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Welcome to kindergarten

Welcome to Kindergarten!

SUNY New Paltz

Monday October 11, 2010

..\..\Activ Software\ActivInspire\My Resources\My Flipcharts\attendance.flipchart


Journal time 9 00 9 15

Journal Time9:00-9:15

What did you do this weekend?

SWBAT write to express personal ideas using drawings, symbols, letters, or words

SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals


Morning meeting and calendar math 9 15 9 25

Morning Meeting and Calendar Math 9:15-9:25

  • Greeting- Words of Inspiration

  • Kid of the Day/Sharing Time

  • Calendar

  • Graph of the week

  • Review procedures

  • College Chant

Objectives: SWBAT spell first and last name correctly; SWBAT respond orally to questions; SWBAT build a concept of a number; SWBAT recite songs, poems; SWBAT recognize time by identifying days of the week and by using term such as: yesterday, today, tomorrow, morning, afternoon, night, before, after; SWBAT explore data by answering a yes/no question; SWBAT display data on real graphs – be able to make a horizontal and vertical bar graph


Sight words

Sight words

  • REVIEW ALL SIGHT WORDS

  • say


Message time 9 25 9 45

Message Time9:25-9:45

  • SWBAT contribute to a shared writing experience or topic of interest

  • SWBAT demonstrate an awareness that print moves from top to bottom and left to right, and space is used to separate words

  • SWBAT Recognize that letters build words and words build sentences

  • SWBAT identify simple punctuation. (ie: period, question mark, exclamation point)

  • SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

  • SWBAT recognize some words by sight, such as student’s first and last name, a, the, I, my, you, is, are

1) Think aloud- help me out

2) Model writing. After each word read over and re-read at the end of each sentence.

-Clap the letters of sight words when one is found in the message

-Focus on spacing, capital letters, sounding out words, sight words

3) Re-read message.

4) Allow students to share what he/she can do on their own. (Show me what you know game)- 3 students

5) Re-read message as class.

Message: I can count. I can read. What can you do? What can we do as friends?

Sight words of week:


Reading time 9 50 10 50

Reading Time! 9:50-10:50

Workshop

  • (K.1.B.1.a) SWBAT identify in isolation all upper and lower case letters of the alphabet

  •  (K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

  • SWBAT read sight words

  • SWBAT write and read words and texts at reading level

  • Workshop chart with clothespin

  • Choose center and dismiss

  • Recognize letters, blends/diagraphs, rhymes, ending sounds

Reading

SWBAT comprehend and analyze what they hear by following multiple step directions and responding correctly when given a signal

(K.1.A.3.a) SWBAT orally blend syllables into a whole word, such as fun-ny=funny

(K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

Lesson

1) Engagement- transition

2) Presentation of Language

3) Presentation of Reading

4) Storybook Workbook

5) Dismissal to Independent work

Move three groups in rotation after Reading Time- get ready for lunch/recess

Independent work

(K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

K.1.A.1.a SWBAT identify whether isolated sounds are same or different

K.1.B.2.b SWBAT blend letter sounds in one-syllable words (CVC)

1)Independent Reading Worksheets

2) Work check with partner

3) Clean up and independently read


Welcome to kindergarten

B

C


Story time 11 50 12 05

Story Time 11:50-12:05

SWBAT name parts of the book, directionality

SWBAT acquire new vocabulary through listening to a variety of texts on a daily basis

SWBAT retell important facts from a text

SWBAT identify the beginning and end of a story

Read Aloud

Book: Big Al-2nd read

Activate Prior Knowledge

Build Background

Conversation Starter: In this story Big Al wished (really wanted) to look different so he tried to disguise himself. Describe how Big Al disguised himself (teacher could do a picture walk to jog student memory).

Concentrate on Vocabulary

Vocabulary: friend, lonely, wishing, net, disguised, captured, tangled

Describe strategy- Questioning and Connections

Explain how it helps readers- make connections to life and always trying to find out more

Read book- Prompt students to use strategy and give practice time

  • Open-Ended Question(s) :Why did Big Al wish to look different?

  • Why did Big Al think he didn’t have friends?

