Skills to work on at home:
Any of the skills on your child's assessment
Pulling up/down pants/undies
Sign of the Cross
How to cut/use scissors
How to grip pencils/crayons/markers
How to use glue (liquid and stick)
Writing/spelling first name
Identifying uppercase/lowercase letters
Identifying numbers 1-10
Hail Mary Prayer
Ideas for At-Home Learning:
Read books to your child daily and ask them questions about the story to build their comprehension skills!
Talk about the calendar, weather, and season daily.
Go for a walk/bike ride.
PLAY, PLAY, PLAY - whether inside or outside, allow time for pretend play and directed play!
Learn a new skill! Teach your child to cook/bake something, make a craft together, do house/yard chores together, introduce a new sport or board game.
Draw a picture for a friend/neighbor and mail it to them.
Spend time praying for others!
Talk to your child and ask them lots of questions! Continue to engage their little minds.
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www.abcya.com - educational word, math, holiday, strategy, and skill games
www.abcmouse.com - educational games for all subjects
www.pbskids.com - educational games / shows for kids
www.mathgames.com - math games by skill / concept
www.gonoodle.com - music and movement / exercise
www.scholastic.com/learnathome - stories to read and activities
www.learningstationmusic.com - fun music and movement learning songs
www.storylineonline.net - stories read aloud to children by famous actors/actresses
www.jackhartmann.com - fun music and movement learning songs
www.thesingingwalrus.com - educational music and movement learning songs
www.amazingeducationalresources.com - TONS of websites offering free services during school closures