Preschool – Week #10

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 #10
  • 3-4:
    • Count 1-20
    • Work on #19 & #20

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Time:

An hour is the large numbers on the clock; The shorthand will tell you the hour or the number to the left side of the clock.

  • Practice telling time by the hour!

The Telling Time Song | The Clock Song | Scratch Garden

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Geometry:

Take a look at a specific shape

  • Rhombus
  • Kite

Shapes Are All Around | Shape Songs | PINKFONG Songs

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Social Studies:

Community Helpers:

The doctor will look at everything. He might give you an exam to listen to your heart and breathing. The doctor will look at all the test and determine what is wrong and how to help you.

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Social Skills:

It is important to be kind and treat others the way that you want to be treated. Not hurting others. Helping others as you can. Being nice and not rude.

Mandy Manners from YouTube

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Calendar Skills:

March is the third month of the year (you can add special events you do this month). April is the fourth month of the year (you can add special events you do this month)

Months of the year

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Geography:

Take a look at maps; look at and find the compass rose

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Language Arts:

Letters:

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

E – Uppercase

e – 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:

Calm: Calm means that you are not stressed and not overwhelmed. Let’s practice calming down

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Computer Science:

Monitors are the screens that we watch/look at. There are 5 different types of screens that are typically used. These are CRT, LCD, LED, OLED, and plasma.

Switching on and off the computer

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Culinary Arts:

Sweets need to be restricted. However, there are many things that are naturally sweet, and we can eat these things instead of sugar.

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Science:

There are 8 planets in our solar system and many sub-planets.

  • Planets are:
    • Mercury
    • Venus
    • Earth
    • Mars
    • Jupiter
    • Saturn
    • Uranus
    • Neptune
  • Some of the sub-planets are:
    • Pluto is the most famous as it used to be considered a planet.
    • Eris
    • Haumea
    • Makemake
    • Ceres

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Elective:

Art – Basics:

Take a look at different shapes. Trace or draw basic shapes. (If you are good at drawing basic shapes try to combine different shapes to make a new shape)

YouTube Videos

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Domestic Studies – Basic:

Practice Chores –

Practice cleaning out the spot on the table and show the child that we clean the counters the same way. Show babies how to wipe the table with no chemicals (we use water, vinegar, and dish soap to clean so they can clean early)

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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:

Your arm muscles help you pick stuff up, move things around, and even getting off the ground.

Game: Pick a game like Soccer

  • Learn 1 rule each week
  • Practice game skills

Dance:

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

*Religious Elective*

Religious Studies:

The tenth commandment is: You shall not covet your neighbor’s things. You should not want to take your neighbor’s home or anything that is theirs. If my friend or sibling has a toy, I want to play with I will ask for my turn. If after asking nicely and giving plenty of time for their turn, a parent or other adult should be asked for help.

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:

Promises

God has made promises to you and mankind because he loves us God shows his love in many ways

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