Coronavirus and your Emotions
Coronavirus and your emotions. Take some time to read a comic strip about how to prevent getting COVID 19, create your own self-portrait then, play some math fact games.

Today’s Activities

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Read/Listen

Read or listen to this comic strip about the Coronavirus. Create your own poster or comic strip that would inform others about how to stay healthy.

Mix and Match Secondary Cartoon Features

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Math Facts

Practice fun math facts by playing Speed Math Deluxe.

Use a deck of playing cards, dominoes, flashcards to: Add, Subtract, Multiply or Divide the numbers on the cards

Use a deck of playing cards, dominoes, flashcards. Say, write, show items for the number that is displayed on the card/dominoe.

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Journaling - Ongoing

Continue…Journaling – Ongoing Keep a written journal, video log, or electronic journal of your daily activities, thoughts, and feelings during this time of “sheltering in place”. An event this size has not happened for about 100 years. Perhaps a student in the future may read your journal as a first-person account of the 2019-2020 Covid19 outbreak?

Write or sing a song that you created that describes how you are feeling being away from school and ‘sheltering in place’.

Write/say or draw 3 words that tell how you are feeling.

Use the sentence stem, ‘I feel __________’.

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Get out and Move

With your parent’s permission, and practicing social distancing, get at least 60 minutes of moderate activity every day. Play in the sun, snow, or even rain. Continue with journal of daily activities.

Move your body.
Make up your own dance moves.
Take a selfie or video.

Move your body.
Make up your own dance moves

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Expression Through Art

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Teaching at home

Engaged learners ask lots of questions. This time home together is a great opportunity to model that skill. While we are all home together with our families, many of us will find ourselves watching more movies or television that we normally do. Take this chance to engage with your student. Ask them why they chose what they are watching. What do they find appealing about it? Does it make them want to know more about something? If it is funny, try to have your student explain why it is funny and provide examples of other things that are funny in the same way.

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