For the Week of May 19th to 22nd

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Good morning Grade Threes. I hope everyone had a great long weekend.

Here is what I would like you to work on for this week.

**Memorize Scripture for the month of May, Hebrews 12:2 (NIV).

Daily Practice:

Spelling:

  • Phonograms, use phonogram cards or app.
  • Practice sounding out P4 spelling list words, identify the syllables and phonograms within each word.
  • Practice writing out weekly spelling list words, (read, say, write without looking).
  • Spelling City activity or game (optional).
  • Take the test on Friday and submit.

Reading:

  • 15- 20 minutes story book reading, your chose, (own story book, or from Epic Kids or Raz-kids). Not a book on facts or a comic book. 

Math:

  • Practice and memorize skip counts by 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, and 11.
  • Try saying the skip counts to an adult with no mistakes.
  • Practice multiplication facts.
  • Watch the two Youtube videos on fractions. Note the second video is Fractions by Numberlock. Skip the ads. Click on the following links.

https://youtu.be/jgWqSjgMAtw

https://youtu.be/lTce7f6KGE0

  • Do Math handout on fractions. Click on the following link and print out the handout. Submit by Friday.

Identifying Equivalent Fractions

 

  • Multiplication practice handout (optional). Click on the following link and print out the handout. It has an answer key to self check.

Multiplication Practice Handout (optional)

 

Social Studies and Science:

  • Watch this video. Click on the following link.

The Inuit Part 1.

 

Writing:

  • After watching the above video ” The Inuit Part 1″, write in your Journal exercise book regarding the following questions. Remember to start your page with the date and the title “The Inuit“. Also include a picture. Draw with pencil and colour with pencil crayon. Answer with full sentences. Submit By Friday.

Questions to answer regarding the video “The Inuit Part 1” You may have to see the video more than once to find the answers.

  1. Who are the Inuit?
  2. What type of shelter did they have in the winter when they went hunting?
  3. What type of shelter did they have in the summer months when they went hunting?
  4. Which animal did they prefer to hunt when making their outer jackets and clothing?
  5. Explain what the following are: Anorak, Amauti and Atajugs.

Photo Gallery:

Adam’s new bike

 

For the Week of May 11th to May 15th

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”

*Special Announcement From Mr. Morris

There will be a parent Zoom meeting on Tuesday evening.

Topic: HRA Parent Meet

Time: May 12, 2020 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://highroadacademy.zoom.us/j/95614448631?pwd=WDBiRm5rdWkvVC9NMys0V0h5M3V3UT09

 

Good morning. Your scripture memory for May is Hebrews 12:2 (NIV). The theme is Jesus, the author and finisher.

Daily Practice:

Spelling

  • Phonograms, use phonogram cards or app.
  • Practice sounding out P3 spelling list words, and identify the syllables and phonograms within each word.
  • Practice writing out weekly spelling list words, (read, say, write without looking).
  • Spelling City activity or game (optional).
  • *Take the test on Friday, and submit.

Reading

  • 15 minutes of storybook reading, your chose, (own story, or from Epic Kids or Raz-kids).

Math

  • Practice skip counts and multiplication facts.
  • Try saying the skip counts to an adult, with no mistakes.
  • *I will be checking this week during our video call.
  • Do weekly Math assignment, this week more Bar graph practice. Submit on Friday

For the Math handout click on this and the link below:

 

Multiplication Fun Practice Handout, Blue Clown Squares: (Optional), click on this and the link below

 

Social  Studies and Science: watch these videos

The Inuit Way of Life, (click on this and the link below)

How an Igloo Keeps you warm, (click on this and the link below)

Writing:

After watching the above two videos for Social Studies and Science, write in your Journal exercise book 5 facts you have learned about the Inuit way of life or how Igloos keep you warm. Remember your date, title and 5 full sentences. Include a picture, draw with pencil and colour with pencil crayon. Submit by Friday.

Chapel

  • View Chapel Video and join along.

Photo Gallery:

Adam and his fishing lures.

Adam and his fishing tackle box.

 

Creating a Violin Musical composition.

 

Adam’s fort.

Adam in his fort.

 

Gigi in a tree.

 

*If you have pictures about something you are doing, send them to me and I will put them on the Blog.

For the Week of May 4th to May 8th

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Good morning. Your scripture memory for May is Hebrews 12:2 (NIV). The theme is Jesus, the author and finisher.

Here is your Assignment Checklist for this week.

