The following is information regarding which lesson in Math your child would have started on Monday, March 16th as well as available online resources for both Math and ELA. Although it is not mandatory for your child to complete any lessons at home; we strongly encourage you to use this time away from school to provide your child with as many opportunities as possible to engage in activities and lessons that will allow them to continue learning from home.
These are the readers that we have been using in class. Almost all words should be decodable and easily read.
Scroll down to first grade.Unit for Literacy
This is a great site for picture books for young readers.Eureka Math- Knowledge on the Go
Choose Grade 1 to find materials and video lessons. New video lessons and content updated daily.Youtube
Do a search for the lesson you need.
Begin with Module 5 lesson 4 and continue through Module 5 Lesson 13 followed by Module 6 Lessons 1 -30
Ex: Grade 1 module 5 lesson 5. Look for videos by “Teaching Independent Learners”
You may also use any of the other ones too.Zearn Math
You can create a free account.Epic!-
Families can set up a free account for 30 days and will instantly receive access to 35,000 of the best books, learning videos, quizzes & more.
Please encourage your child to READ as much as possible
Click on FREE Family Access to create a free account.
Free Subscription Code - SCHOOL3673
If it asks for School director put our principals name. Amy TremeStarfall Education
Select Grade 1 for Kids Games, Movies, & BooksIXL Language Arts & Math
Students can work up to 20 free language arts or math problems per day focused on skills such as adding and subtracting, tens and ones, telling time, categories, nouns, verb tense, time order, and much more. You can also set up a free account for 30 days to have access to the entire site.ABCYA
Select Grade 1 for a variety of educational and fun games