Thursday, June 18, 2020

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Last Zoom Meeting

Hi all!  Last Zoom meeting today!
See you at 10am!

Pamela Lowe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Show and Tell
Time: May 26, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Friday, May 22, 2020

Week 7 Friday

LAST DAY!
We made it! Thank you all for being so patient, understanding and helpful with me through all of this!  I truly appreciate it!

Riddle of the day:  What makes me happy and sad and starts tomorrow?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!
Riddle answer posted at 7pm!

Friday

Zoom Meeting today at 11am!
Pamela Lowe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Friday Zoom
Time: May 22, 2020 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
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May Day 11:  

Long Vowels section isn't tricky with the pictures, but remember the sneaky "e" that likes to sneak on the end of words, but makes no sound...

Sight Words: away and jump

Religion:  Read Helping Our Families, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling!  After typing these all out, I feel as though there has been an unintentional theme with my religion reading choices.... maybe my kids were not being very helpful with I went to make copies.... 🤣

Art:  Coffee Filter Butterflies
1. Color filter with markers ( no white spaces, cover the whole thing)
2. squirt with water
3. let dry
4. color the clothespin
5. pinch clothespin and wrap the pipe cleaner around one of the ends to make antennas!
6. when coffee filter is dry pinch it from top to bottom in the middle and clip the clothespin in place!
 Coffee Filter Butterfly - This kids craft is easy to make with markers, clothespins, and water! It's fun for kids of all ages and pairs well with the Very Hungry Caterpillar book! #ad #MyFirstCrayola #painting #kidscrafts #forkids #butterflies #spring

I hope you all have a safe, happy and healthy summer!
 I will miss you all and can't wait to see you all again soon!  Love you!
Mrs. Lowe

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Week 7 Thursday

Hello everyone!

Riddle of the day:  I can fill a room but take up no space.  What am I?
Answer in the comment section below to sign in for today!
Riddle answer posted at 7pm!

Thursday

May Day 10:  No Surprises!

Math: Telling Time!  Double Sided worksheet!

Science: Scholastic Weekly Reader, I Spy a Butterfly!

Have a fantastic day!
Let's pray with Karly!
Love you all!
Mrs. Lowe
(Riddle answer: light)

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Week 7 Wednesday

What a beautiful day we are having!  Get out and enjoy the weather today!

Riddle of the day:  I go through towns and over hills, but I never move.  What am I?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for today!
Answer will be posted by 7pm!

Wednesday 

May Day 9:  
Sight Word and Comprehension:  Look and with

Religion:  Read God's Good Care, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling. 

Math: Telling Time!  Double sided worksheet!

Science:  Read and Color your Butterfly, Butterfly booklet!  Do your best Kindergarten coloring, No Scribbling!


Enjoy the weather!
Let's pray with Kinley!
Love you,
\Mrs. Lowe
(Riddle answer:  road/street)

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Week 7 Tuesday

Happy Tuesday everyone!

Riddle of the day:  I have hands but cannot clap. What am I?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!
I will post the answer at 7pm each night under my name at the bottom of each post!

Tuesday

I know my phone number, only if they need it!

Religion: Read Good Friends, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling.

Math: Telling Time! Double Sided worksheet!

Science:  Butterflies! Watch this video on the Life Cycle of a Butterfly!  Then color/cut and glue your butterfly life cycle worksheet in the correct order!

Have a terrific Tuesday!
Let's pray with Dominic!
Love you,
Mrs. Lowe
(A clock! Good guessing everyone!)

Monday, May 18, 2020

Week 7 Monday

Welcome to the last week on online learning for this school year!
We will have next week Monday and Tuesday as make up days, to make sure you have all your work completed and then turned in on May 28th!  On May 28th you will also need to turn in: Black bags, books, unifix cubes, links, rulers, and games/puzzles.  If you are not sure if it needs to be turned in please send me an email and I will let you know!  All of these things are my personal teaching supplies, so I appreciate you returning them, so I don't have to buy new one to replace them.

Please comment with your child's name in the comment section below to sign in for today!

Monday

May Day 8:  
Sight Words and Comprehension:  play and the

Calendar Journal:  We have been in school for 153 days(I think)! 

Religion:  Read Telling the Truth, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or older sibling.

Math: Telling Time! Watch this Brainpop Jr. Video  then complete the 2 sided telling time worksheet!
Username: lnbulldogs
Password: bulldogs

Science:  Scholastic Weekly Reader, A Caterpillar Grows Up


Tuesday

I know my phone number, only if they need it!

Religion: Read Good Friends, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling.

Math: Telling Time! Double Sided worksheet!

Science:  Butterflies! Watch this video on the Life Cycle of a Butterfly!  Then color/cut and glue your butterfly life cycle worksheet in the correct order!


Wednesday 

May Day 9:  
Sight Word and Comprehension:  Look and with

Religion:  Read God's Good Care, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling. 

Math: Telling Time!  Double sided worksheet!

Science:  Read and Color your Butterfly, Butterfly booklet!  Do your best Kindergarten coloring, No Scribbling!


