Home Learning - Day 7

Posted: November 9, 2021

Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 

Good morning students and families!  

Today is our seventh day of Home Learning. Here are today’s activities. 


Language Arts: 

1) Alphabet Review - Alphabet Song  - Have Fun Teaching (4:37) 

2) Letter g 

This week we are introducing the letter g. Gg makes the sound /g/ (guh). Remember Gordo Gorilla pounds his chest when he makes the sound. 

Video - "The Letter G Song" by ABCmouse.com 

 3) Letter Gg Hunt – Go on a Gg hunt in your house. Where can you find the letter Gg in your house? Try looking at in books, food labels (cereal boxes), etc. 



This week we are learning about subitizing. Subitizing is the ability to instantly recognize, without counting, “how many” in a small set (dots on a dice).  

1) Another way to practice subitizing is using your fingers. With a partner, take turns holding up different arrangements representing numbers. See how quickly you can identify how many fingers without counting. 

2)  Subitize Country Style | Subitizing up to 5 | Math Song for Kids Jack Hartmann 


Fine Motor: Practice making letter g and the numeral 5 

If you are able to, put a thin layer of salt, sugar or sand on a plate. Practice proper formation for the letter g and numeral 5. To make a lowercase g, start like a c and go up and then down with a hook. Remember to make the numeral correctly – neck, belly, flat hat 


It is important to read to your child each day and have them go outside for physical activity. 


Check out Mr. MacKinnon’s Teacher Page for some fun and creative ideas to stay physically active!  

Check out Mrs. Page’s Teacher Page for some songs and activities for Music. 


*If you have difficulty opening any link or website, right click and click “Open Link” or hover over the link (Press ctrl & double click) 

*Retakes and sibling photos are online when you login to your account at jordanpinder.gotphoto.com and use the access codes that were previously sent home. 


Thanks for supporting us in Home Learning.  It’s been great to receive some photos & emails letting me know how you are doing. 

Please remember to reach out if you have any questions.