EVERYTHING I SENT HOME WITH KIDS ON FRIDAY IS NOW CONSIDERED OPTIONAL.
On the other hand, I know you want your child to keep learning.
You can use those materials to keep learning going. For example, you can read "All Summer in a Day" and then compare it to the movie version (on YouTube).
You can read the "Ode to the Library." Write a "Where I'm From" poem. That's something everyone in your family can join in on!
You can talk about issues and have your child research an issue. Have them do a phone interview, if possible, to get information. They can create a Power Point or video to share with the class when we get back. (NOT REQUIRED AND NOT TO BE GRADED.)
You don't need to send me grades for anything. You are allowed to assess your own child's work, but I can't collect the grades.
On the other hand, the one-pagers were due before the schools shut down. So those should still be finished and turned in by the time we all return.
AS FOR MATH
You can have your child continue to work through the math materials I sent home. If you want to know what a reasonable schedule for math is, I typically do a lesson a day, each quiz is a day, the chapter review is two days, the chapter test from in the book is one day, and the paper test (the final test for the chapter) is one day.
Again, you don't have to do anything. Or you can help your child with everything I sent home. There are lots of good resources on the NKSD website, including Khan Academy.