Thursday

May Day 10:  No Surprises!

Math: Telling Time!  Double Sided worksheet!

Science: Scholastic Weekly Reader, I Spy a Butterfly!


Friday

May Day 11:  

Long Vowels section isn't tricky with the pictures, but remember the sneaky "e" that likes to sneak on the end of words, but makes no sound...

Sight Words: away and jump

Religion:  Read Helping Our Families, then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling!  After typing these all out, I feel as though there has been an unintentional theme with my religion reading choices.... maybe my kids were not being very helpful with I went to make copies.... 🤣

Art:  Coffee Filter Butterflies

Let me know if you have any questions about this weeks plans!
Have a wonderful day!
Let's pray with Lydia!
Love you all,
Mrs. Lowe

Friday, May 15, 2020

Week 6 Friday



Friendly Friday
 (P.S. your kids know this song... I may have played it for them a few times...)

Hello all!
Question of the day:  If you could play any musical instrument, which one would you want to know how to play?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!

May Day 7:  
Sight Words and Comprehension:  go and little

Religion: Read Forgiving Others and discuss the questions on the back with a parent or older sibling!

Science/Art:  Frog Life Cycle Craft
Color the frog head and all the stages of the life cycle. 
 Cut out the head and life cycle pictures.
Glue the head to the top of your folded green "body" paper.
Then glue each phase of the life cycle in order from top to bottom
Last glue on your arms and legs!

This free printable frog life cycle fold-up book is perfect for a spring life cycle unit! Kids can learn about the frog life cycle and practice their writing and fine-motor skills.

Love and miss you all!
Let's pray with Bridget!
💕Mrs. Lowe

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Week 6 Thursday

Thoughtful Thursday!
Your challenge today is to do something nice or thoughtful for someone in your family!

Question of the day: What is your favorite holiday and why?


Thursday

May Day 6: No surprised today!

Math:  Measure and Record worksheet

Science: Life Cycle of a Frog booklet! Color neatly! NO SCRIBBLING!😁😉

Free Frog Cliparts, Download Free Clip Art, Free Clip Art on ...

I love and miss you all!
Let's pray with Sutton!

🥰Mrs. Lowe

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Week 6 Wednesday

Welcome back! I pray you are all doing well on this fine day!

Question of the day:  If you went on a treasure hunt, what treasure would you like to find?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for today!

Wednesday

May Day 5:  
Long Vowel Pictures:  clock, hive, rose, cake, kite, nine

Math:  Color, Count and Graph
Using the chain links I sent you, measure how LONG your kitchen table is, how TALL your couch is and how WIDE  your bed is!  Put these link measurements on the back of your math sheet for today!  You can use your links to measure things all over the house!

Science:  Watch this cute video about Frogs!
Then color/cut and glue the Frog Life Cycle in the correct order!

My Kindergarten Memory Book:  Please color and complete only one page per day! Make sure you are doing your best coloring (no scribbling) and your best handwriting! Use a capital letter at the beginning of each sentence, spaces between each work and punctuation at the end of every sentence!

Love and miss you all muy mucho!
Let's pray with Ashlynn!

💖Mrs. Lowe



Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Week 6 Tuesday

Hello Everybody!
Hope you all are staying safe, happy and healthy!

Question of the day:  If your toys were like the toys in Toy Story and could talk and play when you weren't around, what do you think they would do?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for today!



Tuesday

May Day 4:  
Long Vowel Pictures:  Slide, cube, mute, lemon, tube, mule

I know my phone number!.... Only if they need it!

Religion:  Read Cheerful Chores and discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling.  

If a login is needed:
Username: lnbulldogs
Passowrd: bulldogs

Then read/color/trace the My Measurement and Data Book

Love and miss you all!
Let's pray with Karly!

Mrs. Lowe

Monday, May 11, 2020

Week 6 Monday

Magic Monday!

Hope you all had a great weekend! 
Please comment with your child's name in the comment section below to check in for today!


Monday

May Day 3:  
Long Vowel Pictures: Cone, rose, plate, rope, skate, bone

Calendar Journal:  We have been in school for 148 days!

Math: This week we will be learning about Measurement through videos and practice!  This is a new concept for them, so please let me know if they are struggling to understand or need some extra help with this!  I will do everything I can to get them some more help and assistance.
 Please watch this Measurement Video and then complete the Inchworm Measurement Worksheet!

Religion:  Read A Good Listener and then discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling!


Tuesday

May Day 4:  
Long Vowel Pictures:  Slide, cube, mute, lemon, tube, mule

I know my phone number!.... Only if they need it!

Religion:  Read Cheerful Chores and discuss the questions on the back with a parent or an older sibling.  

If a login is needed:
Username: lnbulldogs
Passowrd: bulldogs

Then read/color/trace the My Measurement and Data Book


Wednesday

May Day 5:  
Long Vowel Pictures:  clock, hive, rose, cake, kite, nine

Math:  Color, Count and Graph
Using the chain links I sent you, measure how LONG your kitchen table is, how TALL your couch is and how WIDE  your bed is!  Put these link measurements on the back of your math sheet for today!  You can use your links to measure things all over the house!

