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For the Week of: Jan.

12th, 2014
Room: 111
Arrival/Greeting/
Carpet Time
8:30-8:50

Morning Meeting
8:50-9:10

Breakfast
9:10-9:25

Music/Movement
9:25-9:35
Story
9:35-9:50

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
-Meet the children getting off by parents/ Find Cubby/ Put personal belongings away Sign in routine and self-help
-Restroom
routine, self-help and hygiene 1c, 8b, 11c
Arrival Song Good Morning Mr. Webber interacts with peers 2c
-Job Chart Responsibility 3a
- Pledge of Allegiance & Affirmation: Follows direction 8b, Speaks clearly 9b
-Calendar & Weather: Counting 8b, Letter Recognition 16a, Patterning, Problem Solving 21b, Prediction 21b
Activity:
Question of the Day: Where did you
Question of the Day: Would you like
Question of the Day: What have we
go in the neighborhood this weekend? to work in a _________? (Y/N)
learned about jobs (fruit/milk/bread)
(Store/park/church)
Song: People in your Neighborhood Morning Message:

Plan/Centers
10:10-11:10
Gym
Tuesdays
11:15-11:45
Clean-up
11:10-11:20
Review Time
11:20-11:30
Recess
11:30-11:55

Game: My Father Owns a Grocery


Store.

Counting 20a; Comprehends 8a


Comprehends 8a; Counting 20a
Am I Full/Am I Hungry:
- Responsibility 3a, Nutrition 29, Using Manners 8a 8b, Conversation 10a
Discussion: (M-How do we get products from the farm into our homes to eat? (Th-Food Groups, Which food group would the food on our plate go?
-Comprehension 8a Expression language 9a -Curiosity and motivation 11d
-Music/Movement Large Motor, Following Directions 1c, 8a, 8b, 34,35
-Finger Plays;
-Yoga: Stretch, bend, curl, reach, and breathe. Ex. Stand tall like a tree and spread arms like branches; lie flat on stomach, push up onto elbows and his like snake.
Read Book: Feast for 10;
Read Book: Farm Class Books; Bebe
Read: To Market, To Market
Read Book: The Little Red Hen
Goes Shopping
Makes a Pizza.
Comprehension; personal
connections to going grocery
shopping.
Comprehension 8a;
Aisle by Aisle

Small Group
9:50-10:10

Thursday
1c, 8b

Recall, Predictions

Retell stories 18c; Rhyme 15a


Intro. to the Grocery Store

-Attends and Engages 11a


-Drama through action 36
-Classification 13
-How people live 30
Gym: (Corporate Game) Ride bikes, scooters, play tag, basketball, balls
Taking turns, making choices 4, 8b
Centers: H.A., Library, Sand, Water,
Centers: H.A., Library, Sand, Water,
Library, Blocks, Science, Arts/Craft,
Library, Blocks, Science, Arts/Craft,
Writing Table, Computers
Writing Table, Computers
-Follows limits and expectations 1b -Follows limits and expectations 1b

Recall; Focus on how Hen gets her


ingredients

Connections to childrens lives; Focus on


grocery shopping, types of foods,
sequence of numbers.

Comprehension 8a; Retell 18c


Grocery Store Counting Book

-How people live 30; Counts 20a


Exploring Pizza Dough

-Classification 13
-Numerals w/ quantities 20c

-Engages in conversations 10a

Centers: H.A., Library, Sand, Water,


Library, Blocks, Science, Arts/Craft,
Writing Table, Computers
-Follows limits and expectations 1b

Centers: H.A., Library, Sand, Water,


Library, Blocks, Science, Arts/Craft,
Writing Table, Computers
-Follows limits and expectations 1b

Greg and Steve, Vol. 3 The World is a Rainbow


-Light person turns Off one light switch.
Everyone cleans up: Assist w/ reading labels -Problem solving 1b, Following directions 8b, Responsibility 3b
Students recall what they did with teachers help.
-Understanding 11b, Speaking 14b
Students make many choices as teachers support their play.
-Traveling skills 4, -Balancing Skills 5, -Gross Motor 6

Restroom
12:00-12:10
Lunch
12:10-12:30

Use restroom; Wash Hands


Takes care of own needs appropriately 1c
Eating Family Style: Teachers eat with the students as food is passed family style
-Follows Directions 8b, Takes care of own needs 1c, Engages in conversation 10a

Tub Time
12:30-12:55

Tub Time: Table Toys, Puzzles


-Follows limits and expectations 1b

Clean-up
12:55-1:05

Greg and Steve, Vol. 3 The World is a Rainbow


-Light person turns Off one light switch.
Everyone cleans up: Assist w/ reading labels -Problem solving 1b, Following directions 8b, Responsibility 3b

Rest
1:10-2:10
Wake Up/Snack
2:10-2:25
Recess
2:25-2:50
Gym
Wednesdays
2:30-3:00
Prepare to go home
2:50-3:00
Dismissal
Asthma

Orlando
Gwenn

IEPs

Tub Time: Table Toys, Puzzles


-Follows limits and expectations 1b

Tub Time: Table Toys, Puzzles


-Follows limits and expectations 1b

Tub Time: Table Toys, Puzzles


-Follows limits and expectations 1b

-Rest on Cots
-Quiet Activity on Cots
Children wake up, put socks and shoes on, wipe down mats, wash hands and go and have snack.
Takes care of own needs appropriately 1c
Students make many choices as teachers support their play.
-Traveling skills 4, -Balancing Skills 5, -Gross Motor 6
Gym: (Corporate Game) Ride bikes, scooters, play tag, basketball, balls
Taking turns, making choices 4, 8b
-Assist the children with getting dressed. -Help those who need help.
-Encourage students with taking care of Personal needs. Encourage students to help their friends who may need help.
Transitions : -Say a friends name -Recognize and recall story -get belongings to go home -Review days activities
-Review 3Bs

Group 1:
Nilena, Carson, Carmine,
Sebastian, Gwenn

Small Group: Aisle by Aisle} Photos of foods found in


different aisles (dairy, produce, meats, etc.
Intro. Grocery Store} Housing Area into Grocery Store.
Grocery Store Counting Book} Make book, label each
page (produce, dairy, bakery, meat etc) child look through
circulars, cut out pic, add it to correct page, count, and
write the number of items on the page. Explore pizza
dough} talk about and dramatize Little Red Hen Makes a
Pizza.
Song :

Small Groups:
Group 2:
Ivana, Xzaivur, Jordan,
Beatrice, Kimah

Morning Message: I am going to the grocery


store today. I will buy chicken, eggs, broccoli,
apples, and ice cream.

Group 3:
Tionna, Brayden, Taelyn,
Orlando, Chrislynn,
AhKiera

Parent Involvement

->Plan a trip to the farmers


market, grocery store, or
bodega.

Discussion: (M-How do we get products from the farm to into our homes to eat? Ex What
kind of things can we buy there? What sections are there in a supermarket? Why are some
colder than other? (Th-Food Groups. Large Food Group Plate. Explain we need to eat
different foods each day to be healthy. Do you recognize any of these groups? Are any of
them similar to the parts of a supermarket? What did we eat for breakfast? Where would
each item go on this plate

Father own a Store: Signs w/ names of sections of grocery store. Everyone says My father
own a grocery store where he sells Student names an item and decides which section it
goes into. ~Harder, each student repeats what the previous person said and then adds on.