The Oklahoma State Board of Education is providing students with home learning activities that include options that depend on low or no technology that focus on students’ interests and the world around them. Below you will find learning menu activities as options for ways for students to continue learning at home with their families and peers.
The following times are suggestions for learning time at home.
● 15 minute read aloud and literacy skills including a reading task and/or writing activity
● 15 minute math lesson, activity, application practice or games focused on concepts, skills or content (i.e. number sense, computation, problem solving, etc.) 3 x week
● 15 minutes of reading skills practices (i.e. rhyming, sounds in a word, letter names and letter sounds)
● Extended Learning: ○ 30-60 minutes of outdoor play ○ 10-20 minutes of reading with family (books of their choice) ○ 30+ minutes of imaginative play (small toy play, dress up play, building, etc.)
● 30 minutes read aloud or independent reading, including reading tasks or writing prompts.
● 20 minutes combination of Math Lesson, Activities, Application practice or Games focused on concepts, skills, or content (i.e. number sense, computation, problem solving, etc.) 3 x week.
● 20 minutes Science/Social Studies activity or lesson connected to an overarching project or topic of study 1 time a week each
● Flexible Time for Specials (Physical Education, Music, Art, World Language)
● 20 minutes of a read aloud or independent reading
● 20 minutes of a reading or writing lesson, task, or prompt (may include 15 minutes of independent writing)
● 20 minute combination of a math lesson, activities, application practice, or games focused on concepts or skills (i.e. number sense, computation, problem solving, etc.)
● 20 minutes of a science/social studies activity or lesson connected to an overarching project or topic of study
● flexible specials (Physical Education, Music, Art, World Language or Library)
Dale Teachers’ Favorite Websites!
Below you will find the websites that are used commonly in Dale classrooms.