Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Memorial Day...Paper Pencil or Distance Learning!

This resource was designed to fill an entire day working with you class to develop an understanding of why we celebrate Memorial Day.
This resource contains:
What I know, what I wonder, what I learned
An eye opener to begin the day.
Let's Make Words
Parts of Speech
Word Search
Writing a paragraph about Memorial Day
Graphic Organizer
Final Write Pages (differentiated)
MY HERO Poster
Writing about a Hero
Definition for Veteran
Reading for Detail...Memorial Day
A mini book with informational text about Memorial Day. 
A question or statement page.
Math Game

This resource was designed for distance learning.  
The resource includes PPSlides as well as Slides compatible with Google and Google Classroom.
The slides have information on one side and directions for the student to complete an activity in a notebook or on paper for the teacher to view.
It begins with a fact about Memorial Day.
Students then create a KWL chart to record what they know and still wonder about Memorial Day.
Next informational text is provided for students with facts about Memorial Day.
Students will write about what they might see, hear, touch, and taste on Memorial Day.
Heroes are recognized on memorial day and your students will have fun identifying and writing about a hero to them.
For word work the students will work with nouns, verbs and adjectives.
Using words related to Memorial Day the student will divide them into the correct category.
The resource ends with a fun math game.
One Up or One Down 
This resource was designed to help You help Your Students from afar!

The Distant Learning resources are meant to encourage lessons online. They are not editable and students cannot write on them.
Students use notebooks or paper pencil.
I have worked and worked to fix sharing the link but it continues to break down so the easiest way to get the programs:
1.Open you zip file
2.If you wish to use Google go to your Google Docs and upload the Slides.  These can then be put into Google Classroom.
3.If you are sending a Power Point presentation open the PP.
I use Google Classroom and in the note part welcome students and share what we are going to be doing today.  I include links to stories and videos about the topic.


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