"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

Sunday, April 17, 2011


Week 29- Easter 
This week we will do a show and tell on Wed.  Have them bring something from home that starts with the letter E or bring 8 different things to match with the number or letter of the day.
Letter—R  Number of the day 6
9:30  Welcome Song
9:35  Weather/Calendar- Connor
9:40  Music Circle Time
Movement—I’m an Easter Bunny
Watch me hop.  Here are my two ears, See how they flop.  I’m a happy fellow, Here’s my nose.  I’m all furry From my head to my toes
Instruments—Jam Session
Counting-- Hop like a Rabbit—(number song)
music appreciation/readiness—Slap C
10:10 Math/Science Games-  4 in a row
10:15  Creating Project—Easter Picture for window
10:30 Snack Time
10:40 Free Play
11:00 Reading/Writing Time-1 lesson-  Rabbit Worksheet
11:15 Story Time-Peter Rabbit, Gray Rabbit’s Odd One Out
11:28 Goodbye Song
Letter of the Day—E Number of the day 8
9:30  Welcome Song
9:35  Weather/Calendar-Abi,
Show and Tell Today!
9:40  Music Circle Time
Movement-My Easter Bonnet
Instruments—Making a Rain Storm
Counting—1 little 2 little Rabbits
ABC/Reading—Name Game
music appreciation/readiness—Piano Game
10:10 Math/Science Games—Uno Attack
10:15  Creating Project—Dying Easter Eggs
10:30 Snack Time
10:40 Free Play
11:00 Reading/Writing Time-1 lesson-
11:15 Story Time—Easter Chick
11:28 Goodbye Song

Home Challenge:  For Easter consider giving your child something that will help them academically like a new puzzle, coloring book, reading book, or flashcards. 

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