Last Week of Lessons!

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This week is the last week of lessons that I will be giving you. You are officially on summer break next week. This school year has been absolutely strange and unique. The kids have learned soo much this year. We can’t wait to see everyone one last time this Friday! Mrs. Baydoun and I want to thank you parents for supporting us with being your child’s teacher for the last 2 months. You have worked very hard and we appreciate it. Have fun with this week!!

Pigeon

Pigeon is a new character I want to introduce the kids to.We are going to have some fun this week checking out some of the different stories and doing some activities to go along with them! This week we will be doing a lot of drawing and creating! Enjoy 🙂 

Monday: Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

Listen to the story here: 

Math: Did you let the pigeon drive the bus?! I don’t think I would. I wouldn’t want him to crash. I want you to now create your own bus using boxes in your house or the cushions from your couch to make your own bus for the pigeon. What can you use for the wheels? What can you use for the steering wheel? How many wheels will it have? Will it be a long bus or a short bus? Will the bus be huge or tiny? Can’t wait to see your creations. Make sure your mom takes a picture and shares it with me.

Movement: The pigeon showed lots of different emotions in this story. What emotions did you see him show. Can you copy those emotions? Have a parent name different emotions and you try to show that emotion with your body. If your parent says, “happy” you could smile and dance around. If your parent says, “mad” you could have a mad look on your face and stomp your feet. Show those emotions and share them on the facebook page.

Tuesday: The Pigeon Wants a Puppy! 

Listen to the story here:

Math: Let’s practice being a puppy/kitten today. Have your parent tell you a number and you bark like a puppy or meow like a kitten for that number. If your mom says 10 you bark/meow 10 times, if your mom says 20 you bark/meow 20 times. Try the other way around too. Count how many times someone barks/meows and tell them the number. Have fun and try to trick each other.

Movement: Animal movement! The kids love the Animal Action song we do in school where they pretend to be different animals and move in different ways. Can you………

-hop like a bunny?

-swing like a monkey?

-slither like a snake?

-gallop like a horse?

-run like a cheetah?

Wednesday: The Pigeon Needs a Bath

Listen to the story here: 

Math/Science: Let’s blow bubbles. I want you to have fun blowing bubbles today. Try to blow big bubbles and small bubbles. Can you count how many bubbles you blow at one time

Movement: When things get dirty in your house who cleans it? I bet your mom does! Well today I want you to help your mom clean. You could wash dishes in the sink. Or unload the dishwasher. Fold towels. Or sweep the floor. Show me pictures of what you cleaned. I am sure mom will appreciate it. Moms, they may not do it perfectly but praise them for how well they do and show them how to do it if they are having a hard time.

Thursday: The Pigeon Has To Go To School

Listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_At9HpvVzWA&t=55s

You have a lot of friends! Think about your friends and family, draw a picture of them and try your best to write their names! Can you draw a picture for each of them too? 

Math/Movement: Today we are going to play follow me. Have your brother/sister/mom/dad do a motion like 5 jumping jacks and you copy them. Here are some ideas.

-Hop on one leg 3 times

-Crawl for 1 minute

-Do 4 somersaults

-Clap 15 times


Week of May 25th

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TUESDAY

Literacy: watch the story of the Very Hungry Caterpillar – if you have it at home feel free to read it! 

Link to book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75NQK-Sm1YY

After your child watches/reads the book, ask them about the foods that the caterpillar ate. Were they healthy? Unhealthy? Which foods do you think helped the caterpillar grow best? 

We will use this story more than once this week for activities! 

Math: Sorting activity: Healthy foods vs unhealthy or sometimes foods. Use a piece of paper, 2 plates, 2 sections of your table, etc. have your child look through your foods at home and have them determine if the foods they are picking are considered healthy or unhealthy. We talk a lot at school about how we need to choose more healthy foods, and that it is ok to eat unhealthy foods but only SOMETIMES. 


WEDNESDAY

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Literacy: Today have them draw a picture of me! I have included a picture in case they forget what I look like! Have your child write my name Ms. Reid, and add any other writing they want to share with me. It could be a note saying hi, a note about school, a note about what you have been doing. PLEASE send me pictures! 

