Pre-K Learning Guide
Phase 2- Hybrid
Preparing You and Your Child
- parents won't be coming into the school, they will be a big boy/ girl and go in with their teacher
- they have to wear their mask all day to keep themselves and others safe
- they have to stay at their seat and can't hug/ high five/ etc their friends or teachers
The following students have become Great Grapes which means they know all of the grape letters: M, m, O, o, B, b, E, e, and T, t. Great job Ja'Mya, Ariah, Kelsi, Paul, and Kaylee!
The following students have become Outrageous Oranges which means they know all of the orange letters: A, a, J, j, I, i, P, p, and S, s. Great job Ja'Mya, Ariah, , Paul, and Kaylee!
Chocolate Chip Champs!
The following students have become Chocolate Chip Champs which means they can recognize all of the numbers from 0- 10. Great job Paul, and Kaylee!
This schedule is for days when your child is at school.
This is our schedule for Wednesdays. Everyone is home on Wednesdays.
This is the schedule for when your child is at home completing asynchronous learning.
Week at a Glance
- the letters I, i and S, s
- counting syllables in words
- reading the book: Would You Like to Fly?
- position words like: up, down, over, under, in, out, on, off, beside, between, in front of, behind
- counting to 20
- the number 1
What to Bring to School
- a book bag (if you need one we have some that were donated last year, just let us know)
- a water bottle with water (students won't be allowed to use the water fountains
- a snack for your child
- their iPad and charger
- all of their work folders: red, yellow, green, and blue
At home days
We are in the Blue folder this week
- ABC 10/28 (2 sheets with S's to find and dot)
- either their Popsicle sticks or their pipe cleaners
- Math 10/28
- ABC Mouse
- Related Arts
- 2 Seesaws
- independent reading and writing
Daily Choice Time Options
In addition to having your child complete the daily choice time activities consider having them choose from these activities:
- Read a book/ books
- draw, color, or write
- play a game together/ with siblings
- play outside or dance inside
- play with play-doh
- build or make something
- play with toys
- have a snack
Let's try to give the kids a break from the screens. (P.S.- your child can always show me what they are working on by adding it to their journal in seesaw, I love seeing their work)