Read frequently - texts read aloud should be above your child's reading level to increase their comprehension and vocabulary. Also, have your child read texts to you to build fluency and automaticity. Your child's teacher can provide you with your child's level and recommended texts.
Humanities Lessons Activity K. 1.1 The Story behind Our Names The students take home a question sheet and get help from parents in filling out the answers to the following questions: 1. What is your name? 2. What does your name mean? 3. Why do you have this name? 4. Who gave you this name? 5. Who was the first person in your family to have the same name? 6. Which famous people have your name? 7. If you have a nickname, what is it? Reimers, Fernando; Chopra, Vidur; Chung, Connie; Higdon, Julia; O'Donnell, E. (2016-07-28). Empowering Global Citizens: A World Course. Kindle Edition.
Activity K. 1.3 My Family’s Favorite Things –Ask family members about their favorite colors and favorite activities and draw their family members wearing these colors and doing these activities. –Read storybooks about families in different places in the world and discuss similarities and differences. –Watch films about families (for example, films about how babies are taken care of in different places). Reimers, Fernando; Chopra, Vidur; Chung, Connie; Higdon, Julia; O'Donnell, E. (2016-07-28). Empowering Global Citizens: A World Course. Kindle Edition.