PREoKINDERGARTEN

SUMMER PACKET

District Heights Elementary School * Please complete summer packet and return it to your teacher on the ~irst day o~ schod.

Dear Parents/Guardians, The Pre-Kindergarfen Team suggests that you use the following websites and books to supplement your work with your student at home. Please, let us know if we can provide you with any additional resources @ WEBSITES: I. www.starfall.com 2. www.pbskids.org 3. www.prekinders.com 4. www,driean.org 5. www.earlyc hild hood,corn 6. www. mrspohlmeyerskinderpc~.qe,com 7. www.|eac hinq hec~rf.com 8. www.qeffin,qSc hoolReody.or.q 9. www.sprou|online.com 10.www.coolmafh4kids.com

BOOKS: I. Clickr Clack, Moo: Cows that Type by Doreen Cronin 2. Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? by Eric Carle 3. ABC I Like Me! by Nancy Carlson 4. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin, Jr. 5. Muncha Muncha Muncha by Candace Fleming 6. The Naopinq House by Audrey Wood 7. If I Ran The Zoo by Dr. Seuss 8. Sam and the Firefly by P.D. Eastman 9. There’s a Wocket in My Pocket by Dr. Seuss 10.12 Ways to Get to 11 by Eve Merriam 11.Today is Monday by Eric Carle 12.The Very Hun.qry Caterpillar by Eric Carle 13.Green EClClS and Ham by Dr. Seuss 14.Go Away Bi.q Green Monster by Ed Emberly 15.Little Blue and Lil~le Yellow by Leo Lionni 16. Peter’s Chair by Ezra Jack Keats 17.~ by Lois Ehled ~-~Parents: We recommend that you search your local library or bookstore for additional titles by the authors listed above.**

Prince George’s County Public Schools Reading/English Language Arts 2011Summer Adventure Calendar Rising Kindergarteners Directions: Keep your reading and writing skills sharp for next year by completing these activities. The following activities are to be completed with parents’ help. Comprehension

Fluency

JULY Wednesday Vocabulary

uesday Journal Entry/Writing

Library Visit

Website

Word Work

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9 Today is National Sugar Cookie day! Find a recipe for sugar cookies and ask your parent to help you bake some for your family. ...~ .....

Read Lilly’a Plastic Choose a category or any of the Purple Purse by Kevin Henkes or any book additional learning activities. Practice basic reading skills. written by the same author. 3 Alphabet Game: Parent: Say a string of letters in the alphabet. Have your child to continue saying the next set of letters after you have stopped. 10 Say the following: Edna Elephaat eats eggs. Tiggy Tiger tasted the tacos. What sounds do you hear? 17 Read with your family after dinner tonight. Play the tongue twister game. Ex, Claan clams crammed in clean cans.

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Read a story with your morn or dad before going to bed.

31 Recite to someone a

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5

6 Wdte the missing letters.

7 Play Alphabet Hopscotch! Write ten letters on paper orthe ground. When you land on the letter, say the sound and 2 words that begin with it.

Plan a pretend tip. Visit ~s/arthur/acti vities/acts/takin~ ride html for an idea. Followthe plan,

Illus,ate something you would like to bring to school for "Show and Tell." Tell your ~arent why you picked that object.

Write a sentence to describe your "Show and Tell" object using the sentence pattern:

Ex. My lruck is red.

__ ish Parents can add additional pictures and words.

11 Have your child retell the steps for baking sugar cookies or another recipe. Discuss sequencing.

12 What is your favorite dessert? Illus,ate and Iabel using the letter sounds they hear in the word. Write a sentence about it using this sentence pattern:

13 Cut out pictures of five vegetables Wdte the missing letters: g ij mn or fruits. Wdte on an index card the name of each vegetable or r t u _ yz fruit. Have your child match the picture and the word.

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20 Today is ~-~National Lollipop Day. What’s your favodte flavor? Design your own lollipop. Add details to your illusbration.

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22 Visit ht~p//v~ww wordle netJcreate and make a "word cloud" together. Fill it words you want to learn and remember.

28 Wdte the words an, and at on two separate index cards. Wdte the lettersb, c,f,h,m,p,r,s,t, von index cards. Say a word and have the child pick out the beginning letter. Make the word. Have your child read the word back to you.

29 Visit www sta~all corn/, an interactive website that contains phonics games, stories, videos, and literacy resources for parents.

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I like 18 Retell the story (beginning, middle, and end). Tell your parent your favorite part of the story and why. 25 Rete[Ithestory (beginning, middle, and end).

.(Ex. apple pie)

IIlusttate your favorite zoo animal. Write 3 words that describe it.

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27 26 Wdta three words to descdbe Write and illustrate about a frip your favorite zoo animal Have you took with your family. your parent to help you stetch the word.

I6 15 Read Kippers A to Z: Visit wvc~v readkiddoread cor!!home An Alphabet Adventure by Mick Inkpen or any for great reading ideas. alphabet book.

Clap the syllables for the following words: watermelon cafeteria ambulance party

23 Read Good Night, Gofil~ by Peggy Rathmann orany zoo animalstory.

30 Read From Milk to Ice Cream by Stacy TausBolstad or any informational text.

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Name

Beginning Sounds d, j~ k, m, w

Beginning Sounds In each row, say the name of the pictures and read each letter. Circle the letter that makes the same beginning sound as the picture names.

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Name

Beginning Sounds h,c,t,a,b

Beginning Sounds In each row, say the name of the pictures and read each letter. Circle the letter that makes the same beginning sound as the picture names.

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t e

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Beginning Sounds t, k, f

Beginning Sounds t,f,k Say the name of each picture. Circle the letter that makes the beginning sound.

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fk

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Name

Write Beginning Sounds t, k, f

Write the Beginning Sound t,f,k Say the name of each picture. k Write the Letter that makes the beginning sound in the box. "l" 1- K i

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Beginning Consonants rn, t, d, r

~m’~ it:

10 ten men hen

time slime dime

soon moon loon

sing ding ring

rose hose those

hatch catch match

hog dog frog

sable table able

Write the beginning letter:

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fan oan

toad load

road

Beginning Consonants n, v, k, j, z, ¥

I. Find the nail. 2. Find the vegetables.

3. Find the kangaroo. 4. Find the yo-yo.

5. Find the jewelry. 6. Find the zipper. ,~1

7. Find the net. 8. Find the van. 38

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See, Say, Write, and Read answer key

See, Say, Write, and Read!

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girl

boy

--boy ...... I see the

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See, Say, Wrile, and Read

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frog

The ~ can jump. boy

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Reading Readiness 2

Reading Readiness Read the words in the word box, Read each sentence, Fill in the blank with a word from the word box to complete each sentence,

book

chair

hat

bike

dog

IS nice. Your ....................................

has a new

The .................................... has two wheels.

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Reading Readiness 2 answer key

Reading Readiness Read the words in the word box, Read each sentence. Fill in the blank with a word from the word box to complete each sentence,

book

chair

hat

bike

dog

,s nice. Your "do9 ...................... He has a new ...... h~t ....................

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