October week 4

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October week 4

  1. 1. Study: Trees Read-Aloud Wednesday Discovery: tree parts, magnifying glasses Thursday Dramatic Play: realistic animal puppets Friday Dramatic Play: realistic animal puppets; materials for building tree homes Game: Riddles Game: Let’s Pretend Song: “I’m a Sturdy Oak Tree” Song: “Strolling Through the Park” Discussion and Shared Writing: Who Might Live in Our Trees? The Grouchy Ladybug Discussion and Shared Writing: Preparing for the Site Visit Who Lives in Trees? Discussion and Shared Writing: Harmful and Helpful Discussion and Shared Writing: Tree Storytelling When the Monkeys Came Back Discussion and Shared Writing: Homes in Trees Henny Penny Option 2: Big Story Problems Large Group Tuesday Discovery: tree parts, magnifying glasses Computer: ebook version of Who Lives in Trees? Interest Areas Monday Art: materials to make bark rubbings; magnifying glass Computer: ebook version of Who Lives in Trees? Song: “Strolling Through the Park” Week of: Oct. 21 – Oct. 25 Investigation: 2. Who lives in trees? Option 2: Nursery Rhyme Count Option 1: Rhyming Riddles Option 2: Animal Sculptures Option 1: Spy Outside Objects and materials are described by their properties Count to 10 by ones Demonstrate or orally communicate position & directional words Demonstrates knowledge of physical properties of objects & materials Uses number concepts & operations Explores & describes spatial relationships & shapes The Grouchy Ladybug Small Group Identify real-life Identify real-life Ohio Early connections between connections between Learning & words & their use words & their use Development Standards Remembers & Remembers & Gold Objectives, Connects Experiences Connects Dimensions, & Experiences Indicators Outdoor Experiences: Who Lives in Trees?; Body Part Balance Family Partnerships: Please take some time this week to talk to your children about experiences you have had with insects or other animals in trees. Also, we’d like to invite a family member or another community member who grows food on trees (such as a farmer or someone with a fruit tree at home) to visit the class next week. Please let us know if you are interested in joining us Wow! Experiences: Tuesday: A site visit to see trees - ELI Visitor on Monday

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