Tuesday, April 28, 2020


Good Morning Jaguars!

Today is Tuesday, April 28th, 2020. Are you an early bird? Do you like to get up early in the morning? We will read a new poem today about early birds!

Have a great day!


Ms. McDevitt

Daily Schedule


Go to the Morning Meeting

(Click the link to attend. Then, click “Join” and “Allow Meet to use camera and microphone.”)

Read the Morning Message (above) 


Reading Minilesson

Watch the video and complete the activity.


Read to Self

You should read from your book bag for 15 minutes. More is better, if you want to do more!

Give yourself two checks if you earned them!.

Video how-to 

9:00 - 9:45

Choose your own adventure!

You can do one choice the whole time or more. About 45 minutes of focused work would be perfect. The choices are below (and you can always do extra Read to Self).

Sight Words

Video how-to

Read to Someone Else

RAZ Kids

Handwriting book



Go outside for an exercise break!

When you finish, you can do a mindfulness activity if you want to.



If you got busy making cards yesterday, cut out your new sort today.

Sort your new sort. Have an adult or older sibling check it with you.

Video how-to (for how to check your sort -- note that your child’s sort will not be glued down yet, but loose on the table)



Get out the next page in your math packet. It is called Combinations and Story Problems.

This morning, we played a game called “Pick 2 to Make 20.” Your math work today is to do a worksheet that practices this a little more. 

Finish the page. When you are done, check it using the pictures below (at the very bottom of the page) or ask an adult to check it for you.


Choice Time!

If you want Choice Time on the computer, go to the Wibki.

Library (Link to Library page to check out e-books and more!)

Library Read-Aloud


Music site

Art (two challenges a week)



Closing Circle

Clean up your work area.

In our classroom, we all work together to make sure it’s clean and nice at the end of the day. Is there anything you can do at home to help you like you do in our classroom?