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    Mrs. Principe's Remote Learning 

    Health Lessons

     

    Since we will not be returning to school this session, please hold your work, and every 2 weeks have an adult take a photo of it on their phone and email it to me or email directly from the site.

    My email address is principe@voorhees.k12.nj.us

    •  Not the online quizzes. These are for review only.  Just tell me how you did.  

    • Scroll all the way down to get to the current week assignments.

     

    WEEK 4 

     

    1st Grade

    • Please watch the Youtube video.  Click HERE  to watch "Steven Learns about healthy eating from Maggie"
    • By the way Steven mentions CRISPS that is another work for chips.
    • After the video, draw 3 heathy food choices that Maggie brought to Steven.

     

    2nd Grade

    • Maybe you have heard someone say the expression "You are what you eat!".  That may sound silly but this video may explain that expression better.
    • Please watch the Youtube video.  Click HERE to watch  the video "You Are What You Eat". 
    • After watching the video, write down the names or draw 2 new fruits and 2 new vegetable that you would like to try.

     

     3rd Grade   

    • Go to Brainpop (see top of page before week 1) Click on it  and sign iin.  NOT BRAINPOP JR. this time. Sign in with signal and signal again for password.
    • Search and type in the upper right hand corner slot  the word TASTE.
    • Click on it and watch the video.
    • After watching the video click on the square to the right of the video labeled WORKSHEET.  Write the answers on the screen or on paper and save on paper.   
    • Next write or draw on a paper your favorite "salty" food, favorite "sweet" food etc.  Do all that are on the worksheet.  You might get hungry doing this!!!!

     

     4th Grade

    • Click on Brainpop as on top of this page. Sign in per instruction.
    • Seach and type in top right hand corner rectangle the word TASTE.
    • Watch the video.
    • After the video. design and draw 2 different pizzas with 3 different healthy toppings on each one.  Draw and save the paper.  Don't eat them!!!!!! Yummy!

    5th Grade

    • Click on Brainpop as on top of the  page and sign in.
    • Search upper right triangle - type in words FOOD SAFETY. 
    • Watch the video.
    • Before you have your next lunch or dinner (your choice) notice and write down on a piece of paper  the following 3 things.
    • 1. How food was packaged  before preparation to cook or eat.
    • 2. How food was prepared or cooked safely.
    • 3. What was done with any leftovers.  Be sure to include the food that was eatenon your paper.
    • Enjoy your lunch or dinner!!!!!

     

    We will Start our new unit on Drug Education for Week 5 next Week if we have not returned to school.

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    WEEK 5    April 20-25-2020

    Boys and Girls we are starting our new unit on Drug Education in Health Class.  As most of you know, "A drug is any substance, except food, that changes the way the mind or body works." We will be looking into good drugs such as medicines, but still being careful only to take medicine from a trusted adult, doctor or nurse.  Topics such as  peer pressure, caffeine, alcohol and illegal drugs will be included in some grade level lessons.  We hope you will feel free to discuss these topics with your parents or trusted members of your family as well.

    1st Grade

    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.
    • Search for "Going to the Doctor" for the video
    • Watch the video.
    • Discuss with a family member why one time you had to go to your doctor. (Pediatrician)
    • Write or talk about why a doctor may have to write you a note (prescription) for medicine.

     

    2nd Grade

    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in search rectangle "Going to the Doctor"
    • Click on and watch video.
    • Write  on paper or discuss with a trusted family member one time your remember going to the doctor and why you went.
    • Click on square below finished video for "Easy Quiz".
    • Take the review easy quiz.  Review the video until you are able to get all qustions correct.

     

    3rd Grade

    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle the word Medicines.
    • Click on the Medicines video.
    • Watch the Video
    • Think about when you may have had to take a medicine.  What was your illness?
    • Click on square below the video screen for "Hard Quiz".
    • Take the review hard quiz.  Review the video if you need to correct an answer.

