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					Week Of: Nov.                         BOOK: Mean Soup by Everitt            Theme: Emotions and emotions management                                                                          NOTES:
KINDERGATEN all K standards
Monday                                Tuesday                               Wednesday                             Thursday                            Friday
Picture walk through the book         Review the predictions and then       Make these lists as you read.         Read the book and make up           Do you like the illustrations? Who
pointing out the change in the        read the book. What does "mean        What happens to Horace to             other things that kids and Horace   drew them? Can you draw
face of Horace as you go. The         soup" mean to you now?                make him mad? What does mom           can do to the soup. How does        Horace and some soup? Read
title is mean soup…What do you                                              do when Horace comes home?            this help Horace feel better? Why   the story and tell what the story is
think it might mean? Record                                                 What do they do to the soup?          is he happy after doing all those   about when you are finished.
some answers on chart paper                                                                                       "mean" things to the soup?          Teacher can ask some literal
and then read the book.                                                                                                                               questions for comprehension.
Reading                               Reading                               Reading                           Reading                                 Reading
Write down things that make           Finish yesterday's activity.          Cut words apart from yesterday's  Two day plan: Interactive Chart:        For a rebus idea, add a        sad
children feel mean. Write on                                                sentence cards. Children put      _______, I feel very sad.               face and a not sad face.
cards and let kids put in "soup                                             them back together, glue them     _______, I don't feel glad.
pot." Children read their own                                                                                 It's OK to feel very sad.
                                                                            on paper and illustrate for a class                               It's
sentence, ie., Yelling makes me                                             "mean book." C 3,1 A 6            OK to not feel glad. Children
mean. A 6,8 C 1,2                                                                                             make up blanks, ie, When
                                                                                                              Mother leaves… A 2 C1,2,6,
                                                                                                              A9
Phonemic Awareness                    Phonemic Awareness                    Phonemic Awareness                Phonemic Awareness                      Phonemic Awareness
/M/ words like mean for initial       /s/ words like soup for initial       /ad/ word family; Build a word as /ot/ word family. Build a word as       Do the word stretch: Choose 3
consonant sound. Play games           consonant sound. Play games           in mad, glad, sad, bad, etc. Use in pot, cot, hot, lot, etc. Use          letter words from the book.
/m/. First, Does it begin with /m/?   /s/. First, Does it begin with /s/?   moveable alphabet to build the    moveable alphabet to make               Segment letter sounds. His, pot,
Second, Tell a word that starts       Second, Tell a word that starts       words. A 7,8                      words. A 7,8                            had, did, and, him, set, let,. A7
with /m/. Make a mean face after      with /m/. Pretend to eat soup with
your words. A 5                       a spoon after your words. A 5

