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					                          Theme: Doctors and Nurses
                                   Day: 1

    Module                                             Activity

    Circle Time                        Sing: “I’m a helpful Doctor” and role play



Letters & Numbers                                      Letter : D


     Worship                                     The Good Samaritan


   Art & Science                                    Get Well Cards




Circle Time
Review – Start your preschool day with Circle Time and sing the “I Can Sit Down” song
(Improvise your tune)

                              I can sit down as quite as can be.
                               I can sit down just to look at me.
                              I can sit down as quite as can be.
                               I can sit down just to look at me.

Then sing the “Hi There” song. (Improvise your tune)

                                Hi there, so glad you came.
                                Hi there, so glad you came.
                                Hi there, so glad you came.
                            One two three let’s shout HOORAY.
                               Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                               Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                               Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                            One two three let’s give a cheer. Yay
Next do your Special Help activity.

Look at the calendar and sing the “Days of the Week” song. (Tune of the “Adams Family”)

                            Well there’s Sunday and there’s Monday,
                            there’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday,
                 there’s Thursday and there’s Friday and then there’s Saturday.
                             Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).
                             Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).
          Days of the week. Days of the week. Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).

This is a great time to review the days of the week, months of the year and the number of the
day. Then check the weather and compare it to your weather dial.


Discussion: Doctors and Nurses
Talk to the children about going to the doctor’s office and getting a checkup. Explain to the
children that doctors and nurses have to wash their hands several times a day to prevent
spreading germs or diseases to others or themselves. Model the proper way of washing hands,
then have the children model the proper way of washing their hands. Also, lay out dress up
clothes, so the children can role play as doctors or nurses. Some of the items you can put out
for the children are: thermometers, white coats, rubber gloves, stethoscopes, gauze, etc.

Next, have the children sing this song.
Sing “I’m a helpful doctor”:
                      “I’m a Helpful Doctor” (Sung to: I’m a little teapot”)
                                I’m a helpful doctor, Dresses in white,
                               I help people feel better, Day and night.
                                      When you get hurt or sick,
                                             Come see me.
                         I’ll get you all fixed up, Just as quick as can be.

Materials
        Dress up clothes: thermometers, white coats, rubber gloves, stethoscopes, gauze
        Good listening ears
        Good looking eyes

Skills
        Increasing vocabulary
        Cognitive development
        Creativity
         Self-help skills
         Concept development of doctors
         Dramatic play

Activity: Letter: D
Activity Description: D
Learn about the letter D with Miss Cullen and Gator. First, Miss Cullen and Gator are going to
show the upper and lower case letter D. Then review the sound of the D. Next look at three
types of food that start with the letter D: Ding Dongs, donuts, and dates. If you have these items
at home you can try them with Miss Cullen and discuss what it feels like, tastes like, sounds like
and smells like.

Remember, when trying the different foods, it has to go in your mouth but it doesn’t have to stay
there. But it is always good to try something new.

Materials:
Three types of food that start with the letter D. Miss Cullen uses broccoli, beef and basil but feel
free to use other food items that start with the letter D. Other food ideas include dragon fruit,
Devil’s food cake, dill, dill pickles, and dumplings.

Skills:
         Increases language development
         Works on concepts: Identifying letters
         Taking turns and sharing

Prep Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJ1DUdJ6WkI

Worship
Theme: The Good Samaritan
Activity Description
Today we are going to learn the story of the Good Samaritan. A Good Samaritan is someone
that helps other people. Once, a long time ago there was a man and he was walking along the
road. As the man was walking along the road some robbers came and took everything the man
had and beat him up. The robbers then left the man on the side of the road. The man was in
great pain and waited for someone to come help him. Soon, a man came along and looked at
the man in pain, but just kept on walking down the road. Then, another man came along and
looked at the man in pain, but just kept on walking down the road. Finally, another man came.
He was the Good Samaritan; he looked at the man in pain and saw that he needed help, so he
helped the wounded man onto his donkey. The two men road back to town and the Good
Samaritan helped the wounded man.

Materials:
         Good listening ears
         Good looking eyes

Skills:
         Increasing vocabulary
         Increasing receptive language skills
         Reviewing how to be kind

Prep Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ1DFItJT8U


Art
Activity Description: Get Well Cards
Have your children make a Get Well card for either someone they know that made be sick or for
a child at a local hospital. Let the children pick the color of the construction paper. Demonstrate
how to fold a paper in half to make a card. Help your child write on the inside of the card “Get
well soon” or “Hope you are feeling better” and then have the child write their name. Then let the
child decorate their cards with stickers, glitter, crayons, markers or paints. Put the finished cards
in a large envelope to take or mail to the person or hospital.

Materials:
         Paper
         Paint
         Glitter
         Markers
         Envelope
         Stickers
         Crayons

Skills:
         Fine motor skills
         Color recognition
         Sensorial experience
         Early writing skills
                          Theme: Doctors and Nurses
                                   Day: 2

    Module                                             Activity

    Circle Time                            Healthy vs. Unhealthy food sort


Letters & Numbers                                      Letter: N


     Worship                                 Arky Arky rise and Shine


   Art & Science                                 Colored glue design



Circle Time
Review – Start your preschool day with Circle Time and sing the “I Can Sit Down” song
(Improvise your tune)

                              I can sit down as quite as can be.
                               I can sit down just to look at me.
                              I can sit down as quite as can be.
                               I can sit down just to look at me.

Then sing the “Hi There” song. (Improvise your tune)

                                Hi there, so glad you came.
                                Hi there, so glad you came.
                                Hi there, so glad you came.
                            One two three let’s shout HOORAY.
                               Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                               Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                               Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                            One two three let’s give a cheer. Yay
Next do your Special Help activity.

Look at the calendar and sing the “Days of the Week” song. (Tune of the “Adams Family”)

                            Well there’s Sunday and there’s Monday,
                            there’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday,
                 there’s Thursday and there’s Friday and then there’s Saturday.
                             Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).
                             Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).
          Days of the week. Days of the week. Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).

This is a great time to review the days of the week, months of the year and the number of the
day. Then check the weather and compare it to your weather dial.

Discussion: Healthy vs. Unhealthy food sort
Talk to the children about healthy and unhealthy food for our bodies. Explain to the children that
healthy food provides our bodies with energy and helps us to grow big and strong. Provide
several examples of good and bad food. Let the children sort the food as to which ones are
healthy/ unhealthy for our bodies.

Materials
        Print/ cut out images of healthy and unhealthy foods
        Looking eyes
        Listening ears

Skills
        Increasing vocabulary
        Concept development (understanding specifics healthy and unhealthy foods)
        Comprehension
        Cognitive development
        Fine motor skills
        Increasing receptive language skills


Activity: Letter: N
Activity Description:
Learn about the letter N with Miss Cullen and Gator. First, Miss Cullen and Gator are going to
show the upper and lower case letter N. Then review the sound of the N. Next look at three
types of food that start with the letter N: noodles, nutmeg and nuts. If you have these items at
home you can try them with Miss Cullen and discuss what it feels like, tastes like, sounds like
and smells like.
Remember, when trying the different foods, it has to go in your mouth but it doesn’t have to stay
there. But it is always good to try something new.


Materials:
Three types of food that start with the letter N. Miss Cullen uses noodles, nutmeg and nuts but
feel free to use other food items that start with the letter N. Other food ideas include nectarine,
Neapolitan ice cream, nutterbutter cookies and nachos.

Skills:
         Increases language development
         Works on concepts: Identifying letters
         Taking turns and sharing

Prep Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9N9QF1Qvz0


Worship
Theme: Arky Arky rise and Shine
Activity Description
Noah built an ark to carry his family and all the pairs of animals to safety. Now we are going to
sing Arky Arky rise and Shine song with Miss. Cullen to teach the children about Noah’s ark.

                                     Arky Arky rise and Shine
                      The Lord told Noah told Noah to build him an arky, arky
                           The Lord told Noah to build him an arky, arky
                                 Build it out of hickory barky, barky
                                         Children of the Lord.
                         So rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                          Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                           Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory
                                         Children of the Lord.
                    The animals, the animals, they came in, by twosies, twosies,
                    The animals, the animals, they came in, by twosies, twosies,
                               Elephants and kangaroosies, roosies,
                                         Children of the Lord.
                         So rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                          Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                            Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory
                                         Children of the Lord.
                     It rained and poured for forty nights and daysies, daysies,
                     It rained and poured for forty nights and daysies, daysies,
                              Almost drove those animals crazy, crazy,
                                         Children of the Lord.
                           So rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                            Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                            Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory
                                         Children of the Lord.
                           The sun came out and dried up the landy, landy,
                             Look there’s sun it dried up the landy, landy,
                                Everything was fine and dandy, dandy,
                                         Children of the Lord.
                           So rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                            Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                            Rise and shine and give God the Glory, Glory.
                                         Children of the Lord.
Materials:
         Good listening ears
         Singing voices

