Week of: September 9-13th, 2013 Study of Learning: Beginning the Year
Focus Question: 2. What should we do if we get sad o...
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  1. 1. Week of: September 9-13th, 2013 Study of Learning: Beginning the Year Focus Question: 2. What should we do if we get sad or scared at school? (Monday– Wednesday) 3. What are our rules? (Thursday–Friday) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Interest Areas Toys and Games: puzzles Library: a personal journal for each child (newsprint pages with construction paper covers); variety of writing tools Art: safety scissors (right- and left-handed); paper; thick marker Blocks: cars and trucks Dramatic Play: dress- up clothes Computers: ebook version of A World of Families Large Group Movement: Dance With Scarves Discussion and Shared Writing: Feeling Sad Rhyme: “Little Miss Muffet” Discussion and Shared Writing: Feeling Scared Rhyme: “Two Plump Armadillos” Discussion and Shared Writing: Feelings at School Song: “Mary Had a Little Lamb” Discussion and Shared Writing: Why We Have Rules Game: Jack in the Box Discussion and Shared Writing: Writing the Rules Read- Aloud Wemberly Worried The Kissing Hand Wemberly Worried Charlie Anderson A World of Families Small Group Introducing Interest Areas Introducing Interest Areas Introducing Interest Areas Introducing Interest Areas Option 1: Modeling Clay; Option 2: Black Bean Corn Salad Creative Curriculum Objectives Expressive Language #10 Demonstrate an understanding of the structure/function of print English Language Arts: Craft/structure Coordinate the use of hands, fingers and wrists to manipulate objects and perform tasks requiring precise movements Peer Interaction: Interact with peers in more complex pretend play including planning, coordination of roles and cooperation Ohio ELDS 11A: Engages and Attends Demonstrates emergent writing skills English Language Arts Craft/structure Demonstrate fine motor strength/coordination Use fingers/hands Establishes/sustains positive relationships Interacts with peers Outdoor Experiences: Introducing the play yards Family Partnerships: Please access the e-book, A World of Family Wow! Experiences:
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