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Activity Friday, May 15, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Say: Let's read from our Bible Acts 27. God tells us in His Word, that He will be with us even in all our troubles. We are not alone. God is the best kind of help we can have.

(Collect a variety of items, wooden, plastic, metal and glass (like a marble), making sure to include some that will float and others that will sink. Find a large pan or tub and fill it three fourths of the way with water. Have your child make a prediction as to whether it will sink or float. Then try each one.)

Say: Once the ship Paul was on couldn't move in the storms, the waves pounded the back of the ship and broke up the wood. How did the passengers get to shore? (Some swam and others floated on pieces of the boat.) What do you think the boat was made of? (Wood)

Bible Verse: Be strong and courageous...God is with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

New Learning: We code digraphs by underling them. Sheep will help us remember the sound for /ee/.

Sounds Test: (Last one ;)!) We will only do the special sounds today. We will add the digraph ee. Say /ee/. Say /ch/. Parent will say the long sound for each vowel and child will write: a-e, a, e-e,e, i-e,i, o-e,o, u-e,u depending on the vowel sound the parent says. Parent will say both /oo/ sounds. Children will put a breve or macron over those depending on the sounds. Say /th/ then children will write voiced th with a line crossed through it and unvoiced, th. Children will also write sh for /sh/. For /k/ children write k,c//ck. For /kw/ children write qu.

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day). Email me if your child is having problems with any of these words. Thank you!

Get out decodable reader What Is My Pet. “Walk through” book without reading it. Discuss pictures. Save last page (ruins the ending ;) ) Go back and read book together. Then ask the questions on last page.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will learn how to do vertical subtraction. (Write a subtraction problem that is vertical.) The one line means 'equal' and you write your answer under it. Let's practice a few. You can use your pizza slice counters from yesterday to help you.

Do worksheet 29.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: white, gray, and your full name on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook.

On the front page, write about anything! Try to write 2 or more sentences. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Read Let's Find Out “High Five For Summer Safety”. Also, do the back page.

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

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Activity Thursday, May 14, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Say: Let's reread our Bible story and I'll ask you some questions after it. (Reread 'Paul Is Shipwrecked'.) What problem did Paul and the other men have while sailing to Rome? (Their ship was in a bad storm for days and days.) Who told Paul that everything would be alright? (God's angel brought a message to Paul.) What did Paul say the men should do to remain strong? (The men should eat. Paul took bread, broke it, and gave thanks to God.) How did God save all the men? (Some men swam to the island. Some men floated to shore on pieces of the broken ship. All the men were saved.) Who saved Paul and all the men? (God) Do people today still have troubles, like storms that bother them? (Yes) Who saved us from our biggest troubles—sin, death, and the devil? (Jesus)

Look at the pictures on our craft page and discuss the fears there. Cut out each picture to create a match game. Use the two sets of cards to find matching pictures. Mix them up and lay them face down. Play the game until all the cards have matches.

Bible Verse: Be strong and courageous...God is with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

Echo 'snowshoes' Change 'shoes' to 'man'. (snowman) Repeat with the following words: anyplace (anywhere), everyone (everything), grandfather (grandmother), playground (playpen), bookmark (bookworm), cowgirl (cowboy)

New Learning: We code digraphs by underling them. Sheep will help us remember the sound for /ee/.

Using letter tiles and build the following words: chip, tooth, fish, tree, duck, book. Write those in your Writer's Notebook after you have built them.

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day). Email me if your child is having problems with any of these words. Thank you!

Read Three Rich Sheep to another person and then to yourself. Then in your Writer's Notebook write the answer to this question: Where do the sheep dig?

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will subtract using objects. Find ten buttons, legos, etc. to use for this. Write down the following problems for your child: 10 – 4 = __, 8 – 2 =__, 4 – 4 =__, 7 – 3 =__. Remind them the first number tells them how many they should gather. The subtraction sign tells them to 'take away'. The next number tells them how many to take away or subtract. Do more if needed!

Do worksheet 25. Cut out the pizza slices at the bottom of the page and use those counters to help solve the problems above.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: black, pink, green on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook.

On the front page, write about anything! Try to write 2 or more sentences. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Read Let's Find Out “Busy, Busy Bees”. Also, do the back page.

