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Mr. Avila Story Time: The Day the Crayons Quit
Enjoy the first episode of Mr. Avila Story Time!Uploaded 3 days ago
Where the Wild Things are Read Aloud
1. What lesson do you think Max learned?Uploaded 2 days ago by J Plaza
2. Why did Max get sent to his room?
3. Why did Max give up being the king of the Wild Things?
4. How did the Wild Things feel when Max wanted to leave? Why?
5. What do you think mischief means as used in the beginning of the story?
No, David! read aloud
I read the book "No, David!" and talk a little about writing in JournalsUploaded 5 days ago by Rachel Lara
Week of March 30, 2020 "Penguin Chick"
This week's focus will be about main idea and details. Please watch the video to listen to a portion of the read aloud with an explanation about main idea and details.Uploaded a week ago by Vandana Suthar
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Learning at Home
I am attaching another idea for letter-sound practice for all of the children. Please allow your child to watch the video and then encourage them to create a drawing of items that start with the letter t. Families could also extend the activity by clapping the syllables of the words that start with the t sound.Uploaded a week ago by Kathryn Wheatley-Koentopp
3 Little Pigs Puppet Show
3/23/2020 I talk about fairy tales, characters, and retell a familiar story for our students. Check ClassTag for the puppet materials I shared, if you'd like to make your own puppet show at home! Or draw your characters on paper and tape them to a pen like I did, and you can share your own puppet show with your family! :)Uploaded a week ago by Rachel Lara
Pete the Cat read aloud
3/20/2020: My first read-aloud, I share one of our class's favorite books, "Pete the Cat!" What will happen as Pete walks down the street in his brand-new button up shirt? Click to find out!Uploaded a week ago by Rachel Lara
Reading at Home
Read aloud of I’ll Wait Mr. Panda, after reading with your child encourage them to draw about the story. Open-ended questions like what was your favorite part or what character do you like best build vocabulary.Uploaded 2 weeks ago by Kathryn Wheatley-Koentopp
Try to encourage your child to label their pictures with words or letters.
Another activity would be to have your child tell you what happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story.
Learning at Home
Simple math activities at home, practice counting with whatever you have on hand. Mix up the numbers and help your child put them in order, flip certain numbers over and encourage them to find the missing number.Uploaded 2 weeks ago by Kathryn Wheatley-Koentopp