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Lincoln Meadows

Ms. Anderson

YOU DID IT!!! I am so proud of each and every one of you for all of your hard work this year! I can't wait until I can see you again. Have a fabulous summer! I love you!
Love, Mrs. Anderson
Also, you each have a certificate and a special gift for summer in your bags!
 
Please email me if you want a link to the video from our EOY Graduation Celebration!

Mrs. Anderson’s Math Class

  • Practice Math Facts: Doubles +1; Doubles -1
    • Doubles +1 Facts: 1 +2, 2+3, 3+4, 4+5, 5+6, 6+7, 7+8, 8+9, 9+10
    • Doubles -1 Facts: 1+0, 2+1, 3+2, 4+3, 5+4, 6+5, 7+6, 8+7, 9+8, 10+9
    • Mrs. Anderson also has a video on Doubles +1 & Doubles -1 Facts!
      • How to:
        • Use doubles facts we’ve been practicing
        • Circle the number that you want to use for the doubles fact
        • Is the other number 1 bigger or 1 smaller?
        • If bigger, add 1 to the doubles answer
        • If smaller, subtract 1 from the doubles answer
  • There are several FREE flash card resources on the internet. I am happy to email you files as well, just reach out and let me know what you would like!
  • GoMath Think Central Website - https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
  • You can also download the HMH player if that is easier!

OPTIONAL MATH CLASS MEETING: Mondays from 9:55-10:15. Log into Microsoft Teams to see a summary of what we will learn this week with Mrs. Anderson!

 

Monday, 5/11:

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 11.3: Direct Comparison (make sure to "turn-in")
  • ISE Student View: Lesson 11.4: Compare Weights (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:

 

 

Tuesday, 5/12:

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 11.5: Compare Lengths (make sure to "turn-in")
  • OPTIONAL - Chapter 11 Test
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:

 

 

Wednesday, 5/13: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 12.1: Classify and Count by Color (make sure to "turn-in")
  • ISE Student View: Lesson 12.2: Classify and Count by Shape (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:

 

 

Thursday, 5/14: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 12.3: Classify and Count by Size (make sure to "turn-in")
  • ISE Student View: Lesson 12.4: Make a Concrete Graph (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:

 

 

Friday, 5/15: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 12.5: Read a Graph (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Doubles Facts Quiz
  • OPTIONAL - Chapter 12 Test
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    •  

 

 

At Minimum, Please Submit the Following by Monday, 5/18:

  • At least ONE GoMath Lesson (either through the “Turn It In” button or take a picture and email it to me). You can choose 11.3, 11.4, 11.5, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.4, or 12.5
  • Facts Quiz
  • A picture of at least one additional activity you have done throughout the week

 

Mrs. Anderson’s Literacy Class

  • OPTIONAL LITERACY CLASS MEETING: Wednesdays from 9:55-10:15. Log into Microsoft Teams to hear a Live Read Aloud from Mrs. Anderson!
  • We now have Raz Kids access for the students to read even more books at their level! The students have not been onto this before, so they may need more guidance the first few times.
    • Go to https://www.raz-kids.com/ and click "Kids Login"
    • Teacher's Username: kanderson348
    • Student's Username and Password: first initial, last name (ex: kanderson)
  • GetEpic - https://www.getepic.com/sign-in
    • GetEpic Class Code: bls3913
  • iReady - https://login.i-ready.com/
    • K-1 Card Login: email me if you need this still!
  • I have great uppercase and lowercase letter tracing worksheets. Please email me if you would like these and I will send them to you!
  • There are several Phonogram or Sight Word flash cards on the internet for FREE. I am also happy to email you any if you would like, just let me know what would be helpful for your family!
    • Phonogram Review - a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou (see Mrs. Anderson's video)
    • New Phonograms – oo, ch, ar (see Mrs. Anderson's video)
  • CLICK HERE to sign up for a spot to work one on one with Mrs. Anderson! We can work on reading, writing, or anything else you’d like!

 

Sight Words of the Week

Past Sight Words

us

me

do

tan

up

am

and

go

tin

last

good

at

on

top

not

time

a

it

bed

 

 

is

she

he

 

have

can

see

you

 

blue

run

the

will

 

chance

in

so

we

 

charge

no

now

an

 

 

man

ten

my 

 

 

Monday, 5/11:

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Do a retell of what happened in the book they read.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence start: This summer I will…
    • Watch Mrs. Anderson’s video on sentence writing if you haven’t already!
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
    • Watch Jack Hartmann’s Video on Blends
    • Find books that have blends in them, sound out the different blends you find
    • Focus on blends at the end of words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Tuesday, 5/12: 

  • Practice writing sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Read a book to your child – let them hear your fluency
    • Use books you have around the house, or find a book on GetEpic or RazKids.
    • Ask comprehension questions from what you read.
  • Log into iReady Reading.
    • The blue boxes are activities that have been assigned to them by Mrs. Anderson.
    • The green boxes are activities that iReady has assigned to them, that are specific to them.
    • Choose 1-2 activities to complete, they can do more if they want.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
    • Write a variety of blends down, have your child go find objects around the house that start with those blends (clock, stove, fridge, etc.)
    • Focus on blends at the end of words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Wednesday, 5/13: 

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Draw a picture of what the book was about.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence starter “If I was a superhero I…”
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
  • Blends hopscotch (write bl, tr, sp, ect. in the hopscotch squares, have them say the blend sounds)
  • Focus on blends at the end of words
  • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Thursday, 5/14: 

  • Practice writing sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Read a book to your child – let them hear your fluency
    • Use books you have around the house, or find a book on GetEpic or RazKids.
    • Ask comprehension questions from what you read.
  • Log into iReady Reading.
    • The blue boxes are activities that have been assigned to them by Mrs. Anderson.
    • The green boxes are activities that iReady has assigned to them, that are specific to them.
    • Choose 1-2 activities to complete, they can do more if they want.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
    • Blends Bingo
    • Focus on blends at the beginning of words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Friday, 5/15: 

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Write a sentence about what it was about.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence starter “I am excited for 1st grade for…”
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
  • Blends hopscotch (write bl, tr, sp, ect. in the hopscotch squares, have them say the blend sounds)
  • Focus on blends at the end of words
  • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

 At Minimum, Please Submit the Following by Monday, 5/18:

  • At least ONE iReady assignment completed, GetEpic book read, RazKids activity or book, or Journal Writing emailed to Mrs. Anderson
  • A picture of at least one additional activity you have done throughout the week
  • Sight word writing of the week, or video of reading the words

 

 

Mrs. Anderson’s Math Class

  • Practice Math Facts: Doubles +1; Doubles -1
    • Doubles +1 Facts: 1 +2, 2+3, 3+4, 4+5, 5+6, 6+7, 7+8, 8+9, 9+10
    • Doubles -1 Facts: 1+0, 2+1, 3+2, 4+3, 5+4, 6+5, 7+6, 8+7, 9+8, 10+9
    • Mrs. Anderson also has a video on Doubles +1 & Doubles -1 Facts!
      • How to:
        • Use doubles facts we’ve been practicing
        • Circle the number that you want to use for the doubles fact
        • Is the other number 1 bigger or 1 smaller?
        • If bigger, add 1 to the doubles answer
        • If smaller, subtract 1 from the doubles answer
  • There are several FREE flash card resources on the internet. I am happy to email you files as well, just reach out and let me know what you would like!
  • GoMath Think Central Website - https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
    • You can also download the HMH player if that is easier!
  • OPTIONAL MATH CLASS MEETING: Mondays from 9:55-10:15. Log into Microsoft Teams to see a summary of what we will learn this week with Mrs. Anderson!

 

Monday, 5/4:

  • Chapter 10 Review Pre-Test (make sure to "turn-in")
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Play “I Spy” with 3d shapes
    • Play “Simon Says” with positional words
    • Create or draw 3d shapes

 

Tuesday, 5/5:

  • Watch Mrs. Anderson’s Chapter 10 Review Video
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Play any of the games you from this week or last week that you haven’t had a chance to do yet. Review those shapes and positional words!

 

Wednesday, 5/6: 

  • Chapter 10 Test (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Watch Mrs. Anderson’s Chapter 11 Vocab Video
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Create a “How Tall Am I?” book
    • Find something shorter than you, draw that and you. Write a sentence.
    • Find something taller than you, draw that and you. Write a sentence.
    • Draw a picture of you looking in a mirror. Write a sentence about how tall you are.

 

Thursday, 5/7: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 11.1: Compare Lengths (make sure to "turn-in")
  • ISE Student View: Lesson 11.2: Compare Heights (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Find an object that is smaller than a piece of paper. Find another object the same length. Draw both of the objects.
    • Draw a picture comparing two objects. Write a sentence to compare using words such as short/shorter, tall/taller, long/longer.