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

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Activity Wednesday, May 13, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Please listen to Pastor Freeman's chapel service.

Say:The Holy Spirit used Paul to help the news about Jesus spread to many places. On this journey, Paul told the men about the angel's message and about God's care during the storm. (Discuss any storm your child may have experienced. Who took care of them or made them feel better? Pause to pray, thanking God for those who help you when you were scared.) God shared His love and hope through the people who helped us. God uses us too, in stormy times and happy times, to share His love. What are some things we do to tell others about Jesus? (Religious songs we sing that others hear, praying for others, wearing our crosses, making cards for others that remind them about Jesus and his love.) The most important thing I would want people to know is that Jesus died and rose again to take away our sins. When He died and rose again, Jesus took away the sins of the whole world. He is our lifesaver. He is our Savior.

Let's make a lifesaver out of a paper plate. Look back at yesterday's lesson stickers for inspiration. I will help you cut the hole out in the middle. Draw crosses and write “God is with you'” on your lifesaver. Don't forget to color. Let's use this prop as we sing “God is So Good” (The children should know this song.) God is so good. God is so good. God is so good, He's so good to me. (shaking plate left to right, over head, etc.) God cared for Paul, God cared for Paul. God cared for Paul, He loves you and me.

Bible Verse: Be strong and courageous...God is with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

Echo 'mad' Say 'mad' but change the /m/ to /s/, (sad) Repeat with the following words: fit (sit), kiss (miss), wiggle (jiggle), tan (man), pat (rat), kitten (mitten), hat (bat), lab (cab), base (case).

Echo these words and listen for the sound that's the same in the final position. Free, three, see. What sound do you hear in the final position? /e/ (long e). (Write the words down for your child.) What two letters do you see that might make the long e sound? (ee) We code digraphs by underlining them. You underline ee in these words.

New Learning: We code digraphs by underling them. Sheep will help us remember the sound for /ee/.

Let's code these words and you read them to me: tree, eel, green, flee

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day). Email me if your child is having problems with any of these words. Thank you!

Read Three Rich Sheep to another person and then to yourself.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will subtract using objects. Find ten buttons, legos, etc. to use for this. Write down the following problems for your child: 9 – 3 = __, 6 – 5 =__, 7 – 4 =__, 5 – 2 =__. Remind them the first number tells them how many they should gather. The subtraction sign tells them to 'take away'. The next number tells them how many to take away or subtract. Do more if needed!

Do worksheet 23. (Remind them to use the second number to find out how many to x out.)

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: brown, orange, red on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook.

On the front page, write about anything! Try to write 2 or more sentences. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Watch You Tube “How to Make a Map | Geography for Kids | Made by Red Cat Reading. Try to make a map of your own bedroom!

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

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Activity Tuesday, May 12, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Say: In our Bible story, the angel told Paul that God said all the people would be saved. And God kept His word and saved all the people. Let's hear the story again. (Reread yesterday's story.) Even though the men on the ship did not know it, Jesus was with them night and morning. He knew all their troubles. He also wanted them to know how much He loved them.

Find Activity page 6 'Go and Tell” and stickers from Lesson 34 found in the middle of the book. These two children want to watch a movie but cannot agree on which one to watch. They are having stormy troubles. Is God there for them? What could you say if you were there? The next picture show a boy in the hospital sick. Another kind of stormy problem. Is God there to help? Who could the sick boy tell about Jesus while he is in the hospital. What problem do you see in the last picture? Is God there to help? What could you do if a storm wakes you up? Stick the Bible sticker verse on the Bible and say it.

Pray: Dear Jesus, thank you for being there when I am scared and having “stormy problems”. Help me to tell others about you. Amen.

Bible Verse: Be strong and courageous...God is with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

Echo 'play'. 'Play' begins with the blend /pl/. Say play without the /p/. (lay) Do the same for the following words: place, plead, pluck, plain, pledge, plump, plate, plot, plush

New Learning: We code digraphs by underling them. Cheese will help us remember the sound for /ch/.

