• Here are some learning activities that your child may complete through 3/27/20. Some activities will be linked through my Google Classroom page, but I have also listed some activities that do not require internet access. These activities will not be graded.

     

    Here is a video showing you how you can access Google Classroom from home. Students use this regularly and are familiar with the websites that are on it.

    https://sites.google.com/schuylkillvalley.org/digitalresources/google-classroom

     

    More How To's (connecting chromebooks to wifi, how to sign in to Google Chrome, navigate Google Classroom, ect.):

    https://sites.google.com/schuylkillvalley.org/sv-families-tech-supp/how-tos

     

    Google Classroom Activities  (more descriptions will be provided once your child is in Google Classroom):

    *Some of these activities are under other topics (Xtramath and i-Ready are under the math tab).

    • Writing Prompts - can be typed in Google slides
    • Spelling Menu activities
    • Compare and Contrast activities
    • Earth's Forces Research - research on PebbleGo and create a poster
    • Listening to Reading - EPIC, Storyline Online, ect.
    • Xtramath - Fact practice
    • i-Ready - Math practice
    • Time to 5 Minutes - learning slides
    • Coin Review - Practice slides
    • AR tests - Read a book and take a comprehension test on it
    • 1S1B - Reread The World According to Humphrey (can be listened to online)
    • Typing practice
    • BrainPop Jr. videos, quizzes, and activities.

     

    Other activities:

    *Unit 4 spelling, high-frequency words, and vocab words are located under the Spelling and Vocabulary tab.

    *You may also check out the Interesting Web Resources tab.

    • Count money
    • Practice telling time
    • Practice math flashcards
    • Practice 2-digit addition/subtraction
    • Create your own math word problems
    • Read a book
    • Read a story to your family
    • Write a story/create a book
    • Create poetry
    • Compare and contrast two things you find around your house
    • Write spelling words - rainbow write, squiggle letters, bubble letters, secret code, ect.
    • Practice vocabulary words
    • Practice high-frequency words
    • Practice cursive