April 10-13 Week 30 /g/


Here comes the “guh” sound”. I call this the “baby” sound. Babies say “ga, ga goo, goo”. Please bring the Surprise Bags with an item that begins with “guh”. Suggestions: grapes, golf ball, grass, glasses, goggles, goose, garage, goldfish and gold. Please include 3 clues about the item on a piece of paper (green, round, fruit).


  • Go/stop: Listen to music. Have your child run in place when the music is on and stop when the music stops.       Use the words go and stop.
  • Glad/sad: Make a list of what makes each of you glad. Then make a list of what makes each of you sad.
  • Good/bad: choose a few foods to taste. Make a chart by drawing a line down the middle of the paper. Put a smiley face on 1 side, sad face on the other . Now taste each food. Does it taste good or bad. Mark the side of the paper for each food. At the end, which side had more?
  • Song
    1. The Goldfish  Click Here
    2.  Our song, My Bicycle, is not anywhere to be found for free 🙂

Books to read:

Goldilocks and the 3 Bears

Giggle, Giggle, Quack-by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin Click Here

Grandfather and I-Helen E Buckley

3 Billy Goats Gruff

Good Night, Gorilla by Peggy Rathmann  Click Here

Green Eggs and Ham-Dr. Seuss

Goggles-Ezra Jack Keats

Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd

Activities for home:

  • Roll in the grass-Who can roll the fastest, straightest, slowest?
  • Make grape kabobs with green and purple grapes: Try following a pattern 1 green, 2 red, 1 green 2 red etc.
  • Go golfing or to the putting green
  • Wrap gifts and give them to someone in greater need than your family
  • Make green eggs and ham. Cooking allows for wonderful language opportunities.       Use words like: add, dry/wet, mix together, sweet, salty, hot/cold.
  • Go through the grocery adds and cut out pictures. Then glue them into groups on paper according to the food type (fruit, vegetables, dairy, meats etc) Fun, and an activity that develops categorization skills.
  • Grow your name with grass

Get a small box, line with plastic, fill them with potting soil. Have your child scratch out their name in the soil. Sprinkle grass seeds into the name. Gently cover it with soil and soon you will have their name growing in a garden.

Read, Read, Read with your child

Mrs. Hughes