Get out your letter tiles. Build these words with them: chin, ship, hook, chick, brush, moon

Sounds Test: We will only do the special sounds today. We will add the digraph ch. Say /ch/. Parent will say the long sound for each vowel and child will write: a-e, a, e-e,e, i-e,i, o-e,o, u-e,u depending on the vowel sound the parent says. Parent will say both /oo/ sounds. Children will put a breve or macron over those depending on the sounds. Say /th/ then children will write voiced th with a line crossed through it and unvoiced, th. Children will also write sh for /sh/. For /k/ children write k,c//ck. For /kw/ children write qu. (I know this is a lot but it will help your child in their writing.) Thank you so much!

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day). Email me if your child is having problems with any of these words. Thank you!

Read Three Rich Sheep to another person and then to yourself.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will review how to use a number line for subtraction. Get out your number line from your folder. We will use the gray side today. (Write down the horizontal subtraction sentence, 5 - 4 =___. ) Start on the first number (5). Now from five, count back four. (Be sure to not count five.) Let's do more problems for practice. 7 - 1 =___, 10 - 5 =___, 8 - 6 =___, 9 - 5 =___. Do more if needed. Notice that we always start with the bigger number when we subtract. The first number tells us how many we have. And the second number tells us how many to take away.

Do Number Line Subtraction, both sides. You will have to draw your own “bumps” today.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: blue, yellow, purple on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook.

On the front page, write about anything! Try to write 2 or more sentences. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Watch You Tube “Me On the Map by Joan Sweeney” Find our state.

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

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Activity Monday, May 11, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Say: Find page 5 in your workbook. Look at the picture. In Bible times, big ships like this carried cargo, probably grain like wheat or barley. The ship had a big sail that could go up and down. The sail caught the wind that helped the ship more forward. Big ships stopped in places called ports or harbors as they traveled from one place to another. People and goods could get on and off the boats in the ports. Stormy weather made it difficult to travel during certain months. Let's find out what happened when this ship sailed.

Read the Bible story. Was God with Paul in his troubles? (Yes.) Is God with us in all our troubles? (Yes)

God helps us in all our troubles, here at home and away from home. And if we have troubles, we can tell them all to God. That's what God wanted Paul to do and that's what God wants us to do.

Pray: Dear Jesus, thank you for going with me wherever I go. When I have troubles, help me to trust in You. Thank You for taking care of my biggest trouble, sin. Amen.

Bible Verse: Be strong and courageous...God is with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

Echo 'spot'. 'Spot' begins with the blend /sp/. Say spot without the /s/. (pot) Do the same for the following words: spool, space, speech, spin, spark, spike, spore, speak, spaghetti.

Echo these words and listen for the sound that's the same in the final position. 'such' 'branch' 'pinch' What sound do you hear in the final position? (/ch/) (Write those words down for your child.) Look at these words. What two letters do you see that might make the /ch/ sound? (ch) This is digraph ch. We code digraphs by underling them. (Have your child underline them and code the vowel with a breve.) Do the same for these words. (Write such, branch, pinch, much, lunch, rich and have your child code the words and read them to you.

New Learning: We code digraphs by underling them. Cheese will help us remember the sound for /ch/.

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day). Email me if your child is having problems with any of these words. Thank you!

Get out decodable reader Three Rich Sheep. “Walk through” book without reading it. Discuss pictures. Save last page (ruins the ending ;) ) Go back and read book together. Then ask the questions on last page.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will learn how to use a number line for subtraction. Get out your number line from your folder. We will use the gray side today. (Write down the horizontal subtraction sentence, 6 - 2 =___. ) Start on the first number (6). Now from six, count back two. (Be sure to not count six.) Let's do more problems for practice. 3 - 2 =___, 8 - 1 =___, 10 - 0 =___, 7 - 2 =___. Do more if needed. Notice that we always start with the bigger number when we subtract. The first number tells us how many we have. And the second number tells us how many to take away.

Do Number Line Subtraction, both sides.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: Capital and lowercase letters (Aa, Bb Cc, etc.) on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook.

On the front page, write about your weekend. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Read Let's Find Out “Super Sea Turtle”. Also, do the back page. Remember you can clap the words to find out how many syllables there are.

