3 YEAR OLD HOMEWORK

Homework for January 20-24,2020

Theme of the week: Woodland Creatures

Students will be able to identify woodland creatures, talk about their characteristics and what they eat.

Letter of the Week: D

Color of the Week: Pink and Review Purple

Shapes: 3- Dimensional Shapes (sphere and cube)

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

MATH

Handwriting

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.

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LANGUAGE ARTS

Objectives:

  1. Students will identify, sound out and associate words or objects that begin with the letter D.
  2. Students will be able to strengthen their fine motor skills and hand eye coordination.

Materials:

Notebook

Q-tip

paint/food coloring

Instructions:

  1. Have your child make the letter D with dots by dipping a Q-tip with paint/food coloring and filling each dot on the letter D in the notebook.
  2. Reinforce that dots begin with the letter D.
  3. View the link to review the letter D: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqntSJGu1t0

MATH

Algebra (Sort by 3-D shapes)

Objective:

Children will review the shapes of sphere and cube.

Materials at home: 

Use snacks like captain crunch, a cube of cheese, etc.

Instructions:

Ask your child identify the 3-D shape and sort them accordingly.

HANDWRITING

Objectives:

  1. Students will use fingers to hold crayons.
  2. Students will be able to listen to oral directions to attend to simple task.
  3. Students will form the number correctly.

Materials:

See Worksheet

 

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

Materials:

Notebook

Paper, glue

scissors

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to cut paper to make a door.
  2. Have your child color and decorate their door and glue only the left side on the notebook so that it can open like a door.
  3. Reinforce that door begins with the letter D.
  4. View the link to review the letter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SizYpeJL_UE&t=72s

MATH

Wednesday

Objective:

Children will review the patterns.

Materials at home:

Clothespin or pompoms or popsicle sticks  with colors

Instructions:

Please help your child to create an ABAB pattern. Help them to identify a pattern.

Note: You may use the suggested material above.

MATH

Objectives:

  1. Students will use fingers to hold crayons.
  2. Students will be able to trace uppercase letter D.

Materials:

My First School Book page 46

Small Crayon

Slate board, small chalk, small square sponge and small paper towel

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child how many are big ducks? How many are little ducks?
  2. Ask your child which way are the duck facing? Point that way. That’s right! They swim in big curves and little curves.

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 D.
  2. Students will be able to find and identify a diamond shaped object.

Materials:

Notebook

Drawing implements

Diamond shaped object

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to find an object with a diamond shape.
  2. Help your child trace the object onto the notebook and color it.
  3. Reinforce that diamond begins with the letter D.
  4. View the interactive link to review the letter D: https://www.starfall.com/h/abcs/letter-d/?

MATH

Objectives:

Students will identify the numbers.

Material:

See Worksheet

Handwriting

Objectives:

  1. Students will use fingers to hold crayons.
  2. Students will be able to trace uppercase letter D.

Materials:

My First School Book page 47

Small Crayon

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child Do you know D words? D names? D sounds?
  2. View the link for the video of wet-dry-try method for letter D.
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfXoTCzSkM4&list=PL1D-A-8XK9b_b4weh9f5rXlRam6cSqqEV&index=7
  4. Please have your child do the method on wet-dry-try method on the slate board.  (say directions: Big Line Down, frog jump , big curve to the bottom) and trace the letter D.

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Theme: Woodland Creatures

Objectives: 

  1. Students will be able to practice speaking in front of the class.
  2. Students will be able to identify woodland creatures, talk about their characteristics and what they eat.

Materials:  

Brown paper bag

Various materials

Instructions:

  1. Ask your child to pick a woodland creature/animal to learn about.
  2. Help your child conduct a research about the animal they picked.
  3. Have your child make a puppet representation of the animal that they picked using the brown paper bag.
  4. Help your child prepare for the following questions on Friday:

-What animal did you make?

-What do they eat?

-What part of the woods do they live?

-Describe a distinct characteristic of the animal you picked. (ex: owls are nocturnal, rabbits litter can go up to 14, etc.)

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