• Hi Boys and Girls.  I hope you are enjoying our Webpage.  Lets try to keep our daily schedule.  We can start the morning with breakfast.  Remember to say "thank you" for your family and the food you are eating.   We can say the "Pledge of Allegiance"  ,  read a book and then do an activity.  Most of all have fun!!!

    Parents and Guardians, we have finished our unit study on Balls.
    As the year comes to a close we are
    going to be doing some fun summer reading and activities.

    Below are read alouds and suggested activities for some summer fun.
     (scroll to the bottom for the read alouds).
    We will be reading..

       

    A Hot Summer Clark the Shark And Then Comes Summer

    Dream You'll Be In My Garden Pete The Cat Goes to the Beach

         

    Week of Jun 1st-5th & 8th-9th

    Focus Question:  What are some fun summer activities?

    Monday: What are some activities you can use a ball?

    Tuesday:  Can you see trees from your yard?  What do they look like?

    Wednesday: What kind of clothes do you wear in the summer?

    Thursday: What foods do you eat in the summer?

    Friday:  What trips do we take in the summer? (zoo, park, amusement park)

    Monday:  What is the weather like in the summer?

    Tuesday:  Which would you prefer and why?

    Would you like to go to the beach or camping? 

     

     

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    These activities are optional.  You do not have to complete all of them.  Just try a few this week.
      Please take a photo of your child doing any of the learning activities and send them to me on Class Dojo. 
    HAVE FUN!

     

    June 1-9th
    *Many of the items in the Pre-K gift bag can be used for the activities below* 

     

    Homemade Bubbles  Chalk Numbers Watercolor Rainbow

    Pipecleaner Counting Pom Pom Sorting Magnetic Letters

     

     

    *Make homemade bubbles. You can use straws or pipecleaners to blow the bubble. 

    *Draw numbers 1-6 in their own square on the sidewalk (as pictured). Roll the foam dice and count the dots. Help your child find the matching chalk number and see if your child can jump into the number's square. 

    *Painting is a wonderful way to strengthen your child's fine motor skills, express their creativity, and practice letters, numbers, and their name. Painting a rainbow with the paint set is a fun way to practice colors. 

    *String beads or cereal onto the pipecleaners to practice counting or making patterns. 

    *Sort the pom poms with tweezers by color. Your child could sort them into an egg carton, or color circles on a piece of paper to sort them. 

    *Use the Magnetic Letters to practice their name.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  •  Outdoor Activities

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    Catching With a Scoop

    1. Invite your child to join you outside.  Give your child a small ball and a ladle or scoop.  Stand far enough apart.   Demonstrate how to hold the scoop in one hand and the ball in the other hand.

    2. Demonstrate the steps of throwing and catching the ball. To be successful, a child must toss the ball into the air in front of his/her body and then position the scoop to catch the ball.

      "Watch how I toss the ball straight into the air."

      "Remember to watch the ball."

      "Move your scoop so that you catch the ball in the scoop."

       

       

    Punting

    1. Invite your child to join you in learning how to punt. Explain that a punt is a way to kick a ball while holding it. Demonstrate how to punt the ball or balloon. Explain each step as you complete it.

      "See how I hold the ball with both hands. Now I'll bring my foot up to kick."

    2. Invite your child to hold the ball (or balloon) in both hands, straight out in front of their bodies. Talk them through the movements as they step forward on their nonkicking foot. Show them how to release the ball from their hands by simply dropping, not tossing, it.

    3. Have your child practice swinging the kicking leg forward and striking the ball with the top of the foot before the ball touches the ground. Remind your child to look at the ball when they kick it.

      "Kick the ball with your shoelaces."

      "You are holding the ball well with both hands. Now let go and kick it. You did it! Let's try it again."