## Literacy and Math

Today’s letter to review is Ll! Please watch the story below. Count, write down or draw (challenge…do all three) the different animals or things you hear and see throughout the story that begin with the letter Ll.

## Literacy

Today’s letter for review is Kk! Use your side walk chalk and draw something that starts with a Kk.

After listening to all of the Pigeon stories, choose one of the following activities to do in your journal:

1. Draw about your favorite pigeon story and tell me why you liked it
2. Can you make up your own story about something silly pigeon might do?
3. What would you say to pigeon if he was trying to get you to let him skip his bath, or drive the bus?

## Math

Wash out an egg carton and write the numbers 0 through 11 in the bottom of each egg spot (see picture). Then use two small objects, like pom poms, 2 fruit loops, 2 legos, etc. put them inside the egg carton and shake, shake, shake! Open the egg carton and add up the numbers where the pieces landed!

Write it on a piece of paper as you go, you can draw dots/lines to help you add as you go! You can even use coins, cereal or other object to help you add the numbers together.

Saad!

Amjad!

Hayaat!

Dunia!

Liliana!

Adam!

Sam!

Aladdin!

Tuqa!

Abdalrahman!

Khaleefa!

## Thursday, May 28th

Literacy, Science and Art

Watch the video below!

Draw a flower. Label its parts! Send me pictures!

1. Roots
2. Stem
3. Leaves
4. Flower

## Movement and Math

Today’s letter for review is Jj. Do 20 Jumping Jacks and remember to count out loud while doing them!

## Literacy

Today’s letter for review is Ii! Go outside and find and draw all the insects you see such as a fly, bee, spider, roly poly, ladybug ect. Then label your drawing with the name of each insect you drew!

## Math and Movement

Have fun counting and exercising at the same time!

## Work Time

Turn off those screens and play with some toys, color, paint… anything you can think of!

Planning Time (5 minutes): Build your child’s ability to organize their time by having them make a “plan” with you about what they would like to play with.  Children do this everyday with us at school. It helps children learn to organize their thoughts. Adults make plans all the time to organize their thoughts (shopping lists are made before going to the grocery store, to do lists are made to help plan your day etc..).

Work Time (45-60 minutes): During work time kids play WITHOUT ELECTRONICS.  Kids can use toys to pretend play, build, and create.

Clean Up (about 15 minutes):  Kids clean up the mess they have made while playing.

Recall Time (5 minutes): Build your child’s memory of events by having your child tell you what they did while they played (ask “tell me how you did that” or “what did you do next?”)

## Literacy and Math

Today’s letter for review is Hh. Below is a poem to read with your family. Count the number of uppercase H’s and lowercase h’s. Which one has more? Which one has less?

## Art

Think of you favorite Super Hero, draw a picture and write their name! Don’t forget to sent me pictures!

## Work Time

Turn off those screens and play with some toys, color, paint… anything you can think of!

Planning Time (5 minutes): Build your child’s ability to organize their time by having them make a “plan” with you about what they would like to play with.  Children do this everyday with us at school. It helps children learn to organize their thoughts. Adults make plans all the time to organize their thoughts (shopping lists are made before going to the grocery store, to do lists are made to help plan your day etc..).

Work Time (45-60 minutes): During work time kids play WITHOUT ELECTRONICS.  Kids can use toys to pretend play, build, and create.

Clean Up (about 15 minutes):  Kids clean up the mess they have made while playing.

Recall Time (5 minutes): Build your child’s memory of events by having your child tell you what they did while they played (ask “tell me how you did that” or “what did you do next?”)

## Literacy

Today’s letter for review is Gg! Watch/read the book below! Talk throughout this story. It does not have a lot of words so you can tell your own version!

## Science, Math and Movement

Finally some nice weather!! Below is an scavenger hunt! Write down how many you find of each item either in your yard or on a walk!

Nature Scavenger Hunt

## Literacy and Social Studies

Today’s letter for review is Ff. Below is a fun virtual field trip to a fire station! Watch it, write down and draw two or three things that you see or hear that start with the letter Ff.

## Math

Continue working on your mom and dad phone numbers! Also, practicing 911 and knowing when to use it is a must! Below is a video on fire safety!