Science:  Watch this cute video about Frogs!
Then color/cut and glue the Frog Life Cycle in the correct order!

My Kindergarten Memory Book:  Please color and complete only one page per day! Make sure you are doing your best coloring (no scribbling) and your best handwriting! Use a capital letter at the beginning of each sentence, spaces between each work and punctuation at the end of every sentence!



Thursday

May Day 6: No surprised today!

Math:  Measure and Record worksheet

Science: Life Cycle of a Frog booklet! Color neatly! NO SCRIBBLING!😁😉




Friday

May Day 7:  
Sight Words and Comprehension:  go and little

Religion: Read Forgiving Others and discuss the questions on the back with a parent or older sibling!

Science:  Frog Life Cycle Craft
Color the frog head and all the stages of the life cycle. 
 Cut out the head and life cycle pictures.
Glue the head to the top of your folded green "body" paper.
Then glue each phase of the life cycle in order from top to bottom
Last glue on your arms and legs!


Please let me know if you have any questions about the work for this week!

Let's pray with Kinley!
Thank you all for your continued support and participation through all of this! 
Love you all,
Mrs. Lowe




Friday, May 8, 2020

Week 5 (Was Week 1 Friday)

We Made It!
One week down!  Thanks for your help and patience during this Online Adventure!  I couldn't do this without each of you!

Question of the day:  Do you like to eat fish?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!

Transparent fish clipart 2 » Clipart Station


Friday

April Day 5: Sight word: They           Phonics:Gum

Religion: I just threw this coloring page in there for fun!

 Friday Funday!  I challenge you to build or create something( fort, Lego building, play dough, driveway chalk drawing, baking cookies etc.) and send me a picture!  

ART: This is the best I could do from afar for Mother's Day! So older siblings or Dads this year I will need your help! (Totally easy enough for an older sibling to help out with!)

We are making a CROWN for your amazing Mom! Click on the highlighted word crown for a tutorial on how to make it!

Make these colorful painted crowns perfect for any celebration or play date. All you need are doilies and watercolors for these DIY paper crowns.

Hope you have a wonderful week! Our Zoom meeting is today at 11am!  Hope to see all of you there!

Pamela Lowe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Friday Zoom
Time: May 8, 2020 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
        Every 2 weeks on Fri, until May 22, 2020, 2 occurrence(s)
        May 8, 2020 11:00 AM
        May 22, 2020 11:00 AM
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Today is "M" day in our ABC countdown to summer!  Check out Mrs. Klemp's blog, she has some really fun music and videos for you today!


"See" you all next week! Have a wonderful weekend!
Sending prayers and love to you all!

Let's pray with Dominic!

Mrs. Lowe

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Week 5 (Was week 1 Thursday)

Hello Kings and Queens!
I think we are getting the hang of this, but I still miss seeing all your silly faces!

Question of the day:  Would you live in a castle all by yourself?
Answer in the comment section below to sign in for today!
Castle clipart free images | Desenho de castelo, Castelos desenho ...

Thursday

I know my phone number again!

 April Day 4: Sight word is LIKE. Phonics: HOT

Math Review 3-6:  Write 13 and 14. Adding and Subtracting. (It is totally ok if they want or need to use something as counters! Like cheerios, m&m's, the Unifix cubes/links I sent in their bag or bingo chips would all work, they wont need more than 10)

Science: Matching Matter! Color the little picture sheet as well as the words on the big sheet! Then cut, sort and glue in the appropriate place!

Let me know if you have any questions!  I am happy to help!

Let's pray with Lydia!

Sending a big bear hug to all my Kings and Queens!
Mrs. Lowe

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Week 5 Wednesday

Welcome back boys and girls!

Question of the day:  What do you think is the hardest job in the world, and why?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!


Wednesday

May Day 2:  
Sight Words and Comprehension: see and can
Long Vowel Pictures are: dime, wave, bike, cube, slide

Math Review 5-15:  Tiny Tumblers- draw the correct number of circles on each side of the mountain then add to get the total at the top!
Subtraction on the back!

Crack the Code Writing:  First crack the code then glue it to the top box.  Then write about the code and finally draw a picture about your writing!

Scholastic Reader:  Is it Spring?

Let's pray with Bridget!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Love you!
Mrs. Lowe

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Week 5 Tuesday

Hello everybody!

Question of the day:  If you found a genie in a bottle, what would your 3 wishes be?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!

Tuesday

May Day 1: 
Sight Words & Comprehension: She and They
Long Vowel Pictures are: crate, donkey, cake, rake, bone, five.

Math Review 4-17:  Adding, subtracting and dot to dot!

Crack the Code Writing:  First crack the code then glue the code in the top box!  Write about the code and then draw a picture about your writing!

Science and Social Studies:  Scholastic Weekly Reader: When a Rainbow Shines

Let's pray with Sutton!

