October 8, 2020

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.
On The Rug
Shake it Like A Duck
Preschool Pledge of Allegiance - LittleStoryBug
Texas Pledge of Allegiance
Balloon Breathing - Conscious Discipline
ABC ROCK By Greg & Steve
ABC Hip Hop with Ah-Choo

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:

Mothers 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 Ff, Cc and Mm and circle them.

Moving and Learning

The Lion Sleeps Tonight - Nickelodeon Dance - Wii Workouts
Nickelodeon Dance We Got the Beat


Read the Book Skidamarink

  • Talk about what an author does(writes the words), what the illustrator does(draw the pictures), point to the title(name of the book).
  • Where do you start reading? ( top to bottom, left to right)
  • Have your child demonstrate how to hold a book and how to turn pages.
  • Have your child retell the story.
See It, Say It, Sign It | Letter Sounds | ASL Alphabet | Jack Hartmann


Learning the Letters in Your Name

See Saw Literacy Activity

Rhyming Activity

Alliteration Activity

Math and Science

Show child a picture of a duck and a baby duck. Discuss the characteristics of the ducks. Ask how are the ducks alike and how are the ducks different. Explain that baby ducks are called ducklings and they have webbed feet, which cause them to waddle.

Invite the child to stand and practice waddling. Count how many times the child waddle in a circle.

See Saw Math and Science Activity - counting activity


Story Time

Pete the cat and the missing cupcakes | Read Aloud | Storytime
Sesame Street: Healthy Teeth, Healthy Me: Brushy Brush PSA

Rest Time

Science and Social Studies

Begin Learning birthday and address.