What else can I do at home?
In Language Arts you can…
♦ READ, READ, READ! “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents…”
♦ TALK ABOUT THE STORIES…Who is the Main Character? How is s/he feeling? What is the setting? What was the problem?
♦ Practice letter recognition with flash cards
♦ Practice sight words, you can use any beginner word list (check online)
♦ Play rhyming games, read poetry, or sing favorite songs together
In Math you can…
♦ Play Classic games, like Candyland or Memory
♦ Sort and pattern with anything around the house or outdoors, like buttons, leaves or pinecones
♦ Write numbers in salt, flour or other sensory material
♦ Practice matching (and get some help with the laundry!) using socks
♦ Work on simple addition and subtraction using story problems (see me for suggestions!)
In Bible you can…
♦ Read it, talk about it, and invest in one or two kid-friendly devotionals…just don’t forget about it!
But Most Importantly…
♦ Spend time together
♦ Make wonderful memories
♦ Schedule a play date or two with friends from school
Is your child beginning to read?
Check out SightWords.com. It is a FREE resource that allows you print Pre-K appropriate sight words, and even generate your own!Sight Words