Getting started study september 2013

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Getting started study september 2013

  1. 1. Week of: September 23-27, 2013 Study of Learning: Beginning the Year Focus Question: 4. When do things happen at school? (Monday) 5. Who works at our school? (Tuesday–Friday) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Interest Areas Discovery: collection of familiar classroom items; magnifying glasses Computer: ebook version of Papi, How Many Stars Are in the Sky? Music and Movement: beanbags Computer: ebook version of The Gingerbread Man Cooking: equipment, ingredients for Orange Vanilla Yogurt Pops Computer: ebook version of Neighborhood Song Sand and Water: measuring cups; measuring spoons; mixing spoons; whisks Computer: ebook version of The Gingerbread Man Toys and Games: magnetic letters Computer: ebook version of Neighborhood Song Large Group Movement: Let’s Make Letters Discussion and Shared Writing: Cues for Times of the Day Song: “Hello Bingo” Discussion and Shared Writing: Who Do You Think Works at Our School? Game: Busy Bees Discussion and Shared Writing: Visit From a School Worker (Greg- Facility Services) Song: “Let’s Clean Up!” Discussion and Shared Writing: Visit From a School Worker (Jara – music therapist) Movement: Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be? Discussion and Shared Writing: The Missing Gingerbread Man Read- Aloud Papi, How Many Stars Are in the Sky? The Gingerbread Man Neighborhood Song The Gingerbread Man Neighborhood Song Small Group Morning, Noon & Night Geoboards Missing Lids D Is for Door Alphabet Cards Modeling Clay Creative Curriculum Objectives Explores change related to familiar people or places Shows basic understanding of people and how they live Demonstrates knowledge about self Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet Uses creativity and imagination during play and routine tasks Ohio ELDS Words associated with time are meaningful in the context of the daily classroom routines. Everyone has responsibilities within a group Compare own characteristics to those of others Recognize and name some upper and lower case letters in addition to those in first name With modeling and support remember and use information for a variety of purposes. Outdoor Experiences: Body Part Balance; Jump the River Family Partnerships: We would like to invite a family member to visit the class on Wednesday to cook with the children. Please let us know if you’re interested Wow! Experiences: Wednesday (large group)—Visit from a school worker Wednesday (choice time)—Visit from a family member to cook during choice time Thursday—Visit from a school worker whose job relates to maintaining the school, keeping it clean, or both. Friday – Giraffe’s Library Trip

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