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Remote Learning Weeks 11-12

  1. Science:  Sunday is June 14, 2020. Our Nation celebrates and honors this day as Flag Day. Watch and listen to the story about this special day and then complete the activity. 

Flag Day Video

Flag Day Activity

  1. Language Arts:  

Fundations:  Day 5 (Sentence Dictations): 

Listen to the following sentences below.  Write down and mark up the words on the seesaw board or write them down on a paper and send to your teacher.

Fundations Unit 16 week 1 sentence dictation recording

Reader’s Workshop:  

  • Listen to the Read Alouds: 
  • Respond about how the 2 versions are similar and different.  Use this frame:  
  • I notice 2 versions of the fairytale are similar because______________.  I notice the 2 fairytales are different because__________. 
  • Send your response to your teacher on Seesaw.  
  1. Math:
  • Reflex Math for fluency practice
  1.   Special Areas: Today is Friday.  Our special today is Technology.  Please visit Mrs. Kalpinski's class website for today’s learning activity: https://adelphia.howell.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1036285&type=u&pREC_ID=1853431
  2. Keep working on your Digital Memory Book!
Art Zoom today at 12:00. You can find the link in your Seesaw messages.
1. Science: Please catch up on any assignments you may have missed.
2. Language Arts: 

Fundations:  Day 4 (Marking Up words): 

Listen to the following recording below.  Write down and mark up the words on the seesaw board or write them down on a paper and send to your teacher.

Fundations Unit 16 week 1 word dictation recording

Additional Tools to use to help you when marking up words:

Syllable Types Poster

How to Mark Up Words Fundations posters


3. Writer’s Workshop: 

  • View this  link for the lesson:  Future Second Graders Poster                                                                                            4. Math                                                              
  • Click the link to view: Math Lesson 13-2
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again and hit submit
  • Click on the link for a chart to support this lesson 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!                                                                                                                                                                    5.   Special Areas: Today is Thursday.  We have Art and Music.  Please go to Ms. Yersin and Mr. Murphy’s website for today’s learning activities:  Ms. Yersin's Art Class and Mr. Murphy's Website
  • 6. Keep working on your Digital Memory Book!
  1. Science:  https://mysteryscience.com/mini-lessons/emojis-creation

Choose 3 questions to answer.  Be sure to answer 3 questions in complete sentences and send them to your teacher.

  • Who is the inventor of emojis?
  • What does emoji mean in Japanese?
  • What problem do emojis help people solve?
  • How many emojis are there today?
  • What’s your favorite emoji? 
  1. Language Arts

Fundations:  

Day 3 (Word Building):

Use the word building board to practice building the following (u) words (you can also build any other words you can think of that fit these patterns):

astronaut, drawn, launch, jigsaw, fault, sawdust, laundry, shawl

Word Building Board (Please click this link and then click mouse input for a computer or touch input for an ipad.  There will be tabs on the top of the document to click on to navigate for specific letters, vowels and other sounds.)


Reader’s Workshop: 

  

  1. Math:
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again and hit submit 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!
  1.   Special Areas: Today is Wednesday.  We have Gym.  Please go to  Mrs. Jurlina's website for today’s learning activity: Mrs. Jurlina's Website
  2. Keep working on your Digital Memory Book!
  • Social and Emotional Learning:  This month we are focusing on celebrating the end of an eventful school year by making digital memory books.  Click on the links below to create your own digital memory book to remember the school year.  This is an ongoing project. Work on this project a little bit each day.  Please complete the project by June 19th. 
  1. Language Arts:  

Fundations:   Day 2 (Trick Words):

Practice reading and spelling your trick words for the week: August, laugh, daughter

Watch the following trick word video

Unit 16 week 1 trick word video

You can use any of the links below to practice spelling your trick words:

BuildIt(sightwordpractice) DoughIt(sightwordpractice) GraphIt(sightwordpractice)

RainbowIt(sightwordpractice) SwatIt(sightwordpractice)


Writer’s  Workshop: 


  1. Math:
  • Click the link to view: Math lesson 13.1   
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again
  • Click on the links to assist with the lesson: 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!
  1. Special Areas: Today is Tuesday.  We have Media.  Please use this link for today’s learning activity: Mrs. Stenard's https://adelphia.howell.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1296798&type=u&pREC_ID=1837409
PAWS:  Throughout the month of June, Adelphia Celebrates the Success of our Students! Please follow the links provided to view this month’s picture book and related activities. Enjoy!
  • View the Book of the Month Read aloud – Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall: Jabari Jumps
  • June’s Book of the Month Parent Letter and Suggested Activities!

 Book of the Month Parent Letter   

 

1. Science: What’s the biggest tree in the world?

https://mysteryscience.com/mini-lessons/biggest-tree#slide-id-7405

Choose 3 questions to answer.  Be sure to answer 3 questions in complete sentences and send them to your teacher.

