Under the Sea – Lesson 2 – Sight Words

Writing in sand helps children remember skills better than just writing on paper. DIY sand trays save you money, too! Under the Sea – Lesson 2 I can read sight words. Objective: To read sight words: then, was, when, help. (RF.K.3) Materials: sight word cards,...

Pioneer Days – Lesson 14 – Writing Prompt Book 3 Rags

Today your child will write her own funny story about that silly dog, Rags. Pioneer Days – Lesson 14 I can write about Rags. Objective: To use inventive writing to write a story. (W.K.1) Materials: journal, pencil, crayons Procedures: Talk about how Rags got...

Barnyard Buddies – Lesson 6 – Sight Words

To go along with the book, The Pig, your child will be tactile writing in “mud”. But this mud will be finger-licking good because it will actually be chocolate frosting! Barnyard Buddies – Lesson 6 I can read the sight word: she Objective: To read...

Jumping Jungle – Lesson 5 – Letter Xx

Using a small chalkboard is a fun and easy way to teach your child to form letter x. Jumping Jungle – Lesson 5 “I can identify letter x and the /x/ sound.” Objective: To identify letter x and the /x/ sound. (RF.K. 1, RF.K.3) Materials: letter x...

Jungle Safari – Lesson 12 – Tactile Writing

Here is a tactile writing lesson to go along with the book, Tubs. Spelling cvc words in peanut butter* is fun and yummy! Jungle Safari – Lesson 12 “I can write cvc words.” Objective: To write cvc words. (RF.K.2) Materials: large styrofoam tray,...