JUST A REMINDER THAT MON 4/20 – WEDS 4/22 WILL BE A VACATION FROM REMOTE LEARNING! WE WILL POST MORE ACTIVITIES ON THURSDAY 4/23
PK.RL.7. With prompting and support, make predictions about what happens next in a picture book after examining and discussing the illustrations.
Today we are going to practice making predictions
*Go to Storylineonline.net and listen to No More Noisy Nights
* Think about the title of the book.
What do you think the story is about?
When Jackson relaxes in his chair, What do you think will happen?
Every time Jackson relaxes in his chair pause the book and predict what you think will happen.
- Imagine that a scary monster lived in your house. Draw a picture to show what he would look like and use a sentence to tell me what noise he or she might make.
- Or you can ask Mom or Dad to video you making the noise.
Play a game of memory again….maybe the winner gets to choose a movie to watch today!
Standard: PK.CC.2 Recognize and name written numerals 0–10
Write the numbers 0-10 on pieces of paper. Make 2 sets. Turn them face down and play memory. Take turns turning over 2 pieces of paper and identifying the numbers. If you find the 2 numbers that match you keep the match. The person with the most matches at the end wins! If 0-10 is too much for your child start with 0-3,0-5. And slowly add more numbers once they are confident in the numbers they know.
Here is a movement activity to get yourself moving