Math: Symmetry!Uploaded Jun 03, 2020
Chapter 17 of Charlotte's WebUploaded Jun 01, 2020
In the next video, I will upload a bonus chapter of Charlotte's Web!Uploaded Jun 01, 2020
It is Monday, June 1, 2020. Please find the video attached where I go over a diagram of the shapes and their categories. #30 is difficult in the workbook, so I went over a couple of those shapes as well.
If the shape DOES NOT have four sides, then it CANNOT be a Quadrilateral, which means it CANNOT be trapezoid or parallelogram (or rhombus). Trapezoid and parallelogram are BOTH types of quadrilaterals.
I made another graphic organizer on the computer that shows how there are categories of shapes (for example, a SQUARE belongs in ALL of the following "boxes" or categories: Rhombus (four equal sides), Parallelogram (the square's opposite sides are equal), Quadrilateral (it has four sides), AND POLYGON (it has more than three sides and is a closed figure).
I hope this helps!
Dear Families of Room 1,
Happy Friday! As a reminder, I have given an extension on the math material. There are two Brainpop videos posted on TEAMS if children need additional support. Additionally, I posted a writing sample on TEAMS from today's comprehension lesson that was co-written with two classmates.
There is a space launch scheduled for Saturday at 12:22 PM PT. Please see NASA's website for more information. https://www.nasa.gov/specials/dm2/. (I watched the launch on Wednesday on YouTube LIVE through NASA's channel.)
We will be having our last week of instruction next week! Lesson plans will be posted by Sunday night. Have a great weekend!
Please have out: math textbooks and writing supplies. In this video I go over:
- review of right angles
- how to find right angles using at home supplies
- perpendicular line segments
This video includes:
- Summary of "The Wind and The Sun"
- How to compare two texts using comparison words
- Read Aloud Chapter 10 Charlotte's Web