     

    4th Grade

    • Click on Brainpop at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle the words "peer pressure".
    • After watching the video, Click on "Worksheet".
    • Answer the questions on the worksheet "Identify It".  Write answers on paper and keep.
    • Discuss with a trusted member of your family.

     

    5th Grade

    • Click on Brainpop at the top of this page - use sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in search rectangle the words "peer pressure".
    • Watch the Video. Look under video screen for quiz square.
    • Click on Review Quiz and take quiz.  Look at video again until you get all questions correct.
    • Write on paper one time you experienced peer pressure, negative or positive and how you handled it. 
    • Discuss with a trusted family member. 

     

     

    WEEK 6 -  April 27-May 1, 2020   Drug Education

    As you may know - A drug is any substance, except food, that can change the way the mind or body works.  We will be looking at medicines in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades this week.  Caffeine will be the topic for 4th and 5th grades.  You will be starting Flex day this week,  so your school principal may be sending you more information on that topic.  Just try complete your health assignment by Friday.  The password and username for Brainpop.com and Brainpop Jr. is at the top of this page.

     

    • 1st Grade 
    • Click here for a video from your Health teacher Mrs. Principe!
    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of the page - use  password and username as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word medicines.
    • Watch the video on medicines.
    • Click on square below the video screen  "draw a medicine". Draw one.
    • Think about when you had to take a medicine when you were sick.  Who gave it to you?  Was it a liquid, cream or pill?  

     

    2nd Grade

    • Click here for a video from you health teacher Mrs. Principe!
    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of the page - use password and username as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the  upper right of the page the word medicines.
    • Watch the video on medicines.
    • Click on the square below the video screen "Easy Quiz" .
    • Use the quiz as just a review, not a quiz.  Moby will tell you if you got the correct answer!
    • You can look at the video again if you like. 
    • Think about it  - Have you ever had to take a medicine?  Who was the trusted adult who gave it to you?

     

    3rd Grade

    • Click here for a video from your Health teacher Mrs. Principe!
    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of the page - use password and username as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word medicines.
    • Watch the video on medicines.
    • After the video, look under the video screen for the words "Print Notebook" and click on them.
    • Write or print out the questions and write the answers.  Save your work.

     

    4th Grade

    • Click here for a video from you Health teacher Mrs. Principe!
    • Click on Brainpop at the top of the page - use password and username as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word caffeine.
    • Watch the video about the drug caffeine.
    • With your parent's or the adult you live with permission, look around your kitchen for products that contain caffeine.  Some actually have it written in the ingredients.
    • Make a list and save it.  Be sure to look at the ingredients on sodas if you have any. You might be surprised!!!!

     

    5th Grade

    • Click here for a video from your Health teacher Mrs. Principe!
    • Click on brainpop at the top of the page - use password and username as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the upper right of the page the word caffeine.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click under the The video screen the square for Quiz.  Not to worry, this is for review only.  You can take the review quiz and Moby will correct your answers.  This is only for a review of the video not a quiz.
    • List things you know to contain caffeine.  Try to find something in your home that may be new to you containing caffeine.  Check out some sodas, they actually list it in the ingredients if they have it.  Perhaps you learned of something new from the video that contains caffeine.  More on this next week!

     

    Week 7  -  May 4 - 8 - 2020

    Welcome to week 7 of Remote Learning.  "A drug is any substance, except food, that changes the way the mind or body works." Some of you may have had to take a medicine because you had a cold and had a fever, sore throat, or cough with it.  As you know, medicines are good drugs but only if taken the right way and given by a trusted adult.  Some drugs like caffeine can be found in a lot of products. Not good for a child's body. Asthma is a non-contagious (you can't catch it from someone) illness that may require and inhaler that has medicine to open up the airways when it is used.  Make sure you click on where it says HERE to view my video for each of my grade levels.  I sooooo miss all of you.

    Remember to complete your Health assignment by Friday.  Thank you.

