"Almost all children respond to music. Music is an open-sesame, and if you can use it carefully and appropriately, you can reach into that child's potential for development." Dr. Clive Robbins

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Native American Week

Week 27- Native American Week
Letter of the Day—A a   Number of the Day--2
9:30  Welcome Song
9:35  Weather/Calendar-Emmali
9:40  Music Circle Time –Let’s sit Indian Style—Introduce Indians with a short book and picture
Movement—Hoop Dance with hula hoops
Instruments—Hear the Beat (Drums)
Counting—10 little Indians
ABC/Reading—What are the Vowels?
music appreciation/readiness—Note Toss
10:10 Math/Science Games--Patterns
10:15  Creating Project--Weaving
10:30 Snack Time—Indian Fry Bread
10:40 Free Play—Make a Teepee
11:00 Reading/Writing Time-1 lesson-
11:15 Story Time--1492
11:28 Goodbye Song

Letter of the Day—I i  Number of the Day--3
9:30  Welcome Song
9:35  Weather/Calendar-Jaxon
9:40  Music Circle Time
Movement—Rain Dance
Instruments/Rhythm—Stick passing game
Counting—Bubble Gum
ABC/Reading—Can you spell my name?
Music appreciation/readiness—Two’s and Threes
10:10 Math/Science Games—Hickory Dickory Dock
10:15  Creating Project—Indian necklace
10:30 Snack Time-Corn
10:40 Free Play
11:00 Reading/Writing Time-1 lesson-
11:15 Story Time--Indians
11:28 Goodbye Song

Calendar:  Next week is Spring Break so there will not be any preschool.
Home Challenge:  Practice the game “I’m thinking of something…”  Then give clues so your child can guess what it is.  Then your child can do the same to you.  This will help you child think of words and try to visualize things they know but can’t see.  

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