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Day 17 Remote Learning First Grade

Date assigned:         5/19/2020        

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Complete all activities listed below.

           If you have questions about the assignment, email your teacher.

Teacher emails:

 Mrs. Sheets: sheetsl@trico.k12.in.us

Mrs. Hensler: hensleraj@trico.k12.in.us

Mrs. Ingram: ingramk@trico.k12.in.us

If you have questions about technology, email the tech department.

helpdesk@trico.k12.in.us

Day 16 Remote Learning First Grade

Date assigned:         5/14/2020        

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Complete all activities listed below.

Reading                                                                           

  1. Watch Pete the Cat and the Treasure Map.  

     2.   Make your own treasure chest! You can use any materials at home to make it. (examples of materials include: paper, Legos, or any other material you have at home) Check out the examples below.

   

     3. Write a sentence telling what you hope you would find in a treasure chest if you dug one up.

     4. Write a sentence telling what you would do with the treasure you found.

   

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz!

Math

  1. Watch this video on coins.

  1. Pretend you found a treasure chest full of pennies, nickels, and dimes! Count each collection of coins and write how much each collection is worth.

   

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz.

           If you have questions about the assignment, email your teacher.

Teacher emails:

 Mrs. Sheets: sheetsl@trico.k12.in.us

Mrs. Hensler: hensleraj@trico.k12.in.us

Mrs. Ingram: ingramk@trico.k12.in.us

If you have questions about technology, email the tech department.

helpdesk@trico.k12.in.us

Day 15 Remote Learning First Grade

Date assigned:         5/12/2020        

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Complete all activities listed below.

Reading                 

  1. Listen to How I Became a Pirate                                                          
  2. Next draw a picture (or create with art supplies- legos, crayons, construction paper, playdoh, etc.) of your own pirate ship!
  3. Then write 2 - 3 complete sentences about what you would do if you were a pirate!

Just for Fun:

Here is a video to show you How to Make a Pirate Ship!

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz!

Social Studies

  1. Watch this Brain Pop Jr. Video about Maps

Username: tricountyjr

Password:  cavaliers

  1. Make your own treasure map! Where would you hide treasure? It can be a map of your town, backyard, your house, or even your room! Be creative and have fun!
  2. Make sure to include
  • Landmarks
  • A map key or legend with symbols
  • A compass rose
  • X marks the spot for the treasure!
  1. Then describe how to get to your treasure! You can tell an adult how to find your treasure using directional words like North, South, East, and West. Be sure to send a picture of your map to your teacher or you can send a video sharing your treasure map with us!

 

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz.

More Pirate Activities Just for fun!

Would You Rather - Pirate Style!

What’s Your Pirate Name? 

Can You find the Treasure?

           If you have questions about the assignment, email your teacher.

Teacher emails:

 Mrs. Sheets: sheetsl@trico.k12.in.us

Mrs. Hensler: hensleraj@trico.k12.in.us

Mrs. Ingram: ingramk@trico.k12.in.us

If you have questions about technology, email the tech department.

helpdesk@trico.k12.in.us


Day 14 Remote Learning First Grade

Date assigned:         5/7/2020        

Complete all activities listed below.

Reading                                                                           

  1. Watch Blueberries for Sal. It is a realistic fiction story, which means it has characters that do real things in a real setting.    

     2.  Build your own story.  

  • First, decide on some real characters for your story. They might be your neighbor, a friend, your pet, or a parent.
  • Decide on a setting for your story. It might happen in a park, at a zoo, or in your backyard. Remember the setting also includes the time of day and the season it is happening in.
  • Your story needs a problem and a solution.
  • Then tell your story by filling in the boxes.
  • Remember to write in complete sentences and make sure it makes sense.
  • You may want to add illustrations and speech bubbles to help tell your story. You get to decide because YOU ARE THE AUTHOR!  Have fun creating your own story!

Characters

Setting

Problem

Solution

Beginning

Middle

Ending

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz!

Math

  1. Watch this video on Stack, Slide, or Roll with 3D shapes.

  1. Use the information from the video to complete the chart. Write yes or no in each box.

3D Shapes Stack, Slide, or Roll

Shapes

Stack

Slide

Roll

Spheres

Cubes

Cylinders

   Rectangular  

       Prisms

Cones

Pyramids

Just for fun:

Click here to practice building with pattern blocks. Select a card in the top left corner and then build it. Have your parent take a picture of one of your designs with the pattern card and send it to your teacher.

   

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz.

   


Day 13 Remote Learning First Grade

Date assigned:         5/5/2020        

Complete all activities listed below.

Reading                                                                           

  1. Watch Mrs. Hensler at Camp Read A Lot read A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee.  
  2. Watch this video on putting words in alphabetical order or abc order.
  3. Put the following words in abc order. Number your words.

Example:

  1. boots
  2.  

 Please have your parent send your work to your teacher’s email or through Bloomz!

STEM

  1. Create or build a tent.
  2. You can use any materials at your house. You do not need to build a tent big enough for you to fit in!
  3. Check out some examples below:

  1. Send a picture of your tent to your teacher!