Snow students: Please go to Google Classroom for your assignment in the class: Snow Media & Technology
If you’re not in the class already, here are the join codes:
Snow 1st grade: vdlhhs7
Snow 2nd grade: vjouc3z
Snow 3rd grade: 6nmtdcd
Howe students: Please go to Google Classroom for your assignment in the class: Howe Media & Technology. You will need to join these new classes. The join codes are below:
Howe 1st grade: 2efhgrl
Howe 2nd grade: jnfgego
Howe 3rd grade: 6qvdwkw
April is Poetry Month!
Do you like poetry?
Read and listen to some of the poems below, then try to make your own poem in SeeSaw, along with a picture. If you really can’t make your own poem, you can copy the one below called “Spring Song” into SeeSaw, and draw a picture to go with it. Remember, once you click on SeeSaw, to click on “Log In” button on top right corner, then on “I am a Student”, then on “Google Log In” (top rainbow Google choice)
***Students who can’t get logged onto SeeSaw could write a poem and draw a picture by hand, then email it to email@example.com
~ Author Unknown ~
Visit poet Shel Silverstein’s website – Games & Activities (or just explore)
- Click on the link above to hear the story Ada Lace, Take Me to Your Leader (parts 1,2,3).
2. Next, draw your own space picture with a sentence
SeeSaw Click “Login” (top corner),
then “I am a Student”,
then “Sign In with Google” (will have to enter your student number @dearbornschools.org (easiest if you were already in for ilearn, iready, or typing.com
or (if you can’t get logged into SeeSaw, then use:) ABCYA StoryMaker (link below) to draw a space picture and write a sentence about your story.
**If you want to get fancy, and can’t use SeeSaw, have your mom or dad take a picture of your story with their phone, then email it to me at:
Have fun reading and drawing and writing this week and stay safe! 🙂
**Extra Fun if you love DogMan or Captain Underpants books:
Click here to read part of a new DogMan book every week, and learn how to draw the characters with the author, Dav Pilkey! He also provides some activities if you have a printer and can print out his worksheets, then draw or write on them. Check it out! 🙂
The Dav Pilkey at Home website is: https://kids.scholastic.com/kids/books/dav-pilkey-at-home/
Do you know the home row keys by heart? Play the song/video above a few times to help you memorize which keys are in the home row. (That is where your fingers sit when they are not typing) Keeping your fingers on the home row makes it easier to learn to type.
Coding : Go to Hour of Code to practice computer programming (also known as coding). Make sure to choose a program that is in your grade level. If the program you choose is too hard, pick an easier one to start out.
If you end up loving to code, you may want to consider doing that for a living someday. There are many jobs available worldwide for computer programmers (also known as coders).
Here are some coding websites to try:
Hello! I hope you are all doing well and staying safe. I hope to see all of you soon. Here are some activities to enrich your learning this week:
Grade 1: Typing practice (click the tab at the top of the screen) and practice your typing skills for at least 20 minutes.
Grade 1-3: Go to Clever
then choose the blue Typing.com button.
Practice your typing lessons and/or typing games for at least 20 minutes. Try to earn a badge! Practice keeping your fingers on the home row keys:
Home Row Keys: asdf jkl;
Welcome to March is Reading Month!
Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2.
Choose 1 of the following 4 links to a Dr. Seuss book to read:
3. Let’s See Who This Is! -Did you know famous people like to read to kids
for March is Reading Month too?
4. Green Eggs and Ham (with a hip-hop twist)
Let’s Visit Seussville – the Dr. Seuss website and click on “Books” to see a list of his books.
You can also click on “Games” to play a Dr. Seuss game.
Happy New Year!
Content Objective: I can search the library catalog for books by keyword.
Language Objective: I can tell my elbow partner how I searched the library catalog for books by keyword.Search our Library Catalog to see what books we have (called Destiny)
Choose your school name from the list of Elementaries (Snow or Howe)
Search by typing in the box at the top of the page.