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1:1 On Going Pre K-2nd Grade full curriculum

In this class your child will learn everything they need to get ready for Pre-K-2nd Grade. If your child is in these grades and needs a little push, this class is for you!
Mrs. Amber
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3-8
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How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
The students will improve their skills as a preschooler in order to help them enter Kindergarten. 
No homework for this class. 
Please bring a piece of paper, pencil, and/or white board to every class. Crayons, glue sticks, scissors, dry erase markers. Scroll down for 1st and 2nd grade. Pre-K/Kindergarten Week 1 Math: *A board game that uses color recognition and number recognition Language Arts: *Ball *Ink pad/paint (thumbprints) *Cotton balls Social Studies: *Crayons and Scissors * Flashcards *Shoebox or case Week 2 Math: *Small amount of pain to make fingerprints *Items of various colors to play "I Spy" *A board game that uses color recognition and number recognition Language Arts: *Blank Paper Social Studies: Crayons or colored pens or pencils Science: *Mirror Week 3 Math: *Objects around the house to sort by color (blocks or cards) *Painter's tape or sidewalk chalk *Card stock (laminated of possible) *Hole punch *Shoe string Language Arts: Social Studies: Crayons or colored pens or pencils Week 4 Math: *Paper clips *Dirt, sidewalk chalk, gravel, or leaves (if outside) *Cereal or beans (if inside) *Items around the house that are square shaped *Blocks, paper clips, or other "counters" for measuring Language Arts: *Closet of clothing for life skills game * 2 T shirts *Small bag or suitcase Social Studies: Crayons or colored pens or pencils Science: *Something cold, like an ice cube or popsicle *Something warm, like a cup of tea or hot chocolate (ADULT HELP WITH HOT/WARM WATER) *Something cool, like cool water from the sink or food from the refrigerator Week 5 Math: *Objects or toys for tall/short, big/tall comparisons Language Arts: *Mirror *3 Small treats *Towel Social Studies: Crayons or colored pens or pencils, scissors, tape Science: *Pencil *A few fragrant food items such as sliced orange, cheese crackers, vanilla, flavored cereal, garlic, onion, etc. *Cup or container for each food selected *Blindfold Week 6 Math: *Painter's tape and post it notes *Toothpicks Language Arts: Social Studies: Crayons or colored pens or pencils Science: *Mirror Week 7 Math: *No additional items needed Language Arts: *Items to taste sour = lemon juice, fruit = sweet, salt = bitter, cinnamon candy = spicy/hot (FOR ALLERGIES, REPLACE ITEMS IF NEEDED) *Blidfold *Flashlight *Papers for outline *Painter's tape *Touch objects (ex; furry or muddy like fur or fuzzy blanket, pokey or prickly like a pinecone, slimy like grapes with skin removed or cooked noodles, hard like a rock or apple, soft like tissues) *Stuffed animal, toys *Magnetic letters/tiles Social Studies: Crayons or colored pens or pencils Science: *Fine glitter *Plate *Hand towel *Sink *Hand Soap Week 8 Math: *No additional items needed Language Arts: *Rose *Blindfold *Area for senses walk Social Studies:Crayons or colored pens or pencils Science: *A band aid *Sink *Clean towel or cotton pad *Mild soap Week 9 Math: ALLERGY ALLERT! CHANGE FOOD ITEMS IF NEEDED! PARENT SUPERVISION IN THE KITCHEN/OFF CAMRA *Raisins, nuts, and/or dried fruit for measuring *1/4 cup, 1/2 cup, and 1 cup measuring cups *Thee kinds of apples for tasting (other fruit can be substituted) *Post it notes *Recipe includes: 2 granny smith apples, 1/2 sick butter, 1 cup sugar, 2 packages crescent rolls, 9x9 cake pan *Water for measuring Language Arts: *Cottage cheese Social Studies:Crayons or colored pens or pencils, word collector flashcards (for review), recipe *Naan recipe (Bread from around the word) *2 cups all-purpose flour *1 1/4 cups plain yogurt (greek or regular) *2 teaspoons baking powder *1/4 teaspoon salt Science: *An apple *Cutting board *Knife (ADULT ONLY) *Magnifying glass *Ruler Week 10 Science *Flashlight *Opaque object such as a book or stuffed animal Language Arts *Items to sort by color, type, shape, or color *Help cook (WITH ADULT) *An egg Social Studies *Crayons or colored pens or colored pencils Math *Colored toothpicks with dispenser *Measuring cups of various sizes *Teaspoon *Tablespoon *Rice or cereal to measure *Recipe includes: 1 1/2 cup unsalted butter, 3/4 cup powered sugar, 3/4 teaspoon salt, 1 1/2 