Welcome!

     Miss. DeBlasis
    Updated June 8th, 2020

Families-

I miss you all so much and hope you are keeping busy and healthy! Thank you for your patience during this time! Please read over everything and remember your health and well-being is our biggest concern!

There is no set time of the day in which students complete the assignments nor does the lesson have to be completed in a 60-minute time-frame. The lesson can be done throughout the day.  You will also find a folder for additional online resources that may be used to help your student on the tab for class pages under first grade.

Zoom Meetings will be held with students to discuss the information we will be learning during the week on Monday's from 8:15- 9:00 for kindergarten and 9:00-9:45 for First GradeON FRIDAYS Kindergarten and First Grade will meet together at 8:30am via zoom. These meetings will be for academic purposes and we ask that a parent is present for the duration of the meetings. Logins for these meetings can be found on this page.


In addition, I will be available for office hours Monday's and Friday's from 1:30 - 2:15 via ClassDojo messages or email: deblasc@pwcs.edu 
Please always feel free to reach out via email or ClassDojo as I will respond as soon as possible!


 

Lessons for the week of: June 8-12 

 

 

Language Arts 

-Don’t forget to log into Reading Eggs for 15-20 minutes DAILY! The Reading Eggs link can be found on “Additional Resources” tab on the Kindergarten Class Page.  Message your classroom teacher if you don’t know your child's username and password.  

-This week we will be reading fiction and nonfiction stories all about summer! 

 

High Tech  

Choose one of the books and think about what happened at the beginning, the middle and the end. Then draw a picture and write a few sentences about what happened in the story Upload this response sheet to Canvas so that your teacher can see what you learned! 

(Summer fun book: Beginning, Middle, end) 

KG Summer book BME.docx

Are You Ready for Summer? read by Mrs. DJ 

 

Limited Tech 

This week we will be reading fiction and nonfiction stories all about summer!  

 

Choose one of the books and think about what happened at the beginning, the middle and the end. Then draw a picture and write a few sentences about what happened in the beginning of the book, the middle and the end of the book. Share what you did with your teacher by taking a picture or send her a message.  

 

Are You Ready for Summer? read by Mrs. DJ 

 

No Tech 

This week we will be reading fiction and nonfiction stories all about summer!  

 

Choose a of the book about summer or watch a TV show and think about what happened at the beginning, the middle and the end. Then draw a picture and write a few sentences about what happened in the beginning of the book or show, the middle and the end of the book or show. Have a picnic outside and share what the story was about with your family.  

 

Sight words 
Follow along with Jack Hartman to practice the sight words where, why and in. After watching, write the sight words in sand, rice, or shaving cream. Don’t forget to say the words as you write them!  

Where: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERPAIsA6Kj4 

Why: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO_7t9EkCtg&t=30s 

In: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDY2QW8nZuk 

 

Writing 

High Tech 

Practice your sight words by writing sentences and tell your family member: (Where would you like to go this summer? Why do you want to go there? Is the place you chose in Virginia?) Post to Canvas! 

Limited Tech  

Practice your sight words by writing sentences and tell your family member: (Where would you like to go this summer? Why do you want to go there? Is the place you chose in Virginia?) Take a picture and send it to your teacher! 

No Tech  

Write sentences/draw a picture and tell your family member: (Where would you like to go this summer? Why do you want to go there? Is the place you chose in Virginia?) Send a picture to your teacher! 

 

Math 

-Don’t forget to work on Dream box for 20 minutes a day! The Dream Box link can be found on “Additional Resources” tab on the Kindergarten Class Page.  Message your classroom teacher for your class code 

This week we are focusing on connecting addition and subtraction.  

High Tech 

 Go to https://www.origoeducation.com/athome/, click United States, Click Grade K, Week 9, connecting addition and subtraction. At your own pace, complete the lessons Monday through Friday. Upload your work to Canvas or in a message to your teacher through e-mail or class dojo when your work is complete. 

