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    Hello students and families, 

    Yesterday a system-wide email was sent to you by SchoolMessenger that provided families with interim K-9 resources and activities to engage in for the time prior to the scheduled spring break. You can access the resources here.

    On this webpage, CBE has collected ideas and activities to support active learning across the disciplines. These activities are easy to do at home using common materials and are engaging for students and families. 

    In addition, here are some other suggestions that students in Grade 4/5 could be doing to keep up with their learning at home:

    ·         Read each day for 20 minutes 

    - Ms. T's Suggestion: Enjoy the story together! Relax, cuddle up, turn off the TV, and grab a blanket and popcorn. Choose books that you are all excited about, and can read together, shared reading and taking turns can truly be a connecting and relaxing academic experience. Reading a chapter book with more difficult vocabulary gives opportunity to discuss vocabulary words and use them more frequently.

    ·         Math learning - https://www.iknowit.com/  / mathletics.com 

    - Ms. T's Suggestion: Students have their own learner profiles in Mathletics. Please feel free to choose ANY activities that your child may want extra practice with, this is a great time to go back a little and solidify multiplication, addition, and word problems with your child.

     

    After spring break, we will provide an additional level of support for all of our students. 


    Please take care, my heart is with you all... 


    -Amy Titley

    Ms. Titley – Grade 4-5

    Hello students and families, 

    Yesterday a system-wide email was sent to you by SchoolMessenger that provided families with interim K-9 resources and activities to engage in for the time prior to the scheduled spring break. You can access the resources here.

    On this webpage, CBE has collected ideas and activities to support active learning across the disciplines. These activities are easy to do at home using common materials and are engaging for students and families. 

    In addition, here are some other suggestions that students in Grade 4/5 could be doing to keep up with their learning at home:

    ·         Read each day for 20 minutes 

    - Ms. T's Suggestion: Enjoy the story together! Relax, cuddle up, turn off the TV, and grab a blanket and popcorn. Choose books that you are all excited about, and can read together, shared reading and taking turns can truly be a connecting and relaxing academic experience. Reading a chapter book with more difficult vocabulary gives opportunity to discuss vocabulary words and use them more frequently.

    ·         Math learning - https://www.iknowit.com/  / mathletics.com 

    - Ms. T's Suggestion: Students have their own learner profiles in Mathletics. Please feel free to choose ANY activities that your child may want extra practice with, this is a great time to go back a little and solidify multiplication, addition, and word problems with your child.

     

    After spring break, we will provide an additional level of support for all of our students. 


    Please take care, my heart is with you all... 


    -Amy Titley

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