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Thursday Homework 4-23-20

 Work Time

12:00-12:10Or 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. 

التخطيط لوقت العمل ( وقت اللعب): ساعد طفلك على بناء مهارة تنظيم الوقت بوضع خطة  معهم عن لعبهم. هذا ما كان يفعله كل الطلاب كل يوم في المدرسة. هذا يساعد الأولاد على تنظيم أفكارهم. الأهل أيضا يضعون خطط دائما لتنظيم أفكارهم مثل قائمة التسوق قبل الذهاب إلى المتجر, كتابة قوائم يساعد على تنظيم اليوم….. الأولاد سوف يخبروكم ما هي خطتهم/ ماذا سيلعبون/ مع من سيلعبون/ ماذا سيستخدمون من أدوات في لعبهم. 
12:10-1:10or1 hr.Work Time: Kids play WITHOUT ELECTRONICS  Kids can use toys to pretend play, build, and create.وقت العمل :  يجب أن لا يستعمل الأولاد الإلكترونيات . يستطيع الأولاد استخدام الألعاب التي تساعدهم في  التخيل و البناء و الإبداع  
1:10-1:25or15 minClean Up:  Kids clean up the mess they have made while playing.وقت التنظيف: ينظف الأولاد الفوضى التي نتجت عن لعبهم.
1:25-1:35or5 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?”)وقت التذكر: بناء ذاكرة الأولاد و مراجعة الأحداث عن طريق جعل طفلك يعيد سرد ما قام به خلال وقت اللعب( اسال طفلك: اخبرني كيف قمت بذلك؟ أو ماذا فعلت بعد ذلك؟)
Lunch or DinnerPrepare lunch: have your child help you prepare lunch.  They can help with cooking/setting tables- whatever seems appropriate for the meal time.تجهيز وجبة الطعام: اعط الفرصة لطفلك بمساعدتك بتجهيز الغداء. الأولاد يستطيعون المساعدة بالطبخ/ تجهيز الطاولة- 

LETTER OF THE WEEK

                                                                   حرف الأسبوع 

Here is the letter R song 

هذا رابط أغنية حرف R

Our letter of the week is Rr. This letter can be tricky because the capital and lowercase look different. What are three differences you notice between the capital R and lowercase r?

Rr  حرفنا لهذا الأسبوع هو حرف

 . Rr  هذا الحرف قد يكون صعب لأن الحرف الكبير  يختلف تماما عن الحرف الصغير. اسأل طفلك عن ثلاثة فوارق بين الحرفين 

READ ALOUD – Goldilocks And The Three Bears

                                                 القصة السماعية: غولدلوكس و الدببة الثلاث

This is another one of our re-aloud books that we have read in class. Your child should be able to tell the story as they go

.هذا كتاب من الكتب التي قرأناها في الصف. يجب على طفلك أن يكون قادرا على إعادة إخبار القصة كما سمعها.

Here is a link to a read aloud

ASSIGNMENT

Today we’re going to work on some numbers! The three numbers we will focus on will be 1,2,3. First, draw three things,second collect three things,third do exercises doing different actions and doing each action three times. For example jump,hop,swim,run back and forth three times each.

اليوم سنتدرب على الأرقام! الأرقام التي سنركز عليها هي 1,2,3. أولا, اطلب من طفلك رسم ثلاثة أشياء, ثانيا اطلب من طفلك أن يجمع ثلاث أشياء, ثالثا اطلب من طفلك أن يفعل ثلاث حركات رياضية و كل حركة ثلاث مرات مثلا قفز, جري, سباحة ثلاث مرات لكل فعل. 

For the children who find this easy you can do this: 

للطلاب ذوي المستويات الأعلى : استخدم عملية الجمع و الطرح باستعمال أشياء من المنزل و الأعداد 1,2,3 

For the advanced children do addition and subtraction games using items in the house using the three numbers 123.  

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Wednesday Homework- 4-22-20

Wednesday-

WorkTime

12:00-12:10Or 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. 

