• Linda Dreibelbis AT Home Learning Links

    Linda Dreibelbis Life Skills Classes at home learning and schedules 

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact your teacher from the links below. 

    Linda Dreibelbis       ldreibelbis@riselearningcenter.org 

      

    Monday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed 

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Read/listen to a book 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal  

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Make requests using manners- please, thank you, excuse me    

    ⦁    Discuss the day- weather, date, day of the week, season 

    ⦁    Listen to music and dance. 

      

    Tuesday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Count the number of lightbulbs in your home.  If lightbulbs cost $2 each, how much would it cost to replace all the lightbulbs in your home? 

    ⦁    Trace alphabet letters on paper or a surface/write the number words one to ten 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Find some objects around you that are red, yellow and green. 

    ⦁    Make an obstacle course using pillows, boxes, chairs working on using prepositions.  

      

    Wednesday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Read/listen to your favorite book 

    ⦁    Write 3 sentences about your book, make 3 statements about the book or find called items in your book 

    ⦁    Go to an educational website is you have computer access (Cool Math, PBS Kids, Starfall,  

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Take a Rainbow walk.  It’s just walking around identifying objects that match the colors in the rainbow.    

      

    Thursday: 

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Listen to the following sounds (car horn, cars going around a race track, tv at volume 10, fireworks, sounds at a restaurant, fire truck sirens, violin playing).  Decide if they are too loud, too soft, or just right 

    ⦁    Count the doors in your house 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    March/skip/gallop around the house  

         

    Friday: 

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Answer the following yes/no questions:  Should you use a mirror to…. 

    ⦁    Stare at yourself during class? 

    ⦁    Check for food in your teeth? 

    ⦁    Comb your hair during dinner? 

    ⦁    Tie your shoe? 

    ⦁    Apply lip balm? 

    ⦁    Check your outfit after you get dressed? 

    ⦁    Listen to music? 

    ⦁    Brush your teeth? 

    ⦁    Bake cookies? 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Watch a cartoon/movie and draw a picture about it 

    ⦁    Do some kind of exercise/dance/walk 

      

    Fun Activities to try: 

    Alphabet hide and seek to play outside or inside (Parents/Adults write a letter on paper and hide them around the house then the child can identify the letter or identify a word that starts with that letter-spell the word)  

    Homemade puzzles— have child draw a picture then cut it up, putting the pieces together after  

     Calming strategies using all of the senses...  

    what do you hear, smell, see, feel while being outside or giving them a scene like being around a cookout and having them identify those senses. 

     

     

     

     

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  • Mrs. DIlk At Home Learning Links (CLICK HERE)

    Ashely DIlk Life Skills Class AHome Learning Links, and schedules 

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact your teacher from the links below. 

     Ashely DIlk               adilk@riselearningcenter.org 

      

    Monday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed 

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Read/listen to a book 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal  

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Make requests using manners- please, thank you, excuse me    

    ⦁    Discuss the day- weather, date, day of the week, season 

    ⦁    Listen to music and dance. 

      

    Tuesday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Count the number of lightbulbs in your home.  If lightbulbs cost $2 each, how much would it cost to replace all the lightbulbs in your home? 

    ⦁    Trace alphabet letters on paper or a surface/write the number words one to ten 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Find some objects around you that are red, yellow and green. 

    ⦁    Make an obstacle course using pillows, boxes, chairs working on using prepositions.  

      

    Wednesday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Read/listen to your favorite book 

    ⦁    Write 3 sentences about your book, make 3 statements about the book or find called items in your book 

    ⦁    Go to an educational website is you have computer access (Cool Math, PBS Kids, Starfall,  

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Take a Rainbow walk.  It’s just walking around identifying objects that match the colors in the rainbow.    

      

    Thursday: 

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Listen to the following sounds (car horn, cars going around a race track, tv at volume 10, fireworks, sounds at a restaurant, fire truck sirens, violin playing).  Decide if they are too loud, too soft, or just right 

    ⦁    Count the doors in your house 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    March/skip/gallop around the house  

         

    Friday: 

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Answer the following yes/no questions:  Should you use a mirror to…. 

    ⦁    Stare at yourself during class? 

    ⦁    Check for food in your teeth? 

    ⦁    Comb your hair during dinner? 

    ⦁    Tie your shoe? 

    ⦁    Apply lip balm? 

    ⦁    Check your outfit after you get dressed? 

    ⦁    Listen to music? 

    ⦁    Brush your teeth? 

