Preschool – Week #3

Kids at this age are like sponges, the goal at this age is to expose them to different things and information. While they will learn information, it is not the main goal!

Please note that some things are religious-based. I will indicate all religious-based information with * on both sides of the information so if you would like to remove it from your homeschooling, feel free to do so!

Morning:

Every morning after breakfast:

Reading:

Before nap or bedtime, it is good to read to your child. This would be an excellent time to add the following:

  • Storybook: __________________________
  • Family Story: ____________________________

Math:

Algebra/Basic Math:

Numbers and Counting:

  • 0-2:
    • Count 1-10
    • Work on #3
  • 3-4:
    • Count 1-20
    • Work on #5 & #6

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Time:

The season split the year into 4 parts. Fall is when the leaves fall. Winter is cold and sometimes we get snow. Spring is when the flowers bloom. Summer is hot and so much fun.

Good Morning | Word Power | PINKFONG Songs for Children

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Geometry:

Take a look at a specific shape

  • Pentagon (5)
  • Hexagon (6)
  • Heptagon (7)

Shapes Are All Around | Shape Songs | PINKFONG Songs

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Social Studies:

Community Helpers:

When we call 911, we talk to a dispatcher. The dispatcher will ask you a bunch of questions, and then give you your next steps. <Tour of a dispatch facility would be good this week if you are able>

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Social Skills:

It is important to be considerate. The phrase “excuse me” shows that you are being considerate of other people. If you need to get past someone, you say excuse me. If you are standing somewhere and someone says excuse me, move out of the way and apologize. If mom is talking to her friends and you need to talk to her, say “excuse me, I need to talk to you” and wait for her to talk to you.

Mandy Manners from YouTube

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Calendar Skills:

Tuesday comes after Monday. (Add in what you do on Tuesdays… like school)

Days of the week song

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Geography:

Take a look at maps; look at and find the key or legend

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Language Arts:

Letters:

The Letter B <Find things that Start with the Letter B>

B – Uppercase

b – Lower case

Storybots Letter done in the Morning!

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Handwriting: (3-4years old)

Handwriting is learning to write and practicing writing

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Science:

Behavioral Health:

Happy: Happiness is associated with positive emotions like joy.

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Computer Science:

Laptops are large computers that are portable they can be plugged in but can be run off a rechargeable battery. Laptops are one piece.

Switching on and off the computer

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Culinary Arts:

Wheat and oats are grains.

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Science:

Experiment to test your solution. Results collect your data. Conclusion, did it work?

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Elective:

Art – Basics:

Secondary Colors: Orange, Green, Violet/ Purple. Orange is made by mixing red and yellow, Green is made by mixing yellow and blue, and purple is made by mixing blue and red.

YouTube Videos

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Domestic Studies – Basic:

Practice your Routine – Our Evening Routine is:

  • Take a bath
  • Get dressed for bed
  • Brush hair
  • Evening Snack
  • Brush teeth
  • *Evening Prayer*
  • Story
  • Bed

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Physical Education:

Walk/Run and Fitness:

  • 30 minutes of activity each day (at least 5 days a week)
  • 1 mile walk/run
  • Push-ups
  • Sit-ups
  • Sit and reach
  • Crunches
  • Lunges

Muscle:

The core muscles are the most important skeletal muscles. These muscles help you move in many ways.

Game: Pick a game like Soccer

  • Learn 1 rule each week
  • Practice game skills

Dance:

  • Ballet
    • Learn 1 or more moves/ positions each week and practice

*Religious Elective*

Religious Studies:

The third commandment is: Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. God made the world in 6 days. And on the 7th day, he rested. We should love God enough to go to “public” church service each week. Every week we need to set time aside to read and Study God’s word, and every day is an opportunity to do so.

Other things to learn:

  • Places in the church
    • Sanctuary
    • Steeple
    • Baptismal Fount
    • Alter
    • Pews
    • Pulpit
    • Lectern
    • Fellowship Hall
    • Sunday School Room
  • People in the church
    • Pastor
    • Elders
    • Greeter
    • Lector
    • Sunday School Teacher

The Ten commandments song

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Church Calendar:

Today is part of the season of: _________________________

<Today we celebrate: _____________> Check out the ELCA Lutheran calendar here, or check our your churches calendar. New year starts at advent

The season of Pentecost ends at the start of Advent. .

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Bible Reading:

Calling

We all have a calling; a calling is something that God has called us to do. What has God called me to do? To find your calling. We must look at the skills and abilities that God has given us. Some skills and abilities are given to everyone, and others are given to specific people.

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