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  • MONDAY, MAY 4th

    ** Today we will be reading CONLEY's favorite book, "If You Give a Dog a Donut"! **

     

    3 YEAR OLD ACTIVITIES

    1. Practice saying and spelling your child's name 

    (write or print out his/her name so they can see the letters as you say them)

    2. Follow this link to listen to and read, "If You Give a Dog a Donut"

    3. Design your own donuts by coloring this page

    PARENTS: Your child may need some hand over hand assistance with coloring.

    ** To help with appropriate crayon grasp, break your crayons in half before giving them to your child (don't let them see you break them) **

    If we were doing this activity in the classroom, I would be looking for attention to task and completion.  I would be working to expand attention span and time that each child stay engaged in the task. 

    4. Work on vocabulary and labeling when completing this Word Match

    PARENTS: You may have to use hand over hand assistance when drawing the lines from object to word.

    Talk about each object.  Label each object.  Discuss details.

    5. Here are a few activities for a rainy day....

    If You Give a Dog a Donut Memory Game

    Cut out each square.  Spread them out on a surface with picture side down.  You and your child take turns flipping over 2 pictures at a time to find matches.

    If You Give a Dog a Donut Number Puzzle

    Cut out each square.  Have your child put the numbers in order to make the donut picture.

     

    ** Follow this link to give your brain a break and get some wiggles out..... "Dancing Robot" ** 

     

    4 YEAR OLD ACTIVITIES

    1. Trace or write your name on the Name Tracing Sheet

    ** If your child needs assistance with writing his/her name, you can: 

    1. Print your child's name in a light colored (yellow) marker or highlighter and have your child trace their name

    2. Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to reference

    3. Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to reference

    2. Follow this link to listen to and read, "If You Give a Dog a Donut"

    3. Complete this If You Give a Dog a Donut Sequencing Activity

    Cut out the pictures on the second page and glue them in the order that the events happened in the book.  

    Refer back to the video of  "If You Give a Dog a Donut" if you need to!

    4. Complete this If You Give a Dog a Donut Number Puzzle

    Cut out each square.  Put the numbers in order to make a donut picture.

    Save the pieces and complete this puzzle over and over OR glue the pieces on an additional sheet of paper if you'd like.

    PARENTS: Your child may need help cutting out the squares.  Use hand over hand assistance with the scissors if needed.

    5. Design a Donut

    Use crayons or markers to design your own donuts!  Be creative...and use details!

    6. Activity for a rainy day.... If You Give a Dog a Donut Memory Game

    Cut out each square.  Spread them out on a surface with picture side down.  You and your child take turns flipping over 2 pictures at a time to find matches.

     

    ** Follow this link to give your brain a break and get some wiggles out..... "Dancing Robot" **


    TUESDAY, MAY 5th

    ** Today we will be reading LUKE's favorite book, "Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late" 

     

    1. Trace or write your name on the Name Tracing Sheet

    ** If your child needs assistance with writing his/her name, you can: 

    1. Print your child's name in a light colored (yellow) marker or highlighter and have your child trace their name

    2. Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to reference

    3. Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to reference

    2. Follow this link to listen to and read, "Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late"

    3. Complete this Pigeon Number Tracing Activity

    Trace each number as best you can.

    If you are able, write each number by yourself next to the traceable number.

    PARENTS: Your child may need hand over hand assistance tracing some of these numbers.

    4. Enjoy this Pigeon Counting Game

    ** Directions at bottom of the paper **  Have fun!!

    5. Bonus Activities:

    Pigeon Coloring Page Color the pigeon and give him details by using different colors

    If you're feeling artistic, I'd love to see your own drawing of the pigeon!  Follow these guided drawing directions to draw pigeon by yourself!  Don't forget to email me a picture of your picture!!

     

    ** Use this class favorite as a movement/brain break to get some wiggles out!  Shake Your Sillies Out **


    WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th

    ** Today we will be reading KATE's favorite book, "Elsa's Gift"

     

    3 YEAR OLD ACTIVITIES

    1. Practice saying and spelling your child's name 

    (write or print out his/her name so they can see the letters as you say them)

    2. Follow this link to listen to and read, "Elsa's Gift"

    3. Build An Olaf

    PARENTS: You will need to cut out the pieces of Olaf for your child

    Arrange the pieces in any way you choose to build Olaf!  Use the pieces again and again to make him different, OR glue the pieces down on a piece of paper for one time use.

    4. Complete this Frozen Vertical and Horizontal Line Practice activity 

    PARENTS: Your child may need hand over hand assistance with this activity

     

    ** Follow this link for a great brain break to get some wiggles out! Frozen 2: Make Your Move **

     

    4 YEAR OLD ACTIVITIES

    1. Trace or write your name on the Name Tracing Sheet

    ** If your child needs assistance with writing his/her name, you can: 

    1. Print your child's name in a light colored (yellow) marker or highlighter and have your child trace their name

    2. Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to reference

    3. Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to reference

    2. Follow this link to listen to and read, "Elsa's Gift"

    3. Build An Olaf

    PARENTS: Your child may need help cutting out the pieces of Olaf

    Arrange the pieces in any way you choose to build Olaf!  Use the pieces again and again to make him different, OR glue the pieces down on a piece of paper for one time use.

    4. Complete this Frozen Alphabet Tracing activity

    PARENTS: Make a game out of it by calling out a letter and having your child find that letter and trace it.

    Extra challenge: Once your child has finished tracing each letter, have he/she use it as a near-point model to write the letters independently

    5. Complete this Counting Snowflakes activity

    Cut out the snowflakes and glue the correct number of snowflakes in each box

     

    ** Follow this link for a great brain break to get some wiggles out! Frozen 2: Make Your Move **


    THURSDAY, MAY 7th

     

    ** Today we will be reading CLAIRE's favorite book, "Poke-A-Dot Wheels on the Bus Wild Safari"

     

    1. Trace or write your name on the Name Tracing Sheet

    ** If your child needs assistance with writing his/her name, you can: 

    1. Print your child's name in a light colored (yellow) marker or highlighter and have your child trace their name

    2. Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to reference

    3. Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to reference

    2. Follow this link to listen to and read, "Poke-A-Dot Wheels on the Bus Wild Safari"

    3. Complete this Safari Alphabet Maze by drawing a line from one letter to the next

    Start at A and draw a line to B, then draw a line to the next letter in the alphabet, and then the next, and so on until you've reached the lion!

    4. Complete this Safari Counting activity

    Count the animals and circle or stamp the correct number

    5. Use this page to draw a picture of your favorite safari animal.

    ** Give your animal details **

    PARENTS: Help your child sound out and spell the name of their favorite safari animal OR write the name of the animal in yellow marker or highlighter and have your child trace the word.

     

    ** Follow this link for a fun brain break and movement activity! "I Can Move My Body Like...." **


     FRIDAY, MAY 8th

     

    Fun Friday!

     

    1. Join us at 9:30am for a fun Google Hangout!  Come see your classmates and LISTEN TO MRS. TONYA READ HER FAVORITE BOOK!!

    ** PARENTS: Follow this link to join our Google Hangout call at 9:30 am!

    2. Trace or write your name on the Name Tracing Sheet

    ** If your child needs assistance with writing his/her name, you can: 

    1. Print your child's name in a light colored (yellow) marker or highlighter and have your child trace their name

    2. Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to reference

    3. Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to reference