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Pre-Kindergarten Week 1 of the Second Six Weeks Warm-Up (5 min) Problem Solving (15 min) MONDAY Five pumpkins are in a garden. A farmer picked one for his neighbor. How Count and shrug your shoulders seven times. (One/shrug, two/shrug, many were left? three/shrug…seven/shrug) Use orange unifix cubes to act out. Start at two. Tap your ear and count to seven. (three/tap, four/tap, five/tap, six/tap, seven/tap) Start at five. Touch your toes, and count to seven. (five/touch toes, six/touch toes, seven/touch toes) TUESDAY Use black (witch) and white (ghost) unifix cubes to act out the following. I am going to count to seven and leave out a number. Now you count to seven Five children came to the Halloween party dressed as witches. Three and tap your arm on the number I left out. children had ghost costumes. Teacher: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 1. How many witches and ghosts were at the party? Children: 1, 2, 3, 4, (tap), 5, 6, 7 2. How many fewer ghosts than witches? 3. How many Spongebobs were at the party? (Insufficient information).) WEDNESDAY Two scampering squirrels put shoes on their feet to go outside. How many Form a circle. shoes did they put on? Start at seven and count backward to zero. (8) Each time you reach zero, jump and turn around. (180 degree turn) How many times will zero be reached? THURSDAY Peter has seven pumpkins in his patch. Juan has one less Form a circle. pumpkin in her patch. How many pumpkins does Juan have? Boys sit. Girls stand. (Use orange unifix cubes) Boys: Count to 8. Stand on 5 Girls: Begin at 7, count backwards to 2. Sit on one. Boys: Begin at 7, count back to three. Sit on one. Girls: Count to 7. Stand on 6. FRIDAY We are going to build one tower with seven wooden cubes, a second tower Let’s march and count to 7 together. with seven unifix cubes, and a third tower with seven tiles. When we get to 7 I will name something else to do. 1. Which tower will be the tallest? Why? Clap: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 2. Which tower will be the shortest Why? Tap your forehead: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Build them to see if predictions are correct. Snap you fingers: 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Tap your ear: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Who can think of something else we can do as we count to 7? 1 Concept Lessons (30 min) Student Expectation Student Expectations Resources/Materials Assessments Calendar Activities Numbers MONDAY Monday PK 2(B) TLW recognize simple patterns of Trace foot then make a pattern with a Teacher Observation concrete objects (e.g. a string of partner. Have larger foot to pattern beads). with their own. TAKS Vocabulary: pattern Objective 1 TUESDAY Tuesday PK 1(C) TLW count by ones to 10 or higher. Counting Teacher Observation Straw Count Counting Forward “Count and Turn” Number Line MTW pp. 93 Day Sequence Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow TAKS Vocabulary: one, two, three, four, Monthly Calendar Objective 1 five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten Odd and Even Chart WEDNESDAY Wednesday Tally Count PK 2(B) TLW reproduces simple patterns of Pattern One Teacher Observation Commercial Calendar concrete objects. Birthday Cake Graph Group Lessons “people Row Patterns” MTW p. 29 Tooth Graph TAKS Temperature Graph Objective 2 Vocabulary : patterns Weather Graph THURSDAY Measurement Thursday Right Hand PK 4(A) TLW cover an area with a shape “Squares” MTW p.130 Teacher Observation Coin Count Sorting/Classifying “People Sorting” MTW p.61 TAKS Objective 4 Vocabulary: sort FRIDAY Friday Graph – What is your favorite color? Teacher Observation PK 5(D) TLW participate in creating and using real graphs. TAKS Vocabulary: construct, graph, row. Objective 5 column 2 Differentiation of the Curriculum Estimation Jar Graphing Activities Tubbing Place 10 to 20 colors in What is your favorite color? Monday Wednesday Friday estimation jar. Free Exploration Free Exploration Free Exploration Stations Stations Stations NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 Journal : 10 minutes Have students write or draw 3 things they learned that day and provide teacher feedback about the lesson. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 3 Pre-Kindergarten Week 2 of the Second Six Weeks Warm-Up (5 min) Problem Solving (15 min) MONDAY What is missing? Form a square. Use pattern block pieces-3 orange squares, 3 green triangles, 3 blue rhombi, Count to eight. and 3 white rhombi. Let’s not wait. “Look at the shapes in front of us. Tell me about them. (Children should One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. describe each shape and color). I am going to hide one shape. Close your Who can go to the middle of the circle and show us an action we can do as we eyes, (hide) open. What is missing? Children can take turns hiding and count to eight? answering. Now, follow the leader! Let other children be the leader. TUESDAY Teddy has one pair of green shorts pants and two shirts. One shirt is red Find a pattern. Clap your partner’s hands as you clap to eight. Turn. Tap and one shirt is plaid. How many different outfits can Teddy wear? (2) your partner’s shoulder with your hip as you count back to one. 1/clap, 2/clap, 3/clap, 4/clap, 5/clap, 6/clap 7/clap, 8/clap. 8/shoulder, 7/ Use unifix cubes to act out. shoulder, 6/ shoulder, 5/ shoulder, 4/ shoulder, 3/ shoulder, 2/ shoulder, 1/ shoulder. Repeat WEDNESDAY Jessica painted all of the fingernails on her left hand red. She painted the Count and do eight jumping jacks. Count and rub your head eight times. thumbnail on her right hand red. How many nails did she put nail polish on? Count and tap on one foot eight times. Count and kick your feet eight times (Put red unifix cubes on finer tips to act out.) THURSDAY Spread out one of each of the six pattern block shapes. “I am thinking of a Count silently and march the number I say. Then count on from there to 8: pattern block. It is not red. It is not a square. It is not yellow. It is not a triangle. It is not tan. Which pattern block is it?” (the blue one 2 (march, march) 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 4 (march, march, march, march)5, 6, 7, 8 5 (march, march, march, march, march) 6, 7, 8 3 (march, march, march) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 FRIDAY Arrange different amounts of unifix cubes on, in, above, and below around a Line up 9 children in the front of the room. Chant: “Nine, nine, in a line. One, hula hoop. Ask position and number questions. How many cubes are in the two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine.” hoop? What are their colors? How many cubes are on the hoop? Name their colors. What color cube is above the hoop? What color cube is below The nine children sit down one by one as class chants: the hoop? Are there more cubes in the hoop or on the hoop?, etc. “Nine, nine, you did fine. One/sit, two/sit, three/sit…nine/sit.” 4 Pre-Kindergarten Week 2 of the Second Six Weeks Concept Lessons (30 min) Student Expectation Student Expectations Resources/Materials Assessments Calendar Activities Numbers MONDAY Numeral Recognition Monday PK 2(C) TLW recognize patterns in their Tactile Experience Teacher Observation environment (e.g. day follows night, Select “Large Numeral Card repeated in phrases in storybooks, Activities” NL 6.2 patterns in carpeting or clothing). TAKS Objective 1 Vocabulary: number TUESDAY Counting Tuesday PK 1(C) TLW count concrete objects to five or Counting Forward “Count and Turn” Teacher Observation Straw Count higher. MTW p.93 Number Line Day Sequence Yesterday, Today and TAKS Vocabulary: One, Two, Three, Four Tomorrow Objective 1 Five Monthly Calendar WEDNESDAY Pattern One Wednesday Odd and Even Chart PK 2(B) TLW recognize simple patterns of Tally Count Group Lessons “People Row Teacher Observation concrete objects. Patterns” MTW p. 29 Commercial Calendar Birthday Cake Graph Tooth Graph TAKS Temperature Graph Objective 2 Vocabulary: predict, pattern Weather Graph THURSDAY Measurement Thursday Right Hand PK 4(A) TLW cover an area with shapes. “Squares” MTW p.130 Teacher Observation Money Count Sorting/Classifying “People Sorting” MTW p. 61 TAKS Objective 4 Vocabulary: sort FRIDAY Graph: Which is your favorite time Friday PK 5(D) TLW participate in creating and using real day or night? Teacher Observation graphs. TAKS Objective 5 Vocabulary: graph, predict, row, column 5 Differentiation of the Curriculum Estimation Jar Graphing Activities Tubbing Place Unifix cubes - Which is your favorite time day or night? Monday Wednesday Friday white and black 15 - 20 Free Exploration Free Exploration Free Exploration Stations Stations Stations NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 Journal : 10 minutes Have students write 3 things they learned that day and provide teacher feedback about the lesson. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 6 Pre-Kindergarten Week 3 of the Second Six Weeks Warm-Up (5 min) Problem Solving (15 min) MONDAY Johnny and three friends skipped to school. They saw a dog chasing two Use a yoyo or a weight tied to a string. (i.e., paper hole punch, roll of masking rabbits across the street. How many children skipped to school? Dramatize. tape). Hold the string like a pendulum. As the pendulum swings, count to nine. (extra information) Stop the pendulum on nine. Repeat 1 (left) 2 (right) 3 (left) 4 (right) 5 (left) 6 (right) 7 (left) 8 (right) 9(left) TUESDAY (Put 5 green and one red unifix cube in a bag. Keep it a secret.) Touch your hand to your head. Slowly raise your hand up in the air as we count to nine. (on nine, arm should be extended straight up). “I have 6 unifix cubes in this bag. Some are blue. Some are red. Sara, take Start at nine and count backwards to zero. Slowly bring your hand back down one cube out of the bag without peeking. What color is it?” (Put it back in to your head. the bag and shake). Ask another child to take one cube out. What color do you think we have most of in the bag? Why? Empty bag to check prediction. (This is a simple probability experience.) WEDNESDAY Jason lives eight blocks from school. Meg lives nine blocks from school. Start at 5 and count to 9. Who lives farthest away from school? Compare using 8 wooden cubes or Start at 4 and count to 9. color tiles and 9 wooden cubes or color tiles. How much farther? Start at 3 and count to 9. Start at 2 and count to 9. THURSDAY Katy’s hand is 4 unifix cubes long. Anne’s hand is 5 unifix cubes long. Hands on hips. Whose hand is shorter? How much shorter? Act out with unifix cubes. Count and bend your knees 9 times. (one/bend, two/bend, three/bend…nine/bend) Hands on hips. Count and touch your toes nine times. FRIDAY Carl has a feathered hat and a black hat. He has a striped jacket and a Make a rectangle using piece of elastic. Take baby steps backward as you brown jacket. How many different hat/jacket combinations can Carl wear? count backwards from nine. (nine/step, eight/step,… one/step). (Use unifix cubes or paper cut outs to act out). Take baby steps forward as you count forward to nine. The rectangle will grow and shrink 7 Pre-Kindergarten Week 3 of the Second Six Weeks Concept Lessons (30 min) Student Expectation Student Expectations Resources/Materials Assessments Calendar Activities Numbers MONDAY Geometry Monday PK 3(E) TLW put together puzzles of increasing Eight piece puzzle then increase to Teacher Observation complexity. twenty-four piece puzzle. TAKS Vocabulary: pieces, puzzle Objective 3 TUESDAY Counting Tuesday PK 1 TLW count concrete objects to five or Counting Forward “Count and Clap” Teacher Observation Straw Count higher. NL 5.3 Number Line Day Sequence Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow TAKS Vocabulary: one, two, three, four Monthly Calendar Objective 1 five Odd and Even Chart WEDNESDAY Pattern One Wednesday Tally Count PK 2 TLW recognize simple patterns of “Unifix Snap and clap Patterns” MTW Teacher Observation Commercial Calendar concrete objects. p. 33 Birthday Cake Graph Tooth Graph TAKS Temperature Graph Objective 2 Vocabulary: pattern, clap Weather Graph THURSDAY Measurement Thursday Right Hand PK 4(A) TLW cover an area with shapes “Stack, Tell, Spin, Win” MTW pp.126- Teacher Observation Money Count 127 “Things in the Room” MTW p.117 Sorting/Classifying “People Sorting” MTW p. 61 TAKS Objective 4 Vocabulary: sort FRIDAY Graph- Which is your favorite Friday PK 5(D) TLW participate in creating and using real community helper? Teacher Observation graphs TAKS Vocabulary: graph, construct, Objective 5 predict 8 Differentiation of the Curriculum Estimation Jar Graphing Activities Tubbing Place plastic pumpkins Which is your favorite community helper? Monday Wednesday Friday in jar. Free Exploration Free Exploration Free Exploration Stations Stations Stations NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 Journal : 10 minutes Have students write or draw 3 things they learned that day and provide teacher feedback about the lesson. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 9 Pre-Kindergarten Week 4 of the Second Six Weeks Warm-Up (5 min) Problem Solving (15 min) MONDAY Roseanne has 5 books about mammals. Rochelle has 3 books on monkeys. Let’s count silently and jump to a number I name. Who has fewer books? (Rochelle) 3 (jump, jump, jump) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Act out with real books or cubes. Challenge: How many fewer books? 6 (jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump) 7, 8, 9. 