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Volume 20

April 26, 2021

Teacher Nicole and Teacher Bahiya

Volume 20
Week of  April 26-30

     Resource:  The Seattle Public Library is slowly opening up some libraries for limited in-building services. The Seattle Public Library will be offering limited services inside the Beacon Hill, Lake City and Southwest Branches, starting April 27, 2021. Buildings will operate at 25% capacity for 90 minute time blocks on Tuesdays through Saturdays from noon to 6 p.m. A limited number of computers with internet access will be available for you to use with a two-hour usage limit per day. You may also print, scan or copy up to 10 free black and white pages per day to pick up inside open buildings.

For more information, please visit: Seattle Public Library: In-Building Services

 

 

Resource: Check out Tools of the Mind Website (TOTM)

https://vc.toolsathome.org/playful-giraffe-5397

I texted you the password for the website.

Art / Writing

Chalk Walk: Grab your chalk take a walk! On your walk, you can draw pictures or write words. For example, practice your name or a family members name

Social Emotional

Encourage your child to be independent with self-help skills such as picking out own clothes, dressing themselves, brushing own teeth, and cleaning up own toys.

Watch the Video of me reading “Three Little Super Pigs”

 

Story Time: Three Little Super Pigs (Part 1 of 2): https://vimeo.com/447530509

 

Story Time: Three Little Super Pigs (Part 2 of 2): https://vimeo.com/447532872

Math / Science

Counting the Calendar: It’s a new Month!! Have your child count the days in April 1-30. Point to random numbers and ask what this number is? Have child Jump or clap the number.

Math: Adding and subtracting

Use items in your household to help child add or subtract small numbers. For example, get 5 small oranges ask child if I take 1 of these away how many will I have. For more advanced children have your child work on bigger numbers such as 10-8=2

 

Language / Literacy

“What’s in the Kitchen” This is kind of like eye spy. Ask your child to find items in the kitchen that begin with letters. For example, you would say “What’s in the kitchen that starts with a B” then child will search for something that starts with a B (Bowl, Bread, Box)

Read a book to your child or have child read a book to you. Ask your child questions about the book such as “What part of the story did you like” “what would you do if..”

Letter Scavenger Hunt Find Items in your house or outside that begin with the Letter U