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Draw and Write Together: It Floats! It Sinks!

Have children draw a picture of their favorite object from “Fish Museum.” Help them dictate or write a caption about if the object floats or sinks.

Draw and Write Together: Make a Graph #2

Make a graph of children’s results from the measuring activity.

Draw and Write Together: Our Water Story

Have children create a story together about a trip on the ocean in a boat.

Draw and Write Together: “The River”

Read the poem “The River.” Have children draw a picture of how they imagined the river flowed down the mountain.   

Draw and Write Together: Water Poetry

Help children write or dictate a poem about water using the template provided.

Draw and Write Together: What Clothes Absorb Water?

Have children identify clothing articles that absorb water and dictate or write a caption about it.

Learn About Letters Together: A–Z Letter Hunt

Hide the letters from “Aa” to “Zz” for children to find. Have each child present his or her letter(s) and match them to the alphabet chart.   

Play Together: Laundry Hat Toss

Have children find hats that go in the laundry and absorb water. Allow them to toss the hats into a laundry basket.

Read Together: A Cool Drink of Water #1

Review how all living things need water and then read the book with children.

Read Together: A Cool Drink of Water #2

Reread the book and have children look for the different objects people use to make water move.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 9, Week 1

Choose a book about water to read to children. Ask them to identify how water moves and changes direction in the story.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 9, Week 2

Read a story or concept book about water. Make connections between the book and children’s own explorations with water.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 9, Week 4

Read a favorite story or concept book about water. Make connections to children’s explorations with water.

Read Together: I Get Wet #1

Read about experiments with water. Focus children on the different shapes water takes in the book.

Read Together: I Get Wet #2

Gather children around a faucet and follow the water activity as the text describes.

Read Together: Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up Her Wash #1

Read the story and have children listen to all the silly things Mrs. McNosh washes and hangs up to dry.

Read Together: Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up Her Wash #2

Reread the story. Ask children to recall events and tell what the main idea of the story is.

Read Together: Ten Dirty Pigs/Ten Clean Pigs

Read the story and have children look for all the different ways water moves in the story.

Read Together: Toy Boat #1

Read Toy Boat by Randall de Seve. Help children track the movements of the boat as it floats in the water.

Read Together: Toy Boat #2

Reread Toy Boat by Randal de Seve. Help children visualize the action of the story

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