    ⦁    Bake cookies? 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Watch a cartoon/movie and draw a picture about it 

    ⦁    Do some kind of exercise/dance/walk 

      

    Fun Activities to try: 

    Alphabet hide and seek to play outside or inside (Parents/Adults write a letter on paper and hide them around the house then the child can identify the letter or identify a word that starts with that letter-spell the word)  

    Homemade puzzles— have child draw a picture then cut it up, putting the pieces together after  

     Calming strategies using all of the senses...  

    what do you hear, smell, see, feel while being outside or giving them a scene like being around a cookout and having them identify those senses. 

     

     

     

     

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  • Mrs. Nation At Home Learning Links (CLICK HERE)

    Mrs. Leslie Nation High School Life Skills Schedule for At Home Learning 

    Contact information 

    Mrs. Leslie Nation                    lnation@riselearningcenter.org 

    Monday 

    Get dressed 

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Read a nonfiction story  

    Help prepare a meal  

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Tuesday 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Count the number of lightbulbs in your home.  If lightbulbs cost $2 each, how much would it cost to replace all the lightbulbs in your home 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Wednesday 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Read your favorite book 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Thursday: 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Listen to the following sounds (car horn, cars going around a race track, tv at volume 10, fireworks, sounds at a restaurant, fire truck sirens, violin playing).  Decide if they are too loud, too soft, or just right 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

         

    Friday: 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Answer the following yes/no questions:  Should you use a mirror to…. 

    Stare at yourself during class? 

    Check for food in your teeth? 

    Pop a pimple during dinner? 

    Tie your shoe? 

    Apply lip balm? 

    Check your outfit after you get dressed? 

    Listen to music? 

    Brush your teeth? 

    Bake cookies? 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

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  • Mrs. Posey AT Home Learning Links (CLICK HERE)

    Ms. Renee Posey   M.O.V.E. Schedule for At Home Learning 

    Contact information 

    Ms. Renee Posey                      rposey@riselearningcenter.org 

      

    Monday 

    Get dressed 

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Read a nonfiction story  

    Help prepare a meal  

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Tuesday 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Count the number of lightbulbs in your home.  If lightbulbs cost $2 each, how much would it cost to replace all the lightbulbs in your home 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Wednesday 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Read your favorite book 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Thursday: 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Listen to the following sounds (car horn, cars going around a race track, tv at volume 10, fireworks, sounds at a restaurant, fire truck sirens, violin playing).  Decide if they are too loud, too soft, or just right 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

         

    Friday: 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Answer the following yes/no questions:  Should you use a mirror to…. 

    Stare at yourself during class? 

    Check for food in your teeth? 

    Pop a pimple during dinner? 

    Tie your shoe? 

    Apply lip balm? 

    Check your outfit after you get dressed? 

    Listen to music? 

    Brush your teeth? 

    Bake cookies? 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

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  • Mr. Krebs At Home Learning (CLICK HERE)

    Todd Krebs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfAfymBl64E&feature=youtu.be  (CLICK HERE)

     

    Information sheet 1 from PE equipment Video PDF  (CLICK HERE)

    Information sheet 2 from PE Equipment video PDF  (CLICK HERE)

     

    Rise E LEARNING PHYSICAL EDUCATION

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/u/0/d/19D2R37-_czoSLkjmTK4CcVIwlwv2HsNd9g5Hzyjvids/mobilepresent#slide=id.p   (CLICK HERE)

     

    60 minutes of physical activity per day is what is recommended:

    http://www.indianashape.org/newsletter/041520.html

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  • Mrs. Putt At Home Learning Links (CLICK HERE)

    Stephanie Putt Life Skills Class at home learning links and schedules 

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact your teacher from the links below. 

    Stephanie Putt          sputt@riselearningcenter.org 

       

    Monday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed 

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Read/listen to a book 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal  

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Make requests using manners- please, thank you, excuse me    

    ⦁    Discuss the day- weather, date, day of the week, season 

    ⦁    Listen to music and dance. 

      

    Tuesday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Count the number of lightbulbs in your home.  If lightbulbs cost $2 each, how much would it cost to replace all the lightbulbs in your home? 

    ⦁    Trace alphabet letters on paper or a surface/write the number words one to ten 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Find some objects around you that are red, yellow and green. 

    ⦁    Make an obstacle course using pillows, boxes, chairs working on using prepositions.  

