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Explore the different types of homes animals live in. Then help your child plan and build a house for a favorite animal.
Read aloud Bears Snores On by Karma Wilson to children. Focus on the sounds in the story, and talk about the sounds animals make.
Have each child choose a boat character in Toy Boat and continue the story.
Create a number chart with children by using the illustrations and text from City Lullaby. Include the numbers, the noise makers, and the descriptive sound words.
Have children draw a picture that shows the object that makes their favorite sound. Have them complete sentence frames to identify the sound.
Talk about noisy places and quiet places. Have children draw themselves in one of these places and help them write a sentence for the drawing.
Make a chart of things that move on wheels. Encourage children to draw pictures or cut out photos of one of the items.
Test children’s predictions and have them record which balls float and which ones sink.
Challenge children to make a boat that will hold the biggest load and still float on the water.
Provide the different materials children have used while exploring buildings this week. Allow free exploration and have children use the materials to build a house.
Use pictures to describe and categorize cats by their physical characteristics.
Have children explore mixing colors and shades of color with finger paints.
Have children explore making different sounds with their voices. Encourage them to use content vocabulary to describe the sounds.
Have children explore how water drops behave on different surfaces.
Discuss plants children can and cannot eat. Have them continue to explore their plants and record changes in their science notebooks.
Let children freely explore a variety of vegetables and compare them to the plants they are growing.
Play a recoding of rhythmic instrumental music with a strong beat. Tap the rhythm and have children follow you.
Have children continue building towers. Encourage them to explore using the materials in new ways.
Have children observe, record, and discuss the changes in the seeds and bulbs they planted.
Continue to explore how much weight their boats can hold and still float using various materials.