Rebecca Rollings

Rebecca Rollings - 1st Grade 

Extended Learning Plan

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, learning will now take place at home. There will be no school until at least May 15th. Please check back here for detailed plans on things you can do at home for the week. If pictures don't show up or if links don't work below, then please click on the extended learning link on the side and you can open the document with all the information you need. All logins were sent to your email. Subjects covered will be Reading, Writing, Work Work, Math, and Science. Please take pictures of your child's work and send the pictures through dojo every Monday for the prior week's work. Feel free to email me with any questions you have. 



Each day practice reading on Get for at least 20 minutes. Your child may also read from a book of their choice. You can document their reading using a homemade reading log.

I am now making a requirement. I think it is extremely important for students to still get their guided practice they would be getting in class each week. This will only be for 3 days. You child will be assigned 1 article and I would like them to spend 3 days on it. On day 1, have them read the article and practice the vocabulary. If there are vocabulary activities, then do these on day 1 as well. On day 2, read the article again and answer the multiple choice questions. On day 3, read the article for a 3rd time and answer the written response questions.

-Have your child watch one of the read aloud videos each day, and then write down the answers to the questions.

Day 1: Desert Animal Adaptations

Written response:

  • What adaptation do camels have to allow them to live in the desert?
  • Are all deserts really hot?

    Day 2: Rain Forest Adventure

    Written response:

  • What does an armadillo have to protect it from its predators?
  • Tell me 2 facts you learned about the sloth.

    Day 3: If I Ran the Rainforest

    Written response:

  • At the beginning of the story, it told us there are 3 different types of rainforests. What are they?
  • How many kinds of hummingbirds are there in the rain forest? What do they eat?

    Day 4: A Walk in the Desert by Caroline Arnold

    Written response:

  • How does a cactus survive in the desert?
  • What is a dangerous animal that lives in the desert? Why is it dangerous?

    Day 5: A Rainforest Habitat by Molly Aloian and Bobbie Kalman

    Written response:

  • What is the difference between a herbivore, a carnivore, and an omnivore?
  • Explain 3 ways animals can stay safe in the rainforest.

Word Work

-Read poem 3 times a day for 5 days for fluency.

-Practice reading sight words from List 2 for 10 minutes each day. (If your child has mastered reading the words, have them practice spelling the words.) Pick 10 words to focus on for the week.


-Practice reading and spelling the following words: broom, zoom, look, pool, book, room, cool, moon, spoon, school

 Ways to practice include:            

                -Make flash cards with the words on them. Practice reading and spelling the words for 5 minutes each day.

                -Have your child make flash cards and practice reading words. Have them match the rhyming words together.

                -Rainbow write words three times each using crayons or colored pencils. (Rainbow writing is tracing the word three times with three different colors.)


Correct the messed-up sentences. Rewrite each sentence the correct way on a sheet of notebook paper.


-Complete online math activities using Splash Learn and Spend approximately 20-30 minutes each day practicing.

-Work on one or more of the following math activities:

Learn to Tell Time

Reading Clocks

Match Clocks and Time

Match Analog and Digital Clocks

Science & Social Studies:

Lesson 1: Watch Brain Pop Jr. Video about the Desert Habitat

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After watching the video complete the following activities:

                -Draw a picture of a cactus, and write about why it has needles.

                -Why are desert animals nocturnal?

Lesson 2: Watch Brain Pop Jr. Video about the Rainforest Habitat

After watching the video complete the following activities:

                -Describe the animals that you find in the canopy layer of the rainforest.

                -Draw a picture of a poison dart frog and then write about why it has such bright colored skin.

Optional: Your child can also complete any of the additional activities on that go along with the lessons if they have time.