Water Water, All Around. Are you someone who prefers rainy days? With all the rain we’ve had recently, it’s nice to have some sunny days for a change! Today we’ll look at the importance of rain and learn about liquid measurements. By Stefani Sheffield, Sonora Elementary School
A Message from the ELO Team.
Welcome to the ELO! Teachers from all over Tuolumne County have created these lessons as a way for you to continue your learning and exploration even though you’re not in the classroom. Look for topics that most interest you, and remember to take time to get outside and play!
More Daily Lessons
Transformation and change. In Spring, the world seems to change around us. From worms turning to bees and butterflies, to bulbs blossoming into flowers. Today we’ll explore the theme of transformation through stories and reflect on the changes we see in the world today. By Stefani Sheffield and Kelli O’Brien, Sonora Elementary School.
We hope you have an eggcellent day! Enjoy these fun activities centered around-eggs. Created by Mrs. Gorgas and Mrs. Sheffield, Sonora Elementary.
Technology has become a very important part of our lives. Explore the activities today to learn more about computers and technology!
Three Little Pigs
Zebra Animal Adaptation:
Let’s go have some wild fun! Today you are going to explore zebras. Did you know that zebras have stripes for many different reasons? Watch the video from Mystery Science to learn about if before you begin your lesson!
Created by Mrs. Fournier and Mrs. Gorgas, Sonora Elementary.
“Sprouts and Blooms” With Spring comes an explosion of color as plants that were dormant all winter awaken with new leaves and tons of flowers! Today we’ll read a story about what plants need to survive, and then go for a walk to get some exercise and take a closer look at the flowers blooming around you! By Stefani Sheffield, Sonora Elementary.
Ah-choo! Don’t worry about that sneeze, it’s just seasonal allergies. On March 19th, we actually left Winter behind and entered Spring! Today we’ll be looking at what makes Spring unique through a few different poems, then exploring the science behind the changing of the seasons! By Stefani Sheffield, Sonora Elementary School.
“Shake, Rattle, and Roll!” Finding a new learning routine can feel shaky! Today we will translate some of those feelings into a study of earthquakes! By: Carmel Portillo, Belleview School and Sheri Betz, Chinese Camp School
“What’s Bugging You” – Sometimes adjusting to change can bug us, and make us feel many emotions. Today we will reflect on some of those feelings, while exploring bugs and animals in nature! By: Carmel Portillo, an eagle from Belleview School, and Sheri Betz, a dragon from Chinese Camp School
Today’s Theme: “Wild Things” – Isn’t it wild to think about staying home from school for so long? Sometimes staying inside all day makes us feel silly and wild, too! So let’s explore the world of wild creatures! By: Carmel Portillo, an Eagle from Belleview School, and Sheri Betz, a Dragon from Chinese Camp.