Day 46-50

Day 46

  1. Read lesson 48 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter t on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter T. Next to it write a whole row of little t. Little t is another 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. Put the clouds in order. Click on 10-20. After the parachutes drop click on hide/reveal and then click and drag the clouds into order 10, 11…

Day 47

  1. Read lesson 50 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter h on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter H. Next to it write a whole row of little h. Little h is one of the letters that reaches up above 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. Scroll down and practice counting.

Day 48

  1. Read lesson 51 in your reader.
  2. On the top line of your page write these words:  hat   hot  bell   Make sure you put your finger down between each word.
  3. Connect the dots to 20.

Day 49

  1. Read lesson 52 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter k on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter K. Next to it write a whole row of little k. Little k is one of the letters that reaches up above 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. 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 violins are shown set out on the countertop?  (answer: 3)

Day 50

  1. Read lesson 53 in your reader.
  2. Trace the letter i on your alphabet handwriting page.
  3. In the next block on your page, write a big letter I. Next to it write a whole row of little i. To write little i you start on the top line and draw straight down. Then you jump up and put the dot above 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. Pop the balloons. Count to 20.

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