Hope you have a great day!
Love and miss you all!
Mrs. Lowe


Monday, May 4, 2020

Week 5 Monday (Was Week 2 Monday)

Hi all!
Hope you had a wonderful weekend, it was so beautiful outside!
Today's work was actually in your first folder as Week 2 Monday( We saved it due to no school after Easter!)  Some of you already did these worksheets, as they were turned in already!  No worries, you can either have the day off or you could do some of the work in your new green folder in the extra packet!  This packet is just that, extra work I had that I sent just in case you wanted or needed some additional work!  There are some money worksheets in there, money is the only thing I didn't get to in Math this year!  I also sent along some coins on a craft stick to help teach the coins and their value!

And just as a reminder to all, I do need you all to post/sign in EVERY day. This is how we prove to the state that your child is present and learning.  Unfortunately it doesn't count if you comment the next day, as all comments are time stamped.  Overall we are doing GREAT, so thanks for that!  I really appreciate it! 

Please post your child's name in the comment section below to check in for the day!

Monday

April Day 6: (I know it is May, this is just because we are reusing the work from after Easter!)  

Calendar Journal:  We have been in school for 143 days.

Math 5-17: Greater than/Less Than
Don't forget to read all the directions, if you need to cross shapes out or add more the make the rows equal!  It may change throughout the worksheet.

Social Studies:  Fill in the missing words of the Pledge of Allegiance.


Tuesday

May Day 1: 
Sight Words & Comprehension: She and They
Long Vowel Pictures are: crate, donkey, cake, rake, bone, five.

Math Review 4-17:  Adding, subtracting and dot to dot!

Crack the Code Writing:  First crack the code then glue the code in the top box!  Write about the code and then draw a picture about your writing!

Science and Social Studies:  Scholastic Weekly Reader: When a Rainbow Shines


Wednesday

May Day 2:  
Sight Words and Comprehension: see and can
Long Vowel Pictures are: dime, wave, bike, cube, slide

Math Review 5-15:  Tiny Tumblers- draw the correct number of circles on each side of the mountain then add to get the total at the top!
Subtraction on the back!

Crack the Code Writing:  First crack the code then glue it to the top box.  Then write about the code and finally draw a picture about your writing!

Scholastic Reader:  Is it Spring?


Thursday

I know my phone number again!

 April Day 4: Sight word is LIKE. Phonics: HOT

Math Review 3-6:  Write 13 and 14. Adding and Subtracting. (It is totally ok if they want or need to use something as counters! Like cheerios, m&m's, the Unifix cubes/links I sent in their bag or bingo chips would all work, they wont need more than 10)

Science: Matching Matter! Color the little picture sheet as well as the words on the big sheet! Then cut, sort and glue in the appropriate place!


Friday

April Day 5: Sight word: They           Phonics:Gum

Religion: I just threw this coloring page in there for fun!

 Friday Funday!  I challenge you to build or create something( fort, Lego building, play dough, driveway chalk drawing, baking cookies etc.) and send me a picture!  

ART:This is the best I could do from afar for Mother's Day! So older siblings or Dads this year I will need your help!

We are making a CROWN for your amazing Mom! Click on the highlighted word crown for a tutorial on how to make it!

Make these colorful painted crowns perfect for any celebration or play date. All you need are doilies and watercolors for these DIY paper crowns.

Hope you have a wonderful week! Our Zoom meeting is on Friday this week at 11am!  Hope to see all of you there!

Love and miss you all!
Mrs. Lowe








Friday, May 1, 2020

Week 4 Friday

Fantastic Friday

Joke of the day:  What kind of shorts do clouds wear?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!
(Answer will be posted at 7pm on this post at the bottom under my name)


April Day 19: Sight Words: down

Art:  
Paper Plate Sun and Rainbow Craft - Easy Peasy and Fun

1. You can paint the sun yellow with your the watercolors.
2. Let it dry
3. turn is over and glue the yellow and orange triangles to the curved part of the plate
4. Also on the back glue the rainbow streamers along the straight edge of the plate
 5. Turn the plate over and with a black marker or crayon or colored pencil draw the eyes and mouth.

Let's pray with Ashlynn!

Love you all! Have a FANTASTIC weekend!
Mrs. Lowe
What kind of shorts do clouds wear?
Thunderwear

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Week 4 Thursday

Thankful Thursday


Joke of the day:  Why did the turkey join the band?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!
(Answer will be posted at 7pm on this post at the bottom under my name)


Thursday

April Day 20(I didn't realize I mixed up 19 and 20 until too late, save 19 for Friday) 
Word Family: wed, red, bed

Nature Walk:  You can do this ANYTIME.  Who knows it may be raining today, but find a nice day this week and take a nature walk!  

Math Review 4-17:  Adding

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)

Let's pray with Karly!

Have a great day!
Love,
Mrs. Lowe
Why did the turkey join the band?
Because he had the drumsticks! 
Good guessing, some of you got this one! You are all on a roll!
Keep up the good work!

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Week 4 Wednesday

What a Wonderful World Wednesday!

Joke of the day:  Name a bow that can't be tied!
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!
( Answer will be posted at 7pm on this post at the bottom under my name!)


