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Due:

September 29, 2022

Foundational Skills

Heggerty Week 7

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 11

Oral Blending warm up

Sound/Spelling Review of sounds/letters introduced

Pocket chart chaining for reading/spelling

Reading Assessment Part 1

Big Reading Question:

What gift does Jumping Mouse receive and how will it help him in the story The Story of Jumping Mouse?

Vocabulary Words:

brush: a bunch of bushes, shrubs, and other plants growing close together

journey: a long trip or voyage from one place to another

perilous: dangerous

swayed: changed an idea or an opinion

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will participate in the creation and completion of a giving chart, listing gifts giving in the read aloud, who was the giver, and who was the receiver.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 11.3 with your child.

Watch video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rh0iOXQ0-Ks

 

Due:

September 30, 2022

Foundational Skills

Heggerty Week 7

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 12

Oral Blending warm up

Sound/Spelling Review of sounds/letters introduced

Pocket chart chaining for reading/spelling

Reading Assessment Part 2

Big Reading Question:

How did Jumping Mouse help others in the second part of the story The Story of Jumping Mouse?  What kind of character is Jumping Mouse?

Vocabulary Words:

compassion: deep awareness of the suffering of another, as well as a desire to stop it

enormous: very large

fragrances: sweet or pleasant odors

misused: used incorrectly

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will participate in the completion of the Giving Chart.  Students will then write to describe Jumping Mouse.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.

Watch video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6xtmGwegw8

 

Past Assignments

Due:

September 28, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 7

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 10

Oral Blending

Sound/Spelling Review

Pocket Chart Chaining for reading and spelling

Vowel Discrimination

Rainbow Letters

Big Reading Question:

What is a hero?  Is Momotaro a hero to the people of his village?

 Vocabulary Words:

island: a piece of land surrounded by water

pheasant: a type of bird that normally has a long tail

swooped: moved downward quickly through the air in a curving movement

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will give an example of one person they think is a hero and give a reason to support their opinion.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 10.4 with your child.

Watch video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLX5iRzlw0w

Due:

September 27, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 7

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 9

Oral Blending

Sound/Spelling Review

Introduce new sound /i/, spelling ‘i’

Listening for /i/ or /a/ sound in words

Pocket Chart Chaining

Big Reading Question:

How are the actions of the animals in the folktale The Bremen Town Musicians different from real animals?

Vocabulary Words:

musician: someone who plays a musical instrument or sings

panting: breathing quickly through your mouth because you are hot or out of breath

perched: sat or rested on something

 

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw and label at least 3 characters from the story The Bremen Town Musicians.

Students will participate in completing a T-chart of things real animals can and can not do.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 9.2 with your child.

Watch video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgpe5Rxy4NQ

 

Due:

September 26, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 7

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 8

Oral Blending

Sound/Spelling Review

Introduce new sound /g/, spelling ‘g’

Listening for /k/ or /g/ sound at beginning of words

Pocket Chart Chaining

 Big Reading Question: 

How do we retell a story using pictures and time order words? 

 Vocabulary Words: 

bleated: made the sound or cry of a goat or sheep 

disguise: make oneself look like someone or something else 

kids: young goats 

miller: one who works in, operates, or owns a mill-a building where grain is ground into flour 

terrified: deeply afraid 

 Writing Activity (In Class): 

Student will use picture cards to sequence and retell the story The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids. 

 At Home: 

Read a book with your child. 

Watch video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quTmi6MkNQU

 

Due:

September 23, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 6

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 7

Oral Blending

Sound/Spelling Review

Introduce new sound /k/, spelling ‘c’

Consonant/Vowel discussion

Pocket Chart Chaining

Big Reading Question: 

How do we retell the story Three Billy Goats Gruff using pictures and words? 

 

Vocabulary Words: 

creaked: made a low, squeaking sound 

gobble: to eat something quickly and in a greedy way 

longed: had an earnest, heartfelt desire for something 

scarcely: only just barely; by a small amount 

setting: where a story takes place 

 

Writing Activity (In Class): 

Student will participate in a shared writing activity to retell the story.

