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Draw and Write Together: It’s a Whatchamacallit

Have children generate rhyme words as they dictate or write to complete the poem “It’s a Whatchamacallit.”

Draw and Write Together: “We Use Wheels” Rhyme

Invite children to dictate, write, and draw their own rhymes about wheels.   

Draw and Write Together: Wheels Poetry

Children write a group poem about objects that have wheels. 

Greeting Song: “I Have a Good Friend” #1

Sit in a circle and recite the chant, “I Have a Good Friend.” Roll a ball to each child calling him/her by name.

Greeting Song: “I Have a Good Friend” #2

Have children recognize their name as they recite a greeting chant along with you. 

Learn About Letter Sounds Together: Beginning Sound (/z/)

Help children learn the /z/ sound by having them come up with real or made-up words that begin with the /z/ sound.

Recite Together: “Down the Ramp”

Introduce children to a chant about ramps. Recite it using hand motions and have children join you.

Recite Together: “Feelings”

Recite the rhyme “Feelings” with children and ask them to act out the feeling words as you read them the rhyme.

Recite Together: “On the Hill”

Review what children have observed about objects rolling down a hill. Recite a poem about rolling down a hill.

Recite Together: “Over, Under, Around, and Through”

Have work with a buddy to go over, under, around, and through a hoop as you recite “Over, Under, Around, and Through.” 

Recite Together: “The Grand Old Duke of York”

Discuss opposite words up and down as you recite “The Grand Old Duke of York” with children.

Recite Together: “The Slide”

Use the rhyme, “The Slide” to reinforce the concept of moving down a slide. Have children act out the motions.

Recite Together: “Zoom, Zoom, Zoom”

Teach children the chant “Zoom, Zoom, Zoom.” Recite the chant with movements and invite children to join you.

Sing Together: “Climb On!”

Discuss the children’s experiences on sleds. Sing the song about a sled.

Sing Together: “Keep on Trying”

Have children make comparisons as you reread the story The Little Engine That Could. Sing the song “Keep on Trying.”

Sing Together: “The Wheels on the Bus” #3

Discuss how a bus moves from place to place on wheels and then sing a song about a bus and act out the motions.

Talk Together: I Can Do It!

Review the story The Little Engine That Could. Have children share a time they were afraid to go down an inclined plane.

Talk Together: Review Ramps, Slides, and Tracks

Have children talk about ramps, slides, or tracks in their environment. Then act out motions as they recite a rhyme.

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