Download all unit files zip The unit, Caring About Myself and Others, builds on students' unfolding awareness of both self and others. Week One refines knowledge of the students' physical self as well as the changes that occur as we grow. Throughout the week students transition from self-awareness to an increasingly sensitive awareness of others.
Thank you for your input. Materials and preparation I'm Gonna Like Me: Potato Head with sets with pieces. Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus Learning objectives Students will be able to understand similarities and differences between themselves and peers, write a describing word about themselves, and take part in fine motor activities.
Ask students to describe the children on the cover.
Have three students stand up. Point out things about them that are the same and different. For example, all three children are students, but they all have differently colored hair. Explain to students that today they will be learning about how everyone is different and unique.
Have students point out if they are similar to children in the story or different. Invite them to make each Mr. Potato Head different from each other, much like we are different from our friends.
Independent working time 15 minutes Give students a copy of Write and Draw paper. Ask students to name their favorite thing about themselves. Do an example for the class. Tell the class what your favorite thing is about yourself and write it on the line.
Then, draw a picture above showing this trait. Have students complete this activity. Students will need help writing their describing word.
Write a list of describing words that the students say on the board so they can copy it from there. Have students in need of enrichment write additional words about themselves. They can also help struggling peers with sounding out their describing word.
For students having difficulty copying their describing word from the board, write their word in highlighter and have them trace it with a crayon. Assessment 10 minutes Have students stand up and share their drawing with the class. Have them name something they like about a friend that is different from themselves.
Review and closing Ask students to say what their favorite part of the lesson was today. The Lion and the Rat Guided Lessons are a sequence of interactive digital games, worksheets, and other activities that guide learners through different concepts and skills.
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Guided Lessons are digital games and exercises that keep track of your progress and help you study smarter, step by step. In this lesson, preschoolers focus on the alphabet by learning the letters L, R, and K. Kids are guided through the classic children's story of The Lion and the Rat, with an accompanying curriculum that targets each child's understanding of the unique sounds these letters make.
Seeing the letters in a fun, engaging environment also reinforces the letter recognition skills crucial for early readers. This lesson includes printable activities: Download all 5 Song: The Lion and the Rat Story: The Lion and the Rat Comprehension Game: L, M, N, R Game: Lion and the Rat Puzzle Game:Shared writing about being a good friend, or how to be a good friend Students will trace name with gummed stars – see phonics lesson LK3 Read aloud Leo the Late Bloomer, draw a picture of the main character, draw a picture of themselves, and have them compare and contrast the two orally.
Sep 24, · BOOK: Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus Learning objectives Students will be able to understand similarities and differences between themselves and peers, write a describing word about themselves, and take part in fine motor activities.5/5(2).
by Robert Kraus. Leo couldn't do anything right. He couldn't read. He couldn't write. He couldn't draw. When Leo's father asks what's the matter with Leo, Leo's mother explains that he's simply a late bloomer.
Leo the Late Bloomer is not only an excellent anchor text for teaching comprehension strategies, it also pairs well with a phonics lesson about inflectional endings of verbs.
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