SUGGESTED ACADEMIC ACTIVITEIS
During this time, I encourage you to remain active learners! The suggested learning activites below, and the resources we have in our Google Classroom, will keep your brains growing. There are games, problem sets, videos, links, and more! Please let me know how I can support you. I am confident that we will work together to make the best of this situation. We will all learn as we go. Please stay in touch, stay busy at home and be well!
This is NOT a requiremnet! Everything I post is merely a suggestion. None of the work will be graded or due upon return!
Please, please, please let me know if you have any questions!!!
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This list has 40 awesome, low-tech ideas. A few of my favorites:
# 2 Measure the area and perimeter of each room in your home. Before you do this, you could watch the Flocabulary Area and Perimeter Lesson in you Math Classroom.
# 9 Stay up late and stargaze. You could even look for the constellation that you studied earlier this year. While you're looking up at the stars, you could find and describe different angles and shapes that you see. Use that math language!!
- Read for 20 minutes daily and take AR comprehension quizzes for all books that you read
- Try out Epic for free. Read books at your current reading level. Remember to take AR quizzes
- KHAN : 20 minutes daily in your mission. Also check to make sure you have completed all the assignments.
- Play a board game--some of my favorites: Qwirkle, Yahtzee, Rummikub, Monopoly, Battleship
- Cook & Bake (with parent support). Try using some fractions when baking or cooking.
- Scholastic Learn At Home: Fun daily activities
- Visit Ms. Ignoffo's website to check science plans.
- Explore the Mystery Science Videos: I enjoyed this Emoji one