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  • 5:36 Second Step Lesson-Fair Ways To Play-Part 2

    Join me for Part 2 of Fair Ways To Play. In Part 1 we discussed the problem that Matthew and Fiona were having. Matthew wanted to play with the big dinosaurs that Fiona had. Now let us watch and see the solution that Mathew comes up with, and if his idea works. You can use the strategies at school and at home. Thanks for watching!

    Uploaded May 21, 2020
  • 6:02 Make Your Own Alphabet Chart

    Join me as we make our own alphabet line. You will need paper, pencil/pen, scissors, and glue to complete this lesson. Follow the directions in the video to make your own alphabet line. Remember when writing your letters to leave spaces between them, as this it will make it easier to cut out the letters. Good luck!

    Uploaded May 20, 2020
  • 5:54 Clifford, the Firehouse Dog by Norman Bridwell

    Clifford takes a trip to the city to visit his brother Nero. He soon becomes involved with helping firefighters put out a fire and rescue the people in the tall building! Will Clifford save the day? Watch to find out! Your writing prompt today is: Let's talk about safety. Tell me about one or two of our recess safety rules we had, and why it was important to follow those rules. I give a few examples at the end of the story. Enjoy!

    Uploaded May 20, 2020
  • 6:01 Dinosaur Lesson-Tyrannosaurus Rex

    Our last dinosaur lesson focuses on the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Learn what this scary looking dinosaur ate, and what those little arms on his body were used for, among other interesting facts. I hope you all have enjoyed these dinosaur lessons, as I had fun making them. If you ever want to watch the lessons and drawing videos again, I have been posting them in the Google classroom. As always, thank you for watching!

    Uploaded May 19, 2020
  • 5:56 How To Draw-Tyrannosaurus Rex

    Join me as we draw the Tyrannosaurus Rex. This is a tricky dinosaur to draw, so please take your time. Remember, it does not need to look exactly like mine. You can see how every time I draw the dinosaur it looks different, and that is ok. I hope you have fun, and I can't wait to see your drawings!

    Uploaded May 19, 2020
  • 5:59 Dinosaur Lesson-Elasmosaurs

    Join me as we learn about the Elasmosaurus. What did it eat, and where did it live? Those are just a couple facts we learn about in this video. I hope you enjoy, and don't forget to watch part two to learn how to draw the Elasmosaurus. Thank You!

    Uploaded May 18, 2020
  • 5:39 How To Draw-Elasmosaurus

    Join me as we draw the swimming dinosaur, the Elasmosaurus. Remember, it does not need to look exactly like mine, and make it big to add details and color. I look forward to seeing your drawings! Have fun!

    Uploaded May 18, 2020
  • 5:52 I Want to Be a Ballerina by Anna Membrino and Smiljana Cohoe

    A little girl named Mia wants to be a ballerina like her sister, but soon realizes it will take much practice. Will she take the time to practice, and how will she do when she attends her first class? Watch to find out! Your writing prompt today is: Tell me about something you would like to learn, that is going to take a lot of practice. I give a few examples at the end of the video. Enjoy!

    Uploaded May 18, 2020
  • 5:43 Dinosaur Lesson-Pteranodon

    Join me as we learn about the Pteranodon, the flying dinosaur. Was it even a dinosaur? And was is that cone shape on the top of his head used for? What did it eat? Watch and find the answer to all of these interesting questions. I hope you enjoy!

    Uploaded May 15, 2020
  • 5:41 Pteranodon-How To Draw

    Join me as we draw the Pteranodon. Remember to make him large so you can add detail and colors. Another tip, leave room at the top of the paper for his head. Have fun, I can't wait to see your drawings!

    Uploaded May 15, 2020
  • 5:59 Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late by Mo Willems

    The Pigeon wants to stay up late, and not go to bed. Is this a good idea? Would you let him stay up late? Watch and see if the Pigeon is able to stay up all night. Your writing prompt today is: tell me what you would do if you could stay up all night and why. I give a few examples at the end of the video. Hope you enjoy!

    Uploaded May 15, 2020
  • 5:31 Second Step Lesson #3 Part 1-Inviting Other to Play

    Join me as we problem solve what happens when students disagree who they would like to play with them. Remember, when you have a problem, the first step is: To say the problem, The second step is to: Think of solutions. Enjoy!

    Uploaded May 14, 2020