Step-Up Ceremony

Pre-K 2 and 3 Step-up Ceremony Monday, June 15 9:30 am

Please use meeting ID: 874-346-4474  Password: 685866

Looking forward to seeing all of my babies tomorrow!

Car Parade at 12PM in front of OLGCA. Line up is on 100th Street- Gemma’s mom will lead the way!

I LOVE YOU ALL!!!! I promise to TRY not to cry tomorrow! 

Grade 3: Week of 6/8-6/12

This week, the third grade will…

  • Complete Grammar Unit 6: Capitalization, Punctuation and Spelling.
  • Write to support an opinion with reasons in Reading.
  • Review Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Perimeter and Area in Math.
  • Complete Chapter 12: God Calls Us to Holiness in Religion.
  • Review map skills in Social Studies.

*Please write your name, date and subject on the top of all of your work.

Please submit classwork to jfrey@olgcahb.org by 6 pm on the dates listed below. You can submit assignments by sending images of your workbook/writing or typing into the body of the email if preferred (when possible). If an assignment is posted to Google Classroom, you can also mark your answers and submit directly.

Tentative Graded Assignments:

  • Religion: Ch. 12 Open-Book Quiz – Monday, 6/8 – Tuesday, 6/9
  • ELA: Final – Friday, 6/12.
  • Social Studies: Map Assignment – Friday, 6/12
  • Complete any remaining assignments: Country Report, Writing Assignment on France, Parish Symbols Assignment, Area and Perimeter Blueprint Project, Lorax WS’s.
  • Next week – Religion: Unit 2 Test – Monday, 6/15

Monday 6/8:

*Zoom Meeting at 1:30 pm: Reading, Social Studies

  • Grammar: Complete page 229 (only) from the Unit 6 Review. Skip questions #22-24. This will count toward an open-book assignment for this unit so check all answers before sending an image of your work.
  • Reading: Read Deforestation Facts: Link on Google Classroom.
  • Using this list and the reasons given in The Great Kapok Tree, The Lorax video and the Deforestation Debate WS that we read last week, pick 3 of the most important points that support your opinion regarding deforestation. Let me know your 3 ideas so I can confirm that they all support your main argument before you begin the project.
  • Math: Complete #’s 42-47 in the review packet and send an image of your work.
  • Religion: Complete Chapter 12: Open-Book Quiz on page 154 and send an image of your work by tomorrow.
  • Social Studies: Add any major mountain ranges to your map and draw a compass rose. Review the meaning of vocabulary on Zoom: compass rose, cardinal directions, continent, distance scale, border, equator.

Specials:

Tuesday 6/9:

*Zoom Meeting at 1:30 pm: Math

  • Reading: ELA Final – Write your topic sentence and reason #1. Add any supporting details that explain the consequences or tell why this is important.
  • Math: Complete the review packet (#47-52) together on Zoom.
  • Religion: Complete Chapter 12: Open-Book Quiz on page 154 and send an image of your work. If you have finished this, begin reviewing the past unit in preparation for the upcoming test (pages 93-153).
  • Social Studies: Continue working on your map assignment and questions (questions have been added to the assignment description on Google Classroom). You will have until Friday to work on this and send an image of your work.

Specials:

  • Art – Check your Art Google Classroom page for assignments: Class code: l7w2mto

Wednesday 6/10:

*Zoom Meeting at 1:30 pm: Grammar

  • Reading: ELA Final – Write reason #2. Add any supporting details that explain the consequences or tell why this is important.
  • Math: Work on final review assignment. You will have today, tomorrow and Friday to complete these problems and send an image of your work. This is a graded assignment so do your best and check your work.
  • Religion: Review pages 93-153 and complete the Unit 2 Test on pages 167-168 (due on Friday). It is open book.
  • Social Studies: Continue working on your map assignment and questions (questions have been added to the assignment description on Google Classroom). You will have until Friday to work on this and send an image of your work.

Thursday 6/11:

*Zoom Meeting at 1:30 pm: Math

  • Reading: ELA Final – Write reason #3. Add any supporting details that explain the consequences or tell why this is important. Finish with your conclusion. Send an image of your complete project by tomorrow, 6/12.
  • Math: Work on final review assignment. You will have today and tomorrow to complete these problems and send an image of your work. This is a graded assignment so do your best and check your work.
  • Religion: Review pages 93-153 and complete the Unit 2 Test on pages 167-168 (due tomorrow). It is open book.
  • Social Studies: Continue working on your map assignment and questions (questions have been added to the assignment description on Google Classroom). Send an image of your work by tomorrow.

