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Updated on 6-12-2020

Hello my wonderful Room 110 Families,
School is out for the summer!! If you are looking for academic activities please check out the links below!! If you have any questions over the summer you can email me at killmecm@pwcs.edu or message me on class dojo! 

I hope you have a great summer! I miss you so much, and I am so very proud of all your hard work this year! 
I LOVE YOU ALL!
- Miss K.
Summer Resources:


Reading:
 
 

Reading Eggs 
Please remember to log on to Reading Eggs every day during the week for at least 20 minutes! If you don’t have your child’s username and password, please e-mail your classroom teacher at your earliest convenience. 

Unite for Literacy 

This website is full of books that your child can either read or have read to them! There are all kinds of fun, informative mini books. Use this website when you are looking for something fun for your child to do. 

Jack Hartman and Jan Richardson Sight words Videos 

These videos are super fun and educational! You can sing and dance along while practicing your sight words.  

PWCS Summer Reading 

 Summer is a great time for students to read for pleasure and dive deep into their favorite genre or experience something new. Providing students with choice in what they read increases their reading motivation and engagement. Grade level suggested reading lists are included on the website. You are free to capture your child’s reading log by recording the title, author, and date read.  

This is a voluntary program. Students who participate complete a minimum number of readings:  

Grades K–2, read 5 books  

Grades 3–5, read 3 books  

Grades 6–12, read 2 books  

Students who complete the log, will be invited to have lunch in the library when school resumes! 

Read every day! 

Reading every day for 20 minutes will increase your child’s knowledge and ability as they grow. Having your child read to you or reading to your child in ANY language is so important. Make this a nightly activity with your child, they will gain so much from it. 

 

Math:  

Origo at home (expires June 30th):  

Origo at home is an AWESOME user-friendly resource for math. It covers almost all of the math topics discussed in Kindergarten. Topics such as positional words, teen numbers, addition within 10, subtraction, counting to 100 and connecting addition and subtraction. Unfortunately, our school subscription with Origo ends June 30th and does not resume until August. We recommend checking out weeks 1-9 and printing off the directions to your child favorite activity to keep and reuse over the summer! 

Dreambox: 

As always, please continue to log into Dreambox at least once a week for at-least 15-20 minutes. If you do not already have the classroom code to login, please message your child's Kindergarten teacher for that information. The skills and activities Dreambox use are meant to push your child to think abstractly about math concepts. These math concepts are used throughout elementary school in addition and subtraction.  

Tumble math books: 

Reading for 20 minutes doesn’t need to be just fiction and non-fiction! Tumble math books offer a wide variety of books written to enhance almost any math concept you can think of! Just select one of the topics at the top of the page and choose from many books about the topic. We recommend sticking to the topics of addition, subtraction, word problems, fractions, graphing and time/temperature.  

Youcubed at home: 

Make an account or use the videos posted to the home page, it’s up to you! Youcubed offers directions to many activities you can make and use at home. Note that next to each video is a grade range in parenthesis. Please stick to the videos with a grade range including K, unless you believe your child can do an activity that is higher.  

Math Investigations Games:  

Math investigation games are very user friendly and summarize many topics taught throughout the school year. Simply, choose your grade level on the red side bar on the left, and select your level on the tool bar at the top! We recommend you start with level 1 (the yellow hexagons) and work your way to level 8. The activities build off of each other and are slightly more challenging as the levels increase.