I've decided to stay strictly with our Giving Thanks/Thanksgiving, Fall Theme for November. There's just so much fun to be had with it.. plus, it provides a general need of thankfulness that must be taught to children. I must say that it opens the eyes of the teacher, as well. :)
Letter of the week: "G"
Activities include fine motor activities and coordination promotion of writing, worksheets, arts and crafts, etc. I decided that we are not going to do the mini book from First-School this week, as I noticed Harmony was getting a little bored.
Adding and Subtracting, Recognition, Sorting, and Measurements
Tools for Math Lesson: Beans, lids, jars, and bottle caps
Every morning we write down one thing in our lives that we are thankful for. We write this on the back of our thumbprint turkey cards.
Will post on library book selection. Any good idea's for good Thanksgiving and Christmas books?
Cornucopia Mosaic (didn't get to it last week), Turkey Pinecones, and Thanksgiving Hand Print Tree
Have a great week and don't forget to give thanks!