Theme 1:

Planet Earth

For our first lesson, our theme is Planet Earth. We will talk about nature, trees, flowers and our planet Earth as we practice counting and identifying numbers 0-10. We will learn about the properties of a circle and practice patterning in an ABAB sequence. This lesson's Science Experiment: Raincloud in a Jar

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Theme 2:

Construction

This week, our theme is Construction. We will talk about construction, buildings, and heavy equipments as we practice counting and identifying numbers 11-20. We will learn about the properties of a triangle, and practice patterning in an AABB sequence. This lesson's science experiment: Sink or Float??

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Theme 3:

Vehicles & Things That Go

This week, our theme is Vehicles and Things That Go. We will talk about different types of vehicles and modes of transportation as we practice addition and subtraction within 5. We will learn about the properties of quadrilaterals, particularly rectangles and squares, and practice sorting objects into 2 separate groups. This lesson's Science Experiment: Balloon Rocket

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Theme 4:

Farm

This week, our theme is The Farm. We will talk about farm animals and all the responsibilities of a farmer as we practice addition and subtraction within 10. We will learn about the properties of a pentagon, and practice sorting objects into 3-4 separate groups. This lesson's Scientific Inquiry: The Structure of a Plant

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Theme 5:

Bugs & Insects

This week, our theme is Bugs and Insects. We will talk about different kinds of creepy-crawlies as we practice a series of additions within 5 and a series of subtractions within 5. We will learn about the properties of a hexagon, and practice patterning in an ABCABC sequence. This lesson's Scientific Inquiry: Making "Honey" - Viscosity and Non-Newtonian Fluids

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Theme 6:

Dinosaurs

This week, our theme is Dinosaurs. We will talk about different kinds of dinosaurs as we practice 1 to 1 correspondence and doubling numbers. We will review circles, triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, and hexagons and practice graphing. This lesson's Scientific Inquiry: Dino-Bone Dough - Learning About Evaporation

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