•  May 26th- May 29th

    Week of: May 26th - May 29th  (No School Monday the 25th)

     

    Literacy Learning Zone

    (10 minutes on Seesaw)

    Math Learning Zone

    (10 minutes on Seesaw)

    iReady

    (on district website)

    Specialist

    (visit specialist teacher websites)

    Monday

    1. No School Today

    1. No School Today

    No School Today

    No School Today

    Tuesday

    2. Make It Say Game

    2. Down on the Farm Story Problem

    20 minutes reading

    Mr. Finkle (Music) Music Click Here

    Wednesday

    3. Long and Short A Vowel Sort

    3. Watermelon Numbers

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Slaven (Technology) K Technology Click Here

    Thursday

    4. Look Up

    4. Sorting Video

    20 minutes reading

    Mrs. Fruland and Mrs. Binkley (Library) Library Click Here

    Friday

    5. Syllable Puzzles

    5. Banana Grab

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Billheimer (PE) PE Click Here

     

    Extra Extension Activities (Optional)

     

    6. My Lunch (Decodable Passage)

    7. Build-A-Word

    8. Mr. Potato Head Writing Activity

    9. Literacy Worksheet Packet

     

     

    6. Grape Subtraction

    7. Base Ten Caterpillars

    8. Seashell Measurement

    9. Math Worksheet Packet

    iReady works best if you log on through the district portal under student tools.

    (iReady) Click Here

    Your child must take the diagnostic test to start. These tests are difficult. Please do not help your child with the answers so they are accurately placed at the correct level for instruction. They may skip/guess the questions they do not know. Diagnostic tests can only be taken Monday-Friday during school hours.

    iReady username=student ID number password=student ID number

    Specialist teacher websites can be located directly off your teacher’s website on the left hand side under: “Silver Firs Music, PE, Technology and Library Classes” or we’ve included the links above.

    Supplement with:

    • Learning packet activities that were not finished
    • Read a book and practice retelling the book

    (need more books…ask your teacher how to sign up for a free “Epic” account)

    • Explore activities on our classroom website or district website
    • Practice your math flashcards or sight word flashcards
    • Write a personal narrative (a story about yourself)
    • Write your opinion about something
    • Write a “How to” book explaining how to do something
    • Art Extensions-Any type of art! The kids especially love making art that goes with a story they have read.
    • Science: We were learning about force and motion. Try creating different types of ramps and rolling balls, toy cars, marbles, and cans down them. Make observations about how the slope of the ramp effects the distance. Discuss and research gravity and energy (potential energy and kinetic energy).
    • Science/Art Integration: Draw something you see in nature, then label the parts.
    • YouTube-Please note we took most YouTube links out of the learning guide because families using district Chromebooks do not have access to YouTube. If you do have access, we would recommend continuing to visit some of our favorite YouTube channels (Jack Hartmann, Harry Kindergarten, Miss Molly).

     

     

    May 18th- 21st

    Reminder:  There is no school on May 22nd or May 25th

     

    Week of: May 18th - May 21st (No School Friday the 22nd)

     

    Literacy Learning Zone

    (10 minutes on Seesaw)

    Math Learning Zone

    (10 minutes on Seesaw)

    iReady

    (on district website)

    Specialist

    (visit specialist teacher websites)

    Monday

    1. Alphachant: Xx

    1. 2D Shapes and Their Attributes Boom Cards

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Billheimer (PE) PE Click Here

    Tuesday

    2. Reading Skills Boom Cards

    2. Ways to Make 10

    20 minutes reading

    Mr. Finkle (Music) Music Click Here

    Wednesday

    3. Butterfly Informative Writing

    3. Candy Subtraction

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Slaven (Technology) K Technology Click Here

    Thursday

    4. Rainbow Write: (There, Find)

    4. Math Challenge Subtraction Mystery Picture

    20 minutes reading

    Mrs. Fruland and Mrs. Binkley (Library) Library Click Here

    Friday

    5. No School

    Today

    5. No School 

    Today

     

     

    Extra Extension Activities (Optional)

     

    6. The Bee (Decodable Passage)

    7. Word Sort: Short A Word Families

    8. Double “ee” Words

    9. Literacy Worksheet Packet

     

     

    6. Butterfly Addition

    7. Forces At Work In Your Home

    8. Counting by 10’s Caterpillar

    9. Math Worksheet Packet

    iReady works best if you log on through the district portal under student tools.

