2 1/2 YEAR OLD HOMEWORK

Homework for October 21-25, 2019

Theme: Family

This week children will talk about their own families while learning about other families and cultures.

Letter of the week: I

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.

Language Arts 

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter I.
  2. Students will communicate ideas about their ice cream preference.

Materials:

Notebook

Coloring and drawing implements

Instructions:

  1. Talk about the characteristics of ice cream with your child (cold, sweet, made of milk)
  2. Have your child draw their favorite ice cream on the cone template in the notebook and color the cone and ice cream.
  3. Reinforce that ice cream begins with the letter I.
  4. View link to review the letter I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGxaEdXOSk8

Math

Topic: Number Operations

Objective:

Students  will explore one to one correspondence by matching objects and counting the number of dots on the cards.

Materials at home: 

Numbers cards from 1- 5

Cheerios or any cereals with holes in middle

Small playdough

Spaghetti noodles (uncooked)

Instructions:

  1. Show the number card to your child. Ask to identify the number.
  2. Please have your child count the corresponding number of objects by placing the cheerios on the spaghetti noodles.

TUESDAY

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.

Language Arts

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter I.
  2. Students will practice cutting with scissors.

Materials:

Notebook

Scissors

Lined paper

glue

Instructions:

  1. Have your child cut the lines on the paper and glue into the shape of the letter I on the notebook.
  2. Reinforce that the letter I has three lines.
  3. View the link to review the letter I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_gJVJvOA3Q&t=206s

Math

Topic: Geometry

Objectives:

Students will identify the shapes

Material:

See worksheet for directions.

 

WEDNESDAY

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.

Language Arts

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter I.
  2. Students will be able to communicate ideas about an iron.

Materials:

Notebook

writing/drawing implements

iron

Instructions:

  1. Show an iron to your child or a picture from the internet.
  2. Talk about its characteristics with your child (what it is used for, color, how to be safe around it, etc.)
  3. Help your child  trace the bottom of the iron on the notebook.
  4. Reinforce that iron begins with the letter I.
  5. View the link to review the letter I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPlrmupZOvI

Math

Objective:

Students will recognize that the last number said is the total.

Students will verbally count a set of 5 objects

Students will match one to one up to 5 objects.

Materials at home:

Construction paper

Paint

Instructions:

Students will identify each number and match one to one up to 5 objects.

View link to see sample

https://d7150e30-a-62cb3a1a-s-sites.googlegroups.com/site/m4lfiles/number_dot_book.pdf?attachauth=ANoY7crv7V_2Zg8WjCbsSwJFxmsxVPumnLFnNDkFUAHNeg4xvzANrHwcu_tORYZatpKF1v4-XXbvgsEDteah93Zn7GkOUJVnSJjezRszdChrGV3NmNuPz6veZG_TbaeA34v64DEH0Lnuh5OHp5ERaE8Lc3m9Rxh3TZO6HLcmRqOYhjY6z4l7veGBTJb4WGqDHNhTMx4WZaH24CGJ2Dn8xm6eimjpHuiRKQ%3D%3D&attredirects=0

Thursday

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.

Language Arts

Objectives:

  1.  Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter I.
  2. Students will be able to measure using a standard measurement unit (inch). 

Materials:

Notebook

Objects to measure

ruler/tape measure

Instructions:

  1. Have your child look at a ruler/tape measure (or print from the internet). Discuss what it is for and show how long an inch is.
  2. Draw an inch line on the notebook. Gather objects that may have an inch in length and compare with the line drawn earlier.
  3. Enumerate some objects that are an inch in length.
  4. Reinforce that inch begins with the letter I.
  5. View the interactive link to review the letter I: https://www.starfall.com/h/abcs/blocks/index.php?letter=I

Math

Topic: Number Operations

Objective:

  1. Students  will count a set of 5 objects
  2. Students will develop one-to-one correspondence numbers 1 to 5.

Materials at home: 

See folder

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Public Speaking: Family

Objectives: 

  1. Students will be able to practice speaking in front of the class.
  2. Students will bring and talk about their family.

Materials:  

Family members

map/flag of ancestry

Music, picture book, clothing, dance, or artifacts representing country of ancestry

*If ancestry is from the U.S., your family may present about the state where they live or originally from.

Instructions:

Parents talk about their family/ culture and their presentation props with the help of their child.

You can email our class at phoenixtoddler@gmail.com for any questions and information you would like to share.