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Weekly Kindergarten Homework Due: October 30th, 2011 The activities I send home are designed to reinforce the skills we are learning in Kindergarten. This list of activities is used to support your child at home. There will be new activities each week. I ask that you do at least 2 – 3 activities with your child each week. You are more than welcome to do more! On the last page, please write down which activities you’ve completed. Please let me know how your child did with the activities. If they struggled I would like to know. Writing: - Label things around the house with your child. You can start with just a few…some examples could be bed, chair, table, etc. Start with easy ones and then add more each week. Notecards work great for the labeling, but use what you have! Make sure to write in all lowercase, unless it’s a name. Then you can read them with your child everyday. You can talk about the letters in the words you’ve written or the sounds. - Practice writing the letters 1 – 10 some more! You can use the number poems I sent home yesterday to help them. Number Sense: - Make or buy a set of number flash cards. Show a number and have your child identify (say what number it is) and then count out that many items. Letter Scavenger Hunt: - We’ve done this before! Please look for the letter D this week! Find at least three things around your house! Please return this sheet to me by October 30th. These are the activities we worked on this week: 1. ___________________________________________ 2. ___________________________________________ 3. ___________________________________________ Your Child’s Name: ______________________________ Signed: ___________________ Date:_____________
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