Composting and Planting
Listen to the story “Compost Stew” by Mary McKenna Siddals to learn which items can and can’t be composted.
Using the letters in your name, make a list of items that you can use for a compost stew. Draw a picture that represents each item.
Let’s practice our addition facts with Jack Hartmann.
Grab an egg carton and let’s practice our math facts. Write one number in each egg slot, numbers 1 – 10. Place two objects in the carton. You could use two noodles, beans, or tokens. Shake up the egg carton, open the carton, and see where the objects landed. Write those numbers in a number sentence ex. 4 + 2 = solve the math problem. Then shake it up again. Have fun!
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Composting In Hand Packet
Speech & Language
Conversation starters: Conversation Starters: What does it mean to be a friend? What happens when you try to talk to someone and they aren’t paying attention? What can you do get someone’s attention if you want to talk with them? What feelings do you see the cat have in the story? What feelings do you see the mouse have in the story?
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