Daily Practice:

Spelling

  • Phonograms, use phonogram cards or app.
  • Practice sounding out P2 spelling list words, and identify the syllables and phonograms within each word.
  • Practice writing out weekly spelling list words, (read, say, write without looking).
  • Spelling City activity or game (optional).
  • *Take the test on Friday, and submit.

Reading

  • 15 minutes of storybook reading, your chose, (own story, or from Epic Kids or Raz-kids).

Math

  • Practice skip counts and multiplication facts.
  • Try saying the skip counts to an adult, with no mistakes.
  • Do weekly Math assignment, this week we are learning about graphs.
  1. Watch YouTube videos on collecting data and bar graphs.

 

2. Review:

  • What is a graph?
  • How many types of graphs were discussed in the first video?
  • When do we use these different types of graphs?

3. Do the Bar Graph handout and submit. Print out and do, or if you do not have a printer draw the graph on paper and answer the questions. Due Friday, May 4th.

Bar Graph Worksheets - 30 Bar Graph Worksheets , Reading and Creating Bar Graphs Worksheets From the Picture Graph Worksheets, Math Practice Worksheets, Graphing Worksheets, Powerpoint Chart Templates, Math Notes, Preschool Learning Activities, Bar Graphs, Third Grade Math, Word Problems

 

4.Data collecting and Graphing (optional activity)

  • Make a list of 20 different foods;
  • Categorize the list by putting each item into a few groups (ie. fruits, vegetables, meat, cereals, etc.);
  • Graph the number of foods in each group.

Writing (Due Friday, May 4th)

One writing entry in your journal exercise book. Remember the date on the top line to the right hand side. Write 6 full sentences. Choose one of the following topics:

  • How to make a model airplane;
  • What you did on the weekend;
  • What is it like to do school at home during the COVID19 pandemic;
  • Write about your pet.

Include a picture in your journal. The picture goes in the top space above your writing. Draw with pencil and colour with pencil crayon.

*Check your spelling. Check your punctuation, (periods, capitals and exclamation marks). Then submit.

Photo Gallery:

Jacob and Dad-designing a plane and starting to cut..

Carefully cutting out the pieces.

Gluing the pieces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Applying pressure to make the glue adhere.

Painting the plane.

Ready to fly!

 

 

 

 

 

For the Week of April 27th to May 1st

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Good morning Grade Threes. I hope everyone had a great weekend. Eight more weeks of school before summer holidays. This week instead of connecting with you by phone, I would like to do a video call. At your designated time, I will e-mail you a link from Google Meet, and then you click on the link and follow the prompts. Hopefully it will work.

Here is the Chapel video Mrs. Caswell, Mrs. Schlitt and Mrs. Dekoff  created for you this week:

Here is what I would like you to work on for this week.

**Memorize/ Review Scripture Memory for the month of April, Hebrews 11:6 (NIV).

Monday and Tuesday:

Spelling:

  1. Practice/Review Phonograms.
  2. Practice spelling list words P1.
  3. Go to the Spelling City web site and do one game or activity with the P1 list words.

 Reading:

  1. Silently read a story book from your home selection, for 20 minutes. Not a comic book. Or choose a book from Epic Kids or Raz-kids. You must have a complete story read by Tuesday evening. Perhaps you started one on Saturday and can finish it by Tuesday.

As you read or listen to the story, think about the following:

Who are the main characters in the story?

What is the setting of the story?

What is the problem in the story?

How is the problem solved?

 Math:

  • Memorize the skip counts by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
  • Monday will be a Math Test. Go to the Math-U-See Test Booklet and do Test 14, only.

*Remember to show your work for the word problems and give the unit measurements with your answer where needed, (for example: cm., km., m., ft., etc.).

*Remember your Mom, Dad, Auntie or Grandparent must mark your test and put the score at the top of the first page of the test.

  • Do your Test 14 corrections. If you get a question wrong, it should be marked with an X. When you correct your answer to that question then a C is put on the question number to show that you have done the correction correctly. We only learn from our mistakes.
  • Tuesday will be a Math handout on 2 Digit Subtraction with Regrouping.
  • Print it out and do it. Or copy the questions neatly onto lined paper and do them.
  • An adult needs to mark it and put the score at the top of the handout.
  • Do your corrections and have an adult check them over. If they are correct, then a C needs to be put on the questions’ number so that I can tell if it has been corrected.

2 Digit Subtraction with Regrouping handout:

click on the above highlighted title to the subtraction handout and drop down box, to see it.

