As I was reviewing the class’s progress so that I could better prepare each child’s lesson plan during this period of home study. I found that the class’s progress was very much on track as to where they should be at this time in the school year.
I truly believe that with your parental involvement with your child’s homework and lesson packets, we will succeeded in preparing your child for the next level in their schooling.
I can only imagine the difficulties that you as parents are experiencing during these trying times. It is not easy being a parent during the best of times. Let alone now, when you are facing physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and financial disruptions that slowly wear away at you.
Just remember – you are never truly alone! God is within and with you! Remember those foot prints in the sand. Remember the Love that you feel for each other. Remember the birth of your child. Remember when your child read to you for the first time. Remember that first magical moment of inspiration in your life. Remember that first sunrise with your loved ones. Live each day; the best that you can. Help each other. Peace be unto you. Life is good!
Yes, Life Is “Good”; and like all good things, there is a beginning. In our case, we are all looking forward to warm weather and a big goodbye to thick jackets. Take time to enjoy the sights and smell the fragrances of Spring and share them with your child. We will be talking about various signs of Spring; how to dress during springtime and the different sports and activities that we can enjoy during this season. Children will continue learning about Little Things (Insects and Bugs). We will even watch how these little creatures grow, what they do, their body parts, how they are alike and different and why farmers like some of these bugs on their farms.
Student are going to continue learning beginning, middle, and ending sounds, short vowel sounds, consonant blend sounds, word families, as well as, more sight words.
In Mathematics, students will continue to learn numbers 1 to 50 and identify quantities of numbers using terms like greater, less and equal. We will explore Two Dimensional and Three Dimensional shapes and their attributes. We will also talk about Fractions.
Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson
Lent / Easter
Language and Literacy:
Beginning, Middle and Ending Sounds of Pictures Words
Vowel – a, i, o
Signs of Spring Season
Insects and Bugs
Life Cycle of a Butterfly
Life Cycle of a Frog
Number – 1 – 20 – 30 – 40 – 50
Greater, Less and Equal
2 Dimensional and 3 Dimensional Shapes