Specials:

  • Handwriting – Check the Handwriting Google Classroom page for assignments. Class code: qo5j3qw

Friday 6/12:

*No Zoom Meeting today

Complete and submit the following today:

ELA: Complete and send an image of your final project.

Social Studies: Complete and send images of your map and questions.

Math: Complete and send an image of the final review assignment.

Religion: Complete and send an image of the Unit 2 Test on pages 167-168 by next Monday, 6/15. You can submit earlier if you’re ready.

Specials:

Grade 4: Week of 5/25-5/29

All specific assignments will be posted in Google Classroom

 

ELA: 

Students will read an article in Storyworks about a remarkable effort to save Jewish children from the Nazis before World War II. They will learn about the rise of antisemitism and its consequences.

Grammar:

Students will continue working in Grammar Workshop on Unit 5:  Pronouns.  

Math:

This week we are continuing Chapter 9:  Relate Fractions to Decimals.  

Religion:

This week the students will learn that the eigth commandment teaches the importance of learning and living the truth that comes from God.

Social Studies:

This week the students will wrap up Chapter 7 Lesson 2:  Early New York State.  They will explain how Iroquis lands in New York became open for settlement,  compare geographic factors that influenced the location of several New York Cities, and identify the causes of the War of 1812.

Science:

To be announced.

 

 

******Please check each special subject’s assignment on the day that we normally would have that subject.******

 

Grade 4: Week of 5/4-5/8

This week, the fourth grade will…

  • continue the novel Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor  
  • continue Math- Chapter 8:  Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers.
  • wrap up Religion- Chapter 16:  The Fifth Commandment.
  • begin Religion- Chapter 17 The Sixth Commandment
  • begin Social Studies—Chapter 7 Constitution and Statehood Lesson 1 A New Constitution
  • begin Science- Chapter 10 Lesson 2:  What is Speed?

 

 

 

Tentative Classwork/Homework:

 

Monday:

ELA:

1.Read or listen to Shiloh Chapters 10-12.
2.Complete Shiloh Chapters 10-12 digital packet in Google Classroom. (Due Tuesday)

 

Math:

  1. By 9:00 am watch the Interactive Student Edition video found on Think Central:

Sign into Think Central.  Click on the yellow tab “Interactive Student Edition.  Then click on Chapter 8: Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers. Finally, click on Lesson 8.4:  Multiply a Fraction or Mixed Number by a Whole Number.

 

  1. We will Zoom at 9:30. Zoom meeting number will be in my Google Classroom Math stream.  On the Zoom we will unlock the problems on pages 475-477 together.

 

  1. Complete and turn in to Google Classroom: Lesson 8.4 Multiply a Fraction or Mixed Number by a Whole Number Reteach Worksheet.

 

Social Studies:

Read Chapter 7 Constitution and Statehood Lesson 1 A New Constitution pages 222-231.  Answer assigned questions.  This is not due until Wednesday. 

 

Religion:

Read Chapter 16 Day 4 Promoting peace is a way to respect life on pages 190 – 191.

Answer the assigned questions.    

 

Tuesday:

ELA:

Complete work from Monday.

 

Math:

  1. By 9:00 am watch the YouTube video I posted on Multiplying a Fraction or a Mixed Number by a Whole Number
  2. We will Zoom at 9:30. Zoom number will be in my Google Classroom Math stream.  On the Zoom we will unlock the problems on pages 478-480 together.

 

  1. Independently complete Think Central 8.4. I will be able to check your progress online.  Please take these assignments seriously.  Do your work in your notebook and submit the answers in Think Central. 

 

Social Studies:  Complete work from Monday.

 

Science:

  1. Watch EdPuzzle video on Speed and answer questions. I can see your answers online.  You can rewatch parts of the video as often as you like before you answer the questions.
  2. Read pages 445-447 in your Science book.  Answer the questions on these pages and submit to Google classroom.  This is due by Thursday. 

 

Religion:

Complete Chapter 16 Test in your Religion book and turn into Google Classroom.  This will be graded.

 

 

Wednesday:

ELA:

  1. Read or listen to Shiloh Chapters 13-15.
    2. Complete Shiloh Chapters 13-15 Digital Packet in Google Classroom. (Due Thursday)

 

Math:

  1. By 9:00 am watch the Interactive Student Edition video found on Think Central:

Sign into Think Central.  Click on the yellow tab “Interactive Student Edition.” Then click on Chapter 8: Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers Finally, click on Lesson 8.5:  Problems Solving – Comparison Problems with Fractions.

