Day 41-45

Day 41

  1. Read lesson 43 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter p on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter P. Next to it write a whole row of little p. Little p is one of the letters with a tail that goes down below the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  4. Circle your best one.
  5. Count and match.

Day 42

  1. Read lesson 44 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter q on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter Q. Next to it write a whole row of little q. Little q is one of the letters with a tail that goes down below the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  4. Circle your best one.
  5. Can you figure out what shape would come next? The same shapes are there again and again.

Day 43

  1. Read lesson 45 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter e on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter E. Next to it write a whole row of little e. Little e starts in the middle and circles up to touch the top line and down to touch the bottom line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  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 bears are in the picture?  (answer: 4)

Day 44

  1. Read lesson 46 in your reader.  review
  2. On the top line of the page write the words:  peg    bed   goop
  3. Connect the dots to 20.

Day 45

  1. Read lesson 47 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter l on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter L. Next to it write a whole row of little l. Little l is one of the letters that reaches up above the top line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  4. Circle your best one.
  5. *Print out pages 2-15 and cut out the 1-10 number cards. (Hold onto the Roman numerals and numbers to 20.) Lay them out face down and try and find the matches. Match the digits to the words and to the counting dots.
  6. I suggest saving these cards if you can. You could even glue an envelope into the cover of their binder and put the cards into it. Or put in their binder a plastic page protector and put the cards in there. Or even a manila envelope could hold them and you could hole punch it and keep it in your binder.

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