Afternoon:

-Go outside and have some fun! If you didn’t get everything done today that is okay. Work on it tomorrow. Play tag, look for bugs, or look at all the pretty flowers. Play a game of soccer with your siblings or shoot some hoops. Bounce a ball and create your own game.

Wednesday and Thursday:

Spelling:

  1. Practice/Review Phonograms.
  2. Practice spelling list words P1.
  3. Go to the Spelling City web site and do one game or activity with the P1 list words.

Reading and Writing:

Now that you have finished reading your story book, you are going to do some writing. It has been awhile since you have used your writing muscles so let’s review some important rules and expectation for writing.

    1. Get a sheet of lined paper.
    2. On the very top line, put your name to the left hand side and your date to the right hand side of that line. Print neatly.
    3. On the second line down, near the margin, print the title to the storybook which you have just finished reading.
  • Put the number 1 in the margin and answer the first question with a full sentence.
  • Now skip a line from your answer and put number 2 in the margin. Answer the next question with a full sentence. Then continue like you did for numbers 1 and 2.
  • Print neatly. Remember sentences start with a capital letter and end with a period.
  • An adult needs to check over your work with an undistracted view.

*Parents please check spelling and punctuation. If the sentence rambles on help your child with the sentence structure.

  1. Please do your writing corrections and have an adult check it over again. No tears. Remember we learn from our mistakes.

Here are the Reading questions to answer in full sentences:

  • Who are the main characters in the story?
  • Write two things about each main character.
  • What is the setting of the story?
  • What is the problem in the story?
  • How is the problem solved?
  • What do you like about this story?
  • What is your favorite part, and explain why?
  • Do you think this author is a Christian author, why or why not? (Hint: What clues are in the story to suggest that this author might be a Christian writer?)

Math:

  1. Memorize the skip counts by 2 to 11.
  2. Practice the multiplication tables from 2 to 11.
  3. Any Math to finish from Monday and Tuesday?

Afternoon:

-Go outside and have some fun!

Friday, the last day to get things done.

This is a Pro-D Day for the teachers, but you still need to have your assignments completed and submitted to me by 3pm today.

 Spelling:

  1. Practice spelling list P1 once more.
  2. Take the test. Your parents or adult need to dictate the words to you out of order.

**Remember:

  • Neat work counts.
  • Use lined paper, if you have it.
  • Name to the left on the top line, proper date to the right on the top line.
  • Title: Spelling Test P1, centered on the second line.
  • Number your page 1 to 20.

**Parents please mark the spelling test and put a score at the top of the page. Then submit it to me.

 Reading and Writing:

    1. Have you finished answering your storybook Reading questions? If not, do so. They are due today.
    2. Do your punctuation, spelling and sentence structure corrections.
    3. Ask your parents or Auntie or Grandparent to check over your corrections.
    4. Check it over yourself. Does it look neat? Did you do your best printing? Did you print on the given lines or are your words floating? Is there proper spacing between your words?
  • Now submit it to me.

             5. Silently read a story book or a free read book for 20 minutes.

Math:

  1. Have you finished your Math Test 14 and your 2 Digit Subtraction with Regrouping handout?
  • Then submit it to me.

Congratulations you have finished the assignments for this week!

Go and have some fun outside.

Have a great weekend.

 *If you have a picture of something you are doing or if it is just a photo of you and you would like to feature it on my blog, please e-mail it to me.

 Here are some great photos to view from some of  your classmates:

Jada with her chicken.

Jesse’s Puppy

Jesse’s sister and the puppy

 

Landyn working on his schoolwork

Ryker with blue hair

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the Week of April 20th to 24th

Good morning. I thought I would do my blog schedule for the week rather than two days at a time. I hope this is helpful.

Monday and Tuesday:

Spelling:

  1. Practice /Review Phonograms.
  2. Practice spelling list words O6.
  3. Go to the Spelling City web site and do one game or one activity with the O6 list words.

Reading:

  1. Silently read a story book from your home selection, for 20 minutes. Not a comic book. Or choose a book from Epic Kids or Raz kids. I will e-mail your parents your password for Raz kids.

Math:

  1. Memorize the skip counts by 2, 3, 4 ,5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Try to say them out loud without any mistakes.
  2. Start the Math-U-See workbook p.14E. For Monday and Tuesday, only do numbers 1 to 15.

**Remember to find perimeter you add the sides of the given shape. Your answer is not square something, because you are only using the outside measurements. It is like walking around the outside, (perimeter), of the shape. Area is times, because you are measuring the space inside the shape and then the answer has to have square something, with it.

