Learning Resource for Week Of: March 29th
Message from Teacher Negyat:
Creating healthy dental habits is so important for young children. Visit the link below for tips for good dental hygiene.
Math / Science
I Spy Classification: First model for your child by saying “ I spy something that is round and flat” (clock) or “I spy something that has 4 legs that is smaller than a car” (dog). This activity helps your child figure out how to recognize an object’s attributes and sort objects into groups with similar attributes. Being able to group by number, shape, or measurement helps develop your child’s mathematical thinking. Grouping by color, texture, or hardness will introduce your child to scientific classification.rnrn rnrnSorting: Invite your child to help you with some household tasks that involve sorting. For example, he could help you organize clean laundry, put away dishes, or straighten toys. As you sort, continue to talk through the process with your child. For example, “all the round plates go here” or “put the white socks together in this drawer”. Use attributes like length, color, and texture to explain why things get put together.
Language / Literacy
Doctors Help by Dee Ready Learn about the special tools doctors use as they help patients with different needs.
Movement / Play
“Got My Toothpaste, Got My Brush” (Change the Lyrics to “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”)rnrnGot my toothpaste, got my brush,rnI won’t hurry, I won’t rush.rnMaking sure my teeth are clean,rnFront and back and in between.rnWhen I brush for quite a while,rnI will have a happy smile