 

At Home: 

Read a book with your child. 

Watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uf8Udk5gnho

 

 

Due:

September 22, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 6

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 6

Oral Blending

Sound/Spelling Review

Introduce new sound /o/, spelling ‘o’

Pocket chart chaining

Big Reading Question: 

How can we use time order words (first, next, then, last) to retell the story The Three Little Pigs? 

 

Vocabulary Words: 

blazing: hot and shining brightly 

chimney: a hollow passage through which smoke escapes from a building 

huff: to blow air or breathe in and out heavily 

plot: the events of a story 

puff: to make a sudden gust of smoke, air, breath, or wind 

 

Writing Activity (In Class): 

Student will use time order words to sequence the story of The Three Little Pigs. 

 

At Home: 

Read a book with your child.

Review and complete Activity Page 6.2 with your child.

Watch video   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNBWuISROyE

 

 

Due:

September 21, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 6

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 5

Oral Blending

Sound/Spelling Review /m/, /a/, /t/, /d/

Pocket chart chaining for reading and spelling

Big Reading Question: 

How can we use pictures to retell the story Chicken Little? 

 

Vocabulary Words: 

acorn: the seed of an oak tree 

character: the person or animal that a story is about 

den: a cave-like home of some wild animals 

fiction: a type of book or story that has imaginary characters and events 

sly: sneaky and secretive

 

Writing Activity (In Class): 

Student will sequence the beginning, middle, and end of the story Chicken Little. 

 

At Home: 

Read a book with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiXiNzBe4Bs

 

Due:

September 20, 2022

Foundational Skills

Heggerty Week 6

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 4

Oral Blending warm up

Introduce the Sound /d/

Introduce the spelling /d/ - ‘d’

Pocket Chart Chaining

Big Reading Question:

How do our five senses help us observe the world around us and gain information about our world?

DOMAIN ASSESSMENT for FIVE SENSES

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Pages 4.2 and 4.3 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4XZ8Oojt-w

 

Due:

September 19, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 6

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 3

Oral Blending warm up

Introduce the Sound /t/

Introduce the spelling /t/ - ‘t’

Pocket Chart Chaining

Big Reading Question:

How do our five senses help us observe the world around us and gain information about our world?

REVIEW DAY for FIVE SENSES DOMAIN

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIEgbqWAuAo

Due:

September 16, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 5

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 2

Oral Blending warm up

Introduce the Sound /a/

Hear Initial Sounds – identify /a/ initial sound

Introduce the spelling /a/ - ‘a’

Big Reading Question:

What challenges did Helen Keller face, and how did she overcome them?

Vocabulary Words:

deaf: unable to hear; lacking the sense of hearing

disobedient: misbehaving; refusing to do what one is told

frustrated: discouraged or unhappy

sensations: feelings caused by one of your senses

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete visual biography of Helen Keller’s life by sequencing pictures.  Students will label pictures.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Ask your child what challenges Helen Keller faced.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9I_Cq2AsY0

Due:

September 15, 2022

Foundational Skills

Heggerty Week 5

CKLA Skills Unit 3 Lesson 1

Oral Blending warm up

Introduce the Sound /m/

Hear Initial Sounds – identify /m/ initial sound

Introduce the spelling /m/ - ‘m’

Big Reading Question:

What challenges did Ray Charles face, and how did he overcome them?

Vocabulary Words:

blind: unable to see; not having the sense of sight

disability: inability to perform a task of daily life in the way that most people can

disease: serious sickness or illness

opportunity: a good chance to accomplish something

remarkable: wonderful or amazing

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete visual biography of Ray Charles’ life by sequencing pictures.  Students will label pictures.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Ask your child what was remarkable about Ray Charles.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XtF8zI3WMg

Due:

September 14, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 5

CKLA Unit 2 PAUSING POINT Day

Complete Student Performance Assessments

Additional Practice of Unit 2 skills (writing skills, blending sounds)

Big Reading Question:

How do we use our five senses to observe the world around us?

Popcorn Research and Investigation activity

Students will use their five senses to find adjectives that help describe how popcorn sounds, feels, smells, looks, and tastes.

