# Week 2

• ### Read With Me At Home – Kindergarten – Lesson 6

Sight words and main ideas. First, review the alphabet and sight words and then revisit main ideas and key details!

• ### Reading ELD – 2nd – Lesson 4

Letter sounds – Mrs. Aretz investigates animals and reviews reading strategies and alphabet sounds! This lesson is for 2nd or 3rd graders with beginning English skills.

• ### Eureka Math – 2nd – Lesson 5

Array with equal groups. How can you make an array from a given number of objects? Join Mr. Waldorf for this lesson that encourages students to organize equal groups of objects into arrays either one row or one column at a time.

• ### Eureka Math – 2nd – Lesson 6

Arrays with square tiles. How can we use square tiles to create arrays? Join Mr. Waldorf for this lesson as students compose arrays one row or one column at a time. Students will need up to 25 small square objects as well as a whiteboard and marker or pencil and paper.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 3rd – Lesson 5

How stories are structured. Structure of the text; compare and contrast, cause and effect, or sequence text.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 3rd – Lesson 6

Cause and effect in nonfiction. Know your reading purposes and tackle “cause and effect” in nonfiction!

• ### Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 3

Verb prefixes – Just a few letters at the beginning of a word can change its meaning! We’ll learn how prefixes like re-, mis-, and un- change the meaning of a few of our favorite verbs. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

• ### Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 4

Suffixes and prefixes. Mrs. Radue teaches suffixes and prefixes through a ‘Day at the Zoo’ story. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

• ### Eureka Math – 3rd – Lesson 4

How to represent fractions. How can we represent fractions? In this lesson, Ms. Roose shows us how to equally partition a whole and label each unit fraction, both in unit form and fraction form.

• ### Eureka Math – 3rd – Lesson 5

Break a whole into parts. What does it look like to represent 1 whole with number bonds? Join Ms. Roose as students explore decomposing the whole into different parts, representing shaded and unshaded fractions using a number bond. Students will need a whiteboard and marker or pencil and paper.