 

Friday, 5/8: 

No lessons for today. Go outside and enjoy our Remote AA Field Day! Don’t forget to send in your pictures!

 

 

At Minimum, Please Submit the Following by Monday, 5/11:

  • At least ONE GoMath Lesson (either through the “Turn It In” button or take a picture and email it to me). You can choose 11.1 or 11.2
  • Chapter 10 Test (turn in through ThinkCentral)
  • A picture of at least one additional activity you have done throughout the week

 

Mrs. Anderson’s Literacy Class

  • OPTIONAL LITERACY CLASS MEETING: Wednesdays from 9:55-10:15. Log into Microsoft Teams to hear a Live Read Aloud from Mrs. Anderson!
  • We now have Raz Kids access for the students to read even more books at their level! The students have not been onto this before, so they may need more guidance the first few times.
    • Go to https://www.raz-kids.com/ and click "Kids Login"
    • Teacher's Username: kanderson348
    • Student's Username and Password: first initial, last name (ex: kanderson)
  • GetEpic - https://www.getepic.com/sign-in
    • GetEpic Class Code: bls3913
  • iReady - https://login.i-ready.com/
    • K-1 Card Login: email me if you need this still!
  • I have great uppercase and lowercase letter tracing worksheets. Please email me if you would like these and I will send them to you!
  • There are several Phonogram or Sight Word flash cards on the internet for FREE. I am also happy to email you any if you would like, just let me know what would be helpful for your family!
    • Phonogram Review - a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou (see Mrs. Anderson's video)
    • New Phonograms – oo, ch, ar (see Mrs. Anderson's video)
  • CLICK HERE to sign up for a spot to work one on one with Mrs. Anderson! We can work on reading, writing, or anything else you’d like!

 

Sight Words of the Week

Past Sight Words

us

me

do

tan

up

am

and

go

tin

last

good

at

on

top

not

time

a

it

bed

 

 

is

she

he

 

have

can

see

you

 

blue

run

the

will

 

chance

in

so

we

 

charge

no

now

an

 

 

man

ten

my 

 

 

Monday, 5/4:

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Do a retell of what happened in the book they read.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence start: If I had wings…
    • Watch Mrs. Anderson’s video on sentence writing if you haven’t already!
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • A kindergarten example would be: If I had wingz I cud fli. (If I had wings, I could fly.)
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
    • Watch Jack Hartmann’s Video on Blends
    • Find books that have blends in them, sound out the different blends you find
    • Focus on blends at the beginning of words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Tuesday, 5/5: 

  • Practice writing sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Read a book to your child – let them hear your fluency
    • Use books you have around the house, or find a book on GetEpic or RazKids.
    • Ask comprehension questions from what you read.
  • Log into iReady Reading.
    • The blue boxes are activities that have been assigned to them by Mrs. Anderson.
    • The green boxes are activities that iReady has assigned to them, that are specific to them.
    • Choose 1-2 activities to complete, they can do more if they want.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
    • Write a variety of blends down, have your child go find objects around the house that start with those blends (clock, stove, fridge, etc.)
    • Focus on blends at the beginning of words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Wednesday, 5/6: 

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Draw a picture of what the book was about.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence starter “I love my mom because…”
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • A kindergarten example would be: I luv my mom bekuz she hugs me. (I love my mom because she hugs me.)
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
  • Blends hopscotch (write bl, tr, sp, ect. in the hopscotch squares, have them say the blend sounds)
  • Focus on blends at the beginning of words
  • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Thursday, 5/7: 

  • Practice writing sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Read a book to your child – let them hear your fluency
    • Use books you have around the house, or find a book on GetEpic or RazKids.
    • Ask comprehension questions from what you read.
  • Log into iReady Reading.
    • The blue boxes are activities that have been assigned to them by Mrs. Anderson.
    • The green boxes are activities that iReady has assigned to them, that are specific to them.
    • Choose 1-2 activities to complete, they can do more if they want.
  • Word work practice: words with blends
    • Blends Bingo
    • Focus on blends at the beginning of words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Friday, 5/8: 

No lessons for today. Go outside and enjoy our Remote AA Field Day! Don’t forget to send in your pictures!