  • Why did he think he had to look like the other fish in order to have friends?

  • Do we all the same? How are we different?

    Discuss unfamiliar words and what they mean.

    Turn and Talk: Pretend you are Big Al. What is one way that you could disguise yourself?


Writing mini lesson 12 20 12 30

Writing Mini Lesson12:20-12:30

(K.4.A.1.a) SWBAT generate ideas and topics for writing

(K.4.A.2.e) SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals

(K.4.A.3.a) SWBAT prepare writing for display by revising and editing using rules, such as capital letters and periods

SWBAT use descriptive words and other details to expand and improve student’s own writing

SWBAT write letter-like forms, letters, and/or random letter strings to convey a message

Unit 1, Mini-Lesson 15: Fixing Up Writing

Materials: Short story written on chart paper about shared class experience

Introduction/ Connection:

  • T will tell

    I Do: Mini Lesson

  • T will

    We Do: Active Engagement

  • T will

    Link to You Do:

  • T will


Writer s workshop 12 30 12 55 pull small group c

Writer’s Workshop12:30-12:55**pull small group (c)

(K.4.A.1.a) SWBAT generate ideas and topics for writing

(K.4.A.2.e) SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals

(K.4.A.3.a) SWBAT prepare writing for display by revising and editing using rules, such as capital letters and periods

SWBAT use descriptive words and other details to expand and improve student’s own writing

SWBAT write letter-like forms, letters, and/or random letter strings to convey a message

Writer’s Workshop

Unit 1, Mini-Lesson 15: Fixing Up Writing

Materials: Short story written on chart paper about shared class experience

When conferencing…

  • Reread student’s writing and repeat it back as if it is the most interesting story in the world. Most children will respond by saying more – repeat that back and say ‘Where will you add that?’ Make a big deal that publishing is what professional writers do and that their story is so great that it deserves to be revised. (Revision is not a way to fix inadequate work – it is a reward for great work.)  

    Sharing

  • Writers, will you bring your piece with you and come to the carpet? Let me show you the smart ways in which you have all been fixing up your writing. (Share stories of success with revision – not just the most advanced writing, things everyone can do.) Now, think to yourself which of the things these writers did would you like to try? Tell the person next to you what you might try tomorrow.


Welcome to kindergarten

  • Fall poems

  • ..\..\Activ Software\ActivInspire\My Resources\My Flipcharts\fall.flipchart

  • ..\..\Activ Software\ActivInspire\My Resources\My Flipcharts\rhyming_pictures.flipchart


Welcome to kindergarten

Math Time ..\..\Activ Software\ActivInspire\My Resources\My Flipcharts\Letters, Words, Sentences.flipchart2:05-2:55

SWBAT Recognize and write the numerals that describe the quantities

SWBAT compare groups of numbers

Materials: 10 color tiles in 2 different colors; 5 pieces of yarn or string; additional small items such as cubes, counters, paper clips, buttons; 2 sets of Number Cards 0–11Number Cards 0–11

Drill: Problem of day! Workbook

Opening: Number Formation Song

I Do: T will give one child in each pair up to 5 color tiles in one color.

T will give the other child an unequal number of tiles in another color.  

We Do:

S will count out her or his tiles in a row. Partners match the tiles one-to-one by connecting them with pieces of yarn.  

T will ask children if the groups are the same. Explain that the group with extra tiles after matching has more. The other group has fewer.  

T will ask children how many tiles are in the group with more and how many tiles are in the group with fewer tiles.

S will place the correct number card with each group.

S will identify the number that is more and the number that is less.  

S will repeat with other objects

  Can you tell just by looking that a group has more or fewer? How do you know when two groups have the same number?

You Do:

T will review center materials and dismiss students to math centers.

S will complete work in their math journal


Erase a rhyme

Erase a Rhyme

K.1.A.2.a Repeat and produce rhyming words

Recognizing Rhymes

Opening:

T will tell students that they will learn about rhymes

Rhymes sound the same at the end

I Do:

T draw a picture and state each piece of picture while it is drawn

S will echo the words

T will ask what they notice?

