PVES Parent Newsletter
Principal Note (error in copying)
There was an error in copying some of the grade level packets to digital. The missing information is listed below. If you received a packet from school it has everything.
Below is the daily assignments given by each grade level and specials class for March 17th. They will also reach out to you via email or APP used in class.
This link is to our website where you can download packets for each grade level.
Tuesday, March 17th
-Complete My Winter Hat Reading Comprehension worksheet
-Complete Compare within 5 worksheets (p37-38)
-15 minutes on iReady
-IXL.com – under the I. Consonant blends and digraphs tab – lesson 3 and 4
Math work on Time and complete pgs.315,316,&320.
On IXL do math lessons U.3 U.4, U.6 and U.8 identify time to the hour and half hour and P.1 and P.2 - R controlled vowels
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
· ELA Packet Lesson 2 (Finding the Main Topic)
Read, “Walking to the New World” and Complete Day 2 pgs 26 – 27.
· Scholastic daily book read
· Math Packet Lesson 14 (subtracting 3 digit numbers)
Complete Day 2 pgs 141 – 142.
Numbers 4 – 6 are word problems – remember CUBES
Circle important numbers, Underline the question, Box the important math words, Eliminate unnecessary info, Solve the problem.
· iReady lesson paths AND/OR IXL
Happy St. Patrick's Day! We hope your first day of at home learning went well. We learned yesterday that iReady doesn't work with Android. Your child can also practice math skills on prodigygame.com or IXL. Here is the agenda for today.
Math: Multiplication and Division
Video: Brainpopjr- Repeated Addition- Watch the video and take the easy quiz
Work Packet: pg. 51-52
iReady App (if technology is applicable)- 15-20 minutes
Multiplication Fluency Practice- Get up and Move to the 9's song
Reading: Main Idea and Key Details
Video: Main idea and key details
Work Packet: pg. 26-27, 30
IXL App (if technology is applicable)- 15-20 minutes
Video: Brainpopjr.com- Pushes and Pulls
Following watching the video the students should take the easy quiz.
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Thank you and have a great day!
-3rd Grade Teachers
Students will read the story, “The Mix-up” in the packet on page 164 and fill in the chart on page 165. After completing the chart, the students will complete the writing assignment on page 168. Grammar Practice: Watch the videos at
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ub0Qu4uxpc#action=share Relative Adverbs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHzKQkX3IxI Relative Pronouns
After watching the videos, please complete the activity IXL activity:
Packet: Students will need to read and answer the questions on page 203-204
Center: I will attach a partner center over comparing fractions that you can play with your child.
Online Practice: Students will go to the iReady webpage and practice at their level. If you have any questions or need passwords, please just message me.
I have set up a google site where I will be uploading different videos over the next two weeks. There is already an introduction video uploaded, but more should be up over the next few days. The link is below.
Computer lab students can practice the following over break:
2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades can practice their typing skills in typing.com. They do not need to log in to their account in order to practice. They will just click on students and lessons.
Kindergarten and 1st graders can play math games in ABCya.com
Library/Reading Lessons for March 23rd- 27th
*Listen to “Chester’s Way” by Kevin Henkes at https://www.storylineonline.net/books/chesters-way/ or
*Next, answer the questions or consider completing some of the activities that accompany the story at:
2nd and 3rd Grade:
*Listen to “The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake” by Robin Newman at https://www.storylineonline.net/books/missing-carrot-cake/ or https://youtu.be/-UO-fLPG1kg
*Next, answer the questions or consider completing some of the activities that accompany the story in one of the packets below:
*Listen to “Romeow and Drooliet” by Nina Laden at https://www.storylineonline.net/books/romeow-drooliet/ or https://youtu.be/nBpk9B9nuYM
*Next, answer some questions or consider doing some of the activities that accompany the story in the packet below:
A great place for students to practice reading and get ebooks is at EPIC online. However, this does require parents to sign up for a 30 day trial that must be cancelled at the end of 30 days, so as not to be charged. Many of the books are AR. If you're wondering if a book is AR, this can be determined at: https://www.arbookfind.com/ If you are interested, please go to:
United States. Searching for books with a corresponding Renaissance Accelerated Reader 360 ® quiz is easy with Accelerated Reader Bookfinder ®.Students, teachers, parents, and librarians can search in English or Spanish using criteria such as ATOS book level or a Lexile™ measure, interest level, title, author, fiction/nonfiction, subject, award-winners, state lists, CCSS Exemplars, and more.
The leading digital library for kids offering unlimited access to 35,000 of the best children’s books of all time. Sign up for a free 30 day trial to instantly access high-quality online books for kids, ebooks, audio books, quizzes, videos, and more.
To get onto AR from home, go to:
IMPORTANT NOTE: The above url is specific to our school; you will not be able to access AR without our school's account number in the url--81699. Also, if the site ever asks for the Renaissance ID it is: RP-7472599
AR will be open for testing from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. We ask that students take no more than 2 tests per day to allow for other educational work/experiences. If your child does not know his/her username or password please contact your child's classroom teacher.
**Teachers were sent their students' usernames/passwords in case the parents need this information sent to them.
Parent instructions to log on to i-Ready (our online program) at home –
1. Go to https://login.i-ready.com/
2. Click on the K-1 Card Login button
3. Use your child’s i-Ready log in card (in the zipper pouch of your child’s binder) to log your child in (your child knows how to log him/herself in at this point)
4. Click on the big green button that says “Next Lesson” to begin
5. After they complete the lesson, click on the “To Do” tab to continue to another lesson
Reading at home can make a huge difference!🙂
Choose books that are at an appropriate reading level for your child.
- Use the five finger rule. Open the book to any page and ask your child to read. Put up a finger every time your child does not know a word. If you have put up more than five fingers before the end of the page, this book may be too hard for your child.
- Choose books that match your child's interests and likes.
- Keep plenty of reading materials in your home: books, magazines, newspapers, and comic books. Children enjoy a variety of reading materials.
- HAPPY READING!
COLORFUL NAME ART
Write your child’s name with the white crayon. Alternatively, your child can write their own name.
Try to take up most of the white paper.
Now, have your kid brush watercolor over their name.
You can use one color or multiple colors. I chose to use the colors of the rainbow.
This would be a fun reinforcement of a science lesson on prisms and light!
March 30-April 3: Spring Break
April 9: Bank Day
April 10: No School Good Friday
April 13-17: Kindergarten Registration Week
April 17: Kindergarten Round-up 5-7
April 24: Progress reports
April 24: Run Day
May 1: Father/Daughter Dance
May 14: 4th Grade Award night 6 PM
May 15: Field Day
May 18: Field Day Back-up
May 18: 1st grade Award night at 5 PM
May 18: 2nd grade Award night at 6:30 PM
May 19: 3rd grade Award night at 5 PM
May 19: Kindergarten Award night at 6:30 PM
May 20: Last Full Day for Students
May 22: Report Card Day
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