Theme 6 Week 1 Construction Terms
8:15-8:30 Greeting Circle
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: Helping Hands, using My Big Voice, Listening Ears, Kind Words
Moving and Learning
8:30-9:30 Centers and Small Group
Tuesday: Words in a sentence practice
Thursday:Math one-to-one counting and number match
Friday: Math shapes sorting
9:30- 10:00 Outdoor Learning
Tuesday: Beginning sounds bingo
Wednesday: Bean Bag shapes toss
Thursday:Syllable count sorts
Monday-Cindy Circle and Suzy Square like to sing.
Tuesday- Trixie Triangle and Ruby Rectangle are friends.
Wednesday- Renee Rhombus has four equal sides.
Thursday: Oscar the Octagon has eight sides.
Friday: I can put together two rectangles and make a new shape.
- Read the words in each sentence.
- Identify words in the sentence that start with the same sound.
- Then work on producing additional words that begin with the same sound.
Monday: The Button Story
Tuesday: Tillie the Triangle
Wednesday: Smart Cookies
Thursday: Can you see shapes?
Friday: Twinkle the Little Star
Monday: Words in a sentence.
Go back to the sentences that you wrote for the Button Story. Choose 2-3 sentences and count the words in each sentence.
Wednesday: Wiggle Worm Game letters/numbers/ shapes
Thursday: Syllable Count
Friday: Beginning Sound Match Game
Story Time and Restroom 11:30-12:00
- Go on a shape hunt and find things that are circles and squares.
- circle art
Tuesday: Life Cycle of a Butterfly Complete Flow Map of Life Cycle
Wednesday: pattern blocks making pictures
- Draw all the shape on a piece of paper.(triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus and octagon)
- Ask child what the shapes have in common.
- Explain to child that mathematicians call any closed figure that does not have curved lines a polygon.
- Display a picture of a stop sign.
- Use a marker or crayon to count and keep track of the number of sides on figure.
- Ask child how many sides does the stop sign has..
- Point out the polygons with eight sides are called octagons and polygon with six sides are called hexagons.
- Ask child to draw eight lines on paper to represent the number of sides on the stop sign.
- Then ask child to draw 6 lines to represent the number of sides on a hexagon.
- Have child verify the larger and smaller number.
Art For the Week
My Shape House Art
Marble Heart Painting
Valentines Day Sack