At Home Learning Documents can be found in the Files and Documents container.


 Offline activities are below to help your student review.  Choose 2-3 activities a day.  You can send pictures if you would like to show me what you’re doing.

1. Read for 20 minutes and write

about what is happening in the book

about a character in the book

about the problem and or/solution in the book

create a quiz by writing questions that can be answered from the book

list 3 things you learned from the book

about your favorite part of the book

2. Write

                A story about going back in time.  What would you do?  Where would you go?

                A Top Ten list of things you would do with one million dollars

Would you rather be able to walk on all fours (like a dog or a cat) or walk on two legs like humans?  Why?

Create as many different words as you can from the words- Thurgood Marshall Elementary.

Examples: money, doll

Opinion- What do you think is the most important subject in school?  Use good reasons to support your opinion.

3. Math

                Create flashcards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.  Practice them!

                Use coins to practice counting amounts of money.

Create word problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.  See if your family members can answer them.

Write 3 and 4-digit addition and subtraction problems.  Solve them!

Write 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems.  Solve them.

Teach a family member how to round numbers to the tens, hundreds, and thousands place.

4. Printable worksheets and workbooks

                Ed Helper



Many of the instructional tools your child can access are located in Office 365.  This is located under the Resources tab in Student Resources.  Students will use their computer login plus @pwcs-edu.org.  They know their password and the first letter should be capitalized.  
Once in Office 365, the Clever app (a blue square with a C in the middle) will give them access to all of the computer programs we use.  Anytime it asks for them to login, click the "Login with Clever" option.  

There is a folder with the instructional calendars (expectations) for each subject in the "Files and Documents" tab.  
Reading and Math- Before we left we had covered all expected standards.  We were beginning our review units of these subjects.
Science- We covered all standards except Earth's Water.
Social Studies- We covered all standards except Ancient Egypt and Ancient China.
I will also place documents and activities in this tab that are not websites.

I am placing websites for more practice in the "Useful Links" tab.

Please refer to the county's Home Learning Resource page.  There you can access a suggested daily schedule and several websites available to you to help your student.
 

Miss you!


Class Schedule
 9:00-9:30 Morning Work
 9:30-10:05 CORE Extension and Writing
 10:05-10:50 Encore: 1.Library/Guidance  2.PE  3.Art  4.PE  5.Music
 10:50-12:00 Language Arts
 12:00-12:30 Lunch
 12:40-1:55  Math
 2:00-2:30 Recess
 2:30-3:30  Science and Social Studies