Kindergarten
Teachers:
Ms. Dabek: dabeka@springfieldpublicschools.com
Ms. Roberge: robergee@springfieldpublicschools.com
Ms. Stellato, ESL: stellatog@springfieldpublicschools.com

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June 15 - 19

Kindergarten Summer Work.pdf

June 8 - 12

ESL with Ms. Stellato

esl
 - 8 Grade K ESL.doc

K-June8th-12th Weekly Work.pdf


ELA
Writing: Pt-1: 
https://flipgrid.com/8fc47ed3

Science
https://flipgrid.com/6f775c6b

 




June 1 - 5

ESL with Ms. Stellato

 

Grade K ESL Week of June 1, 2020.doc

K-June 1st-5th.pdf

Reading

Remember to log-in using Microsoft and your lunch # when using Flipgrid!

https://flipgrid.com/bf0387db

Writing
https://flipgrid.com/ecc6421f

Math

Math:Lesson 29.2 https://flipgrid.com/8de179ba

Math:Lesson 29.3 https://flipgrid.com/8a32a319


Science

https://flipgrid.com/da10a835



MAY 26 - 29

ESL with Ms. Stellato

esl

Grade K ESL Week of May 26, 2020 (1).doc

This document and the Flipgrids are your work for the week!

K-Weekly Work May26-29th (1).pdf

Remember to log-in using Microsoft and your lunch # when using Flipgrid!
ELA
https://flipgrid.com/1ba7092c
 

Science
https://flipgrid.com/ddca0bd8 







May 18 - May 22

ESL with Ms. Stellato

Grade K ESL Week of May 18, 2020.doc

Parents and students: all of your work is below:
K-May18-22nd.pdf




May 11 - 15

ESL with Ms. Stellato

esl
 Grade K ESL Week of May 11, 2020.doc

  1. ELA

  2. Must do: 

    1. 45 Minutes of iReady Reading a week (Suggestions: 9 minutes a day or 15 minutes 3 times a week) – Must pass 1 lesson a week

ELA video from Ms. Roberge

Optional Extra Practice Activities:
  1. -Practice 5 sight words 

    *Insert Suggestions-sight words Set 1,2 PDF* 

    -Practice reading and draw a picture to match the words you read. *Helpful Hint*: Don't forget to stretch the sounds in each word: Cat, Hat, Dog, Log, Bug, Mug. 

    -Read/Listen to a book on Scholastic Literacy Pro 


Writing
*PrimaryWritingChecklist (1) (1).pdf

What Can I Write About_ (1).pdf* 

This week please write at least one story with at least 3 sentences of the topic of your choice! Remember, what kind of letter comes at the beginning of a sentence? What tells you to stop at the end of a sentence that shows it is complete? 


MATH
Must do:

    1. 45 minutes of I-Ready Math a week (Suggestions: 9 minutes a day or 15 minutes 3 times a week) -Please pass 1 lesson a week 

    2. Watch Lesson 26: Teen Numbers video. Then, complete the teen numbers activity. 

       NearPod Lesson 26: Teen Number Activity https://share.nearpod.com/vsph/Kx4bth6aMu 

       

    Optional Extra Practice Activities:  

    -Practice counting to 20 and 100 by 1's 

    -Practice writing the numbers 1-20 

Science

Must do:  

1.Watch the "Animal Needs lesson video" and complete the Living Things worksheet. 

NearPod- Animal Needs-Song, Video, and Activity https://share.nearpod.com/vsph/aPTXTBRrNu 


Optional Activities:
 

-Watch the "At The Zoo Song". Then, choose your favorite animal from the video. Lastly, answer the question: what do you think would happen if the animal you chose didn’t have its three needs? Use the sentence stem "I think a ____ would ______________ if it did not have water, air, and food." 

 





May 4 - May 8

ESL with Ms. Stellato
Grade K ESL Week of May 4, 2020.doc


ELA

-Listen/Read books on Scholastic Literacy Pro once a day

*Optional fun- search for these suggestions:Germs by Judy Oetting, Fish School by Liza Charlesworth, Going On A Picnic by Shannon Penney, Going To The Beach by Jo. S. Kittinger, Number One Puppy by Zachary Wilson, Chicken Little Retold by Liza Charlesworth. 

iReady 15 minutes a day for Reading * please be sure to pass at least one lesson per day before moving on


POETRY

Read the two poems above. Complete the activities after reading the poems. 

