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Posted: January 28, 2022

Friday, January 28th, 2022 

Good News – We will be welcoming back students on Monday! We can’t wait to see you!! 

 

Here are today’s activities for our 13th day of Home Learning. 

 

 Language Arts: 

Letter Nn - This week we are introducing the letter Nn. Nn makes the sound /n/. This sound is made with the mouth slightly opened, with the tongue pushing up towards the roof of the mouth and against the back of the front teeth. Nigel Nightowl makes big owl eyes – use your hands to make big circles in front of your eyes as you make the sound. 

 

Letter Nn Activities: 

Go on a hunt in your home for things that start with n. For example: napkins, numbers, nightlight, noodles, nuggets, notes, etc.  

Writing: On the second page of your Home Learning journal, write a sentence using the item you found that starts with n. You can use the sight words to help form your sentence. Remember, a sentence is made up of many words and not just one. Examples of a sentence might be:I like nuggets or I like to eat nuggets. Eat is a tricky word to write because the a is silent.When you are writing a new word, say the word many times and write the sounds you hear when you say it. What sound do you hear first? What is the next sound you hear when you say the word again? Try your best!Remember to include finger spaces between the words.  

 

Sight Words 

Activity: Today we are going to review all of the sight words we have introduced so far. They are:  

I see a am at can go is like 

In your home learning packet, take out the “Read, Build, Write” sheet, along with the 9 sight word cards from the above list. Follow the directions on the sheet and use the letter cards to complete the activity for each word. 

 

Art:This week we talked about the letter n and community helpers. Today we are going to draw a picture of a nurse. Check out this video for step by step instructions: How To Draw Cartoon Nurse - YouTube 

Extension Activity if you want to try: Write the sentence “I see the nurse” or “I go to see a nurse”.  

 

Math: 

Activity: In your packet, take out the Artic Animal Count and Graph. There are 4 different animals to count. Pick a different crayon to color each type of animal. This will help to count how many of each animalyou see in the picture. In the graph at the bottom of the page, color each box to show how many of each animal there are. For example, there are 8 bears so color 8 boxes after the bear picture and then print the numeral 8. Complete the graph for the other animals. Which animal do you see the most? Which animal do you see the fewest?  

Extension if you want to try: Compare some items at home and set them out on the floor like a picture graph. You can use blocks and compare colors or you can compare trucks to cars. These are just some examples to try. Which item do you have the most of? Fewest? 

 

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!  

 

Please send back the Home Learning packets on Monday to be placed in the student’s binders. 

 

We want to say a HUGE thank you for all of your support with Home Learning! 

 

 

 

 

Posted: January 27, 2022

Thursday, January 27th, 2022 

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 13th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

 Language Arts: 

Letter Nn - This week we are introducing the letter Nn. Nn makes the sound /n/. This sound is made with the mouth slightly opened, with the tongue pushing up towards the roof of the mouth and against the back of the front teeth. Nigel Nightowl makes big owl eyes – use your hands to make big circles in front of your eyes as you make the sound. 

Letter Nn Activities: 

Today we are going to practice printing the lowercase n. Start by printing one line down, from top to bottom. Then, go back up the line and make one hump. Remember you can practice printing the letter n first by using your finger to make n in the air or on a table. You can also practice printing n with your finger on someone’s back or on the palm of your hand! 

 

Next, take out the Nigel Nightowl sheet and print 10 nifty n’s around the nightowl. Then color Nigel the best you can, trying to stay in the lines.  

 

Sight Words:The new words for List 3 are:        go       is        like 

Today we are going to practice the word “like”. In your Home Learning packet, take out the bubblegum “like” sheet. First look at the bubblegum machine and color the letters to spell the word “like”. Then on the bottom on the bubblegum machine, highlight or circle all of the “like” words. There are 6 of them. Then complete the rest of the “like” activities on the sheet.  

Next, find the “like” reading sheet with sentences in your packet. Find the word “like” in each sentence. How many are there? Look at the pictures to help solve new words and remember to look at the beginning and ending sounds in the new words too. Point to the words and read each sentence.  

 

Reading: Take out the Community Helpers book in your packet. Can you think of some people who work in our community? Brainstorm some ideas before looking at the book. Open the book and look at the pictures. As you look at each page, try to find the sight words I, am, athroughout the book. The word I in this book looks like a lowercase l because it is missing the top and bottom of the capital I. Sometimes we seeI written like this. Carefully read through the book,trackingthe words with your finger and using the pictures to solve the new words.  