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

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Activity Friday, May 8, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Say: God worked in the hearts of the people in Jerusalem. God works in our hearts too. Let's get our Bible and read Acts 2. The Holy Spirit uses this tool of God's Word to work in our hearts. He works in your heart to help you feel sorry when you have done something wrong. The Holy Spirit gives you faith in your heart that Jesus died and arose again for you. The Holy Spirit helps you believe that Jesus forgives your sins. The Holy Spirit is true God and your special helper.

Find the cross sticker on Lesson 33, in the middle of your book. This cross can remind you that God is at work in you and that you can share God's love with anyone you see. Maybe someone will ask you what the cross means, and you can tell that person!

Bible Verse: Peter said to them, “Repent and be baptized...and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” Acts 2:38

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

New Learning: A vowel followed by a consonant and silent e is long: code the vowel with a macron, and cross out the silent e. These words will help us remember this: cake a-e, hose o-e, dime i-e, cube u-e, concrete e-e. Ask: What does the letter 'e' say when it is followed by a consonant? (short sound as in 'egg'.) If we add an 'e' to words, the vowel makes a long sound as in 'concrete'. Have your child help code the word concrete. (cross out the 'e' and put a macron (-) over the 'e'). Now read it. Do the same for the following words: these, here, theme

Sounds Test: We will only do the special sounds today. We will add the vowel consonant silent e sounds(v-e). Parent will say the long sound for each vowel and child will write: a-e, a, e-e,e, i-e,i, o-e,o, u-e,u depending on the vowel sound the parent says. Parent will say both /oo/ sounds. Children will put a breve or macron over those depending on the sounds. Say /th/ then children will write voiced th with a line crossed through it and unvoiced, th. Children will also write sh for /sh/. For /k/ children write k,c//ck. For /kw/ children write qu. (I know this is a lot but it will help your child in their writing.) Thank you so much!

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day).

Read any book from your book box. Retell the story, telling the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will practice more vertical addition. (Write an addition problem that is vertical and review what the signs mean.) Let's practice a few.

Find page 31 'Simply Seeds'. Use the counters and mat you cut out yesterday to help solve each problem. Be sure to match your answers with the seed below as you figure out each problem.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Make a card for your mom for Mother's Day this weekend. Fold a piece of paper in half. Color something special she loves on the front and write how much you love her on the inside. Make it the prettiest you can, so use crayons, colored pencils, or markers. Don't forget to sign it!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Watch You Tube “Mother's Day Award | Mother's Day Crafts for Kids”. See if you can get dad to help you make this! DO NOT use the glue gun by yourself! Use regular glue or get help from an adult!

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

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Activity Thursday, May 7, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Say: The Holy Spirit works in us when we hear God's Word. The Holy Spirit also gives us faith to believe in Jesus as our Savior. Let's make a craft that we can use to help us remember the good news and share it with others. Let's make a headband or “hat”. The pictures on the hat can help us remember parts of the Bible story. And if someone asks about our hats, we can tell them about Jesus. Find the “Good News” craft page. You will need some paper scissors, glue, and a stapler. Follow the directions on the page while you discuss each picture. The fiery flames appeared on the disciples that first Pentecost. The dove is a symbol for the Holy Spirit. The face of Jesus is my Savior who died on the cross for my sins and gives me a home in heaven. The church is where people of God gather to hear about Jesus and to receive God's gifts of forgiveness, life, and salvation. The Bible is God's Word. The group of children is us hearing the message of God's love in sending Jesus. The baptismal font is where we may be baptized and receive the Holy Spirit who gives us power to tell others about Jesus.

Bible Verse: Peter said to them, “Repent and be baptized...and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” Acts 2:38

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading:

Say: Echo 'stop'. 'Stop' begins with the blend /st/. Say 'stop' without the /s/. (top) Do the same for the following words: step, stay, store, stamp, stick, staple, stump, sting, stirrup

New Learning: A vowel followed by a consonant and silent e is long: code the vowel with a macron, and cross out the silent e. These words will help us remember this: cake a-e, hose o-e, dime i-e, cube u-e, concrete e-e. Ask: What does the letter 'u' say when it is followed by a consonant? (short sound as in 'us'.) If we add an 'e' to words, the vowel makes a long sound as in 'cube'. Have your child help code the word cube. (cross out the 'e' and put a macron (-) over the 'u'). Now read it. Do the same for the following words: fume, mule, use, fuse.

