I have updated the Sound Production Tips tab. Please feel free to use this as a reference to help your child produce their target sounds correctly.
Summer homework will be posted on June 1st. There will be Preschool and K-6 homework calendars on their respective pages. Have a great summer! I have loved working with your kids this year and am impressed with their hard work.
Print 2 jars, cut out and staple together (except for the top). Cut out and color lightning bugs and words. Glue a word on to the back of each bug. You can make duplicates to make a matching game, or you can hide the bugs and find them. When you find a bug (or a match) place the bugs in the jar as you practice the word on them. Find all the bugs (or matches)! Have fun! Remember to get your tongue up for your /l/ sound!
Make a matching game. Print two pages of ladybugs (on red construction paper if you can). Print two copies of the words, and choose 2 words that you will not use. Glue the remaining 6 pairs of words to the 6 pairs of ladybugs. Play a matching game and practice that good /l/ sound! Remember to get your tongue up!
The May calendar should be up tomorrow. Here is one of the activities for this month!
Cut out 2 copies of dice page, so you should have two different dice. Print out animals and color them. Glue one animal on each square of the two dice. Assemble dice by gluing or taping on the tabs.
To play: Pick which dice you want to roll on your turn. If you roll the penguin, say "I can (turn my head)" and do the action with your child. Then it is your child's turn to do the same thing. Make sure they get a good /k/ sound in the word "can" and help them to say all the words and not leave any out. Have fun!