to your writing by adding 2 more sentences that state your 2nd and 3rd reasons. These reasons explain why this is your favorite cookie. 


You can use an example of my writing below:

Have you ever bitten into a warm gooey cookie straight out of the oven? My favorite type of cookie is a chocolate chip cookie. I think they are the best because you can make them yourself or buy them at the store.

2nd Reason: Second, you can have crispy or soft chocolate chip cookies.

3rd Reason: Finally, they are sweet!


Here are resources to help with good ideas for sentence starters for opinion writing. 

opinion sentence starters

Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10 am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 715.  Then Go on iXL using this link to practice telling time to the hour. Make sure you sign in! (If complete, you can also practice any starred U topics on iXL)


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Digraph Practice- Go on iXL using this link to practice identifying digraphs (topic i.8). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.



Reading: Listen to Miss Havens reread the story “Velociraptor” She is going to review and point out some text features found in a nonfiction text. This book is missing a diagram of a velociraptor. Listen carefully for what a velociraptor looks like so you can draw a velociraptor and label the parts of its body that you learned about in the book. You can email Miss Black the picture of your diagram! 


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math: Continue lesson 13-2 by completing the homework page 719-210, problems 1-6.  Then Go on iXL using this link to practice telling time to the hour. Make sure you sign in! (If complete, you can also practice any starred U topics on iXL)


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today.

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Writing: Last week in writing, we began a persuasive/opinion story focusing on cookies!! Today you will continue writing complete sentences. You will add to your writing by adding a closing/conclusion sentence. After, you will check your writing to make sure your sentences make sense, start with a capital letter, end with a period. 


You can use an example of my writing below:

Have you ever bitten into a warm gooey cookie straight out of the oven? My favorite type of cookie is a chocolate chip cookie. I think they are the best because you can make them yourself or buy them at the store. Second, you can have crispy or soft chocolate chip cookies. Finally, they are sweet!

Conclusion Sentence: That is why I believe that chocolate chip cookies are the best! 


Here is a resource to help with sentence starters for opinion writing. 


opinion sentence starters

Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10 am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 721.  Then go on Boom cards using this link to practice telling time to the half hour. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Digraph Practice- Go on iXL using this link to practice identifying digraphs (topic f.7). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner. Goal is 80%.


Reading:  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!


Writing: Go onto FlipGrid and read your writing about your favorite cookie aloud. Make sure you practice reading it aloud a few times first. I can’t wait to hear all of your wonderful writing! Parents- please either email or upload a picture of their writing piece in the writing folder on Google Classroom. Thank you! 


Math: Continue lesson 13-3 by completing the homework page 725, problems 1-2.  Then Go on iXL using this link to practice telling time to the hour. Make sure you sign in! (If complete, you can also practice any starred U topics on iXL)


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph and sentence building deck today.


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the nonfiction story “A Day in the Life of a Garbage Collector.” She is going to review and point out some text features found in a nonfiction text. As she reads, think about 1 think you learned about Garbage collectors that surprised you. Write it down! Then write down one thing you are still wondering about Garbage Collectors. 


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10 am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 727.  Then Go on iXL using this link to practice telling time to the hour. Make sure you sign in! (If complete, you can also practice any starred U topics on iXL)


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

There will be no zoom meeting today. I am going into my classroom to pack up. If you need me, I may not respond to emails right away, but I will get back to you as soon as possible.


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph and sentence building deck today.


Reading: Listen to Miss Black read the nonfiction story “A Day in the Life of a Garbage Collector.” She is going to review and point out some text features found in a nonfiction text. Write 2 sentences about what information you learned from the “Equipment Photo diagram.”  (Can view diagram here)


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Writing: Today we will practice writing our opinion in complete sentences with 1 or 2 reasons. Use this document to view the prompt and help with your sentence starter. Complete the sentence by stating what you would rather take to to pool and give one reason why. You can use my example below as a guide.


