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Worksheet:  I am His Little Lamb, Drawing Straight Lines
Books: Peek-a Who?, Pat the Bunny, We're Going on a Bear Hunt, That's Not My...
Activity:  Percussion instruments, jumbo crayons, dry erase pocket, dry erase marker



Bible Theme: Jesus is My Shepherd
Lessons: My Shepherd Takes Care of Me, My Shepherd Forgives Me, My Shepherd is Always with Me, My Shepherd Loves Me Forever

Verse: Psalm 23:1 - The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want.
Tune:  Are You Sleeping
The Lord is my Shepherd; (repeat)
I shall not want. (repeat)
The Lord is my Shepherd;
I shall not want.
Psalm 23:1 (repeat)

Bible Song: Jesus Loves Me, Jesus Loves the Little Children, I'm His Little Lamb, Jesus Loves the Little Ones Like Me
Poems: Jack Be Nimble, Jack and Jill

Colors: Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Purple, Brown, Black, Orange
Shapes: Circle, Line, Square, Triangle, Star, Rectangle
Letters : A-V
Numbers: 1-7
Information: First, Middle, and Last Name; Parents' Names
Self-Care: Say "You are Welcome," "Please," and "Thank you"; Brush teeth and hair

Fine Motor Skill:  Writing
Gross Motor Skill:  March


Suggested Activities:

I'm His Little Lamb This week finishes the "I am His Little Lamb" Book.  Color the Little Lamb worksheet and staple or bind all of the pages together to form a book.  Review the Bible stories as you look through the finished book.

• Review all objectives and books covered in the past weeks, and complete any activities that you were unable to finish.

• Fine Motor Skills:
Drawing Straight Lines While holding a pencil correctly, trace vertical lines on Drawing Straight Lines.  If the child does not hold a pencil correctly read some tips.   Help the child place the pencil on the green dot, draw along the yellow, and stop at the red dot.  Say "go" and "stop" when on the corresponding colors. For repeat practice, place the worksheet in a dry erase pocket and use dry erase markers.  Some children will not be ready for this activity and that is okay.  Continue to work on fine motor activities to increase the child's fine motor control.

• Gross Motor Skill :
Drum March around the room as you sing your favorite song or nursery rhyme.  Add percussion instruments:  drums, sticks, maracas, etc. while marching.

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