Any assignments will be posted in your child’s media google classroom. You may also click on the remote learning tab for your school up above for information on the latest assignments.
Media assignments are meant to be quick and fun. NO Stress involved, lol, so make sure to check them out.
Need a break from it all? Check out the other pages on my blog like Typing Practice, For Fun, Get Creative, or Field Trips and find links to some pretty cool sites and activities 🙂
April is poetry month so that will be our focus for the next few weeks. This week, lets just explore some different poetry sites. Check out the links below:
If you’re here, don’t forget to check your Google Classroom for Media. I’ve been posting there also…
3rd graders – your google classroom has a science video with a kahoot quiz, a chance to record a video on flipgrid, a digital breakout box, and a few other things also.
2nd graders – your google classroom has a science video with a kahoot quiz, a chance to record a video on flipgrid, plus some links to a few different zoos and an aquarium.
1st graders – your google classroom has a science video with a kahoot quiz, the link to a SAFARI, a video of me reading a story, and a few other links.
On the days when you do Media at home, you can look here on my blog (make sure you check out the other pages) and you can check in google classroom – I will be updating both places 🙂
One of the things we work on in media is understanding how to find books in a library. Our pictures books and chapter books are organized by author, so knowing ABC order is super helpful.
Here are 2 links to help students practice putting things into ABC order: K-1st https://www.abcya.com/games/alphabet
Soooooo, I wanted to try something new 🙂 I created and posted a flipgrid in google classroom – head on over and check it out!!
Don’t have a public library card? You can now register for one from home if you are a Dearborn or Dearborn Heights resident. This will give you access to all of the library’s digital materials – not just stuff for kids – they have TONS of resources including ebooks, emagazines, access to major newspapers, Hoopla (streaming books/videos), legal forms, foreign language resources, college test prep…seriously, the list goes on and on… Just click on the link below:
Go on a safari!! The Cincinnati Zoo is posting a new animal video and activity everyday. Check it out 🙂
I miss reading to you SO MUCH, so today I thought I would read a story – If you are a 1st or 2nd grader, check your google classroom for the video 🙂
Check out these live cameras! They are pretty fun to watch, but be patient – it took a whole minute of waiting before one of the whales finally swam by 😉
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo has webcams on their pandas, lions, and elephants.
And the Georgia Aquarium lets you watch their beluga whales, penguins, and piranhas.
Mo Willems is the author of your favorite Pigeon (and Piggy and Gerald) books! He is doing a daily doodle! Sounds super fun…check it out 🙂 https://www.kennedy-center.org/mowillems