      

    Wednesday:  

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Read/listen to your favorite book 

    ⦁    Write 3 sentences about your book, make 3 statements about the book or find called items in your book 

    ⦁    Go to an educational website is you have computer access (Cool Math, PBS Kids, Starfall,  

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Take a Rainbow walk.  It’s just walking around identifying objects that match the colors in the rainbow.    

      

    Thursday: 

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Listen to the following sounds (car horn, cars going around a race track, tv at volume 10, fireworks, sounds at a restaurant, fire truck sirens, violin playing).  Decide if they are too loud, too soft, or just right 

    ⦁    Count the doors in your house 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    March/skip/gallop around the house  

         

    Friday: 

    ⦁    Get dressed  

    ⦁    Make bed 

    ⦁    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    ⦁    Answer the following yes/no questions:  Should you use a mirror to…. 

    ⦁    Stare at yourself during class? 

    ⦁    Check for food in your teeth? 

    ⦁    Comb your hair during dinner? 

    ⦁    Tie your shoe? 

    ⦁    Apply lip balm? 

    ⦁    Check your outfit after you get dressed? 

    ⦁    Listen to music? 

    ⦁    Brush your teeth? 

    ⦁    Bake cookies? 

    ⦁    Help prepare a snack/meal 

    ⦁    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    ⦁    Watch a cartoon/movie and draw a picture about it 

    ⦁    Do some kind of exercise/dance/walk 

      

    Fun Activities to try: 

    Alphabet hide and seek to play outside or inside (Parents/Adults write a letter on paper and hide them around the house then the child can identify the letter or identify a word that starts with that letter-spell the word)  

    Homemade puzzles— have child draw a picture then cut it up, putting the pieces together after  

     Calming strategies using all of the senses...  

    what do you hear, smell, see, feel while being outside or giving them a scene like being around a cookout and having them identify those senses. 

     

     

     

     

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  • Mrs.Mays At Home Learning links (CLICK HERE)

     Mrs. Monica Ponce May M.O.V.E. Schedule for At Home Learning 

    Contact information 

    Mrs. Monica Ponce May         mmay@riselearningcenter.org 

     

     Monday 

    Get dressed 

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Read a nonfiction story  

    Help prepare a meal  

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Tuesday 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Count the number of lightbulbs in your home.  If lightbulbs cost $2 each, how much would it cost to replace all the lightbulbs in your home 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Wednesday 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Read your favorite book 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

      

    Thursday: 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Listen to the following sounds (car horn, cars going around a race track, tv at volume 10, fireworks, sounds at a restaurant, fire truck sirens, violin playing).  Decide if they are too loud, too soft, or just right 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

         

    Friday: 

    Get dressed  

    Make bed 

    Brush teeth, wash face and comb hair 

    Answer the following yes/no questions:  Should you use a mirror to…. 

    Stare at yourself during class? 

    Check for food in your teeth? 

    Pop a pimple during dinner? 

    Tie your shoe? 

    Apply lip balm? 

    Check your outfit after you get dressed? 

    Listen to music? 

    Brush your teeth? 

    Bake cookies? 

    Help prepare a meal 

    Help with one chore around the house (pick up your bedroom, laundry, sweeping/vacuuming, wiping tables, etc.) 

    Practice sitting upright on a chair for 15 minutes with the help of an adult 

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  • Ms. Silver’s At Home Learning links

    MsSam Silvers at home learning 

    activities are listed below: 

     

    Ms. Silver’s Class : 

    www.getepic.com (email teachers for login information) 

    www.razkids.com (email teachers for login information) 

    www.abcya.com

    www.pbskids.com 

     

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact: 

    Sam Silver: ssilver@riselearningcenter.org 

     

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  • Mr. Londeree At Home Learning link

    MrCorey Londeree at home learning 

    activities are listed below: 

     

    www.ixl.com (Click Here) 

    Students should complete one language arts and math at their grade level each day.  There are also science and social studies lessons for extra learning. 

    Teacher may also assign lessons for each individual student, be on the lookout for those! 

     

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact: 

    Corey Londereeclonderee@riselearningcenter.org 

    Comments (-1)
  • Ms. Crabb At Home Learning link

     Ms. Crabb:  

    activities are listed below: 

     

    www.ixl.com (Click Here) 

    Students should complete one language arts and math at their grade level each day.  There are also science and social studies lessons for extra learning. 

    Teacher may also assign lessons for each individual student, be on the lookout for those! 

     

    If you have any questions or concerns please contact: 

    Amanda Crabb: acrabb@riselearningcenter.org 

    Comments (-1)