Books: Bible, Enemy Pie
Worksheets: Bb Writing, My License Plate, Stoplight, My Clock, Our Daily Bread, Visual Perception Worksheets
CD: Hide 'Em in Your Heart Vol. 1
Activities: Matchbox cars, paint, Legos, painter's tape, Berry Blue Jello, gummy fish, Kansas Dirt Cake ingredients (see below), coffee filter, water spray bottle, washable markers, balloons, construction paper or crepe paper, make bread, socks or soft ball, box or laundry basket
Theme : Prayer
Bible Story: The Lord's Prayer
Objective: Prayer includes asking God to provide for our needs and forgive us.
Scripture: Matthew 6:9
My Story Bible: pg 72-73
The Beginning Reader's Bible: pg 169
Through the Bible in Felt: Story #113
What is the difference between what you want and what you need?
Does God care about your wants or only your needs?
Give me some examples of things you need to ask forgiveness for?
Give me an example of a time that you had to forgive someone else.
Verse: Matthew 6:9-12 (NIV) - Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
Steve Green - Hide 'Em in Your Heart Vol. 1 - #7
Bible Song: Deep and Wide (Traditional)
Deep and wide (put arms vertically, then horizontally),
Deep and wide
There’s a fountain (rain down with fingers)
Flowing (play piano with fingers)
Deep and wide
Optional – each time substitute the below words and say “hmmm” instead
1st Time - Deep
2nd Time - Deep, wide
3rd Time - Deep, wide, fountain
4th Time - Deep, wide, fountain, flowing
1st Time Example:
Hmmm and wide
Hmmm and wide
There's a fountain
Hmmm and wide
Books of the Bible: Habakkuk, Zephaniah
Math : Clock
Science : Animals - Ocean
Social Science : Transportation - Car
Letters: B, b
Numbers: Write 0-30
Sight Word : be
Book of the Week:
Enemy Pie by Derek Munson
Fine Motor Skill: Cutting
Gross Motor Skill: Basketball
Visual Perception Skill: Tracking Worksheets
- Matthew 6:9-12 - Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
God, please give me what I need to live. (Review Needs vs Wants from Week 18)
God, please forgive me for (specific sins) and help me to forgive those who do wrong things to me.
- ABCJLM Bible Coloring Sheets: Our Daily Bread
- Make a loaf of bread to give to someone and explain the Lord's Prayer.
Write the numbers on the My Clock worksheet. Do this several times so that child remembers where the number "one" is placed.
- Take a trip to a local aquarium.
- Make Berry Blue Jello in individual clear plastic cups. Add gummy fish in the jello before it sets.
- Cut a coffee filter in the shape of a fish. Using washable markers, color the fish. Spray the filter with water and watch the colors "swim" together.
- Octopus: Blow up a balloon and draw a face on it. Add eight legs (folded up paper, long balloons, or crepe paper) to create an octopus.
- Have the child draw a picture of her favorite ocean animal.
• Social Science:
- Creative Roads:
Build a road system using painter's tape. With a basic figure-eight setup, make a few exits to visit various places. After creating the road, discuss places that cars can take you. Using Duplo Legos, build your favorite stops - church, Walmart, Sonic, carwash, and houses. Add other items like animals and bridges along the road as well. Note: Do not use masking tape, as it will leave a residue.
- Make a License Plate:
Go look at the license plate on your vehicle. Talk about the different parts of the plate. Create your own using the My License Plate worksheet.
- Play "Red Light, Green Light" as a fun way to practice the obedience of stopping when told to do so. Using only the green (go) and red (stop or freeze) concepts of this game, play this game while on a trampoline, doing an activity at the park, or running or walking beside each other. Teach the child to immediately stop when given the "red light" command. If the child learns this skill, it can be used in an emergency situation such as a parking lot.
- Make a stoplight with three circles - red, yellow, and green. Color the Stoplight worksheet or use as a template.
- Crossing the Street - Visit a few intersections to practice these rules.
Stop at the curb or edge of the road before crossing.
Never run into a street or in a parking lot.
Look and listen for traffic to the left, then to the right,and then to the left again.
Cross using crosswalks. Obey the traffic signals and signs. Keep looking while crossing the street.
Always watch out for cars. The drivers may not see pedestrians or yield right of way.
Walk against traffic.
- Car Track Painting:
Gather some small shallow containers and put a little paint on each. Drive a car through one container of paint to cover the wheels. Roll the car over a piece of paper. To avoid mixing the colors, assign one car per color of paint. Hold a "car wash" afterwards to remove the paint.
Use the Bb Writing worksheet and for further learning check out the Letter B Activities.
Taking turns writing numbers 0-30 on 3/4" Tracing Paper.
Discuss how Enemy Pie is realistic fiction. Although it could have happened, the events and characters are not true.
• Book of the Week:
- Use this book to discuss friendship, enemies, judging people by their appearance, etc. Also use with Matthew 6:12 the Lord's Prayer.
- Create your own "Friendship" recipe. Let the child come up with the ingredients and amounts.
- View the book read online at http://www.StoryLineOnline.net/
- Make Kansas Dirt Cake - Discuss how what looks like dirt may actually tastes amazing!
1 16 oz package of Oreos
1/2 cup margarine
1 - 8 oz package cream cheese
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 - 3 oz packages instant vanilla pudding
3 cups milk
8 oz cool whip
Crush cookies and put half in a 9x13 pan. Melt margarine and mix with cream cheese. Add powdered sugar and vanilla. Mix well.
Mix well two packages pudding and milk. Pour into cream cheese mixture and then fold in cool whip. Mix well. Put over Oreos. Top with remaining Oreos. Chill
• Pragmatic Activity
Pragmatics is the study of language in a social setting. Included in the 4 Year Curriculum are suggestions to help a child use language appropriately in social situations. Select one or more of the example pages to discuss.
• Fine Motor Skills:
Have your child cut around shapes that you have drawn on construction paper. Draw an oval, rectangle, heart and diamond using thick lines or cut along spiral lines to create a snake .
• Gross Motor Skills:
Play basketball with rolled up socks or a soft ball and a box or laundry basket
• Visual Perception Skill:
This week focus on the Tracking Visual Perception worksheets which help the child begin the process of looking from left to right and top to bottom. Encourage the child to search for the given item as if they would read a book. A child may need to point to each letter/character with his/her finger. Worksheets are available by clicking the links below or in the ABCJLM Visual Perception Workbook available to purchase. These worksheets increase in difficulty. *For extended practice and not included in the Visual Perception Workbook.
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