T will give a beginning rhyme and students will complete the rhyme

We Do/You Do:

S will come up to baord and complete the rhyme

Closing:

S will come back and review rhymes again quickly

T will state name and S will echo

  • ..\..\Activ Software\ActivInspire\My Resources\My Flipcharts\the_rhyme_game.flipchart


Centers 3 10 3 40

Centers3:10-3:40

SWBAT develop social skills through a variety of different learning centers

  • SWBAT develop fine motor skills

  • discuss rules, procedures and expectations

  • discuss and share out open centers for the day

  • choose center and wear clothespin

  • dismiss to center

  • clean up and return clothespin

  • transition to go home

    ** Pull Group C**- phonemic awareness activity


Welcome to kindergarten1

Welcome to Kindergarten!

SUNY New Paltz

Tuesday October 5, 2010

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Journal time 9 00 9 151

Journal Time9:00-9:15

Free Write

SWBAT write to express personal ideas using drawings, symbols, letters, or words

SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals


Morning meeting and calendar math 9 15 9 251

Morning Meeting and Calendar Math 9:15-9:25

  • Greeting- Words of Inspiration

  • Kid of the Day/Sharing Time

  • Calendar

  • Graph of the week

  • Review procedures

  • College Chant

Objectives: SWBAT spell first and last name correctly; SWBAT respond orally to questions; SWBAT build a concept of a number; SWBAT recite songs, poems; SWBAT recognize time by identifying days of the week and by using term such as: yesterday, today, tomorrow, morning, afternoon, night, before, after; SWBAT explore data by answering a yes/no question; SWBAT display data on real graphs – be able to make a horizontal and vertical bar graph


Sight words1

Sight words

  • REVIEW ALL SIGHT WORDS

  • say


Message time 9 25 9 451

Message Time9:25-9:45

  • SWBAT contribute to a shared writing experience or topic of interest

  • SWBAT demonstrate an awareness that print moves from top to bottom and left to right, and space is used to separate words

  • SWBAT Recognize that letters build words and words build sentences

  • SWBAT identify simple punctuation. (ie: period, question mark, exclamation point)

  • SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

  • SWBAT recognize some words by sight, such as student’s first and last name, a, the, I, my, you, is, are

1) Think aloud- help me out

2) Model writing. After each word read over and re-read at the end of each sentence.

-Clap the letters of sight words when one is found in the message

-Focus on spacing, capital letters, sounding out words, sight words

3) Re-read message.

4) Allow students to share what he/she can do on their own. (Show me what you know game)- 3 students

5) Re-read message as class.

Message: “Look, it is my friend!” She is so kind and she helps me with my

Reading and writing! Are all of us friends?

Sight words of week:


Reading time 9 50 10 501

Reading Time! 9:50-10:50

Workshop

  • (K.1.B.1.a) SWBAT identify in isolation all upper and lower case letters of the alphabet

  •  (K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

  • SWBAT read sight words

  • SWBAT write and identify name

  • Workshop chart with clothespin

  • Choose center and dismiss

  • Recognize letters, blends/diagraphs, rhymes, ending sounds

Reading

SWBAT comprehend and read grade level texts

SWBAT make predictions, make connections, visualize, make conclusions, sequence events in a story

SWBAT use a variety of vocabulary

Build Background Knowledge

Picture walk/Review from last reading

Read Book together

Whisper read

Ask questions/discuss book

Receive independent work

Move three groups in rotation after Reading Time- get ready for lunch/recess

Independent work

(K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

K.1.A.1.a SWBAT identify whether isolated sounds are same or different

K.1.B.2.b SWBAT blend letter sounds in one-syllable words (CVC)

1)Independent Reading Worksheets

2) Work check with partner

3) Clean up and independently read


Welcome to kindergarten

B

C


Story time 11 50 12 051

Story Time 11:50-12:05

SWBAT name parts of the book, directionality

SWBAT acquire new vocabulary through listening to a variety of texts on a daily basis

SWBAT retell important facts from a text

SWBAT sequence events in a story

SWBAT hear rhyming words

Read Aloud

Book: Friend Frog 1st read

Activate Prior Knowledge

T will display page 47 of frog jumping into the pond

T will read title and ask for students predictions about book

Build Background

T will ask: what makes a good friend?

