PK.RL.2. With prompting and support, “read” the illustrations in a picture book by describing a character or place depicted, or by telling how a sequence of events unfolds
*Go to Storylineonline.net and listen to Mice Twice
*Describe the different characters in the story. Draw a picture of the different friends in the book. Think about how they are the same. How are they different?
PK.CC.4. Count many kinds of concrete objects and actions up to ten, using one-to-one correspondence, and accurately count as many as seven things in a scattered configuration
*Think about the story Mice Twice. How many different friends were in the book? See if you can count all of them.
Here is a movement exercise for today