Week 4: New Question Words, when and where
Monday, June 26th: Use when in two sentences both with it being the first word. Have one sentence be a question and one not.
Tuesday, June 27th: Use where in your sentence and have it be a question. Write a second sentence answering that question.
Wednesday, June 28th: Write something fictional and silly. Ex: I was running around Town Lake and my unicorn jogging partner suggested that we should get snow cones after :D
Thursday, June 29th: Write a good nonfiction statement. Ex: The pumpkin life cycle consists of six stages.
Friday, June 30th: Summer Journal Check
Circle C Playground, 11:00-12:00
Read It, Draw It, Solve It: Zoey has 12 Pokemon cards and Aaron has 11 Pokemon cards. How many do they have all together? Is it an odd or even number? How many more cards would they need to get to have 35 all together?
Week 3 - Finish the Sentence Starter
Monday, June 19th: Yesterday we did_________for Father’s Day.
Tuesday, June 20th: If I were an animal, I would be _____ because_______.
Wednesday, June 21st: Design a sign for your bedroom door.
Thursday, June 22nd: If I had wings, I would_______.
Friday, June 23rd: This weekend I will_________.
Read It, Draw It, Solve It: Haven has 18 jelly beans. He ate 6 of them and gave the rest equally to 3 friends. How many did they get each?
Monday, June 12th Use the words look and what in the same sentence.
Tuesday, June 13th Use swim, movie or park in a sentence. Or write more than one sentence and use them all.
Wednesday, June 14th Use as many popcorn words as you can in a single sentence. Example: "I like to go to the Six Flags in San Antonio and ride the roller coasters with my friends," said Mr. Valdes.
***Remember not to use the word and too much or it will be a run-on sentence. Can you fit more than 12 in one sentence?***
Thursday, June 15th Finish the sentence "My favorite time of the day is_______"
Friday, June 16th Free Write!
Read It, Draw It, Solve It: Lauren has 15 baby chicks. A few months later 9 of them turned out to be hens. How many were roosters? If the 9 hens laid 2 eggs each how many would that be?
Week 1 – New Question Words: what and why
Monday, June 5th Use the word what at the beginning of your sentence and make it a question that you're asking. Write a second sentence answering your question.
Tuesday, June 6th Use the word why at the beginning of your sentence. It should end with a question mark. Write a second sentence answering your question.
Wednesday, June 7th Write about an event, big or small, that has happened so far with your time off.
Thursday, June 8th Finish the sentence: "I would like to go to....because...."
Friday, June 9th Free Write!
Read It, Draw It, Solve It: Sage has 21 marbles that he wants to pass out to 4 friends. He wants them all to have the same number. Will it work?
Ask your child about the Foam Block Challenge this year and they will tell you that it means balancing all 9 with only one block as the base. This is tricky because the sphere, cone and the hemisphere like to roll. Thanks to Mr. H, pictured below, I can offer the ULTIMATE Foam Block challenge to future classes now starting with the tower block math tub as the base :)