Link to Weeks 11 and 12 Remote Lesson Plans 6/1/20 - 6/12/20:
All work is to be submitted to me by 6/12/20
Sight Word Wall: Sight Word Wall
Parents: If anyone has any questions regarding online assigned school work (Remote Learning), please contact me via email:
I will be on-line from 8:00am - 1:00pm.
Please go to my Google Classroom for the Daily Attendance Question.
Please continue to visit this class page and Mrs. Berger's Google Classroom for more information about educational activities you can work on with your child at home. I will continue to update both sites with new information.
Link to Google Classroom Mrs. Berger's Google Classroom
Summer Math Resources:
Math assignments can be accessed through Google Classroom or
EnVision Math Easy Bridge
EnVision Math Login Instructions for Students:
Students will use their district Google account credentials to log into Pearson EnVision Math. You will NOT use a username or password to access your Math resources and class assignments.
Please find your login instructions below:
Reading will be through RAZ-Kids. If you have not signed in your child, please do so.
- You MUST FIRST LOG INTO your district Google account (or Gmail)
- Your email is studentID@jacksonsd.org
- If this is your first time logging into Gmail, your password is welcome#jsd. or use your child's GMail password
- While still in your Gmail, go to the Apps button (waffle: 9dots at the top right).
- Click “More” at the bottom.
- Click the “Easy Bridge” icon and you will be taken directly to Pearson. Just click “Realize” in the lower right and you’re there!
- After you complete your work hit "submit". You must "log out" after you complete.
Important messages from Mr. Burgos and Mr. Levinson
Here are videos of me reading books:
*Literacy words to date: I, can, yes, no, go, stop, to, the, a, we, look, see, like, my, at, play, it, is, am, be, you, and, me, your, our, he, she, this, or, that, do, here, an, on, all, so, us, up, down, in, out, said, did, for, him, her, his, have, had, has, of, with, got, they, went, saw, all, as, if, not, want, little, jump, ball, was, say, some, boy, girl, man, woman, mom, dad, eat, read, run, ran, sit, sat, put, then, now, how, too, by, day
*Literacy letters to date: Capitals Letters - A-Z
lower case letters - a-z
Building 3 letter words: sad/sat/sap/sip/sit/map/mad/mud/rat/rap/rug/nap/nip/fit/fig/cap/cat/tap/lip
Saying and tapping out long vowel sounds for: a, e, i, o, u (rain, made, tree, bee, ice, bike, toe, soap, cube, rule)
Response Worksheet: Long Vowels
Blending Sounds: "wh" whale, white, whisk, whisper
"sh" ship, shark, shot, shop, shut
"th" think, that, thank, thin
"ch" chick, chin, check, chilly
"bl" blame, blast, blow, blue
Response Worksheet: "ck", "wh", "ck", "th", "sh"
Topic 12: Identifying Shapes
Addition and Subtraction
Math project using 2 and 3 dimentional shapes
Reading: Using your Super Reading Powers, checking your own reading that it makes sense, and taking quizes to the books you read to check comprehension.
Response Sheet: Reading response to a fiction a book.
Writing: Opinion Writing -
"What is your favorite thing about kindergarten and why?"
"Why is your dad the best dad in the world?"
Write 3 or more reasons why.
Science - Animal Information Project