Peoria County Bright Futures Remote Learning Page

Daily Assignments

Three activities will be provided to you each day.  Please choose at least ONE activity to complete each day with your child along with the daily feelings journal.         

Monday 5-10

Fine Motor:  Help bake fresh bread.  Have your child help knead the bread.

Question of the week- Would you rather have a popsicle or ice cream?  Ask a few people this question and listen to their response. 

Read-  Choose your favorite book and read it while sitting under a tree. 

Materials needed: Children’s story book, ingredients to make bread

Benchmarks met: Engage in book-sharing experiences with purpose and understanding. Use language for a variety of purposes. Use strength and control to accomplish tasks. Engage in active play using gross-and-fine motor skills.

 Tuesday 5-11

Gross Motor- Fly like a plane, chug like a train, race like a racecar. Move fast or slow. 

Letter Tt-  Practice writing the letter Tt.  Draw a picture of something that begins with this letter. 

Be Kind:  Paint a rock with a positive message and leave at a park for someone to find. 

Materials needed: paper, pencil, rock, acrylic paint, paint brush 

Benchmarks met:  Use writing tools with some control.  Engage in active play using gross-and-fine-motor skills. Move with balance and control in a range of physical activities. Use strength and control to accomplish tasks. Express feelings that are appropriate to the situation.

     Wednesday 5-12

Writing- Write letters/words with tape on the floor or on a big piece of paper. Drive a toy car on the letters/words. 

Science- Investigate objects and see if they will roll or stack. 

Diversity- Listen to “We’re Different, We’re the Same” https://youtu.be/hUrjb4SZnxg

Materials: paper, pencil, tape, toy car, objects to roll/stack, device to watch links on,

Benchmarks met:  Use scribbles, letterlike forms, or letters/words to represent written language.Express wonder and curiosity about their world by asking questions, solving problems, and designing things.  Understand that each of us belongs to a family and recognize that families vary.

Thursday 5-13

Puzzle- Complete a puzzle with your child 

Math- How many forks and spoons do you have?  Which pile has the most/least?

Pretend Play- Using pennies have your child purchase toys for different amounts. Talk about how many toys you can buy for 10 cents.

Materials needed: puzzle, forks, spoons, pennies, toys

Benchmarks met:   Engage in active play using gross-and-fine motor skills. Follow rules and procedures when participating in group physical activities. Describe comparisons with appropriate vocabulary such as “more”, “less”,  “greater than”, “fewer”, “equal to”, or “same as”.  Describe some common jobs and what is needed to perform those jobs.

Friday 5-14

Dance -  Dance to “Go Bananas” https://youtu.be/o6gHL1LJ-HQ

The Arts - Get a piece of paper and some crayons and go outside. Draw a picture of something you see. 

Sing- Sing “This Little Piggy”

Materials needed: device to listen to watch videos on, paper, crayons

Benchmarks met: Move with balance and control in a range of physical activities.   Music:  Begin to appreciate and participate in music activities.  Describe or respond to their creative work or the creative work of others.

FAMILY FEEDBACK

Red text - learning domain collecting for assessment piece for the week.  We will always collect one feeling journal page per week as well. 

This will tell you each week which activity to send back to your child’s teacher. You will use the platform (Facebook, DOJO, Seesaw, Google classroom, etc.) that your child’s teacher is using to send back pictures, photos, answers to questions, videos and more.  YOU will be helping to provide assessment information each week by completing your weekly family feedback.  This week please send back the following items to your child’s teacher. 

Gross Motor- Fly like a plane, chug like a train, race like a racecar. Move fast or slow.

Benchmark met: Engage in active play using gross-and-fine-motor skills.

One page of your choice from your child’s daily feeling journal. 

Benchmark met: Recognize and label basic emotions. 


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