Theme 6 Week 1 Construction Terms

8:15-8:30 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: Helping Hands, using My Big Voice, Listening Ears, Kind Words





On The Rug
Rise and Shine
Morning Stretch - Great Way to Start Your Day - Morning Stretch - Click Show More
Letter Sounds | Alphabet Song | Act Out The Alphabet | Phonics Song | Jack Hartmann
New Sight Words 2 | Sight Words Kindergarten | High Frequency Words | Jump Out Words | Jack Hartmann

Moving and Learning

Shubert Shuffle

8:30-9:30 Centers and Small Group

Monday: My circle is a _________. Sentence writing

Tuesday: Words in a sentence practice

Wednesday:Syllable counts

Thursday:Math one-to-one counting and number match

Friday: Math shapes sorting

Clean Up

9:30- 10:00 Outdoor Learning

Monday: Alliteration sorts

Tuesday: Beginning sounds bingo

Wednesday: Bean Bag shapes toss

Thursday:Syllable count sorts

Friday:Play doh

Morning Message

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.

10:30-11:00 Reading

Monday: The Button Story

Tuesday: Tillie the Triangle

Wednesday: Smart Cookies

Thursday: Can you see shapes?

Friday: Twinkle the Little Star

10:30-11:00 Literacy

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.

Tuesday:Alliteration Sort

Wednesday: Wiggle Worm Game letters/numbers/ shapes

Thursday: Syllable Count

Friday: Beginning Sound Match Game

Lunch 11:00-11:30

Story Time and Restroom 11:30-12:00

Rest Time

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Animated Film

Math/Science 1:15-2:00

Shapes of the Week: Circle and Square


  • 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.
Circle Song | Circle Shapes | I'm A Circle | Circles | Educational Songs | Jack Hartmann
Life Cycle of a Butterfly | #aumsum #kids #science #education #children
The Square Song | I'm A Square | Shapes Songs | Square Shape | Educational Songs | Jack Hartmann

Art For the Week

Circle Shape Art

My Shape House Art

Marble Heart Painting

Valentines Day Sack