School At Home Assignments for September 15, 2017 Kindergarten – Keep reading your Jack and Jilly book. Practice naming letter names and sounds. Write numbers 0 to 20. Practice counting items at home: all the windows, all the forks, your shoes 1st Grade – Practice their sight words: as, with, his, they, I, back, pack, stack, sock, lock. They can work on addition sentences that equal 4: (4+0, 3+1, 2+2, 1+3, 0+4). Students can also read. If they have internet access, they can go to go.hallco.org and read on RAZ-Kids or practice math on MobyMax. If parents need their child’s login information, they can email their child’s teacher or send a message on Class Dojo. 2nd Grade – Our assignment for second graders is to practice skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s and write the numbers. They can read a book and write about the beginning, middle, and end of the story. 3rd Grade – Practice cursive writing. Practice writing multiplication facts 0 through 8 (ex: 0x1=0……8×8=64) 4th Grade – Think about the social studies unit you are currently learning about. Use natural resources (tree branches, leaves, rocks, etc) to build a shelter that the Native Americans would have lived in. Write about the materials you used and why. Be sure to use descriptive details. If possible, take pictures to share with your teacher and classmates. 5th Grade – Check your dojo messages. Teachers sent assignments via dojo.
Dear Families, This is a message from Beth Skarda at Sugar Hill Elementary. Today we have another “school from home day.” Please see the assignments below for K-5 students. Kindergarten – Practice writing letters A to Z. Practice writing your name 5 times 1st Grade – Practice writing your addition facts. If you have your sight word list at home with you, practice writing or saying your sight words. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade– Write a paragraph about your experience with the storm this week or you can write a paragraph about hurricanes. 5th grade – Each teacher sent a dojo message to parents about assignments.
This is a message from Beth Skarda at Sugar Hill Elementary School. Many families are still without power and internet. On Friday, all homeroom teachers sent each child home with an extra book to read in preparation for possible school at home work. Please use the book for today for the School At Home assignment. For younger children, repeated readings of the same text builds fluency. For older children, reading three chapters of a book would be an appropriate amount to read for today. For an extra challenge, you can ask your child to draw or write a summary of the beginning, middle, and end of the book that they read.