Find out how Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Make a prayer ribbon. Cut a heart shape for each person you want to include in your prayer. Draw one person (and print the name, if you wish) on each heart. Glue the hearts to a long ribbon or sheet of paper. Pray for each person on your prayer ribbon.
The son of Man [Jesus] did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life. Mark 10:45
Meet the Superkids: Learn P, p
Learn P, p
Meet the Superkids: Learn P, p
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 P, p with all the superkids this week.
Listening Practice: Say each word and ask your child where they hear the sound /p/.
(Front or Back of the word)
pond pen stop tap pelt
pun Paul clap pastry sap
Have your child say each sound of these words and then say the word with all the sounds together.
pad stop cup past pen
pit pop pants clap pin
Sight Word Practice:
is a the us of for no put
This week we will learn how to use numbers to 20.
Compose Numbers 11 to 19
UNIT 10 Compose Numbers 11-19
Lesson 1-Family Activity
Have your child use pennies to model and explain how to make 11, 12, and 13 with 10 ones and some more ones.
Lesson 2-Family Activity
Have your child model the number 14 by drawing a big circle with 10 Xs inside the circle and 4 Xs outside the circle. Repeat with the numbers 15 and 16.
Lesson 3-Family Activity
Place 10 marbles or other small objects in a bowl. In a second bowl, have your child count on from 10 while adding objects until there are 17 objects in all. Repeat with 19 and then 18 objects in all.
Lesson 4-Family Activity
Have your child sort a group of 12 pencils into one group of 10 pencils and one group of 2 pencils. Discuss how many pencils are in each group and how many pencils there are in all. Repeat with 13 pencils and 11 pencils.
Lesson 5-Family Activity
Draw 14 boxes, and then shade 10 of them. Have your child tell how many boxes there are in all. Then have your child tell how many boxes are shaded and how many boxes are NOT shaded. Repeat with 16 boxes and 15 boxes.
Lesson 6-Family Activity
Have you child sort a group of 18 objects into a group of 10 and a group of 8. Discuss how many objects there are in each group and how many there are in all. Repeat with 17 objects and 19 objects.
Lesson 7-Family Activity
Take 11 pennies or other small household objects and arrange them in the following manner: two rows of 5 pennies, and a single penny underneath. Have your child write the equation that describes the number of pennies (10 + 1 = 11). Repeat for quantities of 12 pennies, 13 pennies, and so on, up to 19 pennies. Have your child explain the pattern in the equations that he or she has written.
* Boxes of classroom tissues.
* Some pompoms. Any color and size.
* Paper stickers of any size and type.
* Foam stickers (shapes, letters, bible shapes, etc.)