3 YEAR OLD HOMEWORK 2018-10-12T21:20:44+00:00

3 YEAR OLD HOMEWORK

   October 15-19, 2018

MONDAY

READING

Objective: The student will be able to learn how books work and develop concepts about print and comprehension.

Materials: Any books at home, reading log ( found in the Homework Folder)

Instructions:

  1. Read any book from home.
  2. Ask questions that will help your child describe the pictures in the book.
  3. Write the name of the book on the reading log.

MATH

Objective:

The child will count the homes and characters in the story ,The Three Little Pigs.
The child will identify the shapes which form the three homes.
Materials: Story found in the Homework Book
Instructions:
1. Listen to the story The Three Little Pigs
2. Color the three pigs. Count the three pigs.
3. Count the three homes and color the three homes (red for the triangle part of the house, orange for the square part of the house, and brown for the rectangle part of the house) and identify the shapes.

LANGUAGE ARTS

Objective: The child will listen to the story The Three Little Pigs
Materials: The Three Little Pigs Story, Homework Book
Instructions:
1.Your child will listen to the story of the Three Little Pigs.
2. Identify the events that happened 1st,2nd, and 3rd.
3. Glue the events in order
4. Reread the story

TUESDAY

READING

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to learn how books work & develop concepts about print and comprehension.

Material: Any book at home, reading log.

Instructions:

  1. Read any book at home.
  2. Ask questions that will help your child to identify any of the community helpers.
  3. Write the name of the book on the reading log.

MATH

Objective: The children will identify Big and Little, and count 3 dots
Materials: Homework Book
Instructions:
On the page you’ll find a ladybug.
Glue 3 big dots on one wing
Glue three little dots on the other wing.
Count the big dots then count the little dots
Ask the child how many big dots are there? How many little dots are there? Count the dots again.

LANGUAGE ARTS

Objective: The child will identify Letter L and Letter L object
Materials: Letter L (Lizard ) in the Handwriting book
Instructions:
1.Your child will color the Letter L.
2. The child will glue the additional pieces onto the Letter L.
3. The child will identify the animal that starts with the Letter L

WEDNESDAY

READING

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to learn how books work & develop concepts about print and comprehension.

Material: Any book at home, reading log.

Instructions:

  1. Read any book at home.
  2. Ask questions that will help your child to identify any of the community helpers.
  3. Write the name of the book on the reading log.

MATH

Objective: The child will identify the shapes
Materials: Homework book
Instructions:
Your child will identify the shapes on the homework page
The child will count the shapes.
Your child will circle the shape that has three sides.
The child will color the three shapes.

LANGUAGE ARTS

Objective: The child will listen to the story, Llama, llama Red Pajama and exhibit comprehension
Materials: Letter L( llama shape) in the homework book
Instructions:
1.Your child will listen to the story Llama, Llama Red Pajama
2. Ask your child,” Who is the story about, and what is happening in the story?, Ask how was the problem fixed?
3. Have your child color the Letter L (Llama)

THURSDAY

READING

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to learn how books work & develop concepts about print and comprehension.

Material: Any book at home, reading log.

Instructions:

  1. Read any book at home.
  2. Ask questions that will help your child to identify any of the community helpers.
  3. Write the name of the book on the reading log.

MATH

Objective: To Understand the concept of sorting
Materials: shape cut outs provided, homework book
Instructions:
Have your child identify the shapes provided
Your child will place all the like shapes together
Glue the triangles in the triangle shape, the squares in the square and the rectangle in the rectangle shape.
Have your child identify each shape.

LANGUAGE ARTS

Objective: To sing the three song and review shapes
Materials: Ms. Tracy’s Number 3 song (you tube: little Story Bug.com) and the Shape video ( you tube: little Story Bug.com)
Instructions:
Go on you tube and type Ms. Tracy’s number3 song and the shape video from the Little Story Bug.com site.
Listen to the song first. Play the second time and assist your child in singing the song.
The most important part: Have Fun!!!!!!

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Shapes in our Community and Home

Objective:

  1. The student will be able to practice speaking in front of the class.
  2. The student will search for shapes within the home (refrigerator is a rectangle shape)

Instructions:

  1. Bring in a picture or draw a picture of an object which resembles a shape.
  2. The child will name the object, say the shape it represents.
  3. Your child will also count the sides of the shape.

Reminder:
You can email our class at threeyearoldclass1353@gmail.com for any question and information you would like to share.