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Winter --Barnett--January 3th - January 6th

L. Arts Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

              IIA.1

Child shows understanding by responding appropriately.

-read The Hat

-ask children to recall and add details to expand their responses while engaged in activities during read aloud time.

IID.2

Demonstrates understanding instructional language in the classroom.

-Vocabulary-

-children will be able to successfully use new vocabulary taught from read aloud in their daily conversations.  

IIIC.1

Child names at least 20 upper and lower case letters

-Children will review letters  from last two quarters and recognize letters  in words, and books

-children will sort objects by initial sound using floor graph

IIIB.1

Child separates a 4 word sentence into individual words

-model segmenting 2 word sentences.  

-movement for each word

-move an object to represent each word

 

Math Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

VC.1

Child recognizes common shapes 

-use common objects to show shapes (clock, paper plate, lids) -- Circle

-shape hunt around the room, playground 

VA.9

Child recognizes one digit numerals 0-9

-rainbow write Numbers 6 using various writing tools

-find number 6 among other numbers

VA.2

Child uses words to rote count 1-30

-Count orally 1-20

-Sing counting songs 1-20

-count objects, steps, fingers etc. 1-20

-walk around room counting to 20 see where 20 steps gets us to

VA.3

Child counts 1-10 items with one count per item

Use winter manipulatives, snowmen, penguins, etc.  to show correct number of objects (1-5)

-put correct number of manipulatives on numbers 1-5

 

 

Winter  The Mitten Barnett---January 9th - January 13th

L. Arts Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

              IIA.1

Child shows understanding by responding appropriately.

-read The Mitten

-ask children to recall and add details to expand their responses while engaged in activities during read aloud time.

IID.2

Demonstrates understanding instructional language in the classroom.

-Vocabulary-

-children will be able to successfully use new vocabulary taught from read aloud in their daily conversations.  

IIIC.1

Child names at least 20 upper and lower case letters

-Children will learn letter W and recognize it in words, and books

-Recognize Letter “W” and hear the “W” sound in words

-Pick letter “W” out from other letters.

IIIB.1

Child separates a 4 word sentence into individual words

-model segmenting 2 word sentences.  

-movement for each word

-move an object to represent each word

 

Math Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

VC.1

Child recognizes common shapes 

-use common objects to show shapes- square
-shape hunt around the room, playground 

VA.9

Child recognizes one digit numerals 0-9

-rainbow write Numbers 6 using various writing tools

-find number 6 among other numbers

VA.2

Child uses words to rote count 1-30

-Count orally 1-20

-Sing counting songs 1-20

-count objects, steps, fingers etc. 1-20

-walk around room counting to 20 see where 20 steps gets us to

VA.3

Child counts 1-10 items with one count per item

Use winter manipulatives, snowmen, penguins, etc.  to show correct number of objects (1-5)

-put correct number of manipulatives on numbers 1-5

 

 

Barnett--January 17th - January 20th

L. Arts Guidelines

Summary

Activities

              IIA.1

Child shows understanding by responding appropriately.

-read Snowman at Night

-ask children to recall and add details to expand their responses while engaged in activities during read aloud time.

IID.2

Demonstrates understanding instructional language in the classroom.

-Vocabulary-

-children will be able to successfully use new vocabulary taught from read aloud in their daily conversations.  

IIIC.1

Child names at least 20 upper and lower case letters

-Children will learn letter S and recognize it in words, and books

-Recognize Letter “S” and hear the “s” sound in words

-Pick letter “S” out from other letters.

IIIB.1

Child separates a 4 word sentence into individual words

-model segmenting 2 word sentences.  

-movement for each word

-move an object to represent each word

 

Math Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

VE.1

Child sorts object that are the same and different into groups and uses language to describe how the groups are similar and different.

-use manipulatives to sort by color

-sort  manipulatives by kind

VA.9

Child recognizes one digit numerals 0-9

-rainbow write Numbers 1-6 using various writing tools

-find number 6 among other numbers

-count out 6 objects using various manipulatives

VA.2

Child uses words to rote count 1-30

-Count orally 1-20

-Sing counting songs 1-20

-count objects, steps, fingers etc. 1-20

-walk around room counting to 20 see where 20 steps gets us to

VA.3

Child counts 1-10 items with one count per item

Use winter manipulatives, snowmen, penguins, etc.  to show correct number of objects (1-5)

-put correct number of manipulatives on numbers 1-6

 

 

Penguin “p” Barnett--January 23rd - January 27th

L. Arts Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

IIA.1

Child shows understanding by responding appropriately.

-read Tacky The Penguin

-ask the children to recall and add details to expand their responses while engaged in activities during read aloud time.

IID.2

Demonstrates understanding instructional language in the classroom.

-Vocabulary-

-children will be able to successfully use new vocabulary taught from read aloud in their daily conversations.  

IIIC.1

Child names at least 20 upper and lower case letters

-Children will learn letter p and recognize it in words, and books

-Recognize Letter “p” and hear the “p” sound in words

-Pick letter “p” out from other letters.

IIIB.1

Child separates a (4 word) sentence into individual words

-model segmenting 2 word sentences.  

-movement for each word

-move an object to represent each word

IIIB.6

Child can recognize rhyming words

read nursery rhymes, listening for rhyming words

-rhyming picture cards

 

Math Guidelines

Summary

Activities 

VE.1

Child sorts objects that are the same and different into groups and uses language to describe how the groups are similar and different.

-sort  manipulatives by kind

VA.9

Child recognizes one digit numerals 0-9

-rainbow write Numbers 1-7 using various writing tools

-find number 7 among other numbers

VA.2

Child uses words to rote count 1-30

-Count orally 1-20

-Sing counting songs 1-20

-count objects, steps, fingers etc. 1-20

-walk around room counting to 20 see where 20 steps gets us to

VA.3

Child counts 1-10 items with one count per item

Use winter manipulatives, snowmen, penguins, etc.  to show the correct number of objects (1-5)

-put correct number of manipulatives on numbers 1-5

VB.1

Child uses concrete objects, creates pictorial models and shares a verbal word problem for adding up to 5

Use objects to represent the verbal word problem (adding more)