• Please use the suggested DAILY MENU below to help you stay organized with your distance learning during the week of March 23-27. If you need any Usernames/Passwords please email or DOJO Miss Fregeau and she will send them to you.

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS:

    DAILY DOs (daily):

    LINKS/RESOURCES:

    Read Works: Please read the texts and complete the questions doing a little bit each day. This is Not My Cat, Watching the Weather (15-20 minutes)

    https://www.readworks.org/student-authentication?url=%2Fstudent

    Class Code: PLFD7C

    IXL: Please complete 1-2 online exercises each day, HH.1-HH.10 Sentences, TT.1-TT.5 Capitalization, SS.1-SS.5 Commas (15-20 minutes)

    https://www.ixl.com/signin/plainvilleps

    Spelling City: Please work on the online exercises for Fundations Unit 7 words(10-15 minutes)

    https://www.spellingcity.com/Log-yourself-in.html

     

    MAY DOs: Please pick at least one to do daily (in addition to your MUST DOs) or you can replace a MUST DO with one of these choices to mix it up.

    LINKS/RESOURCES:

    Typing Pals (10-15 minutes)

    https://pvpspvps.typingpal.com/connexion/

    Tumble Books: This may take multiple days…read a book online, then complete a graphic organizer.

    https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/Default.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f

     Username: ajackson, Password: books

    EPIC: This may take multiple days…read a book online, then complete a graphic organizer.

    https://www.getepic.com/students

    Class code: jmg8145

    Grammar Park Games: The students can play online grammar games (10-15 minutes)

    https://www.harcourtschool.com/menus/preview/harcourt_language/grammar_park.html

    Daily Journal: Keep a daily journal during this time. Include your daily experiences at home and with your family. (10-15 minutes)

    Printable stationary can be found under HANDOUTS if needed.

    Board Games: Play a word or reading based board game at home with family such as Scrabble, Boggle, Bananagrams, etc.

     

     

    MATHEMATICS:

    DAILY DOs (daily):

    LINKS/RESOURCES:

    XtraMath: Please complete your daily math facts assignment (10-15 minutes)

    https://xtramath.org/#/signin/classroom2?c=VSVTTDQS

    IXL: Please complete 1-2 online exercises each day, W.1-W.23 Understand Fractions, X.1-X.12 Equivalent Fractions (15-20 minutes)

    https://www.ixl.com/signin/plainvilleps

    MAY DOs: Please pick at least one to do daily (in addition to your MUST DOs) or you can replace a MUST DO with one of these choices to mix it up.

    LINKS/RESOURCES:

    ORIGO Maintaining Concepts and Skills: 8.6, 8.8 (10-15 minutes per side)

    The printable worksheets are located under HANDOUTS.

    Prodigy: Numberline Fractions, Equivalent Fractions (15-20 minutes each day)

    https://sso.prodigygame.com/login#

    Happy Numbers: Adjusts to student, differentiated lessons/review (15-20 minutes)

    https://happynumbers.com/find_class

     Class Code: 847395

    Third Grade Mystery Pictures: These are a review of skills and offer coloring breaks

    These were emailed to parents. Please let Miss Fregeau know if you need them.

    Board Games: Play a numbers or math based board game at home with family such as Monopoly, Racko, Card games, etc.

    https://www.weareteachers.com/math-card-games/

    SCIENCE (Continuous Project):

    Please pick a severe weather topic (tornado, hurricane, thunder and lightning storms) and begin your research. When gathering your facts/details you can use sticky notes like we practiced in school (or scrap paper, index cards, journals…basically anything you can find at home). Use books, online articles, or videos about your severe weather and begin fact finding. Please be sure they are reputable resources (Not Wikipedia!!!) There are some resources listed below, as well as articles in your Read Works (How to Prepare for Severe Weather) and books in your EPIC accounts to get you started.

     The three main ideas are:

    What conditions cause your severe weather storm?

    What are the effects of your severe weather storm?

    How can we prepare and reduce the impact of your severe weather storm on communities?

    When we get back to class we will begin writing our severe weather expository essays so it will give you a head start if you have done the research.

    Grolier Encyclopedia:

    https://digital.scholastic.com/resources/slp/#/login?productCode=schgo&ref=MTU4NDk5NDQyM3w%3D

    Username: jackson238, Username: student

    World Book Encyclopedia:

    https://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/products?ed=all&gr=THIS+SERVICE+PROVIDED+BY+ASKRI.ORG

    Username: Plainville, Password: jwstudent

    Science Search Sites for Kids:

    http://www.kidfriendlysearch.com/Science.htm

     

    SOCIAL STUDIES (Continuous Projects):

    Create a GAME based on the Massachusetts Symbols. Use the website below to do research and create the questions and answers for your game.

    Be creative! J

    https://statesymbolsusa.org/states/united-states/massachusetts

     

    Complete the Founding Fathers Craftivity Biography Project. This was emailed to parents. If you need a copy please let Miss Fregeau know. You can use Grolier or World Book to complete the research/writing.