Activities March 31st

Wow! Today is the last day of March! I am encouraging you to try to get outside everyday but also, please know that we are not allowed to play on the playgrounds. They are not safe right now.

Dearborn Public Schools is reminding people that during the state ordered shelter-at-home period, visitors are NOT allowed on our playground equipment or fields. Stay Home, Stay Safe. Read the memo at

March is Reading Month so let’s get lots of reading in to finish it off with lots of district staff reading for March is Reading Month. Click on each link to hear the stories.

This week we are working on the letter Kk. Did you notice that the letter K is made up of three straight lines? “Big line, little line, little line”.


Today we are learning about rhyming words. Words that rhyme, sound the same at the end. For example: cat, hat, mat, sat.

Listen to the Dr. Seuss story, The Cat in the Hat

  1. How many rhyming words did you hear in the story? Draw a picture and try to write down two rhyming words you heard.
  2. Exercise, rhyme, and freeze with Jack Hartman!

Have a great day!

Activities for March 30th


Our letter of the week is Kk!

How many things can you find in your house that begin with the letter K?


Today we’re going to talk about the math concepts of length and measuring.

  • Collect some items from around your house or backyard that you would like to measure. Toys, silverware, rocks, sticks, and pieces of paper are all examples of items you could use!
  • On a piece of paper draw a line down the middle and write “longer” on one side and “shorter” on the other.
  • Look at your items and decide which side of the paper they fit on. Are they shorter or longer?


  1. Dearborn schools is still do grab and go lunch pick up during the week, but the schedule has changed. Please check for the most up to date information.
  2. Please continue to read together for at least 20 minutes a day. Provide your child with the opportunity to point out letters and /or words they may know, as well as describing what they see in the pictures.
  3. Try to get outside and walk or play in the backyard for at least 30 minutes.

Have a great day!

It’s Time for a Friday Field Trip!

Today is a field trip day. Everyone needs to go to Houston Zoo at

While you are there check out the Chimpanzees, Elephants, Giraffes, Gorillas, Leaf Cutter Ants, and Rhinoceroses. Take a picture of your favorite and write(draw) which one is your favorite. Then tell why you liked it.

Have a great weekend!

Activities March 26th

Rise and Shine…

This is the song that we sing at school each morning. Your child may like listening to the song at home in the morning to get their day started.

Yesterday was such a beautiful day! I hope you were able to get outside and get some fresh air and sunshine. We went for a walk around our neighborhood. We also went to the park with my camera to take pictures of nature. My daughter loves art and is enjoying using the camera.

Letter G


  1. Our letter for the week is G. Look around your house for items that start with the letter G. You could look outside as well.
  2. Read together for 20 minutes.
  3. Play two letter games on

Have a great day!

Reading Time…

I am going to be posting some books that your child is familiar with from our classroom. Just click on the link and they can tell the story along with the reader…

There’s An Alligator Under My Bed

Activities March 25th

We are working on the letter G this week, yesterday you practiced writing a capital G. Today let’s practice the lowercase g. Write the lowercase g five times.

When you’re done, dance and sing along to this fun letter G song.


Today we’re going to work on some science. We’re going to make predictions (a guess) about what we think will happen, and then test our prediction. We’ll record our test in a graph so we can remember what happened!

Our science experiment today will be float or sink.

FLOAT means to stay on top of the water.

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This inner tube is floaing on top of the water.

SINK means to fall to the bottom of the water.

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These marbles are sinking to the bottom of the water.

Step 1. Collect a few things from around your house that you don’t mind getting wet. This is what I found at my house.

Step 2. Draw a table like this on a piece of paper.

Step 3. Make your predictions (guesses) about if you think that item will sink or float. Write the word or draw a picture of the item in the column.

Step 4. Fill up a container with water. You can use anything you have at your house like a bucket, a drinking glass, or the bath tub!

Step 5. Test your predictions! Put each item in the water and see if they sink or float. Were your predictions correct? Were you surprised by any of the tests?

Don’t Forget…

As always, make sure you’re reading together for at least 20 minutes and get outside and go for a walk. It’s supposed to warm up and I am excited to see some sun!

Have a great day!

How Are You Doing?

Activities for March 24th


Remember our letter of the week? It’s the letter Gg! Today we’re going to practice writing a capital G five times. When you’re done, dance and sing about the letter G with Jack Hartman!


  1. Today we’re going to work on spelling names while getting some exercise! Use the picture below to spell out the following names: your first name and then your last name

2. Read together for 20 minutes.

3. Play a board game or work on a puzzle.

Have a great day!


During this time please remember that Dearborn schools is distributing breakfast and lunch meals. Here is another resource as well. Access is providing dinner for children.

Activities for March 23rd

Our letter of the week is G, let’s sing about it together!


Today we are going to focus on counting and recognizing numbers.

  1. Click the link to play number bingo.
  2. Go on a number hunt around your house and find the numbers 0-10. They could be in a book, on a cereal box, on a toy, anywhere!
  3. Practice counting from 1-20 with this video link.

Have a great day!

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