 

 At Minimum, Please Submit the Following by Monday, 5/11:

  • At least ONE iReady assignment completed, GetEpic book read, RazKids activity or book, or Journal Writing emailed to Mrs. Anderson
  • A picture of at least one additional activity you have done throughout the week
  • Sight word writing of the week, or video of reading the words

 

 

Mrs. Anderson’s Math Class

  • Practice Math Facts: Doubles +1; Doubles -1
    • Doubles +1 Facts: 1 +2, 2+3, 3+4, 4+5, 5+6, 6+7, 7+8, 8+9, 9+10
    • Doubles -1 Facts: 1+0, 2+1, 3+2, 4+3, 5+4, 6+5, 7+6, 8+7, 9+8, 10+9
    • How to:
      • Use doubles facts we’ve been practicing
      • Circle the number that you want to use for the doubles fact
      • Is the other number 1 bigger or 1 smaller?
      • If bigger, add 1 to the doubles answer
      • If smaller, subtract 1 from the doubles answer
  • There are several FREE flash card resources on the internet. I am happy to email you files as well, just reach out and let me know what you would like!
  • GoMath Think Central Website - https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
    • You can also download the HMH player if that is easier!
  • OPTIONAL MATH CLASS MEETING: Mondays from 9:55-10:15. Log into Microsoft Teams to see a summary of what we will learn this week with Mrs. Anderson!

 

Monday, 4/27:

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 10.6: Two- and Three-Dimensional Shapes (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Look at a cube and a square
      • How are they the same?
      • How are they different?
    • Look at a cylinder
      • What two-dimensional shapes are on this three-dimensional shape?
    • Make a chart of 2d shapes found on each 3d shape
      • Label the columns 3d shapes and 2d shapes

 

Tuesday, 4/28:

  • Watch Mrs. Anderson’s video on how to draw 3d shapes
  • ISE Student View: Lesson 10.7: Model Shapes (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Set out a variety of 3d shapes. Describe a 3d shape and see if someone can guess the shape you’re talking about. (Example: for a cube: it has 6 faces, no curves, only made of squares)
    • Using straws, toothpicks, or popsicle sticks and playdoh, create 2 different 2d shapes.
      • Using those 2 shapes, see if you can create a 3d shape without changing the 2d shapes.

 

Wednesday, 4/29: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 10.8: Above and Below (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Place a bunch of 2d and 3d shapes inside a box (no peeking)
      • Reach in and just off of feeling, guess which shape you have before you pull it out
      • Were you correct?
    • Play “Simon Says” using directional words
      • Use multi-step directions (above your waist and below your head)
      • Use objects to move following directions

 

Thursday, 4/30: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 10.9: Beside and Next To (make sure to "turn-in")
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Line up a variety of 2d and 3d shapes
      • Ask positional questions on where shapes are (what is next to the circle, what is in front of the triangle)
    • Play “I Spy” using positional clues to help

 

Friday, 5/1: 

  • ISE Student View: Lesson 10.10: In Front Of and Behind (make sure to "turn-in")
    Watch Mrs. Anderson’s Chapter 10 Review Video
  • Additional Practice on GoMath Think Central:
    • Math on the Spot Video (optional)
    • Student Edition (optional)
    • Reteach and Enrich (optional)
  • OFFLINE Activities you can do:
    • Practice drawing/creating 3d shapes
    • Play more games from earlier in the week

 

 

At Minimum, Please Submit the Following by Monday, 5/4:

  • At least ONE GoMath Lesson (either through the “Turn It In” button or take a picture and email it to me). You can choose 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, or 10.10
  • A picture of at least one additional activity you have done throughout the week

 

Mrs. Anderson’s Literacy Class

  • OPTIONAL LITERACY CLASS MEETING: Wednesdays from 9:55-10:15. Log into Microsoft Teams to hear a Live Read Aloud from Mrs. Anderson!
  • We now have Raz Kids access for the students to read even more books at their level! The students have not been onto this before, so they may need more guidance the first few times.
    • Go to https://www.raz-kids.com/ and click "Kids Login"
    • Teacher's Username: kanderson348
    • Student's Username and Password: first initial, last name (ex: kanderson)
  • GetEpic - https://www.getepic.com/sign-in
    • GetEpic Class Code: bls3913
  • iReady - https://login.i-ready.com/
    • K-1 Card Login: email me if you need this still!
  • I have great uppercase and lowercase letter tracing worksheets. Please email me if you would like these and I will send them to you!
  • There are several Phonogram or Sight Word flash cards on the internet for FREE. I am also happy to email you any if you would like, just let me know what would be helpful for your family!
    • Phonogram Review - a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou (see Mrs. Anderson's video)
    • New Phonograms – oo, ch, ar (see Mrs. Anderson's video)
  • CLICK HERE to sign up for a spot to work one on one with Mrs. Anderson! We can work on reading, writing, or anything else you’d like!

