Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Theme 8 Week 1: Farm Animals

Greeting Circle 08:05-08:25

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




Commitment for the week: Choose one you would like to use { Use Kind Words, Listening Ears, Inside Voices, Helping Hands}



Vocabulary:

pigs

piglet

On The Rug
Preschool Pledge of Allegiance - LittleStoryBug
Texas Pledge of Allegiance
Balloon Breathing - Conscious Discipline

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:


Pig begins with P.


Get your child to point and say the letters he/she knows and the sound

Get your child to come up with words that rhyme with pig.

Moving and Learning

Good Morning, Farm Animals! 🐷 Kids Songs & Nursery Rhymes - Learn Animal Sounds on the Farm
The Animals On The Farm | Super Simple Songs
Old MacDonald Had A Farm | Nursery Rhymes | Super Simple Songs

Reading 8:35-8:55

Farm Animals


Vocabulary words:

hogs

snout

grain

bacon

ham

pork chops


Let your child know that the story today is an informational book. Today we will focus on pigs and hogs


Show your child a picture of a hog and describe what it looks like.


Listen to the story and then ask these questions:

What do hogs eat?

How do pigs use their snout?

What meat products come from pigs and hogs?

Big picture
Farm Animals

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Literacy

Letters of the Week:


A,a, F,f, P,p, H,h, G,g, N,n

Alphabet Automaticity | Lower Case | 4 Seconds | Jack Hartmann
What Letter Is It? | Random Order | Phonics Song for Kids | Phonemic Awareness | Jack Hartmann

Daily Literacy Practice

  1. writing your first and last name
  2. practice saying the letters and sounds of the letters in your name when someone points to the letters in random order
  3. Review flashcards for all letters
  4. Practice writing a few letters

Math/Science 08:25-8:35

Retell the story of The Three Pigs. As you retell it pause at each section where the wolf blows down one of the three houses. Ask how many houses the wolf has blown down so far and how many houses are still standing.


After each count, confirm that there are always three houses. Draw a dot and slash mark representation on a sheet of a paper to illustrate the ONE LESS.

Lunch

Story Time

Mrs Wishy Washy's Farm By Joy Cowley | Children's Book Read Aloud | Lights Down Reading

Rest Time

🎹 Dusk | Zen Piano: Harvest | Trevor Loucks

Restroom/Snack

Art

Draw a picture of a pig and write the word pig