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Today’s Assignments: Day 29

Today in Language Arts, enjoy the video story called Commotion in the Ocean.

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Reading/Literature K
Read and Log
Read with your teacher for 30 minutes and record it in your Reading Log. Use Lined Story Paper to write a sentence about what you read and draw a picture.

  1. Pick out a reading book
  2. Reading Log
  3. Lined Story Paper
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Language Arts K
Emergent Reading

Watch the video-story, Commotion in the Ocean, and discuss with your teacher. Use Lined Story Paper to draw a picture and write a sentence about something that happened in the video and what you think about it.

  1. Lined Story Paper

Spelling Quiz: Take the Quiz.

  1. Quiz
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Math K
Numbers from 0 to 20

Follow along with the video and count numbers and objects to 20. Do the Write Numbers to 20 Worksheet.

  1. Write Numbers to 20 Worksheet
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History/Social Studies K
Honesty, Courage, Determination, and Responsibility

Watch the video about the boy who cried wolf and discuss honesty with your teacher. Use Lined Story Paper to draw a picture and write a sentence about honesty.

  1. Honesty Definition
  2. Lined Story Paper
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Science K
Observe, Measure, and Predict Properties of Materials

Watch the video about measuring Air Pressure and discuss with your teacher. Use Lined Story Paper to write a sentence and draw a picture or use the Investigative Worksheet.

  1. Pressure Facts for Kids
  2. Ducksters: Pressure
  3. Pressure
  4. Pushy Pressure (advanced)
  5. What is air pressure? (advanced)
  6. Lined Story Paper
  7. Investigative Worksheet
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Visual and Performing Arts K
Art

Make a Puppet of yourself!
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