2 1/2 YEAR OLD CLASSWORK 

November 30-December 4, 2020

Theme of the week: Seasons

Students will be able to identify the four seasons and describe different events, weather changes, and clothes that we wear in each.

Letter of the Week: Q

Math: Number 6, Oval and Yellow, Ordinal Numbers, 1:1 correspondence

Monday 

Language Arts

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter Q.
  2. Students will be able to practice hand eye coordination.

Materials:

Notebook

Q-tip

paint/food coloring/stamp pad

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to describe a Q-tip (color, shape, what it is used for, etc.)
  2. Have your child dip the Q-tip on any color of paint, food coloring, stamp pad and make dots as your child traces the letter Q on the notebook.
  3. Reinforce that Q-tip begins with the letter Q.
  4. View link to review the letter Q: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=US7-1k5oHdE

Math

Objective: 

Students will identify the number 6. 

Students will develop 1:1 correspondence.

Materials:

Number 6 worksheet

Crayon 

Yellow paper

Instructions:

  1. Please help your child to count and color the farm animals
  2. Tear the yellow paper to small pieces and put the paper on top of each farm animal.
  3. Reinforce with your child how many farm animals.

Tuesday

Language Arts/ Fine Motor

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter Q.
  2. Students will be able to talk about the characteristics of a quarter (coin).

Materials:

Notebook

quarter

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to describe a quarter (color, shape, value, parts: head and tail, etc.)
  2. Have your child make a rubbing of the quarter (both head and tail side) on the notebook.
  3. Reinforce that quarter begins with the letter Q.
  4. View the link to review the letter Q: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L987a64I2cY&t=143s

Math

Objective:

  1. Students will identify the number 6. 
  2. Students will develop fine motor skills

Material:

Number six puzzle 

Scissors

Glue 

notebook

Instructions:

  1. Please have your child identify the number 6.
  2. Cut the puzzle and put it back together and glue on the notebook. 
  3. Reinforce with your child what number it is. 

 

Wednesday

Language Arts/ Fine Motor

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter Q.
  2. Students will be able to talk about their preference and make a representation of it.

Materials:

Notebook

writing/drawing implements

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child what quiet means. 
  2. Ask your child what is their favorite quiet activity and make a drawing representation of it on the notebook.
  3. Reinforce that quiet begins with the letter Q.
  4. View the link to review the letter Q: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC93kxBMcvE

Math

Objective:

 Students will identify the yellow.

Material:

worksheet

Instructions:

  1. Please have your child identify the color yellow  by looking for yellow things at home.
  2. Please have your child find at home yellow things at home. 
  3. Record your child while finding the yellow things at home using the SeeSaw app.

Directions:

  1. Go to SeeSaw.
  2. Go to Journal Tab.
  3. Tap the green round add (+) button.
  4. Tap Post to Student Journal.
  5. Click on Video.
  6. Create your post.
  7. Click on the green check mark to complete your post.
  8. Reinforce with your child what color.

Thursday

Language Arts/Fine Motor

Objectives:

  1.  Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter Q.
  2. Students will be able to identify and find the letter Q.

Materials:

Notebook

drawing /writing implements

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to circle all the letter Q in the notebook.
  2. View the interactive link to review the letter Q: https://www.starfall.com/h/abcs/blocks/index.php?letter=Q

Fine Motor

Objective: 

Students will develop fine motor skills by cutting. 

Materials needed: 

Scissors

Instructions:

1.Please help your child cut along the dotted lines on the bottom half to make blades of grass. Your child can put the tiger behin\f the grass and let him peek out from behind.

Remember to use the words open and close when cutting. 

  1. Record your child while doing his/ her cutting using the SeeSaw app.

Directions:

  1. Go to SeeSaw.
  2. Go to Journal Tab.
  3. Tap the green round add (+) button.
  4. Tap Post to Student Journal.
  5. Click on Video.
  6. Create your post.
  7. Click on the green check mark to complete your post.

Theme: Seasons

Objectives: 

  1. Students will be able to practice speaking in front of the class.
  2. Students will be able to identify the four seasons and describe different events, weather changes, and clothes that we wear in each.

Materials:  

Picture of favorite seasonal activity

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child what their favorite season is and their favorite activity related to their favorite season (fall: apple/pumpkin picking, raking leaves; winter: sledding, making a snowman, spring: planting, playing in the water puddle/rain, summer: going to the beach, etc.)
  2. Bring a picture of your child depicting his/her favorite seasonal activity.
  3. Please help your child prepare for the following questions on Friday:

-What is your favorite season?

-What do you wear during your favorite season?

-What activity do you like doing in your favorite season?

Resources

Back to School Presentation: 

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Sm2V9uf_lfpqKzIZX4RAKRx0fWBfB-6ZN3TsQh-Thzg/edit?usp=sharing

Coronavirus for kids:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DlOGKpMNs4

List of Virtual Classes:

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/03/19/nation/trying-keep-kids-engaged-while-schools-are-shut-down-here-are-some-virtual-classes-resources-jump-start-learning/

http://www.capemaycountynj.gov/1400/Virtual-Zoo-School

Zoo Trip

Take a field trip to the Miami Zoo and learn all about the animals they have there.

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