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Januaryweek4

  1. 1. Interest Areas Large Group ReadAloud Small Group Monday Toys and Games: fabric scraps cut into pieces to match or pattern Art: large paper for body tracings Computer: ebook version of The Quinceañera Book: The Quinceañera Discussion and Shared Writing: Do You Think We Can Make Clothes? Something From Nothing Sewing Paper Week of: January 27-31, 2014 Teacher: Sara, Julie, Julie, and Karen Study: Clothes Investigation: 3. How do people make clothes? (Monday–Thursday) 4. How is cloth made? (Friday) Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Toys and Games: Art: large paper for Art: fabric scraps; glue Discovery: fabric; geoboards; geobands body tracing magnifying glasses; Dramatic Play: fabric clipboards; felt tip Toys and Games: pieces that can be draped or Library: materials for matching fabric scraps pens tied to create clothes; cloth thank-you notes samples that represent the cultures of families Art: large paper for body tracing Movement: Making Shapes Movement: Body Lines Book: Something From Game: Sorting With Scarves Nothing Ourselves Discussion and Shared Discussion and Shared Writing: Thinking Discussion and Shared Discussion and Shared Writing: Visitor Who Sews About Lines Writing: Using Fabric Writing: How Is Cloth Pieces to Make Clothes Made? The Girl Who Wore Too Much Dyeing Paper Towels Abuela’s Weave Ohio Early Learning & Developmen t Standards MathematicsPatterning Mathematic Identifying and describing shapes Gold Objectives, Dimensions & Indicators Demonstrate knowledge of patterns Understand shapes Writing Poetry The Girl Who Wore Too Much A Collection of Poems The Paper Bag Princess Shopping Trip Phonemic awareness 2a Demonstrate understanding of spoken words Demonstrate phonemic awareness Phonemic Awareness 2a Demonstrate understanding of spoken words Demonstrate phonemic awareness Mathematics Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category Use classification skills Outdoor Experiences: Follow the Leader on a Line; Up and Away; Go In and Out the Windows Family Partnerships: We’d like to invite a family member who knits or crochets to visit the class on Friday to help the children explore how cloth is made. Also, our class will be conducting a clothing drive at the end of this study, so please collect clothing to donate. We would also like to ask a few family members to help take the clothes to a donation site after the clothing drive, so let us know if you are interested. Wow! Experiences: Tuesday—A visit from someone who sews Friday—A visit from someone who knits or crochets
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