Preschool – Week #19

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:

Place Value:

  • Eight

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Time:

A Half-hour is the 12 and 6 on the clock; when the long hand is on the 12 it is at the top of the hour and when the long hand is on the 6 it is called the bottom of the hour, or it is the half-hour. On a digital clock the number on the right will be :00 for the top of the hour when it is :30 you are at the half-hour.

  • Practice telling time by the half-hour!

The Telling Time Song | The Clock Song | Scratch Garden

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Geometry:

There are different types of measurements. Measurement is important for many things.

  • Pick an object and measure it (repeat)
  • Talk about Standard Area measurements
  • Talk about how to get area measurements
  • Measure length

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Social Studies:

Community Helpers:

*A church is a place where someone will worship God. These buildings are usually safe places to go if you need help. You do not need to attend church to get help. The paster leads the church services. *

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Social Skills:

It is good to help others if you can.

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Calendar Skills:

This is very individualized… Look through week 17 to week 24 and add, remove, and rearrange holidays as fit in your family!

  • Memorial Day is always the last Monday of May. On this day we honor those who have given their lives to keep us free.
  • Lincoln’s birthday is always the 12th of February. President’s day is always the 3rd Monday in February on these days we celebrate and honor out presidents past and present.
  • Independence Day is always on July 4th. This is the birthday of our nation.

Months of the year

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Geography:

Pick a state each week on the Geography Page

The 50 States Song/50 States and Capitals Song

Language Arts:

Letters:

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

J – Uppercase

j – 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:

Confident: Being confident means that you know that you can do something.

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Computer Science:

The Internet is a program that can help you find other information. The internet can be dangerous, so don’t use it without your parent.

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Culinary Arts:

Sometimes we need snacks between our main meals. These are typically smaller than the meals.

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Science:

Ecology is the study of how organisms interact with one another and their environment.

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Elective:

Art – Basics:

Draw basic shapes or combine shapes to make new ones.

YouTube Videos

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Domestic Studies – Basic:

<Please note that some of this is beyond what your child can do, If it is just showing/telling your child the things they will need to know or omit> The Dispatcher is going to need your address, so practice memorizing/ reading your address (don’t forget the apartment #, city, state, and zip code).

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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:

We have muscles in our chest. These muscles assist our arms in moving and stabilizing our upper body.

Game: Pick a game like Soccer

  • Learn 1 rule each week
  • Practice game skills

Dance:

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

*Religious Elective*

Religious Studies:

The Lord’s prayer is the prayer that Jesus taught us to pray

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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

Advent is the first season of the church year. Advent is a time of waiting. We are waiting for Christmas but should remember that Christmas is about Jesus coming to live among us. Christmas is about giving and not getting.

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Bible Reading:

Character

Jesus gives us gifts; These gifts are for us to show others. These gifts are called the gifts of the spirit and we can only show them if we are with God. The fruits are love, joy, peace, patients, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control

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