Mrs. Kimberly Gunther

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Mrs. Kimberly Gunther

 

 REMOTE LEARNING INFORMATION:

I WILL BE AVAILABLE VIA EMAIL FROM 10-2 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY  kagunther@hamilton.k12.nj.us

 

BELOW IS THE LETTER THAT HAS BEEN SENT HOME IN YOUR CHILD'S BACKPACK.  THERE IS A BLUE FOLDER WITH TWO WEEKS WORTH OF WORK IN IT, AS WELL AS DIRECTIONS/INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOU AND YOUR CHILD. 

 

 

Supplies needed:

Crayons

Scissors

Glue

Pencils

 

Please be sure to have your child complete these assignments prior to school resuming.  All work will be assessed. I am looking forward to returning to school and seeing all that your child has accomplished!

 

 

BELOW ARE COPIES OF THE DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS FOR YOUR CHILD.  THERE ARE DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS FOR THE CHILDREN, SO THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT SETS OF DIRECTIONS POSTED BELOW.

 

Week of 4/13/2020 directions for students who have the book Broken Arm Blues
MONDAY
Reading: Read the book Broken Arm Blues. Discuss what happened in the story with a parent by telling who was in the story, what happened, where it happened, what the problem and solution was. Then complete the worksheet identifying pictures that begin with the c or k sound.

Math: Complete the bar graph worksheet.

Writing: View the book When Spring Comes on youtube if you are able. Then describe spring. Complete the “spring” web by writing 6 adjectives that describe spring.

Social Studies: View read aloud of The Lorax on youtube if you are able. If not, you will still be able to complete the activity. Please discuss what the Lorax was trying to tell the boy (we need to take care of the environment, or we will hurt other animals and destroy places that we love). Discuss how we can save the earth. Refer to the Writing Ideas sheet to help you discuss with your child.


TUESDAY
Reading: Read your book. Discuss what the problem and solution was. Complete the worksheet where you will write the problem in the first box, then write two possible solutions that you might use to solve the problem. Finally, write what the actual solution was from the book.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on your paragraph explaining why you love spring. Write at least two sentences today.

Social Studies: Choose two of the pieces (trash, tree, recycle bin, water droplet) and write a sentence about how you can save the earth in one of those ways. Refer to the Writing Ideas sheet. (i.e. pick up trash, recycle your plastic and cans, plant a tree, don’t litter, etc.)

WEDNESDAY
Reading: Read your book. Discuss what nouns (person, place, thing) and adjectives (describing words) are. Then complete the worksheet where you will circle the adjective and underline the verb.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on your paragraph explaining why you love spring. Write at least two sentences today.

Social Studies: Choose two of the pieces (trash, tree, recycle bin, water droplet) and write a sentence about how you can save the earth in one of those ways. Refer to the Writing Ideas sheet. (i.e. pick up trash, recycle your plastic and cans, plant a tree, don’t litter, etc.)
You may construct the mobile if you wish to, and if you have the supplies. You do not need to use a paper plate. You can just glue the two pieces that look like the globe together.


THURSDAY
Reading: Read your book. Then complete the Quick Check (comprehension quiz) where you will fill in the best answer.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on your paragraph explaining why you love spring. Write at least two sentences today.

Spanish: Complete the first three pages that focus on the word bebe.


FRIDAY
Reading: Read your book. Discuss your favorite part with a parent.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Complete your “Some-Bunny Loves Spring” project

Spanish: Complete the next three pages that focus on the word hermano.

 

 


Week of 4/13/2020 directions for students who have the book The Kids Built It
MONDAY
Reading: Read the book . Discuss what happened in the story with a parent by telling who was in the story, what happened, where it happened, what the problem and solution was. Then complete the worksheet where you will draw or write details that tell how the school bus and the care are different, and how they are alike in the given circles.

Math: Complete the bar graph worksheet.

Writing: View the book When Spring Comes on youtube if you are able. Then describe spring. Complete the “spring” web by writing 6 adjectives that describe spring.

Social Studies: View read aloud of The Lorax on youtube if you are able. If not, you will still be able to complete the activity. Please discuss what the Lorax was trying to tell the boy (we need to take care of the environment, or we will hurt other animals and destroy places that we love). Discuss how we can save the earth. Refer to the Writing Ideas sheet to help you discuss with your child.


TUESDAY
Reading: Read your book. Discuss the letter B, and the sound it makes. Then complete the worksheet where you will write the letter b underneath the presented pictures.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on your paragraph explaining why you love spring. Write at least two sentences today.

Social Studies: Choose two of the pieces (trash, tree, recycle bin, water droplet) and write a sentence about how you can save the earth in one of those ways. Refer to the Writing Ideas sheet. (i.e. pick up trash, recycle your plastic and cans, plant a tree, don’t litter, etc.)

WEDNESDAY
Reading: Read your book. Then work on the worksheet with your parents where you will circle the subject in the sentence, and the predicate. Then, write an original sentence about the city.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on your paragraph explaining why you love spring. Write at least two sentences today.

