Here is the homework for the dates listed above. I will list by day to make things easier for everyone. Hope you all are staying safe and warm!
PHONICS: Pages 117-118
HANDWRITING: Student to write 5 sentences each containing as many sight words as they can come up with.
NUMBERS: Counting objects. Have student practice addition by using up to 10 objects, forming the problem and giving the answer.
READING: Student should read their reading book at least 2 times today.
LETTERS/SOUNDS: Pages 177-178
SOCIAL STUDIES: Pages 117-118
PHONICS: Pages 119-120
HANDWRITING:Story time again. Student should write a story about their favorite time shared with a friend, at least 7 sentences. Will be used for share and tell, so make sure the student writes well enough to read their story and please have them title their story!
NUMBERS: Have your child give you the correct number of objects you ask for, at least 5 times (between 1-20). Practice the facts of 1's and 2's.
SIGHT WORDS PRACTICE
READING: Have student read their current book at least 3 times during the day. Encourage pauses at the end of sentences and excitement at the exclamation point!
PHONICS: Pages 121-122 Practice sight words.
HANDWRITING: Have student write 5 sentences using a color word in each, red, yellow, blue, green, etc...
READING: Have student read their book at least 2 times.
NUMBERS: Have student practice the number families, knowing what number belongs to what family. Such as 32, 45, 18, 13, 76, give them at least 10.
LETTERS/SOUNDS: Pages 181-182
SOCIAL STUDIES: Pages 119-120
PHONICS: Page 123-124 Sight word practice
Practice reading their story for Share and Tell.
NUMBER SKILLS: Practice time, using the hours and half hours. Also practice the names of the parts of a clock: face, minute hand, hour hand.
LETTERS/SOUNDS: Page 183-184
READING: Student should read their book at least 3 different times. Be able to fluently progress through the book with little to no hesitation.
MATH PRACTICE: Practice the facts of the numbers in the 2's and 3's. ( 1-10)
HANDWRITING: Please have the student write the alphabet in both upper and lower case letters. Watch for correct formation, Straight lines and no hurrying, please!
Here are the first 4 days, weather permitting will see you all on Friday.