Below you will find the assignments for our E-learning day.  They are organized by grade.  Assignments will be due, for a grade, when you return to school.

FOR READWORKS.ORG: If it asks for you to sign in to read the article, use class code K7WDPK with the password 1234.

 

Kindergarten

Reading – Listen to the story Harry the Dirty Dog  by following this link:  http://www.storylineonline.net/books/harry-the-dirty-dog/ .  On a piece of paper, write who the characters were, what the setting is of the story (where the story takes place), and the plot of the story (one sentence for each part – beginning, middle, and end).

Math – Practice identifying and counting coins by following this link: http://www.abcya.com/learning_coins.htm

 

First Grade

Reading – Read or listen to the article called A Dog is a Mammal by following this link: https://www.readworks.org/article/A-Dog-Is-a-Mammal/eef375de-837e-44bf-9901-a91210d89742#!articleTab:content/

On a piece of paper, write three characteristics of mammals.

Math – Choose from one of the following math games to play:

http://www.abcya.com/one_hundred_number_chart_game.htm

http://www.abcya.com/number_bingo.htm

http://www.abcya.com/math_facts_game.htm

 

Second Grade

Math-complete packet that was sent home.

English-complete packet. Read for 20 minutes.

Social Studiestimeline project

 

Third Grade

Math –  Complete the subtraction worksheet.  Once the worksheet is complete, log into MathBots and practice for 20 minutes.

Science/Reading – Read the Water Cycle article and answer the questions on the back.

Religion –  Complete the four prayer cards.

 

Fourth Grade

Religion – Read Mark 5:22-43.  Write summary of that passage.

Reading/Science/Social Studies – Read the article “A New Kind of Library” from ReadWorks.org.

Math – Complete your Vimme corrections.

 

Fifth Grade

Math –  Log into Vimme and take the Week 37 E-learning day test.

Reading/Science/Social Studies –  Read the paired texts. 

Pythons Invade the Florida Everglades (https://www.readworks.org/article/Ecological-Change/fd1d3a4c-3ba6-4a67-9b87-1710bf18e010#!contentSection:70e9c396-91f6-46b8-9fb0-27ab30ad57f1/questionsetsSection:2647/articleTab:content/ )

and 

All the Pieces Matter (https://www.readworks.org/article/Ecological-Change/fd1d3a4c-3ba6-4a67-9b87-1710bf18e010#!questionsetsSection:2647/articleTab:content/contentSection:867b6b1a-9591-4212-81ba-9cfe17f609ed/ )

and complete the question sets on a separate sheet of paper. Make sure to answer using full sentences and paragraphs. 

Spanish –  Login into Duolingo.com and complete 20 XP worth of lessons. 

Writing –  Sign into Typing.com and complete one whole bar of lessons. 

Religion/Writing – Look up the following verses:  Galatians 5:13, 1 Peter 1:12, Romans 12: 1, 1 Samuel 12: 24, and Mark 10:45.  Then do something that helps others in your home, your neighborhood, or your community.  When you are finished, write an email to Mrs. Riley.(jenn.riley@trinityindy.org) In the email, answer the following questions in complete sentences and paragraphs:  
 
  • What were each of the verses about? What did they all have in common?   
  • What did you do to help others?  How long did you help?  How did others react to your help?  
  • How did  you feel about helping before, during, and after?  And finally, would you do something like this again?  Why or why not?

 

Sixth Grade

Religion/Writing – Look up the following verses:  Galatians 5:13, 1 Peter 1:12, Romans 12: 1, 1 Samuel 12: 24, and Mark 10:45.  Then do something that helps others in your home, your neighborhood, or your community.  When you are finished, write an email to Mrs. Thibodeau.(becky.thibodeau@trinityindy.org) In the email, answer the following questions in complete sentences and paragraphs:  
 
  • What were each of the verses about? What did they all have in common?   
  • What did you do to help others?  How long did you help?  How did others react to your help?  
  • How did  you feel about helping before, during, and after?  And finally, would you do something like this again?  Why or why not?  

Math –  Log into Vimme and take the Week 37 E-learning day test.

Reading/Science/Social Studies –  Read the paired texts. 

