Find out how God helped His people take the city of Jericho.
Read the lesson in your Bible Story book at home.
Help your child review the Bible lesson with the following action rhyme.
God's people marched (move arms as though marching)
Around Jericho (move finger in circular motion)
Once each day for (hold up one finger)
Six days in a row. (hold up six fingers)
On the seventh day, (hold up seven fingers)
Seven times around, (move finger in circular motion)
Trumpets blew; people yelled (hold hands as though playing trumpet, hands as if yelling)
The walls fell to the ground. (make downward, crashing motion with hands)
God gave his people (point upward)
The victory (make "V" with fingers)
And to the Lord (point up)
All the glory be! (lift hands up)
Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. I Corinthians 10:31
Meet the Superkids: Learn I, i
Learn I, i
Meet the Superkids: Learn I, i
Look for the email that will allow your child to use the online song and library that goes with our learning of each letter this year. Sign-up and lead your child to the website. I will keep you informed about which letter we are studying. Enjoy learning I, i with Icky this week.
Listening Practice: Say each word and ask your child where they hear the sound /l/. (Front or Back of the word)
add Lad glad Dad lag
dog log Sal sad glass
Have your child say each sound of these words and then say the word with all the sounds together.
if lid lip Dad log
did dog Sal lit Icky
This week we will learn to sort by different attributes.
Classify and Count Data
Lesson 1-Family Activity
Show your child two categories of objects that are different in at least one way. For example, show 6 coins that are silver and 4 coins that are not silver. Ask your child to classify the objects and explain how he or she classified them. Repeat the activity with other categories using up to 10 objects.
Lesson 2-Family Activity
Show your child a group of 12 or fewer objects that are different in at least one way. For example, show 4 blue buttons, 3 brown buttons, and 5 white buttons. Arrange the objects in a random order. Ask your child to draw lines to count the buttons that are white and the buttons that are NOT white. Then have your child write numbers for his or her lines. Repeat the activity with other categories of up to 12 objects.
Lesson 3-Family Activity
Show your child a group of 12 or fewer objects that are different in at least one way. For example, show 5 spoons and 6 forks. Arrange them in a random order. Ask your child to count the objects that are forks and the objects that are NOT forks, tell which category has a greater number of objects, and then explain how he or she knows. Repeat with another group of objects and have your child tell you which category has a number of objects that is less than the other category.
Lesson 4-Family Activity
Show your child a group of up to 19 objects that are different in at least one way. For example, show 9 plates and 8 cups. Arrange the objects in a random order and make a statement comparing the objects. For example, say: The category of plates is greater than the category of cups. Ask your child whether your statement makes sense and to explain how he or she knows. Repeat the activity with other groups of objects and statements that either make sense of do NOT make sense.
* Some pompoms. Any color and size.
* Paper stickers of any size and type
* Foam stickers (shapes, letters, bible shapes, etc.)