# E-Learning Day 12 - 3-18-2020

• Welcome to our E-Learning Day #12!

Today’s date is Wednesday, March 18, 2020.  Below you will find your assignments for the day!

*I can be reached by email if you have any questions. kpryor02@mcas.k12.in.us

* Please label each day's assignment AND PAPER CLIP/STAPLE all assignments.

* Please pay attention to which math book you will be working out of EACH day. It will either be PRACTICE AND PROBLEM SOLVING or INSTRUCTION BOOK. There is a difference!

**MAKE SURE TO COMPLETE THE EXIT TICKET FOR EACH DAY! THIS WILL COUNT FOR ATTENDANCE!!**

Steps of the lesson: (30 to 45 minutes)

2. Choose an informational book on any topic such as a certain animal, weather, or planet. If you do not have a book, you can click on one of the links listed below.

Weather

Whales

Tigers

5.. After you have finished your story, write at least three things that you learned about your topic.

Work to be turned in: three questions and three answers.

WRITING

I CAN….. write sentences about a topic and use correct punctuation and capitalization.

Steps of the Lesson: (30 minutes)

1.Imagine that you are a leprechaun at the end of the rainbow.

1. Describe what life is like living at the end of the rainbow. What do you see? How do you guard the pot of gold? What do you do during your time there?

3.Write 5 or more sentences describing what it is like being a leprechaun at the end of the rainbow! (Remember to sound out your words. Parents aren’t allowed to spell for you.)

Work to be turned in: 5 or more sentences describing what your life is like at the end of the rainbow.

Math

I CAN…...... count from any number on the 120 chart.

Steps of the Lesson: (30minutes)
1. Watch the “120 Chart”  Day 2 Video

1. Complete pages 119-121 in your iReady Math INSTRUCTION BOOK. NOT the Practice and Problem Solving Book.
2. Answer these questions: How is counting on 2 like adding 2? How is counting on 5 like adding 5? How is counting on 1 like adding 1? How did you know what numbers to write to complete the sentences in Problem 3 on page 121? What is another way that you can count on the 120 chart?

Work to be turned in: INSTRUCTION BOOK PAGES 119-121 and answers to the questions

EXIT TICKET