Learning Resource for Week 33 May 17-21
Message from Teacher Dave & Teacher Jessica:
Hello again families! Please see the resource links below and let us know if you have questions or comments. Enjoy your week!
Are you a parent or ally of young children ages 2 to 5 with disabilities or developmental delay?
Do you want to create positive experiences that help all children thrive?
Do you want to better understand disability rights and equity and learn how to be a strong advocate?
Join The Arc of King County Inclusion Academy as they launch their fourth cohort of The Inclusion Academy. Classes start May 27 and continue Thursdays through August 12.
Playground safety tips:
Books that foster a love of math:
As we mentioned over the last few weeks, our four Program Wide Expectations are Be Courageous, Be Curious, Be Compassionate, Be a Community. First, we focused on how our children can be courageous. Over the next few weeks, we will focus on how we can Be a Community.
We are a community when….
We are kind to one another
We take care of one another
We embrace our differences and cultures
We share what we know and care about
We solve problems together
Math / Science
Science – texture: Make a simple texture chart with your child. Texture describes the feel or appearance of an object or the material an object is made of. Write texture words like smooth, bumpy, rough in separate columns. Begin hunting for textures on your list. When you find something, draw a picture and/or write the word of the object in the correct column.
Smooth bumpy rough
I have who has
This game is a part of the Tools of the Mind curriculum. You can start by doing colors and move on with uppercase letters, beginning sounds or whichever category your child is familiar with. There are two decks: one deck for the child and the deck for the guardian. All the color cards have colors on both sides. One person goes first by picking any color from their deck and says “I have *color*, who has *color*? once the card flips over. Find the color that has been flipped and see if your child or you have it. Continue to say “I have *color*, who has *color?” so that your child recognizes colors.
Math / Science
Boats in the water
Living in Seattle we have the amazing opportunity to be surrounded by water. In those bodies of water we often see boats, look at this video below of Teacher Dave talking about some of the boats we see. Use the password we have previously given you or ask us for it again.