Math: 

Number 7 Activity: 

Use any small objects from home and create sets of 7--> 0+7, 1+6, 2+5, 3+4. How many are in each set? Which set is the largest? Which set is the smallest? How many do you have altogether? A helpful way to create sets is by taking a piece of paper or paper plate and drawing a line down the middle. Using your 7 objects, create two sets, one on each side of the line. This will help to clearly see how many are in each set.  

 

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!  

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit- until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

 Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

 Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 26, 2022

Wednesday, January 26th, 2022 

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 12th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

 Language Arts: 

Alphabet Review: ABC Song: The Letter N, "You Need an N" by StoryBots | Netflix Jr - YouTube(right click on link to open) 

 

 Letter Nn - This week we are introducing the letter Nn. Nn makes the sound /n/. This sound is made with the mouth slightly opened, with the tongue pushing up towards the roof of the mouth andagainst the back ofthe front teeth. Nigel Nightowl makes big owl eyes – use your hands to make big circles in front of your eyes as you make the sound. 

Letter Nn Activities: 

Today you are going to hunt for the letter n in your home. Check in books, magazines, flyers, food labels, games, and see how many you can find. As you findeach letter n, count as you go. Challenge someone at home to find the letter n too. Who found the most? Who found the fewest? 

 

Sight Words:  The new words for List 3 are:        go      is        like 

Today we are going to practice the word “is”. Take out the Rainbow roll and write sheet from your packet. You will need crayons or markers for this activity and a die. Follow the instructions at the top of the sheet.  

Next, take out the “They Want Love” reading sheet. Find the word “is” throughout the poem and then point and read each word in the sentence. Practice this a couple of times.  

 

Math: 

Number 7 Activity: 

In your packet-Take out the Number 7 Train sheet and complete.  

 

Next, make 2-3 collections of 7 items in your home. Some examples might be crayons, toys, shoes, socks, etc. Compare the collections of objects you found. Is the size of the collection different? For example, if you have a collection of 7 chocolate chips and a collection of 7 shoes, the collection of shoes is larger even though the amount of items is the same in each collection.  

 

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!  

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit- until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

 Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

 Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 25, 2022

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022 

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 11th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

 Language Arts: 

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 Letter Nn - This week we are introducing the letter Nn. Nn makes the sound /n/. This sound is made with the mouth slightly opened, with the tongue pushing up towards the roof of the mouth andagainst the back ofthe front teeth. Nigel Nightowl makes big owl eyes – use your hands to make big circles in front of your eyes as you make the sound. 

Letter Nn Activities: 

In your Home Learning packet, take out the letter n mini book and fold it into a booklet. Look at each picture in the book and name what it is. Then, point and read each word in the book aloud to someone at home. 

 

Rhyming practice:Words that rhyme have the same sound at the end of the words. For example, cat rhymes with hat. They have the –at sound at the end of each word.  

Can you think of a word that rhymes with bear? Can you think of a word that rhymes with look? Words that rhyme can be real words or nonsense words.  

 

Sight Words:  The new words for List 3 are:        go      is        like 

Today we are going to practice the word “go”. In your Home Learning packet, take out the sheet titled “Highlight it” with the word go. Highlight or color the word “go” throughout the passage.  

Next, take out the sheet titled “Where I Go”. First, find the word “go” in each sentence. Look at the pictures and name what you see. Using your finger, point and read each sentence using the pictures to solve the unknown words. Today when you are reading the new words, look at the entire word carefully and listen for the beginning and ending sound of the words. For example, park begins with the /p/ sound and ends with the /k/ sound.  

 

Math: 

Number 7 Activity: 

In your packet- Find the Seven Birds sheet and count and color 7 birds in each nest. Be careful some nests have more than 7 birds, so you won’t have to color all the birds. 

Number practice:Using the green number cards in your home learning packet, put the numbers in order from 0 – 10. Have someone at home point to a number and tell them the number that comes before and after. For example, if they point to 5, the number before 5 is 4 and the number after 5 is 6. Practice this with all of the numbers on the cards.  

Extension: Challenge someone at home by asking them what comes before and after a number and check if they are correct!  

 

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!  

