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Practice hand and arm motions that go across a baby’s middle to help build muscles and skills that prepare them for writing.
Make each child a “Book About ME” with family photos and magazine pictures of favorite things. Encourage family members to read the book with their child.
Have children draw, dictate, or write something that surprised them as they were exploring making objects and float and sink. Compile the pages to make a group book.
Create a story map to tell the sequence of the story Samantha on a Roll by Linda Ashman.
Have each child choose a boat character in Toy Boat and continue the story.
Invite children to create riddles that describe materials and tools.
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.
Write a class poem incorporating children’s observations of different colors.
Encourage children to share what they know about colors and record their discoveries on a chart.
Have children draw, dictate, or write a letter to a family member about something they liked in the story The Little Red Hen.
Have children draw a picture that shows the object that makes their favorite sound. Have them complete sentence frames to identify the sound.
Describe a fiesta and make a “Fiesta Foods” book by having children draw pictures of plant foods that begin with the letter “F.”
Have children go on a hunt looking for specific colors around the room.
Teach children the song “I Am a Fine Musician.” Reinforce the directionality of print by using a written chart of the lyrics.
Children choose a plant they would like to grow and illustrate, dictate or write about it.
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.
Have children generate rhyme words as they dictate or write to complete the poem “It’s a Whatchamacallit.”
Have children write, draw, or dictate a letter to the big bad wolf.
Have children finish writing and illustrating their version of The Three Little Pigs. Help children put the pictures in the correct sequence and bind the pages into a booklet.
Write a music poem with children. Have children dictate how music makes them feel to complete the poem.