T will state that we can learn from our friends

Concentrate on vocabulary

Vocabulary: discouraged, extraordinary, hesitate, respect and desire

Describe strategy

Read book- Prompt students to use strategy

S will make predictions during text and after text

What do you predict the mouse is looking for?

Why didn’t the frog hear what the mouse was saying?

Do you think the mouse will give up trying to be friends with frog?

Discuss unfamiliar words and what they mean.

S will discuss how they are friends

S will discuss how it feels to do something nice for a friend


Writing mini lesson 12 20 12 301

Writing Mini Lesson12:20-12:30

(K.4.A.1.a) SWBAT generate ideas and topics for writing

(K.4.A.2.e) SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals

(K.4.A.3.a) SWBAT prepare writing for display by revising and editing using rules, such as capital letters and periods

SWBAT use descriptive words and other details to expand and improve student’s own writing

SWBAT write letter-like forms, letters, and/or random letter strings to convey a message

Writers, today let’s leave our work out on the tables and walk around and admire the ways in which we made our writing beautiful.

Unit 1, Mini-Lesson 17: Reading Into the Circle: An Author’s Celebration

Materials: classroom decorations (balloons, sign), small snack, 2 or 3 line toast

Introduction/ Connection:

  • T will tell

    I Do: Mini Lesson

  • T will

    We Do: Active Engagement

  • T will

    Link to You Do:

  • T will


Writer s workshop 12 30 12 55 pull small group c1

Writer’s Workshop12:30-12:55**pull small group (c)

(K.4.A.1.a) SWBAT generate ideas and topics for writing

(K.4.A.2.e) SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals

(K.4.A.3.a) SWBAT prepare writing for display by revising and editing using rules, such as capital letters and periods

SWBAT use descriptive words and other details to expand and improve student’s own writing

SWBAT write letter-like forms, letters, and/or random letter strings to convey a message

Writer’s Workshop

Unit 1, Mini-Lesson 15: Fixing Up Writing

Materials: Short story written on chart paper about shared class experience

When conferencing…

  • Reread student’s writing and repeat it back as if it is the most interesting story in the world. Most children will respond by saying more – repeat that back and say ‘Where will you add that?’ Make a big deal that publishing is what professional writers do and that their story is so great that it deserves to be revised. (Revision is not a way to fix inadequate work – it is a reward for great work.)  

    Sharing

  • Writers, will you bring your piece with you and come to the carpet? Let me show you the smart ways in which you have all been fixing up your writing. (Share stories of success with revision – not just the most advanced writing, things everyone can do.) Now, think to yourself which of the things these writers did would you like to try? Tell the person next to you what you might try tomorrow.


Math time 2 05 2 55

Math Time2:05-2:55

SWBAT Recognize and write the numerals that describe the quantities 1, 2, and 3.

Materials: Number Cards 0–11 and a variety of counters or small objects

Drill: Problem of day! Workbook

Opening: Number Formation Song

I Do: T will introduce the words one, two, and three

T will model how to label groups of objects with number cards.  

T will help children label groups of objects with their cards for 1, 2, or 3. How many counters are in this group?

We Do:

S will find the number card that matches it.  

T will write 1, 2, and 3 on the board and model skywriting each number.

T and S will talk about the shape of each number and how to make it.  

S will count groups of objects, identify the number, and skywrite that number.

T will ask children to find a specific number card and count out a group of objects to match.

S will trace the number on the card with a finger, and then practice writing the number on paper.

T will model making 1, 2, 3 and students will watch

You Do:

T will review center materials and dismiss students to math centers.

S will complete work in their math journal

S will show 1 and draw picture

S will repeat process with 2, 3


Science what parts do plants have

ScienceWhat Parts Do Plants Have?

Introduction: tell children they will observe (WOW word)

How can you tell what it on this penny?

How could you tell different parts of a plant?

I Do:

  • T will tell students that all plants have the same parts but sometimes they look different.

