Miss Jess' Page
To the 2020 Summer Session!!
Week of July 6th
Print 2 copies and make a beach ball match!
- Pail and Shovel
- Beach Bag
and color them!
Plastic Cup Castles: Try to build the same castle shown in the picture using cups. Is your castle big or small? Count how many cups you used to make your castle before it falls down!
Paper Plate Beach Ball
You will need
- 1 Paper plate
- Construction paper
- 1 marker
This is a great sorting/fine motor activity
- Use those little fingers to rip different colored construction paper
- Then have your child sort the pieces by color on their beach ball
** If needed, glue one piece of each color on the plate so yourchild can match the other pieces**
Letter of the week:M
What does Miss Jess need for the beach?
Alphabet Soup Time!
Week of July 13th
-UNDER THE SEA-
Ocean Words: point to/label each picture
O is for Octopus Craft: Make sure your octopus has sticky suckers!
Count/Label the Sea Creatures and Find How Many
SONGS AND VIDEOS
Catch a Fish worksheet: Trace and color
Octopus Worksheet: Use a hole puncher and make a hole on each dot. Those little hands may get tired, hand over hand assistance is perfectly fine:)
Letter of the Week: O
Week of July 20
Label the different colored diamonds from the pirates treasure box!
- How many diamonds do you see?
Hands on Activities
Follow the dotted line with your marker to a colored circle.
When you reach the circle, put your marker down and go find an object the same color.
Return the object and place it on the treasure map.
Continue tracing the dotted line until you reach the next colored circle.
Letter of the Week: X
"X Marks the Spot!"
Week of July 27th
What do we see when we go camping?
On your mark, get set, COUNT!
I-Spy at the Campground!
Build a tent, get cozy and read a good book!
Make a S'more
Letter of the week:
Week of August 3rd
1. What does crocodile love to eat?
2. What did the crocodile swallow?
3. How does crocodile feel?
How many numbers can you count?
Make a sandwich and Eat it on a picnic!
Guide them through the activity with the “sequence language” of“next, then what, and last” while making thesandwich.
For example, if you’re making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich:
- What should we do first? Get out the bread and put it on a plate.
- What comes next after we have the bread? Put the peanut butteron both sides.
- And then what? Now put the jelly on too.
- What should we do last? Put the bread together and eat it!
FINALLY, IT’S IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER:
There is no exact order to follow. Your child might say “get thebread, peanut butter, and jelly” first.
Or they might add the jelly next instead of the peanut butter… helpthem keep the general order but don’t betoo legalistic about itand have fun!
This is an important skill they are learning and will help lead themto more independence!
Letter of the Week: W
Week of August 10th
1. What is Groovy Joe eating?
2. Who did Groovy Joe share with?
3. What do they use to eat their ice cream
3. What does a dinosaur say?
Its awesome to _______ (share!)
Things to Do:
Letter of the Week: I
Cut and Paste