April 6 - April 10th lessons
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Mrs. Scarlett's Weekly Message:

Click link below to view weekly message and shout-outs! 
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Weekly Math Assignments April 6 - April 10:

Objective: I can decompose 9, using a story. 
Vocabulary: decompose (break it up)

Watch daily math online lessons below. Follow these steps to solve the math problems below: First, read the word problem. Next, ask is something being added or taken away from? Then, draw a picture to represent the problem. After that, draw a number bond to show part, part, whole. Finally, write your number sentence. 

1. Rodney ate 6 gummy bears. Then he ate 3 gummy worms. How many pieces of candy did he eat in all?

2. Andrew ate 2 jelly beans. Kender ate 7 jelly beans. How many jelly beans did they eat?

3. Kira ate 5 strawberries. Jessica ate 4 blueberries. How many pieces of fruit did they eat altogether?

When your work is completed, text Mrs. Scarlett a picture of you and your work. Mrs. Scarlett will review and post your photo to our Distance Learning photo gallery. All assignments must be submitted by Friday, April 10th!
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Weekly Reading and Writing Assignments April 6 - April 10:

Reading: Scroll below to Online Resources, click on the link "Lots of Books." Read the story, "Family Time." 
 
Parents read aloud or click on the icon for an auto read aloud of the book, "Kids Want to Know What is COVID-19?"

Writing: First, write 3 sentences about what you like to do at home. Next, make sure you follow the writing steps below to make sure your sentences are the best! Lastly, draw a picture of one of the activities you like to do best at home. 
Mrs. Scarlett's sentence example: I like to paint at home.

Writing Steps: Make sure you follow these steps when writing your sentences: 1. Each sentence must begin with an uppercase letter. 2. Each sentence must have a finger space between each word. 3. Each sentence must end with a punctuation. 4. Read your sentence again to make sure it makes sense. Remember: If you do not know how to spell a word, tap it out!
 
When your work is completed, text Mrs. Scarlett a picture of you and your work. Mrs. Scarlett will review and post your photo to our Distance Learning photo gallery. All assignments must be submitted by Friday, April 10th!

For more FANTASTIC Read Alouds, click here for stories read by our ELA Instructional Coach, Ms. Stauber:
https://www.brownedc.org/teacher_pages/stauber/ms__stauber_s_videos_
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