Writing                           Writing                                   Writing                               Writing                             Writing
Make faces out of paper plates. Finish yesterday's activity.                Make alphabet mean soup. Glue         Make an opposite book. Fold         Finish yesterday's activity.
Mean on one side and nice on                                                pasta letters on a paper soup         paper in half, draw and label
the other. Add bow ties, hair                                               bowl. Tell the letters as you         pages with page numbers. Then
bows, etc. Write mean on one                                                paste. Childrern can spell words      lable book pages with opposite
side and nice on the other. Paste                                           too. A 4 H 2,3                        words. Mean/nice, sad/glad,
on paint sticks. H 1,3 4                                                                                          hot/cold, etc. H1,2,3,4,       F
                                                                                                                  1,5 7
Math                                  Math                                  Math                                  Math                                Math
Make soup. Discuss                    Measure rice into different           Measure water in different            Discuss the patterns around the     Order a set of spoons from
measurement and amounts,              amounts-- cups, 1/2 cups,             containers. Discuss size, shape       pictures in the book. Create a      smallest to largest. B 2 (Also
teaspoon, tablespoon, cup, more       teaspoons and tablespoons.            and capacity of the containers.       pattern picture frame for your      use the Horace pictures to put in
and less than… B 2                    Make comparison statements.           B 2,3                                 own picture or one from the         a gradient of size.)
                                      B3                                                                          book. D 2
Week Of: Nov.                      BOOK: Pip's Magic by Walsh        Theme: Emotions and emotions management           Forest Animals Fantasy/Reality (Magic) Quotes          NOTES:
KINDERGATEN all K standards                                          Predictable text                                                                                          Pip. "If you are looking for old
Monday J 1,2,6 B 5 E 3 A 9        Tuesday J 1,2,6                    Wednesday E 2 A 8,9 J 7          Thursday E 2 C 5, 7                Friday C 5,7 E 2                     Abra, you're too late." "He
Active Background Info: Discuss   Who remembers what Pip is          Practice the repeating words     Did Pip need magic to get over     Copy the pictures of the animals     went…" "He won't be back." It
what the children think about     afraid of? Discuss about being and phrases in the book (see         his fear? How did he get over his from the book; put them in order      could be an interactive chart idea
what magic is. Then read the      afraid of the dark. What are other Notes). Ask the children to read fear? Make a sequence of the       of Pip's meeting them. Read the      with the various animals and
story. Use different voices to    fears children might have. Look them as you read the story. Ask scary places Pip went through          book and see if the order is         where Abra is that are the words
accentuate the quotes.            for a discussion about why they for a recap or retell of the story  that were dark. Use it as a retell correct. Again retell the story.     the children fill in.
                                  are afraid-- a dog bit them, mom when you are finished.             structure after you read the book.
                                  is afraid, etc. Then read.
Reading D 2 E 2                   Reading                            Reading                          Reading                            Reading
Three day activity: Create a                                                                          Predictable Chart: I'm aftraid of Interactive Chart: Read and
book (do one page a day). Use                                                                         ____________. Combine with exchange words to match the
the photocopy of Pip to be                                                                            the Thursday plan as stated        books sequence. The _______
character. On each page write                                                                         above.                             is as black as __________. I.E.,
where Pip goes-- into the woods,                                                                                                         darkness unser the rock, tunnel;
tunnel and night. The children                                                                                                           night, river mud…
each read their book and do Pip's
actions.
Phonemic Awareness                Phonemic Awareness A 7             Phonemic Awareness               Phonemic Awareness                 Phonemic Awareness
/ip/ word family: Make words with /P/ sound. Pass the Pebble         /m/ sound. Does magic and        /s/ sound. Give child a small      Clap words from book-- long and
letters. Use Elconian boxes for   Game. Play the game to music mushroom begin with the same stone and a mushroom cut out. short words like salamander,
markers for "holding" each        or to reading a book. When the or different sounds? Make            Teacher says a word. If it starts mushroom, shadows, wizard and
sound.. Pip, dip, rip… A 7,8      words or music stops, the person comparisons. Think of /m/ words with /s/ they hold up stone; if it    pip. A 3
                                  with the pebble must either tell   and record on a mushroom cut     starts with /m/ they hold up
                                  whether a word starts with /p/ or out. A 7                          mushroom. A 7
                                  think of a /p/ word.
Writing                           Writing                            Writing                          Writing                            Writing
Write a letter to Pip. Help       Write about something of which Write your friends' names. Write Stamp ou the high frequency            Draw the setting from the story
children with prediscussion of a you are afraid. Label your fear.    Pip's animal friends' names.     words from the book: said, and, and label. IE, rock, tree, leaf,
topic. F 1,2,3,5,6,7,9         H F 1,2,3,5,6,7 H 2,3,4,5             Illustrate yoiur work. F 7,8   G the. G3 H 3,4 I 2                  mushroom, moss… G 2,3 I 2
2,3,4,5,                                                             2 H1



Math                               Math A 1,7,6,                       Math                                Math                             Math
Talk about the sets on the pages   Long and Short: Find something      More than/less than: Compare        Draw animal sets to match the    Add one more to each animal set
and write story problems "1        long and short on each animal.      the legs of animals in the book.    book ( or use photocopies) and   and write the new numeral. A
salamander and 3 frogs make 4      Pip has a short leg and a long      Who has how many? Which is          write the numeral to match the   5,7,13
animals." 1+3=4             A      tail. The frogs have short fngers   greater- 2 or 4? List other         quantity. A 2,3,4,5
2,4,7,10                           and long legs. Jump like frogs.     animals with more less or
                                   Measure and record the length of    equivalent number of legs. (Don't
                                   the jumps… long and short.          forget snake- 0 legs.) A 5,7,13
Week Of: Nov.                         BOOK: Today I Feel Silly by        Theme: Emotion and emotion management                Rhyming and poetry                                          NOTES:
KINDERGATEN all K standards           Curtis
Monday C 3 D 1 J 2                    Tuesday J 1 A 1 E 4                Wednesday J 1,2 F 1 B 1 A 8            Thursday C 4, 6 B 1                  Friday J 1,2 B 1
Background Information and            Read the book and have fun with    Read the book and write on chart       Read the book and at each            How does your mood effect
Picture walk: What is a mood?         the rhyme. Point out rhyming       paper the moods that the little girl   "mood", describe when you feel       others? Since we can't hurt other
What are the pictures telling you     words as you read; then ask the    feels. Post in the classroom for       silly or cranky or frustrated…       people, how can we feel angry
about the story? Demonstrate          children for predictions of the    children to refer to.                  Children need examples. What         and not hit or kick someone?
how to be careful in using the        rhyming words. Watch if they can                                          do they do when they feel a
mood wheel. Read the mood             rhyme and use context to guess                                            mood? Is it OK to feel moods?
words.                                the word.                                                                 Help give language to moods.
Reading                               Reading                            Reading                                Reading                              Reading
Five Day Cycle: "Today I Feel                                                                                   Interactive Chart: I look in the
_______." ________ (name)                                                                                       mirror and what do I see? I see a
1. Write and fill in sentence. 2                                                                                _________ face ________ at
Cut apart sentence strip and put                                                                                me. Sad- frowning, happy-
back together. 3. Illustrate and                                                                                smiling, scared- trembling…
make into a class booklet.                                                                                      make faces to match the
C 1,3 J 4                                                                                                       emotion. A 2,8,6,9

Phonemic Awareness                    Phonemic Awareness                 Phonemic Awareness                     Phonemic Awareness                   Phonemic Awareness
Make alphabet letters with string     Make a silly rhyme with your       Read the book and leave off the        Read some of the rhymes with         Rhyming riddles. To focus on /r/
or yarn. One strand for 's' (silly)   name by changing the initial       second rhyming word in the             the same spelling pattern- dad-      words make all riddles:"I lay on
and two for "b" (breakfast). A 5      sound- Tonya to Banya; Juan to     verses for children to say. A 2,5      glad, understands- hands but         the floor and rhyme with bug; my
                                      Muan… nonsense words are                                                  not bite- right. Discuss the rhyme   name is ______." "I look like a
                                      OK! A 2,7                                                                 and wite them. Underline same        mouse and rhyme with Bat; my
                                                                                                                parts. A 2                           name is ______." A 2,9 B 1

Writing                               Writing                            Writing                                Writing                              Writing
Stamp out feelings words. G 2         Make a "feelings" book. Write      Create a feeling word list on          Write sill sentences: IE, Dogs       Make a feelings necklace. Make
                                      feeling words and illustrate.      chart paper as a class. H 2,3,4        write sentences or People wag        paper beads and draw a face on
                                      H 2,3,4 G 2                        I2                                     their tails. H 2,3,4 G 3,4           each "bead" and label the feeling.
                                                                                                                                                     G 3 H 3,4



