Week 1

Monday 16th March 2020 - Friday 20th March 2020

INTRODUCTION

Throughout the next few weeks, students are encouraged to continue the fun. Each week students will receive four lessons. Each lesson will be equipped with target areas, activities, sing alongs and much more. 

*Parents, please explore the "Additional Resources" we have provided on the 'Curriculum Activities' page to access more activities.

DAILY RECITATIONS

Every morning students recite The Lord's Prayer, The Bahamian National Anthem & The Pledge of Allegiance​. Please join them and help encourage the correct posture for each activity. The Pledge of Allegiance is presented by a student of T3.

LESSON  1: Literacy

Target: Identify a letter of the alphabet whether upper or lower case and the sound each makes.

Students will review Upper and Lowercase letters of the alphabet and the sound each letter makes. Then students can enjoy story time of a book entitled: "Wash your hands"

LESSON  2: Math

Target: Count from 1 to 10

Students will review their numbers by counting along with the videos below. For students that have mastered counting to 10 can freely move on to 20, 50 then 100. A video count along has been provided for each level. If your child have mastered counting to 100 we encourage you to use our additional resources to further challenge kids.

Storytime is a fun little book we thought to share with the class entitled "Let's Count Goats" by Mem Fox.

LESSON  3: Identifying Colors

Target: Identify colors all colors on the color chart and make color connections to various objects.

Students will review colors. Watch the video below and identify the colors on the colors chart. Students may also play a game in which they will have to select the correct color asked of them.

LESSON  4: Identifying Shapes

Target: Identifying the circle, square, triangle, rectangle, diamond, hexagon, oval, star and heart.

Students will review shapes by viewing the video below. Students will then continue to strengthen their writing skills with a tracing activity. Finally, parents must assist students (minimally) with the 'Home Activity'.