  • T will show and teacher students to use magnifying glass

  • T will point out leaves, stem , roots,

  • T will discuss parts of plants

  • T will discuss our T-chart of plant parts

    • Vocabulary: roots, stem, leaf, flower

    • Questions: what share are the leaves? What colors are the flowers? What does the stem feel like?

  • T will show pictures of various plants

    We Do:

  • S will draw the parts of plant- stem, leaves, roots, petals

  • S and T will talk how plants parts

    • What are the parts of a plant? Do you think that all plants have the same size stem and roots?

  • Swill act out plant parts

  • T will use pictures cards to discuss frog life cycle

    You Do:

  • S will complete own copy of plant parts

  • S will make plant parts with paint/markers/crayons

    Closing:

  • S will share out model of plant parts


Centers 3 10 3 401

Centers3:10-3:40

SWBAT develop social skills through a variety of different learning centers

  • SWBAT develop fine motor skills

  • discuss rules, procedures and expectations

  • discuss and share out open centers for the day

  • choose center and wear clothespin

  • dismiss to center

  • clean up and return clothespin

  • transition to go home

    ** Pull Group C**- phonemic awareness activity


Welcome to kindergarten2

Welcome to Kindergarten!

SUNY New Paltz

Wednesday October 6, 2010


Journal time 9 9 15

Journal Time 9-9:15

How do animals move?

SWBAT write to express personal ideas using drawings, symbols, letters, or words

SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals


Morning meeting and calendar math 9 15 9 252

Morning Meeting and Calendar Math 9:15-9:25

  • Greeting- Words of Inspiration

  • Kid of the Day/Sharing Time

  • Calendar

  • Graph of the week

  • Review procedures

  • College Chant

Objectives: SWBAT spell first and last name correctly; SWBAT respond orally to questions; SWBAT build a concept of a number; SWBAT recite songs, poems; SWBAT recognize time by identifying days of the week and by using term such as: yesterday, today, tomorrow, morning, afternoon, night, before, after; SWBAT explore data by answering a yes/no question; SWBAT display data on real graphs – be able to make a horizontal and vertical bar graph


Sight words2

Sight words

  • REVIEW ALL SIGHT WORDS

  • say


Message time 9 25 9 452

Message Time 9:25-9:45

  • SWBAT contribute to a shared writing experience or topic of interest

  • SWBAT demonstrate an awareness that print moves from top to bottom and left to right, and space is used to separate words

  • SWBAT Recognize that letters build words and words build sentences

  • SWBAT identify simple punctuation. (ie: period, question mark, exclamation point)

  • SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

  • SWBAT recognize some words by sight, such as student’s first and last name, a, the, I, my, you, is, are

1) Think aloud- help me out

2) Model writing. After each word read over and re-read at the end of each sentence.

-Clap the letters of sight words when one is found in the message

-Focus on spacing, capital letters, sounding out words, sight words

3) Re-read message.

4) Allow students to share what he/she can do on their own. (Show me what you know game)- 3 students

5) Re-read message as class.

Message: We can count and we

Sight words of week:


Reading time 9 50 10 502

Reading Time! 9:50-10:50

Workshop

  • (K.1.B.1.a) SWBAT identify in isolation all upper and lower case letters of the alphabet

  •  (K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

  • SWBAT read sight words

  • SWBAT write and identify name

  • Workshop chart with clothespin

  • Choose center and dismiss

  • Recognize letters, blends/diagraphs, rhymes, ending sounds

Reading

SWBAT comprehend and analyze what they hear by following multiple step directions and responding correctly when given a signal

(K.1.A.3.a) SWBAT orally blend syllables into a whole word, such as fun-ny=funny

(K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

Lesson

1) Engagement- transition

2) Presentation of Language

3) Presentation of Reading

4) Storybook Workbook

5) Dismissal to Independent work

Move three groups in rotation after Reading Time- get ready for lunch/recess

Independent work

(K.1.B.1.b) SWBAT identify letters matched to sounds

K.1.A.1.a SWBAT identify whether isolated sounds are same or different

K.1.B.2.b SWBAT blend letter sounds in one-syllable words (CVC)

1)Independent Reading Worksheets

2) Work check with partner

3) Clean up and independently read


Welcome to kindergarten

B

C


Story time 11 50 12 052

Story Time 11:50-12:05

SWBAT name parts of the book, directionality

SWBAT acquire new vocabulary through listening to a variety of texts on a daily basis

SWBAT retell important facts from a text

SWBAT sequence events in a story

SWBAT hear rhyming words

Read Aloud

Book: Fall Book- Apple Tree

Activate Prior Knowledge

Build Background

Concentrate on vocabulary

Describe strategy

Read book- Prompt students to use strategy

Discuss unfamiliar words and what they mean.

