Virtual Classroom Resources
Kindergarten Lesson w/ Ms. Kristen
Week 2, May 13 – Sea Life Subraction
Week 4, May 27 – Red 7 Reading Drawer
Social Half Hour w/ Ms. Megan – Insect Theme – May 14
Coloring – Soccer
Book Club w/ Ms. Sabrina: Flat Stanley, May 18 and 21
Field Trip Series w/ Ms. Annie: Environment Education Program by Nature’s Classroom Institute Montessori School, Wisconsin, MI
Brain Games w/ Ms. Erica — May 19
Brain Games_EL Logic Riddles
- Scholastic Magazines/Books for all ages:
- Math Resources, familiar to elementary students, but offering lessons for all ages:
- Virtual Field Trips
- Cool Science Website, experiments, videos, stories and activities (from mini lessons for young children to longer 45 min lessons with a hands on activity):
- List of Educational Sites offering free activities/memberships during school closures:
Elementary Printable Work Choices
These work choices are available for all elementary students. The grade level is a recommendation — some children move more quickly and some need more time in certain subjects — we suggest looking through the files with your child to make choices. If you have any questions, email Ms. Bryanna at .
File Name Key: EL 1-2_skip counting
EL (stands for Elementary)
1-2 (recommended grade level)
skip counting (basic description)
Language: Reading, Writing, Research
We recommend reading out loud for 20 minutes every day. Parents can find comprehension questions online for nearly all children’s books. The book report template below helps your child pick out key points of reading, particularly non-fiction.
You can find comprehension questions online for nearly all children’s books for free (or a small download fee). For example, here are comprehension questions for the book that Ms. Bryanna read aloud the first two weeks, Charlie & the Chocolate Factory:
Grades 3 – 4
General Math Practice
Geography – all children are welcome to pick a country to study, gather information, and present via Zoom; (The template below is the basis for our annual Geography Fair.)
Fraction Materials – Elementary children have been exposed to fractions via the parts of a whole materials they’ve used in Children’s House and first/second grade. Children of all ages can print, color, and cut out these fraction templates to use at home. These manipulative materials provide a foundation for the fraction problem worksheets provided in the grades 3-4 and Upper Elementary sections above.
Recipes from Chef Catey for weekly virtual cooking lessons.