Math: Reread the hungry caterpillar again today. Link to book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75NQK-Sm1YY

Help your child cut out 20 circles. Use paper, paper plates, etc. Once the circles are cut, have them write the numbers 1 through 20, with a number on each circle. Next they should put them in order from 1-20. If you have glue then glue them together into a number caterpillar! Feel free to have them add a circle for a face when they are done, make legs out of the scrap pieces of paper. Need a challenge? Have your child also put the correct number of dots on the circle with the number. Need it to be easier? Make the circles and numbers for your child and then work with them to arrange them in order. 

Example below: This is just an example, your child can be creative and use what you have!

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/c1/b1/63/c1b163c7815e69f5b550280d919538d1.jpg

Work time = open ended free play! Plan with your child, play, and reflect with your child! 1 hour, screen free play! 

Movement: Spring time dance with Jack Hartmann https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udrIY0nts-E

THURSDAY

Literacy/Science: Watch this video on the life cycle of a butterfly

After have your child design their own butterfly, they can draw one, make one out of materials around the house, etc. be creative! For an additional learning opportunity, they can write a story about their butterfly! Send me all the pictures!! I can’t wait to see what the kids come up with! 

Math: Pattern Caterpillars https://www.themailbox.com/magazines/pattern-stripsbr-2-pages/caterpillars-5696#%2F5696

IF you have a printer you could print these out, or just simply draw some caterpillars similar to these on some paper for your child. 

Start a pattern for your child, and have them finish it. You could use, fruit loops, crayons, markers, etc. A pattern should repeat. 

Example patterns: red, blue, red, blue …. 

Red, blue, blue, red, blue, blue …

Red, red, blue, blue, red, red, blue, blue …

red , blue, green, red, blue, green … 

You may also invite your child to make up their own pattern! 

Work time = open ended free play! Plan with your child, play, and reflect with your child! 1 hour, screen free play! 


Flower Power

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Spring is here! We are going to be talking about flowers and all things spring this week! 

Monday: Grow Flower Grow

Listen to the story here: 

Math: Are there flowers in your yard? On your street? In your neighborhood? Today for math I want you take your whiteboard/marker/erasers and write down how many flowers you see? How many red? How many yellow?

Movement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pT-s1-phgxs&feature=youtu.be

Today you are going to do some yoga to stretch out your bodies.

Tuesday: Grow Flower Grow

Listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLTgTnYNVn4&t=15s

Math: Use your sidewalk chalk today to draw your own garden of flowers. Make sure you take a picture and show me your beautiful gardens!

Can you draw:

5 daisies 10 tulips   15 blackeyed susan

20 bumblebees 7 trees

Movement: Nature movement! Let’s try to move like the plants and animals outside today. Can you…..

-blow like the wind -hop like a bunny

-buzz like a bumblebee -crash like thunder

-sway back and forth like a tree -fly like a bird

Wednesday: Grow Flower Grow

Listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLTgTnYNVn4&t=15s

Math/Science: Let’s blow bubbles. I want you to have fun blowing bubbles today. Try to blow big bubbles and small bubbles. Can you count how many bubbles you blow at one time? How high can your bubbles fly?

Movement: Today you are going to do flower yoga!

Thursday: 

Listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLTgTnYNVn4&t=15s

Math/Movement: Today we are going to play follow me. Have your brother/sister/mom/dad do a motion like 5 jumping jacks and you copy them. Parents you could write a number on your whiteboard and they have to do the action that many times. Here are some ideas.

-Hop on one leg 3 times -Hop on both legs 20 times

-Crawl for 1 minute -6 pushups

-Do 4 somersaults -Clap 15 times

Literacy-moms and dads you can write words for your child on the sidewalk or driveway and your child can copy the words. If they are having trouble making letters then remember to put your hand over their hand and help them with the motions. 

Parents please remember I don’t know you and your child are doing their work if you don’t communicate with me. It can be just a few pictures on remind/ or the facebook page. Or just a simple message on remind that tells me their favorite activity for the week.


