Tonight's homework looks like this:
Counting things reinforces the counting sequence and is an easy way to investigate the world using numerical concepts like "greater than" "more" "less" "smallest" and so on.
Tonight's homework gets your child going in an easy way. Encourage your child to take larger or smaller steps (we did this in class) to see how it affects the final count. If you miss the due date, I encourage you to do it anyway.
Savannah's dad, Spencer, taught Savannah how to ride a bike over the weekend. She showed off her new skills today. She rode with poise and confidence. Congratulations to both Spencer and Savannah.
We made this chart of birthday months today. Help your child discover the answers to questions about the chart to help him or her learn to interpret information shown on chart like this. Suggested questions:
(Remember, your child will probably need some help—like reading the names of the months—to answer these questions.)
Which month has the most kindergartners birthdays?
Which two months are tied for second place?
Three months have three kindergarten birthdays. Which are they?
Which months have only one birthday in them?
Mr. Gurney added his card after school. What month is his birthday?
Look at the word, "August" on the chart in the photo. What's the third letter?