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  • Week of: October 14 to 18 Study: Trees Interest Areas Investigation: 1. What are the characteristics of the trees in our community? Monday Art: evergreen sprigs to be used as painting tools Tuesday Discovery: paper and crayons to make leaf rubbings; leaves; magnifying glasses Wednesday Dramatic Play: materials to construct a large tree Large Group Song: “I’m a Sturdy Oak Tree” Game: Feely Box Game: Riddle Dee Dee Friday Toys and Games: photos of trees to sort Computer: ebook version of Trees, Trees, Trees Computer: ebook version of Trees Count Thursday Toys and Games: several sets of matching leaf rubbings Computer: ebook version of Trees Count Song: “Ticky Ricky” Rhyme: “Come Play With Me” Discussion and Shared Writing: Preparing for the Site Visit Discussion and Shared Writing: Using Our Senses to Explore Trees Trees Count Abiyoyo Our Tree Named Steve The Grouchy Ladybug Discussion and Shared Writing: Sharing Tree Photos Trees Count Option 2: Puzzles Option 2: Big Tree ABC Ohio Early Learning and Development Standards Observations of Living Things Option 1: Creating Patterns Recognize & produce rhyming words Option 1: Stick Letters Counts to 10 by ones Gold Objectives, Dimensions & Indicators #25 Demonstrates Knowledge of of the characteristics of living things With modeling & Support, explore the properties of objects & materials #26 Demonstrates Option 1: Alike and Different Leave Recognize & produce rhyming words Demonstrates phonological awareness Demonstrates phonological awareness Uses number concepts and operations Read-Aloud Discussion and Shared Writing: Examining Tree Parts Discussion and Shared Writing: Evergreen and Deciduous Small Group knowledge of the physical properties of objects & Materials Outdoor Experiences: Hula Hoop Corral; Balance on a Beam Family Partnerships: We’d like to invite a family member to visit the class this week to share an interesting story about an experience involving something that lived in a tree. Perhaps you’ve watched a squirrel build a nest or saw baby birds hatch! Please let us know if you are interested in joining us. We also invite families to contribute pictures of trees.. Wow! Experiences: Tuesday—A site visit to see trees Giraffe’s Trip to Library