Mrs. Salvatore

Phone: 847-505-1794

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Mrs. Salvatore

I am a kindergarten and first grade teacher at River Trail School.  I live in Chicago and love spending my free time exploring the city.  I went to Purdue University for my undergrad and American College of Education for my masters degree. I love being with my family and spending time with my two nieces, two nephews, and one more on the way!  I can't wait to share this year with your special little one and your family! 

 

eLearning Day 1:

 

Dear families,

I hope you are all staying safe and healthy. The following information outlines what you need to do for the day.  You need to complete 5 hours worth of work.

 

Be sure to complete reading and math first, and then move onto other areas.  I’ll check in on various applications to monitor your progress.  If you have any questions regarding an assignment today, I will be available through email.

 

If you are having any technical issues, please reach out to our tech department at: http://backchannelchat.com/Backchannel/p8xem

 

When you have completed 5 hours worth of work, have your parent email me stating so.

 

Reading:

1. Go on SeeSaw and compete the assigned Homework Page.

                • To access this, click on the lightbulb (on the right)
                • Click on the assignment titled: “Homework Page 1”
                  • Your student can “color” the things that begin with the letter V using the tools around the picture.
                • Upload your child’s work by pressing the green check.

 

2. Listen to the story “A Bad Case of Strips” by watching this video

  • https://www.storylineonline.net/books/a-bad-case-of-stripes/
  • Go on SeeSaw and record a video of yourself describing the Beginning, Middle, and End of the story
  • Remember:
          • The beginning includes how the story starts, the characters, and the setting
          • The middle includes the problem
          • The end includes the solution to the problem

 

3. Go on SeeSaw and complete your Blending homework for the day.

        • Press the Green Check when finished.

 

Math:

  • We’ve been talking about shapes in Kindergarten! Remember, 2D (or two dimensional) shapes are FLAT!
  • Watch this video about 2D shapes https://jr.brainpop.com/math/geometry/planeshapes/
                • See if you can find rectangles, squares, circles, triangles, hexagons, and octagons in your house.
                • Take pictures using your iPad of any shapes you find.
                • Using a piece of paper, tally the number of rectangles, squares, circles, triangles, hexagons, and octagons you find.
                • Upload a picture of the tallies on to SeeSaw.
                  • Bonus:
                  • Which shape did you find the most?
                  • Which shape did you find the least?

 

2. Go on SeeSaw and compete the assigned Math Practice Page.

                • To access this, click on the lightbulb (on the right)
                • Click on the assignment titled: “Math Practice 1”
                  • Your student can answer the problems by using the tools around the page.
                • Upload your child’s work by pressing the green check.

 

3. Go onto ST Math for 20 min.

 

Science

  1. Watch this video from Mystery Science and talk through the questions with a grown up at home.

https://mysteryscience.com/mini-lessons/pizza?code=d7d2231e84cdd06fa0795917a84aaddd

 

Social Studies:

1. Read “How to Catch a Leprechaun” in Epic!

            • I assigned the story so it should pop up right away.  If it does not, simply search the story’s title at the top of the screen in Epic!
            • Draw a picture of how your leprechaun trap using paper and crayons at home.
            • Go in Seesaw and take a picture. Then describe your trap to me. Tell me all about how it works and how it will catch a leprechaun.

 

Today’s specials

Music

  • Go to Ms. Andrew’s website, or click the link:

http://eandrews-rtmusic.weebly.com/e-learning-days.html

  • Be sure to complete the assigned work. 

 

Gym:

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    Winning Class of the Virtual Spirit Stick!

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