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Writer s workshop 12 30 12 55 pull small group c2

Writer’s Workshop12:30-12:55**pull small group (c)

(K.4.A.1.a) SWBAT generate ideas and topics for writing

(K.4.A.2.e) SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals

(K.4.A.3.a) SWBAT prepare writing for display by revising and editing using rules, such as capital letters and periods

SWBAT use descriptive words and other details to expand and improve student’s own writing

SWBAT write letter-like forms, letters, and/or random letter strings to convey a message

Writer’s Workshop

Unit 1, Mini-Lesson 15: Fixing Up Writing

Materials: Short story written on chart paper about shared class experience

When conferencing…

  • Reread student’s writing and repeat it back as if it is the most interesting story in the world. Most children will respond by saying more – repeat that back and say ‘Where will you add that?’ Make a big deal that publishing is what professional writers do and that their story is so great that it deserves to be revised. (Revision is not a way to fix inadequate work – it is a reward for great work.)  

    Sharing

  • Writers, will you bring your piece with you and come to the carpet? Let me show you the smart ways in which you have all been fixing up your writing. (Share stories of success with revision – not just the most advanced writing, things everyone can do.) Now, think to yourself which of the things these writers did would you like to try? Tell the person next to you what you might try tomorrow.


Writing mini lesson 12 20 12 302

Writing Mini Lesson12:20-12:30

(K.4.A.1.a) SWBAT generate ideas and topics for writing

(K.4.A.2.e) SWBAT dictate, draw, or write a response to text, such as response logs and journals

(K.4.A.3.a) SWBAT prepare writing for display by revising and editing using rules, such as capital letters and periods

SWBAT use descriptive words and other details to expand and improve student’s own writing

SWBAT write letter-like forms, letters, and/or random letter strings to convey a message

Unit 1, Mini-Lesson 16: Editing and Fancying Up Writing

Materials: 2 stories written on chart paper to be edited

Introduction/ Connection:

  • T will tell

    I Do: Mini Lesson

  • T will

    We Do: Active Engagement

  • T will

    Link to You Do:

  • T will


Math time 2 05 2 551

Math Time2:05-2:55

SWBAT apply a strategy

SWBAT write numbers 0-5, recognize and understadning one-to-one correspondance

REVIEW

Drill: Worksheet

OpeningT will read book: about numbers

I Do:

T will ask students to pay attention to numbers

T will read book

We Do:

S will discuss numbers and prepare for chapter test

You Do:

Dismiss to take CHAPTER 1 TEST


Phonics phonological awareness 2 55 3 10

Phonics/Phonological Awareness2:55-3:10

SWBAT explore word families; SWBAT recognize onset and rime, SWBAT segment and blend sounds

Exploring Word families

Opening:

T will tell students that they can hear different parts of a word and put them together to make a full word

T will tell students that they can hear the beginning sound and combine it with the ending sound to create a word family

I Do:

T and S will get a chart with a word family

T will hold up the word and state the word family and all the sounds

S will echo

T will place on pocket chart word family cards

We Do:

T will segment and then blend the words together

S will come to board and do the same

S will move and act as the sound to blend the sounds together

You Do:

S will get picture cards and blend the onset and rime with a partner

Closing:

S will come back together and review the word family again

T will create a word family house for students to reference in class

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Centers 3 10 3 402

Centers3:10-3:40

SWBAT develop social skills through a variety of different learning centers

  • SWBAT develop fine motor skills

  • discuss rules, procedures and expectations

  • discuss and share out open centers for the day

  • choose center and wear clothespin

  • dismiss to center

  • clean up and return clothespin

  • transition to go home


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