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Week of: March 24-28, 2014 Teacher: Sara, Jenn, Julie F., and Karen
Study: Boxes Investigation: How are boxes made?
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  1. 1. Week of: March 24-28, 2014 Teacher: Sara, Jenn, Julie F., and Karen Study: Boxes Investigation: How are boxes made? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Interest Areas Art: unassembled cardboard boxes Discovery: variety of boxes used to make boxes Discovery: materials to make boxes and items to support sturdiness Discovery: balance scale, variety of objects for weighing Discovery: photos of machines that move boxes Large Group Game: I Have One Discussion and Shared Writing: How can we make boxes? Materials: Mighty Minute 98 Sight Words Movement: People patterns Discussion and Shared writing: Can we make a box with this? Materials: Mighty Minute 65 Phonic Cheers Game: I’m Thinking of Discussions and Shared Writing: Testing Sturdiness Materials: Mighty Minutes 18 Sight Words Song: I’m a Sturdy Oak Tree Discussion and Shared Writing: Moving Heavy Boxes Materials: Mighty Minutes 45 Phonic Cheer Movement: Going on a journey Discussion and Shared Writing: Testing Predictions Materials: Mighty Minutes 63 Read-Aloud Dear Mr. Blueberry Boxes, Boxes Inside, Outside, Upside Down Alexander, Who’s Not (Do you hear me? I mean it!) Going to move Not a box Small Group Morning: Playing with environmental print Afternoon: Making Shiny paint Morning: Huff and Puff Afternoon: Cover Up Morning: Rhyming Chart Afternoon: Rhyming Tubs Morning: Ice Cubes Afternoon: Balancing Act Morning: Rhyming Riddles Afternoon: Did You Ever See? Ohio Early Learning & Development Standards Print concepts, phonological awareness, and phonics and word recognition. Measurement and Data – Describe and compare measureable attributes. Phonological awareness and phonics and word recognition. Measurement and Data – Describe and compare measureable attributes. Phonological awareness and phonics and word recognition. Gold Objectives, Dimensions & Indicators Objective – 16, 17 – Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet and of print and it’s uses Objective – 22- Compares and Measures Objective- 15 – Demonstrates phonological awareness Objective – 22- Compares and Measures 15 – Demonstrates phonological awareness Outdoor Experiences: Boxes Outside Family Partnerships: Bring in boxes with environmental print to share Wow! Experiences: Swimming

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