• Assignment Sheet for the Week of May 4-8, 2020

    This assignment sheet is meant for families who have not been working on the assignments on Google Classroom. If you have done the posted work and want more to do, here are some things you can work on at home.

    1. Read  20 minutes or more every day! Read books you have at home, read on https://www.raz-kids.com/ (kchism)or read along with a story on tumblebooklibrary.com – the Username is: OliviaPark2020 and the password is: trial. This week we are reading nonfiction books- books that are on real things.

    2. Do 10-20 minutes of math every day! Hopefully you picked up your bag of materials at Olivia Park last week. The math student workbook was in that bag. **Do pages 221-230 to learn about telling time. **Do pages 233, 234,237-242, 245-252 to learn about graphs. You probably won’t have time to do all of that but do at least some of the telling time and graphing pages. **Do pages 236 and 244 for addition and subtraction review practice. Your 3rd grade teachers will expect that you know something about telling time and graphs, so it is especially important that you keep up with the math learning. Log on to https://www.mobymax.com/signin OLIVIA PARK is our school and your password is the same! Do MATH there for 10 minutes daily.

    3. Write for 10 minutes every day! In the bag of supplies there was paper, your pencil case, a purple writing notebook and workbooks. Write about what you see out the window, write about your feelings, write your own made up story, write facts that you know about some topic, explain how to play a game or how to build with Legos. Write something! This week we are continuing to write about our Opinion (which season is the best and why Fall, Spring, Summer or Winter). Try and have more than 2 reasons why.

    4. If you are feeling stressed and worried- Try something from the Calming room. https://www.district196.org/about/calm-room 


    If you did not pick up your bag of materials or need help connecting on Google Classroom here is the information on contacting the office.

    Contacting the school: If you need to contact someone at school because you don't have email or you need support, you can still call our main office at 425-366-3300 and leave a voicemail. Our office team is checking voicemails daily and responding to your messages. Please make sure you leave a detailed message and the best method for contacting you.

    Thank you for supporting your child’s learning at home!

    Be safe and Be Healthy!

    We miss you!