-Did you find any rhyming words? Pick one of the poems to illustrate and be sure to write the rhyming words that you find on your paper! 

-Search for 2-3 sight words in the poem and read/write them down. 

SIGHT WORD SHOW OFF!

Show your teacher an activity that you did with FIVE of your sight words this week from our sight word list below. Remember to look back on previous weeks for suggestions or ideas!


  

MATH

Writing Teen Numbers – Jack Hartmann
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDPPHVG6TAE

Pick a shape and find one in your house! 

Explore the videos in this playlist and then show me! Pick 2 addition problems that you would like to show me with pictures, objects, or drawings!

Meet the Math Facts™ Addition - Level 2


 

Writing/Science

"Explore" was one of our vocabulary words, try to write a story about something you can explore this week! Find a living thing – whether it is a plant, animal or bug and write about it! * Parents, we may revisit this at a later time. Please bring your writing to the next Zoom meeting to share your awesome work! 

Ex: A flower garden. 

I have a tree in front of my house. It is starting to grow buds.

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April 27 - May 1

ESL (English as a Second Language)

ELA

-Listen/Read books on Scholastic Literacy Pro once a day

*Optional fun- search for these suggestions: If All The Animals Came Inside by Eric Pinder, Ocean Babies by Deborah Lee Rose,  We're Going On A Nature Hunt by Steve Metzger, Spiderella by Lisa Charlesworth, The Three Little Pigs retold by Lisa Charlesworth*

iReady 15 minutes a day for Reading * please be sure to pass at least one lesson per day before moving on

Poetry

Read the two poems above. Complete the activities after reading the poems. 

-Did you find any rhyming words? Pick one of the poems to illustrate and be sure to write the rhyming words that you find on your paper! 

-Search for 2-3 sight words in the poem and read/write them down. 

Refresher video on rhyming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aP3UHE0duCU

  • -Practice sight words (5 minutes) a day –Suggestions below:

    • Make flash cards out of the sight words and practice (read word, spell word, read word again)

    • Write sight words in markers, crayons, chalk, or paint

    • Type sight words on a computer, tablet, iPad, or phone

    • Use play-dough to make sight words

    • Place flash cards on the floor and toss a ball/bean bag on the flash card and read the sight word

    • Cut and glue letters from newspaper or magazines to make the sight word

    • Give your child a spelling test using the sight words

     

    Set 1, 2 Sightwords

     

    Writing

    • Tell more! Take a look at any of the writing you have done during this time and try to add another sentence or two! If you have not started, please create a piece in the beginning of this week and revisit to add more details on a later day.  We will share our stories during our Zoom meetings. Please try your best to use the writing rubric below.

     

    Math

    Watch the following videos in order throughout the week and complete the question/activity at the end of the video. All videos are on YouTube.

     

    1. Count to 20! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azIG0kLIlgs

    -Activity after video: Practice writing the numbers 1-20.

     

    1. Composing teen numbers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZGlvOKBNIo

    -Question after the video: What is the teen number that has a ten and 6 extra ones (10 + 6 = ?)

    1. Reading and Writing the Teen Numbers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1D6HxJECzs

    -Question after the video: What is the teen number that has a ten and 1 extra one (10 + 1 = ?)

    iReady 15 minutes a day for Math * please be sure to pass at least one lesson per day before moving on

     

    Extra Math Practice

    • Practice counting to 100, by ones and tens

    • Write the numbers 0-20, once a day

    • Addition/Subtraction practice. Please complete 3 a day. Solve the following problems, draw a picture to match the equation.

    • 1+2=                              5-2=                                 7+2=

    • 2+3=                              4-2=                                 6-3=

    • 0+5=                              3-1=                                 4+3=

    • 2+2=                              2-0=                                 8-3=

    • 4+1=                              5-4=                                 6+4=


Science

Notice the weather this week. Look at the plants and your surrounding environment outside, has anything changed? Look at the trees. What season are we in? Draw a picture to illustrate the season we are now in.

Refresher video about seasons: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iisj2kTZIFs