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Draw and Write Together: “I Am a Fine Musician”

Teach children the song “I Am a Fine Musician.” Reinforce the directionality of print by using a written chart of the lyrics.

Draw and Write Together: Music Poem

Write a music poem with children. Have children dictate how music makes them feel to complete the poem.

“Favorite Sounds” Class Book

Have children draw something that makes a favorite sound.  Ask children to dictate a caption. Tape all the pages together to create a class book.

Learn About Letters Together: Letter Shape (“Ii”)

Use the Air Writing Routine to help children recognize and begin to “write” the letter “Ii.”

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Ii”)

Use the Sandpaper Writing Routine to help children recognize and begin to “write” the letter “Ii.”

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Jj”)

Use the Sandpaper Writing Routine to help children recognize and begin to “write” the letter “Jj.”

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Ll”)

Use the Sandpaper Writing Routine to help children begin to recognize and to “write” the letter “Ll.”

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Mm”)

Use the Sandpaper Writing Routine to help children begin to “write” the letter “Mm.” 

Letter Molds (“Ii”)

Have children press “Ii” letter molds into the sand. Encourage them to use their fingers to make the letters in the sand as well.

Loud and Quiet Book

Have children make their own books about things that are loud and things that are quiet.  Children will share their book with the class on Day 5.

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