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FIRST GRADE WEEKLY LEARNING GRID

Please refer to this grid each day as a checklist of activities. You can even print it for your student. ALL of these activities have been added to SeeSaw and have verbal directions so students have access to all of this. There are a couple of optional activities and example images that are not in SeeSaw if you want to reference the grid. The grid is being used district-wide.

 

Room 19 First Grade Learning Grid 5/11-5/15

 

 

 

***WEEKLY GRID WILL BE AVAILABLE ON MONDAY OF EACH SCHOOL WEEK.

STAR OF THE WEEK SCHEDULE: WEDNESDAY ZOOM AT 10:00AM

All students will join in our Zoom meetings on Wednesdays at 10:00 to honor our last three Stars of the Week.  They will have a chance to be interviewed by Mrs. Hagel, show six pictures, 3-4 items from home and introduce their families. We will also have a time for questions, comments and compliments! 

Wed, April 8th: Kiran

Wed, April 15th: Enzo

Wed, April 22nd: Nina

Contact Information During Distance Learning

Mrs. Hagel:

lhagel@lafsd.org

OR

We can set up a phone call or Zoom meeting. 

 

Mrs. Hagel's Family

Here we are in Tahoe after climbing Eagle Rock!   We love to be in Tahoe in the summer, but spend even more time there in the winter, when you can find us on the slopes most weekends!  Pictured with me: Sam (18), Grace (16), Henry (14) and Matt (40-something).IMG 6713.JPG

Leslie Hagel

PARENTS! YOU ARE DOING GREAT!

Thank you for partnering with me to teach your child!  Please set up a space and schedule that works for you. I am just an email away with any questions or comments. Room 19 families are THE BEST and I miss all of you!

ROOM 19 DISTANCE LEARNING HEADQUARTERS: WEEKLY SCHEDULE!

MONDAY: 

8:25: Email from Mrs. Hagel with links and reminders. Written or video introduction to the day's work and Zoom invitation all found on SeeSaw.  The video Morning Message is found in the Announcements and the Zoom appointment invitation is found as an activity. All work will be dropped into the Activities on SeeSaw by 8:25 each morning so that 'school' can begin at 8:30. 

 

10:00 Zoom Small Group Calls: Math Talk and Reading

 

11:00-12:00 Mrs. Hagel's Office Hours (real-time email response and/or appointments for calls/zoom) 

 

TUESDAY: 

8:25: Email from Mrs. Hagel with links and reminders. Written or video introduction to the day's work found on SeeSaw.  The video Morning Message is found in the Announcements. All work will be dropped into the Activities on SeeSaw by 8:25 each morning so that 'school' can begin at 8:30.  

WEDNESDAY: 

8:25: Email from Mrs. Hagel with links and reminders. Written or video introduction to the day's work and Zoom invitation all found on SeeSaw.  The video Morning Message is found in the Announcements and the Zoom appointment invitation is found as an activity. All work will be dropped into the Activities on SeeSaw by 8:25 each morning so that 'school' can begin at 8:30. 

 

10:00 Zoom Whole Class Call: Activity TBA

 

11:00-12:00 Mrs. Hagel's Office Hours (real-time email response and/or appointments for calls/zoom) 

THURSDAY:

7:30-8:25: Email from Mrs. Hagel with links and reminders. Written or video introduction to the day's work found on SeeSaw.  The video Morning Message is found in the Announcements. All work will be dropped into the Activities on SeeSaw by 8:25 each morning so that 'school' can begin at 8:30. 

FRIDAY:

7:30-8:25: Email from Mrs. Hagel with links and reminders. Written or video introduction to the day's work and Zoom invitation all found on SeeSaw.  The video Morning Message is found in the Announcements and the Zoom appointment invitation is found as an activity. All work will be dropped into the Activities on SeeSaw by 8:25 each morning so that 'school' can begin at 8:30. 

 

10:00 Zoom Small Group Calls: Same groups and times as Monday. Activity TBD.

 

11:00-12:00 Mrs. Hagel's Office Hours (real-time email response and/or appointments for calls/zoom) 

GET YOUR BOOK BOX READY: READING WORKSHOP IS GOING VIRTUAL-MEETING CHARACTERS!

Although it will be delivered virtually, students will have an opportunity to watch daily videos of Reading Workshop Mini Lessons to set them on the path of learning.  Plan to watch the video and then your child should read independently for 20-30 minutes in books that feel 'just right' (not too easy and not too hard).  Put together a little book bin so they are ready for this! 

 

In this unit, entitled “Meeting Characters and Learning Lessons”, students will learn empathy, imagination, prediction and more.  Students will also be learning that every time you open a storybook, you meet a character who is going places and doing things and that the reader gets to go, too!  This is perfect for our time in Shelter-In-Place as we can imagine many adventures and go with our characters.  

IMPORTANT LINKS AND PASSWORDS

Seesaw

https://app.seesaw.me/

Tap "I'm a student" and put in your personal learning code that was emailed by me to you

Lexia

https://www.lexiacore5.com/register

teacher email: lhagel@lafsd.org

username: your child's first initial and last name (*except Sawyer=sawyera; Ella=ellaa)

password: read

RazKids

https://www.kidsa-z.com/main/Login?_ga=2.56474665.383451423.1574475334-894229624.1574475334

teacher username: lhagel1

click child's name

click the picture of the rocket

Epic

https://www.getepic.com/sign-in/educator

Class Code: yqu1590

Still need to create an account?  Go here

Brain Pop Jr!

https://jr.brainpop.com/

username: lafsd

password: Lafayette1

GET READY FOR WRITING WORKSHOP

You can get set up to be ready for Writing Workshop. Create a cup of pencils, pens and erasers. If you want, you can print writing paper from this link:

writing paper-8 lines.pdf

If you cannot print paper, ANY paper will do!  You might even want to use a folder or make one by folding a big piece of paper in half. I can't wait to read your writing!

 

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