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Grades 3-5

Unique considerations for Grades 3 – 5

In grades 3-5, students are growing in their independence and will not need as much family/caregiver support to navigate the technology platforms once they have been introduced by the teacher. However, we will still consider how families/caregivers are utilized as a partner in remote learning. Though students will be able to navigate the learning management systems more fluidly, they will still need adult support with executive functioning to organize their days and for time-management. 

Schools will make sure they are engaging and supporting families from the start to understand the virtual classroom structures, suggested schedules and daily routines.  Instruction at this age should continue to support a balance of teacher directed and student practice. Each part of the day should embed social-emotional guidance, classroom management strategies and student support strategies in anticipation of supporting students with technology and e-learning materials.

A Day in the Life of a Remote 3 -5 Student

SAMPLE SCHEDULE

Time Activity

8:00-9:30

Morning Meeting 
Literacy
Social Science
Brain Breaks
(Real Time)

9:30-10:30

Literacy
(Independent)

10:30- 11:30

Art
(30 minutes real time, 30 minutes independent)

11:30-12:15

Math
Science
Enrichment
Brain Breaks
(Real Time)

12:15- 1:40

Math
Science
Enrichment
Brain Breaks
(Real Time)

1:40- 2:45

Math
Science
Enrichment
(Independent)