Updated: Mar 14, 2020
Providing these as a guideline to assist in organizing your days.
9:00-9:20 Social Emotional Learning or Current Event Style topic
10:30-10:40 Snack/Go Noodle
10:40-11:00 Reading Instruction - usually a read-aloud to demonstrate some reading strategy or concept
11:15-11:55 Art, Music, PE, Library
11:55-12:35 Reading - students read individually (IDR) while I conference with students or work with small groups
2:10-3:05 Science, Cursive, Social Studies, Special Projects, and coding
3:05 - 3:25 Clean up, Read Aloud
1. Daily Reading and letter in the Reading Journal each week.
2. Two homework packets, one of math and paired reading passages.
3. Practice times tables.
4. Read the book (s) I gave them for most students this is the novel Ranger in Time.
Your child should have a sheet with the directions for logging into Clever (our district resources). Clever gives them access to Schoology, Typing Club, Tumble Books, Office 360, and my page of other resources. We taped their various login information to the back of the direction sheet. If your child has any trouble logging in, just contact me. I will be posting resources and a book discussion for Ranger in Time on Schoology.
8:55-9:20 Warm up/ Morning Meeting
9:20-10:35 Math Block
11:15-11:55 PCP (Music,
Gym, Art, Library)
11:55-12:30 Snack/ IDR/Reading
I’d also like to let them know that I have added a discussion page on Schoology. They can go there an post how their musher is doing and just talk about the Iditarod race. I miss seeing everyone! So, I’ve also posted a video from my dining room. I will continue to post more videos (from different rooms in my house). I’m hoping it will be a platform we can use to maintain contact with each other and just say “Hey”.
Students know how to log in to ‘Schoology’, but here are the directions for you to have as well:
1) go to www.seattleschools.org
2) click “Student Family Portals”
3) click “Student Portal”
4) click “Log in with Active Directory”
5) students log in using their school email address (their username + @seattleschools.org) and their password (their birthday as 4 digits, without the year)
All students memorized their username: it is 1 + first initial + middle initial + last name
They type this username and then add: @seattleschools.org
Their password is their birthday
EXAMPLE:Student’s full name: Chase Brian Ambrose
Student’s birthday: December 23
Log In: firstname.lastname@example.org