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Things to Study/Practice at Home:

Writing your first 

Know phone number and lunch number

Identifying/naming letters both capital and lowercase

Tying shoes, buttoning and zipping pants, buckling their belts

 Read the Days of the week

Months of the year in order

Color words: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, black, white, brown, gray

Identify the 4 Seasons

Math:

 0-20

compare numbers and tell which has more/fewer

1 more, 1 fewer

number words: zero-twenty

Count by 2s to 20

Count by 10s to 100

Count to 100 

Count by 5s to 50

 

 

Sight Words:

I, can, the, we, see, a, like, am, to, and, go, do, can, like, are, my, with, he

 

Phonograms:

a, b,  c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o,

p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y,z

sh, ee, th, ow, ou, oo,ch, ar, ay, ai, 

oy, oi, er (of her), ir (of first), ur (of nurse),

wor (of works), ear (of early),

ng, ea, aw, au

 

Religion:

Sign of the Cross

Genuflecting

 Guardian Angel Prayer

Our Father Prayer

Hail Mary

 

 

Ayre's List (Spelling):

 

 1. me, do, and, go, at, on, a, it, is, she

2. can, see, run, the, in. so, no, now, man

3. ten, tan, tin, ton, bed, top, he, you, will ,we

4. an, my, up, last, not, us, am ,good

5. time, have, blue, chance, charge, little, are, ago, old, bad

6. red, of, be, but, this, all, your, you, out time

7. may, into, him, today, look, did, like six, boy, book

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOW  TO PRACTICE SPALDING:

 

1. Oral Phonogram Review (OPR)

 

*Flash the cards of the above phonograms (a letter or combination of letters that make a sound or sounds. (the phonograms were given to you in the OPEN HOUSE packet.)  Child must say all sounds for that phonogram.  See back of card for correct sounds.

 

 

 

2. Written Phonogram Review (WPR)

 

*Parent calls out the phonogram sound (or sounds if more than one) and child must write the phonogram that makes it.