Wednesday
(I accidentally put April Day 19 right after 18 in the same day... just save 19 for Friday!)

April Day 18:  Word Families: kit, hit, sit

Math Review 5-10:  Subtraction, equal/ unequal
Numbers 11-30

Writing: My Favorite toy!  Have them draw a picture of their favorite toy (lots of detail, no floating toys...unless they are pool toys). Capital letter at the beginning of each sentence, spaces between words and punctuation at the end of each sentence!

Science:  Scholastic Weekly reader!  Rainbow Plants!

Let's pray with Kinley!

Love and miss you all!
Mrs. Lowe
Name a bow that can't be tied?
A Rainbow!  

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Week 4 Tuesday

A Terrific Tuesday to you all!

Joke of the Day:  What did the teacher do at the beach?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for today!
(Answer will be posted at 7pm on this post, under my name)


Tuesday

I know my phone number: Hopefully they are getting the hang of this! If you would like me to keep sending this form next month, please let me know!  

April Day 17:  No surprises here!

Fix It! Sentences:  Circle the mistakes in the bolded sentence.  Rewrite the sentence correctly and then draw a picture to match to sentence.  

Math Review 4-15:  Adding. Dot to dot. On the back adding and subtracting!

Science:  Scholastic weekly reader! Hello Ladybug

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)

Let's pray with Dominic today!

Have a wonderful day!
Love ya!
Mrs. Lowe
What did the teacher do at the beach?
She TESTED the water!

Monday, April 27, 2020

Week 4 Monday

And we have made it to Week 4!

Hope you had a good weekend, full of family fun!

Please write your students name in the comment section below to check in for the day!

Monday

Calendar Journal:  We have been in school for 138 days!  

April Day 16:  Word Families:  jog, fog, hog

Math Unit 5 Test:  For this you can give it to them like a test, meaning you can read the directions and let them do the work alone... or you can treat this like a double worksheet day and walk them through it!  If there are any areas on this test that your child is struggling with PLEASE send me an email and I will get some more resources to you to help them get more confident with it!

This is a pretty straight forward test.  Let me know if you have any questions!

Read and Color:  This is a great way to see if they can follow directions!

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)


Tuesday

I know my phone number: Hopefully they are getting the hang of this! If you would like me to keep sending this form next month, please let me know!  

April Day 17:  No surprises here!

Fix It! Sentences:  Circle the mistakes in the bolded sentence.  Rewrite the sentence correctly and then draw a picture to match to sentence.  

Math Review 4-15:  Adding. Dot to dot. On the back adding and subtracting!

Science:  Scholastic weekly reader! Hello Ladybug

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)


Wednesday
(I accidentally put April Day 19 right after 18 in the same day... just save 19 for Friday!)

April Day 18:  Word Families: kit, hit, sit

Math Review 5-10:  Subtraction, equal/ unequal
Numbers 11-30

Writing: My Favorite toy!  Have them draw a picture of their favorite toy (lots of detail, no floating toys...unless they are pool toys). Capital letter at the beginning of each sentence, spaces between words and punctuation at the end of each sentence!

Science:  Scholastic Weekly reader!  Rainbow Plants!



Thursday

April Day 20(I didn't realize I mixed up 19 and 20 until too late, save 19 for Friday) 
Word Family: wed, red, bed

Nature Walk:  You can do this ANYTIME.  Who knows it may be raining today, but find a nice day this week and take a nature walk!  

Math Review 4-17:  Adding

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)



Friday


April Day 19: Sight Words: down

Art:  
Paper Plate Sun and Rainbow Craft - Easy Peasy and Fun

1. You can paint the sun yellow with your the watercolors.
2. Let it dry
3. turn is over and glue the yellow and orange triangles to the curved part of the plate
4. Also on the back glue the rainbow streamers along the straight edge of the plate
 5. Turn the plate over and with a black marker or crayon or colored pencil draw the eyes and mouth

Let me know if you have any questions about this weeks work!

Let's pray with Lydia today! 

Love you,
Mrs. Lowe


Friday, April 24, 2020

Week 3 Friday

Happy Friday All!
Joke of the day: What falls but never gets hurt?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for today!
I will post the answer at 7pm tonight at the bottom of this blog under my name!

Friday

April Day 15:  Word Families:  Map, cap, tap

Art: I have a Ziploc bag with all the things you will need to build a rocket!  We did this last year during Kindergarten Round Up and they have been begging me to do it again!  Well, now's your chance!  I have enough supplies in the bag for you to make 2 rockets!!
1. Color all your rockets
2. Cut them out
3. Cut your Pipette on the line in between the 2 and the 3
4. Tape your pipette to the back of one of your rockets with the open end facing the bottom of your rocket
5. Then tape the second rocket to the pipette on each side
6. Insert straw into your pipette
7. Aim
8. BLAST OFF (blow in your straw)
* Remember these are paper straws and will fall apart with a lot of spit...

Rocket Clipart For Kids

Friday Funday:  Find a creative way to use a flashlight! (Dominic, you inspired this idea!)

