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Wonderful Wednesday

Language: Do you like dinosaurs? Enjoy listening to this alphabet book: The Dinosaur A-Z Math: It’s Jeopardy Day. The answer is 26. What could the questions be? Use this idea as a way to print your ideas on a page of paper. Word Work: Take the five words from...

Terrific Tuesday

Writing: Keep working on your alphabet book. What is the topic of your book? hockey? vehicles? food? Today, do the front cover. Be ready to share it with us on Thursday’s hangout. Reading: Do you like unicorns? Do you know someone who does? This book might give...

Marvelous Monday

This Week’s Poem: I hope you remember this one! Choose five words to use for this week’s “Word Work” activities. Reading and Writing: Starting this week you begin creating your own alphabet book. It will take two weeks, so take your time and do...

The Week of June 8th

Lots of fun activities for the whole family! we’ll start this week making our own alphabet booksin math, we’ll focus on the number ’26’ – in keeping with our alphabet theme!and unicorns, catapults and ice cream – just to keep your...

Fantastic Friday

Writing: What a great day to write another letter! Today, write a thank you letter to someone. Can you think of someone who has done something special for you or who has given you something? Is there a community helper you appreciate for working hard? Write them a...

Thrilling Thursday

It’s Hangout Day!  Bring your clock with you. Be ready to share yesterday’s letter that you wrote. 1:00. meet.google.com/daj-regs-who4:30 : meet.google.com/wnb-xhkw-hie  See you then! Chalk Fun. Here are two ideas to try: Math: Choose some...

Wonderful Wednesday

Storytime: When my son Scott was young, he LOVED otters. This was one of his favourite books. I hope you enjoy it too! Slip the Otter Writing: It’s letter writing time again! Yesterday you wrote a letter to get information. Letters can also tell people things....

Terrific Tuesday

Art: Good writers put ideas into their readers heads. Good writers help us to imagine! Read this week’s poem again. Can you imagine “great white clouds floating by”? What about “All the world is dressed in green.” What could that mean?...

Magnificent Monday

Reading and Writing: It’s the first day of June! A new month! Read this poem several times. It’s a bit tricky so ask a family member for help. Choose your five words for this week’s Word Work. Fun with Chalk: Each day this week I will post a game or...

It’s June!

This week: write some letters or emailshave some fun outside or on the balcony using sidewalk chalkuse your paper clock to tell time to the half-hour