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Grade 1 Week 4 Reading and Writing Practice Directions: Check off each job as you go. The magic “e” on the end of a word changes the middle vowel sound from its short sound to its long sound. (cub > cube, tub > tube, cut > cute, us > use) Read the sight words to someone if you can (family, friend, neighbor) Write the sight words 3 times each on a piece of paper Find the sight words in the story and circle them. Read the word list to someone (watch, ago, long, & time) Find words that fit the spelling pattern and put a square around them. “u_e” and “o_e” and “a_e” Read the story to yourself Read the story to someone Tell someone about the story Write a summary of the story Draw an illustration that goes with the story. *If you finish you can go through the process again. Read, read, read. Sight Words watch ago long time Word List baseball game pastime like outside game(s) sunshine sometimes late these time use female hope make bases slides safe quite __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________

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Grade 1 Week 4 Reading and Writing Practice

Directions: Check off each job as you go.

The magic “e” on the end of a word changes the middle vowel sound from its

short sound to its long sound. (cub > cube, tub > tube, cut > cute, us > use)

Read the sight words to someone if you can (family, friend,

neighbor)

Write the sight words 3 times each on a piece of paper

Find the sight words in the story and circle them.

Read the word list to someone (watch, ago, long, & time)

Find words that fit the spelling pattern and put a square around

them. “u_e” and “o_e” and “a_e”

Read the story to yourself

Read the story to someone

Tell someone about the story

Write a summary of the story

Draw an illustration that goes with the story.

*If you finish you can go through the process again. Read, read, read.

Sight Words

watch ago long time

Word List

baseball game pastime like

outside game(s) sunshine sometimes

late these time use

female hope make bases

slides safe quite

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Baseball

Baseball is a fun game to play and watch. We call baseball

a pastime. Do you like baseball?

Baseball is played outside. It is nice to play in the sunshine,

but baseball games can sometimes be played when it is

late too. These players are from a long time ago.

These players do not have a bat. So they use a stick. They

are playing stickball!

Here is a female player. She just hit the ball. I hope she can

make it to all the bases. Let’s see if she can.

She IS racing fast! Is she going to get there in time? She

slides. She is safe!

He is diving for the ball. He is trying, but he cannot quite

catch it.

Here are the fans. They like to taste hotdogs as they watch

the game.

Do you like to play baseball?

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Draw an illustration for the story. Write 1 sentence about the

story.

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Margo's Idea

Margo's Ideaby ReadWorks

Photo Credit: Mark Winterbourne

Margo ate her toast and looked outside. She had an idea! She and

her dad would build a birdbath on the porch. Then she could watch

the birds.

Margo walked in the yard and found 25 rocks. She had to carry the

rocks to the porch. She filled her pockets with rocks, but her

pockets were too small. She filled her yellow pail with rocks, but the

pail was too heavy. Then she saw her red wagon under the tree.

She filled the wagon with rocks and pulled it to the porch. Now she

and her dad could put together her birdbath!

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Visual Arts PK-2

For this week's lesson, we're going to design and build a blanket fort! Blanket forts provide children of many ages with a

fun and engaging way to use their imaginations and creative problem-solving skills. They may also provide younger children with a quiet place to be alone and relax or deescalate and self-regulate their emotions.

1. Identify the problem and ask questions. How can I build a blanket fort? What materials do I need to build a blanket fort? What can I do in or how can I use a blanket fort?

2. Brainstorm ideas which might answer these questions.

3. Make designs! Draw pictures of how you would like your blanket fort to look and function.

4. Build your blanket fort based upon your design! See below for tips and directions.

5. After you've completed your fort, don't forget to share your results and show off your hard work!

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Characters Setting

Problem Solution

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B I N G O

20—Bear Walk Steps

20—Lunges

25—Jumping Jacks

15—Burpees

25—Knee to

Chest Curls

30—Mountain Climbers

Jog in Place

Count to 50

15—Heel Raises

Rub your Belly,

Pat your Head

10 Times

25—Squats

Superhero Hold

Count to 10, repeat 3 times

Wall Sit

Count to 20

10—Hops on Each Foot

10—Spin Jumps

20—Trunk Twists

15—Push Ups

20—Twisting Crunches

20—Forward

Arm Circles

20—Backward

Arm Circles

10—Tuck Jumps

5—Inchworms

10– Crab Walk Steps

V-Sit Hold

Count to 20

Plank Hold

Count to 20

10–Ski Jumps

Directions: Place an X in each box

(or cover it with a coin) when you

complete an exercise.

