Home Learning November 3rd

Posted: November 3, 2021

Home Learning November 3rd



Continue reading to your child or have them listen to a story on https://www.storylineonline.net

Have your child read their books that they have at home. Make sure they are pointing to each word as they say them. 


Play ABC Song: What do the Letters Say https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0iYz8c9gKg

Work on learning letter Ll 

Letter L song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4YvWb0WMRQ

Have students practice printing letter Ll on the L sheet that I sent home in the home learning package (please send the completed sheet back to school with your child when we return to school).

Draw a picture of something that starts with Ll. 

Review letters by playing a couple squiggle park games in the ABC world.  

Unity WebGL Player | Squiggle Park 


Rainbow Writing

Have your child rainbow write their name.  They could also choose a couple of their sight words that they would like to rainbow write. We have done rainbow writing before when they were practicing their numbers.  If they forget what it means they can watch this video; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xh-DYWh1HI  (It doesn’t have to be the colors in the rainbow. They can use any colors they want).

Sight words  

Practice the words in their word wallet. If they have difficulty with a particular word, go to youtube and Jan Richardson and Jack Hartmann have a song for each word.

Song for the word “to” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OScbLnssF9I

Level A words – a, 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 

If your child knows all the level A words, they can begin level B.

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 


Write the numbers 1- 10 on sticky notes and have someone hide them around the house. Go collect the sticky notes, then put the numbers in order.


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.  

Splash Math: you can continue to explore splash math

Visit: https://www.splashlearn.com/signin OR Download: SplashLearn iPad app (Steps to follow are on Monday’s Math plan).