DAYS OF THE WEEK
Learning the days of the week can be fun when you associate each day with something you do; for example, if you go to the park for a play date every Wednesday - going to the park is the association to that day of the week. Then, every Wednesday you can ask "what day is it today?" and/or "where do we go today?" assisting them with the correct answers until they associate them on their own. Children love routines and you can utilize this in your teaching methods. This page is also a great way to learn/reinforce colors.
No more wasting paper - this page is acrylic and reusable when using the enclosed dry erase marker (color varies). StIcKy FiNgErS - not a problem, just rinse the page with soap & water. The page is colorful and bold to capture your child's attention. Your child can trace over each of the sight words to practice writing (fine motor development) while also learning to spell.
This page is 3 hole punched for easy storage in a binder.
Page measure 7 1/2 x 10 1/4"
Your child will learn the following:
- Colors - 7
- Vocabulary/Spelling/Sight Words - 11
- Word association