E-Learning Day

  • eLearning Assignments for Tuesday, November 12, 2019

    *If you have any questions, please email me at kmickeylopez@mcas.k12.in.us.  I will be available online throughout the day.

    **If your child is unable to particpate in online learning, a learning packet was also sent home yesterday. He/She may complete that instead of the assignments below. Your child MUST complete either the online assignments OR the packet to be counted as present on the eLearning day. If you do not complete either assignment, your child will be counted as absent for today! 

    Assignments from today's eLearning are due Friday, November 15, 2019.

    Our class has NO SPECIALS today!



    I can... attend to group reading activities and answer questions about what I have read!

    I can read a variety of literature!

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1. Read pages 1-4 of the news article "Podcasts for Kids." 

            Podcasts for Kids

    2. After you have read, answer the questions on pages 10-11.  

    3. Turn in to teacher when you return to school.

    4. For extra practice, watch the videos below on the letters L and P:

           ABCmouse- Letter L

           ABCmouse- Letter P



    I can... write uppercase and lowercase letters!

    Steps of the Lesson: 

    1. On a piece of paper, practice writing the following vocabulary words:





    2. Try to write each word (or the first letter of each word, so p, l, n, and i) at least two times each.

    3. Write your name 3-4 times for extra practice (with help if needed).

    4. Give your paper to your teacher when you return to school.



    I can... complete addition and subtraction facts within 10!

    I can... solve story problems!

    I can... count to 20!

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1. Complete the two story problems, using circles or objects around your house to help you. Write your answer on a piece of paper:

          On Tuesday a class listened to 1 podcast. On Thursday the class listened to 2 podcasts. How many podcasts did the class listen to altogether?

          Last week my sister listened to 10 stories. This week my sister listened to 6 stories. How many more stories did my sister listen to last week than this week? 

    2. Listen to the following video:

          Jack Hartmann- Count by 10 to 100

    3. On the same piece of paper, write numbers 0-10. For more advanced students, write numbers to by 10 to 100 (0, 10, 20...) 

    4. Give your paper to your teacher when we return to school.


    Social Studies

    I can... learn about current events!

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1. Click on the link to view the 25 Best Podcasts for Kids:

           25 Best Podcasts for Kids

    2. Which one do you think would be fun to listen to?

    3. Be ready to share answer with your teacher when you get back to school!