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Week 3 - Online Special Education

Updated: Apr 12, 2020


Fine Motor Cutting Work

you'll need pages 36-40 for the week​


  • Fine Motor Cutting Work page 36

  • Make a balls out of Play-doh about the size of a marshmallow. Make a small X at the top of the balls with your fingernail. Have your child press through the X with their index finger, a pencil, and/or a toothpick.


  • Fine Motor Cutting Work pages 37

  • First Name: write or trace​


  • Fine Motor Cutting Work page 38

  • Empty coins from a piggy bank. Have your child pick up coins using a pincer grasp and return them to the piggy bank through the slot.


  • Fine Motor Cutting Work pages 39

  • Practice trifolding a piece of paper so as to fit it into an envelope.


  • Fine Motor Cutting Work pages 40

  • First Name: write or trace

Daily: Practice counting to 5, 10, 15, 20, etc.

Daily: Count various items around the house (ex. rocks, spoons, cotton balls, etc.)


  • Practice reading and identifying each word below. 

  • Write the words on index cards and spread them out.  Ask your child to identify each card by name.  Ex. "Cat."  Touch "cat."

Modification: students who have a difficult time with writing, write words out on index cards and cut the letters into strips.  Scramble up the letters and ask your child to spell the given word.

Modification: have an index card with the word written out to use as a model.

Modification: hand-over-hand to assist with spelling, or have your child place the letter strip over the letter on the written model.

  • For students who can write, practice writing and tracing these words each day this week.​​

NEW words for the week:

the to in on like my by

Review words from previous weeks:

me    go     at     you     we     it     no​

a     I     is     mom     dad     can     see​

​Try to:

  1. ​Write each word 3 times each.

  2. Type each word 3 times each.

For some creative fun, give this project a try!

That's it for this week!

​If you'd like a daily at-home schedule to help keep things on track, click HERE.​

You're doing an amazing job.

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