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Recorded Lessons for week ending June 11, 2020.

Reading and Writing lesson recording June 8, 2020.

Exit Ticket: Seesaw: Drawing conclusions

Social Studies lesson recording June 9, 2020.

Exit Ticket: Seesaw: Types of resources.

Math Lesson recording June 10, 2020.
Exit Ticket:
Watch the video for today's lesson 
Record a Flip-grid video explaining what you know about Gallons, Quarts, Pints and Cups. Use this link to record your video  Flipgrid.

Science lesson recording June 11, 2020.
Exit Ticket: Seesaw: Food chains. 

Remainder of the school year

Virtual LearningBeginning April 20th, our class will meet daily on Zoom from 11:40-12:40 for the daily learning. The code to join will be posted on dojo . If your student cannot attend, I will record a similar lesson and post it on dojo.

Virtual sessions for April 20-23, 2020

Mondays : Reading and Writing-Join us on zoom @ 11:40 a.m. -12:40 p.m. every Monday for review lessons and activities.
Tuesdays : Social Studies-
Join us on zoom @ 11:40 a.m. -12:40 p.m. every Monday for review lessons and activities.
Wednesdays: Mathematics-
Join us on zoom @ 11:40 a.m. 12:40 p.m. every Wednesday for review lessons and activities.
Thursdays: Science- 
Join us on zoom @ 11:40 a.m. 12:40 p.m. every Thursday for review lessons and activities.

Fridays- Office Hours-Fridays @ 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

 We will be providing feedback via Class Dojo and during Zoom meetings.

Please see calendar at the below for daily virtual learning activities. Click on each day to view the activities.


  • Parental consent is required for each child to participate in these sessions.

    Kindly indicate consent through class dojo or an email.

  • Zoom and recorded lessons will be the teaching platform to be used. Lesson will be posted on my web page.

I am also asking that the following descriptions be used during these meetings:

  • Students should be in a quiet area during these sessions.
  • Only students from  my class can participate during discussion.
  • Proper attire is required during these sessions.
  • Provide some guidance if possible for the first week until your child is familiar with the platform used.
  • To be prepared students should have pencils, notebook and eraser.
  • My virtual office hours every Friday from 11:00-12:00. During this time, I will be able to Zoom,class dojo or talk on the phone to help with anything.

Technology:At the bottom of the page you will please see the instructional calendar of activities that students can use at home. This will help to maintain school structure and keep the students engaged. In this challenging time take care of each other.Each subject has options of work that could be completed with or without technology. We miss you all!! Please bear in mind that all these activities are OPTIONAL but HIGHLY ENCOURAGED!
Personal Learning Project

Students can read their choice of an independent reading book. Once they have completed the reading, they can create a Venn Diagram of two of the characters, listing their similarities and differences. They can also create a story map, highlighting the sequence of events within the story. More information about this personal learning project can be found here.   

Extended Learning Projects:
Gifted Enrichment Plan

3-5 Social Studies Project Choice Board 
Math - 31 Day Lego Challenge.

ESOL: We have three wonderful ESOL teachers who support our class, Mrs. CofskyMrs. Wang, and Mrs. Ramirez. 
Here some websites for our English Language Learners: (Link attached)
English Language Learners

Encore Teachers will be posting information about how to do their lessons on their web pages! They have even posted personal learning projects you can take part in! PEMusicLibraryArtCounseling


Math ResourcesMath PlaygroundBedtime Math, ST Math (access via Clever), Greg Tang Math.
Weekly Wixie Math challenge  (access via Clever),Origo at Home.
Reading Resources:Storyline Online, MyOn (access via Clever), Lexia ( access via Clever), Tumble Books (access via Clever)
Science Resources: Gizmos (access via Clever), Brain Pop (access via Clever), National Geographic KidsPebble Go
Social Studies: Brain Pop (access via Clever), World Book Online,Discovery Education


3rd Grade Math Objectives.
3rd grade Social studies Objectives
3rd Grade Science Standards
3rd Grade Reading and Writing standards

For additional virtual learning sites here are some links which will direct you to helpful resources and sites (just click on the  link to access the sites!) 
1clever: Students can use our school home page to log into reading sites such as MyOn, Benchmark and Lexia, as well as our math sites ST Math ! They can also access Brain Pop through clever! There is also a daily math WIXIE challenge available on WIXIE to keep students challenged!
If a student does not remember how to log in from home you my use the direction link above if you have forgotten your user name you c
an use their computer username to access  clever accounts! ( and the password is they created at school.) 
2) Scholastic: This website will give students access to books, videos, magazines and more!

3)Storyline Online: This website allows for students to listen to stories be read aloud by famous people!
4) News Ela: Newsela is offering FREE access to theiarticles through this!

Please remember MyOn, ST Math, Lexia and Wixie can be accessed through CLEVER!
see link below:
How to Access Clever from Home (English)
How to access Clever from home (Spanish)
Lexia/MyOn/ST Math

Information to log in to clever is located in the hyperlink above:

  • Students should log on to Lexia three (3) times weekly for 20 minutes.
  • Student should log on to ST Math two (2) times weekly for 20 minutes.
  • Students should log on to MyOn each day for 20 minutes.
  • Independent Reading should be done daily for 20 minutes.

Helpful link to access resources from the Neabsco home page:
Neabsco homepage resources

 Visit the PWCS page for additional resources:
PWCS Home Learning

Take advantage of our library Catalog.
Library Catalog

Stay connected on Flip grid. Come and say hello! 

Students and families can email If they are in need of emotional support during this time. A school mental health professional will answer and offer virtual support to students/families to the best of their ability. Please note that this email is not to be used for emergency situations and it will not be monitored 24 hours a day. If a student is ever in an emergency situation he/she is encouraged to call 911.

The communication platform I use is
 Class Dojo, if you are not connected with me there please email me at to receive instructions and code to get connected!

As always reach out to me. I am here to support you in this challenging time. Image result for smiley face

 Contact info:
Neabsco Elementary School
Room 107

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