Theme of the Week: Letters and Colors
Letter of the Week: A
Number of the Month: 1
Shape of the Month: Circle
Color of the Month: Red
• At the art table, we have red play-doh.
• At the sensory table, we have the sand tray and modeling clay.
• At the paint easel, we have watercolor paint and red paint.
• On the practical life shelf, cutting food, locks puzzle, nuts and bolts, sticks in a shaker, pouring, tonging, and button dressing vests.
• On the art shelf, we have a Letter A color page, cutting strips, rubbing cards, and then our free art supplies (paper, cardstock, construction paper, scissors, crayons, markers, pencils, tape, glue, stapler, and paper punch.)
• On the sensorial shelf, we have color tablets 1, red rods, the brown stair, block tower, and knobbed cylinder A.
• On the geometry shelf, we have the circle puzzle. There are also the insets, a geoboard, shape sorter, and geometric solids.
• On the letter shelf, we have sandpaper letters (lower case and upper case) alphabet cards, and leap frog letters.
• On the language shelf, there is calendar matching, fall letter words, and the farm.
• On the writing shelf, there are dry erase letter pages, a letter A page, moveable alphabet, and the red level language materials.
• On the science shelf, there is mammal puzzle – horse, plant puzzle – tree, and land and water cards.
• On the geography shelf, there are the continent globe and the sand and water globe and the continent map puzzle.
• On the math shelf, we have sandpaper numbers, number puzzle, number bears, bead matching, fraction puzzles, and spindles.
• We are reading Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, White Rabbit’s Color Book, One Fish, Two Fish, Do You Know Your Colors?, Dr. Suess’ ABC, and The Crayon Box That Talked.