Welcome to Mrs Addinall's Class Page!
I currently service 1st grade ESOL students
Feel free to contact me at addinaan@pwcs.edu




ESOL Activity Board 8

ESOL_weekly activity board 8.docx

Esol board 8
ESOL Activity Board 7

ESOL_weekly activity board 7.docx

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ESOL Activity Board 6

ESOL_weekly board 6.docx

Activity Board 5 is up!

ESOL_weekly activity board 5.docx


ESOL Board 5
Week 4 Activity Board coming at ya!

ESOL_weekly activity board 4.docx


Pic Week 4
Here is Week 3 Activity Board!

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ESOL_Weekly Activity Board 3.docx


Snapshotweek3
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Week 2 Activity Board

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To support your continued learning we have designed this activity board to be completed during the week of April 14-17. 
I will be available to answer any questions on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am. Feel free to reach me through email at addinaan@pwcs.edu. An email link will be shared to take part in a class meeting using zoom!

ESOL_Weekly Activity Board 1.docx
Need help with activity boards??

View these videos which include how to translate to your home language!!Read Aloud Directions.mp4
Need to translate your activity board to your home language?? 

Click below!
Translation Directions.mp4

Hello Wildcats!

Elizabeth Vaughan Elementary School is excited to support your continued learning and practice through virtual offerings. Please visit our school website to engage in our distance learning activities and schedules.

Stay connected and stay informed!

The Staff at Elizabeth Vaughan Elementary

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La escuela primaria Elizabeth Vaughan se complace en apoyar su aprendizaje y práctica continua a través de ofertas virtuales. Visite el sitio web de nuestra escuela en https://vaughanes.pwcs.edu/ y / o la página web de sus maestros para participar en nuestras actividades y horarios de aprendizaje a distancia. 

¡Manténgase conectado y manténgase informado!

El personal de la escuela primaria Elizabeth Vaughan

For those who are struggling to find time juggling between telework and schooling your kids here are some tips...

1- BREATHE! Our kids are RESILIENT. They WILL learn and progress. They are smarter than we give them credit for and they pick up on your worry and stress- you stress, they will stress.

2- ROUTINE- come up with a simplified routine/schedule for your kiddos. It will make life easier for you AND them if you stick to a schedule. Consider block scheduling- rather than micromanage set their day into 2-3hr blocks and each block can focus on 2-3 areas/activities

3- IF ALL ELSE FAILS- all subject areas are important but for those who may feel uneasy in where to start and what to do the most valuable thing you can do is...

ONE: read! Read TO them, have them to read to you. Stick to 10-20min increments of independent reading to start. Do this DAILY no negotiations

TWO: math facts. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. Depending on the age of your child, start small and work up. To be able to recall those math facts (ie. 2+4; 10-2; 6x4; 9 divided by 3) Have them practice this DAILY, no negotiations

Questions to ask your kids while they are reading...

* Why did you select this book?

* What makes you think this book is going to be interesting?

* What do you think the book is going to be about?

* Does this book remind you of anything else you've already read or seen?

* What kind of characters do you think will be in the book?

* What do you think is going to happen?

Read Aloud 

Storylineonline.net is website where actors read popular children’s books (the kids really stay engaged!)

*Rather than just putting the video on to play, pause throughout the read aloud and ask your kiddo some of the questions listed above

Social studies resource

“Educational videos for students”- This YouTube channel has insightful videos regarding historical figures and holidays

Wanted to share some EFFECTIVE resources I have used in the classroom.

 Writing resource 📝✏️🖍 (use for grades 1-3)
YouTube: Teaching without Frills FOLLOW THIS CHANNEL!
This teacher breaks down different types of writing (informative, narrative, opinion) and the writing process in SUCH easy steps. I would use her videos to open up my writing lesson. These videos are a great visual for the kids and she explains the writing process so clearly so you don’t have to!! I would suggest using one video as the focus for 2-3 days then moving to the next video, this way kids have time to really dig into writing!

PE at home 🤸🏽‍♀️🏃🏽 On rainy days like this it’s SOO important to keep the kids moving!
YouTube: GoNoodle Indoor Recess 
They offer 10-13 min videos for fun exercises for kids to do (These are also great for quick brain breaks)

IMG_6233.PNG I also have a TON of pdf files you can print if you have a 1st or 3rd grader! Files range from math resources, reading resources to social studies. Contact me if you’re interested!!!

During our unexpected break
Have your child work on reading, writing and math skills by doing the following

Reading

Read 20 minutes a day                                                        

Writing

Write their own story!

Math

Practice addition facts up to 12


Instructional Focus Template March.pdf
See above for current learning objectives!

At home activities.pdf

Hi Families! Please see Learning Mats/Choice boards for activities that you can do at home. There is also a math project/book that you child can complete.  Students are encouraged to read DAILY for at least 20 minutes.  If your child was absent and did not receive books, please visit the local library to stock up! Also, practicing writing stories or keeping a “journal of adventures” would be a fun way to make sure your child is continuing to practice his/her writing skills. I will continue to add documents to the class page for enrichment activities and practice.  Thank you for all you do to continue your child’s learning at home. 


Hi Families! Please see Learning Mats/Choice boards for activities that you can do at home. There is also a math project/book that you child can complete.  Students are encouraged to read DAILY for at least 20 minutes.  If your child was absent and did not receive books, please visit the local library to stock up! Also, practicing writing stories or keeping a “journal of adventures” would be a fun way to make sure your child is continuing to practice his/her writing skills. I will continue to add documents to the class page for enrichment activities and practice.  Thank you for all you do to continue your child’s learning at home.