Posted: October 22, 2021
Every night your child, read their books, work on a couple sight words, practices their letters and tracing their letters in their ABC book. Then pick a couple other activities.
Splash math, squiggle park, and epic books are great homework websites. Splash math (class code: GBESWG; password Kiwi) Epic Books (Class code is hnd6733 then find their name)
Speaking and listening
Read a story to your child and ask them questions. Example: What was your favorite part? What happened at the beginning/end of the story?
The class is now sign up for epic books if you are looking for books to read to your child. Student Log In (getepic.com) (Class code is hnd6733 and they find their name)
Have your child read the new books. Make sure your child in pointing to each word. If you child would like to read some new books login into epic books the code is above and below. Click on the GRL tab and they can read some A level books with assistance from you.
Student Log In (getepic.com) (Class code is hnd6733 and they find their name)
Play ABC Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36IBDpTRVNE
Work on learning letter , Rr, Ss, Tt, Uu this week (The following are some songs for the letters if your child is having trouble remember the name.)
Letter Tracing ABC book
Each night your child say the name of each letter and trace it in their ABC book. Make sure they are watching the arrows and starting at the dot. When they know most of the names of the letter’s students can start saying the letter name and sound both before they trace the letter.
Practice printing their ABC. (New sheet sent home) Make sure they are holding the dry erase marker the right way.
Level A words – I, am, at, can, go, is, like, me, see, the, to
Level A sight word song Jan Richardson's Sight Word Review | Level A | Jack Hartmann Sight Words - YouTube
Level B words – dad, he, in, it, look, mom, my, on, up, we
Level B sight word song Jan Richardson's Sight Word Review |Review Level B | Jack Hartmann Sight Words - YouTube
Working on counting:
Play counting song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR-cfDsHCGA
Draw a number line from 1 to 10 for your child.
Practice counting forwards and backwards and have your child point to the number on the number line while they are counting.
Call out a number from 1 to 10 and have your child find it on the number line. Then ask your child what comes before the number and after the number.
Fewer and More
Have your child roll two dotted dice. Say the amount on each dice and then get them to tell you which one is fewer, and which one is more.
I have assigned a couple activities on this website. SplashLearn Sign In
Class code: GBESWG Class password: picture of a Kiwi
Number 7 (this week we are working on number 7)
Subitizing (Student should be able to look at a small set and know how many)