Welcome to Ms. Myers' Classroom!
** Welcome to Ms. Myers' Distance Learning Classroom from now until further notice- Check back here for activities and resources. **
Other information: I will be making weekly phonecalls and/or emails home to check in and answer any questions. :)
Virtual Office Hours:
I will be available through email throughout this time. I will respond within 48 hours.
** Resources and content area listed below. **
Please work on activities provided as necessary and however it best works in your home. These are simply recommended resources to ensure that practiced skills continue. For the time being, please either save the activities that were able to be completed OR take a picture of your child working on it to share progress with me. I will provide more details for turning in work as I receive more information on this portion.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions any time.
General/Modified Weekly Schedule
-Materials: Scissors, glue stick, magazine/grocery store ad.
-Directions: Have your child find 5 items to cut, paste, and sort by groups under each of the specified categories. For example, 5 fruits and 5 vegetables.
-Sorting Ideas: Colors, Shapes, Dessert vs. Breakfast, Winter Clothes vs. Summer Clothes, etc.
Grocery Sorting Example
Weather Sorting Example
Life Skills Matching
Life Skills Matching
-Free online way to keep up with money practice.
-The below resources are meant to be "errorless". Have your child work on the Level(s) that would best fit their needs.
-Level 1: Students can circle the option that they prefer. For further modification, you can cover two out of three of the word choices and guide your child to the answer.
-Level 2: First, students can color the image on the right to match the provided image on the left. Second, cut out the images in the boxes at the bottom of the worksheet. Third, paste the images where they belong on the line to complete the sentence. *As your child works on each sentence, they can also trace the words provided.
-Level 3: First, use the first page of visuals to cut and paste the matching community sign or worker. Second, trace the words provided and circle the option desired to complete the sentence. Third, write the circled word on the line.
-Level 4: (Same directions as Level 3).
-Level 5: (Refer to other Levels for vocabulary examples). First, draw the chosen community sign or worker. Second, label the community sign or worker on the first centered line. Third, write 2-3 sentences about the word.
Community Signs- Level 1
Community Signs- Level 2
Community Signs- Level 3
Community Signs- Level 4
Community Signs- Level 5
Community Workers- Level 1
Community Workers- Level 2
Community Workers- Level 3
Community Workers- Level 4
Community Workers- Level 5
- Grocery or Store Lists
- Scavenger Hunts/Outings (Outing Worksheets)
- Educational Netflix Shows (Netflix Recommendations)
- Hygiene Practice (Hygiene)