After listening, ask your student who the main characters are and what is the setting of the story. If they are having a hard time remembering what the setting is, you can remind them that it is where and when the story takes place (example: where they are, time of day, season, etc.) Have students use a sheet of paper and draw the problem in the story on the top half and the solution to the problem on the bottom half.
Review the following sight words: zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten
Writing: I CAN SOUND OUT WORDS PHONETICALLY.
Have your child think of a story to write. Take a piece of paper and draw a line across the middle. The student should draw a picture of their story, using crayons to show the different details of the picture. Ask your child what is happening in the picture and come up with one sentence about the picture to write down. Slowly stretch the sounds out of each word in the sentence, while your student is writing the letters that match the sounds. PLEASE DO NOT SPELL THE WORDS FOR YOUR CHILDREN AS WE ARE WORKING HARD ON INVENTIVE SPELLING IN CLASS. Turn this paper in the next day we have school.
MATH: I CAN COUNT TO 100 BY ONES AND TENS. I CAN MAKE NUMBERS TWO DIFFERENT WAYS.
1.Have your child practice counting orally from 1 to 100 by 1’s and to 100 by 10's.
2. Use a deck of cards. Have students turn over cards two at a time and compare the two numbers using the vocabulary "greater than", "less than", or "equal".
3.Have your child count and exercise with the following videos: