I am missing my students like crazy! Please feel free to email me to set up a time to Zoom conference with you and your child! I am happy to assist with any instruction of optional activities this week.
If your child had worksheets sent home the last day of school, please continue to work through those at your child’s pace for review of content already learned prior to the school closure. Please see below for further explanation.
Additionally, below each subject you will find additional websites that we use during the school week. Your child knows how to login and navigate each site. If you or your child need additional assistance, please call or email me at any time! I have emailed you additional contact information.
Math: A folder with simple review problems was sent home. Your child should be able to do this practice material independently. These are NOT GRADED and all of the sheets do NOT need to be completed. These can be worked on at your pace for continued practice.
Reading: Some students received review reading worksheets. These can be completed independently for continued practice and worked on at your pace. These are NOT GRADED and all of the sheets do NOT need to be completed. If a textbook was sent home, have your child practice reading the stories aloud to you. If they would like to record themselves and send me a video or Zoom conference while reading, please call or email me. I would love to listen!
https://www.raz-kids.com/ (teacher – jgrigsbyd, students know passwords)
https://espark.app/ (students know login and passwords)
www.getepic.com/students (class code: hec1869)
Practice writing sentences with your previous spelling lists. Write a story using at 5-8 of you previous words.
One School, One Book: Please visit the webpage for pacing, discussion questions, and activities. Don't forget your child can listen to the audio of teachers reading the chapter. Use the link below.
Please reference your homeroom teacher’s websites for additional content such as science/social studies, special area subjects, and fun virtual tours.
Social Emotional Skills: Please access the following websites for social emotional learning that can be practiced at home. Additionally, regular board games can be easily turned into fun social emotional learning games! Here are a few of my favorites:
1. Feelings Uno: Assign a feeling to each color. Follow the regular Uno rules, but upon discarding name a time you felt that way or something that could make you feel that way. I great way to start conversations with family members as well. This a a great family game for ages 4 and up.
2. Feelings Candyland: Similar to Feeling Uno- assign a feeling to each color on the board. When you land on a space, tell about a time you felt that way or something that makes you feel that way. This a great family game for ages 4 -12.
3. Feelings Jenga – Write various feelings on Jenga pieces (or write on paper and tape the paper onto the Jenga pieces). Play the regular game rules, but discuss the feelings on each piece as the blocks are pulled from the tower.
Social Emotional Resources for talking to children about Covid-19
Feeding your Family: Gab-n-Go Lunch Options:
West Shore School District has Grab-and-Go lunches that are available for Camp Hill School District Students.
The location closest to you would be Washington Heights Elementary School. The address is 531 Walnut St., Lemoyne, PA 17043. These lunches are available from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at this time.