Weather Week!

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This week we are going to try and combine some fun reading, math, art, and science together to learn about weather! We are going to finish up the alphabet this week, and move onto sight words next week. If your child is still working on letters, that is ok! Keep working and use the resources I gave you. Play matching games with the magnet letters, have them “go fishing” to find letters, etc. Use the workbook pages for practice, you know your child, have them work on what they need. I am here to help with ideas if you need it! 

Monday May 11th

Letter Yy 

Yy say yuh, like in Yara, Yousef, yawn, yesterday, yellow, yes, yak, yo-yo 

Capital Y, Make a small v at the top, then bring it straight down the middle. 

Lowercase y: make a small v in the middle, then bring the line down with a small curve at the end 

Practice writing Yy and finding it in your reading 

Literacy/Science: Weather video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mgK2FQVc54

Meteorologist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-yYOpgmmp8

Write and draw about the weather! Draw a picture of a sunny day and write sunny, draw a picture of a snowy day and write snow, draw a picture of a rainy day and write rain, what else can you do? Cloud, tornado, storm, wind, etc.?  https://youtu.be/uDNdN_qfCQ4

Math: Make a weather graph! This week check the weather each day and draw/write what you see. Mom or dad please help draw the lines, or if you are able to go ahead and print one. Not necessary though! Example here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAVZRsjzfZs

Movement: Penguin Yoga! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSZvMHlw9vs

Worktime: open ended free play! Plan with your child, play, and reflect with your child! 1 hour, screen free play! 

Tuesday May 12th 

Letter Zz

Zz says zzzz/zuh like zebra, zoo, zipper, zero 

Capital Z start at the top, make a straight short line from left to right, come down at an angle like in X with a / line, and then another straight short line from left to right.

Lowercase z: start in the middle, make a short straight line from left to right, come down at angle with a small straight line, and then another small line from left to right

Practice finding Zz in your reading and writing it! 

Literacy: The Wind Blew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JonvfcxSWU

Listen to the story!  Draw and write about your own windy day! 

Math: Check the weather and fill in your graph 

Science: How is a rainbow formed? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCPPLhPTAIk

Experiment: Use a strip of paper towel, and color the bottom of it like a rainbow with markers. Note: don’t use the squares I gave you those are for another upcoming activity!

Step 1: 

Step 2:  Place it in water with the colors down

Step 3: Watch what happens! 

Challenge: Do it again, but color BOTH ends of a new piece of paper towel. Stick both ends in their own cups of water and watch them race to the middle! 

Movement: Rainbow breath: this is a calming down activity! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O29e4rRMrV4

Worktime: open ended free play! Plan with your child, play, and reflect with your child! 1 hour, screen free play! 

Wednesday May13th 

Alpha Review can you write and make the sounds for letters Aa-Mm? 

Youtube video of Ms. Reid: https://youtu.be/nqWzHle3XQ4

Literacy/Science: Types of Clouds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yod3wMbFHUY 

It looked like spilt milk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxwydtV_d2E

Use the cotton balls or pieces of paper to make a cloud picture! Can you make the different kinds of clouds? Can you make your cloud look like something else? Don’t forget to write about it! 

Math: Check the weather and record it on your graph. 

Ask your parents to borrow some of their change, or dig into your piggy bank! 

  1. Sort the money! Make a pile of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. 
  2. Count the money! How many of each kind of coin do you have? 
  3. Turn it into a graph! Line them up next to each other in straight lines. What do you notice? 
  4. Make patterns using the coins! Penny, penny, dime , or quarter nickel penny, quarter nickel, penny, etc. 

Worktime: open ended free play! Plan with your child, play, and reflect with your child! 1 hour, screen free play! 

Thursday May 14th 

Alpha Review can you write and make the sounds for letters Nn-Zz?

YouTube video of Ms. Reid: https://youtu.be/Ytj-68R2CTs

Literacy: cloudy with a chance of meatballs! Listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5uXp4694sE

Draw and write about a silly kind of weather that you imagine! Will it rain tacos? Will it snow marshmallows? Be creative! If you have paper and want to make it more crafty go ahead! Send a picture when you finish! 

