Hi, Dolphins!  I wanted to reach out to you all.  I know it's strange to not be in school.  I miss each and every one of you!   
We'd all rather be in school with you guys, but for right now, this is one of the ways we can keep each other safe.  I'm going to try to add some pages with some links and/or ideas for learning at home.  This is kind of new to us all, so please bear with me.   

One of the things you can do is Reader's Theater!  I know all of my students know how it's done - take a book and assign parts to each reader - then act out the book, making sure to show the same emotions the characters are going through.   We used a lot of Elephant and Piggie books (by Mo Willems).  There are lots of books online and even some reader's theater scripts!  I'll try to link some.  
A fun math activity involves a deck of cards - and three people.  With all of the face cards and jokers set aside, assign one person to be the 'adder' and the other two are the 'guessers'.  The guessers each get a card to put on their forehead, where they can't see their card.  The adder then adds (or multiplies!) the two cards.   The adder then says the sum (or product) out loud.  The guessers can see each other's cards, but not their own, so they have to figure out what their card is!    We try to wait until both guessers have figured out their cards before revealing what their cards were.  My third grade math group LOVES this game!

Below please find my schedule.  I will be working towards establishing more direct virtual instruction in the coming weeks but for now will be offering assignments/activities/ideas for you to work on in the meantime.  

 

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Although PWCS is unable to provide instruction or class assignments to students while schools remain closed, our School Division hopes that the suggestions for optional learning activities posted here will help parents support student learning until schools re-open. Please remember that use of these materials and participation in these activities are optional and neither grades nor course credit will be awarded.