Message from your teachers!
Welcome to this week’s learning resource! We hope you and your families are doing well and trying your best to stay as safe as possible. We continue to encourage you to consult with your healthcare providers about getting vaccinated against COVID-19. As the weather cools down, we also hope you will reach out to us if you need assistance finding warm clothes! We have wonderful Family Advocates who can help you find resources.
Quick reminder that on Labor Day, September 6, Neighborhood House will be CLOSED as it is a federal holiday.
We hope you will also enjoy these links below. If you ever have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please feel free to contact your teacher. Teacher Margie is no longer here at Neighborhood House, but we wish her all the best luck as she moves forward in her career!
https://vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov/ need help finding a vaccine appointment? Try this link!
https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19.aspx Here’s a link to King County’s COVID-19 resources page! Lots of info here J
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Our four progam-wide expectations are Be Compassionate, Be Curious, Be A Community and Be Courageous. This week we will focus on how children can Be Compassionate.
We are Compassionate when we:
- Offer to help someone
- Cheer someone up
- Support others
- Listen to how others are feeling
- Listen to different ideas
In this week’s learning resource, you’ll find an activity related to this week’s expectation. Let us know how it went!
Math / Science
Shoe Hunt: Math Game – Invite your child to go on a shoe hunt. Count the number of shoes each family member has. Count how many different types of shoes are in your house. How many have laces? How many have Velcro or buckles? Do you wear them indoors or outdoors? Do you slip them on? Count how many pairs of shoes Teach your child how to count by twos. Line the shoes up from biggest to smallest. Get out a tape measure or ruler and measure the shoes.
Movement / Play
Activities from Teacher Lisa
Math / Science
Activities from Teacher Suzanne
Fun with Measuring. What do we use to measure?
Line up shoes, cars, pencils, or anything you can use to measure and compare.
Questions to answer:
How long is the shortest car? Longest Car? Which number is bigger, more, less?
Name the number that is measured out. Match the number with the size of the object.
What else can you measure? What are other ways to measure?