We will end our week praying with Bridget!

Love you all have a great weekend!
Mrs. Lowe
What falls but never gets hurt?
Waterfalls!

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Week 3 Thursday

Thursday Blessings!

Joke of the day:  What do you call a flower that can't tell the truth?
Answer in the comment section below to check in!
I will post the answer at 7pm tonight at the bottom of the blog under my name!

Thursday

April Day 14:  Sight Word: not  Word Families:  win, pin, fin

Math 5-23:  Longer/Shorter   Taller/Shorter

Writing:  Crack the Code!  Once they finish the code have them glue the code in the large rectangle at the top of the attached page!  Then write about the topic they uncovered!  Finally color a picture that correlates with their writing in the circle twords the bottom of the page!

Science:  Scholastic Weekly Reader all about Real Rainbowfish!

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)

Today we will pray with Sutton!

Have a great day!
Love,
Mrs. Lowe
What do you call a flower that can't tell the truth?
A Dandelion

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Week 3 Wednesday

Hello All!

Joke of the day:  Why did the duck fall down on the sidewalk?
Answer in the comment section below to check in!
I will post the answer at 7pm tonight and the bottom of this post under my name!

Wednesday

April Day 13:  Sight Word:  does  Word Families:  Top, Mop, Hop


Math 5-20:  Greater Than/ Less Than/ Equal to.  *Two different directions on the front!

Writing: My Favorite Place.  Have them pick their favorite place then draw it! Lots of detail!
Then tell me all about it under your picture on the dotted lines!  Remind them to use a capital letter at the beginning of every sentence, spaces between words and punctuation at the end of every sentence!

Social Studies:  Check out the Scholastic Weekly Reader from February!  I think we could all use a little more love right now!

Today we will pray with Ashlynn!

Have a wonderful day!
Love,
Mrs. Lowe
Why did the duck fall down on the sidewalk?
Because he tripped on the quack!

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Week 3 Tuesday

Happy Tuesday!


JOKE of the day:  What do you call a cow that doesn't give milk?
Post your answer in the comments section below to check in today!
(I will post the answer at 7pm each night at the bottom of the post, under my name!)


Tuesday

I know my phone number: Again only if they need this still or if your are teaching them another number!

April Day 12:  Sight Word: very

Math Review 3-18:  Left of the line + right of the line. Practice 17, 18. Adding and Subtracting!

Fix It! Sentences:  They have done a number of these before, so they should know how to do them!  But in case they try to play you!  They need to circle all the mistakes in the bolded sentence.  Then rewrite the sentence correcting the mistakes. 
 Finally they need to draw a picture that correlates to the sentence!

Social Studies: Watch a quick video on the state flag! 

 Color the Wisconsin flag! Here is a picture of it to help them!

Flag of Wisconsin - Wikipedia


Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)


We will finish today by praying with Kinley!

Today is our first show and tell zoom meeting!  Hope to see you all there!
Here is the invitation again!

Pamela Lowe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Show and Tell
Time: Apr 21, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
        Every week on Tue, until Jun 2, 2020, 7 occurrence(s)
        Apr 21, 2020 10:00 AM
        Apr 28, 2020 10:00 AM
        May 5, 2020 10:00 AM
        May 12, 2020 10:00 AM
        May 19, 2020 10:00 AM
        May 26, 2020 10:00 AM
        Jun 2, 2020 10:00 AM
Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.
Weekly: https://zoom.us/meeting/tJcocu6oqjMpG93tu9gG8cTrBmXCAcQtPBTN/ics?icsToken=98tyKuCrqz4tGtCdsxiORowqGY_4KPTwiFxejfoOiAq8BAcLYTfkFO96EZN8Iczg

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/93557048319?pwd=N0kwNUtMZVAyWjdpL2UrNFVtS0pHdz09

Meeting ID: 935 5704 8319
Password: 0kSeSb


Love and Miss you all!
Mrs. Lowe
What do you call a cow that doesn't give milk?
A Milk Dud

Monday, April 20, 2020

Week 3 Monday

Hello Kindergarten!

Hope you had a fantastic weekend!  

Please sign your child's name in the comment sections below to check them in for the day!

Monday

Calendar Journal:  Days of School 136

April Day 11:  Sight Word:  were

Math 5-19:  Fill in circles for numbers from 11-20 then finish the equations at the bottom. Subtraction on the back!

Phonics:  100 Rhyming Words!  This packet is for the whole week do about 5 boxes a day!  One word on each line!  
Here is a list in order of what the word goes with each picture(some of them are a stretch..)
Cat, fan, map, mad
Wag, cab, ham, cap
Hem, bed, hen, net
Sit, pin, lid, pig
Dip, cob, log, wet
Pop, cub, cut, gum
Sun

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)



Tuesday

I know my phone number: Again only if they need this still or if your are teaching them another number!

April Day 12:  Sight Word: very

Math Review 3-18:  Left of the line + right of the line. Practice 17, 18. Adding and Subtracting!

