Review your child’shomework.
Read two books to your child each night
Keep an early bedtime
Include protein in yourchild’s breakfast for alonger lasting supply ofenergy
Save donuts for a spe-cial treat instead ofbreakfast
Save pop or soda forspecial treats at home
Tell an adding story with 6’s See if you childcan count by 5’s and 6’s for you. If not,count with them until 50 or 60.
Look for the sightwords: in, the, The, and, is, are, and, A, can,I, we, WE. Circle these words if you seethem in a magazine or newspaper.
Play a game or work ona family project (fold towels, bundlesocks, put away dishes from thedishwasher). The children do agood job of participating in ourclassroom community. That involveshelping, cleaning, and using words tosolve problems
Read books to your childeveryday.
Phonics game or activity orgo hunting for vowel sounds a (Allie), e(elephant), i(inchworm), o (Olive), u (UmberUmbrella bird). When you hear the soundclap your hands.
count 6 penniesIdentify other coins
Coke Rewards for SchoolFor the School:Place these items in thelittle wooden basket bythe door.Box Tops for EducationalSuppliesWe are beginning to col-lect used soft and hardcover books for our bookfair in November. Drop your books off in the boxoutside of the classroom.
November 8, 2010
Collecting Used Book Fair
Homework to Do With Your Child