1st Grade

Lessons and Activities - Week of May 11

Hello first grade panthers. Here is your recommended schedule for the week to keep sharpening your saw.


  • 60 minutes a day on reading skills like word work, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension
  • 60 minutes a day on math skills
  • 30 minutes a day on writing skills
  • 60 minutes on social studies and science
  • 30 minutes on PE, music, and/or art


Below are specific learning activities to guide your work. You can also check out additional resources by clicking the link at the bottom of the page. Click here if you receive special education services for a message from our special education team.

Important Login Information

We have put links to all apps needed on clever. To log into clever go to:

www.clever.com/in/tfsd


  • Click on Student Login (It has the colorful G)


  • The next part will be different for students as when they log into their chromebooks it automatically uses their google login to take them to their clever page.


  • Their login is your child’s district email and password.

    • Teachers will be sending out email addresses to those on Dojo/Bloomz/email.

    • Students should know their passwords as they use their passwords to log into their chromebooks. For most students it is their lunch number and first and last initials.

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Monday

Reading- We have finished our Wonders Lessons. This week we will be practicing our skills and enjoying stories.

  • 20 minutes of Istations Reading


  • Extra activities:



Writing/Grammar-

  • Write down 3-4 ideas based on writing prompt: What would you plan if you got to spend an entire day with Frog and Toad? be creative and have fun!

  • graphic organizer


Brain Breaks -


Footloose with Noodletube


Math-


Science-

For science, we are going to review something we learned way back at the beginning of school and add to what we know about it. We will be learning about animal adaptations and how they help them survive.


Social Studies –

This week we will be learning about what culture is and how different people around the world live. One of the cool things about America is we are made up from many different cultures and beliefs.


EL Students -

  • Do 30 mins. of Imagine Learning/KidBiz.


Music – Go to https://www.mydso.com/dso-kids/learn-and-listen/instruments and click on your favorite instrument- the videos have lots of cool facts and sounds to learn about!



PE: Use the following pages of the dance packet for each day. If you do not have a printer or do not want to print off the writing page you can just do it verbally instead. I hope you enjoy.

Monday: page 3 and 4

Tuesday

Reading-


  • Extra activities:



Writing/Grammar-

  • Using the planning page you did yesterday to write your final draft on the prompt: What would you plan if you got to spend an entire day with Frog and Toad? Remember capitals and end marks.

  • writing page


Brain Breaks -

Math-


Science/Social Studies –

  • Animal Adaptations at Animal Wonders - Let's go on a virtual field trip to Animal Wonders. This video is a bit long because it shows us a lot of different animals and their adaptations, because it is long you can watch all of it or half of it.


Social Studies-

Today we are going to learn about birthdays around the world. Once you have learned about them compare and contrast your birthday with other countries. What do you do that is the same? What is different? You can use a graphic organizer like a Venn Diagram to show your thinking.





EL Students -

  • Work on packet if you have one

  • Do 20 minutes iStations reading


Music – Go to http://classicalkusc.org/kids/games/oceanophony.htm to learn about classical and jazz music.



PE: Use the following pages of the dance packet for each day. If you do not have a printer or do not want to print off the writing page you can just do it verbally instead. I hope you enjoy.

Tuesday: page 5 and 6

Wednesday

Reading-


  • Extra activities:


Writing/Grammar -

  • In the frog and toad stories Frog always does nice things for Toad. Write down some ideas of things that you would do for your best friend. Save for your final draft tomorrow.

  • graphic organizer



Brain Breaks -


Math-


Science

A common type of animal adaptation is camouflage. Learn all about camouflage, then either pick an animal we learned about or pick one you already know and write about how they camouflage. You could even draw a picture to go with it. Your teacher would love to see it.


Social Studies –

Watch the videos and learn about different holidays around the world. What holiday do you think would be fun to celebrate? What is your favorite holiday?


EL Students -

  • Do 30 mins. of Imagine Learning/KidBiz.


Music – Go to https://www.starfall.com/h/ftr-music/?t=293715428 and choose a composer to learn about.



PE: Use the following pages of the dance packet for each day. If you do not have a printer or do not want to print off the writing page you can just do it verbally instead. I hope you enjoy.

Wednesday: page 7 and 8

Thursday

Reading-


  • Extra activities:


Writing/Grammar-

  • Write your final draft of nice/helpful things you would do for your friend. Remember to use capitals and end marks.

  • Writing paper

Brain Breaks -

Happy-with Kids Zumba

Math-


Science

Today we are going to focus on animals in the ocean and the adaptations they have. We know animals have two main types of adaptations: behavior and Physical. Behavior has to do with how they act and physical has to do with their bodies. Pick two ocean animals. Write about what adaptations they have that help them survive in the ocean. You can use the graphic organizer below or create your own.



/Social Studies –

Think about your family. How is it like a family like other families? How are they different? What makes your family special? Does your family have any special ways they prepare a meal? Write a few sentences, draw a picture or even make a video to explain how your family is special.



EL Students -

  • Work on packet if you have one

  • Do 20 minutes iStations reading


Music – Go to https://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/cyber-pattern-player and do some composing!



PE: Use the following pages of the dance packet for each day. If you do not have a printer or do not want to print off the writing page you can just do it verbally instead. I hope you enjoy.


Thursday: page 15 and 16

Friday

Reading-


  • Extra activities:


Writing/Grammar-

  • Write about your favorite Frog and Toad story. Give at least 3 reasons why you liked this story. Read your story to a family member, a pet, or some stuffed animals.


Brain Breaks -


Math-


Science-

Create your own animal today and figure out what adaptations it has to help keep it safe. You can draw and name your animal. Make sure you label the adaptations. Is it´s adaptation a physical or behavioral adaptation? How does it keep them safe?


Social Studies –

It is important to take time to have some fun, so here are fun crafts to try at home


EL Students -

  • Ask your parents if you can watch Liberty’s Kids at this link:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5pJi9mLIy38m2e_u3sboKQ?reload=9



Music – Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0P2NdPKcAQ and watch this fun video!


PE: Use the following pages of the dance packet for each day. If you do not have a printer or do not want to print off the writing page you can just do it verbally instead. I hope you enjoy.

Friday: page 17 and 18