Earth Day
Earth Day!

Today’s Activities

read it! write it!

Log into Tumblebooks using this link, then read, “Justine McKeen VS the Queen of Mean” 

Make sure to do the book report at the bottom of the Tumblebooks page.


Brain Teasers! Challenge yourself to solve these math puzzles. Share one or more with someone else and explain your thinking.

Expore It!

Happy Earth-day to you! Explore this Mystery Science episode that looks at the question, “How old is the earth?”

Create IT!

Wildflower Walk You, can use this art lesson from Kelli O’Brien of Sonora Elementary School to capture some of the beautiful wildflowers blooming right now.

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Teaching Tips

Accessibility Feature

Turning on transcripts for YouTube Videos [PDF]

Speech & Language

Verb tenses: Can you change the following sentence into past tense. ‘We can help pick up litter at recess.’

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