Pre-Kindergarten

Week of 4/20            Week of 4/27         Week of 5/4       Week of 5/11         Week of 5/18


Room 124 - Ms. Alcalde

LITERACY 

Monday 5/11

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

 

Tuesday 5/12

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

 

Wednesday 5/13

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

Thursday 5/14

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

Friday 5/15

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

SEL

 

Monday 5/11

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

 

Tuesday 5/12

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

 

Wednesday 5/13

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

Thursday 5/14

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

Friday 5/15

Go Noodle Party!

 

MATH 

Monday 5/11

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Tuesday 5/12

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Wednesday 5/13

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

Thursday 5/14

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

Friday 5/15

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Room 128 - Ms. Tomasino

LITERACY 

Monday 5/11

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

 

Tuesday 5/12

Working on letters and corresponding sounds and syllables in Spanish. Brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of letters we are working on. Parents can share in Google Classroom.

 

Wednesday 5/13

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

Thursday 5/14

Working on letters and corresponding sounds and syllables in Spanish. Brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of letters we are working on. Parents can share in Google Classroom.

Friday 5/15

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

SEL

 

Monday 5/11

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

 

Tuesday 5/12

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

 

Wednesday 5/13

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

Thursday 5/14

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

Friday 5/15

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

MATH 

Monday 5/11

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Tuesday 5/12

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Wednesday 5/13

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

Thursday 5/14

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

Friday 5/15

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Room 130 - Ms. Calvo

LITERACY 

Monday 5/11

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

 

Tuesday 5/12

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

 

Wednesday 5/13

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

Thursday 5/14

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

Friday 5/15

Students will work on comprehension through oral conversation, writing and drawings after we read a story. The problem in the story will also be addressed. Students will recognize the issue and problem solve together. Working on letters and corresponding sounds + syllables in Spanish after vocabulary prompt. Students will brainstorm words that may have beginning or ending sounds of the letters that we are working on. Continue to review vocabulary, concepts and syntax.

SEL

 

Monday 5/11

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

 

Tuesday 5/12

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

 

Wednesday 5/13

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

Thursday 5/14

Throughout our day with the children, teachers will incorporate SEL questioning about characters, students own actions towards each other, animals and our planet; allowing students (if applicable) to compare themselves to the main characters, problem and/or setting in the story.

Friday 5/15

Go Noodle Party!

 

MATH 

Monday 5/11

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Tuesday 5/12

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

 

Wednesday 5/13

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

Thursday 5/14

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

Friday 5/15

Activities that pose questions to elicit student talk about mathematical ideas: placing manipulatives in groups of 10; practice counting by tens using manipulatives and our fingers. recognizing numbers 1-20 (goal is 30 in and out of order); orally count to 100 is goal so work your way to 100 in small increments until 1 to 100 is accomplished, location words; shapes; and patterns

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