COVID-19 Distance Learning Instruction (April and May 2020)Direct Instruction Videos for Students:Just copy the links below in another tab and watch!
Videos for the rest of the packets are located on my Class Dojo Story Page.Math:How to Solve a Double Digit Addition Problem with Regroupinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/116iKTxOG7tRq9wnSK5ZGA7ySxf3_FUuE/view?usp=sharingScienceYouTube Links for Life Cycle of Insects, Mammals, and Plant (Corresponds to Videos 14, 19, 22)
White-Tailed Deer Video:
Life Cycle of a Swallowtail Butterfly
Life Cycle of a Bean
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w77zPAtVTuIRemote resources and information for future reference:Online Resources for learning at home
Please encourage your child to read each day for at LEAST 20 minutes.
Also, please rememeber students have access to this resource below:
If you need any login information, please do not hesitate to contact me. There are so many choices of books, both fiction and nonfiction, and it allows you to monitor the level on which your child reads. By the end of 2nd grade, they should be reading fluently at LEAST on Level M. If you would like some reading lesson plans for a particular book, please let me know, and I will send them via email or classdojo. They come with great questions and worksheets that cover a variety of skills.
Below is also another link that will lead students to learning for many different subject areas:
*Some students already know their username and password, others have not been given an account. I have created one for them! Please email or Dojo Message me, and I will give you their username and password. On the website, there is a link to a PDF that will explain a little more about this resource and how to use it. I highly reccommend using this website, as it has many reading and math resources that can assess them on comprehension and computation.
*As you listen to your child read, mark down the words that they struggle on before telling them the word. Then have them go back each day and read they word to you, talking about the parts that they know or parts on which they struggle. This will help you both target the specific patterns that are keeping them from reading more fluently.