 

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit- until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

 Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

 Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 24, 2022

Monday, January 24th, 2022 

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 10th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

 Language Arts: 

Alphabet Review Letter N Song - YouTube  (right click on link to open) 

 

 Letter Nn - This week we are introducing the letter Nn. Nn makes the sound /n/. This sound is made with the mouth slightly opened, with the tongue pushing up towards the roof of the mouth and against the back ofthe front teeth. Nigel Nightowl makes big owl eyes – use your hands to make big circles in front of your eyes as you make the sound. 

 

Letter Nn Activities: 

  1. Do you have an Nn in your name? Does anyone in your family have an Nn in their name? What about your classmates’ names? Can you make a list of other words that begin with /n/? 

  1. In your new home learning packet, please take out the Help the Nurse Find Her Necklace beginning sounds sheet. Color the pictures that begin with /n/.  

 

Sight Words:Today we are introducing our new sight words for this week. You will find these words in your new Home Learning packet on the pink index card. The new words for List 3 are: go is like 

In the new Home Learning packet, take out the sheet titled “Read, Build, Write” and the sight word go from the baggie. Put the sight word in the top box beside Read. Next, use the letters tiles in the other baggie to build the word in the box below. Then, use a dry erase marker to practice printing the word go. You can also use this activity sheet to practice the other sight words that we have introduced so far.  

 

Writing – In your home learning packet, take out your new My Home Journal. On the first page inside the booklet, write about your favourite thing to do in the winter. Think about it first and then draw a picture. Next write a simple sentence, with help, about your picture. Some favourite winter activities might be: sliding, skating, snowmobiling, building a snowman, building a fort, making snow angels, etc. Try to remember to put finger spaces between each word in the sentence. Also, use the sounds you know to write new words. What is the beginning sound in the word you want to write? Sample sentence: “I can go sliding.” 

 

 Math: 

Number 7: 

In your packet- Find the Sevens Only sheet and color in the boxes with the numeral 7.   

Practice counting to seven by collecting seven items in your home (Example- 7 toys; 7 socks; 7 crayons...etc). If you have a calendar to look at, you can count the 7 days in a week. 

Number practice: Using the green number cards in your home learning packet, put the numbers in order from 0 – 10. Practice counting forward and backward. 

 

 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! He has added a Ten Day Dance Unit that students can try at home. 

 

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit- until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

 Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

 Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 21, 2022

Friday, January 21st, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 9th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

Letter Mm: 

This week we are introducing the letter m. Mm makes the sound /m/. This sound is made by pressing your lips together and making a humming sound.  

Activities:Go on a hunt and find items in your home that start with m. (milk, mittens, mixer, microwave, mommy, etc) 

For an alphabet review, take out the Letter Trace sheet found in a previous Home Learning packet for a visual and find any letter in the alphabet throughout your home.Tell someone the name of the letter and the sound it makes. Bonus if you can think of something that begins with that letter! If you do not have the sheet, you can pick any letters in the alphabet you can think of.  

Writing: Using one of the things you found that start with m, draw it the best you can and write a sentence to go with it using your sight words. Some examples might be “I can see a mitten” or “I see milk”.  

 

Sight Words:  

This week’s sight words are:am at can  

Practice reading these words a couple of times throughout the day. 

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In your Home Learning packet, complete “Super Star Sight Words can sheet. Then, take out the “can” reading sheet and read each sentence, carefully pointing to each word as you read.  

 

Art: Draw a picture of Max the Moose. You can draw it as best as you can on your own or you can check out this video for a step by step drawing of how to draw a moose.  

Do the best you can! I hope to see your pictures when we return to school.  

Extension Activity if you want to try: Write the sentence “I can see Max the Moose” with your picture.  

 

Math: 

You can also check out this video if you want to practice counting back from 20 

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Activities: Practice counting backwards from 10-1. Then with a partner, count backwards, taking turns saying the next number. For example, you say 10 and your partner says 9, you say 8, etc. For an extra challenge, start counting backwards starting at a number bigger than 10. For example, start at 14 and count down until you get to 1.  

 

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

Squiggle Park – don't forget to check out Squiggle Park for lots of great literacy activities. You can log in using the information that was sent home earlier in the year.  

 

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

 

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit - until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 20, 2022

Thursday, January 20th, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 8th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

Alphabet Video: ABC Song: The Letter M, "The Mighty M" by StoryBots | Netflix Jr - YouTube(Right click on link to open) 

 

Letter Mm: 

This week we are introducing the letter m. Mm makes the sound /m/. This sound is made by pressing your lips together and making a humming sound.  