Fix It! Sentences:  They have done a number of these before, so they should know how to do them!  But in case they try to play you!  They need to circle all the mistakes in the bolded sentence.  Then rewrite the sentence correction the mistakes. 
 Finally they need to draw a picture that correlates to the sentence!

Social Studies: Watch a quick video on the state flag! 

 Color the Wisconsin flag! Here is a picture of it to help them!

Flag of Wisconsin - Wikipedia


Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)




Wednesday

April Day 13:  Sight Word:  does  Word Families:  Top, Mop, Hop


Math 5-20:  Greater Than/ Less Than/ Equal to.  *Two different directions on the front!

Writing: My Favorite Place.  Have them pick their favorite place then draw it! Lots of detail!
Then tell me all about it below your picture on the dotted lines!  Remind them to use a capital letter at the beginning of every sentence, spaces between words and punctuation at the end of every sentence!

Social Studies:  Check out the Scholastic Weekly Reader from February!  I think we could all use a little more love right now!


Thursday

April Day 14:  Sight Word: not  Word Families:  win, pin, fin

Math 5-23:  Longer/Shorter   Taller/Shorter

Writing:  Crack the Code!  Once they finish the code have them glue the code in the large rectangle at the top of the attached page!  Then write about the topic they uncovered!  Finally color a picture that correlates with their writing in the circle twords the bottom of the page!

Science:  Scholastic Weekly Reader all about Real Rainbowfish!

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH pick 2)

Friday

April Day 15:  Word Families:  Map, cap, tap

Art: I have a Ziploc bag with all the things you will need to build a rocket!  We did this last year during Kindergarten Round Up and they have been begging me to do it again!  Well, now's your chance!  I have enough supplies in the bag for you to make 2 rockets!!
1. Color all your rockets
2. Cut them out
3. Cut your Pipette on the line in between the 2 and the 3
4. Tape your pipette to the back of one of your rockets with the open end facing the bottom of your rocket
5. Then tape the second rocket to the pipette on each side
6. Insert straw into your pipette
7. Aim
8. BLAST OFF (blow in your straw)
* Remember these are paper straws and will fall apart with a lot of spit...

Rocket Clipart For Kids

Friday Funday:  Find a creative way to use a flashlight! (Dominic, you inspired this idea!)

Let's end today by joining Dominic in prayer!

Please let me know if you have any questions about this weeks work!  

As always, may the Lord bless you and your family!

Love,
Mrs. Lowe











Friday, April 17, 2020

Week 2 Friday

Hello Little Disciples!

Question of the day:  What is your favorite part of mass? Why?
Answer in the comment section below to check in!


Friday

April Day 10:  Sight word: play  Phonics:  lid

Religion:  Color the stained glass cross


Art: Today we will be making bugs!  There is a Ziploc bag with multi colored shapes! Be creative!
Here is a picture of my inspiration!
Invitation To Create: Build A Bug. Open ended creative insect paper craft for kids. Great for color recognition & fine motor development. Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

Friday Funday Challenge:  Find a game you have in your house that you have either never played or haven't played in a long time and play it!

Today we get to pray with Lydia!

Have a truly blessed weekend!
Talk to you again on Monday!

Love,
Mrs. Lowe

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Week 2 Thursday

Hello Peeps!

Your Question of the day:  Fill in the blank...I can't wait until I am _____ years old!  Why?
Answer in the comment section below to check in!


Thursday

April Day 9:  Sight Word: said

Math 5-18:  A whole lot of SUBTRACTION!  I can hear their collective groan from my house! 😂

Social Studies: Watch this short video on American Symbols

Take the test after you finished to test your smarts!
Create your own flag!  Pick your design, colors etc.  Then tell me why you picked what you picked!

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment!(M,T,TH Pick 2)

Also check out Ms. LeClair's blog too, she has some great ideas of how to keep active!

Today we are going to end by praying with Bridget!

Have a happy and blessed day!
Love,
Mrs. Lowe

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Week 2 Wednesday

Hello you Cutie Patooties!

Question of the day:  What is your favorite thing to eat for dinner?
Answer in the comment section below to check in!

Wednesday

April Day 8:  Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

Math 5-18:  Teen Numbers, On the back: White Triangles plus purple triangles and white triangles plus blue triangles!

Crack the Code:  This is VERY fun!  Write the First or beginning sound of each little photo in the box above it.  So the first one goes like this:


                              W                    r            i               t            e                                 
Watermelon        ring        igloo    turtle    elephant 

So the first code is : Write about your Grandma

Once they get all the letters in and read the code, then have them glue that sheet in the top box of the attached writing page!  Then have them share a few fun things about their Grandma.  Remind them to use capital letters, spaces between words and punctuation at the end of each sentence.  Then have them draw a picture of Grandma in the circle at the bottom of the page!

Let's pray with Sutton today!💓🙌🙏
Love and miss you!
Mrs. Lowe


Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Week 2 Tuesday

Hallelujah Week Two Begins!

I pray you all had a wonderful Easter weekend full of love and laughter! 
 Lord knows we need as much of that as possible these days!

Comment with your child's name below to check them in for the day!

Save Week 2 Monday's work for May 4th!