    Mrs. Principe

     

    1st Grade

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on the lesson this week.
    • Click on BrainPOP Jr. at the top of this page - use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words colds and flu.  
    • Think about if you have ever had a cold?
    • Watch the video Colds and Flu.
    • Click square below the video screen entitled "Draw About lt."
    • Draw on the page how you can protect yourself from a cold or flu, OR draw how you can prevent your germs from spreading to another person if you have a cold. Ex. use a tissue, sneeze in your elbow or something you thought about.

     

    2nd Grade

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on the lesson this week.
    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page - use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words colds and flu.
    • Think about it, have you ever had a cold or the flu?
    • Watch the video Colds and Flu.
    • Click on the little picture below the video screen that says Print Notebook.
    • Read the 3 questions and answer them on paper. Number your answers 1, 2, 3. Save the paper.

     

    3rd Grade

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on this week's 3rd grade lesson on asthma.
    • Click on Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page - use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word Asthma.
    • Watch the video Asthma.
    • Click on the square that says "Hard Quiz".
    • Do a review of the view with Moby in the Hard Quiz.  This will just be a review.
    • Write  on a piece of paper one way you could help a friend on the playground if they seeemed to be having an asthma attach.
    • Save the paper.

     asthma

    4th Grade

    • Click  here for a video of Mrs. Principe on this weeks lesson on additional information on caffeine.
    •  Click here for an article on Caffeine from Kidshealth.org
    • Read the article, or click on microphone and it may read it to you.
    • Note that is lists amounts of caffeine per serving size in many products.
    • Check which is the highest and which is the lowest.  Keep in mind, they can add up for the day and have effects especially on children.  Caffeine is not for children.
    • On a piece of paper, write  a list of the effects of caffeine on the human body and why it is especially bad for children.  Save the paper.

     

    5th Grade

    • Click  here for a video of Mrs. Principe on this week's lesson.
    • Click  here for the article from Kidshealth.org on the effects of caffeine.
    • Read the article, or you can click on the microphone and it may read it to you.
    • Be sure you look at the different amounts of caffeine in the products listed.
    • Write on paper the following words and write the definition for each.
      • caffeine
      • decaffeinated
      • stimulant
    • Write on the same paper what physically happens to people who are used to drinking or eating products with caffeine often and then don't have any for a while?
    • Save the work and paper. 

     

     

    WEEK 8  May 11-15-2020

    Welcome to week 8 of remote learning with Mrs. Principe.

    This is a rather serious topic on smoking this week for grades 1, 2, and 3. Grades 4th and 5th will be concentrating on what is addiction.  Tobacco is a plant that contains nicotine, a drug that is very quickly addictive.  Children need to know how to say no if ever asked to smoke cigarettes, cigars, pipes or chew tobacco.  They all contain nicotine in the tobacco.

    You will have to click on HERE in my lessons to also view my introduction video to the lesson and a page from out text books.  Miss you all, take care.  Mrs. Principe    P.S.  Don't forget to send me your work, by a phone photo and email it to me or email from the page. Every 2 weeks is fine, just put them together.   As stated at the top of this page.  I need to give you credit for your work. Please finish this assignment by Friday.

    principe@voorhees.k12.nj.us

     

    1st GRADE

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on an introduction to this week's lesson for 1st grade.
    • Click here for a view of a page from our health book.
    • Click on the top of this page on BrainPop JR.  Use the sign in and password as indicated as at top pf the page.
    • Type in the search rectangle  at the top right of the page the word smoking.
    • Watch the video.
    • On a piece of paper with crayons or colored pencils draw a poster that is entitled DON"T SMOKE! 
    • Save this to send to me next week with your other work next week.

     

     

     

    2nd GRADE

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on an introduction to this week's lesson for 2nd grade.
    • Click here for a view of a page from our health book.
    • Click on the top of this page on BrainPop JR.  Use the sign in and password as indicated at the top of the page.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on the square below or next to the video screen that says "Easy Quiz"and take it as a review with Moby. 