Math B 1                              Math                               Math                                   Math                                 Math
Fool around with time: In the         Sequence a week's worth of         Run a relay race and measure           Sell cookies and lemonade.           Discuss a two wheeler-- What
book she ate noodles at               moods as they appear in the        the distance B 3                       Discuss costs and pennies,           else has two wheels. What has
breakfast and pancakes at night.      book. B 1                                                                 nickles and dimes. Use play          four (and none). (Like in PIP's
List what children do morning                                                                                   money. Look at coins and coin        Magic). Record the list and draw
noon and night. Then make sill                                                                                  stamps for head and tail match to    the vehicles.
mixes of time and activity. "I put                                                                              denomination. A 9
PJs on at noon!"
Week Of: Nov. Preschool ELA       BOOK: Pip's Magic by Walsh         Theme: Emotions and emotions management           Forest Animals Fantasy/Reality (Magic) Quotes        NOTES:
Codes                                                                Predictable text                                                                                        Pip. "If you are looking for old
Monday J 1,2,6 B 5 E 3 A 9        Tuesday J 1,2,6                    Wednesday E 2 A 8,9 J 7          Thursday E 2 C 5, 7                Friday C 5,7 E 2                   Abra, you're too late." "He
Active Background Info: Discuss   Who remembers what Pip is          Practice the repeating words     Did Pip need magic to get over     Copy the pictures of the animals   went…" "He won't be back." It
what the children think about     afraid of? Discuss about being and phrases in the book (see         his fear? How did he get over his from the book; put them in order    could be an interactive chart idea
what magic is. Then read the      afraid of the dark. What are other Notes). Ask the children to read fear? Make a sequence of the       of Pip's meeting them. Read the    with the various animals and
story. Use different voices to    fears children might have. Look them as you read the story. Ask scary places Pip went through          book and see if the order is       where Abra is that are the words
accentuate the quotes.            for a discussion about why they for a recap or retell of the story  that were dark. Use it as a retell correct. Again retell the story.   the children fill in.
                                  are afraid-- a dog bit them, mom when you are finished.             structure after you read the book.
                                  is afraid, etc. Then read.
Whole Group/Transitions




Small Group/Special Activities
Literacy/Language Devel.          Writing Center B 5 C 4             Math                                Science                             Sensory Table
Make a script for the children.   Word wall words: animal names:     1. Things to count: The number      What is "dark?" It is no light. Use
Color code Pip's words and the    salamander or newt, frog,          of Pip's pictures; Pip's newt and   a thick blanket to give children a
words of the animals he meets.    mouse, sparrow, snake, Old         frog friends; mushrooms;            dark experience. Why is it dark at
E 4, 5,7 J 7 F 1,2,3 A 9          Abra (turtle). Make a word game    sparrow's toes; rocks in the        night?
                                  matching picture and print.        tunnel.
                                                                     2. Use the sequence pictures of
                                                                     the animals Pip meets and the
                                  Fine Motor                         scary places to put in order.       Art Center C 7                      Music/Sound Center
                                                                     C 5,7                               Put dirt, rocks, sod, leaves, and
                                                                                                         plastic forest animals in the
                                                                                                         sensory table to act out the story.




Dramatic Play                     Blocks C 7                        Gross Motor C 7                      Health/Nutrition/Dental           Miscellaneous                    Parent Signature/Comments
                                  Make a forest and tunnel for Pip. Act out the story. Crawl like Pip.
Week Of:Nov.                      BOOK: Today I Feel Silly by      Theme: Emotion and emotion management                Rhyming and poetry                                   NOTES:
                                  Curtis                                                                                                                                     This so connects up to Mean
Monday C 3 D 1 J 2                Tuesday J 1 A 1 E 4              Wednesday J 1,2 F 1 B 1 A 8 Thursday C 4, 6 B 1                         Friday J 1,2 B 1                  Soup. Make parallels between
Background Information and        Read the book and have fun with Read the book and write on chart Read the book and at each               How does your mood effect         the texts.
Picture walk: What is a mood?     the rhyme. Point out rhyming     paper the moods that the little girl "mood", describe when you feel others? Since we can't hurt other
What are the pictures telling you words as you read; then ask the feels. Post in the classroom for      silly or cranky or frustrated…     people, how can we feel angry
about the story? Demonstrate      children for predictions of the  children to refer to.                Children need examples. What and not hit or kick someone?
how to be careful in using the    rhyming words. Watch if they can                                      do they do when they feel a
mood wheel. Read the mood         rhyme and use context to guess                                        mood? Is it OK to feel moods?
words.                            the word.                                                             Help give language to moods.
Whole Group/Transitions
Mood cards: Copy the pages and label the mood the child feels. Give a child a page. One child acts out a mood and anothers guess the mood. OR             All act out mood
cards; concentrate on facial expression. D 1,4,5 A 7,8