Example:I would like to take sunglasses to the pool because they help me see when it is bright out. Another reason is they protect my eyes from the sun.



Math: Continue lesson 13-4 by completing the homework page 729, problems 1-3.  Then Go on Boom Cards using this link to practice telling time to the hour and half hour. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom today for math. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Digraph Practice- Go on iXL using this link to practice identifying digraphs (topic f.8). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.


Reading: Login to Epic.  Click your name and then click “assignments” at the top right. Listen to the book “Garbage Trucks: Mighty Machines.” While you are listening to it, write down the page numbers of the different text features on the Google Doc on Google Classroom- called Text Features Scavenger Hunt. Don’t forget to “turn it in” when you are done! (if you cannot edit the document because of the device you are using, you can just write it down!)


Writing: Today we will practice writing our opinion in complete sentences with 1 or 2 reasons. Use this document to view the prompt and sentence starter. Write your opinion sentence by stating if you would rather see a troll or a dragon. Then give 1 or 2 reasons why! You can use my example below as a guide.


Example:I would rather see a troll. One reason is dragons are scary. Also, trolls have neat hair!



Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10:00. We will be reviewing topic 13 for a test tomorrow. Be ready with your workbook on page  Then Go on Boom Cards using this link to practice telling time to the hour and half hour. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Today is catch up day! Please complete all lessons that you have not completed this week. 


Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Reading: Log onto Smarty Ants for at least 20 minutes. 


  •  Read a story from your “stories binder” to someone at home. It can be a parent, sibling, pet, or even a stuffed animal. You can even pick up the phone and read it to someone far away!

Math: Complete the topic 13 test in your workbook on pages 737-738. You will complete problems #2-7. You do NOT need to explain for problem 7. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Writing: Today we will start our last opinion writing piece. Listen to the story “I Wanna Iguana.” In this story, Alex writes letters to his parents about how he wants to get a new pet, an Iguana. He gives his parents many reasons why he should have this pet. When you are done listening to the story, you are going to start brainstorming for your writing. I want you to think of one pet that you really want to have. Write down 3-4 reasons why you should have this pet. This does NOT have to be in complete sentences, this is just your planning. Below is an example of a pet Miss Black really wants, and a brainstorming of reasons she can convince her parents to get it for her.

 

pet brainstorming



Math:  Watch Miss Black introduce 2-dimensional shapes for lesson 14-1. Have your workbook open to page 747 to complete the solve and share with her, then page 748 to complete the guided problems with her. Finally, complete page 749 # 4-7 on your own. 


Go on iXL using this link to practice identifying digraphs (topic v.8). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Play this digraph game to practice digraphs. 


Shared Reading: Listen to Miss Havens read the book Julius. Think about the questions that she asks while you listen. After you hear the story, think about the lesson in the book. Write one sentence about what you think the lesson is. (Think: What is the author trying to teach us about being friends in this book?)


Math: Join Miss Black on zoom at 10:00. Be ready with your workbook on page 753. Then go on iXL using this link to practice identifying shapes (topic v.4). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

Math Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Digraph Practice- Go on iXL using this link to practice identifying digraphs (topic f.9). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.


Writing: Listen to Miss Black model writing the first 3 sentences of her writing to convince her parents to buy her a new pet puppy. Then use your brainstorming from Monday to write your own first 3 sentences of your last writing piece! Remember to sound out the words on your own and ask for help only when you really are stuck! 


The sentence starter chart Miss Black uses in the video is below!

Opinion Sentence Starters

Math: Complete the homework pages for lessons 14-1 and 14-2. Page 751 #1-3 and page 757 #1-2. Then go on boom cards using this link to practice identifying shapes. 


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes. 

*Tomorrow, June 5, 2020 is Field day! There will not be any activities assigned by teachers or Zoom sessions!*


Math Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!



Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading:  Listen to Miss Havens read the book Julius one more time. On Tuesday, you wrote about the lesson that the author taught you about friendship in this book. Today, you are going to write about a friend that is as special to you as Julius and Maya are to each other. Make sure to give reasons to explain how this friend is special to you. This does not need to go in Google Classroom. 


Math: Join Miss Black on Zoom at 10 am. Be ready with your workbook open to page 759. Please also have some straight objects they can use to build shapes, for example pretzel sticks, paper clips, tooth picks, etc. 

Then go on iXL using this link to practice counting sides and corners of shapes (topic v.4). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.  

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Writing: Listen to Miss Black model writing the last 2 sentences of her writing to convince her parents to buy her a new pet puppy. Then use your brainstorming from last Monday to write your own 2 sentences of your last writing piece! Remember to sound out the words on your own and ask for help only when you really are stuck. Please either email a picture of the completed writing to Miss Black or submit it in the writing folder on Google Classroom.


The sentence starter chart Miss Black uses in the video is below!

Sentence starters



Math: Watch the brainpop Jr. video that explains 3D shapes. (Username: Defino Password: Learn) Then complete workbook pages 778-779 #1-5. 

Then go on iXL using this link to practice counting sides and corners of shapes (topic W.1). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.


Math Follow up: Please also have your child go on ST Math for 20 minutes.

Good morning parent(s)/guardian(s),


Below is a link to the Comprehensive Grade 1 End of Year (EOY) for your child to complete this week for informational purposes only. The score will not be recorded as part of his/her grade. Your child should attempt to answer each question to the best of his/her ability. In order to take the EOY, your child will have to log into his/her Marlboro account. This login information may be found in the Genesis Parent Portal on the “Summary” tab under your child’s picture. 


The results from the activity will immediately appear on the computer screen after your child submits his or her responses. MTPS strongly encourages students to utilize district digital tools in order to remediate skills/standards that were identified on the EOY. Click HERE for instructions to obtain EOY results on your child. This will provide you a way to assist your child over the summer months if you so choose.


Your child will be instructed by his/her teacher to complete the EOY by the end of the day on Friday, June 12. Thank you for supporting this home to school connection.

 

Sincerely,

Miss Black

 

________________________________________________________________________________________________

Dear Students,

 

You will be participating in an activity this week. Please follow the directions below to access and submit the assignment by Friday, June 12.

  • Log into your district Gmail account.

  • Click on this link: June 2020 Comprehensive Grade 1 EOY Assessment.

  • Complete each question to the best of your ability.

  • Write down all of your responses in the case that you lose Internet service and your responses are lost.

  • Be sure to review your answers. You will not be able to go back into the assignment once you press “submit”.

  • Once you have reviewed each question, press “submit” after the last question. 

  • Click on “View accuracy” to view your results.

 
Miss Black

Reading:  Please listen to the book Movie Munchies on Epic! Use this book to inspire you to write your Top 10 Movies list for writing!


Smarty Ants (20 minutes) 


 Writing:  Click on the Top 10 Movies Document on Google Classroom and list your favorite movies of all time! Remember - your favorite movie is all the way at the bottom of the list - at number 1. 


Math: Join me on Zoom at 10:00 am for the math EOY test. Use this link to get to the test. Have a piece of paper available to complete any problems on.

We will NOT have a zoom meeting today, I have a meeting at 10:00am. See you on Friday! 


Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Smarty Ants (20 minutes) 


Reading: Read the book Keeping Cool in Summer on Epic! Use this book to get ideas for your top 10 favorite summer activities list!


WritingClick on the Top 10 Summer Activities Document and list your favorite summer activities! Think about all of the things you want to do this summer and list them in order from 10 all the way down to 1!  Remember - your favorite summer activity is all the way at the bottom of the list - at number 1! Have fun!


Math: Watch the 14-7 Video on Pearson. Use page 783 Solve and Share to discuss how the shapes are all cylinders (they all have 2 faces, 0 flat surfaces, and 0 straight edges). Then complete page 784-785 #1-3.


