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Weekly Plan: Week 2 March 23-27, 2020SubjectLearning ObjectiveMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySpelling/PhonicsRead/Write 5 SightWords:116. right117. look118. think119. also120. aroundWrite words3x/eachMakeflashcardswithsentencesto reviewdailyWritesentences withyour wordsWrite each wordstaircase styleccacatBuild your wordswith magnetletters,constructionpaper, ormagazineclippingsWrite (or videoand share!) acreative story withyour wordsSpellingSpelling Workbook:Practice/reinforcesight wordsRainbowWordsSpelling FunPagesSpelling ReviewReadingReaders Have BigJobs:Tools forUnderstanding ourBooksTools for solvinghard wordsRead (10-30minutes)Choose aResponse:my favoritepartretellreviewRead (10-30minutes)Choose aResponse:my favoritepartretellreviewRead (10-30minutes)Choose aResponse:my favoritepartretellreviewRead (10-30minutes)Choose aResponse:my favoritepartretellreviewRead (10-30minutes)No ResponserequiredReading/PhonicsPractice/ReinforceReading SkillsMy Shared Readings (complete one/day if feasible)Scholastic News (complete any that look interesting)Raz KidsLexiaWritingGenre Review:Small MomentStoryInfo: How to orAll AboutOpinion/ReviewPick a genre and work on a piece (try to write at least 10 minutes, you can alwayscome back to this piece during the week).
Weekly Plan: Week 2 March 23-27, 2020Written LanguageDaily Oral LanguageWeek 21MondayWeek 21TuesdayWeek 21WednesdayWeek 21ThursdayWeek 21Friday (optional)Written LanguageHandwriting WithoutTears (practicepenmanship &neatness)Complete 2-4 pages/dayMathCountingPlace Value (10s/1s)Adding/SubtractingCounting:5-120by5s(keep going ifyou wish!)Decomposing:70How manyways can youshow?Story Problem:Write&solvemathstoryaboutcarrots.Free choicecount oreliminate It (write4 and have afamily membersolve)Play a MathGame or do aCountingCollectionMathPractice/ReinforceSkillsMy Math Workbook (complete any unfinished lessons)ST MathInquiryWhere We Are inPlace and TimeMe on the MapExplore MapsFamily Interview (see directions on independent study sheet)InquiryAnimal ResearchGo to National Geographic Kids: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/Pick an animal you’re interested in.Learn as much as you can about the animal!Write about all that you learned in your journal.