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Home Activities

Home activities are activities you can do with your child at home to reinforce what is being taught at school. Each month, there will be a list of themes, numbers, letters, etc., that the class is working on. There will be a list of activities for you to do with your child.


Home and School Connection

Letters and Numbers

Review letters X, Y, and Z.
Review numbers 1 through 10.


  • Fine Motor Skills:

    A great way to practice fine motor skills is by encouraging your child to help you with making dinner. Easy tasks that they can do are measuring ingredients, stirring the bowl, pinching flour, or rolling dough. These tasks will increase muscle strength and help them gain control.
  • Large Motor Skills:

    Summer is approaching, so drag out those slip and slides and turn on the sprinklers. Have your child fill buckets with water to carry across the yard in a race or hang up a white sheet and let them paint outdoors with their hands, arms, and legs!
  • Here is a great website for summer activities to try at home:
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