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Bedtime Learning Book

Bedtime Learning Book

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Published by Richele McFarlin
Have your child fill in the pages to learn basics skills. Then read it nightly to reinforce counting, ABCs, telephone number, home address, etc.
Have your child fill in the pages to learn basics skills. Then read it nightly to reinforce counting, ABCs, telephone number, home address, etc.

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Published by: Richele McFarlin on Feb 10, 2013
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My Bedtime
Learning Book
I made “Bedtime Learning” books with all four of my children. Each loved their special
book while I loved how easy it was to teach basic lessons. We would take just a few
minutes each night to go over their books. Acquiring basic learning knowledge such as
phone number, address, letters, counting, and more, was effortless . The reinforcement
of basic lessons was amazing and thus my inspiration for My Bedtime Learning Book.

This book is to reinforce basic preschool and Kindergarten lessons in an effortless and fun
manner. It is not intended to replace a lesson, study, or curriculum.

To make your child’s special bedtime learning book, simply print out the pages and
complete the activities. Place in a binder or staple the pages together. Use the next
page as the title page for your book.

Feel free to add to it or rearrange the lessons as it suits your child.

Thank you for your purchase and please continue to visit Little Apples School for more
fun activities, unit studies, and copywork books.

Thank you,













My name is_________________________________________.

My eyes are_________________________________________.

My hair is____________________________________________.
Paste or draw a picture of yourself.


My address is___________________________________________

________________________________________________________

Draw Your Home.
I go to bed at _____ o’clock.
Have your child draw the hands of the clock to reflect the statements
below.
I wake up at ________o’clock.
My birthday is _____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________

On my next birthday, I will be ________years old.

What do you want for your birthday?
What is your home phone number?
________________________________________________________________

Other numbers I need to practice:

Mom’s cell:___________________________________________________
Dad’s cell:____________________________________________________
Grandma and Grandpa:_______________________________________
Emergency: 911_______________________________________________
Other:_________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
Practice keying in important phone numbers. The practice will reinforce
memorization. Only work on one number at a time.
What colors do you see?
Which color is your favorite?
What letter does each color start with?
Name an object that is orange, red, purple, yellow, blue, and green.
Let’s Learn Colors
Red, yellow and blue are primary colors.

Did you know if you mix two primary colors you make a new color? Which
colors make orange? Which make green? Which make purple?
Color Mixing
What is this shape?
Name as many things as you can that are in the shape of a circle.
What color is the circle?
What letter does circle start with?
What is this shape?
Name as many things as you can that are in the shape of a square?
What color is the square?
How many sides does the square have?
What letter does square start with?
What is this shape?
Name as many things as you can that are in the shape of a rectangle.
What color is the rectangle?
How many sides does the rectangle have?
What letter does rectangle start with?
What is this shape?
Name as many things as you can that are in the shape of a triangle?
What color is the triangle?
How many sides does a triangle have?
What letter does triangle start with?
What is this shape?
Name as many things as you can that are in the shape of a star?
What color is the star?
How many points does a star have?
What letter does star start with?
Point to the letters as you sing your ABCs.

My name starts with a/an ______.

Point to the letters that spell your name.
Short Vowel Sounds are essential to chlldren’s
early reading and writing skills. Short vowels
are typically taught before long vowels.
Letter A.

Words that begin with letter “A” that have the short vowel sound:
Alligator, Ant, Apple

Words that have the short “A” sound in them:
Cat, Ran, Ram

Can you think of anymore?

Letter E

Words that begin with “E” that have the short vowel sound:
Elephant, Enter, Empty

Words that have the short “E” sound in them:
Ten, Dress, Deck

Can you think of more?
Letter I

Words that begin with the letter I That have the short vowel sound:
Igloo, Insect, Iguana

Words that have the short I sound in them:
Fish, Pig, Wig

Can you think of more?
Letter O

Words that begin with the letter “O” that have the short vowel sound:
Ox, Octopus, Olive

Words that have the short “O” sound in them:
Dog, Hop, Socks

Can you think of more?
Letter U

Words that begin with the letter “U” that have the short vowel sound:
Umbrella, Under, Umpire

Words that have the short “U” sound in them:
Rug, Duck, Sun

Can you think of more?
Practice counting to 10. Once your child can recognize the numbers and
count, move on by asking your child to point to the numbers that make up 11,
25, 44, etc. Practice addition by adding two bugs with four bugs and so on.
How many fingers do you see? Count with me.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Ten fingers. You can count to
ten. Can you count on your own?
Count the red buttons. How many green buttons are
there?
Count as many buttons as you can!
Color the 2’s GREEN
Color the 5’s BLUE
Color the 10’s RED


Print out three copies of for the 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s. If you wish to use only one copy then make
sure to color half the square of those numbers in both the 5’s and 10’s set.
Once colored insert back into your Bedtime Learning Book.
Skip Counting
Go over the days in order until the days of the week are memorized.
Once memorized have your child point to days that are meaningful like
the day they visit grandma or go to church or simply the current day.
Draw a picture on your birthday month and important events or
holidays for your family.
Cut out the clock hands and attach to the clock using a brad so the hands move. Keep
the page in your Bedtime Learning Book so your child can practice telling time before
Let’s Learn About Money

What coin is this?
How much is a penny worth?
How many pennies make a nickel, a dime, a quarter?


What coin is this?
How much is a nickel worth?
How many nickels make a dime or a quarter?
How many pennies are in a nickel?

What coin is this?
How much is a dime worth?
How many nickels are in a dime?
How many pennies are in a dime?

What coin is this?
How many nickels are in a quarter?
How many pennies are in a quarter?
Did you know that two dimes and one nickel equal a
quarter?

My Bedtime Learning Book
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