Activity:Go on a letter m hunt at home! Take out your favorite story books or use magazines or food labels and find as many letter ms as you can! How many can you find? Challenge someone at home to see if they can find the letter m too. Who found the most?  

 

Sight Words: Our Sight words are: am at can 

In your Home Learning packet, take out the bubblegum “at” sheet. First look at the bubblegum machine and color the letters to spell the word at. On the bottom of the machine, highlight or circle all of the “at” words. You should find 5 of them. Then, complete the rest of the “at” activities on the sheet. 

Next, take out the “at” reading sheet. Point and read each word in the sentences. You can color a star each time you read a sentence.  

 

Reading:Take out the Snowman Colors book in the baggie. Have someone read the book aloud to you.Follow the instructions to complete the color pattern throughout the book. Then read the book aloud to someone. You can practice this book a couple of times throughout this week.   

 

Math: 

Activity:Practice counting aloud with someone at home. Take turns saying the number that comes next in the sequence. For example, if you say 1, the next person says 2, then you say 3, and so on. You can practice counting forward with your partner back and forth starting at one or from any other number. For example, start counting at 3 and stop at 10. Practice this a few times. 

Game:Caterpillar Ordering - An Ordering and Sequencing Game (topmarks.co.uk)(right click on link) Click on the picture of the game. To play the ordering game, click on Forwards 1-5. To play the sequencing game, click on Counting in Ones 1-10. When playing the sequencing game, you will notice that the numbers do not always start at 1. Look at the first number carefully and fill in the missing numbers.  

 

Don’t forget to read to your child each day and have them go outside for physical activity if it’s not too cold. 

 

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

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit - until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

We hope you are enjoying the Home Learning activities and want to thank you again for your continued support. Please reach out if you have any questions.  

 

Posted: January 19, 2022

Wednesday, January 19th, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 7th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

 

Letter Mm: 

This week we are introducing the letter m. Mm makes the sound /m/. This sound is made by pressing your lips together and making a humming sound.  

Activities: 

Today we are going to practice printing the lowercase m. Start by printing one line down, from top to bottom. Then go back up the line and make one hump and back up to make another hump. You can practice printing m using your finger first and print it on a table or in the air.  

Next, take out your mouse sheet and print 10 marvelous letter ms around the mouse.You can color your mouse however you like when you finish the printing. 

 

Sight Words:  

This week’s sight words are:am at can  

Practice reading these words a couple of times throughout the day. 

In your Home Learning packet, complete “Sight Word am” sheet.  

 

Reading: On the back of the “Sight word am” sheet, read the sight word story “am”- every time you read the story you can color a star at the bottom. Point to each word as you read the sentences.  

 

Math: 

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Activities: Today we are going to review patterns. We can make patterns with objects, shapes, and colors. An AB pattern might look like this: purple, orange, purple, orange, purple, orange, etc. It has two repeating parts. The repeating part (core) of this pattern is purple, orange. An ABC pattern has 3 repeating parts. It might look like this: triangle, star, circle, triangle, star, circle, triangle, star, circle, etc. The repeating part (core) of this pattern is triangle, star, circle.  

Today, tryto make an ABC pattern at home. You can use objects (toys, macaroni, food, etc) or make a color pattern using crayons or markers. Can you tell someone at home what the repeating part (core) of the pattern is? 

 

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

Squiggle Park – don't forget to check out Squiggle Park for lots of great literacy activities. You can log in using the information that was sent home earlier in the year.  

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

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit - until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 18, 2022

 

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 6th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

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Letter Mm: 

This week we are introducing the letter m. Mm makes the sound /m/. This sound is made by pressing your lips together and making a humming sound.  

Activities: 

In your Home Learning packet, take out your letter Mm mini book sheet and fold into a booklet. First, look at each picture in the book and name it. Next, point and read each word. Practice reading the book aloud to someone at home. You can also read to your pet or your favoritestuffie! 

 

Sight Words: Today we are introducing our new words from List 2. These words are found on the index card with the List 1 words. The new words are: am at can 

One way to practice recognizing the sight words is by writing them down on a piece of paper. Then point and read them aloud, and have your child point to the word when you say it.  Say the words in different orders. You can also add the words from last week when practicing this way too! 

 

Writing:From your Home Learning packet, take out the sheet “I see the snowman”. Point and read each word. Then copy each word of the sentence on the lines. Remind your child that we put finger spaces between words so that we can read the words clearly. At the bottom of the page, draw a snowman.   

