PRE-K HOMEWORK 2018-04-14T15:25:05+00:00

Pre-K Homework 

Week of the Young Child: View link to see this week’s schedule https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Sf3F1BH1QHivwLGw5xi3c44fWArn1kHXlTrssf3eN7w/edit?usp=sharing

Monday

Reading

Objective:

  1. Students will describe the pictures on each page.
  2. Students will be able to read and spell the sight word ‘here’.

Materials:

Pre-decodable book 26: Here I Am

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uB0E7MAt-V7kluw2AaU-gHKiH8c999iKXL7_IsXlvWI/present#slide=id.gc6f80d1ff_0_0

Instructions:

    1. Have your child read the title. Ask your child to predict what the story would be about based on the title.
    2. Read the author’s name. Ask your child what an author does.
    3. Have your child describe the pictures on each page.
    4. Review the sight word of the week ‘here’ (link is on the last page of the slideshow)
  • Please help your child review for the spelling test on Friday. The spelling words are: the, and, is, in, on, a, see, at, I, can, have, go, she, you, was, with, up, down, he, had, we, me, look, come, play, like, here.

Math

Objective: Students will review numbers on ten frames.

Materials: worksheet in folder

Instructions:

  1. View the video to review ten frames: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnsKoxbMbD4
  2. Remind your child that the first complete set of ten frame is the 1 on (for example) the number 13.
  3. Complete the ten frames to match the number on the worksheet.

Language Arts

Language Arts

Objective: Students will learn the difference between long and short A sound.

Materials: Letter A worksheet

Instructions:

  1. View the link to review the long and short vowel sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEbaEXf6BqM.
  2. Circle the correct sound of each picture.

Handwriting

Objective: Students will review uppercase letter formation.

Materials: Letters and Numbers for Me page 38

Instructions:

  1. Start on the dot. Copy the words.

Please practice the spelling words for the spelling bee with your child.

Tuesday

Reading

Objective:

  1. Students will talk about the character.
  2. Students will spell and read the sight word ‘here’.

Materials:

Pre-decodable book 26: Here I Am

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uB0E7MAt-V7kluw2AaU-gHKiH8c999iKXL7_IsXlvWI/present#slide=id.gc6f80d1ff_0_0

Instructions:

  1. Have your child name the characters in the book. Ask him/her to describe each.
  2. Review the sight word of the week ‘here’ with the link found on the last page of the slideshow.
  3. Please help your child review for the spelling test on Friday. The spelling words are: the, and, is, in, on, a, see, at, I, have, can, go, she, you, was, with, up, down, he, had, we, me, look, come, play, like, here.

Math

Objective: Students will review counting by tens.

Materials: worksheet in folder

Instructions:

  1. View the video to review counting by tens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gmEe0-_ex8
  2. Remind your child that counting by tens have numbers that end with 0.
  3. Complete the missing numbers on the worksheet.

Language Arts

Objective: Students will review the long and short E sound.

Materials:

Letter E worksheet

Instructions:

  1. View the link to review long and short vowel sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TjcT7Gto3U
  2. Circle the correct sound of each picture.

Handwriting

Objective: Students will review uppercase letter formation.

Materials: Letters and Numbers for Me page 39

Instructions:

  1. Start on the dot. Copy the letters.

Please practice the spelling words for the spelling bee with your child.

Wednesday

Reading

Objective:

  1. The student will be able to remember the sequence of the story.
  2. Students will be able to read and spell the sight word ‘here’

Materials:

Pre-decodable book 26: Here I Am

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uB0E7MAt-V7kluw2AaU-gHKiH8c999iKXL7_IsXlvWI/present#slide=id.gc6f80d1ff_0_0

Instructions:

  1. Help your child retell the story in sequence by asking: What happened first? Next? Last?
  2. Review the sight word of the week ‘here’ with the link found on the last page of the slideshow.
  3. Please help your child review for the spelling test on Friday. The spelling words are: the, and, is, in, on, a, see, at, I, have, can, go, she, you, was, with, up, down, he, had, we, me, look, come, play, like, here.

Math

Objective: Students will review identifying coins.

Materials:  

Worksheet in the folder

Instructions:  

  1. View the link to review identification of coins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnXJGNo08v0
  2. Hands on: Grab a handful of coins and sort by kind.
  3. Worksheet: Color the coins by kind.

Language Arts

Objective: Students will review the long vowel sounds.

Materials:

Long vowel worksheet

Instructions:

  1. View the link to review the long and short vowel sounds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4AsPGnRjNg&t=58s
  2. Circle the correct sound of each picture.

Handwriting

Objective: Students will review lowercase letters.

Materials: Letters and Numbers for Me book page 47

Instructions:

  1. Read and copy the words.

Please practice the spelling words for the spelling bee with your child.

Thursday

Reading

Objective:

  1. The student will be able to make a connection with the story.
  2. The student will be able to read and spell the word ‘here’.

Materials:

Pre-decodable book 26: Here I Am

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1uB0E7MAt-V7kluw2AaU-gHKiH8c999iKXL7_IsXlvWI/present#slide=id.gc6f80d1ff_0_0

Instructions:

  1. Help your child make a connection with the story by asking your child where his/her favorite place is and what he/she likes doing there.
  2. Review the sight word of the week ‘here’ with the link found on the last page of the slideshow.
  3. Please help your child review for the spelling test on Friday. The spelling words are: the, and, is, in, on, a, see, at, I, can, have, go, she, you, was, with, up, down, he, had, we, me, look, come, play, like, here.

Math

Objective: Students will review telling time by the hour.

Materials: worksheet in the folder

Instructions:

  1. View the link to review telling time by the hour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6tJAy_7AL4&t=69s
  2. Hands On: Review the types of clocks with your child (analog and digital). Ask him/her to find you an example of each clock.
  3. Worksheet: Tell the time and write the analog time.

Language Arts

Objective: Students will identify the long vowel sounds.

Materials:

Long vowel worksheet in the folder

Instructions:

  1. Circle the pictures that have the long vowel sounds.

Handwriting

Objective: Students will review lowercase letter formation.

Materials: Letters and Numbers for Me page 51

Instructions:

  1. Read and copy the sentence.

Please practice the spelling words for the spelling bee with your child.

Public Speaking

Theme: International Day

We are celebrating  the Week of the Young Child this whole week. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

Objective:

  1. The students will be able to practice public speaking.
  2. The students will be introduced to the many cultures that make up our school community.

No need to record videos.

Materials:

Various materials of your choice

Instructions:

  1. Wear a traditional clothing(or any shirt/team sport shirt that represents the country of origin) and/or bring an item that represents your child’s ethnic background or country of origin. The item can be: picture book and music CD in your own language; musical instrument, toy, etc.
  2. Prepare to describe and discuss (simple background/history) the clothing and/or item your child brought.
  3. Parents and guardians are welcome to talk about, perform a song/dance, show a video, read a cultural book etc. Please inform the Pre-K teachers to schedule a time if interested.

Link to the Discussion from the Parent Workshop:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fk4r897Cs0N4n6FTGcj2PmpaEpYAz7RGNd3Yjls0S60/preview?usp=sharing

Link to The Language of Handwriting without Tears (words we say when we write the letters)

http://www.mooreschools.com/cms/lib/OK01000367/Centricity/Domain/2310/The%20Language%20of%20Handwriting%20without%20Tears.pdf

Reminder:
You can email our class at prekclass1353@gmail.com for any question and information you would like to share.