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Name of Activity : Name That Guest! Age Group: 4-5 years old Benchmark: 1.B.eCa Objectives: To recognize children with the frequent nature of weekday names To help children discover that some activities occur regularly on one or two week days To explain children in predicting events and patterns in the environment Materials/Resources: calendar, picture cards, date cards Safety and Organization Considerations: small group of five children Length of Activity: 5 - 15 minutes Introduction: I will sing days of the week song and I will have a child point to the days as the group sings Activity: I will use calendar as a pattern-teaching tool (ABAB, ABBABB, etc.) have the child predict today and tomorrow based on the existing pattern, then select the correct pattern piece/numeral for the current date ... if not, have the child place the correct numeral on the date --after the group counts to the day. When the day is determined, look to see if 'special events' are noted for the particular day (birthday, event, etc.) Wrap up Reflection : I will ask if there are any 'special guests' coming on that day ... music, speech, library, etc. As the children come to understand who comes in relation to others, ask
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  • Spring '16
  • 15 minutes, 3 years, The Child, 31 days, Two week

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