American Indians meet Europeans
A Message from the ELO Team.
Welcome to the ELO! These lessons were created for you from teachers from all over Tuolumne County to continue your learning from beyond the classroom. We are so proud of your resiliency! Let your interests guide you as you explore the lessons, and remember to take time to enjoy the great outdoors.
More Daily Lessons
Easter Traditions: Colored eggs, bunnies, and family time! Have fun “hopping” around these activities inspired by Easter traditions. By: Carmel Portillo from Belleview School.
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come…Have you ever noticed that there are shapes all around us in the world? We see geometry in buildings, street signs–even in the petals on a flower! Today’s challenge? How many shapes can you identify in the things you see?
The stars at night, are big and bright
The stars at night, are big and bright….could you see the stars last night? What about the moon? Did you know that there was a full moon last night called a super moon? Learn more about the changing patterns of the moon and stars in our night sky.
If I could save time in a bottle
If I could save time in a bottle….Have you ever wondered what people in the future will wonder about this time in history? Today you will be putting together a “time capsule” to capture what you are thinking and feeling during this time. Who knows, maybe something you write will be read by students in the future!
Let Them Eat Cake!
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?
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.
This study unit is called “Relationships.”
Mikki Williams, Jamestown Elementary.
Life at home 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?
“INVISIBLE CONNECTIONS” Even in times of separation, we are all connected! Today we will travel the globe and reflect on our connection to our community and the world at large. By: Carmel Portillo, Belleview School, and Sheri Betz, Chinese Camp School
“FINDING BALANCE” Adjusting to a new routine or environment can be challenging. Today, we will explore the great force of balance within ourselves and the outside world. BY: Carmel Portillo, Belleview School and Sheri Betz, Chinese Camp School
Into the Unknown
Today’s Theme: “INTO THE UNKOWN” – During these changing times, many of us are working and learning in ways we never have before. Going into the unkown can be scary, but if we use the tools and resources around us we can create and discover things we never expected! BY: Carmel Portillo, Belleview School, & Sheri Betz, Chinese Camp School