Here are a few ideas for homework that you can help your child practice.
- Practicing patterning: Make a pattern with silverware - fork, spoon, fork, spoon, fork, spoon, etc.
- Play a rhyming game: How many words can you think of that rhymes with pot (cot, lot, dot), cat(bat, rat, fat), hi, (lie, bye, cry), and see (bee, tree, flea)? Have your child come up with any other words that you can rhyme too.
- Line up several toys, ask your child to tell you which is first, second, third, fourth, etc. Use orindal words.
- Make a list of 5 things that are real and 5 things that are fantasy. (i.e. a teddy bear and a picture of a real bear)
- Sing the song "Days of the Week" sung to Adams Family. We learned it in class. The children learn the seven days of the week with this song.