Tuesday

I know my phone number! Repetition is key with this, if you feel your child has this memorized then they no longer need to do this page.  Or they can learn the other parent(s) number!  

April Day 7:  No surprises here!

Math Review 3-12:  Equal to/ Not Equal to. Adding and Subtracting

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment! (M,T,TH Pick 2)

Writing:  If I had a Super Power!  Have them brainstorm what a super power is and which one they would like to have.  Then have them draw a picture of them as a super hero using their super power!  After they finish drawing they should write about their super power.  Remind them to start each sentence with a capital letter, spaces between words and end each sentence with punctuation!
I added an extra lined sheet for them to use is they run out of room on the first sheet.

Wednesday

April Day 8:  Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

Math 5-18:  Teen Numbers, On the back: White Triangles plus purple triangles and white triangles plus blue triangles!

Crack the Code:  This is VERY fun!  Write the First/beginning sound of each little photo in the box above it.  So the first one goes like this:


                              W                    r            i               t            e                                 
Watermelon        ring        igloo    turtle    elephant 

So the first code is : Write about your Grandma

Once they get all the letters in and read the code, then have them glue that sheet in the top box of the attached writing page!  Then have them share a few fun things about their Grandma.  Remind them to use capital letters, spaces between words and punctuation at the end of each sentence.  Then have them draw a picture of Grandma in the circle at the bottom of the page!

Thursday

April Day 9:  Sight Word: said

Math 5-18:  A whole lot of SUBTRACTION!  I can hear their collective groan from my house! 😂

Social Studies: Watch this short video on American Symbols
Take the test after you finished watching to test your smarts!
Create your own flag!  Pick your design, colors etc.  Then tell me why you picked what you picked!

Music:  Check out Mrs. Klemp's Blog and comment! (M,T,TH Pick 2)

Friday

April Day 10:  Sight word: play  Phonics:  lid

Religion:  Color the stained glass cross

Art: Today we will be making bugs!  There is a Ziploc bag with multi colored shapes! Be creative!
Here is a picture of my inspiration!
Invitation To Create: Build A Bug. Open ended creative insect paper craft for kids. Great for color recognition & fine motor development. Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

Friday Funday Challenge:  Find a game you have in your house that you have either never played or haven't played in a long time and play it!  

I miss your smiling faces!
If you have any questions about the work this week please let me know!

To end our blog post today lets all pray with Ashlynn!

Have a wonderful day!
Mrs. Lowe

Sunday, April 12, 2020

Happy Easter!

Check out these "Eggceptional" Easter Eggs!




 This is Bridget's Beautiful Egg!


          This is Axel's Amazing Egg!     

Charlie's Egg                    

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Week 1 Wednesday

Happy Wednesday Guys and Gals!

Question of the day:  If you found a pot of gold, would you share it?
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!

An Illustration Of A Pot Of Gold Coins At The End Of A Rainbow ...

Wednesday

Days of the week: Color, cut and glue!

April Day 3: Sight word is SOME

Science: 3 Coloring pages!  Each pages has an explanation of either Solids, Liquids or Gases and then they are to color ONLY the pictures that correlates with the Matter at the top of the page!

If they are looking for more to do today, you could practice sight words, read, play a game or go on
RAZ!  All of your kids should know how to log in, but just to cover all bases....
Teacher: reneecowart
Click on their name
All students password: bunny

Reminder:  No school Thursday, Friday and Monday!  Please save the work I had dedicated for those three days for the first week of May!  

If you have finished your art project for this week please send it to me so I can post them on the blog!

Hope you have a wonderful Easter Break! Don't forget to pray and work on your sign of the cross!

Love ya,
Mrs. Lowe

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Week 1 Tuesday

Hello Ladies and Dudes!
Hope your first day of learning from home went well! 

Question of the day:  Would you like to live in a tree house? 
Answer in the comment section below to check in for the day!


Tuesday

I know my phone number worksheet!  We mastered their addresses, but their phone numbers still elude them!  

April Day 2- No surprises here!

Math 5-16:  Greater than/Less than. Follow the directions at the top. #1 is an example of what they are looking for!

Science: Click the link below to watch a video on Solids, Liquids and Gases!
Solids, Liquids and Gases 
Username: lnbulldogs
Password: bulldogs

Matter ~ Solids, Liquids, & Gases Sorting Activity | TpT

Take the quiz at the end to see how much you learned! Please have them watch this, as there will be more work coming up this week that has to do with solids, liquids and gases.

Gym with Ms. LeClair

Hello kids, Hope you all are doing well. 
Here is the gym activities for the week. Let's get moving and shaking for about 10 minutes a day. 

-- Let's start by putting on your favorite music and move and dance. Get our heart rate up and dance for 2-3 songs. Maybe by the end of the week you can make up your own dance. 

-- After you get done moving with the dance please stretch and do your 8 push-ups and 16 crunches.  


If you have time put some pictures on your classroom blog of your cool dance moves. 

Have fun, and stay active. Miss LeClair

Hope you had a great day! Miss you like crazy!
Mrs. Lowe