Math: Check the weather and record it on our graph. You may continue to graph the weather if you wish to! What are you noticing? Take a survey of your family and ask them about their favorite kind of weather. Which kind do they like the best? Which kind do they like the least? 

Movement: sing and dance along! 

It’s raining tacos! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teTtWsliAlU

Peanut Butter and Jelly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DL-_O-YbUI

Worktime: open ended free play! Plan with your child, play, and reflect with your child! 1 hour, screen free play! 


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Monday 

This week we are going to talk about shadows. We see them inside and we see them outside. They can be big and small, round and skinny. Have fun with these activities. Please remember to send me pictures for evidence of learning. I need to see that they are participating!

Letter X x

Xx says xs like in box, fox, Texas, six 

Capital X: Straight line down on an angle, go up to the top and move over, straight line down on the opposite angle. Lines should be one motion, do not let them split it into 4 parts. \ then / 

Lowercase x: Small straight line down from the middle on an angle, then back up, move over and another small straight line down at the opposite angle

Literacy: Watch the shadow book here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usvE9C1Bvn8&t=12s

We will use this story more than once this week for activities! 

Science: Now it’s your turn to try to make shadows today. You can use a lamp or the light on a cell phone onto the wall. Can you make…. 

-numbers

-shapes

-any letters

-bunny ears

-any other animals like they did in the book

Movement: I strongly encourage everyone to take the kids outside everyday, for 15-30 mins if at all possible. A simple walk around the block, a game of catch or basketball with the family, playing in the yard, coloring with chalk, blowing bubbles, etc. Please adhere to social distancing rules, but know that it is perfectly safe to be outside with your family. Fresh air is great for us all! Along with work time, getting kids moving OUTSIDE or in another manner is part of the everyday! 

Tuesday  

Letter Y y

Y says yah like yellow, yes, you, yuck

Capital Y:starts at the top, straight line down at an angle, then go straight up the opposite angle, now draw a straight line down from the bottom

Lowercase y: start at the top, straight line down at an angle, then go to the top on the right and go passed the other line until you have a tail.

Literacy: Watch the shadow book here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usvE9C1Bvn8&t=12s

Science:Today I want to do a  predicting game. When you predict you are making a guess about something. One person will pick different objects in the house like a pencil or a toy and make a shadow with it. The other person has to try to guess what the object is just from looking at the shadow and not at the object. 

Movement: Let’s do the hokey pokey today! The kids love this song! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVAnoqxKAAc

Wednesday 

Letter Zz

Watch this fun video on the z sound and how to write the letter.

Science: Today I want you to do this activity outside if it is sunny. If it isn’t then you can do this with a lamp inside. You need a couple of toys that stand up, a piece of paper and something to draw with. Put the toys on the edge of the paper and then try to trace their shadows. I can’t wait to see your creations.

Movement: You can play shadow tag with your parents or your brothers/sisters. Try to get your shadow to tag the other shadows. If you get tagged you have to freeze like a statue. Have fun and whoever is not frozen wins.

Thursday

Literacy: Today I would like your child to make their own shadow books. Put a few pages together, trace different shadows on the pages and write what the shadow is at the bottom of the page. Parents you are going to need to write what it is and then have your child copy it. Make sure you give your book a title. You could call it “My Shadow Book.”

Movement: Today you get to get outside and do a scavenger hunt. If it’s raining then go outside tomorrow and do a gonoodle song today!


Week of April 27th

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Pete the Cat is one of our absolute favorite characters! He is a cool cat who has all kinds of fun adventures! We are going to have some fun this week checking out some of the different stories and doing some activities to go along with them! This week we will be doing a lot of journal writing and drawing! Enjoy 🙂 

Monday: Pete the Cat and the 4 Groovy Buttons

Letter L

Ll says Lllll like lion, ladybug, line, love

Capital L: Start at the top, big line down, small line to the right

Lowercase l: start at the top and a big line down

Practice writing the letter L l and finding it in your reading!

