Monday, May 11

Kinser Lunch and Listen 12- 12:30   Tuesday and Thursday…Come have lunch with Miss Fair and me and listen to a book at 12:10. We have a guest reader!!

Wednesday Weekly Meeting: May 13 Make a craft with me! We always like to hang things from our ceiling in our room so Wednesday we will make a hanging craft. If you’d like to make a craft with me for our “room” have a piece of paper, crayons, and a pair of scissors with you on Wednesday. If you don’t want to make a craft, join us just so we can say hi and see our class. 🙂

Wednesday, May 13: 10:00 AM Kinder Google Meet – 10:30 PM Kinder Google Meet

TODAY’S SCHOOL WORK–

Remote Learning Opportunities –Kindergarten (Use this link to see the whole week, I will be posting just the day’s lesson below.)

Monday, May 11
ELA:  Choose 2 ELA activities each day
Read Aloud         Listen to Mrs. Drexel read the non-fiction book: BUTTERFLY.
Writing You will need a pencil, crayons, and a piece of paper.  Watch Mrs. Witmer’s video about making observations.  Watch the video of the kindergarten caterpillars moving to their next stage.Write your observations about the caterpillars.  What is happening?  What do they look like?
Sight WordsBuild a Caterpillar sight word game.  Watch this short video for directions.  See if you can make your caterpillar longer this time.  Make sure your word cards are shuffled so you pick them in a different order.  Add things to the background to make a beautiful spring picture.  Print this page or draw a cute caterpillar head on a piece of paper to play the game.  Sight Words List
Math
3- D Shapes!
This week your child will be learning about 3-D shapes. We will be focused on the cone, sphere, cylinder and cube. It is important for children to hold and explore 3-D shapes. You will be able to find most of these shapes around the house. The most difficult to find might be the cone and cylinder. You can get a print out of these shapes by clicking on the words.
Cubes and SpheresWatch the teacher video.Cubes and Spheres
Activity One: Make a cube.  There are several ways to do this activity.  You could cut six squares out of cardboard and tape them together.  Build a cube with toothpicks and marshmallows.  Or print the cube template below and make a paper cube.  Cube Template
Activity Two: Use a ball to help you practice saying the word “sphere.”  You can bounce it or roll it.  Every time you catch the ball say the word “sphere.”  Do this activity for one or two minutes.
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