3. Show your work for numbers 13, 14 and 15. Neat work is still important.

4. Any corrections? There should be no tears. You are expected to do them, just like in school. We learn from our mistakes. If we do not take the time to do our corrections then we learn things incorrectly.

*Parents please look at your child’s work with an undistracted view. Please mark numbers 1 to 15 with a check mark if they are correct and an x if they are wrong. Put a C on the question number when you child has corrected it. No score yet on this page.

Afternoon: It is time for some outside play. Have fun! Be kind.

Wednesday and Thursday:

Spelling:

  1. Practice /Review Phonograms.
  2. Practice spelling list words O6.
  3. Go to the Spelling City web site and do one game or one activity with the O6 list words.

Reading:

  1. Silent Reading for 20 min. A storybook of your choice. Perhaps you are still reading the story you started on Monday. That is great! Keep going.
  2. When you have finished your storybook, discuss it with your Mom, Dad, Auntie or Grandparent. Tell them the following:
  • the main characters;
  • the setting of the story, (where it takes place);
  • the problem in the story;
  • how the problem was solved;
  • your opinion of the story— was it an interesting and exciting story? Why or why not?
  • do you think the author is a Christian writer? Why or why not? What are the clues in the story to suggest the writer is a Christian?

Math:

  1. Review/memorize the skip counts by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
  2. Go back to the Math-U-See workbook p.14E and finish the page. Do numbers 16 to 20 neatly.

*Remember show how you got your answers in the word problems. Just like we did in class. Number 20 is tricky. Take the challenge and try. You can do it! Be neat, just like in class.

3. Any corrections? Do them, please. Remember we learn from our mistakes.

**Parents please look at your child’s work with an undistracted view. Please mark numbers 16 to 20 with a check mark if they are correct, and an x if they are wrong. Put a C on the question number when you child has corrected it. Put the overall score for this workbook page at the top of the first side.

***Your Math workbook page must be done by Thursday afternoon. Four days is more than enough time to do your Math.

Afternoon: Time for playing outside. Have fun!

Friday, the last day to get things done:

Spelling:

  1. Practice spelling list O6 once more.
  2. Take the test. Your parents need to dictate the words to you out of order.

***Remember:

  • neat work counts;
  • Use lined paper, if you have it.
  • Name to the left on the top line, proper date to the right on the top line;
  • Title centered on the second line;
  • number your page 1 to 20.

**Parents please mark the spelling test and put a score at the top of the page. Then submit it to me.

Reading:

  1. 20 min. of silent reading/ reading out loud to someone, if this is possible, a storybook of your choice. Have you finished the book you started on Monday?
  2. Discuss it with your Mom, Dad, Auntie or Grandparent when you have finished reading it. Tell them the following:
  • the main characters;
  • the setting of the story, (where it takes place);
  • the problem in the story;
  • how the problem was solved;
  • your opinion of the story— was it an interesting and exciting story? Why or why not?
  • do you think the author is a Christian writer? Why or why not? What are the clues in the story to suggest the writer is a Christian?

Math:

  1. All corrections must be done on workbook page 14E, neatly and no tears. We always do corrections, that is how we learn.
  2. An adult must mark it.
  3. Please submit the completed and corrected workbook page 14E to me today.

Afternoon:

If you have finished this weeks assignments then go outside and play. Have fun! You worked hard and got it done. Have a great weekend!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday and Friday, April 16th and 17th, 2020

Good morning parents. Here is an encouraging video just for you.

 

This Week’s Chapel Video for the Primary Students:

Just click on Open, then click on the given address. It will take you to the video and then click on the play arrow.

ihancock@highroadacademy.com has shared the following video:

2020 04 14 – Kids Chapel.mov

Open

 

For Thursday morning,

1.Spelling:

-Continue practicing spelling O5 list words by drilling yourself. Then go to the  Spelling City site and do one game and activity.

2. Math:

-Finish Math workbook page 14D. Have your Mom or Dad mark it. Do not mark it yourself. Your score should be at the top of the first page of 14D. Do your corrections. Have Mom or Dad check it over again to make sure your corrections have been properly done. Remember to find Perimeter you must add the sides. To find Area you multiply two sides only, ( the short times the long side).

Math p.14D is due today, Thursday. I need to receive a picture of your finished and corrected Math work. There are two sides to this Math page. Take a picture of both sides of this workbook page and e-mail it to me.

