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Januaryweek3

  1. 1. Week of: January 20th Study: Clothes Interest Areas Monday Sand and Water: powder, liquid, and bar soaps; egg beaters; whisks Tuesday Sand and Water: soap, mixers, and beaters from the previous day’s experience Dramatic Play: laundry baskets Large Group Music: Beating Drum Patterns Discussion and Shared Writing: Cleaning Clothes Movement: Move Like a Washer or Dryer Discussion and Shared Writing: Remembering a Trip to the Laundromat, or Read Wash and Dry Teacher: Sara, Julie, Julie, Karen Investigation: 2. How do we take care of our clothes? (Monday–Thursday) 3. How do people make clothes? (Friday) Wednesday Library: letter stamps Thursday Library: clothesline story and props or the pocket storytelling props Computer: ebook version of Wash and Dry Book: A Pocket for Corduroy Friday Art: materials for designing shirts, pencils, paper, stamps, stencils, rulers, markers Discussion and Shared Writing: Finding and Making Lines Discussion and Shared Writing: Mending Discussion and Shared Writing: Designing Clothes (show sketch in The Quinceañera) The Girl Who Wore Too Much Patterns on Clothing Expression of Ideas and Feelings through Art Art: pieces of paper with a variety of lines drawn on them, e.g., straight, zigzag, curved; one or two lines per sheet Song: “This Is the Way We Wash Our Clothes” Read-Aloud The Mitten Llama Llama Red Pajama The Mitten Wash and Dry Small Group Shaving Cream Letters Button Letters Baggie Ice Cream Ohio Early Learning & Development Standards Gold Objectives, Dimensions & Indicators Number Sense and Counting Spatial Relationships Oral Motor Dramatic Story Retelling Receptive language and Comprehension Objective 20 Uses Number Concepts and Operations Objective 21 Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes Objective 9 Uses language to express thoughts and needs Objective 8 Listens to and understands increasingly complex language Outdoor Experiences: Walking the Line; Going on a Line Hunt; Follow the Leader on a Line; Up and Away Family Partnerships: Swimming Wow! Experiences: Monday—A visit to the Laundry Room Game: Sort by Shirt Design Objective 14 Uses symbols and images to represent something not present

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