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Check out this blog and all the cool links for some at home activities:
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Practice math, reading, writing, and science concepts.
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Common Sense Media: Best Books for Kids
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Common Sense Media: Free Educational Games, Apps, and Websites for Reading and Math
Cooking provides opportunities for great lessons in math and chemistry!
SchoolFamily.com: Make Family Meals Count
SchoolFamily.com: Recipes Kids Can Make Alone
Word searches, crosswords, acrostics, and interactive learning games are some good ways to interest kids away from the screen.
SchoolFamily.com: Printable Activities
SchoolFamily.com: Activities for Sick Days
SchoolFamily.com: 10 Healthy Hacks for Parents and Kids
SchoolFamily.com: Winter Exercise Ideas for the Family
(If you don’t have snow in your part of the country, adapt these exercises to your own yard.)
Common Sense Media: Movement Apps, Games, and Websites
Home Correspondence Instruction Program
Hazel Green Elementary
March 23 – 27, 2020
Dear Bullfrog Family,
On Friday, March 13th, we sent home the following assignments: Simple Solutions – Math, Simple Solutions–Reading, and Reading Mastery (textbook and workbook pages).
We sent home 10 lessons from Simple Solutions Math and Reading, Reading Mastery Workbook and Textbook. They can do one in each subject, each day that we are away from school. If you are doing a good job--not just racing through, you can do as many Reading Mastery lessons as you want to do. It is more important to do it right, than do a lot of them. If you want to fill your time or learn some interesting science facts while keeping your reading skills strong, you can do more. Students should complete a minimum of one lesson from Simple Solutions Math, Simple Solutions Reading, and Reading Mastery each day.
In addition, the Ready Math materials will be available for you to pick up at the school from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Monday-Friday. Ready Math assignments are scheduled as follows: Monday, March 23: Lesson 30 Session 1, Tuesday, March 24: Lesson 30 Session 2, Wednesday, March 25: Lesson 30 Session 3, Thursday, March 26: Lesson 31 Session 1, Friday, March 27: Lesson 31 Session 2.
If internet access is available, students should get on i-Ready Reading, i-Ready Math accounts, and Reflex Math each day. Remember these programs are adaptive. So students need to do them independently. If they fail a lesson it will adjust and reteach the skill. If you help them through it, the lessons will get harder. If they pass by themselves, it will grow at an even rate (not too hard/not too easy).
All information will be posted and updated on our teacher website and you may call the school at 606-682-4647 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. if you have any questions. Stay well - we miss you and hope to see you soon!
Stephanie Hoskins email@example.com https://www.laurel.kyschools.us/9/olc/907
Amy Stenger firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.laurel.kyschools.us/9/olc/112
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