Oct 27-29

October 27th-29th

 Letter R was the focus this week, rainbows, relays and we had our Harvest party and it was a blast! The kids enjoyed the day, especially the trunk or treat. Thank you to the parents that donated their time and donations for the cause. A special thank you to Mrs. Colleen for putting together the trunk or treat!

 Below a review of our week:

 

BOOKS READ:

My “R” Book 

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat

The Little Old Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything

Rise and Shine

Cinderhazel

Noah and the Rainbow

 

WRITING:

Name writing: first and last

Letter P, F, O and R

Number Formation for zero – 5

Prewriting practice ( tracing) zigzags, circles, swirls, dotted lines

Letter formation

 

LANGUAGE ARTS & PHONEMIC AWARENESS/FINE MOTOR

 

Phonemic Awareness activities

Candy corn number word match

letter sound activity

Pumpkin beading for fine motor

Find and count the pumpkin bead fine motor activity

 

Purple phonics book

Nursery Rhyme: Little Miss Muffett and The Itsy Bitsy Spider

 

 

SPANISH WORD LIST:

Months of the year

Days of the week

Morning song “Buenos Dias”

pumpkin- calabaza

Good Bye- Adios

food- comida

 friends -amigos 

caliente-hot

octagon-octagano

spider-araña

 

 

MATH:

Numbers 0-20

Numbers in Spanish 0-10

There was an old lady sequencing activity

Bat and spider counting activity

Pumpkin matching numbers with tally marks with corresponding dots

Subitizing pumpkin activity

Pumpkin patch counting with pumkins

Bead counting pumpkins

Pumpkin shape matching 

 

 

FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS:

scissor use

sorting 

patterning

Shape drawing

 

 

ART 

pumpkin decorating

bat hat

trick or treat coloring sheet

 

SPECIAL NOTES:

 Don’t forget to check your calendar. Have a great weekend! 🙂

¡Hasta Pronto!

 

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