Friday, September 28, 2018

Unit 1 Friends Are Special Week 3 October 1-5

Unit 1 Friends Are Special
Unit Books

Oscar is Cold
Read Aloud:We Are Friends
-We will reenact the story of Oscar is Cold with props

 Weekly Question and Vocabulary Related to book:
How Do Friends Help Each Other?
(listen, arrive, exclaim, share, help, shiver)

Literacy Small Groups
-Syllable Segment: We will begin segmenting the syllables in our names in small groups. We will be clapping the sounds in our friends names and creating a chart to show how many claps are in each name.
-Sequencing The Story Oscar is Cold
-Journal Writing."How do friends help us?"
- Big Letters and Little letters- We will be looking at our friends names making every aware than our first letter always starts with a big letter and then little letters.  We will create a chart to show this.
-Your name/My name- We will be drawing self portraits of ourselves and looking at our friends to draw a picture that looks like them.  We will note similarities and differences.
-Number cube game- Using a die with numbers 1-5 and a 5 frame, we will roll the die to identify the number then count the correct number of objects to place in our five frames. 

Handwriting/Letter Groups
-What’s My Letter? Small Groups E and H
We learned what the uppercase and lowercase letter Ee look like.  We sorted magnetic letters to find matches for Ee.  We hunted for them in our names and the names of our classmates.  We used crayons to hunt for them on our papers.  Search for these letters at home.  Remember to help your child name the letter.

Art Table- Color color painting (blue shades)
Block Area- blocks
Sand Table- leaves and acorn sorting 
Book Area- Exploring Books about friends
Easel-Markers and paper
Writing Table- Friendship writing
Dramatic Play- Camping (Making Smores)/ Role play of story
Math, Puzzles, and Manipulatives- Finding Letters in a room hunt using clipboards
Rug- tracks and cars

Science/Social Studies/Social Thinking Circle Concepts
What keeps us warm?
Living and Non-Living
hought Bubbles/

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