Lessons Week 3

Tuesday 3/31
Reading: Read at least one book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.  On a separate sheet of paper write your connection. Give at least 2 details.
Spelling: stone   joke home    rode woke   note cone broke    rope robe
Write your spelling words as a pyramid:
s
st
sto
ston
stone
Math: Solve the following word problem with a picture, number sentence, and a statement with your answer:Ben’s boat is 5 centimeter cubes long right now.  He wants to make his boat 14 centimeter cubes long.  How many more centimeter cubes does Ben need?
Writing :On a separate sheet of paper write about a time you were kind to someone.
Include a topic sentence, at least three key events and a conclusion.
Social Studies: Use a plain piece of paper to draw a map of your bedroom.  Make sure to include labels!.

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Week 3

Spelling Words:
stone   joke    home    rode     woke     note    cone    broke    rope     robe
Lessons for Monday 3/30
Reading:Read at least one book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.On a separate sheet of paper write your connection.  Give at least 2 details.
Connection=What does the book make you think about.  Something that happened to you or happened in another book.
Spelling:Pick at least three spelling words and write a sentence for each word.Remember to make first grade sentences.
Math:Complete at least one Zearn lesson.  
Writing: On a separate sheet of paper write about a time that you were brave.  How old were you? What did you have to do that made you brave? How did you feel afterwards? Include a clear topic sentence, at least three key events with details and a conclusion.
Sight Words:Practice your sight word flashcards with someone.  Put the words that were a bit slower in a separate pile and practice them again.

Stay Home, Stay Safe

Parents please keep your kids at home. During the mandated shut down, all school playgrounds & athletic fields, will be closed to the public.  If you are found on the property you will be asked to leave.  Please stay at home!  Do not visit friends and family!Stay healthy and stay safe!

Friday Lessons

Friday    3/27
Reading:Read at least one book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.  On a separate sheet of paper retell the story in your own words.  
Remember to use the words; 
In the beginning, Next, Then, After that , and Finally.
Spelling:Have a parent give you the spelling test on a separate sheet of paper.  How did you do? vine mine line     life rice price     time all call fall
Math:Complete at least one Zearn lesson. We are on unit 5.
Writing:Reread your opinion from yesterday and add three adjectives to make your writing better. 
Practice sight words.  Each day you should be getting a little faster.

Lessons for 3/26

Please write your responses in a notebook or put your individual papers in a folder and bring them to school when we return.
Reading: Read at least one informational book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.  On a separate sheet of paper write the main idea and three details to support the main idea.
Spelling: With a family member spell your words while passing a ball or soft toy back and forth.
vine. mine, line, life, rice, price, time, all, call, fall  
Math: Complete at least one Zearn lesson. We are on Unit 5.
Writing: Do you like staying home or going to school better?Write your opinion and at least three details to support your opinion. Write in a journal or separate sheet of paper to bring to school, when we come back.
Practice sight words.

Posted on March 26, 2020 

Mr. Ochoa’s Music Lessons

iLearn classesPosted on March 15, 2020 by Jonathan Ochoa

Hello everyone!! I hope you are healthy and safe. These are the directions for logging on to the iLearn sites for each grade. If something does not work for you please let me know through email (ochoaj@dearbornschools.com).

  1. go to the Dearborn Schools website https://dearbornschools.org
  2. Click on the Student Portal link.
  3. Click on the iLearn Classrooms link
  4. Log in with your id and password
  5. type in your grade level enrollment code

You will only need to enter the code once to register for the course. Here are the codes for each grade level class.

Kindergarten: ra7gq4

1st: dq2ewe

2nd: cfs453

3rd: mafjrk

4th: 7u8ray

5th: unygz5

Keep Learning!

Mr. Ochoa

Wednesday Lessons

Wednesday 3/25
Reading:Read at least one informational book on kids a-z and answer the questions. On a separate sheet of paper write the main idea and three details to support the main idea. You can write your details in a notebook and bring it to school when we go back.
Main Idea=What is the story mostly about?
Spelling:Have someone give you a practice test.  Any words you have trouble with write five times.- vine     mine line     life rice price     time all call fall
Math:Complete at least one Zearn lesson. We are on unit 5.
Writing:Reread your story about a time you were sick.  Add at least 4 adjectives to your story. An adjective describes a noun.
Ex. If yesterday you wrote: My mom gave me soup.  Today add an adjective to make your sentence better.
My caring mom gave me warm chicken soup.  
I added, caring, warm and chicken to make my sentence better.
Practice sight words.

Science Experiment

Posted on March 25, 2020

I thought you might like to try this experiment at home with your family. This experiment is a great way to understand how washing your hands keeps germs away!

Here’s what you’ll need: Materials: dish, pepper (represent germs), water, dish soap

Step 1: Pour water into the dish.

Step 2: Add lots of pepper to the water so that it covers the top of the water.

Step 3: Dip your finger into the dish. How much pepper (germs) touched your finger?

Step 4: Put soap on a different finger.

Step 5: Dip the soapy finger into the dish. What happened this time?

Step 6: You can write about your results in a notebook or on separate paper.

Message from the Superintendent

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Lesson 3/24/2020

Tuesday 3/24
Reading:Read at least one book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.  On a separate sheet of paper write your connection. Give at least 2 details.
Spelling:Write your words with sidewalk chalk, crayons or markers.  Make them colorful. Remember to sound out words so you can hear all the sounds. vine     mine line     life rice price     time all call fall
Math:Complete at least one Zearn lesson.  We are on unit 5.
Writing:On a separate sheet of paper write about a time you were sick.  How did you feel? What could you do?What couldn’t you do? Include a topic sentence, at least three key events and a conclusion.
Practice sight words with someone.  Put the words that were a bit slower in a separate pile and practice them again.

Week 2 Lessons

Monday 3/23
Reading:Read at least one book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.On a separate sheet of paper write your connection.  Give at least 2 details.
Connection=What does the book make you think about.  Something that happened to you or happened in another book.
Spelling:  Pick at least three spelling words and write a sentence for each word.Remember to make first grade sentences.
vine     mine line     life rice price     time all call fall
Math:Complete at least one Zearn lesson.  We are on unit 5.
Writing: On a seperate sheet of paper write about a time you had fun with your family.  Include a clear topic sentence, at least three key events with details and a conclusion.
Sight Words:Practice sight words.  Make flash cards with the sight word list and practice with someone.  How fast can you read the words?

Round Two Chromebooks

Round 2 chromebook pick up for our Lowrey families.

This is only for Lowrey Students! 

If your family does not have a working computer and is in need of a chromebook then please come to Lowrey’s main doors, tomorrow Friday March 20th between times of 12:30pm to 2pm. 
 If you already picked one up, please don’t come again.  One chromebook per household!
 All parents will need to sign a consent form to insure chromebooks will be returned in the same condition they were given. All parents and students are responsible for the chromebooks. They must be returned once students return to school. 

Checking Out Chromebooks

Lowrey School will be distributing Chromebooks to families in order to support their child’s remote Learning. Each Chromebook was checked and cleaned by admin and personnel to ensure that they are safe to be used. Please note that chromebooks need a working internet connection.   If your family does not have a working computer and is in need of a chromebook then please come to Lowrey’s main doors, tomorrow Thursday March 19th between times of 11:30am to 3pm. 
 One chromebook per household!
 
 All parents will need to sign a consent form to insure chromebooks will be returned in the same condition they were given. All parents and students are responsible for the chromebooks. They must be returned once students return to school. 

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