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Students work with a clinician during free play to correctly name toys and discuss whey they are their favorites using appropriate emotional vocabulary.
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Joseph Had a Little Overcoat
Spruce up a class reading of the children's book Joseph Had a Little Overcoat by Simms Taback with this fun series of activities. Starting with a list of reading comprehension questions and key vocabulary to address during a teacher read...
Pre-K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
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Students make happy and sad masks to examine their personal emotions, allowing them to verbally express their feelings and learn abstract concepts. They use their masks also to help them categorize their emotions and later chart them.
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No one likes being sick; use Aamir Bermiss' book I Hate To Be Sick as the context for a vocabulary study of illness-related words. Acquaint pupils with this unhealthy vocabulary (dizzy, faint, fever, gag, and sore) before reading aloud,...
K - 3rd English Language Arts
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Students build on emotion describing vocabulary which helps preschoolers to express themselves in both languages and to introduce the concept of contextual clues within natural and literary settings. They create their own masks (happy,...
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