Using sight word list: Review reading (is, them, then, our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day).

Read any book from your book box. Retell the story, telling the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will learn how to do vertical addition. (Write an addition problem that is vertical.) The one line means 'equal' and you write your answer under it. Let's practice a few.

Find page 25 'A Full Belly' and the next page. Cut out the mat and counters to help solve the problems on page 25. Be sure to keep these for future problems this week.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: then, them, they on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook. Just write these once and then use one of the words in a sentence.

On the front page, write about another baby animal and it's mother. Be sure to use correct word for the baby. Example: kitten, pup, calf, colt, joey, etc. You may want to watch video “Baby Animal & Their Mother” again from yesterday or skip ahead to view Content's book, for ideas. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Watch You Tube “FARM ANIMALS Book for Kids | Farm Animals for Preschoolers | Children's Book Happy Cultivated

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!

 

Time

Activity Wednesday, May 6, 2020

9:00a.m.-9:30a.m

Devotion

Please listen to Pastor Freeman's chapel service.

Say: Sometimes, we call the day the Holy Spirit came the birthday of the Church. On that day, flames appeared upon the disciples . A mighty noise of wind came from heaven upon the disciples in Jerusalem. God poured out the Holy Spirit upon His people so they could tell others about Jesus. Let's sing “Happy Birthday” to the church.

The story of Pentecost reminds us that God loves all people. He wants all people to hear about Jesus. God made sure that many people in Jerusalem heard that Jesus died on the cross and arose on Easter. Use reproducible 33b as a guide to color and retell the Bible story. (Hopefully I sent this home. If not, reread Monday's lesson and retell it together.)

Bible Verse: Peter said to them, “Repent and be baptized...and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” Acts 2:38

9:30a.m.-10:00a.m.

Reading

Say: Echo 'rat'. Say it without /r/, (at). Do the same for the following words, leaving off the beginning sound: fill, drip, late, beast, boat, pin, plot.

New Learning: A vowel followed by a consonant and silent e is long: code the vowel with a macron, and cross out the silent e. These words will help us remember this: cake a-e, hose o-e, dime i-e, cube u-e, concrete e-e. Ask: What does the letter 'i' say when it is followed by a consonant? (short sound as in 'in'.) If we add an 'e' to words, the vowel makes a long sound as in 'dime'. Have your child help code the word dime. (cross out the 'e' and put a macron (-) over the 'i'). Now read it. Do the same for the following words: strike, mine, kite, five, bike, slide, nine.

Using sight word list: Introduce is, them, then. Use them each in a sentence. Review reading (our, make, six, where, look, two, zero, who, they, when, three, was, what, he, she, so, day).

Read Let's Find Out, My Rebus Reader, “Taking Care of Baby. Make and then read together, then alone. Answer questions on page 8.

10:00a.m.- 10:20a.m

Math

Say: Today you will learn how to use a number line for addition. Get out your number line from your folder. We will use the gray side today. (Write down the horizontal addition sentence, 6 + 2 =___. ) Start on the first number (6). Now from six, count up two more. (Be sure to not count six.) Let's do more problems for practice. 2 + 3 =___, 1 + 8 =___, 0 + 10 =___, 7 + 2 =___. Do more if needed.

Do Number Line Addition, both sides.

10:20a.m.-10:45a.m.

Writing

Review writing: where, was, what on the next back page of your Writer's Notebook. Just write these once and then use one of the words in a sentence.

On the front page, write about a baby animal and it's mother. Be sure to use correct word for the baby. Example: kitten, pup, calf, colt, etc. You may want to watch video from content first, for ideas. No more than 1 page a day, though :) Don't forget to make it a “Five Star Sentence”. See poster!

10:45a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Play outside if it's nice, then Lunch!

1:00p.m.-

1:30p.m.

Board Game, Puzzles, Play dough or Draw/Paint/Color, you chose!

1:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Quiet time/Rest

2:00 p.m.-2:15p.m.

Content

Watch You Tube “Baby Animals & Their Mother” SmartBrainChild Sunday

2:15 – 3:00

Have a snack and then play!