Lesson Plan: The lesson plan includes all the lessons for the week, as well as optional ideas. Items following the lesson plan are just the printables or links to websites we used to teach these plans. (Please note: On top of our lesson plan we are reading books daily that relate to our theme.)
Memory Verse: This memory card is for daily use during our calendar time. You can learn more about calendar time at 1+1+1=1 or Homeschool Creations. Our weekly devotional is an object lesson that will help your child apply the meaning of the verse to them.
Day 1: Lights
ABC Order or Capital/Lower Case Match- This download includes both capital and lowercase letters. You can use this activity in a couple of ways: 1) Punch holes on the bottom of the light and string them in up in ABC Order. Then hang them up for decoration. 2) Match the capital letter to its lowercase counter part.
Christmas Light Patterns- For math this week, we will be creating a Math Christmas Tree. Print off the tree below and create a light pattern on your tree.
Christmas Memory- Design and download your own Christmas Memory Game from DLTK’s Growing Together.
Day 2: Ornaments
O is for Ornament- Reinforces letter recognition.
Shape Ornaments– Review the shapes as you add them to your Math Christmas Tree.
Present Phonics- This activity will help your child begin to focus in on beginning sounds. Do complete this task, your child will use alphabet clothespins (clothespin with a letter on it) to “wrap” the toy. For example, they would identify the beginning sound of bear and using the clothespin with the B written on it attach it to the present.
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Awesome ideas! Thank you!
Thank you! I sure love FREE stuff that helps me while I homeschool my two girls.
Thank you so much for posting all of your ideas. I’m using several of these the next two weeks with my 2 year old along with ideas I’ve gathered other places – it is so nice for others to share their work for those of us that aren’t nearly as creative so that we can teach our children these awesome things too!