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Draw and Write Together: A Story Map

Create a story map to tell the sequence of the story Samantha on a Roll by Linda Ashman.

Draw and Write Together: Feelings Book

Discuss feelings and have children draw a time they have specific feeling and dictate or write a caption.

Draw and Write Together: “How It Moves” Chart

Discuss children's observations while rolling or sliding objects down ramps. Create a  “Roll” and “Slide” chart with children.

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: Using Ramps

Have children dictate, write, or draw to illustrate a way in which ramps are used.

Draw and Write Together: We Did It!

Ask children to think of something they were afraid to do the first time. Have children draw a picture of them doing the task.

Draw and Write Together: “We Use Wheels” Rhyme

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

Draw and Write Together: We Went Walking

Have children complete a sentence strip chart as they dictate or write about ramp observations to fill in the last sentence. 

Draw and Write Together: Wheel Book

Invite children to draw a picture of an activity they do that requires using something with wheels. Create a group “Wheel Book.”

Draw and Write Together: Wheels Poetry

Children write a group poem about objects that have wheels. 

Greeting Song: “Will You Meet a Friend of Mine?” #1

Sing the greeting song and signal to one child and have the whole class greet him or her. 

Greeting Song: “Will You Meet a Friend of Mine?” #2

Hold up a name card in the last line of the greeting song "Will You Be A Friend Of Mine" and have everyone greet that child. 

Greeting Song: “Will You Meet a Friend of Mine?” #5

Have children discuss and choose how they would like to sing the greeting song.

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.

Learn About Letters Together: Decorate Letter (“Hh”)

Children trace and decorate uppercase letter “H” with pictures of words that begin with the letter /h/ sound.

Learn About Letters Together: Decorate Letter (“Uu”)

Have children decorate a cutout "U" and then have a "U" parade around the room. 

Play Together: “Quack’s Apples” #1 (PEEP game)

Join small groups of children at the Technology Center to have them take turns in helping Quack roll apples down the hill and into the pond.

Play Together: Roll, Roll, Slide!

Have children follow directions as they play the game “Roll, Roll, Slide!” using a block and a ramp.  

Play Together: Train Time

Have groups act out different characters (trains) from The Little Engine That Could. Find a hill or a low ramp to use as the mountain.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 5, Week 1

Reread a book from the week, watch “Roller Coaster,” or select a book from the recommended list. Focus on ramps and rolling and sliding movements.

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