Cube Conversations - finding patterns and adding up cubes in 3D configurations. Using language to help communicate ideas.
I can identify and describe 2D shapes and 3D figures.
I can identify and use the terms "sides" and "vertices" for 2D shapes and the terms "faces," "edges," and "vertices" for 3D figures.
I can describe the skeletons of 3D figures (the shapes used, the number of edges, faces, and vertices).
I can sort and classify 2D and 3D shapes by their properties.
I can practice all strands of math independently in my workbook then get help for concepts I don't understand yet.
Monday: Patterns & Algebra
Tuesday: Number Sense
Wednesday: Geometry and Spatal Sense
Friday: Data Management
I can read indpendently for up to 20 minutes.
I can share my reading choices with others.
I can use my knowledge of letter sounds and combinations to make words with different sets of letters.
I can break down words into vowels, consonants, and syllables, and work on rhyming, writing sentences, and finding more words with those letters.
I can write independently, sounding out words and using my resources to spell words.
I can use full sentences, including capital letters and ending punctuation.
I can use picture and word prompts to support my writing.
I can practice different aspects of language in my workbook then get help for concepts I don't understand yet.
Monday: Sentences and Punctuation
Tuesday: Grammar and Usage
Wednesday: Vocabulary and Figurative Language
Thursday: Phonics, Spelling, and Word Skills
Friday: Writing Prompt
SCIENCE Mystery Doug
I can build an island with at least 3 different landforms and identify the landforms.
SOCIAL STUDIES Global Indigenous People
I can identify different aspects of life for the Indigenous People of Canada (Metis, Inuit, and First Nations). I can answer questions about their background, worldview, arts, traditional gender roles, clothing, transportation, food, and shelter based on information provided.
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING Second Step Lesson 19 - Pick a Solution
With adult support, students will be able to pick a solution for a given problem and explain why they chose it.