Sunday, September 26, 2010

Apples, Apples, Apples!

Our theme for this past week was APPLES!  We introduced the apple theme by working with our short a sound and making the apple shape book with the short a pictures inside.  Our centers were all apple themed also.

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They listened to the story Apples, Apples, Apples, and then played a game called “Rotten Apple”.  This game had our vocabulary words on it. They drew a card and read the word on the card, If they knew the word they got to keep the card. If they drew a card with an apple with a worm in it, they had to call out “Rotten Apple!” and they lost all the cards they had collected.  They had a lot of fun playing this game.

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This game was Rhyming with Johnny Appleseed. They found rhyming pairs of short a words. 

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At this center they ordered numbered apples from least to greatest.

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Students drew cards with math facts on them and used counters to join sets to find the sum for the game Apple Addition.

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This center was geared towards handwriting. They copied a poem using their neatest handwriting using their lines and spaces and then illustrated the poem.

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During one of our desk jobs the students made a shape book called All About Apples.

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Labeling the parts of an apple was an art job we did during our center desk job.

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Another desk job during centers was making these torn apple trees.

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These are our “Happy Apple Men”!  They are proud of their art jobs!

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We combined our apple theme with a few math lessons also.  On the promethean we worked on ordering 2 numbers from least to greatest and then did 3 numbers and then 4 numbers in order from least to greatest.

We also read a Dr. Seuss story Ten Apples Up on Top and then did a math activity on the promethean where the students were pictured with apples up on top.  They had to figure out the combination of red and green apples “up on top”.

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After doing the activity on the promethean we went back to our desks and rolled red and green dice to make combinations of our own and put them in a book of our classmates pictures called “How Many Apples Up On Top"?”

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The last activity we did was read the story The Seasons of Arnold’s Apple Tree. We then painted our own seasons of an apple tree.

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As you can see this was a busy week of Apples, Apples, Apples!

2 comments:

  1. This looks great!! Thanks for all of the inspiring ideas.

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