WELCOME TO OUR
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!
ENJOY READING THIS SUMMER
PRACTICE YOUR MATH FACTS, TOO!
JACKSON LIBERTY HS STUDENTS HAVE RECORDED SOME READ ALOUDS FOR STUDENTS TO ENJOY OVER THE SUMMER - CHECK IT OUT
JLHS National Honor Society presents “Quarantales”:
Charlotte's Web by EB White
ENVISION MATH LOGIN INFORMATION
Student accounts are actually already active for Pearson Math. Students may sign into Google Mail using this process. If you do not know the student id# for your child, please e-mail me or Mr. Autenrieth @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Google Username is - studentid# @jacksonsd.org
Google Password is - initials and student id (no caps or spaces). For example, Martha Bonner would be mb123456.
Once signed in, go to Google Apps (top right) and click, then scroll down until you see the Easy Bridge app. Click there - and then select Pearson Realize! Now you will have access to your current 2nd grade Pearson interactive math book!
NEW ONLINE RESOURCES
Our class is now registered in Epic where you can go to find thousands of books to read.
Go to www.getepic.com/students Our class code is tmc0828
- Raz-Kids and Headsprout are offering the chance to create free parent accounts.
- Click on the link above. Then scroll down to the bottom to where it says Raz-Kids or Headsprout and click "Start Subscription."
- For the question "Are you signing up for a classroom or home?" click "family or home." Then click "new customer."
- Fill in your name, zip code, email, occupation and the rest of the information it asks for, then create a username.
- An email will be sent asking you to confirm your account and then it should bring you to the Raz-Kids home screen.
- If you click Resources, you can explore leveled books or series, and there is also an assessment section as well. The process is the same for Headsprout.
Freckle.com class code: es2j5g
Students may enjoy visiting ArtHub for kids on YouTube and GoNoodle.com.
Dear Families and Caregivers, We know that missing school isn’t easy for your kids—or for you. But we also know that there are simple ways to turn unexpected time at home into exciting opportunities for your students to learn, think, and grow. That is why we’ve created Scholastic’s Learn at Home website. This free resource provides your children with 20* days of exciting articles and stories, videos, and fun learning challenges. Children can complete them anytime, in any order. They can work on their own or together with you and your family @ www.scholastic.com/learnathome. Our active learning journeys are available on any device and will provide your child with up to three hours’ worth of exciting learning experiences per day. They can go on virtual field trips, meet best-selling authors, or dig deep into a topic they love. We hope that you and your children stay safe and healthy, and wish you the best of luck during this stressful time. With best wishes from all of us at Scholastic, Lauren Tarshis Sr. VP, Editor in Chief & Publisher Scholastic Classroom Magazines *The site will be updated weekly until all 20 days of content is available. If you have any questions or suggestions, please reach out to me at ltarshis@schov
Free Sites for Distance Learning
Wonderopolis: Every day this site shares a new wonder, submitted by kids, and the answer, in an article with a video.
National Geographic Kids: Games, articles, and videos about animals and nature.
Mystery Doug: Video science lessons and activities
Typing Club: Use your time at home to learn keyboarding skills!
Scholastic Learn at Home: Daily learning projects from Scholastic, geared for different grade levels
Explore Animal Webcams: Observe animals live on webcams from around the world
Virtual Museum Tours: Take a free virtual museum tour of a famous place, like the British Museum in London
Hour of Code: Learn coding skills with an hour of code activity.
Design Squad Global: Watch PBS Design Squad videos, to learn about science and engineering challenges
Khan Academy: Free online video lessons in math and other subjects
Crash Course Kids: Elementary school science videos
Family Activity Ideas
Indoor Activities for Kids Stuck at Home: Buzzfeed lists 27 fun activities for kids home from school
70 Educational Activities: A former homeschooler shares 70 educational activities you can do when you're stuck indoors.
Podcasts: Listen to a podcast together. Common Sense Media curated this list of best podcasts for kids.
Cosmic Kids Yoga: Stay active as you practice yoga together.
Distance Reading Book Bingo: Read together and complete this bingo board!
Below you will find a message from Scholastic about remote learning at home.
Dear Families and Caregivers, We know that missing school isn’tv
Jenkinson's live action Penguin cam
Google lets you explore National Parks. Take a virtual tour:
Joe the Body Coach is posting 30 minute PE classes for kids daily on his youtube channel starting Monday.
LUNCH - 12:15 daily
MONDAY - Music
TUESDAY - Library
WEDNESDAY - Gym
THURSDAY - Computers
FRIDAY - Art