Here is a link to an article/blog post by LeAnn Nickelsen, M. Ed. on her blog Insights to Maximize Learning.
Here is a link to the Dearborn Public Schools Continuity of Learning Plan!
I hope everyone had a wonderful and relaxing Spring Break!
I know teachers will be posting on Dojo what the week will look like so I will keep it simple here. Please encourage your child to write today about one thing they did during the week off. It can be something they did with a brother or sister, something on their own, simply playing a game or outside. Add the writing to your child’s portfolio on Dojo and your child’s teacher and I can see it there!
Remember perfect spelling is not expected. Please have your child listen and record all sounds in a word independently. It may be helpful for them to verbally tell you what they will write first and then they can spend time writing.
Next week will be our Spring Break! There will be no new information posted here however my challenge to families is to read or listen to a story every day next week 🙂
Please check your teacher’s dojo page as they are providing information about next week.
Take care and please reach out if you need anything!
Remember there are three ways to read a book.
- Read the Pictures
- Read the Words
- Retell the Story
Pick a book and try one way today! Read to a family member, stuffed animal or pet!
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!
Today begin your week by listening to a read aloud. You can choose any book. I know many teachers are posting read alouds on class dojo or you can follow the link below and choose one.
For an extra challenge after listening to the stories list all of the characters in the story to a family member!
Today with paper and a pencil walk around your house and write down all the words you know! Even add in a few that you do not know and have a family member help you with the new words.
This is just like our Daily 5 Word Work choice of Write the Room!
Supporting your child at home during this season may present some challenges. Below are two resources that may support you and your family through this journey!
As always please do not hesitate to reach out to myself or your child’s teacher!