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February Homework

# February Homework

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Choose 5 activities to complete each week. Please remember that Homelink, Poetry Journals, and Read and Review are NOT optional. Poetry Journal’s MUST be turned in on Thursday!! Initial each activity box that is completed and return in to school on March 1st.

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday
Family Project: (see attached) Project Due: 2/4/2012

Thursday
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Friday

Saturday
Go on a loose change hunt. Count up how many of each coin you found.

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project needs to be turned in by 2/5)

3 Play a board game with your family 10 Make valentines for your favorite people

4 Practice writing the letter S, upper and lower case 11 Practice writing the letter B, upper and lower case 18 Practice writing the letter P, upper and lower case 25 Practice writing the letter R, upper and lower case

5 Homelink 5.9 Car Color Tally

6 Play Pig (see attached) Poetry Journal

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9 Practice counting by 5’s to 50. 16

12 Practice Writing Numbers 1-100

13 Play Meltdown (see attached)

Poetry Journal

Take 100 steps around your house
22 23 Write 5 addition number sentences and solve them

Make your bed and a family members bed

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19 Homelink 6.3 Solid Shape Museum 26 Practice counting to 100 by 10’s

Practice writing the alphabet using only lowercase letters

20 Poetry Journal

21 Read & Review 28 Poetry Journal

24 Teach your family the Willow Way

27 Practice writing your last name 3X

Name______________________

Book It Minute Count ___

Earth or Alien Word Game
The object of the game is to determine whether the letters that are rolled with three dice are Earth words (like “cat”) or Alien words (like “tep”). Attached you will find three dice patterns. Have your child color the two dice with consonants- Blue and the dice with vowels (A, E, I, O, and U)- Red. Then cut apart the dice and assemble. Take turns rolling the three dice. Arrange them in Blue, Red, Blue order. Then have your child sound out the cubes and determine whether it is an “Earth” word or if it is an “Alien” word. Have your child write down the word in the appropriate column on the game sheet. **This is a great way to get students to sound out words and blend them together. Students have been taught strategies such as “chopping” up sounds/words and “stretching” out words for blending.

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Earth Words or Alien Words

February Family Project