التخطيط لوقت العمل ( وقت اللعب): ساعد طفلك على بناء مهارة تنظيم الوقت بوضع خطة  معهم عن لعبهم. هذا ما كان يفعله كل الطلاب كل يوم في المدرسة. هذا يساعد الأولاد على تنظيم أفكارهم. الأهل أيضا يضعون خطط دائما لتنظيم أفكارهم مثل قائمة التسوق قبل الذهاب إلى المتجر, كتابة قوائم يساعد على تنظيم اليوم….. الأولاد سوف يخبروكم ما هي خطتهم/ ماذا سيلعبون/ مع من سيلعبون/ ماذا سيستخدمون من أدوات في لعبهم. 
12:10-1:10or1 hr.Work Time: Kids play WITHOUT ELECTRONICS  Kids can use toys to pretend play, build, and create.وقت العمل :  يجب أن لا يستعمل الأولاد الإلكترونيات . يستطيع الأولاد استخدام الألعاب التي تساعدهم في  التخيل و البناء و الإبداع  
1:10-1:25or15 minClean Up:  Kids clean up the mess they have made while playing.وقت التنظيف: ينظف الأولاد الفوضى التي نتجت عن لعبهم.
1:25-1:35or5 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?”)وقت التذكر: بناء ذاكرة الأولاد و مراجعة الأحداث عن طريق جعل طفلك يعيد سرد ما قام به خلال وقت اللعب( اسال طفلك: اخبرني كيف قمت بذلك؟ أو ماذا فعلت بعد ذلك؟)
Lunch or DinnerPrepare lunch: have your child help you prepare lunch.  They can help with cooking/setting tables- whatever seems appropriate for the meal time.تجهيز وجبة الطعام: اعط الفرصة لطفلك بمساعدتك بتجهيز الغداء. الأولاد يستطيعون المساعدة بالطبخ/ تجهيز الطاولة- 

HOMELINKS

A HOMELINK is a chance to practice specific activities that we are focusing on in school.  We ask that you and your family complete the activities together.  

This week our learning focuses will be: the letter Qq, #0-10.

يعتبر (Home link)

حلقة التواصل مع الاهالي فرصة للتدرب على النشاطات المحددة  التي تعلمناها في المدرسة. نطلب من الاهالي إكمال و مراجعة هذه النشاطات مع الاولاد. هذا الأسبوع سنركز على 

Trace the letter Qq and discuss the pictures that start with Qq.  



Count the items in the box and touch the correct  number of objects. 

عد الأشياء في كل سطر ثم المس أو ضع يدك على العدد الموافق لهذه  الأشياء 

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Tuesday Homework 4-21-20

Tuesday

 Work Time

12:00-12:10Or 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. التخطيط لوقت العمل ( وقت اللعب): ساعد طفلك على بناء مهارة تنظيم الوقت بوضع خطة  معهم عن لعبهم. هذا ما كان يفعله كل الطلاب كل يوم في المدرسة. هذا يساعد الأولاد على تنظيم أفكارهم. الأهل أيضا يضعون خطط دائما لتنظيم أفكارهم مثل قائمة التسوق قبل الذهاب إلى المتجر, كتابة القوائم تساعد على تنظيم اليوم….. الأولاد سوف يخبروكم ما هي خطتهم/ ماذا سيلعبون/ مع من سيلعبون/ ماذا سيستخدمون من أدوات في لعبهم. 
12:10-1:10or1 hr.Work Time: Kids play WITHOUT ELECTRONICS  Kids can use toys to pretend play, build, and create.وقت العمل :  يجب أن لا يستعمل الأولاد الإلكترونيات . يستطيع الأولاد استخدام الألعاب التي تساعدهم في  التخيل و البناء و الإبداع  
1:10-1:25or15 minClean Up:  Kids clean up the mess they have made while playing.وقت التنظيف: ينظف الأولاد الفوضى التي نتجت عن لعبهم.
1:25-1:35or5 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?”)وقت التذكر: بناء ذاكرة الأولاد و مراجعة الأحداث عن طريق جعل طفلك يعيد سرد ما قام به خلال وقت اللعب( اسال طفلك: اخبرني كيف قمت بذلك؟ أو ماذا فعلت بعد ذلك؟)
Lunch or DinnerPrepare lunch: have your child help you prepare lunch.  They can help with cooking/setting tables- whatever seems appropriate for the meal time.تجهيز وجبة الطعام: اعط الفرصة لطفلك بمساعدتك بتجهيز الغداء. الأولاد يستطيعون المساعدة بالطبخ/ تجهيز الطاولة- 

LETTER OF THE WEEK

                                                             حرف الأسبوع  

Here is the letter Q song 

هذا رابط أغنية حرف Q

Our letter of the week is Qq. This letter can be tricky because the capital and lowercase look different. What are three differences you notice between the capital Q and lowercase q?

