• May 18 - 22

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    MONDAY, MAY 18th

    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 "The Greedy Triangle

    3. Complete this Shape Scavenger Hunt

    PARENTS: Help your child look around the house, or if the weather is pretty, take the scavenger hunt outside!  

    Your child may have trouble drawing what you have found, if so, draw it for them...while talking through what you are drawing

    4. Use play-doh to make shapes

    Use cookie cutters, roll pieces like snakes and put them together to make shapes, or use these Play-Doh Shape Mats as a guide!

     

    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:

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

    Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to referenc

    Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to referenc

    2. Follow this link and read "The Greedy Triangle

    3. Complete this Shape Scavenger Hunt

    PARENTS: Help your child look around the house, or if the weather is pretty, take the scavenger hunt outside!  

    Your child may have trouble drawing what you have found, if so, draw it for them...while talking through what you are drawing

    4. Use play-doh to make shapes

    Use cookie cutters, roll pieces like snakes and put them together to make shapes, or use these Play-Doh Shape Mats as a guide!


    TUESDAY, MAY 19th

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

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

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

    Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to referenc

    Write your child's name in the space above the line for Monday for them to referenc

    2. Follow this link and read "Last Day Blues

    3. Print and complete pages 1 - 3 of your PreK Memory Book

    Girls print this book

    Boys print this book

    PARENTS: Page 1 - If your child is unable to write their name or needs assistance, you are welcome to use the same strategy you use for the Name Tracing Sheet (ie yellow marker or highlighter, having a nearpoint model, etc)

    Page 2 - Have your child draw a picture of him/herself. Encourage them to include specific body parts - arms, legs, eyes, nose, mouth.  Also encourage them to give details - blue eyes, brown hair, favorite color shirt, etc.

    Page 3 - Allow your child to write his/her name independently.  This is your keepsake, so you want a good representation of their skills ;)


     WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th

    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 read "Bear Sees Colors"

    3. Pick one (or more) of these Indoor Scavenger Hunts to complete

    PARENTS: These scavenger hunts are a great way to bring language into your home.  Talk as you and your child search for the things on the list!

    ** Feel free to use these throughout the summer - indoors or outdoors! They will be up on the website all summer for your enjoyment! **

     

    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:

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

    Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to referenc

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

    2. Follow this link and read "Summer Fun"

    3. Complete pages 4 - 6 of your PreK Memories Book

    Page 4 - Have your child draw a picture of  your family.  Include the people and animals who live in your house.  Remember to give them details - arms, legs, eyes, mouth, hair, etc.

    Page 5 - Have your child draw with his/her favorite color.  Spell their favorite color and have him/her write the word, or write the word for them and have him/her trace it.

    Page 6 - Have your child draw a picture of Me - Mrs. Jennifer!  This one could get interesting, so I would love to see them when they are done!  Send me an email of your child's depiction of me! :)


    THURSDAY, MAY 21st

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

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

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

    Write your child's name at the top of the page for them to referenc

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

    2. Follow this link and read "Last Day Hooray!"

    3. Complete pages 7 - 9 of your PreK Memory Book

    Page 7 - Have your child draw a picture of his/her friends from school.  Take this opportunity to ask your child about his/her friends.  Label their friends on the picture (even if it doesn't look like a person)

    Page 8- Have your child draw a picture of his/her favorite book.  Be sure to write the title on the picture!  Use this opportunity to ask your child questions about the book - what is it about, what is your favorite part, etc

    Page 9 - Have your child draw a picture of what he/she wants to be when they grow up.  Encourage them to use details!  Label the picture.


    FRIDAY, MAY 22nd

    Happy Summer

     

    Parents and caregivers,

    Thank you so much for sharing your child with me this school year!  Even though the year didn't quite go as planned, we had a good time when we were together!  Thank you for allowing me to watch your child grow and learn!  I hope each of you has a good summer!!

    Love, Mrs. Jennifer