Mrs. Scagnelli's Class : April

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                                                                  Lesson Plan for  Week of April 27 - May 1

Practical Life:

Handwashing Activity:

-Use cool water and wet hands, Child will get one squirt of hand soap

Rub hands together, creating friction and lather, for about 30-45 seconds or the time

it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” twice. Rinse hands rub vigorously, take a paper towel and dry hands.

Properly dispose of paper towel

Spooning and Pouring:

-The developmental aim for this activity is order, concentration, coordination

and independence.  The practical aim learning to spoon and pour.

 

Sensorial:

Color Tablets Extension (Gradation)

-Development of chromatic sense

-Visual acuity

-Awareness of shades of color in environment

-Gradation of color tablets, according to shade

 

Language:

Rhyming Activity: (Get an object in your house and think of a word that rhymes with that object.)

-Develops Auditory discrimination

-Enrich Vocabulary

Sounds of the Week: ( “c” and “g”)

-Visual recognition of letters

-To match initial sound with picture

Reading: Caps for Sale

By: Esphyr Slobodkina

 

Math:

 Count and Tally:

-Students will be able to represent numbers with tally marks

Greater than Less than:

-Correctly identify the “greater than” and “less than” symbols

-Use the “greater than “and “less than” symbols in math sentences accurately

Addition Number Line:

-Using the number line strategy to solve addition problems

-To teach students other ways to represent addition problems

 

Science:

Germ Experiment  

Why you need to use soap?

-This experiment is meant to stimulate how soap helps to get rid of germs

-Discuss that germs may be present even if they are not seen

 

Geography:

South America (Rainforest)

-We will discuss the layers of the Rainforest (Forest Floor, Understory, Canopy and Emergent)

-We will discuss animals that live in the Rain forest

Reading: Rain Forests  By: Nancy Smiler Levinson

 

Art:

-Paper Chain Snake

Mrs. Scagnelli reads "Where The Wild Things Are"