See how many different BINGO”s you

can get!

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Directions: Read about the United States below. Then, help your student use the map below

to answer some questions.

North America: The Unites States

The United States is part of

North America, along with

Canada, Mexico, and Central

America. The United States has

fifty states.

The United States is a country

with its own government and

laws. The government for the

United States is in the capital

city, Washington, D.C. Members

of the government meet in the Capitol Building. The president lives in the

White House, which is also in Washington, D.C.

If you were to travel across the United

States, you would see many different

kinds of landscapes. For example,

most New England states have

beautiful coastlines. Some New

England states have mountains and

lakes. The United States has many

large cities, such as New York City,

where millions of people live.

This year in first grade students have been learning about Communities and

Cultures. In these at home learning opportunities you can continue this

exploration. Some information may be review and some may be new. Feel free to

use any resources you have (such as the internet or books) to explore the topics

more each week. Each week will connect to the last as much as possible.

Social Studies - 1

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If you traveled to the southern part of the

United States, you would find that it is hotter

there than in the North. People like to vacation

in Florida, a state that is a long peninsula.

The Midwest has cornfields and dairy

farms. If you visited the Great Plains,

you would see that there are miles

and miles of flat land where wheat is

grown. The Rocky Mountain region

has—you guessed it—tall mountains

that stretch across a large part of

North America. The Southwest has

canyons and deserts, and the West

Coast has an awesome coastline.

To get to Alaska you would have to

drive or fly across Canada. In terms

of size, Alaska is the largest U.S.

state. The state of Hawaii is made up of tropical islands two thousand

miles away from California, in the Pacific Ocean. How might you get to

Hawaii?

1. Which continent is the United States a part of?

2. Describe the different types of landscapes in the United States.

3. Write the name of the country and state you live in.

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April 27, 2020

SCIENCE-1 Hidden Seeds- Wheat, corn, barley, rice, and oats are grass plants that are staple sources of nutrition for cultures around

the world. The abundant seeds of those plants are the group of foods we call grains. You may have

examples of grains in your kitchen, perhaps as whole grains of rice or a tortilla made from flour.

Here are some places where another grain, corn, might be found in your kitchen. Tortillas, cereal, bread

flour, muffins, frozen corn, canned corn, popcorn, grits, cornstarch.

Activity Have your child look for examples of grains in your home. He or she can list the examples in the boxes

below or glue/tape collected small labeled sample to display in the box.

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1st Grade Math Resources

1) Game: Hide an object

This is a fun game to practice combinations of 10.

Parents/caregivers: Put ten objects under a paper or behind your back. Then show your child only some of

those objects. Have your child tell you how many objects are still hidden. Repeat!

This game can be modified for any number combination.

2) Counting: Start at the number 67 and count to 120.

Try it again, this time counting backwards starting at 120 and ending at 67.

3) Identifying Numbers: Tell someone at home what the numbers below are:

54 73 13 102

21 115 126 22

4) Measurement

Is the top line longer than the bottom line? Circle Yes or No

Yes No

Is the top line longer than the bottom line?

Yes No

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5) Ordering by Length

Order the pieces of yarn from shortest to longest. Draw the missing piece of yarn.

6) Comparing Objects

Compare the objects below: Explain to someone at home which is shorter? Which is longer?

7) Read and Draw

Clue 1: A yellow string is shorter than a blue string.

Clue 2: The blue string is shorter than the red string.

Clue 3: The yellow string is shorter than the red string.

8) Number Line

Write the missing numbers on the line.

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8) Drawing objects: Draw 4 objects from around your home or outside in order from shortest to longest

Objects

9) Problem Solving: The ribbon is longer than the yarn. The yarn is longer than the string. The yarn and

the pencil are the same length. Draw the lengths of the objects next to their labels.

10) Basic Facts: Write a number to make the equation true. An equation is true when both sides of the

equal sign are equal to each other.

1. 4 + 5 = 8 + ______

2. ______ = 3 + 6 + 2

3. 10 – 1 = _____ + 9

4. _____ – 0 = 8 + 7

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