YouTube description: "Mazie is ready to celebrate liberty. She is ready to celebrate freedom. She is ready to celebrate a great day in American history ― the day her ancestors were no longer slaves. Mazie remembers the struggles and the triumph, as she gets ready to celebrate Juneteenth."
YouTube description: "Many people ask, "What is Juneteenth?" Well learn about an African American celebration with this cartoon. Here we have fun facts about Juneteenth and why it is celebrated around the United States of America."
Mrs. Anderson reads If You Give A Pig A Pancake, by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. This book can be used to learn how to recognize cause and effect when reading. It is attached to a Cause and Effect Google Doc graphic organizer that can be used for distance learning.
Introduction to Fundations Unit 14, /ow/
*Note: This is the first lesson that I have attempted to teach remotely, due to COVID-19 mandatory school closures. Give me some grace, as I had a few technical difficulties during my inaugural attempt. Then why post without re-recording? No time right now, as I am scrambling to set up other online options for my students. I may update this video lesson in the future, once I have more time. For now I am posting in case it helps you with your remote teaching plans. I will be looking for your contributions to Tangy Tube as well. We are all in this together!
An introduction to how there are different laws needed in different settings. Students learn how rules are linked to safety, that they are designed to support fairness and that there are consequences for breaking them.
The 1st grade students of Johnnycake Corners hosted a variety of speakers from many different cultures around the world. Their goal was to learn about how their lives mirrored those of other students from around the world and to celebrate the contributions that different cultures have made to the world. The presenters were family members and International Studied students from The Ohio State University.
A read aloud by Kala Olivier of the book A Castle on Viola Street that was written by Dyanne Disalvo. The story of a family working together to help others and create a better life for themselves at the same time.
This Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer is linked to the Read Aloud, If You Give A Pig A Pancake. An interactive Google Doc that can be used for Schoology assignments can be viewed and copied for your classroom use here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1W9Uz0ooGqGCzrXSNwIRej_y-nsT9Wm9wM0lZ6MgM7vQ