December-LI Literacy Homework
READ NIGHTLY a nonfiction text, record on reading log, and discuss which text features you can find with a friend or family member:
-What is the title of the book? - Where are the photographs/illustrations? - How did you use the table of contents? - Does your book have diagrams or labels? – On what page can you find the
glossary or index?
Monday
Week 1
*Find a dictionary and List 3
words from this week’s sort.
Write a definition for each one.
*Using the three words from
ABOVE, count the number of
letters in all three. Compare which
has more letters and which has
less.
Record your answers.
Week 2
*2- Syllable Rhyming Words: Write
and fill in the blanks:
The jello is so ___.
The students have double____.
Circle the nouns in each sentence.
* Write three sentences of your
own using a word from your word
sort in each one. Circle each noun
and adjective.
Week 3
* Find a dictionary and list three
words from this week’s sort.
*Write a definition for each one.
* Write the three NEW words in
sentences.(3 or more)
Tuesday
*Find a dictionary and List 3 more
words from this week’s sort.
* Write a definition for each one.
Wednesday
* Find a dictionary and List 3 more words
from this week’s sort.
.
* Write a definition for each one.
Thursday
* Find a dictionary and list 3 more words from this
week’s sort.
*Write a definition for each one.
*Write sentences about something you can taste
and hear (2 sentences).
*Write sentences about something you can
touch, smell, and see (3 or more sentences).
*First Sound Matching: Say each word, and then
say 2 or more words that begin with the same
sound (record answers): hat = hot; leap = like
*Say the word, write the word, clap the
syllable you hear, record the number:
Mississippi, North Carolina, Hawaii,
California
* Find a dictionary and list three more words
from this week’s sort.
* Find a dictionary and list three more words from
this week’s sort.
Write a definition for each one.
Write a definition for each one.
* Find a dictionary and list three NEW
words from this week’s sort.
*Compare paper and cloth. Draw a Venn
Diagram comparing how they are alike and
different?
*Middle Sound Matching: Say each word from
your sort and then say two words that have the
same middle sound (record answers):
ex: mind =wind, mug =hug;
*Write the three NEW words in a
sentences.(3 or more)
Write a definition for each one.
* Find a dictionary and list three more
words from this week’s sort.
Write a definition for each one.
*Draw and label a snowman.. Label
his/her eyes, nose, buttons, arms,
scarf, etc.
Draw a Venn Diagram on how winter
and summer are alike and/or different.
* Find a dictionary and list three more words
from this week’s sort.
*Using the three words from ABOVE, count
the number of letters in all three. Compare
which has more letters and which has less.
Record your answer.
*Discuss how your family celebrates the
holiday season. Pick two items you do with
your family and write sentences about them.
*End Sound Matching: Say each word from your
sort and then say two words that have the same
end sound (record answers):
ex: ring=sting, lake=stake
*Find household items your child can use to make
patterns (coins, buttons, etc.) and create an AAB
and ABB pattern. Draw it.
Week 4
No Homework
Holiday
Read Nightly-Record
Read Nightly-Record
Read Nightly-Record
Read Nightly-Record
December
LI Math Homework Calendar
Week
1
Week
2
Max had 17 cookies. Some were
chocolate chip. Some were
sugar. How many of each could
he have? Show at least 10 ways,
with pictures and number
sentences.
Sam had 18 presents. Rosa gave
him 9 more. How many presents
does he have now?
Show your work with pictures,
numbers and words.
15 - 9 =
Sam had 22 cookies. He ate 9.
How many does he have left?
Find the missing number:
Find the missing number:
15 - ___ = 7
____ - 8 = 7
Label the parts of the problem.
Label the parts of the problem.
Write the numbers from 25 to 100.
Kim had 34 candy canes. She
gave 12 to her friends. How
many candy canes does she
have left?
Show your work with pictures,
numbers and words.
Week
3
Week
4
Create a story problem to show
the combinations of 23 and show
all the possible combinations.
No Homework
Winter Break
Continue to read daily.
Create a story problem for these
equations and solve.
Create a story problem to show
the combinations of 13 and show
at least 8 different combinations.
9+7=
Example: Nikki had 13 scarves.
Some were purple and some
were green. How many green
scarves could she have? How
many blue scarves?
Create a story problem for these
equations and solve.
18 – 11 =
Show them on a number line.
No homework
Continue to read daily.
Show your work with pictures,
numbers and words.
No homework
Continue to read daily.
20 + 11 =
Create a story problem for these
equations and solve:
14 - 6 =
9+9=
No homework
Continue to read daily.
Students should be completing their work on unlined paper
Homework is due every Friday morning and should be submitted in their “Homework Folder.”
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