    (iReady) Click Here

    Your child must take the diagnostic test to start. These tests are difficult. Please do not help your child with the answers so they are accurately placed at the correct level for instruction. They may skip/guess the questions they do not know. Diagnostic tests can only be taken Monday-Friday during school hours.

    iReady username=student ID number password=student ID number

    Specialist teacher websites can be located directly off your teacher’s website on the left hand side under: “Silver Firs Music, PE, Technology and Library Classes” or we’ve included the links above.

    Supplement with:

    • Learning packet activities that were not finished
    • Read a book and practice retelling the book

    (need more books…ask your teacher how to sign up for a free “Epic” account)

    • Explore activities on our classroom website or district website
    • Practice your math flashcards or sight word flashcards
    • Write a personal narrative (a story about yourself)
    • Write your opinion about something
    • Write a “How to” book explaining how to do something
    • Art Extensions-Any type of art! The kids especially love making art that goes with a story they have read.
    • Science: We were learning about force and motion. Try creating different types of ramps and rolling balls, toy cars, marbles, and cans down them. Make observations about how the slope of the ramp effects the distance. Discuss and research gravity and energy (potential energy and kinetic energy).
    • Science/Art Integration: Draw something you see in nature, then label the parts.
    • YouTube-Please note we took most YouTube links out of the learning guide because families using district Chromebooks do not have access to YouTube. If you do have access, we would recommend continuing to visit some of our favorite YouTube channels (Jack Hartmann, Harry Kindergarten, Miss Molly).

     

     

     

    May 11th- May 15th

    Week of: May 11th - May 15th

     

    Literacy Learning Zone

    (10 minutes on Seesaw)

    Math Learning Zone

    (10 minutes on Seesaw)

    iReady

    (on district website)

    Specialist

    (visit specialist teacher websites)

    Monday

    1. Alphachant: Qq

    1. Subtraction Stories

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Billheimer (PE) PE Click Here

    Tuesday

    2. Read On Your Own Book: Max and Quinn

    2. Spring Hundreds Chart Hunt

    20 minutes reading

    Mr. Finkle (Music) Music Click Here

    Wednesday

    3. Bear at Work: Read Aloud

    3. Ways to Make 5

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Slaven (Technology) K Technology Click Here

    Thursday

    4. Rainbow Write: (Little, Play)

    4. Watermelon Ten Frame

    20 minutes reading

    Mrs. Fruland and Mrs. Binkley (Library) Library Click Here

    Friday

    5. E is for Evergreen: Read Aloud

    5. Tally Mark Teen Numbers

    20 minutes math

    Mrs. Hirata (Counselor) Student Social Emotional Engagement Activities Click Here

     

    Extra Extension Activities (Optional)

     

    6. Robot Sight Words

    7. My Pet Rock Decodable Passage

    8. Sun Directed Drawing and Writing Prompt

    9. Literacy Worksheet Packet

     

     

    6. Take Away Quick

    7. What is Force?

    8. Spring Color By Code Math

    9. Math Worksheet Packet

    iReady works best if you log on through the district portal under student tools.

    (iReady) Click Here

    Your child must take the diagnostic test to start. These tests are difficult. Please do not help your child with the answers so they are accurately placed at the correct level for instruction. They may skip/guess the questions they do not know. Diagnostic tests can only be taken Monday-Friday during school hours.

    iReady username=student ID number password=student ID number

    Specialist teacher websites can be located directly off your teacher’s website on the left hand side under: “Silver Firs Music, PE, Technology and Library Classes” or we’ve included the links above.

    Supplement with:

    • Learning packet activities that were not finished
    • Read a book and practice retelling the book

    (need more books…ask your teacher how to sign up for a free “Epic” account)

    • Explore activities on our classroom website or district website
    • Practice your math flashcards or sight word flashcards
    • Write a personal narrative (a story about yourself)
    • Write your opinion about something
    • Write a “How to” book explaining how to do something
    • Art Extensions-Any type of art! The kids especially love making art that goes with a story they have read.
    • Science: We were learning about force and motion. Try creating different types of ramps and rolling balls, toy cars, marbles, and cans down them. Make observations about how the slope of the ramp effects the distance. Discuss and research gravity and energy (potential energy and kinetic energy).
    • Science/Art Integration: Draw something you see in nature, then label the parts.
    • YouTube-Please note we took most YouTube links out of the learning guide because families using district Chromebooks do not have access to YouTube. If you do have access, we would recommend continuing to visit some of our favorite YouTube channels (Jack Hartmann, Harry Kindergarten, Miss Molly).

     

     

    Suggested Learning Guide May 4th- 8th

    Below is our learning schedule for the week. It is suggested that kindergarten students spend about 40 minutes a day on learning activities. This can be longer or shorter based on your family and your student’s needs. Feel free to follow the schedule below or pick and choose the activities that work best for your student each day. 

