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    • Experimen)ng  with  water  pressure   We  are:     • Gaining  ability  to  use  different  art  media  and  materials  in  a  variety  of  ways  for   creative  expression   • Exploring  new  uses  for  familiar  materials  
    • We  are:  • Beginning  to  understand  cause  and  effect  relationships  • Developing  fine  motor  strength,  dexterity  and  control  • Approaching  tasks  with  increased  imagination  
    • Water  Pipes  in  the  bathroom   “We  looked  in  the  toilet  and  we   saw  that.    We  were  lookin’  in   there.  We  fixed  the  water   pipes.”  ~Tyrese   “Ms.  Thompson  pulled  the   thing  up.  Then  it  went  around   and  around.”  ~Anthony  
    • We  are:  • Demonstrating  an  understanding  of  motion  related  words  • Exploring  materials  that  provide  sensory  experiences  
    • Water  pipes  outside!  The  children  got  to  choose  what  setting  they  would  like  to  try  the  sprayer  on  and  then  we  counted  to  5  together  while  they  sprayed.   We  are:   • Participating  in  simple  investigations  to  test  observations  and  draw  conclusions   • Following  simple  oral  directions   • Using  language  related  to  distance  and  size    
    • Setting  up   shop…   The  children  decided  to  name  our   shop  “The  Fix-­‐It  Plumbing  Shop”  We  are:  • Understanding  the  purpose  of  print  • Demonstrating    letter  formation  in  “writing”  • Developing  an  awareness  of  jobs  and  what  it  takes  to  perform  them  • Participating  in  a  variety  of  dramatic  play  activities  
    • Taking  Orders…  The  children  had  work  order  forms  to  fill  in  about  what  plumbing  jobs  they  had  to  do.   We  are:   • Displaying  and  sharing  writing   samples  with  others   • Producing  “writing”  to  convey   thoughts   • Understanding  that  print  has   meaning  and  demonstrating  the   functions  of  print  through  play   activities  
    • We  are:  • Developing  and  expressing  self  in  terms  of  specific  abilities  and  preferences  • Showing  creativity  and  imagination  in  using  materials  and  in  assuming  different  roles  in  dramatic  play  situations.  
    • Sink  or  Float?  We  are:  • Sustaining  interactions  with  our  peers  by  helping,  sharing  and  discussing  • Solving  problems  through  active  exploration  • Setting  goals  and  following  through  with  plans  • Participating  in  simple  exploration  to  test  observations  • Discussing  predictions  and  explanations  
    • Our  Search  for  Water   Pipes  Around  the   Building  We  are:  • Developing  an  ability  to  collect,  describe  and  record  information  • Developing  ability  to  take  turns  with  materials  • Showing  an  interest  in  investigating  unfamiliar  objects  • Recording  observations  and  findings  • Exploring  objects  using  simple  equipment  
    • Making  our  PowerPoint  about   Water  Pipes  We  are:  • Developing  an  understanding  of  the  functions  of  print  • Recognizing  a  word  as  a  unit  of  print,  that  letters  are  grouped  to  form  words  and  words  are  separated  by  spaces  • Using  an  increasingly  complex  and  varied  spoken  vocabulary  • Demonstrating  the  safe  use  of  tools  and  technology  • Recognizing  some  uppercase  and  lowercase  letters  • Beginning  to  distinguish  print  from  pictures  
    • Measuring  Water   Pipes   We  are:   • Beginning  to  use  terms  to  compare   attributes  (Longer,  Shorter)   • Measure  length  using  standard   units   • Beginning  to  associate  number   concepts,  vocabulary,  and  written   numerals  in  meaningful  ways  
    • More  Work  in  the   Plumber’s  Shop  We  Are:  • Experimenting  with  writing  tools  • Progressing  from  using  scribbles  and  shapes  to  using  letter-­‐like  symbols  to  represent  ideas  • Using  a  variety  of  resources  to  gather  information  
    • Learning  about   water  pressure   through  art  We  are:  • Using  a  variety  of  media  and  materials  for  creative  expression  • Sharing  opinions  and  ideas  about  artistic  experiences  • Exploring  new  uses  for  familiar  materials  • Investigating  natural  laws  acting  upon  objects  
    • Water  Play  
    • More  Water  Play    We  are:  • Exploring  and  comparing  materials  that  provide  sensory  experiences  • Exploring  ways  of  moving  objects  in  different  ways  • Participating  in  science  explorations  with  others  • Demonstrating  cooperative  behaviors  
    • We  are:  • Engaging  in  problem  solving  behavior  • Beginning  to  use  our  senses  to  gather  information  • Describing  scientific  predictions  and  explanations  • Sustaining  interactions  with  peers  through  discussion  • Developing  independence  and  self  confidence