Small Group/Special Activities
Literacy/Language Devel.              Writing Center                      Math                        Science                            Sensory Table
Rhyming words (See Tuesday)           Mood words chart: See Weds.'s
Follow up with other rhyme            activity. Post it in the classroom;
activities. One idea is make a        use it as problems or situations
column of children's names;           arise in the classroom. Point to
make another column with              the emotion that the child might
rhymes. (They do not need to          feel during a situation-- positive
make sense.) Write the onset          and negative.
letter in one color and the rest of   Fine Motor                                                      Art Center                         Music/Sound Center
the word in another color.            Make a happy face and sad face                                  Colors and moods: Ask the          Music and moods: Different
A 1,6,7,8 E 4 G 4                     in the mirror. Look at changes in                               children what color goes with a    songs and genres of music
                                      parts of face.                                                  specific mood. Then draw in the    match moods, too. Play a variety
                                                                                                      color (and in the movements) a     of music. Ask the children what
                                                                                                      child feels match a mood.          they would like to hear at rest
                                                                                                                                         time, play time, art time, etc.

Dramatic Play                         Blocks                            Gross Motor                   Health/Nutrition/Dental          Miscellaneous                         Parent Signature/Comments
Dress ups: There are some                                                                             Mental health: Controling
clothes you might put in                                                                              Emotions is this month's theme.
housekeeping to match the little                                                                      Use the theme during both
girl in the story. Don't forget to                                                                    positive/negative situations.
put the book in the area.                                                                             Remember that children need to
                                                                                                      "try on" emotions and then learn
                                                                                                      responses to them.
Week Of: OVATION BOOK C BOOK: Mean Soup                                   Theme: Emotions and emotions management                                                                      NOTES:
4, 7
Monday C 3 D 1 J 2 F1,2,3      Tuesday J 1 C 4,5 K 3                      Wednesday C 4,5,6,7,9 F 3         Thursday J 1,2 C 6 D 1              Friday J 2 D 1,3 C 8
Picture walk through the book  Review the predictions and then            Make these lists as you read.     Read the book and make up           Do you like the illustrations? Who
pointing out the change in the read the book. What does "mean             What happens to Horace to         other things that kids and Horace   drew them? Can you draw
face of Horace as you go. The  soup" mean to you now?                     make him mad? What does mom       can do to the soup. How does        Horace and some soup? Read
title is mean soup…What do you                                            do when Horace comes home?        this help Horace feel better? Why   the story and tell what the story is
think it might mean? Record                                               What do they do to the soup?      is he happy after doing all those   about when you are finished.
some answers on chart paper                                                                                 "mean" things to the soup?          Teacher can ask some literal
and then read the book.                                                                                                                         questions for comprehension.
Whole Group/Transitions
THIS IS A NOISEY BOOK! IT IS FUN TO ACT OUT THE PAGES!




Small Group/Special Activities
Literacy/Language Devel.              Writing Center                      Math                              Science                             Sensory Table
Make up recipes. They can be          Put recipe cards in the area.       Look at a recipe: Discuss the                                         Mut measuring items in the
silly or real (good time to discuss   Either take dication or children    concept of amounts. Compare                                           water/ sand table.
fantasy and reality).      E3         draw a recipe. (Remember they       one teaspoon, one tablespoon
                                      might be silly or illogical!) F 8   and one cup
                                      G 1,3,4


                                      Fine Motor                                                            Art Center                          Music/Sound Center
                                                                                                            Draw Horace as a mad/
                                                                                                            frustrated/ angry/ etc. child AND
                                                                                                            as a happy child.




Dramatic Play J 2                Blocks                                   Gross Motor J 2                   Health/Nutrition/Dental      Miscellaneous                                 Parent Signature/Comments
Make mean soup in the kitchen.                                            Act it out. Kids love doing the   It is healthy to let your
Big pot and spoon..Cook books...                                          faces that Horace made.           emotions out. How can you do
Recipes…                                                                                                    it and not hurt anyone?
                                                                                                            Language helps! J 2, 4, 6,