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Tuesday Draw stickmen (straight line figures) showing action. See how many things you can make them do. Wednesday Begina "Mother Goose" booklet. Make the book and from an outlined picture cut
“Mother Goose” and paste on the outside cover. Thursday Paper cutting of "Jack and Jill.” Paste in booklet.
Friday Paper cutting of "Jack be Nimble.” *Mount.
Monday Paiat cat-tails in black.
Freehand cutting in black. Indian tepees and canoes. Friday Cut in black a kettle fastened to three sticks.
Monday Paper cutting of “Bo-Peep.” Mount. Tuesday Paper cutting, "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Wednesday Paper cutting, “Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son.'
Thursday Paper cutting, “The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe.”
Friday Paper cutting, "Little Jack Horner.”
Monday Paint a leafless tree in black.
Tuesday Repeat. Be careful in joining the branches.
Pupils make three copies of the pattern. Thursday Water wash the above patterns, then drop in the bright colors so they will blend.
Friday Repeat stained glass windows.
Monday Paper cutting, “Boy Blue.”
Wednesday With lentils pupils make a house, ladder and wagon on the desks, following a pattern on the blackboard.
Thursday With clay, model a pumpkin and a squash.
Friday Let each pupil outline his or her name, which has been written on the desk by the teacher.
Monday Teach a November rote song.
Thursday in the above song are there any phrases repeated? Which are they?
Sing the words for the first time the phrase is used.
Sing the words for the repeated phrase.
Teacher sing the first phrase, pupils the second, etc.
light blue sky, with strokes going from left to right.
become lighter and lighter.
with the red, going over the blue so a soft violet
effect will be produced. From the skyline down paint with brown, to represent
a brown field. Tuesday Repeat above, only have the sky of yellow and red.
Wednesday Repeat above, adding a leafless tree to the left of the picture.
Thursday In pencil, draw a running stickman. (Straight line figure)
Friday Repeat stickman.
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Practice figure 9 and arrange in the same way. Wednesday Practice ovals.
Review figures 0 and 9. Thursday Practice up and down lines, finishing with
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Write ten letter l's on a line.
Teach the children to match these cards, i.e., place all
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Monday “The Little Red Hen."
Friday Reproduce above.
Monday Dramatize above story.
Friday Each child select a favorite story to retell.
Monday “The Discontented Pine Tree."
Monday Language game to teach the correct use of “May I."
Give to a number of pupils each a different article. Leader May I take your pencil, Tom? Tom Yes, Helen, you may take my pencil.
Tuesday Sentence making. Teacher or a leader ask questions. Pupils answer, making complete statements.
Wednesday Teach correct use of "bring" and "brought."
Thursday Conversation lesson on the origin of Thanksgiving
Friday A written lesson on the above subject on the blackboard by the teacher, pupils giving the sentences.
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Monday “The Hen that Laid Golden Eggs.”
Monday Teach the correct use of “take," "took," and “taken."
Tuesday Memorize a Thanksgiving poem.
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Discuss the plan of a village.
How many ways do you know of preparing rice for the Wednesday What usually influenced the development of
table? a certain part of the country? (Soil, shipping facilities, What climate is best suited to the raising of rice? timber, etc.)
What kind of soil is best for rice growing? Thursday What public buildings are the first to be Do we raise any rice in this country? Where? erected in a town or village? Why?
Are there many varieties of rice? Friday Discuss your locality as to soil, shipping facilities, Wednesday What do the rice plants look like? timber, mining prospects, etc.
Is it easy work planting the rice sprouts? (No, for the
planters have to wade in water and set the sprouts SECOND WEEK
deep in the mud.) Begin the study of industries.
Rice must be kept flooded the greater part of the time, Farining.
until it matures. Do you think farming is a regular industry? Why?
How is the rice field irrigated? Is it as important as manufacturing?
Thursday Describe the cultivation of rice. Why do you think so?
How does a field of ripened rice look? (Rich golden Is farming hard or easy work?
yellow.) When is a farmer's work finished?
How are the birds frightened away from the rice fields? Must he work all the year round?
Friday How is rice harvested? Does he need any help?
How are the husks removed? What must a farmer know in order to be successful?
Why is rice polished for the market? (He must have a thorough knowledge of soils and must
How is it prepared for shipment? be able to tell of what kind of soil his farm is composed,
What is made from rice? (Starch.) what his soil needs for various crops, etc. He must have
Are the rice husks of any value? a certain amount of knowledge about stock raising, dairying,
Is rice a valuable food? poultry raising, gardening, etc.)
SECOND WEEK THIRD WEEK
Monday What is leather?
What do we wear which is made of leather?
What kinds of leather do you know about?
Are there any people now who wear skins or leather What is 'seeding? How is it done?
garments? What crops are planted first? Why?
Do you know how leather is manufactured? What crops need cool weather in order to grow best?
Tuesday What animals furnish the leather for the soles
of our shoes? What crops need hot weather in order to grow best? Does the farmer have any work to do after all his crops
The uppers? Our gloves? Saddles? Shoestrings?
Belts? Traveling bags? Pocket-books? Whips? are in? Does he allow the weeds to grow?
Wednesday A visit to a tannery — real, if possible, Does the soil need any attention after the crops are in?
imaginary, if necessary, Why? What is done?
From what part of the skin is leather made? (The What is hay?
inner or true skin). How and when is the hay crop gathered?
Is a tannery a pleasant smelling place? Why not? What kinds of hay are there? Which is best?
What baths are given to skins, and why? How is hay stored? How is it prepared for shipment?
How is the tanning done? Did you ever see hay baled? How is it done?
Thursday Write a composition on Leather. How is hay sold? What is the present price of hay?
Friday Begin the study of poultry.
What is poultry?
Name as many kinds as you can. FOURTH WEEK
Why is poultry raised? Tell all about the summer work of the farmer.
How many of you have chickens? What is threshing. How is it done?
Do you know what kinds they are? Compare the present method of threshing with that of Describe the various kinds
have. early times.
Did you ever see a crew of men threshing? Do they THIRD WEEK divide the work? How?
Monday How many have ducks, geese, or turkeys? Does each man have his own special work to do? Why? Compare chickens and ducks. What kinds of grain are threshed?
Are all ducks the same? What becomes of the straw? What is it used for?
Tell some things a chicken can do that a duck can not. What kind of machinery is used in threshing?
Tell some things a duck can do that a chicken can not.
Tuesday Does poultry raising require any care?
How must the chicken coops be kept?
The nests? FIRST WEEK
What food does poultry require? Drink? Monday How are the trees preparing for winter?
Do hens, ducks, geese and turkeys have teeth? Ears? What becomes of the leaves?
Wednesday What is the value of poultry? Are these fallen leaves of any value?
From what kind of poultry do we obtain feathers for Bring a twig from some tree growing in your neighbor
pillows? hood, for study.
Which kind of poultry commands the best price in the Note the leaf buds. How are they covered and pro
Which kind of poultry is hardest to raise? Easiest? What will happen in the spring?
Is poultry in great demand at this season? Why? Tuesday Special study of rice.
Thursday Tell how poultry is hatched? What people are fond of rice?
How are the eggs cared for prior to hatching? Do you like rice?
Did you ever see an incubator? Describe one.