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Duck, Duck, Goose or Swan?
Students study the waterfowl of a wetland. They use Venn diagram to compare and contrast the duck, goose and swan. They research the waterfowl using the Internet. They create a timeline and slideshow of the life of a duck, goose, or swan over the course of a year.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 10 Downloads
Similar to the game duck, duck, goose, assemble your class in a circle. Choose a number range (within ten numbers) begin walking around the circle counting and select a child by tapping her. The child then picks up the counting sequence and continues until you give her the signal to stop and pick the next counter (the child closest to her when she stops).
K Math 11 Views 5 Downloads CCSS: Designed
What's the Main Idea?
By sharing a summary about their favorite book or movie, your young readers can then discuss the main ideas of their beloved stories. The concept transitions to finding the main idea in poetry. Class members use textual clues in various poems to determine the main idea in each.
4th - 5th Language Arts 54 Views 200 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Developing Number Sense with "Baa Baa Black Sheep"
Using the fun Mother Goose nursery rhyme "Baa Baa Black Sheep" and the book Sheep Out to Eat, your Kindergarten class will practice number matching and will also learn facts about sheep. Beforehand, create several laminated sets of of sheep numbered from 1 to 4 and write out on chart paper the full Mother Goose rhyme.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 23 Views 73 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Prepositional phrases are the focus of a instructional activity that asks learners to identify the preposition, the prepositional phrases, and the object of the preposition in each of the provided sentences. In addition, pupils are asked to combine two sentences into one by using a prepositional phrase.
6th - 8th Language Arts 36 Views 76 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
The Little Red Hen
Students review the of "The Little Red Hen," to make sure that they comprehend that the hen's three friends were the cat, the dog, and the goose. They experiment with character vocies. Students are asked how the gossipy goose would sound, then how the vain cat would sound, and finally how the sleepy dog would sound.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 5 Downloads
The Little Red Hen
Young readers access prior knowledge of how wheat becomes bread. Using "The Little Red Hen" story, learners make predictions of the events. Extension activities include singing a song about the story and making a list of ways to help others.
K - 1st Language Arts 14 Views 148 Downloads
Spice Up Your Poetry with Figurative Language
Pupils are introduced to the poetic works of Kechia Williams and the different elements of poetry. They explore figurative language and rhythm. Next, learners read poems from various poets and share with the class one of their favorite poems.
5th - 7th Language Arts 73 Views 735 Downloads
Which Story Matches the Given Theme?
Model for young learners how to determine the theme of a story. Read aloud Aesop’s The Fox and the Stork. Chart the plot and the main idea of the fable, showing class members how these elements support the theme. Fable titles for guided and independent practice are included in a worksheet.
3rd - 6th Language Arts 74 Views 343 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Nursery Rhymes of Great Britain
Students explore the nursery rhymes of Great Britain. In this multicultural education lesson plan, students construct a KWL chart about nursery rhymes and read several Mother Goose rhymes. Students color in pictures about the nursery rhymes.
K - 1st Language Arts 10 Views 16 Downloads
Finding Rhyming Patterns with The Crooked Man
Explore the nursery rhyme "The Crooked Man" in a Mother Goose-themed lesson. Kindergartners read the rhyme, practice writing the letter "I", and recognize the long "i" sound. An excellent addition to your nursery rhyme lesson, or in a lesson about vowels.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 15 Views 32 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Duck, Duck, GOOSE!
Students examine the migratory cycle of Canada geese, and explore the reasons that some birds have stopped migrating and become residents of an area. They identify the ways which geese are considered pests and explore ways to control goose populations.
6th - 10th Science 3 Views 0 Downloads