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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Lang. Arts

Chester’s Way

Use the QR code

(see worksheets below) or go to this website: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC8YpmnzbU8

and listen to Chester’s Way

Draw and write about what you like to do with your best friend.

Chester’s Way

Listen the story again:

Do the retelling worksheet of retell the story to an adult including the characters, setting, problem, solution, and key details.

Sentence Editing worksheet

Chester’s Way

Listen to the story and then draw and write about the problem in the story and the solution.

Blends cut and paste worksheet

Chester’s Way

Listen to the story one more time. Predict what you think will happen now that Victor has moved in. Draw and write a sentence.

CVC worksheet or opposites

FUN FRIDAY

Math

Do the roll the dice workseet adding the numbers together AND/ OR go on DreamBox or Happy Numbers.

Do the addition problem worksheet AND/ OR go on DreamBox or Happy Numbers.

Have a parent help you write down some subtraction problems. Now practice: if the problem is 4-2=?; then roll 4 play-doh balls. Subtract the two by squishing two of the balls your made. How many are left? That’s your answer.

Do the counting on worksheet AND/ OR go on DreamBox or Happy Numbers.

Move It

Do go noodle for 10 minutes:

http://www.gonoodle.com

Make a new dance to your favorite song. Have your parent video tape it.

Make a track with chalk on the sidewalk or driveway to follow with your scooter, skates, or bike.

Be

Creative

Build a Fort. Use blankets and chairs to build it. When you finish read a book inside your fort.

Create an Obstacle Course. Plan out your obstacle course on paper. Time how long it takes you to complete your course.

Use materials you have a home and design and make a paper kite. Does your kite fly?

Use the materials you have at home and make up a game for you and your friend.

Word

Fun

Practice rhyming. Ask a parent to give you a word and see how many real and sill words you can rhyme with it.

Build your sight words with play dough.

Use shaving cream on the bathtub wall or a cookie sheet to practice writing your sight words.

Go on a word hunt: circle all the words you can read on a page in the newspaper or magazine.

Virtual

Field Trips to learning

Animal Attributes

Animals Need Food

Mothers and Babies

But Your Paw in Mine