Did you know President Washington did not want to be president, and that he was an amazing dancer? Imagine you were alive in the 1780s. Write a letter to George Washington explaining why you think he should become America’s first president. Tacy Rowan, Tracy Webster
A Message from the ELO Team.
Welcome to the ELO! Teachers from all over Tuolumne County have created these lessons for you as a way to continue your learning from beyond the classroom. Dig in! Dive deep into what interests you most! Be creative, be safe, and remember to take time to go outside and observe the world around you!
More Daily Lessons
Learn why zebras have stripes! Tracy Rowan, Tracy Webster
Learn about what it’s like to be a Zoo Chef! by Tracy Webster
Built for Thrills, Energy and Motion by Tacy Rowan, Jennifer Buteau and Tracy Webster. Hello 4th graders! Have fun with a special dance activity and Marble Painting project I’ve added to todays lessons! Ms. O’Brien
Let Them Eat Cake! Math connection: take a a favorite recipe and figure out how much of each ingredient you would need if you wanted to double the recipe. Can you figure out what half of the recipe would be?
Can We Build It? Today you will be reading an article about how something is made and then design your own invention! Then practice reading and writing multi-digit numbers.
Eureka! Why is California known as the “Golden State”? Share your thoughts with someone, then click on the links below to learn more.
Life can seem crazy sometimes, but there are crazier things out there! Have fun exploring some unusual things to eat and places to visit. If you were naming a new town, what name would you choose?
“Trading Places!” Switching from school to home has been a big change for many of us as we learn to work and learn in new ways. Today we will explore the ways we and other forces can move, transfer, and change. By: Carmel Portillo, Belleview School and Sheri Betz, Chinese Camp School
“Sled Dog Heroes” 85 years ago, a pack of sled dogs became unlikely heroes during the outbreak of another infectious disease. Today you will explore their story as we reflect on the outbreak facing our world today. By: Carmel Portillo, an Eagle from Belleview School, and Sheri Betz, a Dragon from Chinese Camp School
Today’s Theme: “Simple Machines” – Discovering a new routine is like assembling a new machine! Today we will explore what makes things work. BY: Carmel Portillo, an Eagle from Belleview School, and Sheri Betz, a Dragon from Chinese Camp.