# Week 3

• ### Reading ELD – 2nd – Lesson 6

Weather and often used words – This learning adventure includes high-frequency words, weather, and a hamster visit! This lesson is for 2nd or 3rd graders with beginning English skills.

• ### Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 5

Contractions – Read a story and play games to learn about contractions. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 1st – Lesson 8

Point of view in stories. Read fantasy stories and learn about how stories have points of view.

• ### Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 6

“Wh” words – Learn all about “WH” words. Who? What? When? Where? Why? This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

• ### Reading ELD – Kindergarten – Lesson 5

Words about our bodies – Learn all your body parts and have some fun singing and drawing! This lesson is for Kindergarten and 1st graders with beginning English skills.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 2nd – Lesson 7

Root words and prefixes. Review root words and prefixes and use a venn diagram to compare words!

• ### Eureka Math – 1st – Lesson 7

Use symbols to compare numbers – How can you use symbols to compare numbers? Join Mrs. Coleman for this lesson as students are introduced to comparison symbols to compare pairs of two-digit numbers. Students will need a whiteboard and marker or pencil and paper.

• ### Read With Me At Home – 3rd – Lesson 7

Fiction connections to the real world – Return to the fiction genre for some reading and make connections to the real world!

• ### Read With Me At Home – 1st – Lesson 7

Fables and math stories. Learn about the fable genre, read multiple fables, and complete a math story.

• ### Eureka Math – 2nd – Lesson 7

Repeated addition word problems – Let’s use what we’ve learned to solve word problems! In this lesson, Mr. Waldorf and students will apply their understanding of equal rows and columns and repeated addition. Students will need a whiteboard and marker or pencil and paper.