Part A: Daily Math Skills
Step 1: Complete Tuesday of Daily Math Week 1.
Step 2: Practice your multiplication skills HERE
Step 3: Practice your division skills HERE
Part B: Daily Language Skills
Step 1: Complete Tuesday of Daily Language Week 1.
Part C: Social Studies Time
Today we’re going to…
• watch a video about Indigenous Peoples
• read about and answer questions about Indigenous Peoples Communities
• learn how to draw an eagle
Step 1: Watch the Video
Click on the link below and watch the video about Indigenous Communities
Step 2: Reading Comprehension Article
Once you have finished watching the video, it’s time to read an article about Indigenous Communities and to answer some questions.
Print the documents located at the link below and work through the questions with your child.
CLICK TO VIEW INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES READING
CLICK TO VIEW THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES WORKSHEET
Have your child read the article to you, or take turns reading. To ensure understanding of the article, have them retell what they have read. Next, review the questions and encourage your child to go back to the article to support his or her answers. Don’t forget to write complete sentences for answers! No cutting corners!
Print the following document to keep the answers on hand for easy reference.
CLICK TO VIEW INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES ANSWERS
Part D: Art Break – Draw an Eagle
Wow! You’re making great progress – you should be very proud of yourself 🙂
The eagle is considered a sacred and noble creature representing power and prestige to the Indigenous Peoples of the Northwest Coast. It symbolizes wisdom and has a special and direct connection to the creator.
Grab some paper and colouring supplies. Learn how to draw an eagle by watching the video below.