• Home Learning
     
     
     
    Zoom Link:  
     
    A.M. Class meets at 9:00, Monday-Thursday 
    https://zoom.us/j/195977364
     
    P.M. Class meets at 1:00, Monday-Thursday
    https://zoom.us/j/637697081
     
     

    Learning Plan: Week of March 30, 2020

     

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Morning Routine

    Wake-up, eat breakfast and get dressed. Go to your daily workspace (e.g. the kitchen table, a pile of pillows, your favorite spot on the couch, etc).



















    Choose one Social-Emotional Support Activity: https://url.dvusd.org/SELActivities


    Literacy/

    Reading

    Complete one day of 

    Scholastic Learn at Home 

     

    Complete one day of 

    Scholastic Learn at Home  

     

    Have a parent or guardian read a story/or look at books on your own

    Stretch Break!

    Move around, play a game, get some exercise and fresh air! Check out  https://youtu.be/NwT5oX_mqS0 or https://youtu.be/2UcZWXvgMZE  

    Math

     

    Count how many forks and spoons you have. Which pile has the most/least?

     

    Go on a shape walk either inside or outside. Find a shape, say what shape it is, and describe the shape.

    Stretch Break!

    Move around, play a game, get some exercise and fresh air! 

    Social Studies

    Draw a Picture of your family.

     

    Go on a 5 senses nature walk, and talk about what senses you are using.

     

    Science

     

    Watch and learn-Live cams of animals at the San Diego Zoo

    https://kids.sandiegozoo.org/videos

     

    Sink or Float-Have your child pick 10 waterproof items, fill the sink with water, make a hypothesis about whether the items will sink or float.

    Lunch Break

    Breakfast and lunch are available to all children  (18 and under). Pickup locations 

    Free Play

    Enjoy free play or choice time

    Music and Art

    Sing your favorite preschool songs (ABC’s, 5 Little Monkeys, Twinkle Twinkle, etc)

    Make a cereal necklace-String it on yarn or a pipe cleaner.

    Draw a picture with crayons, markers, or chalk.

    Sing your favorite preschool songs (ABC’s, 5 Little Monkeys, Twinkle Twinkle, etc)

    Check-In

    Check-in with your child by asking questions such as: 

    What was your favorite part of the day? What is something you learned today? How are you feeling?

    Other things to consider: Not everything needs to be online. Playing games that involve turn-taking and sharing are developmentally appropriate for preschoolers.