"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, October 12, 2013

Flavorful Food

9:00  Self-Directed Play Time and Clean up
9:10  Seat Work (writing name, worksheet)
9:20  Weather, Calendar, Counting, Letter and Number of the Day
9:25  Reading Time/Phonograms (letter sounds)
9:30  Music Circle Time
Hello Song
Instruments—All Around the Kitchen
Social- Muffin Man
Counting-Blue Jello’s
Music Appreciation/Readiness—ABC sing with me
Small and Large Movement Skills- Dance Director
ABC/Reading-- I like to Eat…Apples and Bananas
Singing—Child Chooses Songs
10:00  Outside Play (Dress appropriately for weather)
10:10  Snacktime/Storytime a snack from all food groups!—Read Hungry Caterpillar
10:20  Creating Project (arts and crafts)  Good Group cut out project
10:45  Math/Science Skills-Uno Attack
10:55  Clean up and Goodbye Song
Announcements:  Next week is a short week because of Fall Break (UEA).  No class Wed. or Thurs.
Homework Assignment:  We did playdough last week and all the kids really enjoyed this.  I have a great recipe for homemade playdough that I encourage you to make.  It keeps great in a air tight container.  I had a batch that lasted one year!  Here is a link to the recipe.  
One other challenge is to work on rhyming with your child at home.  Taking one sound such as "s" as the starting sound and practice rhyming with ee, at, een, o.  You can do the same with "m" to make different words.  Other ways to practice rhyming is reading Dr. Seuss and nursery rhymes and other literature that rhymes.  

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