At Home Learning: Friday April 3, 2020

Holy Week is upon us as Palm Sunday is this weekend.

Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey and the crowds cheer his entrance.

The people are so excited to see Him that they even lay their coats and cloaks on the ground for Him to walk upon.

The followers wave palms in joy and shout “Hosanna, Jesus comes!  Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!”

O God,

we sing our Hosannas of praise.

May we follow his way of love.

We pray this in Christ Jesus’ name.



Happy Birthday to Matthew and his twin, Evan who celebrate their special day this weekend.

It is PHOTO FRIDAY!  Send me a photo of your hardworking first grader with any piece of work that was completed this week!  (if time allows)


Homeroom Teacher: Blanco

Date: Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Subject Learning Target(s) Directions Regarding Instruction Due Data/Method
Language Arts  



Have someone give you a spelling test, think carefully about the two words that combine to make a new compound one!  Use your best printing.

bedtime, himself, flagpole, sailboat, backpack, sunset, raincoat, Palm Sunday


Reading RF.1.2-4 (foundational skills)

RL.1.1-10 (reading literature)


Read a story of your choice (from your home library, Tumblebooks, Epic, or other).   Halfway through the story, make an inference.  What do you think will happen next?  Why?





Online resource day!




Prayer, Fasting, and Giving are the 3 Pillars of Lent.

Say your daily prayers.

Find a way to serve someone today

(a Corporal Work of Mercy).

View a video in our google classroom all about Palm Sunday, called God’s Story.

Also, play the festive song called Hosanna, process around your house just like the crowds did on Palm Sunday. Wave your arms because we do not have palms this year…

Think about joining HR Parish at 9:30am for Palm Sunday mass online on Sunday.

Social Studies  





Measurement-Day 10


(2 day project)


Materials needed: paper for spelling, computer/tablet


Specialists will not necessarily be issuing daily work.  Please access specialist websites for ongoing enrichment opportunities students can do from home at the following locations: