Wednesday

Week of October 5th

Greeting Circle

The songs below are what we use for our greeting circle. Your student will use these every morning to get ready for the day.


You will review the STAR, BALLOON, DRAIN, and PRETZEL breathing activities. Pick one to do for the day after reviewing them.


Commitment for the week: Have your child pick which commitment they would like to try for the day.


Vocabulary:

gifts

extended family

relatives

fabulous

On The Rug
Rise and Shine
Preschool Pledge of Allegiance - LittleStoryBug
Texas Pledge of Allegiance
ABC ROCK By Greg & Steve

Morning Message

Parent Write the morning message on a sheet of paper large enough for your child to be able to circle and underline letters.


Today's Morning Message:


Fathers care for their families.


Write the message , Read the message, Move your hand under each word as you read. Have your child fill in the blank. Count how many words are in the sentence. Have the child point to the 1st word in the sentence. Have your child find the F,t,c and circle them.

Moving and Learning

Koo Koo Kanga Roo - All I Eat Is Pizza (Dance-A-Long)

Reading

Listen to the story folder My Aunt Violet

  • 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)

Discuss words used to describe relatives: Aunt, Uncle, Grandma, Grandpa....

Predict what you think the story will be about.

Vocabulary To Review:


  • Extended family
  • relatives

Literacy

Talk about grandparents.

Discuss what you do with your grandparents.

Daily Literacy Practice

  1. writing your name
  2. putting together name puzzle
  3. practice saying the letters and sounds of the letter f and F today. Find these letters all over the house and discuss the sound each time.

See Saw Literacy -

Letter Writing: M

P.E. Activities

Math

I Can Show Numbers In So Many Ways | Math Song for Kids | How to Represent Numbers | Jack Hartmann

Math and Science

Practice counting a group up to 10 and being able to say how many is in each group after counting them. For example: 5 bears in a group. child counts: 1 2 3 4 5..child then says 5

Math Seesaw Activity

Counting Groups up to 10

Lunch

Story Time

When a Dragon Moves In read by Mark Duplass

Rest Time

Art

Draw something you like to do or you would like to do with a grandparent.