Hello Target Students and Parents!
Welcome to Week 3 of our Digital Learning adventure! First, we want to let you know that your teachers are missing you like crazy! We hope that you have settled into a Digital Learning routine at home and really hope that you are managing to get some FUN, CREATIVITY and EXERCISE into your daily schedule…these are all just as important for your brain as your online assignments!
Remember, we are here for you, should you need anything or have questions. We are online from 9:00-10:00 AM during weekdays and check our email/Edmodo/Class Dojo messages throughout the day.
Hang in there, because next week is Spring Break! We truly want you to take a break from Digital Learning and screen time during Spring Break, and find some fun things to do with your family…enjoy each other’s company, play games, go for walks, get some exercise, help your parents cook or work in the yard! Enjoy the lovely spring weather that has arrived in Georgia!
Be on the lookout for your next Digital Assignments to be posted after Spring Break, on the morning of Monday, April 13, 2020. This post will outline the Target lessons for the week. Remember, students may work on these lessons anytime throughout the week; it is not restricted to their official Target day. Following Spring Break, Target teachers will continue to be online from 9:00-10:00 AM each weekday to answer questions and offer support to anyone who may need it. We will also check email/Edmodo/Class Dojo messages during the afternoon hours for those who need assistance. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or if you need help with the weekly assignments.
Note: Target progress reports are sent home twice per year…once in January (documenting progress for the first semester) and once in May (documenting progress for the second semester). Currently, our plan is to send progress reports home with homeroom report cards in May. We will communicate any changes to normal progress report distribution, due to our current home digital learning situation, if this should occur.
2nd grade assignments this week….. Logic and Dance!!!
Ms. Appleyard has posted a dance video found at Mt. Bethel’s Digital Learning site: smore.com/kj56. This is Mrs. Fogel’s daughter Allie, so we want you to get up and dance! Learn the dance this week. Ms. Appleyard is putting out a Flipgrid link later this week so make sure and send her yourself dancing, Dancing uses many parts of your brain such as balance, coordination, hearing, movement and so much more. Great for everyone to get up and dance!!!!
There are many free Sudoku puzzles available online.
Go to www.mathplayground.com
SOME of this is available for free! Look for some of the free activities. There are some logic puzzles available on this.
Why did the doctor take his eye chart into the classroom?
He wanted to check the pupils! Ha! Ha!
Have a great week, everyone, and enjoy your week off of Digital Learning during Spring Break!
Mrs. Fogel, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Danner