Adventures in Tutoring

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Located in Spanish Fork, UT

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Friday, September 21, 2012

Letter Cc Activities

This week we are focusing on the Letter Cc, number 3, shape triangle, and color yellow. The theme will carry over from the previous week about friendship/sharing.

Letter C Books:
  • Chicka Chicka Boom Boom - By:Bill Martin
  • Caps for Sale - By:Esphyr Slobodkina
  • Clickety Clack - By:Rob & Amy Spence
  • Charlie the Caterpillar - By: Dom Deluise (also great for friendship)
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar - By: Eric Carle
  • Curious George Goes Camping - By: Margret & H.A. Rey
  • Cars Storybook Collection - By: Disney Pixar
Books on Friendship/Sharing:


  • Chrysanthemum - By: Kevin Henkes
  • Enemy Pie - Derek Munson
  • Big Al - By: Andrew Clements
  • The Crayon Box that Talked - By: Shane Derolf and Michael Letzig
  • The Rainbow Fish - By: Marcus Pfister
  • Chester's Way - By: Kevin Henkes
  • A Rainbow of Friends - By: P.K. Hallinan
  • Friends - By: Helme Heine
  • That's What a Friend Is - By: P.K. Hallinan
  • Amigo Means Friend - By Louise Everett
  • Eight Animals Bake a Cake - By: Susan Middleton Elya
  • Just My Friend and Me - By: Mercer Mayer
  • How to Lose All Your Friends - By: Nancy Carlson
  • It's Okay to Be Different - By: Todd Parr
  • We are Best Friends - By: Aliki
  • I Can Share - By: Karen Katz
  • Sharing: How Kindness Grows - By: Fran Shaw
  • Sometimes I Share - By: Carol Nicklaus
Art:
  • After reading Charlie the Caterpillar or the Very Hungry Caterpillar create your own caterpillar out of an egg carton. You will need egg cartons, pipe cleaners, and googly eyes.

Letter of the Week Books:
Snack:
  • Read Enemy Pie then make your own Enemy Pie - Enemy Pie is a book about a boy that thinks he has an enemy so he wants to make him go away. His dad tells him that if he can make "Enemy Pie" which is gross and disgusting and will make your enemy go away. The only way the pie will work is if you spend an entire day with your enemy. In the end the boys get to know each other and become best friends. When they sit down to eat the pie it is delicious.
  • Making Enemy Pie - Use crushed Oreos for the dirt, Chocolate pudding for mud, Gummy Worms, Candy Rocks, Whoppers for animal droppings, etc.
  • I have the kids play together and when they are done they get to eat the enemy pie.

Motor:
  • Try to drop clothespins into a can while standing

Math:
Cars Matching Activity
 


Caterpillar Measurement - Letter C Activity

2 comments:

  1. I know the kids love Cars! I hope they enjoy the Cars memory game.

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