Kindergarten Weekly Lesson plans: AUGUST 15-19 Monday

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Morning Work Calendar & music Reading Writing Religion Handwriting Math Science & Social Studies Extras

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Kindergarten Weekly Lesson plans Tuesday

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Morning Work Calendar & music Reading Writing Religion Handwriting Math Science & Social Studies Extras

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No School

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Centers: 1. .

Kindergarten Weekly Lesson plans Wednesday

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Morning Work Calendar & music Reading

Lesson
Math shape exploration Calendar: AB patterns with calendar songs Songs: five Little monkeys, ABC cards, Read “My First Day of School”: TLW compare character in story to self. As reading, discuss as a class what happens on the first day of school at home and at school.

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Book

Writing

Read “the Kissing Hand”. Make a class book page of first day feelings: “on the first day of school, (blank) was feeling (blank).” TLW trace his/her hand, color w/skin color, and stamp with a red heart in the middle. Have student write name and teacher will write emotion in yellow. Have students trace yellow. Begin learning Mat Man Free exploration of math materials Read “Kindergarten Rocks!” Teacher model, independent practice: Afterwards, begin Self study: TLW draw a self portrait of what they look like on the first day of school. TLW practice writing name “(blank) on the first day of Kindergarten” Centers: Introduce play centers: home living, math shapes, reading, big books, painting (free explore). Explain how to clean up nicely. 1. . Take pictures of each student 2. kissing hand poem w/painted red hands

Book Paper copied Heart stamp Red paint

Religion Handwriting Math Science & Social Studies

Mat man pieces Math shapes Book Paper copied

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Camera Poem Red paint

Kindergarten Weekly Lesson plans Thursday

Subject
Morning Work Calendar & music Reading

Lesson
Alphabet tracing page (HWT style) Calendar: AB patterns with calendar songs Songs: five Little monkeys, ABC cards, Read “Will I have a friend?” Have class discussion on how to be a good friend to one another. Have sentence strips with each student’s name saying “(blank) is our friend.” Pocket chart activity as class. Teacher model, independent practice: Draw a picture of yesterday at school (the first day’s activities). Discuss adding details to drawing (will aid in writing later). Continue to practice mat man Read “Chrysanthemum”. After reading, TLW cut their name into separate letters from a sentence strip. Count how many letters are in your name and put on paper: “(blank) has (blank) letters in his/her name.” after gluing on page, share as a group and put on chart paper. Read “David Goes to School”. After reading,

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Book Pocket chart Sentence strips (each student gets own name)

Writing

Religion Handwriting Math

Book Paper copied Names on strips Butcher paper Tape Book

Science &

Social Studies

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compare David’s actions at his school to what we should do at our school. Chart as a class different ways to act at school. Next, illustrate something nice to do at school. Centers: discuss “I can” charts. Free exploration of play centers.

Manila paper

Kindergarten Weekly Lesson plans Friday

Subject
Morning Work Calendar & music Reading

Lesson
Create patterns with math shapes Calendar: AB patterns with calendar songs Songs: five Little monkeys, ABC cards, Read “I Love the Alphabet” and introduce ABC aerobics. Practice letter sounds as singing. Create class book using student’s names (take photo of child holding up XL colored letter- the first letter of their name). Have student write letter and their name “(blank) is for (blank)” (C is for Chrissy!) Shared writing: “In kindergarten, we….” To review first week. If time allots, have students illustrate mini-page of first day action. Review mat man pieces Free exploration of math materials Continue self study: read “chicka chicka boom boom” (letter intro: relate to names from past two days). After reading, TLW make a coconut tree out of construction paper. Use letter stamps to stamp letters in name on the tree trunk: “chicka chicka boom boom,, will there be enough room? (blank) has (blank) letters in his/her name!” Centers: review center “I can” charts. Discuss classroom procedures for center time: cleaning up, designated areas. Free exploration of play centers.

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Book Paper copied Camera

Writing Religion Handwriting Math Science & Social Studies

Chart paper Paper copied

Math shapes Book Colored background Brown skinny rect. Two green skinny rect. Letter stamps Rhyme paper

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