Room 7 News
I am excited to roll out our new Distance Learning Schedule (see below). This is a suggested schedule, but please remember to make any necessary changes to suit your family situation.
Each day the children should go to our Google Classroom page to receive their daily assignments in all subject areas. There will typically be a video of me teaching a lesson or another learning video, along with an assignment for them. Math work will be redirected to the Pearson site and they will only need to click on the link in Google Classroom. For reading assignments they will need to go to Clever to access the Benchmark site.
I will be meeting with small groups daily. Your child will receive invitations for Google Meet, which will be emailed to them and can also be found in their Google Calendar.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
30 Minutes Reading (Benchmark Unit 9 - Goods and Services)
30 Minutes Writing (Narrative, Opinion, Non-Fiction)
30 Minutes Break (snack, play outside if possible)
30 Minutes Science (Weather)
30 Minutes Math (Subtracting 10's)
12:00 pm Lunch (play outside if possible)
1:00 pm Complete Morning Work (Mrs. Lang available on Google Meet)
1:30 pm Art, Music, Creative Time
Small Groups on Google Meet
9:00 Group 1 Advait, Alex, Gabriela, Jojo, Raiden
9:30 Group 2 Adriana, Anna, April, Athena, Leila
10:00 Group 3 Aiden, Allyson, Hikaru, Isabella, Teagan
10:30 Group 4 Keitaro, Leon, Luke, Noah, Rina
11:00 Group 5 Cecilia, Mason, Nathan, Rishi, Tisi
/oo/ as in book, and zoo
Students should be able to read and spell these words.
the, I, to, a, is, my, go, me, like, on, in, so, we, it, and, up, at, see, he, do, you, an, she, little, one, jump, are, look, come, here, what, put, now, went, out, was, good, who, our, once, hurt, when, because, start, right, how, when, far, try, after, call
(650) 312-7501 ext. 4086
22nd: Distance Learning Resumes
- Google Classroom Code up5vp3x
- Clever url: clever.com/in/smfc
- Scholastic Reading Club code - MD2CP
- Amazon Wish List
reading - read to self, read to someone, have someone read to you, read using different character voices, sort your books (fiction and non-fiction)
outdoor activities - create something with chalk, jump rope, ride a bike, swim, practice tying your shoes, count, sort, and organize things, make an obstacle course or treasure hunt, do yoga, garden, animal watching
indoor activities - play a board game or card game, cook or bake something, count, sort, and organize things, set the table, practice tying your shoes, write a thank you note, make a comic, write a note to a relative, keep a journal, paint, draw, do origami, make a collage
✚ Some Effort
★ Great Job!
Excellent and Wow are reserved for work that is a student’s personal best.