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Past Week's Education Opportunities TK, K, & 1st Grade

Last Updated: 5/26/2020 3:44 PM

AESD Independent Study Week 9 (5/18-5/22)

Grade Span TK-1

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AESD Independent Study Week 8 (5/11-5/15)

Grade Span TK-1

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AESD Independent Study Week 7 (5/4-5/8)

Grade Span TK-1

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AESD Independent Study Week 6 (4/27-5/1)


Grade Span TK-1

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ELA Resources:

SEL Resources:

Science Resources:

Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

 

Spelling List:

  • all
  • am
  • area
  • at
  • ate
  • be
  • black
  • brown
  • but
  • came

Extra/Daily Activities:

  • Read for at least 20 minutes. Choose an A.R. book or log in to myOn to access a digital library and news articles. Use this district link: https://www.myon.com/school/adelantoreads, Student Username for Grade K: myonk; for Grade 1: myon1 and Student Password for All Grades: 123
  • Take an A.R. quiz through you Renaissance Clever Log in on the AESD website HERE!
  • Do Lexia lessons/units through you Clever Log in on the AESD website HERE!
  • Rhyme Time. How many words can you find that rhyme with _____? Play a rhyming game with your family member. One person chooses a word, and the other person has to think of as many as possible. Write them down. Then switch.
  • Spelling. See your copy of the Spelling Choice Board and pick your choice of activity.
  • Week in Review. Write/draw about what you learned this week.
    • You may start with: This week I...
    • Add pictures to illustrate what you learned.
    • Present your work to a member of your family.

Grade K:
Read and learn with a family member about Identifying Characters (Grade K Packet p.7).

Grade 1:
Read and learn with a family member about Asking Questions (Grade 1 Packet p.7). Look at the picture on p.8. What questions would you like to ask about the picture?

Grade K:
Look at the picture on p.8 of Grade K Packet. Talk about what you see. Read with a family member How the Camel Got His Hump (Grade K Packet p.8-9). Circle the words unfamiliar to you. Talk about what you have read so far.

Grade 1:
Read with a family member The Secret Life of Elvis (Grade 1 Packet p.8-10). Circle the words unfamiliar to you. Ask and answer questions about what you have read so far.

Grade K:
Reread with a family member the first part of How the Camel Got His Hump (Grade K Packet p.8-9). Read on till p.11. Circle the words unfamiliar to you. Identify and describe the characters you have read about so far.

Grade 1:
Reread with a family member the first part of The Secret Life of Elvis (Grade 1 Packet p.8-10). Read on till p.12. Circle the words unfamiliar to you. ask and answer questions about what you have read so far.

Grade K:
Reread with a family member the first few pages of How the Camel Got His Hump (Grade K Packet p.8-11). Read on till p.14. Circle other unfamiliar words. talk about your favorite chacter.

Grade 1:
Reread with a family member the first parts of The Secret Life of Elvis (Grade 1 Packet p.8-12). Read on till p.14. circle other words that are unfamiliar to you. ask and answer questions about what you have read so far.

Grade K:
Review tih a family member How the Camel Got His Hump. Then answer questions 1-6. (Grade K Packet p.15-17).

Grade 1:
Review with a family member The Secret Life of Elvis. Then answer questions 1-6. (Grade 1 packet p.15-17).

Break

9:00am-9:45am

Math

This i-Ready "At-Home-Activity" includes sets of practice problems that align to important math concepts your student has worked with so far this year. we recommend that your student completes one page of practice problems each day. Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content -- the most important thing is that they continue developing their mathematical fluency and skills!

TK-Kinder: Math Packet Page 3

Grade 1: Math Packet Page 3

TK-Kinder: Math Packet Page 4

Grade 1: Math Packet Page 4

TK-Kinder: Math Packet Page 5

Grade 1: Math Packet Page 5

TK-Kinder: Math Packet Page 6

Grade 1: Math Packet Page 6

TK-Kinder: Math Packet Page 7

Grade 1: Math Packet Page 7

Break

10:00am-10:45am

History

Complete the "Community Helper: Bus Driver" Worksheet

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Write two additional sentences on "Community Helper: Bus Driver" Worksheet to explain why bus drivers are important.

Complete the "Community Helper: Librarian" Worksheet

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Write two additional sentences on the "Community Helper: Librarian" Worksheet to explain why librarians are important.

Complete the "Community Helper: Teacher" Worksheet

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Write two additional sentences on the "Community Helper: teacher" Worksheet to explain why teachers are important.

Draw a picture of the following people:

  • A bus driver
  • Your school librarian
  • Your teacher

Pick one of these people and write two sentences describing what that person does to help YOU.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Which one of the above people do you enjoy the most? Choose one of the above people and write three sentences explaining why you enjoy being around them.

Write two sentences describing how bus drivers, librarians, and teachers are similar to each other.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Write three sentences describing how bus drivers, librarians, and teachers are different from each other.

Lunch

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

Adult help is recommended:

  • You are living through history right now and you can capture your memories to look back on in the future! Create you 2020 COVID 19 Time Capsule. Fill in one page a day for two weeks. Work on pp. 1-6 this week.

12:45PM-1:30pm

Science

TK & K - Read "A River in the Desert." Underline words that you don't know how to read. Practice sounding them out. Read "A River in the Desert" again. Focus on correctly saying the words that are unfamiliar to you. Get help learning the meaning of those words. answer Comprehension questions 1 and 2.

1st Grade - Read "A Dog is a Mammal." Underline words that you don't know how to read. Practice sounding them out. Read "A Dog is a Mammal" again. Focus on correctly saying the words that are unfamiliar to you. get help learning the meaning of those words. Answer questions 1, 2 and 3.

TK & K - Read "A River in the Desert." Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. do you know how to say all of the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer Comprehension questions 3, 4 and 5. Read about the vocabulary word "dry" Write your own sentence using the words "dry" as it applies to the desert.

1st Grade - Read "A Dog is a Mammal." Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Do you know how to say all of the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer questions 4 and 5. Read about the vocanulary word "mammal" Write your own sentence using the words "mammal."

TK & K - Read "A River in the Desert." Try beating your reading time. Read about the vocabulary word "river." Answer Vocabulary Questions #1, 2 and 3.

1st Grade - Read "A Dog is a Mammal." Try beating your reading time. Write 3 sentences in your own words about what you learned in this story about mammals. Read about the vocabulary word "protect." Write your own sentence using the word "protect."

TK & K - Read "A River in the Desert." Try to read it faster than you have been doing. answer Comprehension question #6. Write 3 or more sentences to answer questions #6.

1st Grade - Read "A Dog is a Mammal" Try to read it faster than you have been doing. Read about the vocabulary word "temperature." Write a sentence using the vocabulary word "temperature." Answer Question 7.

TK & K Read "A River in the Desert." Make this your fastest reading time of the week. Answer Comprehension question #7. Great work for this week! Enjoy your weekend.

1st Grade - Read "A Dog is a Mammal." Try to make this your fastest reading time. Answer question #8, by choosing your favorite mammal to draw. If you have a pet do this activity using your pet. Label the parts of the animal that you drew that makes it a mammal. Write a story about your mammal. Think and write - what is special about your mammal. What foods are in its diet? Where does it live? How does it protect itself? You have done a great job this week!

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read and Respond: Who are the characters in the story? Write about them.

Read "A Job for Bob"

Read and Respond: Answer the questions in complete sentences.

Spelling: Circle the qords that belong to the -ob family. Write each word 3x.

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: Draw a picture that summarizes the story you read or write three sentences summarize.

Reread "A Job for Bob"

Read & Respond Where does the story take place (the setting)? Draw the setting.

Spelling: Silly Sentences. Create silly and funny sentences using the -ob family words that you previously circled.

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: What is your favorite part of the story?

Week in Review: Write about what you learned this week. You may start with: This week I...

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

Do the following on a piece of paper:

Write your numbers from 1-50.

Circle all the numbers that have a 2 in them. Place a triangle around all the numbers that have a 5 in it. Place a box around all the numbers that have a 0 in it.

Create the following mathematical problems:

A word problem that uses the numbers 5, 2, and 3.

A word problem that uses the numers 2, 2, 2, 2, 8.

