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Tactile Numbers and Letters: 0-15, Aa-Zz
Worksheet: Objective Checklist, Graduation
Books: Sheep in a Jeep, How Will We Get to the Beach?
Activities: Paint, blank sheet of paper, 16 plastic cups, small items to fill cups (see below), animals
Name: Combine letter's in child's last name.
Fine Motor Skill: Draw My Family
Gross Motor Skill: Memory Obstacle Course
• Review all objectives and books covered in the past weeks, and complete any activities that you were unable to finish.
• Create a hand and foot print to compare with the one created at the beginning of the curriculum.
Using sixteen shallow cups, write a number (0-15) on the side of each cup. Have your child fill each cup with the correct number of small items. Suggested items include Cheerios, M&M’s, buttons, and coins.
If the child is ready, place all the 3" letters in the child's last name side-by-side in a dry erase pocket and assist the child in tracing each as you say the Letter Formation Chant.
• Objective Checklist:
Use the checklist to determine what your child learned while using the 3 Year Curriculum. Review your child’s favorite activities and focus on any objectives with which your child is still struggling.
• Congratulations you finished the 3 Year Curriculum! Use the Graduation poster to create a precious photo op to remember today. Be sure to tag #ABCJLM or @ABCJesusLovesMe when you post it on social media!
• Fine Motor Skills:
Write "My Family" on the bottom of a blank piece of paper. Have your child draw his family and correctly trace the letters "My Family" with a finger. Your child has been doing this activity periodically throughout the curriculum. Write the date on the back of the picture and compare this picture to the past ones created. Hopefully the pictures have become more detailed with time.
• Gross Motor Skills:
Create a Memory Obstacle Course using animals (plastic, puzzle, or flashcards). Ask for the animal by name or the sound the animal makes.
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