Inca head Start Lesson Plan Week of: Teacher: Study: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Investigation



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INCA Head Start Lesson Plan


Week of: Teacher:

Study: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Investigation: 1.What do people throw away? (Monday-Wednesday) 2. Where does trash go? What do workers do there? (Thursday-Friday

Large

Group

Choice Time

Small Group

Read

Aloud

Large Group


Round up

Zoo

Phonics

Weekly


Activities

Learning Center Materials

Monday:pg28 Calendar/Helpers

MM67, “Let’s Stick Together”

Gather a bag of selected classroom trash. Invite children to predict what will be in the sack.

Wear gloves discuss the importance


Sort trash into plastic, metal, and paper.

Children can glue the sorted items to make a display.

Story Problem or Bowling Math M22, “Story Problem”


Something from Nothing

Recall the day’s events

Invite children who made trash displays to share their work.

Remind children to interview their families about what they throw away. Invite them o draw or photograph the contents of the family trash can.


Pick activity

Mental Health:

Pick activity



Art/Writing:

junk collection; poster board, cardboard, or heavy paper; glue


Computer:

Internet access

eBook Sam Helps Recycle

Blocks:
Dramatic Play:
Library/Listening:

Books about trash, garbage, and recycling

Environmental print from junk collection.
Manipulatives:

Bowling pins made from plastic bottles partially filled with sand or rocks and softball


Sand & Water:
Math/Science:

Junk collection

Items that can be taken apart and screw drivers
Music:
Outside:

Bury outdoors a piece of organic garbage, such as an apple core or a banana peel. Pay attention to where you bury it because you’ll digging it up later in the study when talking about composting.

P20, “Body Shapes & sizes”


Tuesday: pg30 Calendar/Helpers

MM43, “Bouncing Big Brown Balls” Try trash can version.

Show photos of trash cans at home and talk about what’s in them. Recall family interviews.

Make a list of “What’s in our trash at home”

Compare trash found at home and in the classroom



Identify and sort the environmental print.

M14, “Patterns” or M35, “Action Patterns”


Read I stink!

Recall the day’s events

Invite children who helped create the word wall in the library are to read the words on the display.



Pick activity

Humanities:

Pick activity



Wednesday: pg32 Calendar/Helpers

MM36, “Body Pattern”

Walk around the school looking in trash cans.

Talk about what trash you may find, and why it is important to not touch trash with our bare hands


Bowling game

LL03, Alphabet Cards” or LL15, “Textured Letters”

Radio Man

BD11

Recall the day’s events

Invite children to share the observational drawing that they created on their walk around the school today.



Pick activity

Social Studies:

Pick activity



Thursday: pg36 Calendar/Helpers

MM63, “Going on a Journey”

Talk about what happens to the trash after we put it in the trash can. Ask the children how they can find out. Record responses.

Have children draw a picture of where they think the trash goes.


Use computer to find answers to what happens to the trash.

LL11, “Rhyming Riddles” or LL10, Rhyming chart”


Sam Helps Recycle

Recall the day’s events

Invite children to share what they discovered on their internet search.

Tell children that a school custodian, or other school worker who handles the trash, will be coming to class tomorrow.

Invite children to generate questions.



Pick activity

Healthy/Safety:

Pick activity



Friday: pg38Calendar/Helpers

MM70, “The Kids Go Marching In”

Introduce the school custodian, or other school worker, who handles trash.

Invite the children to ask their questions.

Ask visitor if the class can follow them while they take the trash out?


M62, “How Big Around?” or M32, Which Container Holds more?”

Radio Man

BD11

Recall the day’s events

Talk about the path taken to take the trash out.

Tell the children about the sanitation work coming to visit next week.

Invite children to generate questions.



Pick activity

Nutrition:

Pick activity



Daily Transition:

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Daily Literacy: (Words of the Week)

Monthly Cooking (Food) Activity:



Music:

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Color:

Number:

Shape:

Rhyme:

INCA Head Start Lesson Plan

Week of: Teacher:

Study: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Investigation: 1.What do people throw away? (Monday-Wednesday) 2. Where does trash go? What do workers do there? (Thursday-Friday


Individual Help:


Material Sent Home:

(e.g. Zoo-phonics activity worksheets, newsletters)



Parent Suggestive Activities: (Activity & Signature)


Family Partnerships:

Pleae discuss with your children what things your family typically throws away. We have asked children to bring in various kinds of trash (Such as an empty carton or leftover wrapping paper) that we can use to create something useful. We also would like families to bring in a piece of trash with the recycling symbol on it also, please access the eBook Sam Helps Recycle.


Wow! Experiences:

Wednesday-A walk around the school to investigate trash cans in different areas, e.g. the kitchen, classroom and office.



Friday-An interview with the school custodian and tour of the path that the trash take through the school.


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