4 (jump, jump, jump, jump) 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 5 (jump, jump, jump, jump, jump) 6, 7, 8, 9. TUESDAY Place two hula hoops or yarn loops in the middle of the children’s circle. Give Sit in a circle so you can see everyone’s fingers. Make fists with both hands. each child one pattern block. “We are going to place one pattern block inside Raise fingers as you chant: “One little, two little, three little fingers. Four little, or outside the hoops. If you have a trapezoid, put it inside this hoop. (label). five little, six little fingers. Seven little, eight little, nine little fingers. Seven little, If you have a triangle, put it inside the other hoop. (label). Where will you put eight little, nine little fingers. Ten little fingers altogether. a circle or rectangle? (outside).” WEDNESDAY John made an eagle with ten feathers. Jane’s eagle didn’t have that many Say this finger play with me: feathers. How many feathers did John’s turkey have? How many feathers did One, two, three look at me, Jane’s turkey have? Four, five, six pick up sticks, seven, eight, nine, ten do it again. (We don’t know. Not enough information. Less than ten.) THURSDAY Show two small containers with different shapes, such as: Count to 10. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) Bean can, small margarine tub. Count silently as you jump on one and count to ten. Which container holds less? (jump, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) (Use sand, rice, unifix cubes, or beans, etc. to measure) Continue each time replacing one more number with a clap. (jump 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) etc. FRIDAY My toy Indian has one arrow that is 4 unifix cubes long, a second arrow that is Ten oranges hanging on a tree. 4 cubes long, and a third arrow that is as long as the first and second arrows 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. together. How long is the third arrow? (Use unifix cubes to act out.) One of those oranges happened to fall, Leaving… Nine oranges hanging on a tree. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. One of those oranges happened to fall, Leaving… 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Continue until zero oranges are hanging. 10 Concept Lessons (30 min) Student Expectation Student Expectations Resources/Materials Assessments Calendar Activities Numbers MONDAY Place pattern blocks and cover a Monday PK 4(A) TLW cover an area with shapes. triangle, square and rectangle. Teacher Observation TAKS Objective 4 TUESDAY Counting Tuesday Straw Count PK 1(C) TLW count by ones to 10 or higher Counting Forward “Count and Clap” Teacher Observation Number Line PK 6(A) NL 5.3 Day Sequence Pattern Blocks MTW pp.170 Yesterday, Today and Tiles MTW pp.169 Tomorrow TAKS Monthly Calendar Objective 4 Vocabulary: count, clap Odd and Even Chart WEDNESDAY Pattern One Wednesday Tally Count PK 2(C) TLW imitate pattern sounds and physical Group Lessons Teacher Observation Commercial Calendar movements (e.g. clap, stomp, clap, Birthday Cake Graph “Unifix Snap and Clap Patterns” stomp) Tooth Graph MTW pp.33 Temperature Graph TAKS Weather Graph Objective 4 Vocabulary: pattern Right Hand THURSDAY Measurement Thursday PK 5(C) “Stack, Tell, Spin, Win” MTW pp.126- Money Count TLW begins to make size comparison and Teacher Observation 127 sorts objects into groups by an attribute “Things in the Room” MTW pp. 117 and begins to explain how the grouping Sorting/Classifying was done. “People Sorting” MTW pp. 61 TAKS Objective 4 Vocabulary: measure, sort FRIDAY What is your favorite fall activity? Friday PK5(D) TLW participate in creating and using real Teacher Observation graphs. TAKS Vocabulary: graph, predict, Fall, Objective 4 activity, row, column 11 Differentiation of the Curriculum Estimation Jar Graphing Activities Tubbing Fill your estimation jar What is your favorite fall activity? Monday Wednesday Friday with leaves Free Exploration Free Exploration Free Exploration Stations Stations Stations NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 Journal : 10 minutes Have students write or draw 3 things they learned that day and provide teacher feedback about the lesson. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 12 Pre-Kindergarten Week 5 of the Second Six Weeks Warm-Up (5 min) Problem Solving (15 min) MONDAY There are 12 Pilgrims and 5 Indians at the feast. Are there more Pilgrims or Let’s count to 10 starting with 1. Indians? How many more? (Use children or cubes to match 1:1 to visually Count to 10 starting with 5. see how many more.) Count to 10 starting with 2. Count to 10 starting with 8. Count to 10 starting with 1. TUESDAY Put two hula hoops or yarn loops on the floor. Label “3 corners” and “4 Simon says: “Tap you nose 10 times.” corners.” “Wink an eye 7 times.” Use pattern blocks shapes and attribute block shapes. Give one shape to “Snap your fingers 3 times.” each child. Children will place their shape inside (or outside) the appropriate “Bend left and right 8 times.” loops. Etc. Which shapes will be outside? (circles and yellow hexagons) WEDNESDAY What is missing? Sit in a circle. Raise ten fingers. Put fingers down one at a time as you chant: Use these attribute pieces: ten little, nine little, eight little fingers, Seven little, six little, five little fingers, Large red and blue circle Four little, three little, two little fingers, one little finger all alone. Large red and blue square Large red and blue triangle Ask children to identify each of the 6 pieces by naming its attributes. (color, shape, looks like…) Mix up the pieces. Hide one piece as children close their eyes. What is missing? Children can take turns hiding and guessing. THURSDAY We have five pieces of pumpkin pie left. (Use 5 attributes block triangles to There were ten in the bed and the little one said, “Roll over. Roll over.” So act out.) John and Mary must share them equally. How many pieces will each they all rolled over and one fell out. of them get? There was one in the bed and the little one said, “ Good night.” Action: Hold up the proper number of fingers… Make a rolling motion with arms. Standing game: Children stand in two lines, back to back. When the little one says “roll over, those in one line rolling one direction, and those in the other line roll the other direction. The child on each end without a back to lean against falls out! FRIDAY Our mother and father rabbit just had three babies. How many rabbits do we Whisper as you count to ten. have now? Do we have less babies or grownups? Pinch your nose as you count to ten. Hold your tongue with your thumb and pointer finger as you count to ten. (The children can act out this problem.) Pucker up your lips and count to ten. Give a big smile and count to ten. 13 Concept Lessons (30 min) Student Expectation Student Expectations Resources/Materials Assessments Calendar Activities Numbers MONDAY Geometry Monday PK 4(B) TLW fill a shape with solids (e.g. ice “Fill the Cups” Teacher Observation cubes, water). Have children fill a cup with different manipulatives to see the amount needed to fill the cup. TAKS Vocabulary: compare Objective 4 TUESDAY Counting Tuesday TEKS PK1(C) TLW count by ones to 10 or higher “Close Your Eyes and Jump” Teacher Observation Straw Count NL 5.4 Number Line Day Sequence Yesterday, Today and TAKS Vocabulary: count, eyes, jump Tomorrow Objective 1 Monthly Calendar WEDNESDAY Pattern One Wednesday Odd and Even Chart TEKS PK .2(B) TLW reproduce simple patterns of “Unifix Snap and Clap Pattern” Teacher Observation Tally Count concrete objects Commercial Calendar MTW pp. 33 Birthday Cake Graph Tooth Graph TAKS Temperature Graph Objective 2 Vocabulary: pattern, snap, clap Weather Graph THURSDAY Measurement Thursday Right Hand TEKS PK.4(C) TLW begin to make size comparisons “Stack, Tell, Spin, Win” Teacher Observation MTW pp. 126-127 Money Count between objects (e.g., taller than, smaller than) “Things in the Room” TAKS MTW pp. 117 Objective 4 Vocabulary: taller, smaller FRIDAY Graphing Friday TEKS PK.5(B) What kind of stories do you like? Teacher Observation TLW describe similarities and differences Real or Make-Believe between objects. Vocabulary: graph, predict, TAKS activity, row, column real, make- Objective 4 believe 14 Differentiation of the Curriculum Estimation Jar Graphing Activities Tubbing Place cubes in jar. What kind of stories do you like? Monday Wednesday Friday Real or Make-Believe Free Exploration Free Exploration Free Exploration Stations Stations Stations NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 Journal : 10 minutes Have students write or draw 3 things they learned that day and provide teacher feedback about the lesson. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 15 Pre-Kindergarten Week 6 of the Second Six Weeks Warm-Up (5 min) Problem Solving (15 min) MONDAY Sit in a circle or put children in small groups. Each group should have one of I’m thinking of a number that comes after 8. each of these pattern block shapes: yellow hexagon, red trapezoid, orange Clap and count to that number. square, green triangle. I’m thinking of a number that comes before 10. Which shape is the smallest? (green triangle) How do you know? Clap and count to that number. Which shape is the largest? (yellow hexagon) How do you know? I’m thinking of a number between 7 and 9. Put the shapes in order from smallest to largest. Clap and count to that number. TUESDAY Put two hula hoops or yarn loops on the floor. Label “3 