Preschool – Week #22

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:

Operations: Simple addition:

  • You have 3 and add 1 you get 4;
  • You have 4 and add 1 you get 5;
  • You have 5 and add 1 you get 6;

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Time:

A quarter hour is 15 minutes (:00, :15, :30, :45), on a clock the long hand will be at the 12,3,6, or 9

  • 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 volumes
  • Measure volumes

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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. If you need help with something when church is being held, a Sunday school teacher is a good person to ask. *

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Social Skills:

We say please when we want something and thank you when we get it.

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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!

  • St. Patrick’s Day is always on the 17th of March. This day is fun, you should dress in green. This day celebrates St. Patrick who removed snacks from Ireland.
  • Earth Day is always on the 22nd of April. Earth Day is a day to think about what our impact is on the earth. Work on reducing your trash.
  • Arbor day is always on the last Friday of April. This day is all about the trees, consider planting a few trees on this day.

Months of the year

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Geography:

<Feel free to continue with states if you would rather do that. Geography Page>

Africa is a large continent (show Africa on the map). It has deserts and moderate areas as well.

The Geography Song | Globe vs Map Song | Scratch Garden

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Language Arts:

Letters:

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

K – Uppercase

k – 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:

Angry: It is ok to be angry when someone did you wrong, we should forgive them when we can.

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Computer Science:

Find the letters on the keyboard. (D, E, F)

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Culinary Arts:

Measuring ingredients are important when you are cooking. (Practice measuring water.)

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Science:

There are different types of climates. Climates are hot, temperate, or cold. They can also be humid, dry, or both. Discover the climate that you live in.

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Elective:

Art – Basics:

  • Color on paper only
  • Work on coloring in lines (3+)

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> Sometimes you need to hide and be very quiet. Practice by playing hide and seek.

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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:

  • Tap
    • 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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