Monday- Watch and talk 
Tuesday- Hands-on math 
Wednesday- problem-solving 
Thursday- Game Day 
Friday- Practice 

Limited Tech 

 Go to https://www.origoeducation.com/athome/, click United States, Click Grade K, Week 9, connecting addition and subtraction. At your own pace, complete the lessons Monday through Friday. Upload your work to Canvas or in a message to your teacher through e-mail or class dojo when your work is complete. 

Monday- Watch and talk 
Tuesday- Hands-on math 
Wednesday- problem-solving 
Thursday- Game Day 
Friday- Practice 

No Tech 

  1. Count orally to 100 

  1. Write numbers 1-20 

  1. Practice the problems below, illustrate and write your answer:  

There are 5 balls. 2 roll away. How many are left? 

4 crayons are red. 2 crayons are green. How many crayons are there in total? 

There are 6 eggs. One egg is broken. How many eggs are left? 

Tyler has 3 pennies. He finds 4 more pennies. How many pennies does he have now? 

 

 

  

Science 

This week we are focusing on the Five Senses. 

High Tech 

Review with a family member what the five senses are (taste, touch, smell, sight, hearing) 

Watch the BrainPop Jr video https://jr.brainpop.com/health/bodies/senses/ 

Complete the Write About It activity. Think about a baseball game you’ve been to. Maybe a Nationals game, a family member’s baseball game, or maybe your baseball game! If you haven’t been to a baseball game, imagine what it would be like. 

Illustrate a picture to go along with your writing. Share your work with your teacher on Canvas. 

Limited Tech 

Review with a family member what the five senses are (taste, touch, smell, sight, hearing) 

Watch the BrainPop Jr video https://jr.brainpop.com/health/bodies/senses/ 

Think about a baseball game you’ve been to. Maybe a Nationals game, a family member’s baseball game, or maybe your baseball game! If you haven’t been to a baseball game, imagine what it would be like. 

Write a sentence about a time you used one of your senses at a baseball game and illustrate a picture to go with your sentence. Pick another one of your senses and write another sentence and illustrate another picture. 

 

No Tech 

Review with a family member what the five senses are (taste, touch, smell, sight, hearing) 

Think about a baseball game you’ve been to. Maybe a Nationals game, a family member’s baseball game, or maybe your baseball game! If you haven’t been to a baseball game, imagine what it would be like. 

Write a sentence for each sense and what you used it for or would use it for. Illustrate a picture for each sentence you write. 

 

 

Social Studies 

This week we are focusing on Geography.  

High Tech 

Talk to a family member about some things you might use a map for!  

Treasure Hunt: Pick an object that will be the treasure! Hide the object somewhere in your house and/or backyard. Next, draw your very own treasure map for a family member to use to find the hidden treasure! Remember to create a map key! You should have at least 3 symbols in your map key! 

Take a video of yourself explaining your treasure map and send it to your teacher!  

Limited Tech 

Talk to a family member about some things you might use a map for!  

Treasure Hunt: Pick an object that will be the treasure! Hide the object somewhere in your house and/or backyard. Next, draw your very own treasure map for a family member to use to find the hidden treasure! Remember to create a map key! You should have at least 3 symbols in your map key! 

Send a picture of your treasure map to your teacher!  

No Tech 

Talk to a family member about some things you might use a map for!  

Treasure Hunt: Pick an object that will be the treasure! Hide the object somewhere in your house and/or backyard. Next, draw your very own treasure map for a family member to use to find the hidden treasure! Remember to create a map key! You should have at least 3 symbols in your map key!  

 

 


Belmont Student Schedule

Monday:

Reading- 60 Minutes

PE- 15 Minutes

Art- 45 Minutes

Tuesday:

Writing- 60 Minutes

PE- 15 Minutes

MusicStrings 45 Minutes

Wednesday:

Math- 60 Minutes

PE- 15 Minutes

Library-45 Minutes

Thursday:

Science- 60 Minutes

PE- 15 Minutes

Guidance- 45 Minutes

Friday:

Social Studies- 60 Minutes

PE- 15 Minutes

STEM- 45 Minutes