3. Reading:

-Continue reading your story chosen from the Epic Kids web site or from your own collection of books. When  you have finished reading the story then think about the questions. Discuss them with Mom or Dad. You do not need to write out your answers and send them to me.

Reading questions to think about and discuss:

-Who are the main characters in the story?

-What is the setting of the story?

-What is the problem in the story?

-How is the problem solved?

-Did you enjoy reading this story? Why? or Why not?

Afternoon:

-Go outside and play. Have fun!

For Friday morning, 

1. Spelling:
-Practice O5 list words one more time.

-Have Mom or Dad give you the spelling test. Put your name and date on the very top line. Title: “O5 Spelling Test” on the second line. Number your page 1 to 20. Print neatly and heavy so I can see it. Remember no capitals, please! Mom or Dad need to mark it, score it, take a picture of it and e-mail it to me for your folder.

2. Reading:

-Are you able to finish your story book today?

-When  you have finished reading the story then think about the questions. Discuss them with Mom or Dad. You do not need to write out your answers and send them to me.

Reading questions to think about and discuss:

-Who are the main characters in the story?

-What is the setting of the story?

-What is the problem in the story?

-How is the problem solved?

-Did you enjoy reading this story? Why? or Why not?

3. Math:

-No Math, if you have finished workbook p.14D. Today will be a “Catch Up” day.

Afternoon:

-Go outside and play in the lovely sunshine! Have fun! Use your imagination.

 

 

 

 

April 14th and 15th

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

 

Good morning Grade Threes. I hope everyone had a great Easter weekend.

Here is what I would like you to work on for Monday and Tuesday of this week.

Spelling:

– Practice writing out your O5 spelling list words like we did in class each morning. The ones you get wrong, try writing them out just twice to get it into your memory. Then see the Spelling City website to do a fun game or activity with the O4 list words. Choose one game or activity a day. The Spelling City website is: http://www.spellingcity.com/bstark1/

*Your spelling test will be on Friday of this week. Take a picture of your spelling test and e-mail it to me at: bstark@highroadacademy.com I will put the copy into your folder.

Math:

-Practice and memorize your skip counts by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Use the chart in your planner to help you. Try saying them to your Mom or Dad without a mistake.

-Now go to your Math workbook and do page 14D. This is a review page. Let’s see what you know. Remember to show your work for the word problems, do not just give an answer. Watch out for question number 20. It will be two steps. Can you figure it out? If you get some questions wrong, please do your fix ups. Parents when you mark the Math page please put the score at the top of the first page of the assignment. Put a C on the number of the question your child got wrong and then corrected. I will need a picture of this for your folder.

Reading:

-Try something different this week. I have signed up our class for Epic Kids. Read on the web at getepic.com

Our classroom code is npc9953

Find your name in the roster and click on it. Check out the Geronimo Stilton series.

As you read or listen to the story, think about the characters.

Who are the main characters in the story?

What is the setting of the story?

What is the problem in the story?

How is the problem solved?

 

Afternoon Time:

-Go outside and have some fun! If you didn’t get everything done today that is okay. Work on it tomorrow. Play tag, look for bugs, or look at all the pretty flowers. Play a game of soccer with you siblings or shoot some hoops. Help mow the lawn. Make up a fun ball game using a bouncing ball, or your own version of Gaga Ball.

 

April 8th and 9th, 2020

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Good morning Grade Threes. Today is Wednesday April 8th, our third day of internet schooling. I hope everyone is feeling well and not over worked. I am excited to hear from each of you. I will be connecting with you today if you are on my Wednesday schedule. Parents please look at the schedule which I sent out on April 2nd for the connecting times. I will be phoning or e-mailing according to the schedule. If I am unable to connect by phone, then I will send you an e-mail. For my Thursday group, I will be connecting with you on Thursday.

*Friday, April 10th and Monday, April 13th are holidays. Friday is Good Friday and Monday is Easter Monday. Can you believe it? Wow, the Easter weekend at the end of this week.! There will be no school on Friday and Monday. I will send out my blog on Tuesday, April 14th.

Here is what I would like you to work on for Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

Spelling:

-Continue to practice writing out your O4 spelling list words like we did in class each morning. The ones you get wrong, try writing them out just twice to get it into your memory. Then see the Spelling City website to do a fun game or activity with the O4 list words. Choose one game or activity a day. The Spelling City website is: http://www.spellingcity.com/bstark1/

*Your spelling test will be Thursday of this week, because Friday is a holiday. It will be Good Friday. Take a picture of your spelling test and e-mail it to me at: bstark@highroadacademy.com I will put the copy into your folder. Remember, Friday April 10th is a holiday.

Math:

-Continue to practice and memorize your skip counts by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Use the chart in your planner to help you. Try saying them to your Mom or Dad without a mistake.

-Now go to your Math workbook and do page 14C. Yes, we will be doing 14C. We will not be skipping this page. Remember to show your work for the word problems, do not just give an answer. I don’t need a picture of this for the students’ folders.

-Also, I would like you to do the following subtraction handout as a good review. Parents if you carefully scroll on the vertical and horizontal arrows and then click on it with your mouse to highlight it and then right click to choose print. It should print out as a handout. Please have Mom or Dad mark it. If you need to do fix ups, please do your fix ups. Take a picture of it and e-mail to me.

Practice Math Handout on 2 Digit Subtraction, No Regrouping:

 

 

Reading:

-Do you still have a good story book to read? What is it about? Be ready to tell me something about your story when I connect with you. If you have finished reading your story, draw me a picture of the exciting part in the story. Remember to put the Title and author’s name at the top of you picture. Take a picture and e-mail it to me.

Afternoon Time:

-Go outside and have some fun! If you didn’t get everything done today that is okay. Work on it tomorrow, (Thursday). Play tag, look for bugs, or look at all the pretty flowers blooming in your yard. Shoot some hoops or bounce a ball and create a cool ball game with your siblings.

April 6 and 7, 2020

*Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

 

Here we go Grade 3s! Are you ready? For Monday and Tuesday of this week I would like you to choose some spelling and math activities to do.

Spelling:

-There will be a spelling list this week. Our spelling list is O4. You will see it at the right side of this blog. Practice writing out your list words like we did in class in the morning. Then see the Spelling City web site to do fun games and activities to do with your weekly spelling list words. Choose one game or activity a day. Check out the following Spelling City web site is: http://www.spellingcity.com/bstark1/

Math:

-In Math we are learning the skip counts and corresponding multiplication sentences. Please practice and memorize the skip counts by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Use the chart in your planner to help you. Can you skip count without a mistake? If not, keep practicing until you can do it without looking at the chart. Say them to your Mom or Dad. How did you do?

Now go to your Math workbook and do page 14B only. Do not try to race ahead in your workbook. We will be doing a little at a time.

Reading:

Do you have a good book to read? It is your choice, but please choose a story book to read silently for 20 minutes at the most.

*Parents the Public Library has a free app for signing out books.

 Afternoon Time:

-Go outside and have some fun! Look for bugs, shoot some hoops, play tag and be nice to you siblings.

 

April 2, 2020

Dear Parents,

Getting back into a routine for learning is going to take a little effort. Each family has a schedule which works for them. I would suggest that the best learning takes place in the morning, between 9am and 12 noon. My will power tends to get a little slower after lunch. Trying to do academic learning after supper and before going to bed is just impossible. Lets try to leave the evening to fun family time and making family connections. Try to make a schedule for your kids. Change it if you have to, to make it work for you.

Consider: *This is only a suggestion.

9am to 10am academic learning;

10am to 10:30am Break (snack, play, outside fun)

10:30am to 11:30 academic learning

11:30am to 12:30pm Break (lunch, play, outside fun)

Afternoon: Art fun stuff, (drawing, colouring, creating with Lego, baking, etc). Go outside and explore, shoot some hoops, play tag with your siblings. Or whine down with a good book so Mom and Dad can get their work done.

Scheduling Time to Connect with your Teacher:

*This will be done by e-mail, phone or ?

Wednesday:

Individual Group A
9:00 – 9:15  Kesler
9:15 – 9:30  Adam
9:30 – 9:45  Maeva
9:45 – 10:00 Gigi
10:00 -10:15 Elias
10:15 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 10:45  Andy

10:45 -11:00 Kiara

11:00 – 11:15 Jesse

11:15 – 11:30 Joyce and Vienna

11:30 -11:45 Lily

11:45 – 12 Noon Emily

 

Thursday:

Individual Group B
9:00 – 9:15  Ryker
9:15 – 9:30  Landyn
9:30 – 9:45  Beth
9:45 – 10:00  Kariada
10:00 -10:15 Jacob
10:15 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 10:45  Anaiah

10:45 -11:00 Owen

11:00 – 11:15 Jediah

11:15 – 11:30 Jackson

11:30 -11:45 Olivia

11:45 – 12 Noon  Jada

12 –  12:30 Zachary