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Sunday Reflections: Thanksgiving Blessings

Family meals… Family Learning… Family Sharing… Family Growing… Blessings! Around the table today ask each person what in this prayer matters? If our actions speak louder than words… then what does our thankfulness after a family gathering say about us and our respect towards others? Next discuss the meaning of: “O Gracious God, we give…

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MrsK’s Book Hooks

First: (Ask everyone to help find any picture books in your house). Make a list of the picture books you will look for on your trip to the Battle Ground library. Check: Does everyone have their library cards? Assign: Go over the list of picture books and add the name of who will find which book for this week’s reading challenge. Road…

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Inking Thoughts: December’s Writing Calendar

Putting Your Thoughts on Paper: Everyday writing helps every learner in so many ways. During this holiday season, your family can create beautiful pages of memories, hopes, and a treasury of 2021 “captured moments.” Penmanship… Seasonal Spelling… Paragraphing… Punctuation… Creative designs! All will be captured in their individual learning journals. Gathering materials: family learning journals,…

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Literary Foundations: Thanksgiving Fun!

Making the family connection: Discuss the 3 gaming examples: “Which game should we play?” Materials: family learning journals/paper, pencils, colored pencils, and/or crayons, 1 or 2 dice, and M&M’s or Skittles. Remind them to open their journals to the next available page and date it. Don’t forget to have them label the top of the…

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Math B4 Bed

B4 Bed Thoughts: *Let everyone see the 3 different math learning examples. Discuss: “What do you notice?” Next: Ask: “What do you not know?” Next: Choose one of the math examples. Discuss which patterns are visible in the chosen example. Ask: “How would you get started in solving these equations?” Materials: pass out paper and…

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