This is a simple look at how we can look different on the outside, yet be the same on the inside. We use this activity around Martin Luther King day after a discussion about prejudice. Materials: one or more brown eggs one or more white eggs a bowl Lesson Plan: Following a discussion with the […]
Experiment with the Native American custom of using a stick to tell stories. Objectives: Have children remember something important they learned in the day. Discuss multicultural themes. Materials: An ordinary stick found in a yard or play ground. (It must be sanded down and pointy parts broken off.) Lesson Plan: Explain to class that Native […]
Students will practice counting to ten and one to one association. Materials: catalogs or magazines, such as Sears, Ltd and J.C. Penney scissors glue large pieces of construction paper of different colors Lesson Plan: Find large numbers in the catalogs or magazines. Use these to glue at the corner or center of each page of […]
The students count to 10 or 20 by making Cheerios necklaces. This is also a good activity for developing fine motor skills. Objectives: To learn to count to 10 (preschool) or 20 (Kindergarten). Materials: Book: The Cheerios Counting Book construction paper squares numbered 1-10 or 1-20 cheerios yarn scissors Lesson Plan: PART 1: Read the […]
Students learn number recognition, following simple rules, and listening skills. Objectives: Number recognition, following simple rules, and listening skills Materials: number cards made out of construction paper tape music tape recorder cheetos (or other edibles) small pieces of paper with numbers matching the number cards a container for small pieces of papers with the numbers […]
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