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.

Hello and welcome to Ms Stevens' class page!

Ms. Stevens
I hope everyone continues to be well and excited for summer.  I was so happy to see some of you with your parents on Wednesday.  I hope you will be able to use the materials sent home over the summer. 
For the last week of school, our class theme is "Summer Kick Off, Remember When".   Our June 8-12 Choice Board includes some summer themed games and videos, as well as stories for Father's Day (June 14), Flag Day (also June 14), and Independence Day (July 4).
Please continue to practice reading and learning over the summer.  I miss you and will be thinking of you!
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Picture by Joshua Nishimoto



June 8-12 Choiceboard.pdf



Stress Management Choice Board.docx

 I will be available Monday through Friday between 9 and 10 AM for instruction.  
 My virtual hours to connect with parents are:

 Friday from 9:30 am to 10:00 am
 Monday from 10:00 am to 10:30 am

You can reach me by phone or email stevenjx@pwcs.edu. 



Hello everyone!
I hope everyone is healthy and safe, having a good time with your families.  We look forward to seeing you soon.  In the meantime, feel free to contact me with any questions.
MicheaDB@pwcs.edu
dwight


Some suggestions to work on at home

English

 

  • Match consonant and short vowel sounds to the appropriate letters
  • Draw pictures to describe a word or story
  • Printing letters to write your name
  • Expand vocabulary by listening to a variety of texts read out loud
  • Recognize commonly seen sight words
 Math
  • Recognize and represent numbers 1-20 by naming them, writing them, and counting out a set of objects.
  • Identify shapes and plane figures
  • Use the calendar to understand the passage of time
 Social Studies
  • Examples of being a good citizen/friend include taking turns, sharing, being kind and doing chores.
  • Identify position words such as near/far, above/below, left/right, and behind/in front
  • Identify commonly celebrated holidays.
 Science
  • There are patterns in nature which include changes in the daily weather and seasonal changes.
  • There are simple repeating patterns in life which include the shapes/forms and color of many common natural objects.
  • Weather changes over time.  Some changes are fast such as daily and weekly and some happen more slowly over time, such as seasonal changes.
  • A pattern can be seen in the change from day to night.  The sun can be seen in the daytime, but not at night time.  Sometimes the moon can be seen during the day and sometimes there is no visable moon at night.