corners” and “4 Ten little rabbits jumping on the bed, (10 fingers extended and jumping) One corners.” fell off and bumped his head. (Hold up 1 finger; fist of other hand against Use pattern blocks shapes and attribute block shapes. Give one shape to head.) Mama called the doctor and the doctor said: (Cup hand to ear and dial each child. Children will place their shape inside (or outside) the appropriate telephone with other hand) loops. “No more rabbits jumping on the bed!” (Point and shake finger). Which shapes will be outside? Nine little rabbits jumping on the bed, etc. (circles and yellow hexagons) Last verse: No little rabbits jumping on the bed, none fell off and bumped their heads. Mama called the doctor and the doctor said: “Put those rabbits right to bed!” Optional: dramatize WEDNESDAY Use a small container, unifix cubes, and yellow hexagon pattern blocks. Sit in a circle. One child will touch their ten fingers to their knees as the class Will this container hold more unifix cubes or hexagons? Measure and count. says “ten.” The next child touches ten fingers on their knees as the class says, Challenge: Compare 1:1 to see how many more.. “twenty”. Continue to fifty. Hands in lap. Start over. “Ten (finger tips), twenty (finger tips), thirty (finger tips), forty (finger tips) fifty (finger tips). Hands in lap.” (Repeat over and over around the circle.) THURSDAY Alfredo had some cookies. After sharing 5 of his cookies, he had 2 cookies Listen and count silently as I play the xylophone (or drop cubes in a can). left. How many cookies did he have at the start? (5 cookies) “1, 2, 3, 4, 5.” Act out with circle attribute shapes. Show me with your fingers how many sounds you counted. “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8” Show me with your fingers how many sounds you counted. “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.” Show me with your fingers how many sounds you counted. FRIDAY Mark two sides of a wooden cube with and X. Count to the number that comes after ten and clap when you reach it. (One, Mark the other four sides with 0. If we take turns rolling this cube, do you two, three, four…eleven/turn around) think we will roll more X’s or 0’s? Have children each take a turn rolling the Count to eleven and turn around when you reach it. (One, two, three, cube. Tally the results. Analyze results: Why do you think we rolled more four…eleven/turn around). 0’s? Count to eleven and do a jumping jack when you reach it. Count to eleven and sit down when you reach it. 16 Concept Lessons (30 min) Student Expectation Student Expectations Resources/Materials Assessments Calendar Activities Numbers MONDAY Monday PK .1(H) TLW identify first and last in a series. Line up students according to Teacher Observation birthdays first in line is identified and last is identified. Repeat by size. TAKS Objective 1 TUESDAY Counting Tuesday Straw Count TEKS PK.1(C) TLW count by ones to 10 or higher “Close Your Eyes and Jump” Teacher Observation Number Line NL 5.4 Day Sequence Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow TAKS Vocabulary: count Monthly Calendar Objective 1 Odd and Even Chart WEDNESDAY Pattern One Wednesday Tally Count TEKS PK. 2(C) TLW reproduce simple patterns of “Unifix Snap and Clap Pattern” Teacher Observation Commercial Calendar concrete objects MTW pp. 33 Birthday Cake Graph Tooth Graph TAKS Temperature Graph Objective 2 Vocabulary: pattern Weather Graph THURSDAY Measurement Thursday Right Hand TEKS PK. 4 TLW begin to make size comparisons “Stack, Tell, Spin, Win” Teacher Observation Money Count between objects (e.g., taller than, smaller MTW pp. 126-127 than) “Things in the Room” TAKS MTW pp. 117 Objective 4 Vocabulary: taller, smaller FRIDAY Graphing Friday TEKS PK. 5(B) See graphing activity below. Teacher Observation TLW describe similarities and differences between objects. TAKS Objective 1 Vocabulary: real, make-believe 17 Differentiation of the Curriculum Estimation Jar Graphing Activities Tubbing Place plastic spider What kind of stories do you like? Monday Wednesday Friday rings in jar. Real or Make-Believe Free Exploration Free Exploration Free Exploration Stations Stations Stations NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 NL 1.19, 1.20 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TAKS Obj. 1 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 TEKS PK.1-PK.6 Journal : 10 minutes Have students write or draw 3 things they learned that day and provide teacher feedback about the lesson. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 18

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