Remote Learning


When learning at home, you may either use Choice A, the online choice board below, OR Choice B, the packet option.

  • Choice A (Online Choice Board):  Select one choice from each subject below to complete each day.  You may repeat these options on other days.  Then with extra time, read for 20 minutes, work in Lexia for 10 minutes, and work in Dreambox for 15 minutes.
  • Choice B (Grab and Go):  Use the Grab and Go packet choice board to chose 1 activity for each subject.  Then with any extra time, work in Lexia for 10 minutes, read a book for 20 minutes, and work in Dreambox for 15 minutes.



Prefix Scavenger HuntGo on a prefix scavenger hunt. Take a book, and try to find at least one word that begins with each of the prefixes listed below. Write the word down, then use what you know about the meaning of the prefix to write what the word means.:Un- (The prefix un- means not)Re- (The prefix re- means again)Dis- (The prefix dis- means not)Unit 1 Reading, SOL 3.4b Build a Word Identify the meaning of words with affixes.  Place affix cards down in stack.  Place base word boards face up in a row.  Select an affix from the stack.  Find the base word that with the affix added makes a real word.  Place the affix next to the base word and read the new word.  Write the word on paper and use it in a sentence.Unit 1 Reading, SOL 3.4b
Making, Confirming, Revising PredictionsLook at the cover of Aruthur’s Bad News Day and think about the title. Before reading the book, complete the first row of this table with your prediction. Then, read half of the book and revisit your prediction. Complete the second part of the table. Now, finish Arthur’s Bad News Day and complete the final section of the table to explain what actually happened.Unit 2 Reading, SOL 3.5c Personal Narrative: Persistence Think about what it takes to achieve a goal. Write about a time when you overcame a challenge or learned a new skill. Use the definition of persistence to guide your thinking. As you write, use the personal narrative student checklist included in the document above.Unit 1 Writing, SOL 3.8



Rights and ResponsibilitiesWatch Rights and Responsibilities on BrainPop Jr. Answer the following questions:

  1. What are two ways that people can be good citizens?
  2. What are two rights that people have in the United States?
  3. Why do we have rules and laws?
  4. Why do you think voting is important?

Unit 1- Standard 3.11

Diverse OriginsAmericans are a people of diverse ethnic origins, customs, and traditions.  We are bound together by our republican form of government and respect for individual rights and freedoms.  Interview an adult in your family (or that you are close to) using the following three questions (you may add extra questions if you have them).

  1. What customs and traditions do you practice in your family that makes you unique?
  2. In what ways does the government help protect your freedom to practice your culture/traditions?
  3. How has your life been impacted by the decisions of the government?
  4. If you could change something about the government, what would it be?

Write a summary of your interview.  Unit 2-Standard 3.13

Three  Branches of GovernmentIn Social Studies you have been learning about the three branches of government. View this BrainPop! Video* to review the information about the three branches, and create an infographic that you feel explains the purpose of each of the three branches. Unit 2- Standard 3.12 Compare geography of South America and North AmericaNorth America and South America both have similar landforms and geography. If you want to review information about landforms you can view this Brainpop Jr. Landforms).

  1. View this Discovery video about the geography of  South America
  2. View this Discovery video about the geographic features of North America
  3. Make a list of similarities and differences to compare the geography of North America and of South America.

Unit 3 – Standard 3.6*Make sure you are logged in to access the links



Water Cycle Draw a diagram of the water cycle.  Then, write a story from the point of view of a drop of water as it goes through the water cycle. Seesaw assignment Unit 2  Water cycle 3.7 Simple Machines Playlist in Legends of Learning Teachers in grade 3-5 can create an assignment within Legends of Learning and push it out to students.  These assignments can contain assessments, instructional or review games and simulations. Sign into Legends of Learning via your Homeroom course in Canvas and use the. Suggested playlist for SOL 3.2 to create a student assignment.  This Playlist includes:

  • Multiple forces acting on a object
  • Net Force and object movement
  • Simple Machines

Unit 1  Force & Simple Machines::  3.2

Simple MachinesWatch the Simple Machines* video from Generation Genius.  Then answer the following:

  • Why are simple machines important?
  • How does a lever help move heavy objects?
  • What are some examples of using a wedge?

For more information, you can read about Simple Machines here.*The teacher must generate a student link to the video and embed it in these directions. You can also embed a live link to related readings (with read-aloud capability), vocabulary, assessments and online quiz games.Unit 1  Force & Simple Machines::  3.2



Same Digits, Different Numbers7     2     5Using all of the digits above, write a number then draw a place value drawing to represent the value of the number.  How many different numbers can you make?Take a picture of your work and upload it to SeeSaw or Canvas.Unit 2, Place Value & Addition and Subtraction Part 1, SOL 3.1a Round Round RoundMs. Rogers is trying to figure out which of the following numbers will round to 800 when rounding to the nearest hundred.749823848854861752Which numbers would round to 800?  How do you know?  Show your thinking, take a picture and upload your work to Seesaw or Canvas.Unit 2, Place Value & Addition and Subtraction Part 1, SOL 3.1b
Writing Story Problems63 – ____ = 45Write a story problem matching the equation above.   Take a picture of your work and upload it to Seesaw or Canvas.Unit 2, Place Value & Addition and Subtraction Part 1, SOL 3.3b Roll and Graph Roll and Graph Slides Roll the dice and record the data from your rolls. Then create a bar graph of your data and answer the questions. When your slides are complete, take pictures of them and upload them to SeeSaw or Canvas. Unit 1, Building Math Community and DataSOL 3.15a
Visual PatternsVisit the website Select a pattern then on your paper, write the pattern number and draw the next two steps of the pattern.Take a picture of your work and upload it to Seesaw or Canvas.Unit 2, Place Value & Addition and Subtraction Part 1, SOL 3.16 Open MiddleVisit the website  Select 2nd Grade (it will be an opportunity to review concepts) and choose the topic Number & Operations in Base 10.  Then choose 3 problems to try.  Take a picture of your work and upload it to Seesaw or Canvas.