Week of the 3rd of February

Our questions of the week:

How does this music make you feel?

Can you think of two rhyming words?

Do you and your friends like the same music?

How do you feel today?

 

Our learning objectives for the week:

2- Establishes and sustains positive relationships: Responds to emotional cues.

12b-Remembers and connects experiences.

15- Demonstrates phonological awareness, phonics skills, and word recognition: Notices and discriminates rhyme.

21a- Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes; understands spatial relationships.

36- Explores drama through actions and language.

Books of the week:

Week of the 27th

Our questions of the week:

Do you have a favorite songs?

Which song do you want to sing today?

Do you have any questions for the visitor?

Do you know what this is? (Kazoo)

Which song do you want to sing today?

 

Our learning objectives for the week:

9a. Uses language to express thoughts and needs; uses an expanding and expressive vocabulary

20a&b. Uses number concepts and operations: counts & quantifies

15c. Notices and discriminates discrete units of sound

15a. Notices and discriminates rhyme

15b. Notices and discriminates alliteration

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Our main stories of the week:

Tabby McTat

Where the wild things are ??

Violets

Week of January 20

Our questions of the week:

What other musical instruments are there?

How do people play them?

Can we make an instrument with these?

 

Our learning objectives for the week:

15a- Demonstrates phonological awareness, phonics skills, and word recognition;Notices and discriminates rhyme

15b Demonstrates phonological awareness, phonics skills, and word recognition; Notices and discriminates alliteration.

15c- Demonstrates phonological awareness, phonics skills, and word recognition;Notices and discriminates discrete units of sounds.

19b- Writes to convey ideas and information

21b – Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes; understands shapes.

35– Explores dance and movement concepts

 

 

Our main stories of the week:

Before John was a Jazz Giant

Rap a Tap Tap

My Name is Celia

Week of January 13

Our questions of the week are:

How can we make a sound with these objects?

How can we sort these instruments?

What is a rhythm?

What is a beat?

Learning objectives for the week:

8b – Follow direction

9a – Uses an expanding expressive vocabulary

11e – Shows flexibility and inventiveness in thinking

12b- makes connections

13 – uses classification skills

18a – Comprehends and responds to books and other texts.

23 – Demonstrates knowledge of patterns

35 – Explores dance and movement concepts

34 – Explores musical concepts and expression

 

Our main stories for the week are:

  1. Giraffes Can’t Dance
  2. Dogs Don’t Do Ballet
  3. Chrysanthemum