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Draw and Write Together: City Sounds

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.

Draw and Write Together: Favorite Sounds

Have children draw a picture that shows the object that makes their favorite sound. Have them complete sentence frames to identify the sound.

Draw and Write Together: Night Music

Reread the poem “Night Music,” and together then compose a new group poem based on city sounds.

Draw and Write Together: Sound Book

Have children collectively make a number book of sounds modeled on the book City Lullaby. Keep the book in the Writing Center for children to view.

Draw and Write Together: Sources of Sounds

Review the “Sounds We Hear” chart with children. Encourage children to share what they have learned about sound. Record any new ideas on the chart.

Favorite Sounds

Have children draw pictures about their favorite sounds.  Ask questions about their drawings and write what they tell you under their picture.

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

Have children trace sandpaper letters to help them recognize and write the letter “Nn."

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

Have children trace sandpaper letters to help them begin to write the letter “Qq.”

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Ss”) #1

Have children trace sandpaper letters to help them begin to write the letter “Ss.”

Learn About Letters Together: Sandpaper Writing (“Ss”) #2

Have children trace a sandpaper letter cutout to help them begin to write the letter “Ss.”

Letter Shaping (“Oo”)

Display the letter “Oo” card and show children how to use various materials to shape the uppercase and lowercase letters.

Letter Shaping (“Ss”)

Have children use various materials to shape the uppercase and lowercase letter "Ss."

Sound Riddles

Have children draw something from the week’s reading that makes sound. Using a template, help them complete riddles describing the sound the object makes.

Talk Together: Loud and Quiet

Create a chart listing loud and quiet sounds and discuss reasons for using loud or quiet voices.

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