      

    3rd GRADE

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on an introduction to this week's lesson for 3rd grade.
    • Click here for a view of a page from your health book.  Read the page.
    • Click on the top of this page on BrainPop JR. Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on the square that says "Hard Quiz" and take it as a review with Moby. 

     

    4th GRADE

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on an introduction to this week's lesson for 4th grade.
    • Click here for a view of a page from your health book.  Read the page.
    • Click on the top of this page on  the word BrainPOP. Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word addiction.
    • Watch the video.
    • Write on a piece of paper the words addiction, abuse and overdose and write the definition of each.  If you need to, go back and review the video again to help with the definitions.

     

     

    5th GRADE 

    • Click here for a video of Mrs. Principe on an introduction to this week's lesson for 5th grade.
    • Click here for a view of a page from you health book.  Read the page.
    • Click on the top of this page on the word BrainPOP.  Use the sign and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word addiction.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on the square  for the quiz.  Take the quiz as a review.  Rewatch video if you get any answers wrong to correct answers with Moby.  

     

    WEEK 9 HEALTH EDUCATION WITH MRS. PRINCIPE  MAY 18-22-2020

    Here we are at week 9 of remote learning in Health Education.  It is a very important week, because the topic is a serious one for children.   Tobacco is the topic, nicotine is the addictive drug in tobacco and it is NOT good for children.  Nicotine is highly and quickly addictive.   Some children are exposed to 2nd Hand Smoke.  Breathing in the smoke from someone else or an ashtray.  This can be serious, and bad for children's health.

    Collect and email me your work or have an adult take a photo and email it to

    principe@voorhees.k12.nj.us    Miss all of you.  Mrs. Principe

     

    1ST GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 1st grade.
    • Click HERE  for a view of a page from the health book on second hand smoke.
    • Click on the link  BrainPopJr. at the top of this page. Use the user name and password as indicated.
    • Type in the  search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking. Click search button.
    • Review the video on smoking.
    • Think about how breathing in a smoker's smoke can be harmful to a child.
    • Draw a poster on a piece of paper about 2nd hand smoke. Use colors.
    • ex. Don't Smoke Around Children  or
      ex. Second Hand Smoke Is Bad for Children etc. 

     

    2nd Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 2nd grade.
    • Click HERE for a view of a page from our Health book on second hand smoke.
    • Click on the link BrainPopJr. at the top of this page.  Use the user name and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.  Click the search button.
    • Review the video on smoking.
    • Think about how you could get away from 2nd hand smoke.
    • Draw a poster about the danger of second hand smoke on paper using crayons or colored pencils.

     

    3rd Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 3rd grade.
    • Click HERE  for a view of a pages from your Health book on ETS environmental tobacco smoke. (2nd hand smoke).
    • Read the 2 pages. 
    • Click on the link BrainPopJr. at the top of this page.  Use the user name and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.  Click search.
    • Review the video on smoking.
    • Click on square below the video entitled WRITE ABOUT IT. Write on paper the answers to the qustions
    • 1. How is smoking bad for your health? 
    • 2. How can smoking affect people around a smoker?

     

    4th Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 4th grade.
    • Click on the link at  top of this page the  word BrainPoP.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word smoking. Click on the search button.
    • Watch the video on Smoking.
    • Click on the square for Vocabulary next to the video screen.
    • Write the definitions for the first 6 words on the Vocabulary Page on paper.  Send it to me. *** You may have to watch the video twice to complete your definitions. 

     

    5th Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 5th grade.
    • Click on the link at the of this page the work BrainPoP.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search retangle at the top right of the page the word smoking.  Click on the search button.
    • Watch the video on Smoking.
    • Click on the square for Worksheet. Write on paper or  the site how smoking affects the body systems: 
    • 1. Circulatory (Heart)
    • 2. Respiratory (Lungs)
    • 3. Digestive (Stomach)
    • 4. Integumentary - BIG WORD for (Skin)
    • Send to me. 