A subtraction word problem that uses the numbers 10, 2, 8, 2, 6.

Draw a picture for each problem that matches your word problem.

Explain how you know your problem is correct.

Write as many equations for the number 10. (ie 1+9=10). Make sure to include the operations addition, subtraction and then combine addition and subtraction. (10+3-2-1=10)

Explain how you know you are correct on 3 of the pictures.

Count to one hundred. Count by 2's to 50. Count by 5's to 100. Count by 10's to 100.

Draw a picture using squars, circles, rectangles, and triangles. count how many of each shape you used.

Create a number line that goes to 20. How would you use your number line to count by 5's? 3's? Point to the numbers as you skip count.

Roll two dice and use the numbers rolled to write an additional equation. (ie: 5+4=9) Keep rolling the dice. How many different equations can you make? What's the highest sum you can make?

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Draw a picture of your city. Be sure to label the following:
  • Your house
  • The grocery store
  • The police station
  • The bank
  • Your school
  • Draw a map of your school. Be sure to label the following:
  • The cafeteria
  • Your classroom
  • The main office
  • The bathrooms
  • The playground
  • The quad
  • The library
  • Complete the two "Compass Rose" Worksheets
  • Trace the letters then write the words on the lines provided
  • Label the arrows (north, south, east, west)
  • Complete the "Directions and Map 1" Worksheet.
  • Complete the "Directions and Map 2" Worksheet.

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

 

Look in the mirror and make the expression with your face for different feelings: happy, sad, angry, scared, worried, hopeful, wondering, tired. What other feelings and faces do you have? Do this with a family member together. How are your faces the same or different?

 

Draw/write a letter to a friend. Tell them why you appreciate their friendship and work with an adult to address the letter and put it in the mail.

 

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Sink or Float?
  • Gather 5-10 items from your house.
  • Put them into categories by their shape, size or material type.
  • Draw and label pictures of the items you have collected.
  • Write your prediction of whether the item will float or sink when placed in water. Write your prediction on the same page that you made the drawing.

Place each item into the water. Write if your prediction was correct.

  • Make a 3-column Chart. Label the columns: Object, Prediction (Sink or Float) and Actual (Sink or Float)
  • Notice where your prediction was correct or not the same as what happened.
  • Why did the objects sink or float?
  • Write a summary on what you learned about making objects sink or float.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board.
  • Read and complete The Rock in My Sock worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete The Pet Gets Wet worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete The Thin Pin Can Spin worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete The Go for a Nice Drive worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Boar d (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Who Fell into the Well worksheet.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Number Bracelets
  • Use crayons to create different combinations of the number 6.
    Example: Color 2 red and 4 blue beads to make the number 6.
  • Buying Berries
  • How many Ducks

Create a mathematical problem that you can use the number line to help you solve. Write the problem above and number line and show your work.

Measuring Objects:

Find items around your house to measur. Use any unit of measurement, beas, crackers, Post-It's.

Blank Clock

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Complete Statue of Liberty activity
  • Doctor: doctor's are very important right now. They are responsible for helping people stay healthy and get better when they are sick. What are 6 adjectives that describe doctors?
  • What Tools do doctors Need? With the help of an adult, cut the pictures of tools from the bottom and if a doctor needs the tool glue, tape or staple it onto the "yes" column. If a doctor does not need it; glue, tape or staple it to the "no" column.
  • Draw a picture of a doctor helping you or someone you know.
  • Write 2-3 sentences about a time a doctor helped you.
  • I Love Earth:
    Draw a picture or write how you will help the Earth, love the Earth and take care of the Earth.
  • I Can Take Care of Earth Wtih My Own Two Hands.
    Color the sheet and in each hand, write how you can help take care of the Earth. (Earth Day is April 22nd).
  • Good and Services: with the pictures that are included and the help of an adult, cut the pictures out and decide if they should go in the "Goods" Column or "Services" Column

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • My Emotions Journal: Color the cover.
  • Draw a picture of something that makes you happy.
  • Heart to Heart: Draw pictures of people or animals that you love or care for. Practice sending them kind wishes using the hearts.
  • Heart to Heart Mobile: Color the hearts on the sheet provided in different colors. With the help of an adult, cut them out. Follow the instructions provided to make a mobile to share with someone special.
  • Ways to Take a Stand: The worksheet shows students taking a stand. When you see someone doing something that they should not, hurting someone, breaking schools rules, etc, how can you take a stand? Draw a picture of an example of taking a stand.
  • You Time: Practice the Bow Pose and the Child Pose. Repeat each pose 5 times. How did it make you feel?