Then go on iXL using this link to practice counting sides and corners of shapes (topic W.4). Make sure you sign in on the top right corner.

Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading: Read the book Pete the Cat: Pete's Big Lunch on Epic! Use this book to get ideas for your top 10 foods! 


WritingClick on the Top 10 favorite foods Document and list your favorite foods! Think about all of the things you love to eat (think of all meals and dessert!) and list them in order from 10 all the way down to 1!  Remember - your ultimate favorite food is all the way at the bottom of the list - at number 1! Have fun!


Math: Join me on Zoom at 10:00 am for the math EOY test. The link is in the dropdown menu before this one. Have a piece of paper available to complete any problems on.

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!

 

Smarty Ants: 20 minutes!


Reading: Listen to the book Get Ready for 2nd Grade, Amber Brown on Epic! This book does not have pictures in it, but we can visualize what is happening while we listen to the story. Remember, when we visualize, we make a picture in our mind using the words the author used in the book. After you listen to the story, draw a picture of one part that you visualized and write a sentence about what you drew! 


Writing: On Google Classroom, we shared an electronic Memory Book for your child to complete, it is a fun way to keep all our first grade memories alive! There is no due date for this activity, it is just for fun:)


Math: Go on STmath for 20 mins.

Zoom at 10am. Please use Google Classroom to get the link, code, and password!


Reading: During the zoom, listen to Miss Black read a fun summer story to you that has a lot of rhyming words. Then we will play a game to go along with the story!


Writing: We shared an electronic Memory Book for your child to complete on Friday, it is a fun way to keep all our first grade memories alive! There is no due date for this activity, it is just for fun:)


Math: Watch Miss Black teach lesson 15-1. Complete the solve and share with her on page 817, then the guided practice problems on page 818. Then complete problems 1-14 on pages 818-819. 


Extra: Go on STmath for 20 minutes or complete this iXL skill!

Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading: Listen to the book Second Grade Rules Amber Brown on Epic! This book does not have pictures in it, but we can visualize what is happening while we listen to the story. After you listen to the story, draw a picture of your favorite part of the story and write a sentence about what you drew! 


Writing: We shared an electronic Memory Book for your child to complete, it is a fun way to keep all our first grade memories alive! There is no due date for this activity, it is just for fun:) 


Math: Join Miss Black on Zoom at 10am. We will work on lesson 15-2. Be ready with your workbook open to page 823 and at least 1 crayon! 


Extra: Go on STmath for 20 minutes or complete this iXL skill!

Boom Cards-  use this link to play a digraph deck today

Login reminder: Click “sign in with boom.” Your login is the same as your google login (without @marlboro.k12.nj.us). Password is bat, bee. 


Reading: Use the choice board below to help you read in a fun new way! Pick a story or 2 from your stories binder (or a book of your own or one from Epic) and read it using one of these choice board options! 


Writing: We shared an electronic Memory Book for your child to complete, it is a fun way to keep all our first grade memories alive! There is no due date for this activity, it is just for fun:) 


Math: Continue Lesson 15-2. Complete the homework page 827 problem 1-6. You can watch this video to help you! 


Extra: Go on STmath for 20 minutes or complete this iXL skill!

Reading: Use the choice board below to help you read in a fun new way! Pick a story or 2 from your stories binder (or a book of your own or one from Epic) and read it using one of the choice board options! 


Writing: We shared an electronic Memory Book for your child to complete, it is a fun way to keep all our first grade memories alive! There is no due date for this activity, it is just for fun:) 

If you are done with the Memory Book, you may write about any of these choice board options! 


Math: Complete this iXL skill or pick an activity from this choice board to complete and practice all of the skills we have learned this year!

happy last day!

 

Join me for our final zoom at 10:00 am for a last day story and good bye! The zoom link is posted on Google Classroom.