Challenge Work There are more options to explore on our Tech Links page as well
Nature Sketch: Go outside and look around. Find one thing you'd like to sketch and sit down and sketch it. Remember begin with an outline, then add details, shading, and build out. If you'd like, email Ms. Casady a picture of your best sketch!
Writing: Any Writing Project That Makes you Happy! -Keep a journal -Google Slides slideshow about your interests -Write a letter to your grandparents, cousin, or even Ms. Casady! -Typing Games (on Technology Links, typing.com or arcademics) -Cursive -Write a Google Doc letter to a friend and share it with them -Make up a new story or chapter book -Write about a weird/funny experience you've had (Feel free to share with Ms. Casady if you like!)
Math: Multiplication and Division Practice- Go on to Sumdog or Prodigyto practice your multiplication and division problems. Students can also use flash cards or have someone quiz them verbally instead.
Redbird - This program self-paces students through their math instruction. If students don't understand a problem and miss it, the program will adjust and get easier to help them through the material with more guidance.