cup ground or finely chopped pecans, 4 1/2 teaspoons vanilla, 3 cups flour Week 11 Science *6 cotton swabs *Washable red, blue, and yellow paint *Paper *Plastic tablecloth Language Arts *Laundry *Pencil Social Studies *Crayons or colored pens or pencils Math *A toy *Optional: items to put away using position words (in, on, below, etc.) Week 12 Science *An assortment of objects that are of small, medium, and large sizes Language Arts *Glass for sipping *Pairs of socks to sort Social Studies *Crayons or colored pens, or pencils *Scissors *Glue or tape (Optional) Math *Small objects for jumping over Week 13 Language Arts *Butter on a dish and bread on a plate *Rice bins for measuring and comparing *Practicing/teach how to use microwave, toaster, and can opener (ADULT SUPERVISION) *Play dress up and pretend tea time, molding good manners Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Dominoes *Scissors Week 14 Science *A flower *Ruler *Magnifying glass Language Arts *Red and blue markers or crayons *Liquid glue, black construction paper, and glitter Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Measuring utensils for liquids and solids (including 1 tablespoon, 1 cup, and 1 quart) *Flour or salt *Recipe *Blocks Week 15 Science *Pitcher or container of water *Clear glass cup *Water *Coffee maker or tea kettle *Coffee mug *Ice cubes Language Arts *Soap *Hand towel Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Leaves or card stock *Plain white paper *Tape Week 16 Science *Your favorite cookie recipe *Ingredients and supplies Language Arts *Packages of cheese crackers, beef jerky sicks, nuts, etc. Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *A nickel, dime, and quarter *Piece of plain white paper Week 17 Science *Stuffed animal, baby doll, or action figure Language Arts *small number stickers *piece of paper Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Blocks Week 18 Science *Glue stick *Construction paper *Packet of seeds (flowers, herbs, etc.) *Potting soil *Small pot Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons *Word collector cards (for review) *Recipe (will post) Math *Blocks *A die *Dominoes Week 19 Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Post it notes or index cards *Painter's tapes or sidewalk chalk Week 20 Science *Construction paper *Scissors *Googly eyes *Glue *Craft feathers *2 paper plates *Stapler *Crayons or markers *Hole hunch *Yard Language Arts *Shoe with laces *Buttons (at least 7) *Needle, thread, scrap fabric or old shirt Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Blocks *A die Week 21 Science *Construction paper *Glue stick *Pencil *Scissors *Googly eyes *Popsicle sticks *Optional: glitter glue or craft gems Language Arts *Cleaning supplies for dusting *Cleaning supplies for sweeping *Cleaning supplies for wiping spills/messes *Cotton balls *Scissors Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Week 22 Science *Glue *Clothespin Language Arts *Blocks or building *egg cartons for sorting small objects *Practice tying shoes Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons *Scissors *Glue or tape Math *Jump rope *Blocks Week 23 Science *Ziploc sandwich bag *Large bowl filled with ice water *1/2 to 1 cup butter or shortening *Dish soap Language Arts *Toilet paper tubes (or paper towel tubs) *Bird seed *Peanut nutter *Yarn *paper plate *Items to make a birds nest and feathers *Items for sorting (toys, buttons, silverware, clothes) Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Post it notes Week 24 Language Arts *Blank paper Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Thread *Globe or ball Week 25 Science *Paint *Paintbrush *Paper plate *Glue *Scissors Language Arts *Bail seeds for planting *Paper egg carton (for planting) *Crayons *Small amount of soil for seeds Social Studies *Scissors Week 26 Science *Glue stick *Scissors Language Arts *Googly eyes *White washable paint *White liquid glue *Salt *Yellow ink pad or washable paint *Fine tip black marker *Things with zippers, buttons, and snaps *A belt Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons *Scissors *Geography Flash cards Math *Blocks *A die Week 27 Language Arts *Small hula hoop or large swim ring *Bubbles *Large bubble wand Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons *Scissors *word collector flashcards (for review) *recipe Week 28 Science *Blue construction paper *Crayons *Cotton balls *Glue *Blue paint *Cotton swab *Tablecloth Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Small toys or items from nature *Sidewalk chalk for number line *Pot/pan *Wooden spoon Week 29 Science *Paper plate *Yellow or oranges *Paintbrush *Scissors *Yellow or orange construction paper *Tablecloth Language Arts *Paper/Sketchbook *Art supplies for sketching *Dishes *1 daisy *items to sort such as pantry items *Dish rag and towel Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Hula hoops *Blue toys (or books) *Red toys (or books) *Blue and red toys (or books) Week 30 Science *White , blue, black, and orange construction paper *Pencil *Yarn *Scissors *Glue Stick *Googly eyes *Optional: cotton balls or white glitter glue Language Arts *Ball (small for tossing) *Book *Blindfold Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons *Some coins Math *Craft sticks *Glue *Tissue paper *Scissors *String or yarn Week 31 Science *Globe or ball *Flashlight *Dark room Language Arts *Ball *Yarn/rope *Hula hoop, trash can or bucket Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Week 32 Science *Black construction paper *Pencil *Gray paint *Paper plate *Tinfoil *White or silver glitter glue *Tablecloth *Scissors *Brad fasteners Language Arts *Large shirt *broom *Dusting supplies Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *10 blocks or other counters *Book *Table Week 33 Science *A pumice stone *Magnifying glass *Salt Language Arts *Calculator *Grocery list Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Bathroom scale *Ball *Clear glass jars *Post it notes *Buttons or other counters Week 34 Science *Plate *Chocolate chip cookie *Toothpick or chopstick *Paintbrush Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters Week 35 Science *Play dough Language Arts *Ketchup packets *Straws in wrappers *Juice boxes (if you use them) *Milk cartons (if you use them) *Any other containers that your child might be able to learn to open Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons Math *2 pieces of paper *Marker to write on paper Week 36 Language Arts *Anything they might need for practicing tying shoes, sewing a button, making a bed, etc. Social Studies *Colored pencils or pens or crayons *Scissors *Word collector flashcards (for review) *recipe 1st Grade Week 1 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * flash cards * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Science * 3-ring binder for student's Science Notebook * Small rock or pebble, non-porous so it will sink in water * Container of water to drop the rock into * Crayons or colored pencils Week 2 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * flash cards * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * Plain White Paper, pencil, crayons * Map Science * Flashlight Week 3 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * Plain White Paper, pencil, crayons Science * White Sheet of paper * Glass prism (A glass prism will create a more vibrant rainbow and is recommended; however, an acrylic prism may also be used.) * Light source-natural light outside or through a window is best, but a flashlight will also work Week 4 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * 3 Plain White Paper, pencil, crayons Science * Flashlight * Tissue paper or cellphone in colors: red, orange, yellow, green, and blue * Rubber bands (optional, to hold tissue paper/cellophane in place on the flashlight. You can also simply use your hand.) * Crayons, markers, or colored pencils Week 5 Langage Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * White paper and crayons Science * Drinking glass, smooth glass is best * Water * White sheet of paper * Flashlight * DVD or CD Week 6 Langage Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * White paper and crayons Science * Crayons Week 7 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * White paper and crayons * (optional) With parents permission, burry ild items in the back yard. Get old clothes on, set a timer, and try to find them! Science * Glue stick * Crayons, colored pencils, or markers * Scissors Week 8 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * (optional) Put water in a bucket and go outside. Have student carry as far as they can. * balloon with no helium Science * Glass cup * Water * Ice cube * Seconds small cup or bowl of water * Paintbrush (or child's fingers will work) * Dark-colored construction paper Week 9 Language Arts: * The book Not Too Small at All * Sight words flash cards from last week * Simple reading book of choice * My Own Dictionary Pages (notebook) Social Studies * Flash Cards * Notebook * My story journal * White paper and crayons Science * Mason jar (recommended) or tall glass * Lid for mason jar (recommended) or small saucer to cover glass * Hot water PARENT SUPERVISION (Hot tap water will do. If you do not see a cloud form, you may also run water through a coffee maker. Remind students to be careful and to not touch.) * Aerosol spray (hairspray works well) * 2-6 Ice cubes * Elmer's Glue *Glue stick * Cotton balls Week 10 Science * Mason Jar or large glass cup *Shaving cream *Water *Blue food coloring *Small bowl *Dropper or spoon *Plastic bag or a flat plate (to protect surface) Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 11 Science *Balloon *Fork *Fleece (optional) Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 12 Science *Crayons, colored pencils, or markers Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 13 Science *Play dough in 4 colors *Butter knife *Glue stick *Scissors Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 14 Science *Stalks of celery, with leaves *Glass jar *Food coloring *Water *Scissors Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 15 Science *Magnifying glass *Various leaves from outside. May also use spinach or leaves from grocery store flowers. *Paper *crayons Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 16 Science *Flour *Cheetos *Cocoa powder *Light, fuzzy winter gloves *3 pieces of construction paper *Crayons or markers *Pom - poms *Elmer's glue Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 17 Science *Apple *Cutting board *Sharp Knife -ADULT ONLY Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 18 Science *Paper plate *Red, orange, and yellow tissue paper or construction paper, cut or torn into approximately 1 - inch pieces *Glue stick Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 19 Science *Paper plate sun from week 18 *String or yarn, 4-5 feet long *Elmer's glue Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 20 Science *Flour or play dough *Container *Small objects such as pebbles or marbles to drop into the four or play dough *White paint *Back construction paper *Cotton ball *Pencil *Optional: Clothespin for less mess. Use the clothespin to hold the cotton ball, and the student can hold onto the top of the clothespin. *Hole punch Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 21 Science *Option A: -Oreos *Option B: -Flashlight -Ball, such as tennis or soccer ball Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 22 Science *6 popsicles sticks *Glue *String or yarn *Optional: Silver or gold glitter Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 23 Science *Card stock or index card *Pushpin or pencil *Flashlight Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 24 Science *Magnifying glass *Feathers (can be purchased at a craft store or gathered from the yard) *Velcro (can be on an article of clothing or a shoe) *Elmer's glue Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 25 Science *Option A -Toilet paper or paper towel cardboard roll, or a pinecone -Peanut butter -Birdseed -Yarn or twine -Plate -Butter knife *Option B -Needle and thread -Unbuttered, unsalted popcorn -Apples and oranges, but into pieces -Berries, if desired Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 26 Science *Yarn or twine *Cotton balls *Large container for student to build a nest *Dried grass, twigs, ect., that the student has gathered from outside *Glue stick *Scissors Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 27 Science *Mason jar or big glass container *Glass container for mixing *Funnels *Syringe (one from a child's liquid medicine will work well) *Corn syrup *Water *Vegetable oil * Blue food coloring *Dark blue dish soap *Rubbing alcohol *1/2 or 1/4 measuring cup, depending on the size of your jar Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 28 Science *Sink or bathtub full of water *Fork *Spoon *Construction paper *Scissors *Elmer's glue or glue stick *Crayons or markers *Glitter (optional) Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 29 Science *Clear 1-liter soda bottle *Glow stick bracelet *Construction paper *Permanent marker *Scissors *Tape Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 30 Science *Scissors *Glue stick Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 31 Science *Container to hold habitat *Animal toys belonging to one habitat you choose: arctic, rain forest, or desert *Materials to build a habitat for the toys (e.g., ice for arctic, sand for desert, etc.) Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 32 Science *Two straws *Tape or rubber bands *2 paper bags or gallon sized ziplock bags Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 33 Science *Soda bottle *Straw *Play dough *Water Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 34 Science *Ballon *Ink pad *Picture of student *Glue stick Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 35 Science *Ice cube made from fruit juice *Plate Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal Week 36 Science *Scissors *Glue stick Language Arts *Notebook *Pencel *Check to see if there is a paper to print off. Social Studies: * Flash Cards * Notebook * plain white paper, crayons, pencils * My story journal 2nd Grade Week 1 Math: * Place Value Village Set papers * 3 cups or contaners (3 different sizes) * Small items * Dried beans, 10 snack size baggies, 9 one gallon freezer bags Language Arts * Alphabet chart * Vowel chart * Writing notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Science * 3 ring binder for student's Science Notebook * Crayons or colored Pencils Week 2 Language Arts * Reading book of choice * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * With the availability, go to the library and look up children's books on venomous creatures in your state to watch out for. * crayons; red, blue Science * Matchbox car * Objects to build a small ramp with Week 3 Math: * 10 blocks (or any small object) * math notebook * White paper, leaf, Pencil Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * Optional: Make a cave entrance into your room that you have to crawl through. Use blankets, chairs or cardboard. Don't forget to bring a flashlight and a book to read! * Crayons; red and blue Science * Pencil * Wooden craft stick * Milk Chocolate M&Ms or other small round candy Week 4 Math: * place value counting mat * plain paper Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * Whenever convenient, pick out some food that you might enjoy if you were living on an island. * Crayons; red, yellow, blue, brown Science * Drinking straw * Paper * Bouncy ball * Matchbox car Week 5 Math * Math notebook Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * If you have a board game or card game in the closet, take it out and make up your own new rules for how to play it. * Crayons; red, yellow Science * 2 spools of 3/8" ribbon * Pencil * Solo cup * Hole Punch * Water or rocks to fill the cup Week 6 Math: * Math notebook * 100s chart * Dime * Nickel * Addition and subtraction flash cards Language Arts * Notebook * Reading book of choice * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * Crayons; orange, blue, green Science * Gear set ( should include a big and smaller gear; can be purchased at a hobby store or from a science supply retailer) * Toothpicks * Cardboard box or styrofoam board Week 7 Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * See if you can find shells where you live. * Crayons; red, blue Science * Block of wood * 3 2-inch nails * Hammer Week 8 Math: * Dimes Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * Crayons; Red, Yellow * Go to the store and see if you can find some food made in China. Then, make it at home. Science * Balloon * 2-liter soda bottle (empty) * Vineger * Funnel * Baking soda * 1 tablespoon * 1/2 cup Week 9 Math * Addition and subtraction flash cards * Months of the year flash cards * Dimes Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal * The Samurai warriors of Japan used to play a game classed "toucha." It was played by drinking up to 100 bowels of tea, trying to guess which kind they had. Try doing a small version at home with drinks you normally have. * Crayons; red Science * Water * Drinking glass * Ice cube tray * Pot or pan Week 10 Science * 2 bar magnets *Various magnetic and non-magnetic items such as paper, book, glass, metal paper clip, nail, silverware, metal toys, etc. Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Week 11 Science *2 aluminum soda cans *2 balloons * Fleece or fuzzy material Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 12 Science *Popcorn kernels *Butter and salt (or chosen seasonings) PARENTS SUPERVISION *Air Popper (or alternate cooking method) *Thermometer Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 13 Science *Green leaves *Crayons Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 14 Science *Two colors of play dough Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 15 Science *Sunny day *Styrofoam plate *Pencil *Permanent marker Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 16 Science *4 or 5 inch styrofoam ball (save for week 27) *Gray paint *Paintbrush *Flashlight or lamp *Small rocks *Pencil Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 17 Science *2 sheets of yellow, orange, red, and blue construction paper *Scissors *Stapler *Markers *Dessert plate *Silver glitter glue or gel pen Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 18 Science *Black construction paper *White crayon *Star stickers *Glitter glue (optional) Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 19 Science *Solar system planetary model kit (You may also put together your own model solar system using any materials you'd like) Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 20 Science *same as last week Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 21 Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 22 Science *2 liter soda bottle (empty) *Scissors or utility knife (PARENT SUPERVISION) *Ruler *Permanent marker *Gravel or small stones *Duct tape Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 23 Science *Mason jar or big glass container *Glass container for mixing *Small gravel or rocks *Funnels *Syringe *Corn syrup *Water *Vegetable oil *Dish soap *Rubbing alcohol *1/2 or 1/4 measuring cup, depending on the size of your jar *Glue stick Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 24 Science *Shaving cream *Bathtub with water Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 25 Science *Scissors *Brass fastener *Card stock or laminator Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 26 Science *Glass cup or jar *Plastic wrap *Hot water *Ice cube *Blue food coloring (optional) *Rubber band (optional) *Towel Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 27 Science *4 or 5 inch Styrofoam ball *Metal or wooden skewer (12+ inches long) *Permanent marker *Flashlight *Green and blue paint, paint brush (optional) Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 28 Science *Graham crackers *Frosting *Plate *Butter knife Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 29 Science *2 packages of Jello *2 pie tins or small baking sheets *Mini marshmallows *Toothpicks Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 30 Science *3 or more kitchen towels *Plate *Sand or dirt *Spray bottle *Construction or patterned scrap paper *Glue stick Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 31 Science *Play dough or modeling clay (Play dough/clay will not be reusable. If you prefer, you can also purchase a volcano model from a craft or science retailer. If using this option, please follow the directions in your kit for this activity) *Toilet paper tube *Scissors *Red food coloring *Baking soda *Vinegar *Baking tray *1/2 tablespoon *1/4 cup *Warm water *Drinking glass or liquid measuring cup Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 32 Science *1 cup of milk chocolate chips or wafers for candy making *Glass bowl *Double-boiler or microwave (PARENT SUPERVISION with hot foods) *Plate *Wax paper *Basic Rock and Mineral set (Optional: Set is not required for completion of this course, but it is suggested and may be used to give your student hands on experience with the rocks covered in this course. Rocks types discussed in weeks 32-34 are pumice, obsidian, granite, diorite, sandstone, limestone, shale, conglomerate, coal, slate, quartzite, schist, gneiss, and marble.) Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 33 Science *Clear glass jar *1/4-1/2 cup of sand, dirt, and potting soil *Water *Spoon Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 34 Science *Your favorite cookie recipe and ingredients Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 35 Science *Orange Jello *Candy gummy insects or warms *Clear glass container Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal Week 36 Science *Crayons, colored pencils, or markers Language Arts * Notebook * Create Your Own Dictionary Social Studies * Notebook * My story journal
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

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Mrs. Amber
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Lives in the United States
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1 total review
3 completed classes

About Me

Hello, I am so excited to meet you! I teach preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade ready classes. I also teach homeschool classes. We will have so much fun! I graduated from Barclay College with my education degree. I have taught in several preschool... 
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