• Tuesday May 12, 2020

    Schedule

Hello Song

LITERACY ACTIVITIES

Read Aloud "Grumpy Monkey"

What changes happen in the book? Have you had any changes? How can you help a friend or family member who is feeling grumpy?

  • Target What am I supposed to learn today?

    I can identify the letters "Gg" and "Ee" and the say the sounds they make.

    why Why am I learning this?

    Identifying letter names and sounds will give me the skills I need to learn how to sound out words and learn to read.

    should At the end of this lesson I should be able to:

    Identify the letter names and sounds of the uppercase and lowercase "Gg" and "Ee."

    success I will know I have learned to identify the letter names and sounds when:    I see the letter "Gg" and the letter "Ee" and can correctly state their names and sounds.

  • Literacy Lesson: Review Letter "Gg" and Letter "Ee"

    1. Here are a couple of ways to review the name, sounds, and letter formations of the letters "Gg" and "Ee."

    Catch the Alphabet. Fill up your tub or sink and put a few drops of blue food coloring into the water. Use a net (a funnel or strainer works great as well) to catch bath letters. Once you catch a letter, say the letter name and sound that letter makes.

     

     

     

     

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Daily Phonics Lesson

MATH ACTIVITIES

  • target What am I supposed to learn today?

    I can connect number words to the quantities they represent and count down from ten to one.

    why Why am I learning this?

    Connecting number words to the quantities they represent will help me to learn number names and identify the numbers in writing and it will help me to identify numbers in a number line going forward and backward.

    should At the end of this lesson I should be able to:

    Count from ten backward to one and show the number with my fingers.

    success I will know I have learned to connect number words to the quantities they represent and count down from ten to one when:  I sing the song "Alice the Farmer" and can count down from ten to one and show the corresponding number with my fingers.

  • Math Lesson: "Alice the Farmer"

    1. Remind your child that Alice the Farmer needs help planting her seeds. To help her, your child will sing a song to the tune of "Alice the Camel." Here are the words and actions:

     

    Alice the farmer has ten seeds. (Hold up ten fingers.)

    Alice the farmer has ten seeds.

    Alice the farmer has ten seeds.

    So plant, Alice, plant!

     

    Boom, boom, boom! (Wiggle on down.)

     

    Alice the farmer has nine seeds. (Hold up nine fingers.)

    Alice the farmer has nine seeds.

    Alice the farmer has nine seeds.

    So plant, Alice, plant!

    Boom, boom, boom! (Wiggle on down.)

     

    Continue, counting backward to one.

     

    For no seeds, say:

    Alice the farmer has no seeds.

    Alice the farmer has no seeds.

    Alice the farmer has no seeds.

    Now grow, seeds, grow!

    Boom, boom, boom! (Wiggle on down.)