During Math, the students were challenged to escape the classroom! They used their knowledge of fractions to figure out clues in order to unlock codes. They had one hour to solve four codes. Most of the teams were able to escape!
See how well you understand supply and demand by opening your own lemonade stand!
Use this game to practice locating the 13 colonies:
The weather this year has been crazy! Since this is our 5th day of missing school this year (and I’m thinking we might be out tomorrow too), I have put together some activities that your child can work on. These activities are OPTIONAL. You may have your child complete all, some, or none of the activities. I just wanted to give you some choices if you would like for your child to continue their studies while we can’t be at school.
Math: (fractions on a number line)
- First in Math
- Fractions on a number line practice questions: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/arithmetic/fraction-arithmetic/arith-review-fractions-on-the-number-line/e/fractions_on_the_number_line_1
- IXL: Go to ixl.com and choose 3rd You can do up to 10 questions a day without having to pay for an account. Activity W.12 deals with fractions on a number line.
- Reading Response homework
- Readworks.org: You can practice reading and answering questions based on passages I have assigned to the class. To login, follow the directions below:
a.Go to readworks.org/student
b. Enter class codeL2RD7V
c. Choose your name and enter the password 1234
- Science (adaptations)
- Create a plant or animal project: You can create your own plant or animal and include adaptations on it. The directions and examples can be found at : http://ilove2teach.blogspot.com/2011/10/create-animal-create-plant-freebie.html
- Adaptation online games: http://interactivesites.weebly.com/animal-adaptations.html
- Information and activities about animal adaptations: http://zoo.sandiegozoo.org/sites/all/themes/zoostrap/downloads/adaptation_connections_curriculum.pdf
Enjoy the snow and stay warm!
- Here is a song that we use to learn about adaptations in animals:
- Here is a song that we use to learn about Georgia's habitats: