1(a). Introductory Activities
turn mix master on to medium
use magnets – build with magnet shapes
make muffins with margarine and molasses
menu of other foods:
make milk shakes with mixer
make macaroni necklaces & bracelets
make macaroni pictures (collages)
wear mittens and mask
1(b). Gym Activities
move like a mouse
march to music
move like a monster
spin like a motor
one in middle of circle *Refer to Chapter 2, “Martha Mat”
mail man’s route
on mats and under mats
2. Stories Songs Records and Poems
Mickey Mouse March
Little Miss Muffet
If the string falls off the balloon,
It will go up — up to the moon.
Billy has two playful kittens,
Billy also has two mittens.
All was quiet all over the house
The only one up was a little grey mouse.
One, two, three,
Look at me!
I bought some candy at the store,
I ate it all and still want more.
My frisky, fuzzy, furry cat,
Is sound asleep upon the mat.
I’m shiny and black, my number is ten,
I carry to work women and men.
My little brown shoes were terribly tight,
They pinched and squeezed with all their might.
Go to church on Sunday,
Then to school on Monday.
Daddy took me to a carnival ground,
We had such fun on the merry-go-round.
Our baby has very tiny feet,
His toes and his shoes do not meet.
Gay Mr. Squirrel high up in the tree,
How would you like to change places with me?
If you want to buy some honey,
You must give the man some money.
Robin in the cherry tree,
Please leave some for me.
Every night our little cat
Falls asleep on the tiny mat.
Margaret, Mary, Melinda and May
Four merry maids came out to play;
“Good morning”, said Margaret,
“Good morning”, said May,
Melinda and Mary just ran away.
3. M Table
muffin tins magazines
4. Book For Children To Make
cover – row of m space m etc.
5. Common Word List
6. Words for Substitution
cold mold get met just must at mat
cat mat he me kind mind all mall
day may had mad let met an man
dad mad house mouse night might ask mask
Follow activities for 7,8,9,10 and 11 as suggested under letter “B”.
Substitute “m” and words beginning with “m” where appropriate.