3 YEAR OLD HOMEWORK

Homework for December 9-13, 2019

Theme of the week:Weather

 Students will be able to identify and describe the factors of various types of weather. Students can compare the factors of different types of weather and identify similarities and differences.

Letter of the Week: G

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 G.
  2. Students will be able to practice cutting with scissors.

Materials:

Notebook

Green paper

Scissors, glue

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to describe grass (color, texture, etc.) or if you have access to grass, have your child explore and describe it.
  2. Have your child cut the green paper in strips to make grass and glue on the notebook.
  3. Reinforce that grass begins with the letter G.
  4.  Point to the uppercase G and say it is an uppercase G. Point to the lowercase g and say it is the lowercase g.
  5. View link to review the letter G: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru0KCAS5zuY

MATH

Objective:

Children will develop 1:1 correspondence.

Material: 

See worksheet

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 G.
  2. Students will be able to practice cutting with scissors.

Materials:

Notebook

Paper

Scissors, glue

Instructions:

  1. Help your child trace their hand on a piece of paper.
  2. Have your child cut the traced hand on the paper and color/decorate it to make gloves.
  3. Have your child glue it on the notebook and talk about what gloves are for.
  4. Reinforce that gloves begin with the letter G.
  5. Point to the uppercase G and say it is an uppercase G. Point to the lowercase g and say it is the lowercase g.
  6. View the link to review the letter G: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39prtfpkRkU&t=106s

MATH AND HANDRWRITING

Objective:

Children will review number 10.

Children will develop fine motor skills by cutting.

Material:

Worksheet

Procedure:

Please have your child cut the cookies. Cut across the line on the basket with craft knife. Tape an envelope to the back of the page to catch the cookies.

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 G.
  2. Students will be able to talk about the characteristics of glass.

Materials:

Notebook

writing/drawing implements

glass

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to find and talk about the characteristics of glass.
  2. Help your child trace a glass on the notebook.
  3. Reinforce that glass begins with the letter G.
  4. Point to the uppercase G and say it is an uppercase G. Point to the lowercase g and say it is the lowercase g.
  5. View the link to review the letter G: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mwEhIs-3YU&list=PLg2DShFsSMOA5GLcN4dlfI6X7f4uIbQQl&index=5

MATH

Objective:

Children will review ordinal numbers (first, second, third, fourth, fifth ).

Material:

See worksheet

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  G.
  2. Students will be able to talk about their grandparents.

Materials:

Notebook

drawing /writing implements

Picture of grandparents

Instructions:

  1. Help your child print a picture of their grandparents and glue on the notebook or draw a picture of their grandparents.
  2. Ask your child their favorite moment with their grandparents and draw about it in their notebook. 
  3. Write down your child’s response under their drawing
  4. Reinforce that grandparent begins with the letter G.
  5. Point to the uppercase G and say it is an uppercase G. Point to the lowercase g and say it is the lowercase g.
  6. View the interactive link to review the letter G: https://www.starfall.com/h/abcs/blocks/index.php?letter=G

MATH AND FINE MOTOR

Objective:

Children will review the weather.

Children will develop cutting skills.

Material:

Worksheet

Procedure:

Please have your child cut each weather and glue the pictures in the right place.

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Theme: Weather

Objectives: 

  1. Students will be able to practice speaking in front of the class.
  2. Students will be able to identify and describe the factors of various types of weather. Students can compare the factors of different types of weather and identify similarities and differences.

Materials:  

Weather worksheet in folder

Writing and drawing implements

Instructions:

  1. Review the different types of weather with your child: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD6FRDd9Hew
  2. Ask your child what their favorite weather is and also their favorite activity to do in their favorite weather.
  3. Have them draw on the box part of the worksheet of their favorite activity during their favorite weather.
  4. Write your child’s response on the lines below the box (their favorite activity and favorite activity to do in their favorite weather)
  5. Help prepare your child for the following questions on Friday:

-What is your favorite weather?

-What do you like do to when it is______(favorite weather)?

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