May 18, 2020 Lessons. Meeting on Big Blue Button at 2:30

Pick at least four spelling words and write a sentence for each word. Include an adjective in each sentence. Remember, an adjective is a describing word like gigantic or funny.

Read at least one book on Kids a-z

Math:

Before starting the lesson you will need:

40 small objects

4 dimes and 10 pennies

Pencil and paper

White board and marker (optional)

Math:

Click on the link below to watch the math lesson: Module 4, Lesson 12 Part 1

Below the video there is a link to download the problem set for lesson 12.  You don’t have to print.  Just write the answers on paper.

Writing:

In your opinion, what is the best dessert?  Give at least 3 reasons to support your answer.

Science for Fun

https://mysteryscience.com/plants/mystery-1/seed-dispersal/84?code=MTQ1MzY5ODU&t=student

May 15, 2020 Lessons

Spelling:

Read at least one narrative (fiction) book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.

Math:

Click on the link below to watch the math lesson:

Module 4, Lesson 11 Part 3

Writing:

In your opinion, would a butterfly make a good pet?  Why or why not?  GIve at least three reasons to support your opinion.

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Read the informational book that was assigned to you on kids a-z and answer the questions.

Look for informational text features in the book you read. (bold print, picture captions, diagrams, headings.)

Math:

Click on the link to watch the math lesson Module 4, Lesson 11 Part 2. Make sure to a pencil and paper.

Writing:

If you could be a butterfly for one whole day, what would you do?  Where would you go?  What would you eat?  Tell me at least 3 things that you would do.

Lessons for May 13, 2020

Our BBB class will start today at 3:30

********To join Mr. Loconsole’s class:******

or

school id and birthday

click join

class code  ywft56o

Read at least one book on Kids a-z (narrative) and answer the questions.

Watch the following video and then create a graphic organizer web to describe the setting of a story that you have read.

Math:

Click on the link below to watch the math lesson: Module 4, Lesson 11 Part 1

Before starting the lesson you will need:

40 small objects

4 dimes and 10 pennies

Paper pencil

White board and marker (optional)

Below the video there is a link to download the problem set for lesson 11.  You don’t have to print.  Just write the answers on paper.

Science for Fun

https://mysteryscience.com/powers/mystery-6/plant-movement-survival/157?code=MTQ1MzY5ODU&t=student

Lessons for May 12, 2020. Big Blue Button meeting at 2:30. Have a paper and pencil ready.

Spelling:

car  star   far   chart   smart   part   yard   hard   four   boy

Write as many words as you can using the -ar spelling pattern.

Read Tian Tian a Giant Panda from kidsa-z.com I assigned on your kidsa-z account.

Look for informational text features in the book you read. (bold print, picture captions, diagrams, headings.)
On a separate paper, write the bold words and their definitions. (what they mean)

Math:

Click on the link below to watch math lesson Module 4, Lesson 10 Part 3

Science – For Fun

https://mysteryscience.com/powers/mystery-5/plant-survival-engineering/133?code=MTQ1MzY5ODU&t=student

May 11, 2020 Lessons. We will have a big blue button meeting at 2:30. Instructions will be a the end of the lessons.

Spelling:

car  star   far   chart   smart   part   yard   hard   four   boy

Pick at least four spelling words and write a sentence for each word.  Include an adjective in each sentence. Remember, an adjective is a describing word like gigantic or funny.

Read at least one book on Kids a-z

Math: Lesson 10

You will need a separate paper and pencil.

Writing:

Watch the following video about the butterfly life cycle:

After watching it, draw 4 pictures to describe the butterfly life cycle and then explain it to an adult at your house. Do not lose your pictures! You will use them tomorrow for writing again.

***Big Blue Button Meeting Today 5/11***

Go to:

dearbornschools.org

Go to student portal

Make sure you can login to your email at dearbornschools.org. That way the computer knows you’re a student.

Click on iLearn

Then click on Mrs. Neuenschwander’s class with the Big Blue Button.

Join at 2:30 and I will be there.

See you soon!!

Lessons for May 8, 2020

Have a parent give you the spelling test on a separate sheet of paper.  How did you do?

Read at least one narrative (fiction) book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.

Math:

Click on the link below to watch the math lesson:

Module 4, Lesson 10 Part 1.

Lesson 10

Below the video there is a link to download the problem set.  You don’t have to print.  Just write the answers on paper.

Writing:

Click on the link for the writing lesson.

Top Secret Mother’s Day Project: Have your child click on the link on page 2. They will need a piece of paper, a pencil, and crayons/markers.  Don’t peek while they are making it!  I hope you have a great Mother’s Day on Sunday!

May 7, 2020 -No online class today. Please use this for lessons or google classroom

**Some students are having problems with assignments or accessing information because they must login their dearbornschools.org address in Chrome. If they login with their parent’s email as a default, it might not work.

Rainbow Spelling

Write spelling words and then trace in 3 different colors.

Read at least one informational book on Kids a-z and answer the questions.

Math:

Click on the link to watch the math lesson Module 4.

Lesson 9 Part 2 and 3.

Writing:

Click on the link for the writing lesson.