Summer Academy

                          


                                                                  

 

Welcome to the Summer Academy Program page.

I am looking forward to working with your children this summer. 

 

 - July 15 - We work on syllables by playing a syllable clapping:

 

Syllable Clap -Talk with your child about why knowing about syllables can     

    help them when they read and write. Ask them to clap with you as

    you say these words:

sunshine calendar vacation
delicious dinner astronaut
alphabet communication school
wonderful merry-go-round television
     

 

Syllable Count

    Have children clap for each syllable you say. Begin with two or three

    syllable words and build up to longer words with more syllables:

               airplane  air  plane 2

               table  ta  ble 2

               porcupine  por  cu  pine 3

               communication  com  mun  i  ca  tion 5


 - Today we will work on the "in" family. Can your child tell you words that rhyme with pin.


- Today we will play an alphabet bingo game.


- Today we will complete dot art by forming numbers 3 and 4.


 - Today we will work on identifying words that begin with various letters. 

                        Wear your favorite team gear (hat, jersey, shirt, etc.)!


 

Special Days

Friday, July 13:  Wear your Red, White and Blue to show your American Pride!

Friday, July 20:  Wear your favorite team gear (hat, jersey, shirt, etc.)

Friday, July 27:  Wear stars and/or stripes

Thursday, August 2:  Dress in your CAREER attire. What do you want to be when you grow up?

 

We begin on July 10 and end on August 2 from 8:30 - 12:00

 


We work on syllables by playing a syllable clapping:

 

Syllable Clap -Talk with your child about why knowing about syllables can     

    help them when they read and write. Ask them to clap with you as

    you say these words:

sunshine calendar vacation
delicious dinner astronaut
alphabet communication school
wonderful merry-go-round television
     

 

Syllable Count

    Have children clap for each syllable you say. Begin with two or three

    syllable words and build up to longer words with more syllables:

               airplane  air  plane 2

               table  ta  ble 2

               porcupine  por  cu  pine 3

               communication  com  mun  i  ca  tion 5