Tips for Parents
Sick? and Tired? Sleep Affects The Immune System This is a great website with tips from sleep experts and a list of self-care and daily lifestyle habits that have a direct impact on remaining physically healthy and mentally strong.
Tips For Helping Kids Wear Masks An excellent one page poster with tips for parents
Steps for Washing Hands A one page poster with steps for washing hands
July 30, 2020 COVID-19 Return to School Requirements For students, families, teachers, and schools From the Diocese of Covington Department of Catholic Schools
Back to School Planning: Checklists to Guide Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers The latest tips from the CDC (July 23, 2020)
Return to School During COVID-19 General issues and suggestions about returning to school safely (July 14, 2020)
Guide to Coping With COVID-19: For Kids and Families This resource includes: how to talk to your kids about the virus, being stuck at home and my won’t stop fighting, and tips for parents about homeschooling your child\children
How To Stop Your Glasses From Fogging Up When You Wear A Mask (Suggestions from an article from The Verge June 25, 2020)
Education Resource For Remote Learning For Parents & Teachers The title says it all. This is a booklet that has information to help parents and teachers when talking to students of different levels on various subjects. It was created by the Ohio Department of Education. (Some helpful resources even though it was released on April 1, 2020)
What Can Kids Do? Questions and Answers adults can use to speak to their children about the Coronavirus. Also includes information for Teens, Parents, and Educators
Setting A Routine: Time Magazine article How to create a positive learning environment at home
National Geographic for Kids explains the Coronavirus in Kid-Friendly words.
FBI Gives Tips to Prevent Hackers Common sense tips for everyone to make your online classroom safe; FBI reports hackers accessed online conferencing software “Zoom”
Educational Resources For Kids and Teachers
Stations of the Cross for Families Simple and prayerful way for families to visit the Stations of the Cross
Scholastic Learn At Home Free resources created for kids at home because of the current school closings Resources for Pre-K up to 6th grade+ Different lessons each day
Cool Math Games Free access to Math on all levels.
KidsActivitiesBlog.com Here’s The Entire List of Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions Due to School Closings
BrainPOP is giving Prince of Peace FREE access because of the current school closings BrainPOP Jr.® (K-3) BrainPOP® BrainPOP Español™ and BrainPOP ELL™. You’ll also be able to log in from our educational mobile apps. Anyone from Prince of Peace can use it…… The Username is: POP@POP The Password is: LovePOP2
At home users, visit our getting started guide to learn more about using BrainPOP at home.
Highlights Magazine!! Remember the hidden pictures, Goofus and Gallant, Jokes, etc. Highlights is online now and you can find Activities, Recipes, Games, and more, free of charge. Go to: https://www.highlightskids.com/ and enjoy!
Disney Song Playlist A playlist on YouTube that contains 237 Disney Songs that will play through…..Get up…..Move around…..Jump…..Dance…..Play….Celebrate blessings!
https://www.funbrain.com/ Kindergarten-8th grade activities! Math Games…. Books on all levels that you can read online….. Videos….. It is fun for your brain!!!
Storyline Online Celebrities read aloud stories!! Many, many neat books! Then, there are activities for both parents and teachers can do with after listening to the book. Fun activities, creating projects, discussion questions…. Free Apps available also!
Knowledge On The Go at Great Minds.org: Video lessons by teachers on all levels in English\Language Arts, Math, and Science
Science Lessons K-5 : Printable Lessons, Online Textbooks (e-books) matched with lessons, Includes more resources for Science lessons for K-8th grade levels
Mystery Science Lessons K-5: Video lessons with activities provided free for schools who are closed. Teachers could assign. Students and Parents can enjoy together just for fun!
Mrs. Angela Fehr’s Class Website: https://fehrlearning.weebly.com
Just for fun: All God’s Creatures Got a Place in the Choir https://youtu.be/sTKJUxl8TL4
Links for Patriotic Songs
My Old Kentucky Home https://youtu.be/ztDxdsWW4q0
https://youtu.be/FSfjEUDcZaU you might remember this instrument from the Irish instruments we watched before we left school.
Also, Blue Moon of Kentuckyhttps://youtu.be/hyqk1An0SLk
Links for Praise Songs
Here for the Gold (throw back from a couple of years ago)
favorite of mine Yancy Praise Worship
A Game of NAME THAT TUNE
Name this tune from the Lyrics provided:email your answers to me (Mrs. Wynne) @: email@example.com
- When he rolls up his sleeves he ain’t just putting on the ritz.
- From the mountains, to the prairies, to the oceans, white with foam.
- Change our hearts, fill us with peace. Transform our lives anew.
- And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air.
- A simple calculation, mathematical equation, the answer to the question.
More Music websites
For all ages
Go Fish Guys Videos, you know they are my favorite! For your praise songs!
Also, since we are missing the Young People’s Concert at Cincinnati Symphony, here is a link that they are offering for students.
Includes online games for note matching and coloring pages to download, print and color
Peanut Butter&Jam Sessions Schedule 2019-2020. Are you home? So are we! JOIN US ON FACEBOOK LIVE FOR OUR “MUSICAL MORNINGS” AT 10AM …
https://www.musick8.com/rkdojo/rksounds.php Dojo Recorder Karate
user id: karate password: rubric
OR YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEeNtOSI9c7D07-NuV7WTA3JIjrzwzyXa
Use only the videos with the music printed to practice how I will test. The other videos in this playlist will show you the fingering. Happy Practicing!
Rough Face Girl Assignment
- Watch you tube video https://youtu.be/LIonWVivH54
- Identify musical instruments you hear.
- Tell me how the music sounds such as happy, sad, haunting, merry, etc.
- What fairy tale does this remind you of?
- Create a song using your recorder and other percussion instruments (drums, shakers, rain stick, etc.)
Here is a virtual piano that you can use to try and practice playing and creating tunes. Not exactly the same but you can play more than one key at a time by using the keyboard on your laptop. Have fun!
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be available for any questions by email. Mrs. Wynn