Core Correlations

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(EC PreK: Social/Emotional: Guideline 1) Objective 4: Expresses self in different roles and olagola.org mediums.

Indicator a: Plays different roles in dramatic free play.

  • Activity 4, Make “applesauce”

  • Activity 4, Smell the Flowers

  • Activity 6, Pretend to be Animals

  • Activity 7, Play peek-a-boo with spring

  • Activity 8, Outdoor Play

  • Activity 9, Tree Costumes

  • Activity 9, Grow from a Seed

  • Activity 10, Act Out a Story

  • Activity 10, Write a Class Book

  • Activity 10, Outdoor Play

  • Activity 10, Play in a Tree House

  • Activity 11, Act like a forest pro

  • Activity 11, Celebrate trees


Indicator b: Accepts and is responsible for jobs or assignments.

  • Activity 10, Act Out a Story


Indicator c: Expresses emotions and feelings through open-ended play, dance, visual arts, and music.

  • Activity 1, Sing with Leaf Shapes

  • Activity 1, Dance with Leaves

  • Activity 1, Sing and Dance with Billy B

  • Activity 1, Decorate Binoculars

  • Activity 4, Imagine your own apple tree

  • Activity 4, Draw with cinnamon sticks

  • Activity 4, Paint with scented paints

  • Activity 5, Pretend to be Dancing Leaves

  • Activity 5, Read a Story and Write a Book

  • Activity 5, Create dried leaf art

  • Activity 5, Experiment with leaf stencils

  • Activity 6, Paint with evergreen paint brushes

  • Activity 6, Outdoor Play

  • Activity 7, Dance around a Maypole

  • Activity 7, Play peek-a-boo with spring

  • Activity 7, Describe spring with onomatopoeias

  • Activity 7, Eat sunshine sandwiches

  • Activity 7, Paint with pussy willows

  • Activity 7, Do art outside

  • Activity 8, Dance the hokey pokey

  • Activity 8, Sing and dance with Billy B

  • Activity 8, Make an “our favorite tree” scrapbook

  • Activity 8, Frame your favorite tree

  • Activity 8, Pound leaf picture

  • Activity 8, Outdoor Play

  • Activity 9, Tree Costumes

  • Activity 9, Sing and Dance with Billy B

  • Activity 9, Grow a Tree

  • Activity 9, Build a Tree

  • Activity 9, Build a “handy” tree mural

  • Activity 9, Make Me a Tree

  • Activity 10, Sing and Dance with Billy B

  • Activity 10, Write a Class Book

  • Activity 10, Make masks to match “Good Night, Owl!”

  • Activity 10, Add Animals to your Tree Mural

  • Activity 10, Make a Tree House

  • Activity 11, Dance around a Tree

  • Activity 11, Decorate a Tree


Indicator d: Express feelings and emotions through language.

  • Activity 3, Featured Experience – Mystery Box

  • Activity 5, Pretend to be Dancing Leaves


Indicator e: Finds ways to share accomplishments with others.

  • Activity 6, Create and share winter stories

  • Activity 8, Frame your favorite tree

  • Activity 9, Grow a Tree

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