Listen to the story here: 

Math: Look in your dresser for shirts or pants that have buttons on them. How many buttons do you have in all? Which thing has the most buttons? Which has the least? Write and draw about the buttons/numbers you found

Ex. My jeans had 2 buttons. My shirt had 10 buttons. I found 35 buttons! 

Movement: Practice buttoning, snapping, and zipping your shirts and pants today! Be sure to put your clothes away when you are done!

Tuesday: Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes 

Letter U u

Uu can you or uh like unicorn, underwear, umbrella, unique, unicycle, umpire 

Capital U: Start at the top, big line down, small curve around and back up to the top 

Lowercase u: start in the middle, small line down, small curve around, and back up to the middle 

Practice writing the letter Uu and finding it in your reading! 

Listen to the story here:

How to draw Pete the Cat: Watch the video, be sure to have a pencil, crayon or marker ready and a piece of paper! Draw Pete the Cat along with the video! When you are done, add your own details! What else could he step in and what color would it turn his shoes? Write about your drawing. 

Math: Count all the shoes in your house! How many are there all together? Can you sort the shoes by who they belong to? Which shoes are the biggest? Smallest? Can you line some of them up by size? Be sure to wash your hands when you are all done! 

Movement: Practice putting your shoes on all by yourself! 

Here’s a video to help! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tU4auM1-Ws

Take a walk in your shoes! Hop up and down 10 times in your shoes! Dance in your shoes! Tap your toes 20 times in your shoes! What else can you do in your shoes?

Wednesday: Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes 

Letter Vv 

Vv says vuh, like violet, violin, very, vest, van 

Capital V starts at the top, straight line down at an angle, then goes straight up the opposite angle. 

Lowercase v starts in the middle, straight line down at an angle, then goes straight up the opposite angle ending in the middle 

Practice writing the letter Vv today, and finding it in your reading.

Listen to the story here: 

After listening to the story, draw and write about what you loved about going to school! Don’t forget to add details! Maybe write about what you think kindergarten will be like!

Math: Ask mom or dad for some junk mail. Use a pencil, crayon or marker and look through the mail for numbers. When you find numbers circle them! Once you have found the numbers carefully use scissors and cut them out. Want a challenge? Draw a picture to match the number. Ex. 5 = XXXXX   3 = 000

Movement: Take some time today to practice getting dressed all by yourself! Buttons and ties can be tricky! Here is a video to help you practice.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehwqhHLJY5Y 

Thursday: Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes 

Letter Ww 

Ww says wuh, like watermelon, wiggle, Wednesday, worm, wet, weather, wind 

Capital W: start at the top, make a V then connect another V to it! Down, up, down up! 

Lowercase w: start in the middle, make a v then connect another v to it!

Listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twwz9MOEzq4

Being a chef! Just for fun video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j_sBq_GaVE

Pete has a lot of friends! Think about your friends and family, draw a picture of them and try your best to write their names! Can you draw a special cupcake for each of them too? 

Math: Be a math detective! Pete had to figure out who was eating the cupcakes, he did so by using his brain to help solve the problem! Write down the numbers 1-10 on a piece of paper. Then go on a hunt like a detective and see if you can find the numbers around the house! Check boxes and labels in the kitchen, look inside books you have, where else might you look? Want a challenge? Write down 11-20 as well and see if you can find those numbers! 

Movement: Charades 

Ask a parent, or a sibling to play a game with you. Pick a job (like teacher, baker, doctor, dentist, firefighter) or an animal (cat, dog, lion, rabbit) and act it out without making any noise. Can your mom guess who or what you are? Once the guess, it is their turn to act out, and your turn to guess! Have fun! 


Week of April 20th

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It was so nice to talk to everyone last week! Mrs. Baydoun and I are waiting patiently to be allowed to come to your houses and do a porch drop-off. Anything you requested we will be dropping off along with packets of work and some other surprises. If everyone stays home and does their part then it will be soon! I hope you continue to be safe. Starting this week I have added a schedule of “work time” which the kids are use to at school and will give you a good hour of time for them to play independently and be creative! It’s meant to give the kids something familiar for them to use in their day. If you have any questions about it please let me know. Feel free to do this during the time of day that best fits your schedules with your other children.

