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Weekly Take Home Assignments

 

We are preparing for Phase III at home learning.

Please check the Weekly Take Home Assignments tab

for this week's activities.

 

WEEK OF APRIL 20TH, 2020

 

READING:

Weekly Stories:

Monday: Sam and the Fish, Fun at the Pond

Tuesday: Sam's Pets, Tasks

Wednesday: The Van, On the Bus

Thursday: Sam in Class, The Chills

Friday: Stop that Bus!, Sam and the Duck

The last 3 stories include Max in the Mud, The Band, and The Chick. We didn't get to those in class, but you can read them, if you would like. :)

Here is the link to get to the reader, SAM.

https://ckla.amplify.com/

Once on the site: 

Click on 2nd Edition

Log in: CKLAparentCOVID19

Password: CKLAparentCOVID19

Hover over Grade Level Materials, Click on Kindergarten

Scroll across and click on Skills 8

Click on Reader to open the SAM reader

 

SIGHT WORDS FOR THE WEEK:

 you, are, like, were, they, your, here, there, see, their

WRITING:

Here is a page that can be printed that contains the primary lines: https://www.stcharles.k12.la.us/cms/lib/LA01906411/Centricity/Domain/1760/writing page.pdf

Weekly Topics: Choose between elephants or hippos.

This process can take 3 to 4 days to complete all steps.  Have your child work for about 15 minutes.  Then put it away to continue the next day.

  1. Have your child illustrate the topic.
  2. Have your child write. (Remind he/she to name the topic and give at least 2 pieces of information about the topic.  Remind he/she write sounds they hear in each word. DO NOT SPELL for them. Remind he/she to leave spaces between words, start with a capital, and finish with a period.)
  3. Add details to illustration and color.
  4. Edit the piece with your help.

           Follow these steps for editing:

  • Have your child read the writing piece to you.
  • Be sure that your child left spaces between each word. If not, have child fix it by erasing one word at a time and move each word over.  DO  NOT erase entire piece and have them start over because a tremendous amount of work went into hearing sounds of each word.
  • Call attention to any sight words that should be spelled correctly. Help he/she fix these.
  • Be sure that each sentence starts with a capital and ends with a period.
  • Lastly pick one word and help child hear all the sounds by segmenting the word on your fingers. (Your child knows how to do this. Ask him/her.)

MATH:

 

WEEK OF APRIL 13TH, 2020

 

HAPPY EASTER!

 

HAPPY EASTER  

 

We will be back the week of April 20th, 2020 with more activities.

 

 

WEEK OF APRIL 6TH, 2020

 

READING:

Weekly Stories:

Monday: Seth, Seth's Mom

Tuesday: Seth's Dad, Sal's Fish Shop

Wednesday: Lunch, Seth's Finch

Thursday: Lost Finch, Seth's Sled

Friday: Meg's Tots, Hash and Milk

Here is the link to get to the reader, SETH.

https://ckla.amplify.com/

Once on the site: 

Click on 2nd Edition

Log in: CKLAparentCOVID19

Password: CKLAparentCOVID19

Hover over Grade Level Materials, Click on Kindergarten

Scroll across and click on Skills 7

Click on Reader to open the SETH reader

SIGHT WORDS FOR THE WEEK:

 why, to, where, what, no, so, which, once, says, said

WRITING:

Here is a page that can be printed that contains the primary lines: https://www.stcharles.k12.la.us/cms/lib/LA01906411/Centricity/Domain/1760/writing page.pdf

Weekly Topics: Choose between cows or pigs.

This process can take 3 to 4 days to complete all steps.  Have your child work for about 15 minutes.  Then put it away to continue the next day.

  1. Have your child illustrate the topic.
  2. Have your child write. (Remind he/she to name the topic and give at least 2 pieces of information about the topic.  Remind he/she write sounds they hear in each word. DO NOT SPELL for them. Remind he/she to leave spaces between words, start with a capital, and finish with a period.)
  3. Add details to illustration and color.
  4. Edit the piece with your help.

           Follow these steps for editing:

  • Have your child read the writing piece to you.
  • Be sure that your child left spaces between each word. If not, have child fix it by erasing one word at a time and move each word over.  DO  NOT erase entire piece and have them start over because a tremendous amount of work went into hearing sounds of each word.
  • Call attention to any sight words that should be spelled correctly. Help he/she fix these.
  • Be sure that each sentence starts with a capital and ends with a period.
  • Lastly pick one word and help child hear all the sounds by segmenting the word on your fingers. (Your child knows how to do this. Ask him/her.)

 

MATH:

WEEK OF MARCH 30TH, 2020

READING:       

Weekly Stories:

Monday: Kit, Kit and Stan

Tuesday: Kit's Hats, Kit's Cats

Wednesday: Kit's Mom, Kit's Pants

Thursday: Mumps, Up

Friday: Fast Fred, Pip's Cats, Vic Gets Lost

Here is the link to get to the reader, KIT.

https://ckla.amplify.com/

Once on the site: 

Click on 2nd Edition

Log in: CKLAparentCOVID19

Password: CKLAparentCOVID19

Hover over Grade Level Materials, Click on Kindergarten

Scroll across and click on Skills 6

Click on Reader to open the KIT reader

SIGHT WORDS FOR THE WEEK: a, of, all, the, from, one, was, will, when, word

WRITING:       

Here is a page that can be printed that contains the primary lines: https://www.stcharles.k12.la.us/cms/lib/LA01906411/Centricity/Domain/1760/writing page.pdf

Weekly Topics: Choose between bees or butterflies.

This process can take 3 to 4 days to complete all steps.  Have your child work for about 15 minutes.  Then put it away to continue the next day.

  1. Have your child illustrate the topic.
  2. Have your child write. (Remind he/she to name the topic and give at least 2 pieces of information about the topic.  Remind he/she write sounds they hear in each word. DO NOT SPELL for them. Remind he/she to leave spaces between words, start with a capital, and finish with a period.)
  3. Add details to illustration and color.
  4. Edit the piece with your help.

           Follow these steps for editing:

  • Have your child read the writing piece to you.
  • Be sure that your child left spaces between each word. If not, have child fix it by erasing one word at a time and move each word over.  DO  NOT erase entire piece and have them start over because a tremendous amount of work went into hearing sounds of each word.
  • Call attention to any sight words that should be spelled correctly. Help he/she fix these.
  • Be sure that each sentence starts with a capital and ends with a period.
  • Lastly pick one word and help child hear all the sounds by segmenting the word on your fingers. (Your child knows how to do this. Ask him/her.)

 

MATH: