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Kindergarten Remote Learning Assignments
Below are your daily assignments. You will need to pull assignments from the packet that came home. They are labeled by subject area. Please contact me through ClassDojo or email if you have any questions! Also, there are special activities for specials classes listed below as well.

MISHAWAKA CATHOLIC SCHOOL

REMOTE LEARNING CALENDAR

2020

March 16



Remote learning

March 17



Remote learning

March 18



Remote learning

March 19



Remote learning-FF!

March 20



Remote learning

March 23



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March 24




March 25



Remote learning

March 26

March 27



Remote learning

March 30



Remote learning

March 31



Remote learning

April 1

April 2

April 3



No School Spring Break

April 6



No School

Spring Break

April 7



No School

Spring Break

April 8



No School

Spring Break

April 9



No School

Spring Break

April 10



No School

Spring Break

April 13



No School

Spring Break

April 14




April 15

April 16

April 17



PLEASE FILL OUT ATTENDANCE DAILY BY CLICKING THIS LINK:
Mrs. Kaczynski's Attendance


Week of March 16th

Monday, March 16, 2020

Reading/Phonics

-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 mini book Math

-Trace, Write and color teen numbers

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

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

Reading/Phonics

-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)

Math

-Pots of Place Value

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Wednesday, March 18, 2020 Goodmorning Kindergarten! I miss you all and I am so proud of all of you for working at home. You are all rockstars! Way to go parents, too!

Reading/Phonics

-Practice sight words-write in sidewalk chalk (small box of chalk should have come in envelope)

-Write about what you would grow in your garden

-Read Pig’s Jet

Math

-Addition Story Problem (Use blank story problem page to draw picture and write addition sentence): Lily has 5 red flowers. Sofia has 4 blue flowers. How many flowers do they have altogether?

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Science

-Cut and paste the parts of a flower

Thursday, March 19, 2020 Please make sure you are filling out the attendance form daily!! Link is posted above.

(Would have been Faith Family Day)

-Color St. Joseph Picture for St. Joseph Day, Say a prayer to St. Joseph with your family/do something fun as a family YOU ARE ALL DOING A GREAT JOB! :)

Friday, March 20, 2020

Reading/Phonics

-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

Math

-Subtraction Story Problem (See blank story problem page)

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

Religion

-Say a decade of the rosary


Week of March 23rd

Monday, March 23, 2020

Reading/Phonics

-Practice sight words orally

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

Math

-Teen Numbers Group Ten sheet

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Reading/Phonics

-Sight Words 1-100 List-check off how many your child knows

-Golden cvc Words page

Math

-Solve the addition story problem. Use the story problem page. Draw a picture and write the addition sentence.-Helen had 6 stickers. Aubrey 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.

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar

Social Studies List of Jobs you do at your house (in Social Studies packet)

Friday, March 27, 2020

Reading/Phonics

-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/

Math

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

Gracie had 7 books.  He gave 2 books to Tobias. How many books does he have left?

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar


Monday, March 30, 2020

Reading/Phonics

-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

Math

-Chapter 8 Practice (Pages 447-452)

Religion

-Complete a square from the Lenten calendar




 


Specials assignments

Kdg-2nd Grade Specials: 

 March 23 - 27

K-2 PE: Activities K-2  Makeup PE Class #2


STUDENTS PLEASE CONTINUE TO BE ACTIVE AND MOVE!!!! MR. PATTON MISSES ALL OF YOU!!!!


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 25 minutes

OPTIONS FOR ACTIVITIES:

*Have student dribble basketball with both right and left hand

*Have student twirl around in a hula hoop

*IF You have a Playground/Swing Set in your backyard utilize that

*Playing catch 

*Playing fetch with a dog

*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.

Dancing- Last Week I posted movement youtube links email cpatton@mcmish.org if you need any help locating them

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

* PARENTS IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEND PHOTOS OF YOUR CHILD DOING AN ACTIVITY!!! FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME WITH THE PHOTO AT cpatton@mcmish.org







K-2 Art:  

MARCH 23 - 27  

Using the figure drawing of your body in movement that you worked on last week, design a background behind your figure.    Your figure drawing will be in the foreground. You could also cut out your figure drawing and then glue or tape it on the finished background.  Use whatever materials you have at home like markers, crayons, watercolors, tempera, colored pencils, pastels, etc…. You could make a pattern. Remember that patterns repeat. APPLES, ORANGES, PEACHES, PEARS, APPLES, ORANGES, PEACHES, PEARS.  You could place yourself on stage!!!! You could place yourself in the GYM as your background with Mr. Patton or dancing in the MUSIC room with a tambourine with Mrs. Miller. Whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong because this is YOU and you are awesome.  Send me a pic of your finished composition. VOCABULARY- Foreground, Middleground, Background, Pattern.


MARCH 16 -20 - SINCE THIS LESSON BUILDS ON LAST WEEKS, I AM KEEPING IT HERE TO TICKLE YOUR BRAIN TO REMEMBER WHAT YOU DID LAST WEEK!!!

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.   VOCABULARY- movement, figure drawing, lines: vertical, diagonal, horizontal, curvy, zig zag 


PARENTS, PLEASE SEND A PHOTO OF YOUR STUDENT’S ASSIGNMENT!!!  I WILL RECORD IT IN POWERSCHOOL.



K-2 Music: Students will describe the dynamics (volume) of sounds or music heard around the house/neighborhood. 


  • Dynamics: In class we have talked about loud and soft sounds.  In musical terms we call this forte (loud) and piano (soft).  Make a T-chart with the words “forte” and “piano” at the top.  Listen to sounds around your house and write them in one of the two columns (or have an older sibling or parent help you write them). 

  • Here is a great video that teaches soft and loud dynamics through a fun music video! 



K-2 Technology:

Practice in-class WEB activities. Typing.org (You do not need to sign in, just click “For Students” button.  If students want to do code.org they can practice Course A.


https://www.typing.com/

https://code.org/student/elementary





 

 




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Practice these sight words: your, when, did, were, all, what, not, but, my, can




Y are to go on a letter Gg hunt. See if you can find any objects that begin with the /Gg/ sound. Just do this orally at home, it does not need to be turned in.



Math: 


Practice 1.8 pages. Due on Friday!


Reading/Phonics:


You are to go on a letter Gg hunt. See if you can find any objects that begin with the /Gg/ sound. Just do this orally at home, it does not need to be turned in.



Math: 


Practice 1.8 pages. Due on Friday!


Reading/Phonics:


You are to go on a letter Gg hunt. See if you can find any objects that begin with the /Gg/ sound. Just do this orally at home, it does not need to be turned in.



Math: 


Practice 1.8 pages. Due on Friday!


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