Day 31-35

Day 31

  1. Read lesson 33 in your reader.  (review)
  2. In the last row on your paper write these letters: PADS BRICKS
  3. Circle your best one.
  4. Count the barrels.

Day 32

  1. Read lesson 34 in your reader.
  2. Ask a parent or older sibling to write your name in the first row of blocks. Now you write your name in the other rows. Use all CAPS.
  3. Watch this video.

Day 33

  1. Read the poem in lesson 35 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter c on the page. (If you haven’t printed the handwriting sheets, please write the letter for your child to trace, today and the other days.)
  3. In the first block, write a big letter C. Next to it write a whole row of little c. Click on the links to see how they are written. Click on the letter c to see a lowercase, or little c written. On your sheet the block goes up high for the big, or capital C. When you write your little c, it will only go between the two lines on the paper. The top of the little c will touch the top line and the bottom of the little c will touch the bottom line. You might want to ask a parent or older sibling to write the first one for you.
  4. Circle your best one.
  5. Watch this counting video.

Day 34

  1. Read lesson 36 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter a on your alphabet handwriting page. The middle line is like the top line on your handwriting paper.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter A. Next to it write a whole row of little a. Click on the links and on the a to see how they are written. It starts like a c, and then has one more line. Draw a little c and then jump to the top line and draw a side line down to make the a. You could ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one if you are unsure.
  4. Circle your best one.
  5. Do this counting jigsaw puzzle. You can click on preview to help you see where the pieces go. You need to know that the pieces flip. Right click to turn a piece around.
  6. How many caterpillars are in the picture? (answer: 1)

Day 35

  1. Read lesson 37 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter d on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter D. Next to it write a whole row of little d. Click on the links and click on the d. To write d you start by writing a little c, then you jump above the line as high as the big letter D and draw a line down. It’s like an a but with an arm reaching up. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to write the first one for you.
  4. Circle your best one.
  5. Count to 20.

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