3 YEAR OLD HOMEWORK 

May 31st-June 4th-Theme: Showing Kindness

How can parent encourage their children to show kindness and develop habits that can last a lifetime? Below are some ideas.

  1. You will get more of what you focus onPay attention to whether you are noticing the faults of others or their acts of kindness. Adjust your focus to align with the values you want to teach.
  2. Model acts of kindness, help all those you can. When you notice others, who seem to be behaving in a hurtful way, take a breath and wish them well instead of judging them.
  3. Create a “Ways to be Helpful” book. Take photos of the kind acts you see in your family and school (holding a door open, cleaning your space, making grandma a get-well card, doing chores). Bind them in a book for meaningful reading.
  4. Record acts of kindness. Take turns being the “kindness recorder.” For every act of kindness, you see or experience, put a heart in a basket or an artificial flower in a pot. Share some of the kind acts at dinner or bedtime.
  5. Play kindness charades. Family members can act out the kindness they have received from others. The observers can try to guess who the helpful person was.
  6. Write notes of kindness. As you express your appreciation to others, be specific about what they did and how it helped you. Leave letters around the house, on pillows, in lunchboxes, and in the car.

Using hands on material creating various projects, reading and comprehension, and visuals.

We will also review Letter K, and sounds.

Math: We will continue with number recognition, 1-30, more-than, less than, patterns, and 3 dimensional shapes.

Phonics: Continue to develop early reading skills

Reading Comprehension: Story Telling. Below are the steps to post your child’s reading homework assignments.

  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.

Monday

Language Arts

Language:

Math

Math:

Handwriting

Objectives: Letter O

1.Students will use fingers to hold crayons. 

2.Students will be able to listen to oral directions to attend simple tasks.

1.Students will identify the letters in their name.

  1. Students will form or match the letters on their name correctly. 

Materials:

See Worksheet- Practice tracing over name, using the correct format. Watch video

Instructions:

 2. Please have your child do the wet-dry-try method on the slate board.  (say directions: Big line down, Frog jump, Big line slide down, and Big line up and trace the letter  J

Resources:

Reading

Tuesday

Language Arts

Language:

Objective: Develop Speech. This activity will help your child develop his/her language in the area of pronunciation

After reading the story, come up with your own questions, not more than 3-4. Record your questions and child answers on seasaw.

Math

Math:

3 dimensional shapes

Class is divided into 2 groups: Please see your child’s folder for material and instructions and SeeSaw assignments.

Handwriting

Objectives: Letter K

1.Students will use fingers to hold crayons. 

2.Students will be able to listen to oral directions to attend simple tasks.

1.Students will identify the letters in their name.

  1. Students will form or match the letters on their name correctly. 

Materials:

See Worksheet- Practice tracing over name, using the correct format. Watch video

Instructions:

 2. Please have your child do the wet-dry-try method on the slate board.  (say directions: Big line down, Frog jump, Big line slide down, and Big line up and trace the letter  J

Reading and Comprehension:

Reading and Comprehension:

Please listen to  the story with your child and answer the following questions on seesaw

Book: The Key keep Lost His Keys

What did Kate fly?

Who did Kate fell on?

What did the Kitten do?

Where did the kid go?

What did kindergarten have?

What did the key keeper lost?

Directions: Posting your children answers

  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.

Wednesday

Language Arts

Language:

Objective: Develop Speech. This activity will help your child develop his/her language in the area of pronunciation

After reading the story, come up with your own questions, not more than 3-4. Record your questions and child answers on seasaw.

Math

Math:

Objective: Number Recognition. Each group has their own homework, please see seesaw assignment.

Handwriting

Objectives: Letter O

1.Students will use fingers to hold crayons. 

2.Students will be able to listen to oral directions to attend simple tasks.

1.Students will identify the letters in their name.

  1. Students will form or match the letters on their name correctly. 

Materials:

See Worksheet- Practice tracing over name, using the correct format. Watch video

Instructions:

 2. Please have your child do the wet-dry-try method on the slate board.  (say directions: Big line down, Frog jump, Big line slide down, and Big line up and trace the letter  J

Reading

Objectives: Review Letter K and its sound.

List words that starts with letter J. Post on SeeSaw

  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.

Thursday

Math

Public Speaking: Gift Of Kindness

Students will be creating their own Gift Of  Kindness 

Image result for act of kindness tree

Objective: Practicing speaking in a group and speech development.

Students will create a gift ( necklace, a drawing,) for one of their classmate. They should be able to come in front the class and present their gift of kindness, describe  their gift, say who they picked, and how their friend make them feel.

Handwriting

Reading

Pick a book from Epic

Public Speaking

Public Speaking

Objection:

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

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