Learning at Home
These are some great ways to continue the learning at home!

•  Create flashcards and practice spelling words nightly. 
•  Read with your child for a minimum of 20 minutes per night.
•  Ask your child questions about what they read. 
•  Practice reading and writing sight words. 
•  Go to the library!
•  Use the internet:
   •  Starfall
   •  ABCya
   •  Epic
   •  ABC Mouse
   •  Storyline Online

•  Keep a writing journal.
•  Practice writing sentences.
•  Rainbow write letters and sight words with different colored crayons.
•  Write letters to friends and family members.
•  Write stories about photographs you take together or pictures you draw.
•  Save writing as the year goes on to see how much their writing progresses!

•  Create flashcards for addition and subtraction within 20.
•  Practice counting objects in lines and scattered objects.
•  Count by ones, twos, fives, and tens.
•  Discuss 2D and 3D shapes you see in the world.
•  Measure real-world objects with rulers and other units of measurement.
•  Point out the time on both digital and analog clocks when they are on the hour and half hour.
•  Name and count pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.