Mrs. Scagnelli's Class : May

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LESSON PLAN FOR WEEK OF MAY 11th - May 15th

Practical Life:

Pouring Water 1:2

Developmental Aims:

-Concentration, Coordination, Order, and Independence

Practical Aim:

-Learning to Pour

-Learning Spatial relationship

-Learning size and volume constancy

Using Tongs:

Developmental Aims:

-Concentration, Coordination, Order, and Independence

Practical Aim:

-Learning to squeeze using three finger grasp

Floor Sweeping:

Developmental Aim:

-Concentration, Coordination, Order, and Independence

Practical Aim:

-Learning to sweep, learning to grasp with entire hand.

 

Sensorial:

  Indoor Scavenger Hunt:

-Scavenger Hunts allow kids to practice problem solving in a tangible way.

It helps to reinforce and act out methods they have been taught by parents or

Teachers in a physical way, leading to increased retention of the lessons.

Binomial Cube Extension:

Developmental Aims:

-Order, Sense of logical sequence, awareness of relationship between forms, spatial orientation, and preparation for mat

-Building a two-layer cube, according to size relationships of its parts

 

Language:

Paper Bag Name Activity:

 This name lesson is great for teaching kids to practice spelling and recognizing their names.

 Sounds of the Week: (“h” and “k”)

-Visual recognition of letters

-Match initial sound with picture

Sight Word Activity:

Developmental Aim:

-Sight Words, are commonly used words that young children are encouraged to memorize as a whole

by sight, so that they can automatically recognize these words in print without having to use any

strategies to decode.

Reading:

If you give a mouse a cookie

By: Laura Numeroff

 

Math:

Tracing Numbers 1-10

 Montessori Bead 1-10

-Recognizing numbers 1-10

-Matching numbers with corresponding numbers

Teen Beads 11-19

-Preparation for Counting to higher numbers

-Awareness of the sequence of higher numbers

-Learning names of numbers 11-19

-Association of number and numeral, 11-19

 

Science:

Living and Non- Living

- Students will be able to compare living and nonliving things

-Students will be able to identify characteristics of living and nonliving things

Questions:

What is alive?

What isn’t alive?

 

Geography:

Europe

-Locating Europe on the map

-Landmarks of European Countries

 

Art:

Mozart for Children

Mrs. Scagnelli reads "Where The Wild Things Are"