Pythons Invade the Florida Everglades (https://www.readworks.org/article/Ecological-Change/fd1d3a4c-3ba6-4a67-9b87-1710bf18e010#!contentSection:70e9c396-91f6-46b8-9fb0-27ab30ad57f1/questionsetsSection:2647/articleTab:content/ )

and 

All the Pieces Matter (https://www.readworks.org/article/Ecological-Change/fd1d3a4c-3ba6-4a67-9b87-1710bf18e010#!questionsetsSection:2647/articleTab:content/contentSection:867b6b1a-9591-4212-81ba-9cfe17f609ed/ )

and complete the question sets on a separate sheet of paper. Make sure to answer using full sentences and paragraphs.

 

Seventh Grade

Reading/Writing –   Go to Activelylearn.com and log in with their trinityindy Google account.  There are two articles with questions embedded for students to respond.  One is about the “controversy” about the words Laurel vs. Yanny.  In the article, it explains how our brain interprets what we hear.  The other article is about the volcanic eruptions in Hawaii.  Students may read and respond to one or both of the articles.  
 
Social Studies –   Students will go to readworks.org and log in with their trinityindy Google account.  There are two articles there with questions for them to submit answers to online.  The to articles are on their TLS2019 class.  One is about North and South Korea and the other is about Thailand.  They can choose to read and respond to one or both of the articles.  
 
PE –  Go outside and play!  Get some fresh air.  The E in E-learning is for Exercise this time.  
 

Science-  http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/weather-and-climate/weather-instruments.htm

Get 100% on the quiz.  Ctrl-PrtSc.  Go to paint. Ctrl-V. Save picture as a jpg file. Or take a picture of the screen.  E-mail it to joel.rolf@trinityindy.org.

Math –  Log into Vimme and take the Week 37 E-learning day test.

 

Eighth Grade

Reading/Writing –   Go to Activelylearn.com and log in with their trinityindy Google account.  There are two articles with questions embedded for students to respond.  One is about the “controversy” about the words Laurel vs. Yanny.  In the article, it explains how our brain interprets what we hear.  The other article is about the volcanic eruptions in Hawaii.  Students may read and respond to one or both of the articles.  
  
PE –   Go outside and play!  Get some fresh air.  The E in E-learning is for Exercise this time.  
 

Science-  http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/weather-and-climate/weather-instruments.htm

Get 100% on the quiz.  Ctrl-PrtSc.  Go to paint. Ctrl-V. Save picture as a jpg file. Or take a picture of the screen.  E-mail it to joel.rolf@trinityindy.org.

Math –  Log into Vimme and take the Week 37 E-learning day test.

U.S. History – Watch the video below and complete the questions listed below the link. The questions are in order as they are given during the video. Email the completed questions to me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYElQpV_Uwg

 

The Eagle Has Landed Study Guide

 

  1. Sunday, ________ 20, 1969, the first man stepped on the moon.

 

  1. The rocket that propelled Apollo 11 was a ___________ 5.

 

  1. Astronaut ___________ ____________ was the pilot of the command module.

 

  1. Astronaut ___________ ____________ was the pilot of the lunar module.

 

  1. Astronaut ___________ ____________ was the mission commander.

 

  1. Apollo 11 lifted off at ___ : ____ a.m.

 

  1. As the astronauts orbited the moon, the earth was _____,000 miles away.

 

  1. Once separated, the command module assumed the name _______________.

 

  1. The lunar module was called the ____________.

 

  1. The landing site was in the Sea of ___________________.

 

  1. _____ hours after landing, the door was opened for stepping out onto the surface.

 

  1. One astronaut and his gear on the moon weighed _______ pounds.

 

  1. An American flag and ___________ honoring astronauts and cosmonauts that died were

      left on the moon.

 

  1. Because there is no wind or rain, the astronaut’s ____________ will remain for centuries.

 

  1. Due to a reflector left on the moon, it’s distance can be calculated to within _____ inches.

 

  1. The recovery aircraft carrier was the U.S.S. ______________.

 

  1. The astronauts went directly from the helicopter to a ___________ quarantine van.

 

  1. After returning, there were ______ weeks of isolation and medical testing.