Pre-K – NOVEMBER
English Language Arts
Reading and Literature
¨ Listen to a wide variety of age appropriate literature
¨ Develop familiarity with the forms of alphabet
letters, awareness of print, and letter forms.
¨ Use concrete objects to solve simple addition and
subtraction problems using comparative language
(more than, fewer than, same number of).
¨ Observe and manipulate concrete examples of
whole and half.
Science & Technology/Engineering
Earth and Space Sciences
¨ Compare and contrast natural materials such as
water, rocks, soil, and living organisms using
¨ Explore and discuss what air is or does (air takes up
space inside bubbles and beach balls; air can
move things; air can support things such as
parachutes and kites).
History and Social Science
¨ Engage in activities that build understanding of
words for location and direction.
¨ Construct and describe simple maps of their
¨ Alternate the left and right sides of the body and
cross the midline of the body.
¨ Build upper body strength and stability to gain
controlled movement of shoulders.
¨ Strengthen hand grasp and flexibility
Movement & Dance
¨ Develop audience skills by observing performances
or artists at work in various aspects of the Arts.
¨ Sing a variety of songs within children*s vocal range,
Independently and with others. Sing expressively.