     

     

     WEEK 10  Health Education with Mrs. Principe May 26-30-2020

    Week 10 of Health Remote Learning is another important and serious topic for all grades 1 through 5.  First and second will be learning about illegal drugs and a drug that has an age requirement to use, alcohol.  Third grade will also be focusing on alcohol, it is not for children.  Fourth and Fifth grade will be learning further information about tobacco and its effects.  Tobacco and Alcohol are not legal for anyone under the age of 21.  You will learn more about that in this lesson.   Collect your work and email it or have an adult take a photo on their phone and send it to my email address so I can give you credit for your work.

    principe@voorhees.k12.nj.us      I am NOT on google classroom because I am in 3 schools.

    Thank you,  Mrs. Principe

     

    1st Grade

    • Click HERE  for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 1st grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPOPJr. at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words illegal drugs.
    • Watch the video.
    • Write or draw a list of 3 healthy drinks for children that do not contain alcohol.

     

    2nd Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 2nd grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPOPJr. at the top of this page.   Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words  illegal drugs.
    • Watch the video.
    • Think about it question: Why do you think alcohol is not for children?
    • On a paper, write why adults should not drink alcohol and then immediately drive a car.

     

    3rd Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson  for 3rd grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPOp (NOT brainpopJr.) at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    •  Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page, the word alcohol.
    • Watch the video.
    • On paper:
    • 1. Write the definition for Alcoholism, and use in a sentence.
    • 2. Write the definition of a depressant, and use in a sentence.
    • 3. Write why is it dangerous for someone to drive if they drank alcohol.

     

    4th Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 4th Grade.
    • Click HERE for the  link for KidsHealth.org article.
    •  Read the article.  Click on  short additional video in article.  Watch it.
    • Write answers on paper:
    • 1. How can second hand smoke affect someone with asthma?
    • 2. How can you avoid 2nd hand smoke?
    •  Please send to me.

     

    5th Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 5th grade.
    • Click HERE for the link for KidsHealth.org Video "Smoking Stinks".
    • Read the article, and click on the additional short video in the article.  Watch it.
    • Write answers to these questions on paper.
    • 1. What is 2nd hand smoke and how can you avoid it?
    • 2. What is 3rd hand smoke?
    • 3. How does smoking affect performance in athletics, dance or other physical activities?
    • Please send to me.

     

    WEEK 11  Health Education with Mrs. Principe     June 1-5 2020 

     Week 11 of Health Remote learning includes how to "say no" when facing peer pressure or advoiding pressure on the internet.  Saying no to tobacco or alcohol, and illegal drugs.  Saying NO is a skill that needs to be practiced at home with a family member or a friend so you are comfortable and able to do it firmly but politely.  First and second grades will be learning about internet safety.  Third grade, illegal drugs and drugs that have an age resriction.  Alcohol is the topic for 4th and 5th grades.  Watch my intro video from me to you!  A short brainpop video is included along with a brief assignment.   These are serious topics and everyone needs to be informed, no matter what your grade level. 

    Thank you to all who are sending their work through email and or phone photos to my email address. You will receive credit for that.  Unfortunately I am not on Google Classroom because I am in 3 schools.  Thank you, and I miss you all.   principe@voorhees.k12.nj.us

     

    1st GRADE

    • Click HERE  for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 1st grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPop Jr. at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words internet safety.
    • Watch the video.
    • Talk with your family what are safe websites you are allowed to use.  Write them on a piece of paper.

     

    2nd GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 2nd grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPop Jr. at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words internet safety.
    • Watch the video.
    • Write 3 ways to stay safe on the internet.
    • List safe websites approved by your trusted adults in your home.  Write them down and hang up near the computer.

    3rd GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 3rd grade.
    • Click on the link for Brainpop Jr. at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words illegal drugs.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click below the video screen "Print Notebook" and write answers to the 3 questions on paper and send to me.