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Color Handwashing Sheet
  • What is Photosynthesis: Fill in sentences from the word bank at the bottom of the worksheet.
  • The Four Seasons: color the shapes indicating the four seasons at the bottom. With the help of an adult cut the shapes out and match them to the correct box.
  • Healthy Eating: Circle the food that do not belong in each column. Ex: soda does not belong with grains. Color those food that do belong in each column.

A Tasty Experiment: With the help of an adult, get a slice of potato and an apple. Taste each one. Plug your nose and taste each one again. Is there a difference? You can try this with other foods.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board.
  • Read and complete The Big Pig worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Fun in the Sun worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete The Pot is Hot worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete The Note Was in Code! worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Look at the Good Wood worksheet.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

Use the 100’s chart to

  • Count by 2,5,10
  • Circle 2’s
  • Put a squard around the 5's
  • Put a green triangle around the 10’s

Use the 100’s chart to

  • Count by 2,5,10
  • Put a squard around the 5's
  • Put a green triangle around the 10’s

Use the 100’s chart to

  • Count by 2,5,10
  • Create a number bond for 6 numbers
  • Create your own mathematical problem.

Use the 100’s chart to

  • Count by 2,5,10
  • Create a number bond for 6 numbers
  • Create your own mathematical problem follow the example on page 9

Use the 100’s chart to

  • Count by 2,5,10
  • Create a number bond for 6 numbers
  • Create your own mathematical problem follow the example on page 9

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • My Phone Number and Goods or Service
  • Position and Direction
  • Reading a Map
  • Trace & Write Women in Sports: Simone Biles
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton Worksheet

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Working with Difficult Emotions
  • Learn Yoga Mountain Pose and Cow Pose (color afterwards)
  • Deep Relaxation Worksheet and Draw a Picture
  • Word Bank: Emotion Charades
  • Emotions Worksheet

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Hand washing activity
  • Body Builders Activity
  • Color Germies maze
  • Wellness Choices

 

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Time Frame

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • Beginning Sounds  pg. 1-2
  • Easter Words
  • Printing Letter C
  • Printing Letter E
  • Circle Things that Start with B
  • Printing Letter A
  • Printing Letter B
  • Money: Write the Beginning Letters
  • A Cold Bear Worksheet
  • At Home: Write the Beginning Letters
  • Beginning Sounds pg. 3-4
  • Zoo: Write the Beginning Letters
  • Beginning Sounds
  • Tracing and Drawing Ovals

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Count The Bees
  • Count It: How Many Eggs Are There?
  • Lamp Color By Number
  • Tracing the number 1
  • Color the Number 0
  • Color the Number 1
  • How Many Spoons Are There?
  • Tracing the number 4
  • Tracing the number 5
  • At Home: Counting the Keys
  • Drawings & Identifying Triangles/Diamonds
  • How Many Dollars Are There?

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Color “Harriet Tubman”
  • Research Harriet Tubman and write 1 sentence about what you find
  • Color “The American Flag”
  • Research American Flag and write 1 sentence about what you find

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Complete 3 tasks on “Podi’s FEEL GOOD Scavenger Hunt”
  • Complete 3 tasks on “Podi’s FEEL GOOD Scavenger Hunt”
  • Complete 3 tasks on “Podi’s FEEL GOOD Scavenger Hunt”
  • Complete 3 tasks on “Podi’s FEEL GOOD Scavenger Hunt”

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Match the Butterflies
  • Be Kind To Your Teeth Worksheet

 

  • Match the Animals
  • Are You Aware Worksheet

 

  • Hidden Spiders
  • Animal Homes Worksheet
  • Match the Easter Eggs
  • Seeing Seeds Worksheet

 

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