حرفنا لهذا الأسبوع هو حرف Q. هذا الحرف قد يكون صعب لأن الحرف الكبير Q  يختلف تماما عن الحرف الصغير q. اسأل طفلك عن ثلاثة فوارق بين الحرفين qQ

READ ALOUD – OWL BABIES

                                                               القصة السماعية: صغار البوم  

This is another one of our re-aloud books that we have read in class. Your child should be able to tell the story as they go.

Here is a link to a read aloud

هذا كتاب من الكتب التي قرأناها في الصف. يجب على طفلك أن يكون قادرا على إعادة إخبار القصة كما سمعها.

ASSIGNMENT

                                                                        الوظيفة 

Today we’re going to work on some shapes! The three shapes we will look for are square, triangle, and rectangle.

First, draw or mark out an area for your child to place items/toys like this:

اليوم سوف نتدرب على الأشكال! الأشكال الثلاثة و هي المربع و المثلث و المستطيل. 

في البداية ارسم أو حدد الأشكال الثلاثة على الأرض و ورقة كبيرة أو ممر المشاة خارج المنزل كما في المثال التالي:

This example is tape on the floor, but you could draw the shapes on paper or use sidewalk chalk on the driveway as well!

الهدف هو أن يبحث الطفل عن أشياء مربعة و مثلثة و مستطيلة و يضعها في الشكل المناسب المرسوم على الأرض , إذا اختار الطفل شيء كبير أو ثقيل فيرسمه في مكانه. بعد ذلك دع الطفل يسمي الأشياء و يعد الأضلاع. من الممكن للطفل أن يضع الأشكال بالترتيب الذي يختاره 

The goal is for your child to go around the house and collect items that are squares, rectangles, and triangles. They can draw pictures if the items are too large or heavy (ex. A door or tv). When they find the items have them say the name and count the sides.

“These blocks are squares. They have 1,2,3,4 sides!”

As they find the shapes and count the sides, have your child place the item in the corresponding shape mat you made like this:

For the children who find this easy you can do this: 

Add more shapes and discuss lines and angles of the shapes.

للطلاب ذوي مستويات متقدمة: أضف أشكال مختلفة أكثر و تكلم عن عدد الأضلاع و الزوايا لكل شكل.

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Our Office Hours

If you have concerns or questions or we need to talk to each other here are the times we are availabe. Also these are the times we will respond to emails.

DayOffice hours answering and responding to  emails and doing phone calls as  needed
Monday1:00-3:00
Tuesday1:00-3:00
Wednesday1:00-3:00
Thursday1:00-3:00

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Think About Numbers, And Go On A House Number Hunt

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Today We Will Exercise With a Book

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Exercise on Zoom Thursday at 1:30pm

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Survey Please Fill Out Today

Can you please fill this survey for our class? The other survey was for the whole school so ignore it. This will be your homework for tonight.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1hUK38WSYcxfWpzlT4gmjaWn_ZaZuyIq_Yrx9ul-c-IM/edit?ts=5e95c36d

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Math 4-14-20

Around the house
Name objects around you.
Describe their shape, size,
materials, are they heavy,
light, soft, long, short. Make a
drawing of your favorite.

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Movement Monday From Our OT

Balloon Games and Activities

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Build gross motor, eye-hand coordination, and crossing over the midline with completing these balloon activities.

  • Keep the balloon in the air using both hands or only one hand at a time.
  • Balance the balloon on your hand or long-handled spoon while walking around the room.
  • Keep the balloon in the air by hitting it with your foot, knee, elbow, or head.
  • Hit the balloon up and turn in a circle before hitting it again.
  • Keep the balloon in the air by blowing it up.
  • Hit the balloon up. See how many times you can clap before hitting the balloon again.
  • Keep two balloons in the air at the same time.
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Keep it Moving and Don’t Let it Drop

Perfect for indoors for one or more children.  Keep the balloon in the air and don’t let it touch the ground.  See how long you can keep it in the air without it touching the group.  Be sure to have adequate space and free from fragile items and tripping hazards.

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Balloon Tennis

Clear a large space, free from tripping hazards and breakables.  Blow up a balloon, use long-handled spoons as tennis racquets and play a game of indoor tennis.  Hit the balloon back and forth using the long-handled spoons, not letting it touch the ground.

