Thursday, May 14, 2020

Today’s Grid Activities: English Language Arts:Read a nonfiction or informational book or watch an informational video or show. Have your child say 2 facts from the book or video. Remind them that facts are things that are true, not opinions. Math:Tell your child a number between 1 and 10. Have them tell you the numberContinue reading “Thursday, May 14, 2020”

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Today’s Grid Activities: English Language Arts: Make sight word cards with some of the kindergarten sight words. Play memory or concentration OR Find your sight words in a book and write them down. Practice reading them when you’re done. Math: Count things in your house. Say how many you would have if you have oneContinue reading “Wednesday, May 13, 2020”

Monday, May 11, 2020

English Language Arts:Read a fiction story to your child. Talk about the characters and setting. Have them identify the sequence of events or beginning, middle, and end. Math:Count to 100.Count by 10s.Start at 68 and count to 100.Count backwards starting at 20. Science:With toys or things in your house (cereal boxes, cans, etc.), build aContinue reading “Monday, May 11, 2020”

Friday, May 8, 2020

In today’s show, make a Mother’s Day drawing with Mr. Oka! English Language Arts:Have your child practice reading these words. Next, without allowing them to see the words, have them practice spelling them.      Men, hit, den, had, met, hen, ten, pet, hip, hot Math:Make your own subtraction story. Draw a picture and write a numberContinue reading “Friday, May 8, 2020”

Thursday, May 7, 2020

New! Practice sight words just like in the Kindergarten At Home Show! Click “Sight Word Practice” in the toolbar for more slides. Today’s Grid Activities: English Language Arts:Read a nonfiction or informational book or watch an informational video or show. Have your child say 2 facts from the book or video. Remind them that factsContinue reading “Thursday, May 7, 2020”

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Today’s Grid Activities English Language Arts: Make a list of things in your bathroom. Draw a picture of each one. (Encourage your child to spell words on their own, writing down the sounds they hear, even if it’s incorrect). Math: There are 5 butterflies. 1 of the butterflies flew away. How many butterflies are left?Continue reading “Tuesday, May 5, 2020”