Summer Suggested work
Here is a link below for a suggest pacing guide to prevent a "summer slide"
In addition here is a suggested reading list for those that have access to get books. We have read a couple of these in class this year and were in the middle of reading SuperStar before we stopped in person learning.
Week 6 - May 18th - May 22nd
Week 5 - May 11th - May 15th
Week 4 - May 4th - May 8th
Week 3 - April 27th - May 1st
Week 2 - April 20th - April 24th
Week 1 - April 13th - April 17thThe following links correspond with the pacing guides and materials that were passed back out. Each link is the same information, just in differerent formats that might suite your technology better. The fourth link is the same pacing guide that was passed out with your child's materials, I've placed it here just in case you can't access it.For those who were not able to pick up their materials, you may be in a different location without them, or if they are misplaced, here are links for those just in case:
Distance Learning Packets (March 30th - April 10th)Here is the District's page for find the learning packets and information about how to log on to Classlink if needed. https://www.leonschools.net/LearnAtHomeHere is a helpful link from Ms. Telander that can be used for a pacing guide: Pacing Guide Link
Resources:Readworks - You have to make an account, but this a fantastic resource to find reading passages on specific subjects at specific reading levels and it has questions included with each passage.
Resources found in Classlink:Brain Pop - UserName: sullivanbp Password: brainpopEndless vidoes on many topics from events, to people, science etc. It also includes questions at the end of the vidoes.Renaissance Learning - aka AR (Accelerated Reader) - Take AR test at HOME! (this wasn't something we could do before)Math Playground - This is a great size to practice math skills in a fast paced timed game setting.More to come soon!