  • On what continent would you find the Baobab tree? 
  • Are some trees big enough to live inside?
  • What is the name of the widest tree in the world and where would you find one?
  • What is the name of the heaviest tree in the world and where would you find one?
  • Who is General Sherman?
  • What is the name of the tallest tree in the world and where would you find one? How tall is the tallest tree?
 
2. Language Arts

Fundations: If you are looking for additional fundations work or support for the week please click on the attached parent packet:

Unit 16 Fundations parent packet

 

Day 1 (Introduction):

Please click on the links below and watch some of the videos each day to practice and review drill sounds. You can also click on the drill sound posters and practice being the drill sound leader to a family member.  

letter drill sound Fundations video   digraph drill sound Fundations video

letter drill sound and digraph Fundations poster

welded/glued sounds Fundations video   welded/glued sounds Fundations poster

r-controlled drill sound Fundations video  r-controlled Fundations poster

double vowel teams drill sound Fundations video  double vowel teams Fundations poster

Be sure to practice your drill sounds using the links above (make sure to include the double vowel team video in your practice this week).

Listen to the video below to learn about (au and aw) and the sounds they make 

Fundations Unit 16 au and aw video introduction


3. Reader’s Workshop:  

  • Listen to the 2 versions of the Jack and the Beanstalk fairytale and write a response using this frame:  
    • I notice 2 versions of the fairytale are similar because______________.  I notice the 2 fairytales are different because__________. 

4. Math

We are beginning a new topic in Math about problem solving using addition and subtraction.  

    • Click the link to view:  Math Lesson 11-4
    • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
    • View the assigned video to review the lesson again and hit submit
    • Click on the link to assist with the lesson: 
    • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
    • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!
    • Math Talk Stem- When talking about math today use the following stems to guide your thinking and speaking:   
  • The strategy that I am going to use is________.
  • Yes, I need to regroup because_______.
  • No, I do NOT need to regroup because________.
5.   Special Areas: Today is Monday.  We have Gym. Please go to Mrs. Jurlina's website for today’s learning activities:  Mrs. Jurlina's Website
***DON’T FORGET!!! Monday, June 8th between 1:30 and 2:00 is when you should arrive at Adelphia School to pick up your child’s belongings and drop off anything that was loaned to you such as classroom and media center books.***
 
Please be sure to send any pictures you would like included in our End of the Year movie and be sure to send me a picture of you with the sign you made.
 
  1. Science:  WHERE DO PLANTS GROW BEST?

https://mysteryscience.com/plants/mystery-5/adaptations-habitat/88?r=9682688

PLANT CARDS you can use these for the Plant Survivor Map in the video. You can also just copy the name of the plant on a piece of paper and answer the brief questions next to the plant name. 

Why is it important to find the right place for a plant to grow?

  1. Language Arts:  

Fundations:  Day 5 (Sentence Dictations): 

Listen to the following sentences below.  Write down and mark up the words on the seesaw board or write them down on a paper and send to your teacher.

Fundations Unit 15 week 3 sentence dictation recording 


Reader’s Workshop: 

  •  Read in your series book.  Write about a part where the author used precise words to make a movie in your mind. 
  •  This chart may be helpful to use when thinking about your series books: Authors Paint Pictures with Words 
  1. Math:
  • Reflex Math for fluency practice
  • Complete the assigned fluency activity in Seesaw
4.   Special Areas: Today is Friday.  Our special today is Technology.  Please visit Mrs. Kalpinski's class website for today’s learning activity: https://adelphia.howell.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1036285&type=u&pREC_ID=1853431
***Please remember we have our Class Zoom today at 12 PM.*****
1. Language Arts: 

Fundations: Day 4 (Marking Up words): 

Listen to the following recording below.  Write down and mark up the words on the seesaw board or write them down on a paper and send to your teacher.

Fundations Unit 15 week 3 word dictation recording

Additional Tools to use to help you when marking up words:

Syllable Types Poster

How to Mark Up Words Fundations posters


2. Writer’s Workshop: If you have already sent in your finished Nomination writing  from Tuesday’s lesson to your teacher, then you can repeat the lesson and choose a different nomination to write about.

Attached is the lesson from Tuesday to refer to and model letter for you to use as a model.

