Deanna Haight – Homeroom

EK-K Activity Plan
Week 2: Pets
March 30-April 03, 2020
Day of
Week
Phonics/
Skills
Math Reading
All stories available
on Epic
STEM/ Physical
Education/Art
Monday Standard(s):
K.RF.(d)
Parents say these
3 words to your
child and have
them tell you which
ones have the
same beginning
sound.
-bird, bug, slug
-frog, dog, fish
-rat, cow, cat
-pig, goat, puppy
*Please log in to
your Lexia for 10
minutes.
Standard(s):
K.CC.A.1
As you count from
1-10 make your
body smaller and
smaller until you
are crouched
down. Then,
count backward
from 10-0, getting
bigger & bigger.
When you reach 0
BLAST OFF!
Jump as high as
you can.
Practice this 3
times.
*Log in and work
on your
iknowit.com
assignment.
Standard(s):
K.RI.1
K.RI.4
Read: My First
Pet: Birds
Check for
understanding:
What is a perch ?
Why do birds
need toys in their
cage?
How often does a
pet bird need
fresh water?
Standard(s):
K.L.1U1.6
Draw a picture of
a pet bird you
would like to have
(remember birds
are very colorful).
Tell how you
would take care of
your pet bird.
Tuesday Standard(s):
K.RF.2(b)
Which word
rhymes with…
-eat: beaf or treat
-tail: pail or tall
-beak: peak or ball
-wing: wig or sing
-bowl: hole or boat
*Please log in to
your Lexia for 10
minutes.
Standard(s):
K.CC.B.4
Write the
numerals 1-10.
Draw objects to
match each
numeral.
Ex: 7, draw seven
circles.
*Log in and work
on your
iknowit.com
assignment.
Standard(s):
K.RI.1
K.RI.4
Read: My First
Pet: Fish
Check for
understanding:
What do cleaner
fish do?
What are tropical
fish?
What are fish
flakes?
Standard(s):
K.L.1U1.6
Tropical fish are
fish that live in the
ocean. Draw or
paint a picture of
other animals that
live in the ocean.
Ask an adult to
take a picture of
your artwork and
post it in your
portfolio in Class
Dojo.
Wednesday Standard(s):
K.RF.2(c)
Clap your hands
for each syllable in
the following
words:
– gecko (2)
– bearded dragon
(4)
– bask (1)
– ackie (2)
– tank (1)
– iguana (3)
*Please log in to
your Lexia for 10
minutes.
Standard(s):
K.MD.A.1
K.MD.A.2
Using
play-dough,
string, pipe
cleaners, paper,
etc. Make 4
lizards: 2 the
same length, 1
longer, 1 shorter.
*Log in and work
on your
iknowit.com
assignment.
Standard(s):
K.RI.1
Read: My First
Pet: Lizards
Check for
understanding:
Look at the
diagram called
What Does a
Lizard Need? On
page 22.
Name 3 things a
pet lizard needs.
Standard(s):
S7.C2.PO1
Get your body
moving!
Visit
https://vimeo.com/
showcase/68801
06 for a great kids
workout.
Today’s Workout:
Groove it Out!
Thursday Standard(s):
K.RF.2(e)
Experimenting with
initial sounds:
Parents say the
first word, then ask
your child to say
the new word
when you change
the initial sound.
Mat – Change initial
sound to /b/.
Car – Change the
initial sound to /f/.
Tot – Change the
initial sound to /h/.
* Please log in to
your Lexia for 10
minutes.
Standard(s):
K.G.A.1
K.G.B.5
With a piece of
paper, make 3
different pet
animals using
only shapes!
Under each
drawing, write
what kind of pet
and what you’d
name it.
*Log in and work
on your
iknowit.com
assignment.
Standard(s):
K.RI.1
K.RI.4
Read: My First
Pet: Hamsters
Check for
understanding:
What does the
hamster do on the
exercise wheel?
Name two things
you can feed a
hamster?
What does
nocturnal mean?
Standard(s):
S7.C2.PO1
Get your body
moving!
Visit
https://vimeo.com/
showcase/68801
06 for a great kids
workout.
Today’s Workout:
Cool Moves!
Friday Standard(s):
K.RL.10
Recite the
attached rhyme
with your child:
There Was a
Little Turtle
*Please log in to
your Lexia for 10
minutes.
Standard(s):
K.MD.A.1
Shave pets, some
do not. If you have
a pet, measure
how tall/long it is
using something
in your home. If
you do not have a
pet, tell someone
how small or big
your pet would be
using something
in your home.
ome families
*Did you
complete your
iknowit.com
weekly
assignment?
Standard(s):
K.RI.1
K.RI.4
Read: My First
Pet: Turtles
Check for
understanding:
Why does a turtle
need a heat
lamp?
Tell 3 things a
turtle can eat.
Why do turtles
have claws ?
Using a large
plastic bowl or
other container,
play catch. With a
family member,
take turns tossing
a small,soft item
to each other and
try to catch it in
the container.
Suggested items:
sponge ball, small
stuffed animal,
socks tucked into
a ball.