 

  1. We will Zoom at 9:30. Zoom number will be in my Google Classroom Math stream.  On the Zoom we will unlock the problems on pages 481-483 together.

 

  1. Complete and turn in to Google Classroom: Lesson 8.5 Problem Solving – Comparison Problems with Fractions Reteach Worksheet.

  

Social Studies:

Complete work from Monday.

 

Science:  Watch Ed Puzzle:  Speed and Velocity song.

 

Religion:

Read Chapter 17 Day 1 God creates each person with the ability to show and share love.  Answer the assigned questions.

 

Thursday:

ELA:

Complete work from Wednesday.

 

Math:

  1. By 9:00 am watch the YouTube video I posted on Problem Solving – Comparison Problems with Fractions
  2. We will Zoom at 9:30. Zoom number will be in my Google Classroom Math stream.  On the Zoom we will unlock the problems on pages 484-486 together.

 

  1. Independently complete Think Central 8.5. I will be able to check your progress online.  Please take these assignments seriously.  Do your work in your notebook and submit the answers in Think Central. 

 

Science:

  1. Complete assignment from Tuesday if you have not done so.
  2. Watch new assigned Ed Puzzle video on Velocity and Acceleration and answer the questions.
  3. Read pages 448-449 in your Science book.
  4. Answer the questions on these pages and submit to Google Classroom.

 

Religion:

 Read Chapter 17 Day 2 We are called to chastity.  Answer the assigned questions.

 

 

Friday:

ELA:

1.)  Read a book of your choice for 20 minutes.

2.)  Free Write about anything!  Here are some ideas in case you have writer’s block:

  • Quarantine
  • Homeschool
  • Family Time
  • A creative, made up story
  • A nonfiction piece about a topic you know well

 

 

Math:

Complete Think Central Chapter 8 Review.  I will be able to see that you completed this assignment on Think Central. Please take this seriously.  Look back at the work that we completed together in Chapter 8 of the Math book.

Pre- K C Unit 9 – Babies

 

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Babies

Essential Question

What are babies ?

Focus Questions

  • What do human babies need?
  • What can we learn about animal babies?
  • How do babies change?

Student Outcomes

Enduring understandings that the student should have by the end of the unit:

  • Human babies need special food and care
  • Animal babies need special food and care
  • There are similarities and differences in the ways babies are cared for. 
  • All babies grow 

Afternoon Zoom Meeting

Hi everyone! Beginning this week we will have a second Zoom call on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 12:15pm

The code will be the same as the morning meeting ID #: 874-346-4474

At this meeting we will be doing music and movement, singing and show and tell.  We will choose 4 children for show and tell each week.  They may show us a pet, a toy or tell us something they would like us to know!

Earth Day and week of 4/20

This week we will be discussing Earth Day and what we can do to help keep our planet clean! Please print the packet below to use throughout our lessons this week. I will be scheduling a time with parents to visit the children beginning at the end of this week.  This will be a socially distant visit.  Mickey Mouse has something very important for me to give your children! 

pre k 3 packet week of April 20

WORKBOOK!!!! : )

I have put together over 100 pages of review in a “workbook” that you can print out for your child from number writing, counting and connect the dots to color review sheets and rhyming worksheets.  This is not mandatory work but  things that can keep the children busy and happy.  You can even send a text to me of their finished page and I can give it a “sticker” and send it back.  I will continuously post enrichment ideas and activities. Love you all!

Pre k 3 workbook

ZOOM MEETING ID & TOMORROW

Going forward our new Zoom Meeting ID will be 876-346-4474

For tomorrow please have crayons, some blank paper and the “long and short” worksheet available.

I’m loving all of the Spring pictures I am receiving.  Don’t forget to send your child’s drawing if you haven’t already done so.

See you in the morning!

xoxo

Mrs. I

SUCCESS

Our first “meeting” was a success.  It was so good to see all of those happy faces that I miss so very much.  

Your child can work on the St. Patrick’s Day Itsy bitsy Book during the day and color the rainbow in ROY G BIV order tonight for homework.  I’m working on having the meetings last a little longer.  ZOOM has had a major uptick in demand with the events happening around us so they are limiting meetings right now.

Please have the worksheet Picture Letter Match “Uu” and the “Uu” Itsy Bitsy Book available for tomorrow’s lesson!

I wish you all a happy St. Patrick’s Day! We will find normalcy at the end of the rainbow.

See you all tomorrow morning!!!

XOXO

Mrs. I