Are you ready for “Arkansas AMI: Week 6”? We’re going to have a lot of fun learning with this week’s selection of programs and activities. Plus, check out Spanish language materials and schedules that are included in the AMI packets sent to Arkansas school districts. See more of what you have to look forward to in our schedule below:
“Arkansas AMI” Week 6 Schedule
WHAT WE’RE LEARNING
“Arkansas AMI” PreK-2nd Grade Band
It’s going to be a great week as 2018 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Randi House and Math Games host 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Joel Lookadoo help us learn how to use a calendar, learn the concept of time, and explore what we can do in 1 minute with the crew from “Odd Squad” on Mondays and Fridays. We’re also learning some new things with “The Cat and Hat Knows a Lot About That!” like how plant roots need water, air and compost, the art of whistling, how simple machines work, and the role of the pulley. We are exploring the properties of different ingredients and how they can transform while creating tasty (and safe) edible slime with “Nature Cat!” On Tuesday, our new friend, Arkansas Department of Education’s Daniel Collier, is teaching us about a cool new art project, and, on Wednesday, Susan Jobe, a G.U.I.D.E. for Life Specialist at the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), is helping us to understand how to tackle everyday problems by doing something extraordinary with “Xavier Riddle.” Are you ready to move your body? We’re learning a fun, new workout with our friends at the UAMS STAR Telemedicines program this Thursday.
“Arkansas AMI” 3-5th Grade Band
Are you ready for the fun? This week with 2017 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Courtney Cochran and 2010 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Vandy Nash, we’re learning how to solve a pattern of shapes from outer space with “Peg & Cat”, how to overcome the fear of making mistakes with “Arthur, and how to use math to plant a beautiful garden in an unlikey space with “Cyberchase.” Our new friend, Arkansas Department of Education’s Daniel Collier, is teaching us fun, new art project on Tuesday. Also, G.U.I.D.E. for Life Specialist at the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education Susan Jobe is helping us understand how important it is to not give up with our friend “Arthur” on Wednesday. Plus, our favorite Math host and 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Joel Lookadoo is teaching us new math games on Monday and Friday! We’re also discovering the important role frogs and toads play in the ecosystem, and how to count and track monarchs with “SciGirls.” What do you get when you combine fashion and electronics? We’ll find out.
“Arkansas AMI” 6-8th Grade Band
This week, 2019 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Stacey McAdoo is helping us learn about innovators who are creating ways to propel people farther and faster in years to come with “America Revealed: Nation on the Move,” explore how to make urban habitats more appealing to non-human urban dwellers with “Earth Focus: Urban Habitat,” and discover how receding alpine glaciers will affect the ecosystem, municipalities, farmers and ranchers downstream with “Glaciers of the Winds.” We are also learning about algebra in the real world with “Get Math” and how to program a smartphone app with “SciGirls.” G.U.I.D.E. for Life Specialist at the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education Susan Jobe is helping us learn history by showing us how technology has changed how we listen to music with “Reconnecting Roots: Off the Record Into the Clouds” on Wednesday. We’re creating a new art project with Arkansas Department of Education’s Daniel Collier Tuesday, and, on Thursday, we’re learning a new workout with team at the UAMS STAR Telemedicines program. Plus, we are playing new math games with 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year Joel Lookadoo on Monday and Friday!
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