At home learning activities for K-1 students using the story, The Bad Seed. These responding to literature activities can be sent home or uploaded to a digital platform.
At Home Learning Activities
Times are tough right now. Teachers are doing all that they can to support their students and continue instruction outside of the classroom. These home study units are filled with writing responses, as well as, math and literacy activities to support learning using an online children’s book. The daily activities can be printed or uploaded to a digital platform, like Seesaw or Google Classroom.
With four days of written responses, students practice forming an opinion, making connections, evaluating the author’s purpose, retelling the story, and even more. Each printable activity includes a QR code to easily connect students to the online story.
Students can also virtually respond through Seesaw.
All of the activities are already preloaded in Seesaw. Each unit comes with 1 click links that make uploading SO SIMPLE.
Within this download, I’ve included a parent pack that is easily sent out to parents in a printable PDF. There is absolutely no prep for you! The QR code on the assignment gives simple directions so parents can easily support their students with at-home learning.
Math and Literacy Activities
In addition to the daily written responses, students can complete the math and literacy activities that are provided.
I just know your students will love practicing skills with these digital activities!
Seesaw is seriously SO COOL! It is super easy to use and a great way to provide resources for students. If you’ve never used it, you are missing out! Check out this video to see how truly easy it is!
All of the resources needed for a full week of learning using the story, The Bad Seed, can be found here:
Or check out some other great titles and activities here:
- Gilbert the Great
- The Good Egg
- Sylvester and the Magic Pebble
- Pig Kahuna
- Chester’s Way
- Rosie Revere Engineer
I would also like to recommend one of our podcast shows that supports digital learning:
Hang in there, friends! Keep being the amazing educators that you are… even from afar!