Emergency Distance Education Plan 2.0

Daily Instructional Guide

As school closures continue through the end of the school year, this guide provides a structure for students and families for learning through distance education. In addition to instruction facilitated by the student’s teacher, Extended Learning Activities are essential to provide students further learning opportunities to promote their mastery of grade-level standards. Furthermore, Wellness Activities promote students’ wellbeing during school closures.

Extended Learning Activities
(1-2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Read a book at the student’s reading level for 15 minutes. Keep track of daily reading in a reading log.


• Practice high-frequency words.


• Student Learning Extension Opportunities at ccsd.net provide paper-pencil learning activities in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics with integrated science and social studies content.


• Smarty Ants at  https://a3khome.com/SA-CCD  is a foundational literacy program for students in Pre-Kindergarten–Grade 2.

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*Recommended usage is 20 minutes at least three days per week.
• Vegas PBS at www.vegaspbs.org/learn is a curriculum-based programming designed for Pre-Kindergarten–Grade 12 and is available Monday–Friday on Channels 10.2 and 10.3.


• Draw and write in a journal.


• Engage in counting and sorting activities.


• Practice math facts.

Kindergarten–Grade 2

Wellness Activities
(2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Engage in physical activities, such as biking, walking, hiking, jumping rope, stretching, etc.
*Remember to practice social distancing.


• Listen to music.


• Spend time with a pet or family member.


• Plan and prepare meals together and engage in routine meal times.
 

• Connect and talk during meal times.

Kindergarten–Grade 2

Wellness Activities
(2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Engage in physical activities, such as biking, walking, hiking, jumping rope, stretching, etc.


*Remember to practice social distancing.


• Listen to music.


• Spend time with a pet or family member.


• Plan and prepare meals together and engage in routine meal times.


• Connect and talk during meal times.

Grade 3–Grade 5

Extended Learning Activities
(1-2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Read a book at the student’s reading level for 30 minutes. Keep track of daily reading in a reading log.

 

• Practice high-frequency words

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• Student Learning Extension Activities at ccsd.net provide paper-pencil learning activities in ELA and mathematics with integrated science and social studies content.


• MAP Accelerator at https://www.khanacademy.org/login provides a personalized learning pathway for students in mathematics. If students have forgotten their login information, please contact the teacher or the school.


• Khan Academy at www.khanacademy.org provides free video tutorials and interactive exercises for students to build knowledge one concept at a time in ELA, science, and other content areas. Students and parents can create an account, select courses, and monitor progress.


• ActivelyLearn at https://www.activelylearn.com is easy for students to access at home, whether on a smartphone, laptop, or desktop. Students can read interactive assignments with guiding questions and notes.

*Recommended usage is 30 minutes at least five days per week.


• Vegas PBS at www.vegaspbs.org/learn is a curriculum-based programming designed for Pre-Kindergarten–Grade 12 and is available Monday–Friday on Channels 10.2 and 10.3.
• Draw and write in a journal.


• Practice math facts.


• Engage in board games, cards, and puzzles.

Grade 3–Grade 5

Emergency Distance Education Plan 2.0

Daily Instructional Guide

As school closures continue through the end of the school year, this guide provides a structure for students and families for learning through distance education. In addition to instruction facilitated by the student’s teacher, Extended Learning Activities are essential to provide students further learning opportunities to promote their mastery of grade-level standards. Furthermore, Wellness Activities promote students’ wellbeing during school closures.

Extended Learning Activities
(1-2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Read a book at the student’s reading level for 30-60 minutes. Keep track of daily reading in a reading log.


• Student Learning Extension Opportunities at ccsd.net provide paper-pencil learning activities in ELA and mathematics with integrated science and social studies content.


• MAP Accelerator at https://www.khanacademy.org/login provides a personalized learning pathway for students in mathematics. If students have forgotten their login information, please contact the teacher or the school.


• ActivelyLearn at https://www.activelylearn.com is easy for students to access at home, whether on a smartphone, laptop, or desktop. Students can read interactive assignments with guiding questions and notes.

*Recommended usage is 30 minutes at least five days per week.


• Khan Academy at www.khanacademy.org provides free video tutorials and interactive exercises for students to build knowledge one concept at a time in ELA, science, and other content areas. Students and parents can create an account, select courses, and monitor progress.


• Vegas PBS at www.vegaspbs.org/learn is curriculum-based programming for Pre-Kindergarten–Grade 12 and is available Monday–Friday on Channels 10.2 and 10.3.


• Engage in board games, cards, and puzzles.


• Draw and write in a journal.


• Provide support and guidance for younger siblings.

Grade 6–Grade 8

Wellness Activities
(2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Engage in physical activities, such as biking, walking, hiking, jumping rope, stretching, etc.
*Remember to practice social distancing.


• Listen to music.


• Spend time with a pet or family member.


• Plan and prepare meals together and engage in routine meal times.


• Connect and talk during meal times.

Grade 6–Grade 8

Wellness Activities
(2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Engage in physical activities, such as biking, walking, hiking, jumping rope, stretching, etc. *Remember to practice social distancing.


• Listen to music.


• Spend time with a pet or family member.


• Plan and prepare meals together and engage in routine meal times.


• Connect and talk during meal times.

Grade 9–Grade 12

Extended Learning Activities
(1-2 Daily Hours Recommended)

• Read a book at the student’s reading level for 30-60 minutes. Keep track of daily reading in a reading log.


• Student Learning Extension Opportunities at ccsd.net provide paper-pencil learning activities in ELA and mathematics with integrated science and social studies content.


• Khan Academy at www.khanacademy.org provides free video tutorials and interactive exercises for students to build knowledge one concept at a time in mathematics, ELA, science, and other content areas. Students and parents can create an account, select courses, and monitor progress.


• ActivelyLearn at https://www.activelylearn.com is easy for students to access at home, whether on a smartphone, laptop, or desktop. Students can read interactive assignments with guiding questions and notes. *Recommended usage is 30 minutes at least five days per week.


• Practice for the SAT at Khan Academy.


• Vegas PBS at www.vegaspbs.org/learn is curriculum-based programming for Pre-Kindergarten–Grade 12 and is available Monday–Friday on Channels 10.2 and 10.3.


• Draw and write in a journal.


• Provide support and guidance for younger siblings.


• Research scholarship opportunities.


• Explore colleges and careers.


• Engage in board games, cards, and puzzles.

Grade 9–Grade 12