Week of May 26

Objectives for the week:

12a Remembers and connects experiences: Recognizes and recalls

15a notices and discriminates rhyme

16a Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet: Identifies and names letters-x1

16b Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet: Identifies letter-sound correspondences

20a Counts 

20b Quantifies 

20c  Connects Numerals to quantities

 

Questions of the week:

What shapes do we see on this simple machine?

Is this a simple machine? 

How do we use this simple machine?

What will we see on our walk today?

 

Books of the week:

Week of May 19th

Objectives for the week:

7a Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination: Uses fingers and hands

9a Expanding expressive vocabulary

11c Solves problem

16a Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet: a. Identifies and names letters

16 b. Identifies letter–sound correspondences

18a Interacts during reading experiences, book conversations and text reflections

21b Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes: Understands shapes

22a Compares and measures: measures objects

24. Uses scientific inquiry skills

 

Questions of the week:

How can you hold these things together?

How do screws hold things together?

Why do screws have threads?

What do you notice is different about the screw drives on these screws?

 

Books of the week:

Week of May 12th

Objectives for the week:

7a Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination: Uses fingers and hands

9a Expanding expressive vocabulary.

18a Interacts during reading experiences, book conversations and text reflections

19b Demonstrates writing skills: Writes to convey ideas and information

20c Connects numerals with their quantities

 

Questions of the week:

What is this (Show a picture of a seesaw)

Which of these is a lever?

What is this used for? (show a lemon squeezer)

Which of these is heavier?

Can you tear the paper on this line? (provide a piece of paper with a straight line down the middle)

 

Week Of May 5th

Objectives:

11c.  Solves problems

15b. Notices and discriminates alliteration

20b. Uses number concepts and operations: quantifies

21a. Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes

23. Demonstrates knowledge of patterns

24. Uses scientific inquiry skill.

26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials

Questions of the week:

How can you move this box?

What can we use to make an inclined plane?

What is something that rolls?

Where did you see an inclined plane today?

Which of these is an inclined plane you play on?

Books of the Week: