• What Can I Do to Help My Child at Home?



    • Encourage your child to be independent by having him/her learn how to zip, button, snap and also tie their own shoes.
    • Give your child small chores to help with independence.
    • READ, READ, READ with your child every day or have him/her read to you.
    • Discuss the story...What was it about? What happened in the beginning? The middle? The end? Who were the characters? What was the setting or where did it take place? What is the author's job? (He/she writes the story) What is the illustrator's job? ( He/she does the pictures)
    • Count to 100 by 1's, 5's and 10's
    • Write numbers 0-20
    • Count objects in sets up to 20
    • Sort objects by color, size and shape
    • Review basic flat shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle, hexagon)
    • Review 3-D Shapes ( cone, sphere, cylinder, cube)
    • Write first and last name using capital letters at the beginning only
    • Review sight words every night
    • Review upper and lower case letters
    • Ask your child what it takes to be a great leader and discuss the 7 Habits with him/her.
    • Ask your child what he/she can do to be a "Bucket Filler" today.



    Most of all have fun and treasure every second that you have together. Let your little ones know how proud you are of them and how much you love them. Nothing makes them happier!  Before long they'll be all grown up and all you'll have are precious memories.
Last Modified on August 22, 2019