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Daily Schedule

Miss Shields Class

5 months ago

By Ariana Shields

Math

We have sent home the math books for each student, along with a parent letter that details what work to do when. It is important that the work be done in the order outlined or it will not make sense to your child. 

Reading/ELA

We are recommending that students engage in at least 20 minutes of reading per day. We have sent home a packet of reading passages with questions. Some of the packet also introduces science and social studies topics. These packets are a great resource for EOG prep and reading comprehension. 

Science/Social Studies

We have sent home a packet of reading materials that includes science and social studies content. The worksheets provided also work on reading comprehension skills, specifically with non-fiction text/graphs. 


Helpful Websites 


MobyMax For ELA and math work. They also have spelling, vocabulary, science and social studies that students are free to work on

Zearn lessons aligned to Common Core and based on Eureka Math

IXL: learning site for Math, English, Science, and Social Studies; set up a free 30-day trial

BrainPop videos and activities that categorize content by subject, grade, and Common Core standards

Mystery Science offers open-and-go lessons that inspire kids to love science

Epic fiction and nonfiction read-to-me and audiobooks covering various subjects

Scholastic Learn at Home videos, articles, and content by grade span (PK/K, 1-2, 3-5)

Great Minds (Eureka) online resources for ELA, Math, and Science, including teacher-led recorded lessons with student resources

ABCYa for games aligned to Common Core for math and reading