Social Studies: Choose two of the pieces (trash, tree, recycle bin, water droplet) and write a sentence about how you can save the earth in one of those ways. Refer to the Writing Ideas sheet. (i.e. pick up trash, recycle your plastic and cans, plant a tree, don’t litter, etc.)
You may construct the mobile if you wish to, and if you have the supplies. You do not need to use a paper plate. You can just glue the two pieces that look like the globe together.


THURSDAY
Reading: Read your book. Then have your parents read the discussion questions to you. Please discuss the answers with your parents. Have them help you write your answers.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on your paragraph explaining why you love spring. Write at least two sentences today.

Spanish: Complete the first three pages that focus on the word bebe.

 

FRIDAY
Reading: Read your book. Have a parent help you with reading the questions and answers. Choose the best answer.

Math: Complete the next page on bar graphs.

Writing: Complete your “Some-Bunny Loves Spring” project

Spanish: Complete the next three pages that focus on the word hermano.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of 3/30/2020 directions for students who have the book Bonk, the Healthy Monster

MONDAY

Reading:  Read the book Bonk, the Healthy Monster.  Discuss what happened in the story with a parent by telling who was in the story, what happened, where it happened, what the problem and solution was.  Then complete the worksheet identifying pictures that end with the -er sound.

 

Math:  Complete the bar graph worksheet.

 

Writing:  Think about what you have learned, and how you have grown so far this year.  Then write down some ideas in the graphic organizer with the daisy on it that says “ Look How I Have Grown.”  Come up with two things that you know, that you can do, and that you understand.

 

Social Studies:  Complete Lesson one in your Citizens packet.



TUESDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Discuss what an adjective is. (a describing word)  Then complete the worksheet where you need to select an adjective to complete the given sentence.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on the petals of your flower.  Complete the “I am” petal by writing a sentence that describes you as a learner.

 

Social Studies:  Complete Lesson two in your Citizens packet.

 

WEDNESDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Discuss the author’s purpose/reason for writing what they wrote.  Then complete the worksheet where you will select the purpose for each of the indicated pages.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Review your sentences/ideas from Monday.  Complete the “I understand” petal by writing something that you now understand that you didn’t before.  Examples could be how to play a game, how to solve a math problem, how to be a good friend, etc.

 

Social Studies:  Complete lesson 3 in your Citizens Packet.



THURSDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Then answer the discussion questions provided.  You may write your answers on the lined paper provided in the packet.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Review your sentences/ideas from Monday.  Complete the “I know” petal by writing something that you now know that you didn’t before.  Examples could be a new fact that you learned in science or social studies, it can be how to spell a new word, how to read new words, etc.

 

Spanish:  Complete the first three pages that focus on the word madre, which means mother.



FRIDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Then complete the comprehension quiz by choosing your answer from the provided choices.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Complete your “Look How I Have Grown” project

 

Spanish:  Complete the next three pages that focus on the word padre, which means father.




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Week of 3/30/2020 Directions for children who have the book It Is Spring

 

MONDAY

Reading:  Read the book It Is Spring.  Discuss what the book was about with a parent.  Discuss why this is nonfiction (it is true and gives real facts about spring, no made up characters).  Find words in the book that have a short “o” vowel sound. Then complete the worksheet by drawing a picture to show what the sentence says, and circling the word that has the short “o” sound.

 

Math:  Complete the bar graph worksheet.

 

Writing:  Think about what you have learned, and how you have grown so far this year.  Then write down some ideas in the graphic organizer with the daisy on it that says “ Look How I Have Grown.”  Come up with two things that you know, that you can do, and that you understand.

 

Social Studies:  Complete Lesson one in your Citizens packet.



TUESDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Tell about the details from the book about what happens in spring.  Then draw and label your pictures on the Main Idea and Details worksheet to show the details from the book about what happens in spring.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Review your sentences/ideas from your organizer from yesterday to begin working on the petals of your flower.  Complete the “I am” petal by writing a sentence that describes you as a learner.

 

Social Studies:  Complete Lesson two in your Citizens packet.

 

WEDNESDAY

Reading: Read your book.  Then complete two of the Discussion Card questions.  You may write or have someone help you write your answers on the lined paper provided. 

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Review your sentences/ideas from Monday.  Complete the “I understand” petal by writing something that you now understand that you didn’t before.  Examples could be how to play a game, how to solve a math problem, how to be a good friend, etc.

 

Social Studies:  Complete lesson 3 in your Citizens Packet.



THURSDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Then complete two of the Discussion Card questions.  You may write or have someone help you write your answers on the lined paper provided.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Review your sentences/ideas from Monday.  Complete the “I know” petal by writing something that you now know that you didn’t before.  Examples could be a new fact that you learned in science or social studies, it can be how to spell a new word, how to read new words, etc.

 

Spanish:  Complete the first three pages that focus on the word madre, which means mother.



FRIDAY

Reading:  Read your book.  Then complete the comprehension quiz by choosing your answer from the provided choices.  Have a parent read the question and choices for you.

 

Math:  Complete the next page on bar graphs.

 

Writing:  Complete your “Look How I Have Grown” project

 

Spanish:  Complete the next three pages that focus on the word padre, which means father.