March 31, 2020 Day #128 Happy Birthday Sloane!
Remember these times are a suggestion, not a requirement.
- I can compare 2 digit numbers using <, >, and =. When you complete your math workbook pages today look at the tens and ones place to help you!
- I can produce complete sentences. When you write during Daily 5 make sure your sentences start with a capital letter, include a noun and a verb, and end with a period.
- Practice asking God, Mary, angels, and the saints to help others and ourselves during times of need. I learn prayers like the rosary where I know how to say the Our Father, Hail Mary, and the Glory Be on my own.
8:30-9:00 Morning Message (Video)
Materials Needed: Ocean Log, Lent Path, pencil box
Dolphin Sharing Corner
Hanna’s beautiful Religion drawings
Andy enjoying the sun and being creative with spelling! Looks like a few classmates are starting a Minecraft group! Sounds fun!
Easton completed his Dragon Lego set! Cool!
9:00-9:30 Daily 5
Materials Needed: Writing Prompt: The camping picture (Friends)
Find the writing pages from the orange packet. Think of the following;
Where are they camping? What are they afraid of? Will the ending be scary, surprising, or silly?
When you are finished glue it in your notebook.Friends
If you need online access to Storytown books, check this link. You are able to “read it to you”. Storytown Books
*Mrs. McCarthy’s group please do the assigned activities from her email.
Student Numbers 4, 15, 20, 22, 26: Read Tomas Rivera
Student Numbers 3, 23, 1, 21: Read Tomas Rivera
Student Numbers 6, 19, 25, 12, 10: Read Ebb and Flo and the Baby Seal
Student Numbers 18, 13, 14, 7, 8, 16: I will see you at 10:00 for our Zoom Meeting
Student Numbers 5, 27, 24, 2, 9, 17: Read Chapter 7. Complete “After Chapter 7” in yellow folder.
Dance break: Maggie’s favorite!
Break: Go outside, exercise, or dance!
Materials needed: Spelling words, poem from email
Sort your words (How fast can you sort?)
Read your poem
Find words that go with your pattern (circle with different colors)
Miss Brito’s PoemPp1 Sun1 1 aw1
Mrs. Costa’s Poem40119 F T •eelt
Watch these cool videos: Spelling Video #1
Mrs. Jessup’s PoemJessupsort24
Enjoy this music video for Bossy R Bossy R Video
Materials needed: Birthday book page, markers/crayons
Watch video of Sloane and her birthday wishes. Then scan or take a picture of your birthday page (iPhone users go to Notes section, click on the + sign and scan document. Email it to me)
Pray the Rosary with Mrs. Jessup: 2nd Decade of the Joyful Mystery
The Second Joyful Mystery: The Visitation
What word do you hear in the word “visitation?” (visit) This mystery is about Mary’s visit with her cousin St. Elizabeth.
After the Angel Gabriel announced to Mary that she would be the mother of Jesus, he told her that her cousin Elizabeth was going to have a baby as well! Mary was very excited to hear this and she left right away to go see her.
When Mary was close to Elizabeth’s house, her cousin ran out to see her. She was so happy! She hugged Mary and said, “How is it that the Mother of God’s Son has come to see me? As soon as I saw you, the baby inside of my belly jumped for joy! He knows that Jesus is inside of you!.” Mary said, “My heart praises God! He has done wonderful things.”
Why was St. Elizabeth so excited to see Mary?
What are some wonderful things God has done for you? (what are you thankful for?)
Today when we pray, think about how joyful Mary and St. Elizabeth were to see each other. You can also think about the wonderful things God has done for you. Pray for our health care workers, supermarket employees, truck drivers, firefighters, and police officers.
Prayer time: Find a quiet place, turn off lights, and play the song “How Great is our God/How Great Thou Art/Our God”
11:00-12:00 Lunch and Break
12:00-12:30 Quiet Time
You can rest, draw a picture, write in a journal, do a puzzle, or read quietly
Materials Needed: Math workbook, pencil, optional 100 chart
Look at the pages below. PAGE 403 You can use cubes, sticks, Legos to represent tens and beads, buttons, cereal to represent ones. You will make 38 on one towel and 19 on the other towel. Place a X on the number that is less.
404-405 Read the top part to identify important math vocabulary: greater than, less than, and equal to. This is important to say when you complete each problem. For example #1-“17 is less than 31.”
406 is an optional page to complete (Problem Solving and HOT problem)CompareNumbers
Watch this video to introduce yourself to our next habitat: OCEANS!
Optional Coloring page: OceanColoringPageFREEBIE
1:30 Snack, Storytime, and Break
It’s Humphrey Time!
1:30-2:30 PE and Music
PE-Scroll down to the Primary videos https://pe.st-johnschool.org/