• Assignments for the Week of May 18th to May 22nd



    Focus Wall 26  


    Weekly Lesson Topic-  Trying Your Best


    SIGHT WORDS- do, went, just, down, little, only 


    This week's Read Aloud Book and Big Book from Lesson 26:


    Read Aloud Book:Curious George Makes Pancakes



    Big Book: Kitten's First Full Moon



    1. Click to listen to our Read Aloud story above. Curious George Makes Pancakes


     2. Write about: Do you like Pancakes? Why or why not?

         (EXAMPLE: I like pancakes because you can pour syrup on them.)

         (EXAMPLE of a picture to match: draw a picture of you eating pancakes.)

            FUNdations Writing Paper

    3. 5 minutes of fun ELA from our ELA page


    4. Sight words (do, went, just, down, little, only)

        Suggestions for Sight Words-

    Practice writing words, use them in a sentence, do a word hunt in your favorite book, write them on flash cards!



    1. Complete the math review sheet below

          Math Review

    1. 5-10 minutes of math movement songs from our MATH site

    2. Count out loud to a family member from 1-100

    3. Study this 2D shape chart 

             - Complete this at Shape Hunt Sheet           

                      Shape Hunt at Home                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

          5. Complete this word problem using 2 different ways to solve                      

                 Math Word Problem

    1. Complete this teen number sheet below                                                                                                                                                                   

            Teen Numbers







    1. Practice tapping out, reading, & writing CVC-e-words: (Focus on the long /u/ sound


     Practice more long vowel /u/ words here:

    Complete long vowel and short vowel u sheet below

     Long U and Short U

      Complete the silent e sheet below: