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Week 7: May 18-21, 2020

Kindergarten and First Grade

Kindergarten and First Grade Weekly Resources
Broadcast DateTopicStudent Resources:
English
Student Resources:
Spanish
Additional Materials Needed
Monday,
May 18
ELA: Hearing Sounds
in Words.
Segmenting sounds, vowels, paper airplanes
Paper, pencil, coloring utensils, letter cards, scissors, paint, paint brushes, markers, leaves
Tuesday,
May 19
Math: Shopping at
the Math Store.
Number of the day and literature connection
None needed
Wednesday,
May 20
ELA: National Forests. Kinder phonics and Smokey Bear’s story Paper, pencil, scissors, letter cards, popsicle sticks
Thursday,
May 21
Math and Science:
Shadow Puppets and Paper Plate Math.
 
Investigate light and use your mental math skills
None needed
Friday,
May 22
K-5 PE: Virtual Field
Day!
 
Join in the fun with simple and exciting games you can do from home
  • Timer, clock, or watch
  • Water bottle or plastic cup, towel, socks
  • Balloon or ziploc bag; ping pong ball or balloon, paper plates
  • Plastic or paper cups, shoes

English Language Development/
Spanish Language Arts

ELD/SLA Weekly Resources
Broadcast DateTopicStudent Resources:
Spanish
Additional Materials Needed
Monday,
May 18
Artes del lenguaje (3º - 5º):
El español y Nuevo México.

Tildes en palabras graves. Geografía de Iberoamérica. Historia y arte: Hojalatería en Nuevo México.
Papel, lápiz, papel de aluminio, pegamento y marcadores.
Tuesday,
May 19
Matemáticas (3º - 5º): “Guerra”
de Valor Posicional.
 
Exploremos
el valor posicional y escribamos
números en forma expandida.
Papel, marcador, dados, piezas de dominó, tarjetas
Wednesday,
May 20
English Language Development:
Celebrating Names (K-2).
 
Literature connection, setting goals, name games
None needed
Thursday,
May 21
Artes del lenguaje (K - 2º): 
Lectura y escritura.
Abecedario,
puntuación, y sílabas trabadas
Papel, lápiz, y tijeras.
Friday,
May 22
Music: Happy, Hyper or Calm. 
Why does music affect our feelings?
Optional: guitar, drum, small rocks/found items to pass around, scarf or small towel

Second and Third Grade

Second and Third Grade Weekly Resources
Broadcast DateTopicStudent Resources:
English
Student Resources:
Spanish
Additional Materials Needed
Monday,
May 18
ELA: Economics. What are wants and needs Paper and pencil
Tuesday,
May 19
Math: Pick a Pattern, Any Pattern. “Robot Stepper “exploration and literature connection Pencil, paper, 20-bead rack, deck of cards
Wednesday,
May 20
ELA: Economics. Create your own money game at home! Popsicle sticks, paper, container. muffin tins, poster-board or large paper, crayons, markers
Thursday,
May 21
Math and Science: Magnets and Number Puzzles. Explore static electricity and magnets, learn to play Ken Ken Pencil, paper, 5 dice, set of full 5-frames
Friday,
May 22
Fine Arts: Be Cool with Summer Art

Fourth and Fifth Grade

Fourth and Fifth Grade Weekly Resources
Broadcast DateTopicStudent Resources:
English
Student Resources:
Spanish
Additional Materials Needed
Monday,
May 18
ELA: Two Bad Ants by Chris Van AllsburgExplore point of view and inferencing, build an ant playground Recycled materials to build an ant playground, scissors, glue, pencil, paper
Tuesday,
May 19
Math: From Fractions to Millions. Count in many ways, learn a spiral card game Pencil, paper, deck of cards and 1 die
Wednesday,
May 20
ELA: We Are the Gardners by Joanna Gaines. How can I use the engineering design process to solve problems? Recycled materials, scissors, glue, pencil, paper
Thursday,
May 21
Math and Science: Collisions, Puzzles and Logic. Investigate collisions and learn new math games Pencil, paper, 6 dice
Friday,
May 22
Science: Planning a Robot Prototype. How can we share ideas in the engineering design process?
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About the Learning Resources

The learning resources are created in Google Docs. Albuquerque Public Schools uses Google tools for classroom collaboration within the academic community. Students and teachers can create documents, spreadsheets and presentations, all the while collaborating with each other in real-time, right inside a web browser window. Because Google runs on PC or Mac web browsers. Students can work from almost any family computer without having to purchase new software.