Hello! Happy St. Patrick's Day! How about a virtual field trip to Ireland to start off this blog! What did you notice about Ireland? Does it look like Maryland? How is it different? The same?
Here's a story about a leprechaun. As you listen to the story, think about what the word grant means. I loved the illustrations. Did you notice that the leprechaun lived in a tree? I can visualize a little house inside a tree. It would be very cozy! I also loved all the shoes the leprechaun made. Enjoy!
Enjoy this St. Patrick's Day brainbreak!
I sent out an e-mail with this link yesterday, but I'll post it again here. Scholastic has an awesome site with books and links each day. The Book Flix books that are on the site also have great activities to do that kids can do on the computer without help from a grown-up! We know that during this stay at home time, parents have to work from home too, so this might help kids with learning they can do on their own.
Remember, anything I post on here is not an assignment and is not graded. Just click on the link below, and you will find five days of learning each week.
Watch and practice reading and spelling with Jack Hartmann.
Get up and move with Jack to practice counting to 100!
Here is a great How It's Made video that shows how chocolate coins are made. I thought this would be good to watch on St. Patrick's Day when we are thinking about finding a pot of gold. Which would would you rather find? Chocolate or gold? Why?
Stay safe, stay healthy, see you real soon!