      

    We have included direct links in this email to access iReady and the specialist classes. 

      

    Keep up the great work! We are so proud of you! 

      

     

    Week of: May 4th - May 8th 

     

     

     

     

      

    Literacy Learning Zone 

    (10 minutes on Seesaw) 

    Math Learning Zone 

    (10 minutes on Seesaw) 

    iReady 

    (on district website) 

    Specialist 

    (visit specialist teacher websites) 

    Monday 

    1. Alphachant: Zz 

    1. Teen Number Cookies 

    20 minutes math 

    Mrs. Billheimer (PE) PE Click Here 

    Tuesday 

    2. Read On Your Own Book: Zig-Zag 

    2. 3D Shapes Video and Shape Hunt 

    20 minutes reading 

    Mr. Finkle (Music) Music Click Here 

    Wednesday 

    3. Part 1 Writing Video AND Part 2 Writing Video 

    3. Graphing Rainbow Bears 

    20 minutes math 

    Mrs. Slaven (Technology) K Technology Click Here 

    Thursday 

    4. The Rainbow Fish Read Aloud 

    4. Chirp Chirp Addition 

    20 minutes reading 

    Mrs. Fruland and Mrs. Binkley (Library) Library Click Here 

    Friday 

    5. Sound Substitution Game 

    5. Building Teen Numbers 

    20 minutes math 

    Mrs. Hirata (Counselor) Student Social Emotional Engagement Activities Click Here 

      

    Extra Extension Activities (Optional) 

      

    6. Rainbow Write 

    7. My Pet Fish Decodable Passage 

    8. Directed Fish Drawing with Writing Prompt 

    9. Literacy Worksheet Packet 

      

      

    6. Lily Pad Addition 

    7. Place Value Review 

    8. Spring Subtraction Color By Code 

    9. Math Worksheet Packet 

    iReady works best if you log on through the district portal under student tools. 

    (iReady) Click Here 

    Your child must take the diagnostic test to start. These tests are difficult. Please do not help your child with the answers so they are accurately placed at the correct level for instruction. They may skip/guess the questions they do not know. Diagnostic tests can only be taken Monday-Friday during school hours. 

    Specialist teacher websites can be located directly off your teacher’s website on the left hand side under: “Silver Firs Music, PE, Technology and Library Classes” or we’ve included the links above. 

     

    Supplement with: 

    • Learning packet activities that were not finished 
    • Read a book and practice retelling the book 

    (need more books…ask your teacher how to sign up for a free “Epic” account) 

    • Explore activities on our classroom website or district website 
    • Practice your math flashcards or sight word flashcards 
    • Write a personal narrative (a story about yourself) 
    • Write your opinion about something 
    • Write a “How to” book explaining how to do something 
    • Art Extensions-Any type of art! The kids especially love making art that goes with a story they have read. 
    • Science: We were learning about force and motion. Try creating different types of ramps and rolling balls, toy cars, marbles, and cans down them. Make observations about how the slope of the ramp effects the distance. Discuss and research gravity and energy (potential energy and kinetic energy). 
    • Science/Art Integration: Draw something you see in nature, then label the parts. 
    • YouTube-Please note we took most YouTube links out of the learning guide because families using district Chromebooks do not have access to YouTube. If you do have access, we would recommend continuing to visit some of our favorite YouTube channels (Jack Hartmann, Harry Kindergarten, Miss Molly). 

     

     

     

    Suggested Learning Guide April 27th-May 1st

     

    Suggested Learning Guide starting April 20:

     

     

    Learning zone (20 min)

    Possible activities

    Choose 1 literacy and 1 math activity from Seesaw (activities will be updated every Monday).

    Supplement with:

    • Learning packet activities (one or two activities per day)
    • Read a book
    • Explore activities on our classroom website

    Specialist

    See specialists websites

    Music-activities on Mr. Finkle’s website

    Tech- activities on Mrs. Slaven’s website

    Library- Visit Mrs. Fruland and Mrs. Binkley’s activities on the school library page

    PE- Activities on Mrs. Billheimer’s website or play outside or Jack Hartmann exercise videos, or chores around the house

    Art-Explore an art link from my website

    iReady (20 min)

    Math or Reading

    (Your child must take the diagnostic test to start.  These tests are difficult.  Please do not help your child with the answers.  They may skip/guess the questions they do not know.)

     

    District Elementary Learning Guides: https://www.everettsd.org/Page/31233

     

    Suggested Learning Guide March 16th- April 24th

    Click the above link to open the learning guide that can be used to facilitate learning support and engagement over the school closure weeks.