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Unit 5 Study Guide Part 1: 

Students will complete the first half of the study guide.  Be sure to show your strategy and check your work! 

Word Problems (Addition and Subtraction):

Option 1: 

 

Go to Khan Academy 1st Grade Math online. 

**The link is attached at the bottom of the Choice Board.

Option 2: 

 

Subtraction word problems.

**The word problems are located on Choice Board Documents.

Pebble Go: 

Students will log onto Pebble Go.  **Instructions to access Pebble Go can be found below.  Once here, students will read about the following animals:

  • Salamander

  • Vulture

  • Nurse shark

  • Turtle

  • Howler monkey

  • Praying mantis

Using a blank piece of paper, make note of what each of these animals needs to survive.  Once complete, circle the common needs of all animals. (Common needs are water, food, shelter, air.)

IRead
Work for at least 20-40 minute. The goal is to complete at least 2 sessions with 80% mastery or higher. 

 

Login through Launchpad from any device.  Functions best with Google Chrome browser, requires Adobe Flash.

 

Unit 5 Study Guide Part 2: 

Students will complete the second half of the study guide.  Be sure to show your strategy and check your work! 

Animal Characteristic Book: 

Log into your Class Link and click on Brain Pop Jr.  Watch the video called “Classifying Animals”. Pause the video after watching the portion about Mammals.  Write down characteristics of mammals using your “Animal Characteristics Notes” (attached) or take notes on a blank piece of paper.  Repeat these steps for Amphibians and Reptiles. 

Animal Characteristic Book: 

Log into your Class Link and click on Brain Pop Jr.  Watch the video called “Classifying Animals”. Pause the video after watching the portion about Mammals.  Write down characteristics of mammals using your “Animal Characteristics Notes” (attached) or take notes on a blank piece of paper.  Repeat these steps for Amphibians and Reptiles.

Opinion Writing:

Would you rather go back in time to be Ruby Bridges or George Washington Carver? Write an opinion piece giving three main reasons why based on facts you have learned about the historical figure of your choice. Design a front cover for your writing including a drawing of the person.

Plants/Animals Compare and Contrast:

Students will access the EPIC book collection on plants or animals to read two books of your choice. **Steps to access the EPIC collection can be found below. Students may also read two nonfiction books from home. 

Option one: After reading, complete the venn diagram on Seesaw. **Steps to Seesaw can be found below.

 

Option two: Complete the venn diagram on paper and turn in when we come back.

 

Seesaw Color Poem or Seesaw Sensory Poem:

Before completing poems, watch  video:https://jr.brainpop.com/readingandwriting/writing/writingwiththesenses/ 

 

Option one: Complete the color or sensory poem activity on Seesaw. **Steps to access Seesaw can be found below.

 

Option two: 

 

Complete the attached poem on paper and return it to school when we come back. 

OW/OU Phonics- in attachments. Assessment will be posted on SeeSaw.

Read for 20 minutes

Read a book of your choice for 20 minutes. You can read independently or to a parent. After reading complete the options below. Reading log is attached below and should be turned into the class when we come back. 

 

Fiction- What were the main characters? What was the setting? Retell the main parts of the story.

 

 

Nonfiction- Tell the main topic and retell three important facts you have learned from the book.