Message from your teacher!
I was pleased to meet with you over the phone last week and I look forward to seeing you and working with your child in the near future.
Please email me or call me at any time with any questions or comments:
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Suggested Home Learning Activities For This Week:
Language / Literacy
Read a book to your child or have your child ‘read’ a book to you by telling you about the pictures. Ask your child questions about the book such as “What part of the story did you like?” “What would you do if..?”
Math / Science
Math/Fine motor skill: Indoor Energetic Newspaper Throwing
Dig a newspaper out of the recycling bin and have a fun creating balls and tossing them! Good for throwing practice, but also for hand-eye coordination, as well as some counting practice in there too!
Make newspaper balls. Crunch them up any way you like. The tighter they are, the easier they are to throw.
- Line up the newspaper balls in a row and count them.
- Then take turns throwing the newspaper balls into a tub.
- Once all the newspaper balls are thrown at or in the tub, count them again. How many landed in the tub? How many landed outside the tub?