Reaching Contrasts of 10–9 to Image Rocky Exoplanets

Letter D
Words
Dog
Doll
Dragon
Dinosaur
Donut
Dump Truck
Duck
Deer
Doe
Dad
Dolphin
Daisy
Dart
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Desk
Dime
Donkey
Door
Dove
Down
Dot
Days
Desert
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Lacing Cards
Children love lacing cards. You have the
option of printing up color or b & w cards to
color yourself.
You can print up the color lacing cards, cut
out on the dotted line, laminate, and punch
holes around the card using a hole punch.
Give the children lacing strings, yarn or
shoe laces to lace the cards.
The b & w set can also be used as an
additional craft for the children. Give each
child one of the cards, have them color and
cut out. Have an adult punch holes, and
they can lace using the above options of
string.
Lacing strings can be purchased though
http://www.discountschoolsupply.com/
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Print up on white card stock. Color - Cut out on
the dotted line. Punch holes with a hole punch.
Have children lace using lacing string.
D is for
Duck
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Letter D
Lace Up Cards
D is for
Duck
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Print up on white card stock. Cut out on the
dotted line. Laminate. Punch holes with a hole
punch. Have children lace using lacing string.
D is for
Duck
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Letter D
Lace Up Cards
D is for
Duck
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Letter D Poster
Print up on white card stock.
If using the B & W poster - color and
Laminate.
If using the Color poster – laminate.
B & W can also be used as an additional
letter D worksheet for the children.
Doll
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Doll
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Letter D Flashcards
Print up on white card stock.
If using the B & W flashcards - color and
laminate.
If using the Color flashcards – laminate.
You can also use the cards as a Letter D
Ring book.
Punch a hole in the upper left hand corner of
each card after you trim them, and place
together with a ring.
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B ll
Dog
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Dinosaur
B ll
Dad
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Duck
B ll
Dump Truck
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B ll
Dog
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Dinosaur
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Dad
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Duck
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Dump Truck
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Blank
Page
Letter D Worksheets
Print up on regular copy paper.
Use sheets as extra sheets during the letter
of the week or when working on the
Alphabet.
Name _____________________
Dd
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dog
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Name _____________________
Trace and color the letter “D d”
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Name _______________________________
Trace the letters and practice writing on your own.
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Name _________________________
Color the pictures that being with the letter “D”
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I see a dog lying in the daisy’s
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Cut and Paste
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Letter D d - Mini Book
Print up the following sheet onto
white card stock.
Turn over and place back into the
printer and print up the next sheet.
(Fold on the dotted line.
You will have a 1 page – double
sided mini book)
Print up the pictures that begin with
the letter D.
Have children color – cut out and
paste onto the mini book.
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Picture’s that begin with the letter D d.
The Letter
Dd
by
_______________________________
D d
N
D
D
D
S
D
Color each dolphin with a letter D inside
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stock – Use with The letter
D d sheet.
1 set of letter v items per
child. Color – cut out – glue
on the pictures that begin
with the letter d.
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Words That Begin With D Book
Print out the following pages to make a "Words That
Start with D" book, an early reader book for young
readers about the letter D.
There are two rectangular book pages on each
printed page. Have the children cut each page in half
along the dotted line. Staple the pages together at
the left of the page, then read the book, color the
pages, and write the words.
Words That Start
With D
By
Dictionary
_____________________
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Doctor starts with D
Donut starts with D
Deer starts with D
Dolphin starts with D
Dentist starts with D
Desk starts with D
Donkey starts with D
Dinosaur starts with D
Dragon starts with D
Recognizing the Letter “D”
Introduce the letter “D” to the children by
showing them the written word “Donut” and
helping them to see that it begins with a “D”.
Cut a large donut shape out of paper and write
the letter “D” on it. Have the children tear or cut
out magazine pictures beginning with the letter
“D” and then glue the pictures on the donut
shape.
Another idea is to pick up stickers from a local
scrapbook store that start with the letter D.
Dinosaur, Dentist, Doctor, Desk, etc., and have
the children place on the donut.
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Donut
D
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Dinosaur Collage
What You Need:
Contact paper
Brown, Grey or green construction or
tissue paper.
Directions:
Cut the contact paper into the shape
of a dinosaur. Let the children place
construction paper on it.
Cover the dinosaur with another piece of
contact paper and cut to form a dinosaur
collage.
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Dinosaur Pattern
Print up on white
card stock to make
more durable. Use
as a pattern to cut
out dinosaur for a
Dinosaur Collage.
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D d Box
Get a box or container with cover. Label the
container D d Container.
Place items in the D d container that begin
with the letter D.
Donut
Dinosaur
Dog
Dragon
Dime
Doll
Daisy
Dump Truck
Dictionary
Dolphin
Look for small toy items at $1.00 stores that
start with the letter D. Make sure items are not
to small to prevent choking for smaller
children.
Use D d Box container when introducing the
letter D to the children.
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Pictures on a D
Cut out a large letter D for each child (or use
the following sheet), and let them
glue pictures that begin with the letter D.
(You can try looking at a local scrap booking
store or Michaels for stickers of pictures that
begin with the letter D.
(Dinosaur, Dots, Dog, etc).
If you use the following sheet, please print
up on white card stock to make sheet more
durable.
Name Jasmine
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Name ________________
Pictures that start with D
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Tyrannosaurus Rex
(Sung to: “Mary had a Little Lamb”)
Dinosaurs walked on this Earth,
On this Earth, on this Earth.
Dinosaurs walked on this Earth,
A long, long time ago.
Tyrannosaurus Rex was the king,
Was the king, was the king.
Tyrannosaurus Rex was the king,
A long, long time ago.
Tyrannosaurus (child's name) was the king,
Was the king, was the king.
Tyrannosaurus (child's name) was the king,
A long, long time ago.
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Donut Song
(Tune: Turkey in the Straw)
Oh I walked around the corner
And I walked around the block
And I walked right into a donut shop.
And I picked up a donut and I wiped off the
grease,
And I handed the lady a five-cent piece.
Well she looked at the nickle
And she looked at me,
And she said, "Hey kid can't you plainly see?
There's a hole in the nickel,
There's a hole right through!"
And I said, "There's a hole in my donut too!
Thanks for the donut! Good day!"
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Dippy Donut Song
(Sung to: “Baa Baa Black Sheep”)
Yum, yum, Donuts.
Chocolate iced,
Glazed and twisted,
Warm and nice.
Cream filled, Peanuts on the top.
Long John! Jelly! I can't stop!
Better than a sticky roll,
Eat them right down to the hole!
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Doughnuts
Use 1 package refrigerated biscuit dough.
Punch a hole in the middle of each biscuit (a
bottle cap will work).
Fry in 1 inch of hot oil for about 1 minute or until
light brown on both sides (fry the "holes" too).
When cool, shake in a bag of cinnamon mixed
with sugar, brown sugar, or powdered sugar.
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Dinosaur
For this activity you will need a realistic picture
of a dinosaur, chart paper, and a marker. Show
children the picture. Say: "Pretend this dinosaur
just walked into the room. Show me what you
would do”. Ask children to describe how they
would feel. Say: "Let's write a story about the
day the dinosaur came to our class." Have
children dictate sentences for the story and
record them on chart paper. Then read the
story back to the children, tracking the words as
you do so. Read the story a second time,
asking children to point out words that begin
the letter D.
Display the story where children can "read" it
on their own. Suggest that interested students
illustrate it.
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Doughnut Puzzles
Cut large doughnut shapes (one for every two
children) from different colors of construction
paper. Cut each into two puzzle pieces.
Mark one piece with an upper case D and the
other with a lower-case D.
Give each of the children a dough-nut half and
have them note the colors and the letters.
Have the children them walk around to find the
matching halves of their doughnuts.
Have the other halves on the floor or on the
board for the students to match.
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Dogs
Have a picture of a large dog: discuss things
dogs do, parts of a dog, what dogs eat, etc.
Make construction paper headbands and have
the children design the ears they wish to have.
Add pictures of dogs to the band. Get a hold of
a local kennel club and see if they have "trade"
magazines they will be discarding.
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D is for Dominoes
Introduce dominoes to the children. Make a
domino matching game on paper as a learning
game. You have a sheet of paper with drawn
dominos on it. Turn real dominos upside down
and let them find them!
Ducky Walk
Have children pretend to be ducks going on a
walk. As they walk, instead of quacking they
make the D sound.
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D's in the Dirt
Place a layer of dry dirt in a shallow box or pan.
Print the letter D on an index card and attach the
card to the box. Let the children take turns
drawing D's in the dirt with their fingers.
Dot D's
Cut large letter D shapes out of heavy paper. Let
the children decorate their letters by attaching
different colored self-stick dots.
Dragon Puppets
Make dragon puppets out of brown lunch sacks.
Have children cut out ovals and glue all over the
bag. Next they can add eyes, a mouth (with
teeth) and horns! Put these in your dramatic play
area and let your children pretend to be dragons.
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Box Dragon
Make a Chinese New Year dragon from boxes.
Take a cardboard box and cover it with red paper
(to make the head). Next cover a smaller box to
make a snout. Attach to the small box to the
larger one and add eyes (small paper plates),
mouth (complete with teeth, and red streamer
flames). Tape the head to the floor. If you want to
be real creative you can put a tail coming out of
another part of the floor (like the dragon is
coming through the floor)
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DIDDLE, DIDDLE, DUMPLING
Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John,
He went to bed with his stockings on;
One shoe off, and one shoe on,
Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John.
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Dynamite!
Awarded to: _______________________________________
Date: __________________________
I’m so proud of the work you have
done with the letter D.
You recognize the uppercase and
lowercase D.
_________________________
Signed
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Dynamite!
Awarded to: _______________________________________
Date: __________________________
I’m so proud of the work you have done
with the letter D.
You recognize the uppercase and
lowercase D.
_________________________
Signed
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