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will record their observations of the popcorn on their recording sheets.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Practice writing your name 3 times.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xQgjryKO08

Due:

September 13, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 5

CKLA Skills Lesson 10

Sound Blending

I Spy – Practice Blending

Add a Sound

Name Tracing

Begin Student Performance Assessments

Big Reading Question:

How does your sense of touch work?

Vocabulary Words:

nerves: tiny, wire-like bits under the skin enabling us to feel

sensitive: able to feel something strongly or quickly

skin: the soft, smooth covering all over the outside of the body

texture: the way something feels on the outside or surface

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw something with a specific texture and describe the texture to peers.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 10.4 with your child.

Practice writing your name 3 times.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sb02Viam18

Due:

September 12, 2022

Foundational Skills

Heggerty Week 5

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 9

Sound Blending

Picture Card Blending (Mystery Pictures)

Add a Sound

Writing skills- drawing hooks

Name Tracing

Big Reading Question:

What does your sense of taste work?

Vocabulary Words:

congested: having too much mucus in your nose making hard to breathe

flavorful: having a strong and pleasant taste

saliva: the watery fluid in your mouth

taste buds: tiny bumps on the tongue that send taste messages to the brain

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will illustrate to show a food that is salty, a food that is sweet, a food that is bitter, and a food that is sour.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 9.2 with your child.

Practice writing your name 3 times.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14-sCPetUMc

 

Due:

September 9, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 4

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 8

Sound Blending

Picture Card Blending (Mystery Pictures)

Listening for Beginning Sounds

Writing skills- drawing canes

Name Tracing

Big Reading Question:

How does your sense of smell work?

Vocabulary Words:

molecules: tiny particles or pieces of things that are so small they cannot be seen by the naked eye

mucus: the slimy, liquid substance secreted inside the nose

nostrils: the name of the two openings in the nose

scents: smells or odors

smell receptors: small parts deep inside the nose that catch scents or smells from the air

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete four-square writing showing three things they learned about the sense of smell and one way the sense of smell keeps them safe.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 8.2 with your child.

Practice writing your name 3 times.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHawZN1cRsk

Due:

September 8, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 4

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 7

Sound Blending

Picture Card Blending

Listening for Beginning Sounds

Writing skills- drawing loops

Name Tracing

Big Reading Question:

How does your sense of hearing work?

Vocabulary Words:

echo: a sound that you hear again after it bounces back off something, such as a large mountain

invisible: not able to be seen

sound waves: bands, or waves, of noise

vibrate: to move back and forth in a very small motion

volume: the loudness of a sound

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete four-square writing showing three things they learned about the sense of hearing and one way the sense of hearing keeps them safe.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. Point to each word as you read.

Review Activity Page 7.2 with your child.

Have your child practice writing their name 3 times.

Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce49EDIIrMc

Due:

September 7, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 4

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 6

Sound Blending

Picture Card Blending

Listening for Beginning Sounds

Writing Skills- drawing  x  and  +

Name Tracing

Big Reading Question:

How does your sense of sight work?

Vocabulary Words:

iris: the colored part of the eye

leap: to jump

protect: to keep something safe from harm

pupil: a small, covered, black hole in the center of the eye where light enters

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete four-square writing showing three things they learned about the sense of sight and one way the sense of sight keeps them safe.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Remind your child to point to each word as they read.

Review Activity Page 6.2 with your child.

Have your child practice writing their name 3 times.

Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AjMchcxL8s

Due:

September 6, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 4

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 5

Sound blending

Picture Card blending

Listening for Beginning Sounds

Writing Skills-drawing spirals

Name tracing

Big Reading Question:

What do you know about the five senses?

Vocabulary Words:

amazing: surprisingly good, causing wonder

harm: an injury to your body

sight: the act of seeing and looking at things with your eyes

smell: to detect odors with your nose

taste: to detect flavors with your tongue

touch: to feel with your hands or other parts of your body

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete a sorting activity about the five senses.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 5.2 with your child.

Have your child practice writing their name 3 times.

Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzqx39K2omc

Due:

September 2, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 3

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 4

Sound blending

Picture Card blending

Listening for Beginning Sounds

Writing Skills-drawing wavy lines

Left to right directionality

Big Reading Question:

Domain 1 assessment

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 4.3 with your child.

Have your child practice writing their name 3 times.

Due:

September 1, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 3

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 3

Syllable and Sound blending

Blending motions

Picture Card blending

Writing Skills-drawing zigzags

Differentiating shapes

Big Reading Question:

Domain Review

How can I use words and illustrations to retell a story?

Vocabulary Words:

No new vocabulary words were introduced today.

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will illustrate and label an assigned nursery rhyme or fable, then share their work with the class and retell the nursery rhyme or fable.

At Home:

Read a book with your child. 

Review Activity Page 3.3 with your child.

Have your child practice writing their name 3 times.

Due:

August 31, 2021

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 3

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 2

Syllable blending

Sound blending

Writing skills-drawing humps

Big Reading Question:

What lesson did the characters learn in the fable “The Hare and the Tortoise”?

Vocabulary Words:

boasting: telling about something in a proud way, bragging

darted: moved suddenly and rapidly

steadily: continuously; at the same speed 

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will predict who will win the race between the Hare and the Tortoise.  Then, after listening to the fable, students will predict who would win if the Hare and the Tortoise were to race again.  Students will complete the sentence stem I think the  _____ will win the second race because _______.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 2.2 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OXOGQ-MfyU

Due:

August 30, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 3

CKLA Skills Unit 2 Lesson 1

Syllable blending

Tracking from left to right, top to bottom

Writing skills-drawing cups

Big Reading Question:

What was the lesson/moral learned from the fable “The Dog and His Reflection”?

Vocabulary Words:

feast: a large meal

greedy: wanting much more of something than is needed

reflection: an image that is usually seen in a mirror

stream: a small body of running, fresh water

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw a picture of something they would not want to lose.

Students will sequence the events of the fable “The Dog and His Reflection”.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 1.3 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5vic-JwSyo

Due:

August 29, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 3

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Pausing Point Day

Additional practice in writing lines and circles

Listening for number of words in sentences

Big Reading Question:

What was the lesson/moral learned from the fable “The Lion and the Mouse”? 

Vocabulary Words:

disturbed: interrupted or bothered someone

favor: a kind or helpful action

gnawing: chewing

grateful: feeling thankful or showing thanks

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw to illustrate the moral of “Little friends may be great friends,” by drawing the event showing the mouse as a great friend.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_74du-n2y8

Due:

August 26, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 2

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Lesson 10

Listening to words

Step forward for words

Assessment-writing strokes, position words, word discrimination

Big Reading Question:

What are the characteristics of a nursery rhyme?

Vocabulary Words:

No new vocabulary words were introduced today.

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw a picture representing their favorite nursery rhyme and complete the sentence stem “My favorite nursery rhyme is ________.”

At Home:

Read a book with your child.

Review Activity Page 10.3 with your child.

Due:

August 25, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 2

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Lesson 9

Step forward for words

Circle the cubes

Making circles and triangles with modeling clay

Drawing triangles, reviewing circles and diagonal lines

Big Reading Question:

Who will get the sheep’s wool in the nursery rhyme “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep”?

Vocabulary Words:

lane: a small street or road

wool: sheep’s hair or fur

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will complete craft of a sheep and use sheep to reenact the Nursery Rhyme Baa Baa Black Sheep.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 9.3 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRHvTTOR8Ns

Due:

August 24, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 2

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Lesson 8

Step forward for noises

Listening to words

Drawing squares, reviewing vertical and horizontal lines

Tracking from left to right, top to bottom

Big Reading Question:

What do you know about Little Bo Peep? (character analysis)

Vocabulary Words:

sheep: an animal with wool fur that usually lives on a farm

wagging: moving quickly from side to side or up and down 

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw a picture of Little Bo Peep and complete the sentence stem Little Bo Peep is  _____. (selecting a word to describe Little Bo Peep)

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as you read.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjN2qXGFp24

Due:

August 23, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 2

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Lesson 7

Step forward for noises

Listening to words

Drawing diagonal lines

Tracking from left to right, top to bottom

Big Reading Question:

What are the events in the nursery rhyme “Hickory Dickory Dock”?

