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Dear Parents,

Thank you again for encouraging your students to check in with me at least twice a week.  I’m not checking to see how much work they’ve done so much as making sure they are okay and to see if they have any questions or concerns.  They can check in by:

  • Sending an email to

  • Making a comment on our Google classroom page

  • Using the beginning of the week and end of the week check in forms

We understand that many families are under a lot of stress right now- whether from health concerns, economic uncertainty, or from having family and friends out of reach. If you think your child(ren) would benefit from an emotions check-in with Ms. Cross, the school counselor, or your family needs resources, please fill out this form:

Wishing you and yours health and wellness.  Thank you for your support at home!


Suggested Weekday Schedule

7:00-8:00 Wake up, breakfast, beds made, get dressed

8:00-9:00 Academic time 

9:00-9:15 Fresh air break

9:15-10:15 Academic time

10:15-10:30 Fresh air break

10:30-11:30 Creative play time- invent, imagine, explore without electronics

11:30-1:00 Lunch, chores, silent reading 

1:00-2:00 Art, virtual field trip, learn a new language

2:00-2:45  Activity time (go outside or try one of the PE videos)


Mondays with Michelle Obama:

Every Monday, former First Lady Michelle Obama will read stories- fun for the whole family!  Here’s the latest episode in case you missed it:


Current Events:

Students can tune in and listen to a brief, kid-friendly, non-partisan newscast with stories just for them and take a comprehension quiz to check for understanding. Go to:

Room 10 Yearbook:

Students should be working on their individual yearbook page found on our Google Classroom page.  The page is due 5/27.



By now, students should be finished with the lessons in our math text.  We will be moving on to practicing applied mathematics and logical reasoning skills.


MARS Performance-based Activities posted on Google classroom page


Multiplication Logic Puzzle on our Google classroom page


Additional resources:

  • Cool Math Games:

  • Math practice games on our Google classroom site  (updated periodically- check for new games)

  • Dream Box (students have login information)



Number the Stars Chapters 13-17

  1. On our Google classroom page, listen to me read aloud these chapters from the book.  

  2. Fill in the book review 


Read the assigned Newslea article about the History of Books.  Follow the instructions below to log in:

  1. If you don’t have an account, go to

  2. If you do have an account, log in and use the code V3CEEC to join our class.


Additional resources:



Lexia- log in using your Clever account


Poetry Notebook on our Google Classroom page


Tom Swifties on our Google Classroom page


Science: Renewable Energy Sources

Sign in to Brain Pop:  username: warmspringswolves  password: 47370wsb

  1. Click on Science

  2. Click on Energy

  3. Scroll down and click on Solar Energy & Wind Energy

  4. Watch the movies and take the quizzes

  5. Click on Related Reading and check out the links


Read the assigned Newslea articles about solar and wind energy.  Follow the instructions below to log in:

  1. If you don’t have an account, go to

  2. If you do have an account, log in and use the code V3CEEC to join our class.


Complete the solar and wind energy worksheets on our Google classroom page


Additional resources:


Social Studies/History/Geography:

Your mission is to plan a road trip across the United States!  More details are on our Google Classroom page


Additional resources:


When students are in school, we are required to provide 200 minutes of instruction every two weeks.  Make sure that your students get plenty of physical activity while they’re at home!

  • Mr. Morgan’s Google Classroom: class code is rsudz4m


Additional resources:

Art & Music:


  • Create your own paper sculpture in the style of Alexander Calder

  1. Here are some photos of his work:

  2. Here is a tutorial to get your started:



Mr. Andronic has been assigning work for the students.


CS First on our Google Classroom page


The Metropolitan Museum of Art Web Quest on our Google Classroom page


Additional Resources:


Inventions/Creative Exploration:

Virtual Field Trips/Language: