The Doorbell Rang

Cost: $40.00

Learning tasks included in this curriculum:  early literacy, word recognition, fine motor, pre-writing, problem solving, counting 1-12, addition, subtraction, measureable attributes (more, less, etc.), shapes recognition, introduction to fractions, introduction to graphing, learning games with simple directions.  This story box is excellent for setting a solid foundation in math concepts.

Contents:

BookThe Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins

Early Reading Skills:

The Doorbell Rang—Reading the Story – 2 pages

Children’s names from the story

and  12 brown construction paper cookies

Fine Motor Skills:

Fine Motor Activity page  Cutting activies:  3 pages   *Straight lines to cut   *Curving lines to cut   *Zig Zag lines to cut  Follow the dots cookie—laminated and re-useable  Finding Cookies Maze – laminated and re-useable

Math Skills:

Math Activity page-

*Pizza Pan Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe

*Large Fraction Cookie

Shapes and The Doorbell Rang Folder

*Shapes template to make mini shapes

*Beginning Learner large shapes sorter page –one laminated copy

*Template for making copies for future years of use

*Graph page – one laminated copy

*Template for making copies for future years of use

Counting and Addition Activities page

More Math Activities page

*Cookie page with numbers 1-12  —  2 laminated

*Template for making copies for future years of use

Math Game Board:

*Addition Trail to Reach Cookies – laminated and re-useable.

To the new owner of  CHILDREN’S WORK BOX curriculums:

Welcome!  Let me tell you a little about the The Doorbell Rang curriculum.

Activities for children are measured as beginning learners, intermediate learners, and experienced learners.  Each child learns at their own pace.  By giving them opportunity to learn at the level they are able to understand, children will learn a concept with a positive approach.  They will be eager to learn the next step as you scaffold each activity to fit their ability to learn a more complex concept.

The Doorbell Rang is an excellent book to springboard into many math concepts.  It remained one of my favorite books for learning numbers and how to use numbers.  I have included a wide variety of math concepts and activities to provide children with enjoyable learning experiences that increase school readiness skills.

Children in my classroom enjoyed repeating the story and activities often.  After reading The Doorbell Rang for story time, I would put it in my classroom library for further reading opportunities.  That old saying, “Practice makes perfect” has merit when it comes to reading skills and learning new concepts.  So repeat the story and activities as often as the children are interested.

I hope you find the curriculum easy to use and enjoyable for the children whether in a large classroom setting, a small group of children, or with one child.

If I can be of further services, please feel free to contact me.