We have worked so hard this year on so many skills- routine, independence, fine motor, alphabet, writing, reading, math, etc.- In the coming weeks it is important that you set time aside for that learning to remain and grow.
If you are interested I do have math and literacy materials that I would like to deliver to your home. I will not come into your home, but simply deliver to your front door. Email or call 313-827-6819 me and I will confirm a time for delivery.
I will be posting on my blog engaging activities for your child to complete.
I will also add links within the blog that you can access to allow for additional information.
I ask that when your child completes an activity, that you post or send it to me via my email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) or blog so that I can record and recognize your child’s work.
Last week I was fortunate to have had parent/teacher conferences with some of our families. Please continue to work on what was suggested at the conference. For those that I did not get a chance to see, please have your child write his/her first and last name everyday. Make that a ticket for them to receive their breakfast or snack 🙂
Depending on how many school age children you have, sending a daily routine schedule for you to follow may be difficult. Instead I would recommend that you have your child:
Work on a specific skill- 10 min. in the morning and 10 min. in the afternoon
Engage and guide your child in online learning.
Go outside for at least 20 to 30 minutes.
Read to self, or to someone, or read to the child for 10 minutes
Eat Fruit and Vegetables