This packet includes work from home assignments. This packet is designed to serve as a review and extra practice. However, please monitor your child as they complete the assignments and fill free to help your child review any pages they find challenging.
In addition, please also continue to read with your child and have your child read independently each day. I am also including some great websites that are free to assist in your child’s learning.
Other ideas to extend learning throughout the day:
Ask your child questions about books they are reading. Have them compare characters, setting, etc. to other books they have read.
Encourage your child to identify a problem they see around them and work to address it whether that means creating a solution, writing a letter, or asking others to help.
Encourage your child to read their favorite books aloud to you, siblings, or a stuffed toy.
Ask everyday math problems like, “ If we buy 3 boxes of juice boxes how many juice boxes will we have?”
Encourage your child to make predictions and then evaluate what happened. Ask, “What do you think will happen if we?”
As coverage of the Coronavirus outbreak in China, other international locations and subsequent positive cases in the United States continues, our school system is fielding an increasing number of questions from anxious parents and residents. (March 2020 Update)
According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, from newborns to college, you can help protect your children from 16 serious diseases by getting them vaccinated. Make sure your kids get any needed vaccines before the back-to-school rush!
As a parent, making sure your children are vaccinated on time is an important step toward ensuring their long-term health. Vaccination also helps protect the health of classmates, friends, relatives, and others in the community.
By following the CDC’s recommended immunization schedule for your children, you help protect them from disease outbreaks.