Kuyler Lang (1-2)

Mr. Lang's Website, Social Distancing Edition:

Here are Mr. Kearby's and Mrs. Short's suggestions.

 

A morning message for you on a rainy day. Watch the very end!

March 30

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 1

Try out the readworks activity on Carlsbad Caverns. See my email for how to log in. 

https://www.readworks.org/

 

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 2

Another Mystery Doug link to watch, enjoy, and learn from:

https://mysterydoug.com/mysteries/germs-sanitizer

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 3

This video and activity are more advanced but if your child is needing something extra to engage them, you might try this activity. Watch this video, research some of the historical inaccuracies in the second link then try the activity below the links. 

Some historical inaccuracies (scroll down to where it lists the "Liberty or Death" inaccuracies. 

https://libertyskids.fandom.com/wiki/Historical_inaccuracies_within_Liberty%27s_Kids

HOW YOU MIGHT DEMONSTRATE YOUR LEARNING (AGAIN, THIS IS NOT MANDATORY!):

Create a scene from the show using legos, dolls, stuffed animals, even your pets! Take a picture and send it to me so I can post it on class Dojo. This will be an option every day of the week using new videos each day. 

 

March 31

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 1

Here is some alphabetizing practice from ABCYA:

https://www.abcya.com/games/alphabetize

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 2

Another classic Schoolhouse Rock for social studies. 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 3

This video and activity are more advanced but if your child is needing something extra to engage them, you might try this activity. Watch this video, research some of the historical inaccuracies in the second link then try the activity below the links. 

Some historical innacuracies:

https://libertyskids.fandom.com/wiki/Historical_inaccuracies_within_Liberty%27s_Kids

HOW YOU MIGHT DEMONSTRATE YOUR LEARNING (AGAIN, THIS IS NOT MANDATORY!):

Create a scene from the show using legos, dolls, stuffed animals, even your pets! Take a picture and send it to me so I can post it on class Dojo. This will be an option every day of the week using new videos each day. 

 

April 1

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 1

Write a 7 to 10 page essay exploring the paradox inherent in spending one's life trying to solve the existential dilemma. April fools. Try another game by Mr. Nussbaum instead. And feel free to explore his other great learning games and articles. 

https://mrnussbaum.com/continents-and-oceans-online-game

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 2

Arcademics has some good games. Here is one to help with those math facts in your packets. As usual, try out some of the other games on the site. There are easier ones and MUCH harder ones. Just keep clicking the blue buttons and you'll get into the game. 

https://www.arcademics.com/games/alien

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 3

This video and activity are more advanced but if your child is needing something extra to engage them, you might try this activity. Watch this video, research some of the historical inaccuracies in the second link then try the activity below the links. 

HOW YOU MIGHT DEMONSTRATE YOUR LEARNING (AGAIN, THIS IS NOT MANDATORY!):

Create a scene from the show using legos, dolls, stuffed animals, even your pets! Take a picture and send it to me so I can post it on class Dojo. This will be an option every day of the week using new videos each day. 

 

April 2

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 1

Another mathplayground game. This one is about fractions. And feel free to explore the other games on this site. 

https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_PizzaPandas.html

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 2

National Geographic Kids has some wonderful resources available. Try this or one of their many other learning activities. 

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/games/action-and-adventure/on-the-trail-of-captain-john-smith/

 

SUGGESTED (NOT MANDATORY) ACTIVITY 3

This video and activity are more advanced. The ideas and events mentioned require a high degree of maturity for a grade 1/2 student to process. It might be worth skipping this if you can't sit down and join them for about 5-10 minutes to watch and then click the "Challenge" activity at the end. But it's up to you. If you think they can handle it have them jump right in. They'll also have to use their Brainpop account again using the following password and username. And please, try out some of the multitude of activities on this site:

USERNAME: firstname.lastname

PASSWORD: firstname1212

Maya Angelou died in 2014 but she would've been 92 this Sabbath. Here is a Brainpop story about 

https://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/africanamericanhistory/mayaangelou/

 

 

 

 

 

Kuyler Lang, 

Grade 1-2

Kuyler.Lang@rogersschool.org