"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

Friday, April 6, 2012

Homes

Homes-
Seat Work—Where will you find it?
Practice writing names
Weather/Calendar
Introduce Theme and Letter and Number of the Day—Letters O, N, F # 70-80
Counting
Music Circle Time
Hello Song
Instruments-Play name rhythms
Social—Button you must wander
Counting—This old Man
Music Appreciation/Readiness
Small and Large Movement Skills-London Bridges
ABC/Reading-BINGO
Singing—Child Chooses Songs
Creating Project (arts and crafts)—Folded Home
Free Time-choose activity inside or outside before snacks
Snacktime-Pretzles
Reading Time
Writing assignment (numbers and/or letters)
Group Motor Activity—Inside Obstacle Course
Math/Science Skills-Old Maid
Storytime
Goodbye Song

Seat Work
Practice writing names
Weather/Calendar
Spotlights on preschool children-Shaddix Spotlight
Show and Tell- Bring something you love from your kitchen or bathroom
Introduce Theme and Letter and Number of the Day --Letters O, N, F # 70-80
Counting
Music Circle Time
Hello Song
Instruments-Harvest Dance w/xylophone on D and C
Social—Home on the Range (Listening and Solo Singing)
Counting-New Money Song
Music Appreciation/Readiness-Find all the C’s on Staff
Small and Large Movement Skills—If you happy and you know it
ABC/Reading-Alphabet Rumba
Singing—Child Chooses Songs
Creating Project (arts and crafts)—Build home with sticks
Free Time-choose activity inside or outside before snacks—Blocks (Build Homes)
Snacktime-carrots and celery sticks
Reading Time
Writing assignment (numbers and/or letters)
Group Motor Activity—Walk through the house and identify items in each room
Math/Science Skills—Telephone Take
Storytime—The Three Little Pigs
Goodbye Song

Announcements:
This week we will do Show and Tell on Wed and Thurs. We are talking about homes and what is in each room. Will you help your child bring a favorite item from either the kitchen or the bathroom.

Home Challenge: Next week we are participating in a state wide earthquake drill. I would like to encourage you to talk to your families about what you will do in the case of an earthquake. It would be a fun family activity to practice what you would do at home. Here is a website to check out for more information. http://www.shakeout.org/utah/ Do you have extra food and water to live off for a few days. It would also be good to talk about your fire escape plan.

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