 

Sight Words of the Week

Past Sight Words

us

me

do

tan

up

am

and

go

tin

last

good

at

on

top

not

time

a

it

bed

 

 

is

she

he

 

have

can

see

you

 

blue

run

the

will

 

chance

in

so

we

 

charge

no

now

an

 

 

man

ten

my 

 

 

Monday, 4/27:

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Do a retell of what happened in the book they read.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence start: In the spring I hear…
    • Watch Mrs. Anderson’s video on sentence writing if you haven’t already!
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • A kindergarten example would be: In the spring I hear birds singing. (In the sprng I her brds sngen.)
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: rhyming words
    • Watch BrainPopJr. Video on Rhyming Words
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    • Find books that have rhyming words in them, read and point out the rhymes
    • Rhyming Word Wheels the kids love are located in Microsoft Teams for you to download
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Tuesday, 4/28: 

  • Practice writing sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Read a book to your child – let them hear your fluency
    • Use books you have around the house, or find a book on GetEpic or RazKids.
    • Ask comprehension questions from what you read.
  • Log into iReady Reading.
    • The blue boxes are activities that have been assigned to them by Mrs. Anderson.
    • The green boxes are activities that iReady has assigned to them, that are specific to them.
    • Choose 1-2 activities to complete, they can do more if they want.
  • Word work practice: rhyming words
    • Write the last 2 letters of a CVC word
    • Have your child make a list of all the words that you can make with it (rhyming words)
    • Draw pictures of rhyming words
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Wednesday, 4/29: 

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Draw a picture of what the book was about.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence starter “On a rainy day…”
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • A kindergarten example would be: On a rane da I splash in pudls. (On a rainy day, I splash in puddles.)
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: rhyming words
    • Rhyming word bingo
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Thursday, 4/30: 

  • Practice writing sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • What is nonfiction? Watch the BrainPopJr. Video on Nonfiction
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    • Read a book to your child – let them hear your fluency (nonfiction book)
    • Discuss difference between stories (fiction) and nonfiction
    • Use books you have around the house, or find a book on GetEpic or RazKids.
    • Ask comprehension questions from what you read.
  • Log into iReady Reading.
    • The blue boxes are activities that have been assigned to them by Mrs. Anderson.
    • The green boxes are activities that iReady has assigned to them, that are specific to them.
    • Choose 1-2 activities to complete, they can do more if they want.
  • Word work practice: rhyming words
    • Rhyming word Memory Game (write a bunch of 3 letter words and then a rhyming word for each, match the rhyming words)
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

Friday, 5/1: 

  • Practice reading sight words (from list above)
  • Practice Phonograms (with Mrs. Anderson’s videos, through an app, or with homemade flashcards)
    • Review: a-z, er, sh, ee, th, ow, ou
    • New: ow, ou
  • Have your child read a book at their level to you.
    • Use books you have around the house, or I have also assigned books at their level on RazKids or GetEpic.
    • Write a sentence on what the book was about.
  • Write a sentence using the sentence starter “A talent I have is…”
    • Have them sound out the words, you can help break up the words.
    • Make sure they are using:
      • capital letter at the start, lower case letters the rest
      • spacing between words
      • period at the end of the sentence
    • A kindergarten example would be: A talnt I hav iz dansen. (A talent I have is dancing.)
    • See Writing Checklist Document for more ideas on what to include.
  • Word work practice: rhyming words
    • Rhyming word Hopscotch
    • Worksheets can be found on Microsoft Teams if you would like

 

 At Minimum, Please Submit the Following by Monday, 5/4:

  • At least ONE iReady assignment completed, GetEpic book read, RazKids activity or book, or Journal Writing emailed to Mrs. Anderson
  • A picture of at least one additional activity you have done throughout the week
  • Sight word writing of the week, or video of reading the words

 

Literacy Videos by Mrs. Anderson
Open the drop down menus below for a variety of Literacy videos with Mrs. Anderson. If there is anything specific you would like to see more of, please email me and I will get those videos as soon as time allows!
Math Videos by Mrs. Anderson
Below are a variety of Math Videos with Mrs. Anderson. If there is anything specific you would like to see more of, please email me and I will get those videos as soon as time allows!