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Today's Assignments

Monday, March 30, 2020


-Practice sight words

-Draw yourself on the beanstalk and write “(Your Name) and the Beanstalk”

-Color the pictures that begin with the letter Jj sound page


-Chapter 8 Practice (Pages 447-452)


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar


Friday, March 27, 2020


-Practice sight words- Sidewalk chalk or write on lined paper.

-Watch “Super Why, Jack and the Beanstalk” https://indiana.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/5853e048-f2a1-4c06-936e-3488c8df50af/5853e048-f2a1-4c06-936e-3488c8df50af/
**If the link doesn't work just google Super Why Jack and the Beanstalk episode.


-Write your own subtraction story problem, use numbers up to 10 (use blank story problem page) or use this story problem.

Landon had 7 books.  He gave 2 books to Brendan. How many books does he have left?


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Wednesday, March 25, 2020


-SIght Words 1-100 List-check off how many your child knows. Spread this out over the next few days or week if you have to, especially if your child is struggling.
-Golden cvc Words page


-Write your own addition story problem, use numbers up to 10 (use blank story problem page) or use my story problem. It’s your choice.

Rylan had 6 stickers.  Sarah gave her 4 more. How many do they have altogether?  Draw a picture or use real stickers if you have them and then write an addition sentence.


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Social Studies-
List of Jobs you do at your house


Monday, March 23, 2020


-Practice sight words orally

-Complete “My Little Letter Jj Book”- in the language arts packet


-Teen Numbers Group Ten sheet


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Friday, March 20, 2020


-Color star sight word page

-Circle the Jj’s on the “J is for Jesus” and “J is for Jellybean” page

-Handwriting-letter Jj page


-Subtraction Story Problem (See blank story problem page)

Cooper had 10 popsicles.  He gave 4 to Wilson. How many does he have left?  Draw a picture. Make sure you X out the ones you gave away.  Then write a subtraction sentence.


-Say a decade of the rosary

Thursday, March 19, 2020

(Would have been Faith Family Day)

-Color St. Joseph Picture for St. Joseph Day, Say a prayer to St. Joseph with your family. You can use the one I copied from Catholic.org or say your own.

O Blessed Saint Joseph, faithful guardian and protector of virgins, to whom God entrusted Jesus and Mary, I implore you by the love which you did bear them, to preserve me from every defilement of soul and body, that I may always serve them in holiness and purity of love. Amen.

Wednesday, March 18, 2020


-Practice sight words-write in sidewalk chalk

-Write about what you would grow in your garden

-Read Pig’s Jet


-Addition Story Problem (Use blank story problem page)-
Mason had five balloons. Payton gave him three more. How many do they have altogether? *Students are to draw a picture and write an addition sentence.


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar


-Cut and paste the parts of a flower

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!


-Practice sight words-write them in rainbow colors (use blank lined paper)

-Read Jack and Jill mini book

-Find things around your house or neighborhood that begin with letter Jj (orally)


-Pots of Place Value


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Kdg-2nd Grade Specials: 

March 16 - 20

K-2 PE: Students demonstrate stretches:

Arm Touching Ceiling Toe Touches Right Arm across chest

Left Arm Across Chest Right Arm Behind their head Left Arm Behind their Head

Grab Your Right Leg Grab Your Left Leg Butterfly

Have Students perform movement activity for 20 minutes

Kindergarten currently has been working on dancing in PE.

Youtube has Freeze Dancing videos that students have been practicing in class. Great for having the kids perform daily exercises!

The Dance Videos have different types of movements that the kids use in daily Physical Education classes. Feel free to find other videos to have students watch and dance too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1vdKfXlB_g&list=RDA1vdKfXlB_g&start_radio=1





*Have student dribble basketball with both right and left hand

*Have student twirl around in a hula hoop

*Playing catch 

*Kick a Soccer ball

*Go on a walk or bike ride Movement games (Twister) 

Have students show you different animal movements. Such as Bear Crawls, penguin waddles, on the floor swimming, skipping, hopping.

Get creative and find a unique activity for students to move around too.

K-2 Art: Students will draw themselves in movement.  Materials: paper, pencil, crayons, etc…. Stand in front of a mirror and observe your body standing still.  Now do some of the dance moves learned in PE during the YouTube video you watched. How is your body in movement while dancing different from your body standing still?  While dancing, were your arms vertical, diagonal or horizontal?  What about your knees? Were your knees bent? What did your feet look like?  What position were they in? Did your waist bend? Did your neck turn your head from side to side?  What about your shoulders? Was one shoulder higher than the other? What about your hands? Were you fingers curled or straight? Find a piece of paper and draw yourself dancing in movement.  Make sure you add details to your drawing.  Are you wearing shoes with laces? Socks? Barefeet?  Are you wearing sweatpants, leggings, or jeans? Are you wearing long sleeves or short sleeves?  Was your hair in your eyes? Were you wearing a hat? Don’t forget to draw details, details and more details.  

K-2 Music: Students will describe the tempo and rhythms of songs while performing movements.  

  • Steady beat/Tempo: During your dance moves from your PE assignment, (or any song that you like listening to) think about the steady beat. (The steady beat is like the heartbeat of the music - it doesn’t usually change within a song.)  Is the steady beat (or tempo) slow, medium, or fast?  

  • Rhythms & Movement: Now think about the rhythms that you are moving to for your PE assignment (or other song that you like listening to).  (The rhythm is the different duration of each sound, some sounds last for a whole beat or longer, sometimes there are two, three, or four sounds to a beat.  We have worked a lot with one sound to a beat - quarter notes (♩) and two sounds to a beat - eighth notes ( ♫ )). When did your feet make more than one move to a beat?  

  • K-2 Technology: Type a sentence that describes the movements you used for the PE assignment OR art assignment OR music rhythm assignment.  Keep a journal and write in it to help you remember. Use Google Docs to type your sentence that describes the movements that you observed.  

Other in-class WEB activities should be practiced.





Monday, March 16, 2020


-Orally practice sight words 

-Make a list of 10 CVC words ( words that have a consonant, vowel, consonant) examples: pet, dog, can, fit

-Read Pig’s Jet


-Trace, Write and color teen numbers


-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar-

September Sight Words:

is, it, to, you, a, in, of, and, the, I, like

October Sight Words:

he, was, for, on, are, as, with, his, they, like

November/December Words:

at, be, if, said, go, its, no, an, see, we

January Words:
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten

February/March Words:
but, what, were, when, can, not, all, did, your, my

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