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Lou Ann Smedsrud

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I am available through phone/text from 9:30am -11:30am every day. Please reach out with any questions you or your students have. I am here to help!

Good Morning Students' & Families
I want to bring attention to the fact that some students are ahead with their packet work and some are behind. Because this week is a short week (there is no school on Friday), I would like to take the next 4 days to allow students to catch up with missed work., I would like everything completed in the daily packet through April 17th.  This is also an opportunity for students to pass levels in Lexia, and puzzles in ST Math! Thank you for your continued support and for helping your child be a successful distance learner. Ms. Lou

 

Week 1 March 16-20th

Day 1

1) Weekly Comprehension Test

  • Ms. Christian’s Class: Land of Their Own
  • Ms. Lou’s Class: No Escape from Sherlock Holmes

2) Foss

  Identify the Text Structure – Native American’s and Weather  

  Multiplication Fact Practice Sheet

  Making Changes Science Sheet  

AND 

Hug in a Box Passage & Question Set 

Module 4-3: Lesson 30 & 31 (Division: Use division HW Helper/Success Criteria)

Multiplication Fact Practice Sheet 

Water Cycle Quiz 

(Both of these assignments are listed under April 16th & 17th on the original instructions sheet

 .Module 4-3: Lesson 10 (Multipl

ils & Dinosaurs: The Extinction of Dinosaurs

3) Lesson 19 Sprint

 

Day 2

1) Module 4-3: End of Module Assessment

2) Antibiotics in Food

3) Lesson 1 Sprint

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary

 

Day 3

1) Changing Lives – One Cow at a Time

2) Module 4-5: End of Module Assessment

3) The Water Cycle

4) Helping People

 

Day 4

1) Lesson 7 Sprint

2) Clean Up Day at the Park Passage & Question Set

3) The Dichotomous Key of Amphibians

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary

 

Day 5

1) Weekly Comprehension Test

  • Ms. Christian’s Class: Bingo
  • Ms. Lou’s Class: The Rockin’ Rhymer

2) Red Bird Multiplication Fact Practice

3) Weather Instruments

 

Week 2 March 30 to April 3rd

Day 6

1) Module 4-1: End of Module Assessment

2) The Contest

3) Breaking It Down – Weathering & Erosion Match

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary

 

Day 7

1) Young Hero's: Rachel Beckwith

2) Lesson 10 Sprint

3) Animal Adaptations

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary.

 

Day 8

1) Operations & Algebraic Thinking Packet

2) Riding a Twister

3) Deserts, Wetlands & Forests T-Chart's

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary

 

Day 9

1) Weekly Comprehension Test

  • Ms. Christian’s Class: School Strike
  • Ms. Lou’s Class: Yellowstone

2) Rounding Review

3) Evaporation & Condensation Sort

  • If you do not have scissors and/or glue, please write each example in the correct column.
  • Underline the key words/phrases that help you identify which process it is.

4) Protecting the Environment

 

 

Day 10

1) Module 4-6: End of Module Assessment

2) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

3) A Hero Who Gives Things Away

4) Soil Profile

 

Week 3 April 6th to April 10th

Day 11

1) Students Get to Learn What it Takes to be Inventors at Virgina’s Summer Camp

2) Lesson 16 Sprint

3) Weathering & Erosion Sort

4) Read 30 minutes & write a one paragraph summary.

 

Day 12

1) Lesson 8 Sprint

2) How Animals Survive

3) Comprehension Pedal Power

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary

 

Day 13

1) Weekly Comprehension Tests

  • Ms. Christian’s Class: Yellowstone
  • Ms. Lou’s Class: Mighty Krakatoa

2) Horse Multiplication Fact Practice

3) ROCKS!

4) Read 30 minutes and write a 1 paragraph summary

 

Day 14

1) Lesson 6

2) Reaching for the Stars

3) Lesson 5 & Lesson 10: Understanding Complex Feelings

4) Read 30 minutes and write a one paragraph summary

 

Day 15

1) Delivery Without Drivers: Domino’s & Ford Team Up for Test

2) Pig Multiplication Fact Practice

3) Lesson 10: Introducing Emotion Management

     Lesson 13: Managing Anxiety

 

Ms. Lou has her degree from the University of Michigan. She has been teaching for 11 years and 6 of those years have been at Parkview. Her favorite thing about teaching is watching students learn, grow, and feel proud of themselves.

Favorite quote: "Learning never exhausts the mind." - Leonardo da Vinci

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