Megan Rives

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Check out the tabs for important information, announcements, and updates in our classroom.  The "What Are We Learning" tab will be updated weekly!​


Hi Parents,
I have created a tab called "Extended Learning" linked on the left side of this page.  This tab includes reading, math, science, spelling, and writing resources.  Each week while we're out, I will update this homepage with the page numbers I recommend your child doing.  If you don't want to print these sheets out, students can write their answers on a piece of notebook paper.

I encourage you to set aside time each day for your child to focus on reading and math assignments.  This is to ensure that students are still practicing their skills we have learned this far.

My office hours are 10-12 Monday - Friday.  During these hours you can reach out to me via email, Zoom, etc and I will be readily available.  I will be available throughout the day as well if you have any other questions.

Daily Zoom's will take place from 1:30-2:00! 
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/817011056

Daily Check In Google Doc--Your child can go to this google doc each day and answer the questions/prompts and I can respond to them.  This is a great way for the kids and me to stay connected while we are out!
https://forms.gle/rqqNDQWybz8KT1ap7

Week 2 MATH Suggested Assignments (3/23-3/27):

-Go to Extended Learning tab on left side of this page. 
-Click "math" folder and then "Week 2 making graphs" file. Work through this packet following the lessons and answering the questions. 
-Then move on to the “Week 2 compare data with graphs” file. If you complete both packets you can go back to "iReady Math Packet" file and work on anything that has not been completed.  


Week 2 READING Suggested Assignments (3/23-3/27):
  

-Go to Extended Learning tab on left side of this page. 
-Click "reading" folder and then click on "Sound and Meaning in Stories" file and "Rhythm and Meaning in Poems" file.  Work through the files reading the stories/poems and answering the questions.

-Don’t forget to read for at least 20 minutes every day! Use the reading choice board to read in fun new places! Work on your stamina 😊 


Science  (3/23-3/27): Go to Extended Learning tab and click on "science" folder.  Go to the "Maker Station" file and pick activities to do.  After you complete an activity, write a reflection on how it went.

Spelling/Writing Suggested Assignments (3/23-3/27): 

-Go to Extended Learning tab on left side of this page and click "spelling/writing".

-Click "spelling/writing” folder and click on "red word work" file.  The activities are on page 7-10. 




ASSIGNMENTS FROM LAST WEEK

Week 1 MATH Suggested Assignments (3/16-3/20):
-Go to Extended Learning tab on left side of this page.
-Click "math" folder and then "iReady Math Packet" file.
-We recommend students work on pages 9-12 for this week in addition to utilizing the sprint (yellow) books that came home last week.

Week 1 READING Suggested Assignments (3/16-3/20):
-Go to Extended Learning tab on left side of this page.
-Click "reading" folder and then "iReady Reading Packet" file.
-We recommend students work on pages 18-20, 23-27, and 29-35.
-Don't forget to read for fun each day for at least 20 minutes!



Free resources to use during school closure:

Science--Here is the link to BrainPop-free access.
Username: RMAjags235
Password: RMAjags235
https://jr.brainpop.com/

This is a google form that is compiling all of the free resources/websites giving free access during the school closures.
http://amazingeducationalresources.com/ 

Parents can create a free login to access the science experiments.
https://mysteryscience.com/

Virtual Field Trips
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SvIdgTx9djKO6SjyvPDsoGlkgE3iExmi3qh2KRRku_w/mobilebasic 

You can make your own spinner for any subject.  This can be used for writing topics your child can do at home.  All you have to do is edit it to what you want!
https://wheeldecide.com/ 
     

 

Email me with any questions or concerns: mrives@rivermill-academy.org