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May 18th - May 29th

We have sent home paper packets for this last two week time frame and will be available to pick-up outside your child’s classroom on Monday May 18th . Please keep in mind that your child’s teacher has connected you to various websites for continued reading and math support, in addition to assignments in Google Classroom if your teacher is using it. Please use these resources and do the assignments in Classroom. ALSO, do not forget the county has lessons available through the ELO portal at https://portal.tcsos.us/. These lessons will be available all during the summer months as well (and next school year and beyond). They are engaging, lots of hands on, lots of modalities of learning. Remember you do not have to do all parts of a lesson--but they are well thought out, well crafted and work on grade level standards. These lessons are available on paper as well (in-hand packets), you just need to let our school know you need paper lessons. (Of course, this printing option will not be available during the summer break). Remember, the lessons are posted for the current date and all lessons are archived so you can go back in time and access any lesson.

The fluency sprints for fluency for +/- within five are still available on the website (go to the March 30th-April 10th section) Keep practicing!!!If anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Lewicki, Mrs. Lillie & Mrs. Pfeiffer

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May 4th - May 15th

  We have sent home paper packets for this next two week time frame and will be available to pick-up outside your child’s classroom on Monday May 4th. Please keep in mind that your child’s teacher has connected you to various websites for continued reading and math support, in addition to assignments in Google Classroom if your teacher is using it. Please use these resources and do the assignments in Classroom. ALSO, do not forget the county has lessons available through the ELO portal at https://portal.tcsos.us/. These lessons are being created by teachers throughout Tuolumne county and lessons are now complete through June 4th. They are engaging, lots of hands on, lots of modalities of learning. These lessons are available on paper as well (in-hand packets), you just need to let our school know you need paper lessons. Remember, the lessons are posted for the current date and all lessons are archived so you can go back in time and access any lesson.

There are no new materials posted for this next two weeks on our site. Keep in mind it would be good for your child to continue to work on the fluency sprints that are posted for the last work frame. If anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Lewicki, Mrs. Lillie & Mrs. Pfeiffer

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April 14th - May 1st

 We have sent home paper packets for this next time frame. Please keep in mind that your child’s teacher has connected you to various websites for continued reading and math support, in addition to assignments in Google Classroom if your teacher is using it. Please use these resources and do the assignments in Classroom. ALSO, do not forget the county has lessons available through the ELO portal at https://portal.tcsos.us/. These lessons are being created by teachers throughout Tuolumne county. They are engaging, lots of hands on, lots of modalities of learning. These lessons are available on paper as well (in-hand packets), you just need to let our school know you need paper lessons. What is loaded onto our website is a name writing template, number writing template, and some fluency within 5 sprints. These sprints are to be done over and over to develop that fluency within 5. Your child is given 60 seconds and sees how many he can complete accurately. You correct it together, and then he sprints again doing the same sprint (ex: he sprints once on ‘A’ and then tries to improve his score on ‘A’ a second time). The sprint difficulty is set-up in quadrants so the last quadrant will always be the more challenging one.

There also is a template for working with volume/capacity. See the notes/directions on a separate page.

We know these are challenging times but we can get through this together. Do your best to work with your child and we know that the social and emotional piece to all of this change is real and more important than academics, so above all love your child. We are feeling the loss of not being with them. If anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Lewicki, Mrs. Lillie & Mrs. Pfeiffer

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Assignments

Volume versus CapacityVolume & Math Worksheets

Extended ideas for learning


March 30th - April 10th

Dear Kindergarten Parents,

In keeping with the focus of 'Staying Engaged -- be a Skillbuilder" we are providing the following Materials.

Your child's teacher has informed you of additional resources/skill building apps via emails/texts/Google Docs.

We feel that all the work is self-explanatory with the one exception of Perfect Sentences.  The kids know what they are, what they need to do and how to use the sentence rubric.  You will see a couple of samples.  they read the sentence to you then copy/write it. use the rubric and then write it again. you can come up with your own sentences using the sight words enclosed in the materials.  Other words should be cvc (consonant-vowel-consonant) words.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Lewicki, Mrs. Lillie & Mrs. Pfeiffer

Kindergarten Reading and Math

Perfect Sentences

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