To play a Grid Game, children roll the die or spin the spinner and count out the correct amount of pieces to place in each grid. Each page features one language idea, one speech idea, a target vocab list, and a concept to focus on. I use stickers of popular characters to spark their interest in the game Barbie, Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc. Take it easy on yourself with those no-prep summer packet for preschool and Kindergarten too aged students. Play continues until the grid is full.
They get bingo when the whole bingo chart is full. Or, to save time, just add the sheet to the packet. Imagine if an athlete stopped training, he or she would see a significant decline in performance. Activity Booklet Send home a booklet with several activities parents can do at home with their children. Rhyming Cards Include a set of rhyming cards are in the packet for children to practice matching rhyming words. At the bottom of the intro letter I just add a blurb to remind parents of the current goals.
Ocean Animal Race Counting Game This is a printable dice game children can play for counting and numeral recognition practice. The human brain is no different; it needs daily exercise to maintain learning. Each folder requires two 11×18 pieces of construction paper. These days there are so many languages other than Spanish in the U. Thanks for all that you do and share n thanks for being my E-mentor!! Parent Letter Send home a parent note explaining the purpose of a summer packet, and a list of the materials enclosed.
You can have kids cut out and glue these to die cut shapes, then send them in the Summer Packet. This packet includes materials for a summer speech and language packet for preschoolers. If you prefer, you can print out ready-made and more. To play, children roll a dotted game die. Preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten summer learning tips. Roll and Write Games Include one or more Roll and Write Games. Send home this Summer Packet at the end of the year for parents and students to work on during the summer, if they choose.
Unfortunately, research shows that children can experience significant learning loss during the summer months. You can find some for free on. Summer learning loss can be even greater in students who are considered at-risk. I gathered so many ideas from you! Children practice one-to-one correspondence, numeral identification, and counting. Emergent Reader Books Include one or two printable emergent reader books.
I want them to have a summer filled with fun in addition to hands-on learning opportunities at home that will review skills we learned in class. Summer Book Bingo Parents can randomly choose a book activity on this chart to do with their child during the summer. This is a fun way to encourage kids to write. Just click the button to download. At the top, it tells parents very simply that nursery rhymes are important for increasing reading ability.
Children use them for counting, patterning, grid games, etc. For more writing, you could even include some of. A trip to Colorado and a trip to Phoenix. Summer Learning As a classroom teacher I feel just as much responsibility for my students learning during the summer months as I do during the school year. My work has been featured in Scholastic Teacher magazine and on popular websites like BuzzFeed. Included: 1 Summer Intro Letter 10 Learning through Play Activity Sheets Beach, Picnic, Pool, Bubbles, Bikes, Chalk, Zoo, Soccer, Dress Up, Library Each of the 10 included Learning Through Play handouts features a different summer activity. You may not distribute this electronically.
Hopefully this packet provides them with fun, hands-on learning activities. There is a Spanish version of this Summer Packet also — scroll down! Lima Beans Spray-paint lima beans so that they have a different color on each side. The child counts the dots on the die, and circles the number they rolled. If possible, include a letter dice, which you can make with a wooden cube or foam cube. Here is a downloadable copy of the parent letter that you can print to send home to parents. I wanted to show my parents some ways to turn their normal summer activities into speech and language activities! Here at Pre-K Pages, I'm committed to helping teachers just like you teach better, save time, and live more by providing you with everything you need to create a fun and engaging learning environment, lesson plans, and activities for your little learners.