See the video HERE
Ms. Pauline shared a lesson on our Space Boxes and "My Place in the Universe" starting at minute 6:15 in the recording.
Ms. Irene taught us letter sounds- /d/, /e/, /r/, /u/ at minute 13:52 in the recording and how to build words starting at minute 27:11 in the recording
Ms. Irene taught us about numbers 11-15 starting at 36:18 in the recording
Ms. Pauline read the story "Light up the Night" by Jean Reidy and Margaret Chodos-Irvine at minute 46:27 in the recording
Follow up and Extensions:
My Place in the Universe
Using the attachment, draw your city, street, and house. Cut out the pictures and make a booklet. You can also draw each part on your own in the blank copy.
Color and cut out the planets from the attachment.
Research to learn more about the Milkyway, our Solar System, Earth, North America, the USA, Colorado, and the city where you live! Older students can write about their findings.
Learn the names of the planets, make up a planet song
Learn this song on planet Earth
Write the vocabulary from this lesson: Universe, Milky Way, Solar System, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Asteroid Belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Moon, North America, United States of America, Colorado, etc...
Sandpaper Letters: /d/, /e/, /r/, /u/
Complete pages 58-65 Workbook 1 and page 75
Complete page 79 in Workbook 1 (practice both in print and cursive)
Find items in your house that start or have these sounds in them
Write these sounds in print and cursive in chalk outside
Make words using the sounds we have learned- a, m, s, t, c, i, p, o, d, e, r, u (Print your own Movable Alphabet or use Bananagrams/Scrabble/magnetic letters to write words)
See the attachment for words to write and match to pictures and words to read and match to the pictures
Practice writing in cursive and connecting the letters
Complete numbers 11-15 in Workbook 2 on pages 90-91
Print out and play number bingo with numbers 0-15
Write 11-15 on slips of paper and have your child pick a quantity to gather (rocks, dry noodles, legos, pencils, ...)
Give your child a quantity and have them write the number you gathered down
Do a number scavenger hunt, look through your house for the numbers 11-15