Teacher Juliet & Teacher Genet 126 AM Classroom
September 20 – 24, 2021 SY 2021-2022 Fall Volume 3
Classroom 126 AM Teachers
Time for In-person Class: 8:00 AM – 12:30 PM (To be announced)
Remote Session Day and Time: To be Announced….
Language / Literacy
All are Welcome
By: Alexandra Penfold
Read by: Books with Blue
A story that celebrate diversity and inclusion, no matter their dress or skin color, is welcomed with open arms
Kid’s vocabulary – School Supplies
Pencils Pencil Case
Eraser Colored Pencil
Math / Science
Count to 100
By: Jack Hartman
Practice counting to 100 by ones with Jack Hartman
After your child watch and follow Mr. Hartman’s count to 100 exercise, Practice skip counting.
FALL OR AUTUMN
Talk to your kids about fall or autumn.
Autumn is another word used for fall. Fall or autumn is one of the four seasons. The four seasons are Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. Fall is the season between summer and winter. The first day of autumn is at the end of September.
The unofficial end of the summer season and the beginning of the fall season is when the children go back to school. Colors associated with the season are red, yellow, orange, brown and black.
Art / Writing
People arts and Crafts
Paper Crayons yarn (if you have)
Pencil stickers (if you have) buttons (if you have)
Scissor marker glue
After watching the “All are Welcome” video create a People Art and Crafts
- To start help your kid to trace a people using marker.
- Ask your kid to cut the people following the line
- After cutting, invite your child to color the people based on the story video.
- Encourage your kid to design the created people using different materials if you have.
- After designing or coloring the people, ask your child to glue it on the big paper to write the caption.
Ask your child to write the words “ALL ARE WLCOME HERE“ in the People Art and Crafts.
What is in the BOX? https://video.link/w/nYRac
This classic sensory game is easy to set up and brings a lot of fun. This critical thinking game will build the kids vocabulary while identifying the object they are touching.
- Let your child touch the object and describe until he/she will identify it, or
- Give your child a hint while he/she is touching the object until he/she identify the object.
- Change objects inside the box for more fun.
Movement / Play