    4th GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 4th grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPOP at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word alcohol.
    • Watch the video.  You may need to watch it twice. It is impportant and has a lot of information in it!
    • On paper, write the definitions of depressant, alcoholism and addiction.
    • Write why a person has to wait one hour per drink before driving a car.
    • Write how alcohol affects the liver? Send  to me.  

    5th GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe's introduction to this week's lesson for 5th grade.
    • Click on the link for BrainPOP at the top of this page.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word alcohol.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on the square next to the video screen that says Review Quiz.  Take the  review quiz. Send me the results of the review quiz.  You may want to see the video twice, it is very important and has a lot of information.

     

    WEEK 12  Health Education with Mrs. Principe    June 8-12-2020

         Hello boys and girls.  Week 12 of remote learning will focus on Safety Signs for 1st grade.  Hopefully everyone will be a little more out and about soon, so safety signs may be very helpful to keep you informed and safe.  Second grade will be learning about a number of community workers that can help us and keep us safer.  

         Third graders, since you may be back socializing and with other children this summer, Conflict Resolutions can help you get along with others and solves some problems.

         Fourth grade will be focusing on bullying, what exactly is it?  Also what to do if you are being bullied.

         Fifth graders, CONGRATULATIONS!.  As I said in my video VMS is soooooo lucky to have such a wonderful group of students. I know all of you are on the internet and may be communicating with others on the computer.  Since you will be coming in contact with new students and others for the next few years, it is important to know what is Cyberbullying.  Also, what you should do if you feel you are being Cyberbullied.   Hence that is your topic this week.

         I will miss all my 5th graders so if you get a chance come back and visit.  Congratulations on your Graduation from 5th Grade.  I have enjoyed having the privledge of teaching each one of you.   Mrs. Principe

    1st GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe and her introduction to this week's lesson for 1st grade.
    • Click on the link at the top of this page for BrainPop Jr.   Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words safety signs.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on DRAW ABOUT IT and draw a safety sign.

    2nd GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe and her introduction to this week's lesson for 2nd grade.
    • Click on the link at the top of this page for BrainPop Jr.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words Community Helpers.
    • Watch the video.
    • Write on a piece of paper a list of 5 dommunity helpers.  

    3rd GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of Mrs. Principe and her introduction to this week's lesson for 3rd grade.
    • Click on the link at the top of this page for BrainPop Jr.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words Conflict Resolution.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click below the video screen on Print Notebook.  And write your answers. 

    4th GRADE

    • Click HERE for a video of  Mrs. Principe and her introduction to this week's lesson for 4th grade.
    • Click on the link at the top of this page for BrainPOP.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word Bullying.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on the box to the right of the  the video screen entitled Challenge and click Review.  Take the challenge.   

     5th Grade

    • Click HERE for a video of  Mrs. Principe and her introduction to this week's lesson for 4th grade.
    • Click on the link at the top of this page for BrainPOP.  Use the sign in and password as indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the word Cyberbullying.
    • Watch the video.
    • Click on the Box entitled Quiz.  Click Review quiz and take the review of the video.

     

     

     WEEK 13 - June 15-19-2020 Health Education with Mrs. Principe

    Here we are at the last week of school and remote learning in Health Education.  I hope you all have a wonderful, fun summer.  I can't wait to see you in the fall.  My 5th graders are moving up to middle school and I know they will do so well in middle school.  Because summer is here, I thought I would end our health classes with short videos on summer and swimming safety.  Just click where I indicate to see the video.  Have a great, safe and happy summer.   Mrs. Principe  

     

    1st Grade

    Click HERE   for the link to view a summer safety and swim video.

     

    2nd Grade

    Click HERE for the link to view a summer safety and swim video.

     

    3rd Grade

    Click HERE for the link to view a summer safety and swim video.

     

    4th Grade

    • Click on the link at the top of the page for BrainPOP. Use the sign in and password indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words water safety.
    • Watch the video.

     

    5th Grade

    • Click on the link at the top of the page for BrainPOP.  Use the sign in and password indicated.
    • Type in the search rectangle at the top right of the page the words water safety.
    • Watch the video.