  • View this  link for the lesson:  Writing About Reading Day 7
  • View this link for a model:  Nomination Example
 
3. Science: Please catch up on any Science assignments you need to complete
 
4. Math: Click the link to view Math Lesson 11-5
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again and hit submit 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!
  • Math Talk Stem- When talking about math or completing the seesaw activity: 
  • Yes, I need to regroup because_______.
  • No, I do NOT need to regroup because________.
5. Special Areas: Today is Thursday.  We have Art and Music.  Please go to Ms. Yersin and Mr. Murphy’s website for today’s learning activities:  Ms. Yersin's Art Class and Mr. Murphy's Website
  1. Science:  ARE UNICORNS REAL?

https://mysteryscience.com/mini-lessons/unicorns?loc=mini-lesson-button#slide-id-8702

  • What is the name of the country in which the unicorn is one of their national symbols? 
  • What is the name of the animal in which scientists believe to have found fossil remains recently?  
  • Are unicorns real?
  1. Language Arts

Fundations: Day 3 (Word Building):

Use the word building board to practice building the following (u) words (you can also build any other words you can think of that fit these patterns):

youth, noon, cook, stood, argue true, mildew, overdue

Word Building Board (Please click this link and then click mouse input for a computer or touch input for an ipad.  There will be tabs on the top of the document to click on to navigate for specific letters, vowels and other sounds.)


Reader’s Workshop: 

  •  Please use this link to view and listen to today’s lesson:  Reader's Workshop Lesson 10    
  • Read in your series book. Use the sentence frame to write about your series book:   I notice in my series books it tends to go this way: (Fill in the pattern you notice in your series books.)  So I predict this will happen next__________.
  • This chart may be helpful to use when thinking about your series book:   Authors Paint Pictures with Words 
  1. Math:
  • Click the link to view Math Lesson 11-1
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again and hit submit 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!
  • Math Talk Stem- When talking about math or completing the seesaw activity: 
  • I am subtracting 10 so the number _____ is going to go down by 1.
  • I am subtracting 100 so the number ______ is going to go down by 1.
  1.   Special Areas: Today is Wednesday.  We have Gym.  Please go to  Mrs. Jurlina's website for today’s learning activity: Mrs. Jurlina's Website

Please remember to send me pictures for the End of Year Video by Friday, June 5th!

  1. Language Arts:  

Fundations:   Day 2 (Trick Words):

Practice reading and spelling your trick words for the week: January, February, July, enough, special, December

Please review the trick words by writing each in a sentence and sending to your teacher (Please remember that sentences start with a capital letter, have spacing between words and end with a punctuation mark).  

 

Writer’s  Workshop: 

  1. Math:
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again
  • Click on the links to assist with the lesson: 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning!
  • Math Talk Stem- When talking about math today or completing the seesaw activity.

Students can use the following stem to guide their discussion:

  • The strategy that I like best is ___________.
  • I like this strategy because____________.

3.  Special Areas: Today is Tuesday.  We have Media.  Please use this link for today’s learning activity: Mrs. Stenard's https://adelphia.howell.k12.nj.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1296798&type=u&pREC_ID=1837409
  1. Science: MYSTERY #4 SHOULD YOU WATER A CACTUS?

Today we are going to learn if we have to water a cactus.  Mystery Doug has a lot to tell us today.  

https://mysteryscience.com/plants/mystery-4/adaptations-habitat/87?r=1009396#slide-id-0

Let’s see if you can answer these questions today.  Remember to send the answers to your teacher. 

Mystery #4 Do you need to water a cactus?.docx

  1. Language Arts

Fundations: 

If you are looking for additional fundations work or support for the week please click on the attached parent packet:

Unit 15 Fundations parent packet

Please use these two links DAILY as references to help with spelling the /u/ words this week:

Umlaut poster

Sounds of /u/ poster 

 

Day 1 (Introduction):

Please click on the links below and watch some of the videos each day to practice and review drill sounds. You can also click on the drill sound posters and practice being the drill sound leader to a family member.  

letter drill sound Fundations video   digraph drill sound Fundations video

letter drill sound and digraph Fundations poster

welded/glued sounds Fundations video   welded/glued sounds Fundations poster

r-controlled drill sound Fundations video  r-controlled Fundations poster

double vowel teams drill sound Fundations video  double vowel teams Fundations poster

Be sure to practice your drill sounds using the links above (make sure to include the double vowel team video in your practice this week).

Listen to the three videos below in the order you see them to REVIEW long u combinations and the umlaut sounds

Video 1-  Fundations Unit 15 umlaut video

Video 2- Fundations Unit 15 sounds of u video

Video 3- Fundations Unit 15 marking up words sounds of u video


Reader’s Workshop:  

  • Independent Reading:  Read in your series book and respond about the way the author paints a picture in the reader’s mind.
  1. Math:

We are beginning a new topic in Math about adding 3 digit numbers.  

  • Click the link to view today's lesson Math Lesson 10-5
  • Login to www.pearsonrealize.com 
  • View the assigned video to review the lesson again and hit submit
  • Click on the link to assist with the lesson: 
  • Complete the Quick Check and hit submit
  • Optional Practice- On Seesaw, login to your student account and click activities to access a math activity related to what we are learning.
4.   Special Areas: Today is Monday.  We have Gym. Please go to Mrs. Jurlina website for today’s learning activities:  Mrs. Jurlina's Website