Name _________________________ as has who it Tic-Tac-Think! Write your first and last name using upper and lower case letters. Write 3 words that begin like your first name and 3 words that end like your name. Take 3 objects and compare which one is the longer and which one is the shortest. Write the order. Name one thing that the Native Americans grew? ( crops) Name 3 different types of homes that the Native Americans lived in. 1,2 Buckle My Shoe Make sure you are using your magic reading finger to point to words as you read. (Parents, help your child accurately demonstrate oneto-one correspondence as they read and point). Write the word wall words 3 times each. Practice writing numbers to 20 using the correct formation. Practice counting by 5’s and 2’s. Find the word in the nursery rhyme that has the most syllables. (Parents, syllables are like the beats you hear in a word. You can clap your hands to help count the syllables or hold up a finger for each Syllable you hear.) Why were some Native Americans farmers and some were hunters? Starting in the middle, choose one assignment each night. By the end of the week, you will have a Tic-Tac-Toe (3 in a row). *Challenge: complete more than three boxes!* Be sure to use proper D’Nealian handwriting to reinforce what we are learning in school. Have fun!