Check out this new TTSD site to support your child's learning. http://AtHome.ttsdschools.org.
The best way to keep up with reading is to practice a minimum of 20 minutes daily. Sites are offering free trials to families during this time. We use these at school:
Students should now be able to access my EPIC on their ipads. The code is ghu2478
In math we began learning about skip counting across the 120 chart, noticing how the ones stayed the same, but the tens changed. We also began learning to add from story problems with three addends.
Students all have an account they can access at home. The codes are on the inside of homework folders and typically follow this pattern...first initial/last name@durham. So if your name is Anna Jones, your user name would be ajones@durham. Everyone's password is go.
Flashcard Monster: https://www.factmonster.com/math/flashcards
Other Flashcard Games without a comuter: http://teacherblog.evan-moor.com/2019/04/29/games-to-play-with-math-flashcards/
We have been working on "How-to" writing, or expository. A lot of this is done around science. We have written about how to plant a seed, and all about frogs. Encourage your child to write using a subject they are interested in like, how to build a lego car, this is how my family gets ready for dinner, How I get ready for bed, or other topics that are familiar. They can even write to me through email and I will write them back! Here is a good resource to show what is expected in first grade writing: https://www.time4writing.com/writing-resources/writing-standards/first-grade/
We have done a lot of fun lessons trough Mystery Science. The site has put out a free link to kids as they are staying home from school. Check out some fun and maybe some great writing ideas: https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning
Brainpop Jr. Science, history and social learning: https://jr.brainpop.com/free-stuff/