Theme 2 Wk 3 My Family and Friends

Week of Oct. 19

8:15-8:30 Morning Greeting Circle

On The Rug
Rise and Shine
Morning Stretch - Great Way to Start Your Day - Morning Stretch - Click Show More
Preschool Pledge of Allegiance - LittleStoryBug
Texas Pledge of Allegiance
What Letter Is It? | Random Order | Phonics Song for Kids | Phonemic Awareness | Jack Hartmann
Workout to the Letter Sounds | Version 3 | Letter Sounds Song | Phonics for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Morning Message

Monday: No school

Tuesday:What is a friend? Who are your friends at school?

Wednesday: Do you have a pet?

Thursday: Who is your neighborhood friend?

Friday:Do friends have fun on the playground?

Moving and Learning

Move it and Freeze Extended | Brain Breaks | Jack Hartmann
Ridin' on the Bus | The Wheels on the Bus Song | Jack Hartmann
We're Going on a Bear Hunt | Popular Song for Preschoolers | The Kiboomers
Shake it Like A Duck

8:30-9:30 Small Group and Centers

This week we will begin CLI testing during small groups and centers


Small Group:

Monday - No School

Tuesday: Name Writing

Wednesday: On set Rhyme Making words

Thursday- Counting Groups 1-5 in Math Journals

Friday:Alliteration sorts with Letters of the week

20 Minute Timer
Clean Up

9:15-9:30 Restroom Breaks

9:30-10:00 Outdoor Learning

Monday and Tuesday:

Counting Groups and Number Writing


Wednesday and Thursday:

Memory Games

Friday-Play Doh

10:00-10:30 P.E.

10:30-11:00-Reading and Literacy Circle

Monday: No School

Tuesday

Read the Book Shubert's New Friend

  • Talk about what an author does(writes the words), what the illustrator does(draw the pictures), point to the title(name of the book).
  • Where do you start reading? ( top to bottom, left to right)

Predict what you think the story will be about.

Questions to ask:

How did Spencer feel? What did the class do to help him feel better?

Wednesday

Listen to the story: Sara Sidney's Runaway Adventure

  • Talk about what an author does(writes the words), what the illustrator does(draw the pictures)
  • Where do you start reading? ( top to bottom, left to right)

Vocab: iguana, pet sitter, neighbor, startled, helpfulness, habitat, exotic(unusual)

Predict what you think the story will be about.


During the story listen for the instructions that was left for the pet sitter.


After the story: talk about what startled Sara Sidney. When she became startled what did she do? Talk about who Mr. Bojang is and what did he do in the story? How did the school children try to help?

Thursday and Friday

Forest Friends

What did the friends find in the forest?

What did little bears mother do to the turnip?

Vocabulary To Review:


  • helpfulness
Parts of a book

Literacy


Monday

No School


Tuesday:

Introduce letters of the week with letter tubs:P, R,E,F,G



Wednesday:

Wiggle Worm

Thursday:

Circle Map Alliteration sort with letters of the week

Friday:

Letter Hunt

Alphabet Games | Find the Letter P
Alphabet Games | Find the Letter G
Alphabet Games | Find the Letter R
Alphabet Automaticity | Upper and Lower Case | 4 Seconds | Jack Hartmann

10:50-11:00 Wash Hands for Lunch

11:00-11:30 Lunch

11:30-11:45 Brush Teeth and Restroom

11:45-12:00 Story Time

Monday: No School

Tuesday:Guess How much I love you

Wednesday: How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends?

Thursday: Old Friends New Friends

Friday:Enemy Pie

How do Dinosaurs Stay Friends (Read Aloud) | Storytime | Friendship
Guess How Much I Love You: Compilation - Fun with Little Field Mouse Part 1
OLD Friends NEW Friends By Andrew Daddo & Illustrated By Jonathan Bentley
Enemy Pie read by Camryn Manheim

1:00-1:15 Snack and Restroom

1:15-1:45 Math, Science, Social Studies

:Number of the Week:

6

Daily Practice:


  • write the number
  • make a group of 6
  • count the group



Shape of the week:

triangle


  • draw a triangle
  • find triangles around you.


Tuesday:Go on a Shape Hunt

Wednesday:Practice drawing Triangles and Writing the numbers 1-5 in Math Journals

Thursday:

  • Display your photograph. Ask: Who is in this photo? Turn the photograph upside down. Is this still the same person? How is the photo different? What changed?


    Make a triangle with a set of crayons, markers, sticks, etc.

    Turn the triangle upside down. Ask: What is different about the triangle? Explain that the shape is still a triangle even though it is standing on one of its points: The only thing that has changed is the triangle's position.


    Have child to make a triangle using his/her fingers.

    Have a child to make a triangle using play dough.

    Have child to draw a triangle on paper.

I Can Show the Number 6 in Many Ways | Six Number Recognition | Jack Hartmann
Triangle Song
Secret Agent Shapes (song for kids about finding basic shapes in the room)
Count And Move (HD) | Super Simple Songs
Subitize Up To 5 (soo-bi-tize) | Math Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann
I Can Show Numbers In So Many Ways | Math Song for Kids | How to Represent Numbers | Jack Hartmann

Science

Monday:

no school


Tuesday:

Shape hunt


Friday:

Pumpkin Science

1:45-2:00 Recess

2:00-2:20 Daily Wrap Up and Dismissal