 

Math: 

Activity:Using any small objects from home (macaroni, Lego, buttons, etc.) create sets of 6 --> 0+6, 1+5, 2+4, 3+3. How many are in each set? What is the total number? For example, 1 button + 5 buttons = 6 buttons in total. Show someone at home all of the combinations of 6 that you can make.  

 

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!  

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit - until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

We hope you are enjoying the Home Learning activities and want to thank you again for your continued support. Please reach out if you have any questions.  

Posted: January 17, 2022

Monday, January 17th, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 5th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

Alphabet Video: Letter M Song  (Right click on link to open) 

 

Letter Mm: 

This week we are introducing the letter m. Mm makes the sound /m/. This sound is made by pressing your lips together and making a humming sound.  

Activities: 

Do you have an Mm in your name? Does anyone in your family have an Mm in their name? Do your classmates have an Mm in their name? Next, think of some things that begin with the Mm sound.  

In your Home Learning packet, take out the sheet titled Help Mouse Find his Mittens. Look at all of the pictures, say the picture names, and color the pictures that start with Mm.  

Sight Words:Review sight words from List 1 – I see a 

Remember to read these words out of order too! 

Complete “Super Sight Word: asheet 

Reading: sight word story “a”- every time you read the story you can color a star at the bottom. Point to each word as you read the sentences.  

Video: I Love Learning Sight Words | A | Jack Hartmann Sight Words (right click the link to open) 

 

Math: 

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Practice printing numeral 6 using a pencil, crayon, marker, etc. Always start at the top. In a previous packet that was sent home, there is a tracing numerals sheet 1-10 that can be used to practice as well (called Number Trace using a dry erase marker). 

 

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

 

Squiggle Park – don't forget to check out Squiggle Park for lots of great literacy activities. You can log in using the information that was sent home earlier in the year.  

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

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit - until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

 

Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 14, 2022

Friday, January 14th, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 4th day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

Alphabet Review:ABC Jamboree by StoryBots   (Right click on link to open) 

We are finishing up with the letter Ll today! 

 

Letter Ll Activities: 

Go on a letter hunt and look for the letter Ll or items that begin with /l/ in your home. (lemon, lamp, light, etc.) 

 

Writing: 

Today we are going to write about something that we love that begins with /l/. For example, “I love lemonade.”  “I love ladybugs.” Draw a picture to go with your story. 

 

Sight Words: 

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Our sight words for this week are: see a 

 

Reading:

In your home learning packet, take out the sight word reading sheet for practicing reading the word see. ( I see my dog.) Practice reading while pointing to the words and using the pictures.  

Next, on the back of the reading sheet, complete the activities for the word see.  

 

Math 

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In your home learning packet, please complete the Count the Hot Chocolate! Sheet. Remember when filling in ten frames we fill the top row first then bottom left to right.  

 

It is important to read to your child each day and have them go outside for physical activity- hopefully it will be warmer today. 

Squiggle Park – don't forget to check out Squiggle Park for lots of great literacy activities. You can log in using the information that was sent home earlier in the year.  

Check out Mr. MacKinnon’s Teacher Page for some fun and creative ideas to stay physically active! He has added a Ten Day Dance Unit that students can try at home. 

 

Any completed work can be stored in the Home Learning Kit - until we return to in person learning at school to be placed in their binders. 

Once again, thank you for all your support during this challenging time of Home Learning. 

Any questions or anything you would love to share please send an email. 

Posted: January 13, 2022

Thursday, January 13th, 2022  

Good morning students and families!   

Today is our 3rd day of Home Learning in 2022. 

Here are today’s activities. 

 

Language Arts: 

Letter Ll - This week we are learning about the letter l. Ll makes the sound /l/. This sound is made in the mouth - with the tongue pushing up against your top front teeth. Lizzy Lizard lays her body on a log as she makes the sound. 

 

Letter Ll Activities: 

In your home learning packet, take out the sheet with the picture of the lizard. Practice printing 10 lovely letter ls around the picture of the lizard. Remember to start at the top and go down in a straight line. Color the lizard. :) 

Sight Words   

Our sight words for this week are:seea 

Practice sheet - In your home learning packet, take out the sight word sheet for practicing reading the word I. (I paint, I eat, etc.) Practice reading while pointing to the words and using the pictures. Next, complete the activity sheet titled SuperSight Word:I