• May 11 - 15

  • MONDAY, MAY 11th

     

    ** Today we will be reading BENTLEY's favorite book, "Power Rangers"! **

     

    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 and read, 

    3. Design your own Power Rangers Mask

    PARENTS: Cut out the mask for your child

    ** Color your mask and add a string or popsicle stick **

    4. Use these Power Rangers pictures for a fun game of memory!

    PARENTS: Cut out the pictures and place them face down on a surface. For each turn, turn over 2 pictures looking for a match.  Once you find a match, take those pictures out of the game.

    5. Power Rangers have to be in good shape.  Here is a great Spell Your Name Workout Activity

    Have fun with this activity!  Do the moves that coorelate with the letters of your first (and last...if you're feeling froggy) name!

     

    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, 

    3. Design your own Power Rangers Mask

    PARENTS: Cut out the mask for your child

    ** Color your mask and add a string or popsicle stick **

    4. Use these Power Rangers pictures for a fun game of memory!

    PARENTS: Cut out the pictures and place them face down on a surface. For each turn, turn over 2 pictures looking for a match.  Once you find a match, take those pictures out of the game.

    5. Power Rangers have to be in good shape.  Here is a great Spell Your Name Workout Activity

    Have fun with this activity!  Do the moves that coorelate with the letters of your first (and last...if you're feeling froggy) name! Do it once...do it 3 times...just get your body moving!


    TUESDAY, MAY 12th

     

    ** Today we will be reading JACOB's favorite book, "Baby Shark"!

     

    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, "Baby Shark"

    3. Use scissors to Chomp the Shark

    Do your best to follow the lines and cut through all the sharks

    PARENTS: Your child may need some hand over hand assistance when cutting.  Or, they may need some extra help holding the paper with the hand they are not using to cut.

    4. Complete this Baby Shark Number Matching Game

    PARENTS: Cut out each shark.  Help your child count the circles in the tens frames and find the cooresponding written number

    5. Use markers or crayons to complete this Baby Shark coloring page

    Remember to use different colors and give this baby shark some details!

    6. Rainy Day activity.....Play this Roll the Dice Shark Game

    Roll a dice and color in a square that matches the number on your dice.  See which number you roll the most!


     WEDNESDAY, MAY 13th

     

    ** Today we will be reading HARPER's favorite book, "Rapunzel"!

     

    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 and read, "Rapunzel"

    3. Label Rapunzel

    PARENTS: Cut out the label words and help your child label Rapunzel by saying each body part and asking him/her to point to that body part on Rapunzel.  Help your child glue the label in the cooresponding box.

    Extra Practice: When going through the body parts, ask your child to point to the named parts on themselves.

    4. Complete this Rapunzel cutting practice sheet

    PARENTS: Your child may need hand over hand assistance to complete this activity.  They may also need assistance holding the paper and cutting at the same time.

     

    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 and read, "Rapunzel"

    3. Complete Rapunzel's Missing Numbers

    If your child needs extra assistance with writing the numbers, use this Rapunzel's Missing Numbers with traceable numbers as an alternative

    4. Complete this Rapunzel Mini Book

    Color each picture as best you can...use different colors to give the pictures details!

    PARENTS: Attached are instructions for how to cut and fold this mini book.  

    5. Complete Rapunzel One to One Coorespondence

    Cut out the number squares on page 2.  Count the objects in each sliver of the circle and place the correct number on the sliver.

    You can also use clothes pins with the numbers 1-10 written on them and attach the correct number to the circle.

    6. Just for fun....Finish Drawing Rapunzel

    Finish drawing the other half of Rapunzel.  Color with crayons or markers.

    Email a picture of your picture to Mrs. Jennifer


     THURSDAY, MAY 15th

     

    ** Today we will be reading KAITLYN's favorite book, "My No, No, No Day!"

     

    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 "My No, No, No Day!"

    3. Use these Emotions Cards to talk about all the different emotions we feel

    PARENTS: This is a great resource for the future.  Print this page and use in future situations to describe emotions and talk through different feelings.

    4. Complete this Lower Case Letter Tracing

    5. Finish the faces in an Emotions Book

    My Emotions Book for girls

    My Emotions Book for boys

    6. Complete this Emotions Picture and Word Match

    PARENTS: Your child will need help "reading" the words in order to match the cooresponding face.

    7. Rainy Day Activity....Print and cut out these Emotions Puppets

    Cut out, color, and glue to popsicle sticks, straws, etc.

    Use them to retell a story


    FRIDAY, MAY 15th

    Fun Friday

    1. Join us at 9:30am for a fun Google Hangout!  Come see your classmates and LISTEN TO MRS. JESSICA 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