Online Resources

Kindergarten

Math 

Language Arts

  • Storyline Online– The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.  
  • Readworks–  Provides K-12 teachers with a large, high-quality library of curated nonfiction and literary articles, along with reading comprehension and vocabulary supports, formative assessments, teacher guidance, and more.  Must have an account, but they are free.
  • MobyMax- Access through Clever
  • ReadWriteThink.org– reading and writing resources across grade levels.
  • BrainpopJr.- Free stuff section includes Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts and SEL information
  • Discovery Education– Educational videos that cross grade levels.  Log in with Google.
  • MAISA Reading and Writing Units- See DEC

Science

  • Mystery Science – Mystery Science features multimedia science units for K-5. Each lesson consists of a series of short videos and prompts guide student discussion. This is followed by an experiment that can be done at home. Teachers can send students specific lessons via a link. Students do not have to be logged on to Mystery Science! Click this link to MyPD to watch a video about how to find these student links and the different ways you can share the link with your class.
  • BrainpopJr.- Free stuff section includes Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts and SEL information
  • Discovery Education– Educational videos that cross grade levels.  Log in with Google.

Social Studies

  • MI Open Book – Myself & Others (Teacher Correlation Guide available in MyPD Remote Learning course)
  • BrainpopJr.- Free stuff section includes Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts and SEL information
  • Discovery Education– Educational videos that cross grade levels.  Log in with Google.
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Gingerbread Houses

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Cooperative Learning


Cooperative Learning: Needs and Not Needs

Students worked together to decide whether or not each image represented a “need” or a “not need”.


Cooperative Learning: The Four Seasons

Students worked together to draw leaves and specific season conditions on each tree.


The Water Cycle: Evaporation

Students explored evaporation by painting with water on the sidewalk.

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parent volunteers

Parents,

I need parent volunteers from 10:30-11:15 to come to the classroom to help with reading groups. Please, please try to find the time and come any day if possible. You don’t need to sign up, just come in whenever you can.

Thank you,
Mrs. Berry

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Homework due date:

Please complete all pages. Parents, allow your child to complete one or two pages a day and not the whole packet at once. Please, guide and support your child but do not actually do the homework yourself.

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Newsletter

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Welcome to Mrs. Berry’s Kindergarten iBlog

Welcome to my iBlog.  Above are some links your child may use from home to help in both reading and math skills (go to games right top of page).

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Using chalk outside to write our numbers.

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