Guess What 2

Description

Students will analyze the life cycle by assuming the roles of various plants and animals in the cycle. Students will also use a guessing game and a tableau to dramatize their place in the life cycle. After the students share their tableau, they will write from the point of view of their plant/animal and discuss the changes they went through in the form of poetry.

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Magic Rocks K

Description

Students are divided into groups, one for each habitat: rainforest, desert, and ocean. The teacher gives the students notecards with a picture and name of an animal that they will act out in their small group’s habitat. Students interact with each other in the form of predators, prey, or family within their group’s habitat. After- wards, each group will present their habitat performance to the class. Students can identify the habitat and animal relationships. Next, students will complete a writing activity where they will learn about phonics by crafting animal sounds into onomatopoeia words. The class will create a digital ABC book of animal drawings and recorded animal sounds.

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Moon Phaser 4

Description

Students will study the moon for a period of one month and learn to identify each major phase the moon goes through. They will then describe the moon using gurative language, such as poems, haikus, and similes.

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Senses Of The Seasons 1

Description

Student will do various activities that are based on the ve senses and how they relate to each of the four seasons. They will be recording these activities in a notebook or journal. They will use writing, drawing, and other interactive methods to learn about the topics in question.

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Sounds of Storms 3

Description

Sounds of Storms is an exercise used to teach students about weather, the sounds certain types of weather can make, different musical pitches, how to use a legend, and how to identify the beginning, middle, and end of a story. In this exercise, the students will create their own instrument (rainmaker, wind maker, or a thunder maker) to demonstrate the sounds that storms make. Once completed, the teacher will guide the students through the provided interactive story of Gracie the Goose. Using the legend in the story, the students will use their newly made noise makers at the appropriate times to make Gracie the Goose’s journey come to life! After completing the story, students will be given a booklet with questions according to their learning level to ensure that they understand the lesson.

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