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• ### Read With Me At Home – 3rd – Lesson 14

Compare and contrast stories – Continue reading nonfiction and build compare and contrast skills with two stories.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 3rd – Lesson 13

Story beginning, middle, and end – Read fiction and identify a story’s main components- beginning, middle and end.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 2nd – Lesson 13

Different kinds of syllables – Discover different kinds of syllables and learn how to uncover an author’s purpose.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 1st – Lesson 14

History and equal rights – Learn about historical figures and those that fought for equal rights.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 1st – Lesson 13

Japanese folk tale – Read a folk tale from Japan and discover worm and caterpillar thoughts!

• ### Eureka Math – Kindergarten – Lesson 15

Math stories that make 6, 7, 8 – How do we solve math stories with totals of 6, 7, and 8? Join Mr. Hammer for this lesson as we use cubes, drawings, and number sentences to solve math stories with totals up to 8! For this lesson, you’ll need 8 objects to count along with a pencil and paper or whiteboard and dry erase marker. You will also need some markers or crayons for the problem set.

• ### Eureka Math – Kindergarten – Lesson 14

Solving number sentences – Are you ready to solve math stories with number sentences? Join Mr. Hammer for this lesson using drawings and number sentences to solve math stories with totals up to 8! For this lesson, you’ll need a pencil and paper or whiteboard and dry erase marker along with some markers or crayons for the problem set.

• ### Eureka Math – Kindergarten – Lesson 13

Number sentences that make 8 – How many addition number sentences can you write with a total of 8? Join Mr. Hammer for this lesson as we use space rocks to write number sentences with a total of 8! For this lesson, you’ll need eight objects that students can move around and count, along with a pencil and paper or whiteboard and dry erase marker.

• ### Eureka Math – 3rd – Lesson 15

Compare fractions – How can we use a number line to compare fractions? In this lesson, Ms. Roose explores how distance on a number line can be used as a strategy to compare fraction sizes. Students will need a whiteboard and marker or a pencil and paper.