Letter S: Seal & 5 Senses

Weekly Newsletter: S- Seal, 5 Senses
March 23 – 27, 2020

Here are samples of activities that your child may be participating in this week.

Monday – “S” Seal/ 5 Senses: Smelling

How you can participate: Help your child find something that starts with the letter “S” to bring to school.

Book –  Smelling (Amazon)
Phonics – “S says, s,s,s,s,s,s, seal…I like to play ball with zeal”Preschool teacher and kids showing off silly socks during seal week
Action – Dancing with Scarves
Art – Seal Painting
Science – Smelling Match Game
Music – Sammy

Seal Activities

Tuesday – The Seals on the Bus

How you can participate: Take turns with your child naming things that start with “s”.

Book – Some Smug Slug (Amazon)
Action – S-Cards
Art – Glue and Stamp Buses
Science – Artic Seal sensory exploration
Music – Swimming in the Sea

Some Smug Slug Read Aloud

Slug Activities

Wednesday – Silly Socks Day

How you can participate: Have your child come to school in silly socks.

Book – Sammy the Seal (Amazon)
Phonics – “S says, s,s,s,s,s,s, seal…I like to play ball with zeal”
Action- Sock Hop
Art – Silly Sock Necklaces
Engineering/Math -Sock Challenge
Music – Body Rock

Sammy the Seal Read Aloud

Sock Activities

Thursday – 5 Senses: Tasting

How you can participate: Try tasting something different for dinner tonight.

Book – Tasting (Amazon)
Magic Blanket – Food Items
Art – Faces with tongue
Math/Science – S is for smoothie
Music – Freeze Dance

Tasting Activities

Friday – 5 Senses: Seeing

How you can participate: Have your child close his/her eyes. Put something in their hand and see if they can guess what it is.

Book – Look Here!
Phonics – “S says, s,s,s,s,s,s, seal…I like to play ball with zeal”
Action – Musical Instruments
Art – Blind markers
Science – Exploring sight
Music – Can’t Sit Still

Sight Activities

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Fun Facts about Seals for Kids
  • Some migrate hundreds of miles every year in search of food.
  • They can dive to great depths underwater and stay there for up to two hours.
  • They use clicking or trilling noises to communicate.
  • Male seals are called bulls; females are called cows; babies are called pups.

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