Ms Ray's Kindergarten
SUGGESTED LEARNING ACTIVITIES DURING SCHOOL CLOSURERangers Updates:**Wednesday, March 25 - Friday March 27: Continue enjoying the suggested learning activities below.**Friday, March 27: Look for an email that invites you to a Zoom meeting at 10:00 a.m. Students and parents will join me in our first virtual morning meeting!**3/30 - 4/3: Week One Pilot of our Phase One Distance Learning Plan**4/6 - 4/10: Spring Break (no school)**4/13 - 4/17: Week Two of our Phase One Distance Learning PlanAfter the two week pilot, we will assess and possibly adjust our plan : )If you need to ask a question, you can email me here: email@example.comHAVE FUN Y'ALLMs Ray suggests copying this schedule and posting near a central work station. Some students can create their own version of this. Maybe have your student illustrate each section:**Ideas for Morning Academic Time: card games, board games, dot to dots, Mad Libs, directed drawing, flash cards, printable Spring activities, journal writing, or workbooks you might have at home.**Ideas for Afternoon Academic Time:Take a virtual field trip. Respond to your trip with pictures, numbers and words.Phonics:1) Go to lalilo.com and turn on your sound2) Click on the Blue "Log In" button up on the top right3) Click "I am a Student"4) Click on the "Play button Arrow"5) Type in school code NUUGMA6) Click on Ms Ray's Class7) Click on your name8) Click on the "Play Button Arrow" (make sure your sound is on)9) You will begin with a skill assessment (which they call "training), it only takes about 10 minutes.10) Keep going and learning!NOTE: If the sound doesn't work the first time, refresh and try again.Sight Words:Review our 100 Dolch Sight words!If it is too easy, try it with the sound OFF.
1) Choose from the list of read aloud books.
2) When you are done listening to the story, choose from some of the following comprehension questions. You can discuss them with your parent or write about them on paper.
**What was the setting of the story?
**Who were the main characters? Did they have a problem? What was it?
**Did they solve their problem? How?
**What was your favorite part of the story?
**What happened first? Next? Last?
**If you could write the story again, what would the ending be?
Create this clock and learn how to tell analog time!
***For afternoon "fresh air" time ideas, go here. These include Science and STEM activities!
***Here is a Helpful Parent Resource from a local mountain teacher.
***Links to Ms Ray's Favorite Youtube videos:
**Check back for more updates each week!