• Thursday May 21, 2020

    Schedule

Hello Song

LITERACY ACTIVITIES

Read Aloud "Tiny T-Rex and the Impossible Hug"

What was the problem in the story? How did Tiny help solve the problem? Did he make a plan? What was his plan to help solve the problem?

  • Target What am I supposed to learn today?

    I can identify the letters "Qq", "Uu" and "Zz" 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 "Qq", "Uu" and "Zz."

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

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Daily Phonics Lesson

MATH ACTIVITIES

  • target What am I supposed to learn today?

    I can count to twelve (or higher) and back down to zero.

    why Why am I learning this?

    Knowing how to count helps me to recognize numbers and supports my development of other number skills. It helps me to know that the last counting word tells me "how many."

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

    Count to twelve (or higher) and back down to zero.

    success I will know I have learned to count to twelve (or higher) and back down when:  I correctly count to twelve (or higher) and back down to zero. 

  • Math Lesson: Moves to Count! Forward and Back

    1. Remind your child of playing Moves to Count! Explain that this time, they will pretend to be in an elevator. "We'll start on the ground floor. That will be floor zero. We will ride the elevator all the way to the twelfth floor! Once we reach the twelfth floor, the elevator will take us back down to floor zero on the ground floor. You can help me count as we go."

    2. Have your child start in a squatting position close to the floor and slowly rise to a standing position as the numbers increase. Say, "Here we go. Everybody on! We're leaving floor zero." As the floor numbers increase, have your child count with you as they slowly move into a standing position until the elevator reaches the twelfth floor.

    3. Have your child slowly count backward from twelve to zero as they slowly lower themselves back into a squatting position.

    4. Repeat the process for as long as time and interest allow. Increase the number of floors visited, as appropriate, up to the twentieth floor. Your child will end with their arms stretched high above their head as they reach floor twenty.