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Monday: Read the poem. Circle the sight words: the
on
and
Tuesday: Read the poem. If I can read it, I can read little. Circle little in
the poem. Can you find it inside little?
Wednesday: Read the poem. Underline the number word for 3.
Thursday: Read the poem. Find the word ship. If I can spell ship, I can
spell…
__ip,
__ip,
__ip
Bonus: Can you find the word in the poem that rhymes with rain? What do
you notice about the two words? If you can spell rain, what other words
can you spell?
The Three Ships
The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria,
Three little ships from Spain,
Sailed over the seas, under skies so blue,
Sailed on through the wind and rain.
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•Read the words in the list.
• Add a letter to the beginning of the word to create another word in
the family that matches the picture.
•On the last two lines make your own words using the –am family.
(They can be made up words.)
-am family
Pam
___am
Sam
___am
yam
___am
slam
___am
gram
___am
On your own: Play this
game with your kids. Try to
make a sentence using four
words from a "word family"
(a group of words that share
beginnings or endings). For
example:
The mole in the hole stole a
pole.
The cat spat at the rat.
Fill in the blank with a word from the –am family.
Pam likes to eat ______.
Sam saw a _______ at the zoo.
Read these phrases with your child 3 times fluently. Then have your
child read them to you 3 times while touching the words.
1. I am
2. all day
3. down the hill
4. for him
Parent initials____
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Topic
Math Homework-Week 6
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Number sense
How much is a dime
worth?
Thursday
How much money?
How much is a nickel
worth?
Addition/
Subtraction
How much is a penny
worth?
How many days in
September?
What day comes
after Tuesday?
_________________
Algebra
Geometry
Measurement
What date is the
second Tuesday in
September.
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Hundreds Chart-1st Grade Homework week 6
Monday-Fill in the missing numbers on the chart 1-50.
Tuesday-Count by 2s to 50 and color the numbers.
Wednesday-Circle the number 35. What number is above 35 and below
35?
Thursday-Circle the number 39. What number is 5 more than 39?
1
9
12
15
16
23
10
18
27
34
36
45
50
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