Skills:
         Increasing vocabulary
         Increasing receptive language skills
         Concept development (Understanding specific ideas about Noah’s ark)
         Reviewing the weather in the song

Credit:
Here is a video of Cullen singing Arky Arky rise and Shine song to teach the children about
Noah’s ark: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6PA_vYAk4Q

Art
Activity Description: Colored Glue Design
Have the children help mix food coloring with glue in a Ziploc bag. Once the two ingredients mix,
encourage the children to create neat designs using the colorful glue onto wax paper. After their
designs dry, have the child help you peel it off from the wax paper to hang the artwork around
the house/classroom.
Materials:
         Glue
         Food coloring
         Wax paper
         Ziploc bags

Skills:
         Using fine motor muscles
         Color recognition
         Sensorial experience
         Better understanding of mixing colors to create a new color
         Creativity: Child finds new ways to express themselves with the colored glue


                             Theme: Doctors and Nurses
                                      Day: 3

       Module                                             Activity

    Circle Time                            Sing: “If you’re going to see the doctor”


Letters & Numbers                                       Growth Chart


       Worship                                        What God Made


   Art & Science                                 Painting with cotton swabs




Circle Time
Review – Start your preschool day with Circle Time and sing the “I Can Sit Down” song
(Improvise your tune)
                                I can sit down as quite as can be.
                                 I can sit down just to look at me.
                                I can sit down as quite as can be.
                                 I can sit down just to look at me.

Then sing the “Hi There” song. (Improvise your tune)

                                 Hi there, so glad you came.
                                 Hi there, so glad you came.
                                 Hi there, so glad you came.
                             One two three let’s shout HOORAY.
                                Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                                Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                                Hi there, so glad you’re here.
                             One two three let’s give a cheer. Yay

Next do your Special Help activity.

Look at the calendar and sing the “Days of the Week” song. (Tune of the “Adams Family”)

                           Well there’s Sunday and there’s Monday,
                           there’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday,
                there’s Thursday and there’s Friday and then there’s Saturday.
                            Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).
                            Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).
         Days of the week. Days of the week. Days of the week. (Clap hands 2 times).

This is a great time to review the days of the week, months of the year and the number of the
day. Then check the weather and compare it to your weather dial.

Discussion: “If you’re going to see the doctor”
                              “If you’re going to see the doctor”
                                 If you’re going to see the doctor,
                                       The doctor, the doctor,
                                 If you’re going to see the doctor,
                                     Then here’s what she’ll do.
                                     She’ll fix all your boo-boos
                                     And help you stay healthy.
                                 If you’re going to see the doctor,
                                     Then that’s what she’ll do.
Materials
   Good listening ears
         Good looking eyes

Skills
         Increasing vocabulary
         Cognitive development
         Creativity
         Concept development of doctors

Activity: Numbers: Growth Chart
Activity Description:

Prepare a height and weight chart out of butcher paper or on construction paper. Have the
children take turns weighing and measuring themselves. Record each child’s height and weight
on the growth chart. Review the numbers with the children. Repeat throughout the next couple
months to a year and have the children observe their growth. Explain how doctors and nurses
look at the growth chart of children to help determine if they are healthy.

Materials:
         Construction paper or butcher paper
         Tape measure
         Scale
         Pen

Skills:
         Increases language development
         Works on concepts: Identifying numbers
         Taking turns and sharing


Worship
Theme: What God Made
Activity Description
Tell the children how God made lots of things including the Earth, animals, plants, and people.
God puts people and animals in our lives to love us and take care of us during times of
sickness, sadness and happy times.
Now let’s say a prayer thanking him for all the things that he made. Thank you for today God.
Thank you for loving us and keeping us safe. Thank you so much for all that you made. For us
on the Earth and all the people that help keep us safe and healthy. We love you God.

Materials:
         Good listening ears

Skills:
         Increasing vocabulary
         Increasing receptive language skills
         Concept development (Understanding specific ideas about what God has created)

Art
Activity Description: Painting with cotton swabs
Allow the children to paint with cotton swabs on foil however they would like. Set out the cotton
swabs, foil and paint on the table and invite the children to explore the different materials.


Materials:
         Any color paint (can use multiple colors)
         Foil
         Cotton swabs
         Bowls (to hold the paint)

Skills:
         Fine motor skills and gross motor skills to move their cotton swab around the foil
         Color recognition
         Child finds new ways to express themselves with the paint
         Sensorial experience
         Creativity
         Hand-Eye Coordination

				
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