September  28-October 2, 2020

Theme for the Month Off To School

Objective : Your child would be able to understand what a problem is, brainstorm solutions, create the solution he or she thinks is best, test his/her solution and evaluate his/her solution.

Monday

Reading Comprehension

Material:  Mighty, Mighty Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker & Tom Lichtenheld Read Aloud

online story reading. link – https://youtu.be/Ty-KeJo8hko  

Activity: Listen to the story with your child and talk about the characters, count the trucks on pages and finally, find two problems, and brainstorm on the solutions.

Math

Objective:

Learn number sequence 1 -30 / 50/80

Materials: Worksheet

Phonics

Objective

Students will learn sight words, use them in sentences and read a story.

Material: Sight word worksheet

Online story reading. link – https://youtu.be/Ty-KeJo8hko  ]

Mighty, Mighty Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker & Tom Lichtenheld Read Aloud 

Activity 1: Find words that rhyme with:  hard, sky , zoom and read them.

Handwriting

Objective:

Review and write your name correctly. Copy the sentences assigned

Material:

Worksheet

Critical Thinking Skills

Objective :

Student will develop the logic, reading comprehension and mental organization skills that will help build real life problem solving Skills.

Material: 

Mind Benders Worksheet

TUESDAY

Math

Objectives:

Students will learn the difference between odd and even numbers. Understand number patterns.

Materials:

Worksheet.

Phonics

Objective :

Students will learn sight words, use them in sentences and read a story.

Material: Sight word worksheet

Online story reading. link – https://youtu.be/Ty-KeJo8hko  

Mighty, Mighty Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker & Tom Lichtenheld Read Aloud 

Activity:

Find words that rhyme with: gear, sun and eager. Read them

Handwriting

Objective:

To review and write your name correctly. Copy assigned words.

Material:

worksheet

Critical Thinking Skills

Objective : Student will develop the logic, reading comprehension and mental organization skills that will help build real life problem solving Skills.

Material :Worksheet

Wednesday

Math

Objectives: Students will understand least and greatest numbers.

Materials:  worksheet

Phonics

Objective :Students will learn sight words, use them in sentences and read a story.

Material: Sight word worksheet

Handwriting

Objective To review and write your name correctly. Copy sentences.

Materials–    worksheet

Reading Comprehension

Material:  Mighty, Mighty Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker & Tom Lichtenheld Read Aloud

Online story reading. link – https://youtu.be/Ty-KeJo8hko 

Activity

  1. Help your child understand what he/she just read.
  2. What does teamwork mean? 2. How was teamwork shown in this story?

3.Which way would you show teamwork in kindergarten class and at home?

  1. Illustrate the story –see worksheet provided

Critical Thinking Skills

Objective : Students will build critical thinking and organized analysis skills.

MaterialsCan You Find Me ? worksheet

THURSDAY

Math

Objectives: Students will learn the numbers that come before, between after the given number.

Materials:  worksheet

Public Speaking

STEAM !              

   Topic     My Family Tree

Suggested video – You tube link [Copy and paste] [1]  https://youtu.be/65IHP28bxYI       [2] https://youtu.be/OULHe0UpoCc

Objectives:

  1. Help build confidence and vocabulary.
  2. Your child will know more facts about family members and how they are related.
  3. Use creativity ideas from the story about teamwork.
  4. Discuss –
  • What makes a family?
  • How are families the same and different?
  • Where do families live?
  • How can families work as a team?

Activity:

Challenge: Make a family tree with branches and leaves using hard cardboard sheet 8 x 10-inch.

Criteria: [1] Your tree must be able stand on the table.

[2] The branches must be able to hold leaves with family pictures attached.

[3] Your leaves could either be green or fall colors.

[4] Finish your project using your STEAM challenge activity Lap book.

[5] You should be able to talk about your project in class.

Have a nice week

Ms. Patricia

Reminder:
You can email our class at kindergarten1353@gmail.com for any question and information you would like to share.