226 Quakertown Road
PO Box 368
Quakertown, NJ 08868
Phone: 908-735-7929
Fax: 908-735-0368

 

 
 
MD Classroom

MD K-4

Virtual Instruction Week 2

Note from Mrs. Bickhardt:

I want you all to know that I am thinking of of you all during this very difficult time.  Social distancing and virtual instruction for the MD classroom will be a learning curve for us all.  Know that I am here to help in any possible way that I can.  I will place a link on this page for each individual grade level so that you can click on it and receive new activities daily and weekly.  Please feel free to reach out to me with anything else you may need.  I will be checking my email diligently from 9:00 to 3:00.  Stay safe, wash hands, and enjoy being with family.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Bickhardt

lbickhardt@ftschool.org

MD K

Have student sort laundry by item. Pants/shirts/socks.  ...by color ... for a challenge, by owner mom/dad/sister/brother/minej

Have student match socks

Have student clean the table tops: when told, "wipe the table," student will pick up damp towel and wipe down the surface.

Have student sort silverware.  Give student a fork, knife, and spoon (childrens items if you have or remove knives from list) and say, "sort silverware."  Student will place the items in their correct spaces.  Use full physical prompting when needed.

MD 1

IXL.com

Have student sort laundry by item. Pants/shirts/socks.  ...by color ... for a challenge, by owner mom/dad/sister/brother/minej

Have student match socks

Have student clean the table tops: when told, "wipe the table," student will pick up damp towel and wipe down the surface.

Have student sort silverware.  Give student a fork, knife, and spoon (childrens items if you have or remove knives from list) and say, "sort silverware."  Student will place the items in their correct spaces.  Use full physical prompting when needed.

MD 2

DTI Programs

Practice sorting spoons.  Give student a spoon and have student place it in a silverware container or drawer.  When mastered move to two spoons, then three spoons, and continue on until student places five spoons into the drawer/container.

Practice picking up laundry and placing items into a laundry basket.

Give student a paper towel with some water on it (not soaking wet), and prompt to wipe the table with full physical prompting after saying, "wipe the table."

Reading ULS

Here is Mrs. Bickhardt reading "Grumpy Mr. G."  Just in case you are still unable to get onto his iPad.