Thursday, January 17, 2021
Week of January 11-18, 2021
You will review the STAR, BALLOON, DRAIN, and PRETZEL breathing activities. Pick one to do for the day after reviewing them.
Commitment for the week: Have your child pick which commitment they would like to try for the day.
Today's Morning Message:
Little Red Hen can count to ten.
Write the message , Read the message, Move your hand under each word as you read. Have your child to identify the rhyming words. Challenge your child to name other words that rhyme with hen and ten. Write the sentence. Invite child to circle the letters he or she know and name the letters.
Review all 26 letters
Letters we have already learned and continue to work on:
Mm, Tt, Cc, Ff, Hh, Nn, Oo, Pp, Ee, Ff, Rr, Gg ,Ii, Ss, Kk, Bb, Ll, Aa, Dd, Vv, Ww, Zz, Jj, Qq, Uu, Xx,Y y
Moving and Learning
Read Little Red Hen.
- Display the book. Have child name the characters in the story. Read the first paragraph and ask child to describe the setting of the story. Encourage child to listen for other places the hen goes in the story.
- Invite child to help present the rest of the story. Encourage child to chime in when the goose, cat and dog speak.
- Ask child to list places the hen went in the story. Identify barnyard and wheelbarrow as compound words and have child review blending and segmenting the words.
- Provide examples of commitment. Ask child if the Little Red Hen was committed to her task of turning the wheat into bread.
- Ask: What was Little Red Hen's problem? How did she solve the problem?
- Little Red Hen chose not to share her bread with her friends, because they didn't help her bake the bread. Was that a fair decision? Why?
Daily Literacy Practice
- writing your name
- putting together name puzzle
- practice saying the letters and sounds Pp,Ee,Ff,Rr,Gg,Kk,Ss,Ii,Oo,Aa,Cc.Tt,Mm,Ww,Zz Hh,Nn,Bb,Ll,Dd,Vv,Jj, Qq, Uu, Xx, Yy . Find these letters all over the house and discuss the sound each time.
- Practice writing the letters (uppercase and lowercase)
See Saw Literacy -
Math and Science
- Write numbers 0-10 on an index card or piece of paper.
- Have child to put the numbers in order from 0-10.
- Have child to find a number that you call out.
- Have child practice writing the numbers 0-10 in order.