REMOTE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
April 27- May 1, 2020
Dear Students and Parents,
Below is a list of learning opportunities across all subject areas to offer instruction and challenge during the upcoming week. Please DO NOT feel overwhelmed. Do whatever fits best with your family routines and school work schedule. You and your child can contact me through email and I'll help/assist as needed.
This week, we will continue our morning class meetings at 9:30. We will be joined on Tuesday by Mrs. Kefgen and on Wednesday by Mrs. Moses.
Thank you for your flexibility and support.
- Log in through Clever. Try to pass your weekly goal and beyond! Congratulations to Gopal, Eva, Angela-Marie, and Caleb, last week's Lexia Leaders!
- Follow the directions at this link. Be sure to "Test Your Knowledge" and try the extension activities!
- Write an encouraging letter to grandparents or other family members not in your house. Be sure to check on how they are doing, tell a joke, share some things you have been doing, etc. Your letter can either be mailed or sent electronically. Ask them to write back. Have fun uplifting others!
- Check out "Math with Mr. Fitz" every Tuesday at 2:00pm. Log into a Google Meet with your student account and enter fitzmath as the nickname. He looks forward to seeing you!
- Imagine Math (Log in through Clever) Try to pass at least 3 lessons this week. Your ultimate goal is to complete your pathway. I will be assigning you new pathways, so look for those.
- Everyday Math online (choose McGraw-Hill's ConnectED from the drop down menu, then log in with your Google account information. Then select Mr. Eszes 2019-2020) Lessons 6-4 and 6-7 should be your priority this week. Work on the journal pages, math boxes, and home links. There are also games and "Do Anytime Activities" that can be accessed. Click HERE for a Family Tutorial video that can help you navigate the ConnectED website. You can also watch any of the Tutorial videos on the Everyday Math website)
- We will be exploring division strategies for the next few weeks. Everyday Math teaches a method that can be found on the above link. All of your parents also know another way called Long Division. If anyone knows or learns how to do long division, try making a tutorial video to share. We could use it to teach each other.
- What Can Magnets Do? Watch, read, think, reflect, and enjoy.
- Announcing the Howey and Eszes 4th grade Virtual Talent Show. Click here to make your Flipgrid showing us one of your many talents. Follow the directions at this link.
Mr. E's Mystery Challenge:
- Soundtrap is a recording software that people have created music, podcasts, and other recordings. I'm not sure what we can do with this, but I signed up for an account to try it out with you. Click HERE to try it out and let me know what ideas you have for how we can use it. Watch one of the tutorial videos provided on the "tutorials" tab.
- Endangered Animal Research Project Continue working on your project. Use the research tools to find new information. Record any new information on the notecards in the presentation. Let me know how I can help during your project. Have fun!!
- Here is an optional Khan Academy schedule that you can use as needed to make a daily schedule that works for you and your family.