Week of October 7, 2019 - TK & Kindergarten Canceled
Below is content that would have been presented this week.
TK - Fears
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything E WIL and Can You Make a Scary Face? E THO
Kindergarten - Fears
What Was I Scared of? ER SEU and Can You Make a Scary Face? E THO
Activity for TK/K Draw scary face bookmarks
Week of October 7, 2019 - First Grade
Hispanic Heritage Month
The Tortilla Factory, by Gary Paulsen
Shows a cycle of life--from seed to plant to tortilla, as workers till the soil, operate factory machinery, and drive the trucks that deliver the tortillas back into the hands that will plant the yellow seeds.
Tiny Tortilla, by Arlene Williams
Juan Carlos discovers that with patience and the right touch he can transform a tiny ball of special tortilla dough into unexpected shapes.
Coloring Sheet Tortilla Elephant Ears Recipe
Week of October 7, 2019 - Second Grade
Hungry Monsters, a Greedy Monster, and Critters We Like
A small boy tries to control ten insatiable monsters demanding food and creating chaos throughout the house at bedtime.
Just Dessert, by Polly Powell
In the middle of the night a young girl encounters a few scares on her way to an extra piece of cake.
Alfred's Book of Monsters, by Sam Streed
Alfred loves the monsters in his book, but he doesn't like teatime with his aunt--until he decides to invite three of his favorite monsters to join him for tea.
There's a Wocket in My Pocket, by Dr. Seuss
A boy tells of a whole houseful of unusual creatures.
Coloring sheet Applesauce Cinnamon Oat Muffin Recipe
Week of October 7, 2019 - Third Grade
Reading for Information with Flies & Information Literacy
Last week we learned about spiders and this week the humble fly gets equal time. Flies go through metamorphosis just like butterflies, and when flies eat solid food they throw up on it first!
The Spider and the Fly, by Mary Bothan Howitt
An illustrated version of the well-known poem and cautionary tale about a wily spider who preys on the vanity and innocence of a little fly.
Show What You Know Quiz Part 3: Using the Catalog This online worksheet will allow students to demonstrate a basic understanding of how to look up materials and locate them in the library.
Week of October 7, 2019 - Fourth Grade
Halloween History, Customs, and Folklore
When young Pipkin becomes ill and is whisked away into the mysterious darkness of the Halloween tree, his friends must race through space and time to save him. With a peculiar old man named Moundshroud to guide them, the kids encounter the many earlier manifestations of the holiday known as Halloween. Run time 1 hour 10 minutes. Part One: play to 21 min. 20 seconds.
Week of October 7, 2019 - Fifth Grade
Response to Literature & Cursive Handwriting Practice
Video Schooled book trailer
Schooled by Gordon Korman Although he knows a lot about Zen Buddhism, nothing has prepared home schooled Capricorn Anderson for an A-list bully, a popular girl, and middle school politics. The shifting points of view capture a pitch-perfect "fish out of water" story.
Journal Question #1 Answer in complete sentences.
Activity Journal responses to writing prompts about Schooled will be written in cursive. Why Writing by Hand Could Make You Smarter, by William R. Klemm, Ph.D., Psychology Today, posted March 14, 2013.