Friday, January 15

Week of January 11

SeeSaw Activities: Patterns and Letter G

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.

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

Inside Voices


Traditional, Greeting

On The Rug
Shake Your Sillies Out ♫ Brain Breaks Songs for Kids ♫ Kids Action Songs by The Learning Station
Preschool Pledge of Allegiance - LittleStoryBug
Texas Pledge of Allegiance
Ballon | Conscious Discipline

Morning Message

Parents, please 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:

Henny Penny and Goosey Loosey went to find the king.

La gallina Tina y pata Tato se fueron a buscar al rey.

  • Display the pocket letters Gg, Kk & Ll. Do not write the message yet. Say the message twice.
  • Ask the students to identify the words that begins with a G, K, & L sounds.
  • Write the sentence showing the students how to space out each word.
  • Ask student to circle the letters Gg, Kk & Ll.
  • Review the letters Gg, Hh, Ii, Jj, Kk, Ll.

Move and Learn

🐥CHICKEN DANCE with a Real Baby Chicken 🐤
Boom Chicka Boom | Fun Dance Song for Kids | Brain Breaks | Jack Hartmann


Read/Watch Henny Penny.

Vocabulary words: short cut, problem, solution, resolved, loyalty

Henny Penny - Read Aloud (HD)


Letters of the Day:

Gg, Kk, Ll

Today Practice writing the letters Gg, Kk and Ll on paper and then find items around the house that start with the letters Gg, Kk and Ll.

Daily Literacy Practice

  1. Write your name
  2. Put together your name puzzle
  3. Practice saying the letters and sounds of the letters in your name when someone points to the letters in random order
  4. Review flashcards for upper and lowercase letters Gg, Hh, Ii, Jj, Kk, and Ll.
Letter G Song
Letter K Song
Letter L Song


Number of the Day:


Daily Practice:

  • write the number
  • make one group of thirteen
  • count each object, touching each one as you say the number until you get to thirteen
  • discuss that the number 13 is also called a baker's dozen which is 12 plus one more. Use doughnuts for an example...if you order a dozen doughnuts, sometimes they will give you an extra one!

Shape of the week: Triangle

Sesame Street: Count's Number of the Day -- 13
[Kids Book Read Aloud | Storytime] The Baker's Dozen
TRIANGLE SONG FOR KIDS - Learn Shapes for Toddlers Shapes for Children Learn Shapes Song
Growing pattern

P.E. Activities


Story Time

Chicken Little READ ALOUD - Fairytales and Bedtime Stories for Kids

Rest Time


Observing in Science


Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes
The Gingerbread Man | Fairy Tales | Gigglebox
Old MacDonald Had A Farm | Children's Song with Lyrics by Kids Academy