 Work Time

10:00-10:10Or 5 to 10 MinutesPlan for Work Time (playtime):  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..).  
Kids will tell you what they are planning to do/want to play with/how they will use toys at home. 
10:10-11:10or1 hr.Worktime/Kids play WITHOUT ELECTRONICS  Kids can use toys to pretend play, build, and create.
11:10-11:25or15 minClean Up:  Kids clean up the mess they have made while playing.
11:25-11:35or5 to 10 min Recall:  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?”)
LunchPrepare lunch: have your child help you prepare lunch.  They can help with cooking/setting table- whatever seems appropriate for the meal time.

Zoom Meetings

Sadly, because of privacy concerns we are NOT ALLOWED to use zoom for meetings anymore. We are going to use google meets, which can be done on a phone. We will put the kids into smaller groups so it will be easier to do activities with the kids. 16 kids at the same time didn’t work well! Mrs. Baydoun and I are trying to figure out the google meets so we will explain it at the end of the week.

Monday

Movement-Click on the link below for a movement activity.

https://family.gonoodle.com/activities/bear-breath

Literacy

Have the children listen to the story. Tomorrow we are going to do an activity with the book.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Math

How many animals do you have in your house? Collect all of your stuffed animals.

  1. How many animals do you have?
  2. Can you sort them by how many legs they have? No legs, 2 legs, 4 legs
  3. Can you sort them by color?

Tuesday

Movement

Can you move like the animals in the “Brown Bear, Brown Bear” book? Have your mom or dad take a video of you and share it.

Literacy

Have the children listen to the story and pick an animal to draw from the book. They can pick their favorite animal. Please post the picture on Facebook so I can see their favorite animal too.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Work on your happynumbers.com website.

Wednesday

Movement

Can you copy their moves in the video?

https://family.gonoodle.com/activities/i-can-do-that

Literacy

Today listen to the story. Tomorrow there will be an activity.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Math

Today have your child practice writing their letters and count how many letters are they able to write on their own. Will you take a picture of how many letters you can write?

Thursday

Movement

Get their bodies moving with this one!

https://family.gonoodle.com/activities/my-racing-heart

Literacy

Today after your child listens to the story. The can retell the story to someone in your house.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Math

Have your child count how many spoons, forks and knives you have in the house. Can they write that number?

Enjoy your weekend!! We will see you on Monday!


Thursday, April 16th

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Good morning. Please remember that we do NOT have a zoom meeting today because I have a meeting this afternoon.

Today I want you to have fun with this scavenger hunt. It will definitely keep them occupied for awhile.

Scavenger Hunt

Writing

I would like your child to draw a picture today. I want them to draw a picture of a pet they would love to have. It can be any pet in the world. Parents please write the name of that pet on their picture and have them copy the letters. Have them also write their name on their picture.

Our new pet Dakota!

Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the warmer weather. Get the kids outside and get some fresh air but safely away from others.


Wednesday, April 15th

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Good morning boys and girls Mrs. Baydoun and I miss you all! We hope you enjoy the activities today.

Letter K

I would like the kids to use any materials outside to make the letter K/k. Grass, sticks, stones. Go on a walk today and see if you can find out letter of the day or any other letters we have learned.

Letter K

Science

Watch this zoo tour and draw a picture of your favorite animal that you saw! Parents you can write the name of the animal for them and the kids can copy it. If your child really likes the video feel free to share some more animals with them on YouTube. There are more listed on the right side of the screen.

Math

Parents please make sure your child goes on the happynumbers.com site. It is a great way for the kids to practice math and for you to help your other children. Use this website as many times as possible every day.


Tuesday, April 14th

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Good morning boys and girls! Today you are going to do a fun scavenger hunt, go noodle and letter work.

Have fun on your scavenger hunt.

Go to GoNoodle and find this video. It’s a good video to have the kids move their bodies and get some energy out.

Lette H

After you watch this H h video see what you can find that starts with the “h” sound. Post pictures of everything you can find that starts with the Huh sound.