Vocabulary Words:

struck: beat or hit something hard to make a sound

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will practice retelling the events of the nursery rhyme using a model of the mouse and the clock.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 7.3 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGgsklW-mtg

Due:

August 22, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 2

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Lesson 6

Count environmental sounds

Listening to words

Writing strokes pretest

Pencil grip, drawing circles to the left

Big Reading Question:

In the nursery rhyme “Star Light, Star Bright”, what does the character say while looking at the star? 

Vocabulary Words:

wish: to verbally or silently hope for something you want

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw what they would wish for if they saw the first star.  Teacher will help students complete the sentence stem “I would wish for _______.”

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 6.4 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWip7yvXukI

Due:

August 19, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 1 Day 5

CKLA Unit 1 Lesson 5

Identify, count, differentiate environmental sounds

Left/right discrimination

Position words

Hear words in phrases and sentences

Pencil grip, drawing circles (to the left)

Big Reading Question:

What events happened in the nursery rhymes This Little Pig Went to the Market and One, Two, Buckle My Shoe? 

Vocabulary Words:

market: a place where people buy and sell things

roast beef: a kind of meat

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will sequence the events in today’s  nursery rhymes.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review and complete Activity Page 5.2 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei0uIZu9_WE

Due:

August 18, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 1 Day 4

CKLA Unit 1 Lesson 4

Identify, count, differentiate environmental sounds

Left/right discrimination

Position words

Pencil grip, drawing horizontal lines (left to right)

Big Reading Question:

What prediction can you make based on the picture of the nursery rhyme Jack and Jill? 

Vocabulary Words:

fetch: to go get something and bring it back

pail: a bucket

tumbling: falling and/or rolling

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will predict what happens after Jack and Jill fall down.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review and complete Activity Page 4.3 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeAHlhAfw2E

Due:

August 17, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 1 Day 3

CKLA Unit 1 Lesson 3

Identify, count, differentiate environmental sounds

Left/right discrimination

Position words

Pencil grip, drawing vertical lines (from top to bottom)

Big Reading Question:

What do the characters in the nursery rhymes Jack Be Nimble and Little Jack Horner do? 

Vocabulary Words:

candlestick:  holder for a candle

nimble: able to move quickly and easily

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will participate in acting out the nursery rhyme Jack Be Nimble.  Students will sort pictures to the correct nursery rhyme.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review and complete Activity Page 3.2 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0-93TPksZk

Due:

August 16, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 1 Day 2

CKLA Skills Unit1 Lesson 2

Identify, count, differentiate environmental sounds

Left/right discrimination

Position words

Pencil grip, drawing vertical lines (from top to bottom)

Big Reading Question:

How does the character feel about the rainy weather in the nursery rhyme Rain, Rain, Go Away? 

Vocabulary Words:

away: not here

character: the person or animal a story or nursery rhyme is about

Writing Activity (In Class):

Students will draw to illustrate how Johnny feels about the rainy weather. Students draw how they feel about rainy weather.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 2.1 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFrKYjrIDs8

Due:

August 15, 2022

Foundational Skills:

Heggerty Week 1 Day 1

CKLA Skills Unit 1 Lesson 1

Identify, count, differentiate environmental sounds

Left/right discrimination

Position words

Drawing on a vertical surface

Big Reading Question:

What do you notice about the nursery rhyme Roses Are Red? 

Vocabulary Words:

rhyme: words that begin with different sounds but end with the same sound

roses: plants or bushes with large flowers and thorns on the stems

sweet: containing sugar or tasting like sugar

violets: small plants with small flowers

Writing Activity (In Class):

Student will draw and label one thing that is blue and one thing that is red.

At Home:

Read a book with your child.  Model pointing to each word as it is read.

Review Activity Page 1.1 with your child.

Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUN61Z5KEZY