PRE-K HOMEWORK 2018-10-12T18:41:59+00:00

Homework for Oct. 15-19, 2018

Monday

Language Arts

Objective:
1. Students will be able to review the sight words: the, is, for, me
2. Students will be able to identify the title.
Materials:
Pre-decodable book 5: Is It For Me? (in the folder)

Instructions:
1. Read the title with your child. Explain what a title is and have your child point to it.
2. Review the letter sounds with the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNmh4s9un3c&list=RDzNmh4s9un3c&start_radio=1
3. Have your child sound out the CVC words on the top while pointing to the letters, then continue reading the sentence on the bottom.
4. Have your child write the sight word ‘the’ at the back. Please start your letters on the dots.
5. Please sign at the back of the book.

Handwriting

Objective:

Children will form letter or number correctly.

Material:

See Handwriting Book

 

Math

Objectives

Children will make equal groups.

Children will review the concept of more and fewer.

Materials:

10 toys

Procedures:

  1. Please help your child to line the toys in two rows, with six toys in one row and four toys to another row.
  2. Reinforce the word equal and explain that it means as many as.

Ask your child:

  • Are the number of toys in each group equal?
  • Which line has more toys? Which line has fewer?
  1. After identifying which group has more toys and which group has fewer toys, they need to make both lines of toys need to be equal.

Ask your child: what can we do make both lines equal?

  1. Guide your child to move around until they have arrange to make two rows of five.

 

Tuesday

Language Arts

Objective:
1. Students will talk about the words.
2. Students will review the sight words: the, is, for, me
Materials:
Pre-decodable book 5: Is It For Me?
Instructions:
1. Have your child read the book.
2. Help your child talk about the CVC words. (For example: The word ‘top’. You may ask, “What is a top? How does it work?” You may research online to watch a video of how it works)
3. Have your child write the sight word ‘is’ at the back. Please start on the dots.
4. Please sign at the back of the book.

Handwriting

Objective:

Children will form letter or number correctly.

Material:

See Handwriting Book

Math

Objectives:

Children will making two equal groups.

Materials:

Paper, pencil, crayon

Procedure:

  1. Please help your child draw one square. On the same paper, ask them to draw two circle.

Ask your child:

  • Are the number of square and circle are equal?
  • Which line has more? Which line has fewer?
  • To create each group of shape to be equal groups?
  1. Have your child to draw again one square. On the same paper, ask them to draw two circle.

Guide your child to crossing out one of the

 

Wednesday

Language Arts

Objective:
1. Students will be able to give a rhyming word.
2. Students will review the sight words: the, for, is, me
Materials:
Pre-decodable book 5: Is It For Me?

Instructions:
1. Have your child read the book.
2. Ask your child to say a word that rhymes with the CVC words on top.
3. Have your child write a rhyming word for each CVC word on the bottom of the page by sounding the letters out as they write it down. ( Rhyming words can be a made up word. For example: sun-mun)
4. Explain how rhyming words have the same end sound by pointing out the letters at the end of the word.
5. Have your child write the sight word ‘for’ at the back. Please start on the dots.
6. Please sign at the back of the book.

Handwriting

Objective:

Children will form letter or number correctly.

Material:

See Handwriting Book

Math

Objective:

Children will make equal groups.

Material:

Sadlier Math book page 48

 

Thursday

Language Arts

Objective:
1. The student will be able to review the sight words: the, for, is, me
2. The student will be able to identify the question mark.
Materials:
Pre-Decodable book 5: “Is It For Me?”

Instructions:
1. Read the book.
2. Ask your child to point and read the title of the book. Ask what is at the end of the title (question mark).
3. Explain what a question mark is for and why it is on the title.
4. Ask your child to say a sample of a question.
5. Have your child write the sight word ‘me’ at the back. Please start on the dots.
6. Please sign at the back of the book.

Handwriting

Objective:

Children will write their name correctly.

Materials:

Name Worksheet

Public Speaking

Topic: Habitat

Objective:
1. The student will be able to practice speaking in front of the class.
2. The student will be able to review the terms ‘most’, ‘more’, ‘few’ and ‘fewest’
Materials:
1. Base and family members from last week’s public speaking
2. Various art materials
3. Graph Worksheet (in the folder)
Instructions:
1. Help your child make a house on top of the base from last week’s public speaking.
2. You may use cardboard, paper or any stiff paper to make your walls for the house.
3.Have your child decorate the walls with windows and doors. You may make trees, a driveway and cars on the base too.
4.Please fill in the table/chart to count and compare the number of details (windows/doors/trees/cars/family members, etc.) in your house to find out the most and fewest.

5. A sample will be available for you to see.

Link to Parent Workshop slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/16yJ8BoF6WKnnc91kH2CWaF69PHEuso8f8_ZoK8F_kLs/present#slide=id.gc6f75fceb_0_65

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