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Balloon Waddle Races

This is perfect game to play outdoors with two or more kids.  Place a balloon between their knees and race to the finish line without dropping or bursting their balloon.

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Balloon and Spoon Race

This is a great game for two or more kids.  It is much like the traditional egg and spoon race, but instead use long-handled spoons and balloons.  Balance the balloon on the spoon and be the first to make it to the finish line.  If it drops to the ground or bursts, they return to the start and try again.  If playing outside, you can fill the balloon with water!    

8 Fun Water Balloon Games You Can Prepare in Less Than 10 Minutes
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Food Distributions

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Take care of yourself and your family! No posts or homework for next week it’s spring break.

Here is our OT’s Iblog subscribe for great resources.


https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/lillyl/

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We’re going on a field trip today. After going on the field trip, discuss what you saw and how it made you feel. The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with amazing videos, activities, and games. Enjoy the tour! https://kids.sandiegozoo.org/

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Updated post with more pictures of students working at home. Any new pictures will be added to this post.

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4-1-20 Check your emails for the individual learning. Also here is our favorite ABC song dance and sing together and discuss the letters after the song. https://youtu.be/36IBDpTRVNE

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3-31-20 Check your emails for the individual learning. Also here is a video about the importance of fine motors. https://youtu.be/MD86MGSBd8w

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3-30-20 Thank you amazing parents for taking the time to work with your child at home. Some of the pictures of work sent back to the teachers. Tonight’s homework is to discuss each picture and have the child tell you what they think their classmate is doing or what they made or drew on the picture. Try to have your child use complete sentences. For example “Ali, what do you see happening in this picture?” Ali ,”I see Dena running “or “I see Dena exercising.” Keep asking open ended questions. “An open-ended question is a question that cannot be answered with a “yes” or “no” response, or with a static response. Open-ended questions are phrased as a statement which requires a response. The response can be compared to information that is already known to the questioner.”

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Reminders

Some ideas and information  from our social worker. This is your homework for the rest of the week. Also watch your email for individual homework.

Here are some resources and activities that might help with students that feel overwhelmed and anxious.

 Box Breathing Techniques:

1. Sit comfortably in a chair with both feet flat on the ground

2. Slowly exhale all the air you can

3. Slowly inhale for a count of 4

4. Hold your breath for a count of 4

5. Exhale for a count of 4

6. Hold your breath for a count of 4

7. Repeat these steps until you are ready to stop

Box Breathing Techniques:

1. Sit comfortably in a chair with both feet flat on the ground

2. Slowly exhale all the air you can

3. Slowly inhale for a count of 4

4. Hold your breath for a count of 4

5. Exhale for a count of 4

6. Hold your breath for a count of 4

7. Repeat these steps until you are ready to stop Box Breathing Techniques:

10.Make plans for the future, when this has passed (because it will pass):

a. What friends will you want to meet up with?

b. Where would you want to go?

c. What is something you want to try that you haven’t done yet?

11.Listen to music:

a. Where were you when you first heard the song?

b. What does it mean to you?

c. Do you know the words? If so, sing along!!

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/creative-development/201802/5-mindfulness-apps-children

Basic Prevention Tips 

  1.  Stay at home if you are sick
  2. Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow when coughing and or sneezing
  3. Wash your hands with warm soapy water frequently for at least 20 seconds
  4. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  5. Remember social distance
  6. Call first for medical assistance if you have concerns.

Keep active and I hope to see you back in school soon.

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3-25-20

3-25-20

Some ideas and information  from our social worker. This is your homework for the rest of the week. Also watch your email for individual homework.

 Here are some resources and guidance that you might find helpful while we are not in school.  

Here are some suggestions that you might helpful as we all deal with the change of routine.

Please remember to stay CALM!! Your children are going to take the lead from you.  If you are calm, they will be calm.

Keep a routine going.  Students need structure.  It provides security and purpose.

Here is an example of how to do this at home.

9.00 wake up/eat breakfast/ help with dishes

9-10 go outside walk/ride a bike/

10-11 Academic Time pick one lesson work on it 

11-12 Creative Time Make a picture/playdoh/music/read a book

12-1 Lunch time Help make lunch/eat/wash any dishes used

1-2 Academic Time pick a different tasks work on it

2-3 outside time chalks/walk/park

3-4 quiet time music/rest/puzzle’s

4-5 Any tasks to be complete at home cleaning, washing dishes, laundry 

6-7 Help with dinner cook with your kids

       Eat dinner

7-8 bedtime routine washing, reading, teeth

8.30-9 bed

This is only a suggestion; changes might need to be made to meet the needs of your family and that’s okay.

Make as part of your routine for the students to help you.  Parents are busy people and there are lots of activities that need to be done that students can do to keep things going.  

Get students to cook with you.  They can measure, peel or wash items.

Laundry, folding, pairing socks, gathering all the clothes to be washed.

Taking out the trash.

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3-24-20- Check your email for individual lessons. Today’s homework is to send us a picture of you holding your family picture drawing. Here are some of the home learning pictures from students and their families. Name writing and searching and discussising green items. Thank You!

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Free Food

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Free Food

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3-23-20 Hello parents today’s homework is to use this link for students to hear stories for free. They can draw a picture in their mind while listening to the stories: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

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Our plant 3-19-20

Our homework for tonight is to tell our family what was needed to plant our lettuce. Also discuss the plant parts. Today I will continue to call the rest of the parents. It will be from a blocked number so please answer it.

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COVID 19- District Social Support Hotline

MARCH 19, 2020AMY MODICA

The Dearborn Public Schools is offering an emotional support hotline in order to provide support to students/families who are experiencing anxiety, fear, and stress in this time of crisis.

Families contacting the hotline by phone or email will recieve a follow up contact by a social worker, school counselor or psychologist.

Families can contact the hotline at:

313-827-8500 or by email at: dds@dearbornschools.org

Please call 911 in event of an emergency.

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Green

Give your child the following guidelines to collect things that are green. As items are found, check them off with a green marker!

  • Find something that grows green.
  • Find something soft that is green.
  • Find one snack item that is green.
  • Name one animal that is green.
  • Find something hard that is green.
  • Name a fruit that is green.
  • Find something you play with that is green.
  • Find something you can color with that is green.
  • Find something you can build with that is green.
  • Find something you can wear that is green. 

Take a picture of some of the things you found!

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# 1 whole group 3-16-20

Dear parents this is a hard time for everyone but we will do our best to continue the online learning,support, and care about each other. Make sure that you are aware that our young children need extra time and support especially in situations where everyone is confused and worried. Here is a link that will help you explain to your child what is happening: This will be our first lesson as as whole group https://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-coronavirus

1- After watching the video, have a discussion about it.

2-Let your child know that it’s ok to express their emotions and feelings

3-Tell your child that you love them and that Mrs. Saleh and Mrs. Sulaiman loves them too.

4- Tell them that there will not be school for 29 days as the officials have decided but that it might change.

We will be doing whole group lessons just like this one twice a week and individual lessons  based on each child’s needs twice a week. As we do that please parents continue practicing what we have been learning in the classroom:

  • First name 
  • Last name
  • Upper and lower case letters
  • Numbers 0-20
  • Shapes
  • Drawing and telling you a story about their picture
  • Problem solving 
  • Expressing our emotions and needs
  • Play together 
  • Exercise
  • Communicate and talk with your child while cooking,playing,eating,watching, and through all parts of the day 🙂 
  • Make a daily routine with your child and family and help them to follow that routine just like a school routine. Here is one from online but make it where it works for your family https://www.christinekeys.net/daily-schedule-for-a-4-year-old/
  • Reading each night for 20 minutes

We will miss you and everything will be ok and until then take care of yourself and stay healthy and safe. If you have any questions please email me@salehs3@dearbornschools.org

أعزائنا أولياء الأمور. إنه لوقت صعب يمر به الجميع و لكن سوف نبذل قصارى جهدنا  للإهتمام و المساعدة بمتابعة تعليم وإيصال المعلومات عن طريق البريد الإلكتروني لجميع الطلاب. في البداية يجب أن نكون منتبهين إلى مراعاة أن الأولاد في هذا العمر يحتاجون إلى وقت أطول و إهتمام أكثر كون جميع من حولهم يشعر بالحيرة و القلق. 

شاهدوا هذا الفيديو مع أولادكم على هذا الرباط التالي و ذلك سيساعدكم في شرح ما يحصل حولنا الآن و سيكون هذا هو درسنا الأول كمجموعة:  https://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-coronavirus

1- بعد مشاهدة الفيديو تناقشوا مع أولادكم حول ما فيه

2- شجعوا أولادكم و ادعموهم ليعبروا عن عواطفهم و مشاعرهم 

3- أخبروا أولادكم بحبكم لهم و أن معلماتهم (مس صالح و مس سليمان) يحبونهم أيضاً 

4- أخبروا أولادكم أن المدرسة ستكون مغلقة لمدة 29 يوم و لكن من الممكن  أن تتغير القرارات.

سوف نقوم بعمل دروس جماعية لمرة أو مرتين في الأسبوع و كذلك لكل طالب حسب احتياجاته مرتين في الأسبوع بالإضافة لمراجعة ما تعلموه في المدرسة ( الرجاء من الأهل مراجعة ما يلي مع أولادكم )

  • الاسم الأول 
  • الاسم الثاني 
  • الأحرف بالشكلين الكبير و الصغير
  • الأرقام من 0-20
  • الأشكال
  • رسم و قراءة كتاب و التحدث عن الصور فيه
  • كيفية حل المشاكل
  • شرح ودعم مشاعرهم واحتياجاتهم
  • اللعب مع الأولاد 
  • الرياضة و التمارين الرياضية
  • التكلم مع أولادكم في كل الأوقات وقت ( الطبخ, اللعب, الأكل, النوم……)
  • الإلتزام بروتين و جدول معين يومي و التقيد به يشابه الجدول اليومي في المدرسة. في الرابط التالي مثال على الجدول اليومي  https://www.christinekeys.net/daily-schedule-for-a-4-year-old/
  • القراءة لمدة 20 دقيقة يومياً 

أعزائنا الطلاب وأولياء الأمور سنفتقدكم  و لكن كل شيء سيكون على ما يرام.

 نتمنى لكم السلامة و الصحة لأي استفسار يمكنكم مراسلة البريد الإلكتروني salehs3@dearbornschools.org


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ABCmouse.com

Hello GSRP Families,

To help our families during the next month, ABCmouse has offered schools free home access. This is a program that reinforces the skills taught in the classroom and is enjoyable for students.

When in-school learning isn’t possible, using research-based learning resources at home can help children stay engaged, provide them valuable learning experiences, and maintain some continuity in their lives.

By visiting this link  www.abcmouse.com/redeem code

The code is: SCHOOL4638

1- enter the code

2-Creat your family account using an email and making a password

3- And your all set

If you need assistance redeeming this code or have questions, please contact the Age of Learning Customer Support team at support@aofl.com and they will be happy to help.

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Please sign up for the Cotter school’s IBlog

Dear Families, please use the link below to sign up for Cotter School’s blog. This blog contains information and messages being sent out by the principal and office. The Cotter School blog will keep you informed and up to date regarding information about the Corona Virus and the school district in regards to this situation https://cotter.dearbornschools.org/

A Message from the Principal regarding COVID-19

Dear Dearborn GSRP Families,

With the latest COVID-19 pandemic now infiltrating Michigan it is best we still to the facts and don’t pay attention to all of the “false” news on social media, but instead educate ourselves and parents regarding the science behind the virus.  Please access the Wayne County Health Department at the following URL for the most up to date information:

I also want to share the steps that we are continue to take in each of GSRP classrooms to support a healthy environment for our students.

  1. Our custodians will continue to clean and disinfect all surface areas including desks, tables, door handles, and other classroom items.
  2. We will have teachers serving the food to students during breakfast, lunch and snack. All food will be served by the teacher directly to the student for the time being.
  3. Students and staff continue to wash hands regularly throughout the day.

Good hygiene practices will help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases. Please follow these recommendations and encourage all family members to do the same.

  1. Stay home if you are sick, and advise others to do the same.
  2. Always cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue or sleeve.
  3. Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  4. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  5. Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and warm water are not available.
  6. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

The following resources were shared by the district administration team to support parents in discussing COVID-19 with their children. Please click on the links below to review these documents.

Talking to Children about COVID-19

Helping Children Cope with Stress due to the COVID-19 Outbreak

The health and safety of our students is always our first priority. We will continue to share information on the school blog as it becomes available. Additional information is also available on the district’s website.

Mrs. Modica

Amy ModicaPrincipal Cotter/Early Childhood Coordinator Dearborn Public Schools313-827-6154

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Kindergarten Roundups

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