Kindergarten Lesson Plans Bobbi Richardson September 8 – 12, 2014



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Kindergarten Lesson Plans

Bobbi Richardson

September 8 – 12, 2014





Morning Exercises

8:00 – 8:45

Reading/Language Arts

8:45 – 9:30 - Whole Group

9:30 – 10:15 - Workstations and small group time


Math


12:45 – 1:45


Science/Social Studies

12:15 – 12:00

Monday

Pledge, Song, Calendar, Restroom
Calendar Concepts:

(math) counting by ones, fives and tens, patterns-days and months, place value;

(science)

Patterns of change – seasons, weather, day/night.



Unit 1- Week 2- Day 1 –We are so Proud

Question of the Week: How Do school children work and play together?

Objectives –TEKS K, 2.D.1. K.23.A.1

Student will: discuss a concept to build oral language, identify upper and lowercase letters, discriminate rhyming words identify high frequency words, identify characters in a story.


Activities:

Concept Talk; Oral Vocabulary –proud,cooperation,float,preparation,creation,guide ; Phonological Awareness –introduce syllables ; Letter recognition –Ff and Gg Handwriting –Ff 7 Gg ; High Frequency Words-I, am;

Read decodable story2; Listening Comprehension –setting

Reading Street

TE pp. 118-119





Interactive Math Story

Count the Eggs”



Objective: Students will read and respond to text, counting the number of objects they see

Activities: Students will complete a take-home book of the “Count the Eggs “ story by coloring and filling in the missing parts of the story by counting.

Guided/Independent Practice: Play an I-spy game using counting. Example: Teacher says “I spy three red chairs” and a student is chosen to find the items.

Closure: students will count items in workstations and respond to word problem prompts in math journals.

Using the 5 Senses

SCI.K.4.B – Uses senses as a tool of observation to identify properties and patterns of organisms, objects and events in the environment.



Activity: Take students to the habitat garden. Students use senses to observe the things in their environment and record 4 things that they can SEE. Use observation sheets and clipboards. Students illustrate then label what they have seen.

Tuesday


Pledge, Song, Calendar, Restroom
Calendar Concepts:

(math) counting by ones, fives and tens, patterns-days and months, place value;

(science)

Patterns of change – seasons, weather, day/night.



Unit 1- Week 2 Day 2–We Are So Proud

Question of the Week: How do school children Work and play together?

Objectives

Student will: discuss a concept to build oral language, identify upper and lowercase letters, discriminate -syllables words identify high frequency words, identify the setting in a story.



Activities:

Concept Talk; Oral Vocabulary –proud preparation ,Phonological Awareness –syllables; Letter recognition –Hh Ii Handwriting –Hh& Ii High Frequency Words-I, am;

Read decodable story 2;Listening Comprehension –Setting

Reading Street

TE pp. 134-137





Unit 4: Compose and Decompose Numbers to 5

Use a variety of manipulatives to help students begin to see parts of number.

Activity: Number Shapes

• Using the number shape for 5, have students place 2 yellow Unifix cubes anywhere on their number shape.

• Ask them how many cubes they need to place onto to their shape to fill it up (3) and then, have students place 3

green Unifix cubes on their number shape.

• Ask students to state how many yellow cubes are on their number shape (2), how many green cubes are on their

number shape (3), and how many cubes in all are on their number shape (5).

Repeat this procedure, allowing students to model other combinations of 5 by placing green and yellow cubes on their

number shape.


Social Studies: All About Me

Objective: Students will identify similarities and differences between them and discover ways that they are unique.
Activity: Read and discuss story “I’m Gonna Like Me” by Jamie Lee Curtis.
Practice: Students will illustrate a page about themselves in their “All About Me” book which will be shared with parents at open house night.

Wednesday

Pledge, Song, Calendar, Restroom
Calendar Concepts:

(math) counting by ones, fives and tens, patterns-days and months, place value;

(science)

Patterns of change – seasons, weather, day/night.



Unit 1 - Week 2- Day 3 –We are So Proud Question of the Week: How do school children work and play together?

Objectives

Student will: discuss a concept to build oral language, identify upper and lowercase letters, discriminate rhyming words identify high frequency words, identify characters in a story and practice retelling.



Activities:

Concept Talk; Oral Vocabulary –cooperation ,creation, Phonological Awareness – rhyming words; Letter recognition –Jj and Kk Handwriting –Jj & Kk High Frequency Words-I am

Read Decodable Reader 2 Listening Comprehension –setting

Reading Street

TE pp. 152-171




Unit 4: Compose and Decompose Numbers to 5

Use a variety of manipulatives to help students begin to see parts of number.

Activity: Using Counters to Represent Numbers

-Provide students with a bag with 30 color tiles of two different colors, 15 of each color. Show students a card with a numeral (i.e., 5) on it and ask them to pull that number of color tiles randomly to represent the number in a variety of

arrangements.

-Teacher will draw/record their arrangements on chart paper.

- Discussion should focus on the various ways students represent 5. Ask students if they can think of any other possible ways to represent 5 (i.e., 4 red and 1 blue, 5 blue, etc.). Build and check possibilities suggested by students to see if they are different than what has already been built. Record all possible ways to represent 5 on chart paper, by drawing

pictures and labeling with numbers.



Using the 5 Senses

SCI.K.4.B – Uses senses as a tool of observation to identify properties and patterns of organisms, objects and events in the environment.


Read aloud book The Listening Walk.

Activity: Take students on a listening walk around campus, inside and out. Students use senses to observe the things in their environment and record at least 4 things that they can HEAR. Use observation sheets and clipboards. Students illustrate then label what they have heard.

Thursday

Pledge, Song, Calendar, Restroom
Calendar Concepts:

(math) counting by ones, fives and tens, patterns-days and months, place value;

(science)

Patterns of change – seasons, weather, day/night.

Unit 1- Week 2 Day 4- We Are So Proud

Question of the Week: How do School children work and play together?

Objectives

Student will: discuss a concept to build oral language, identify upper and lowercase letters, discriminate rhyming words identify high frequency words, identify characters in a story.



Activities:

Concept talk ; Oral Vocabulary –float ,guide Phonological Awareness –syllables words; Letter recognition –Ll &Mm Handwriting –Ll & Mm

High Frequency Words-I, am;

Read Kindergarten Student Reader. 1; Listening Comprehension – setting

Reading Street

TE pp. 178-204





Unit 4: Compose and Decompose Numbers to 5

Use a variety of manipulatives to help students begin to see parts of number.


Activity: Using Five Frame To Represent Numbers
Show students a dot card (i.e. with 3 dots) and ask them to use to colors of counters (or unifix cubes) to represent the

number in a variety of ways.


Draw/ record their findings

In math journal.




Social Studies: All Social Studies: All About Me

Objective: Students will identify similarities and differences between them and discover ways that they are unique.

Activity: Read and discuss non-fiction book “Families”

Practice: Students will illustrate and label pictures of their families for their “All About Me” book..

Friday


Pledge, Song, Calendar, Restroom
Calendar Concepts:

(math) counting by ones, fives and tens, patterns-days and months, place value;

(science)

Patterns of change – seasons, weather, day/night..



Unit 1 - Week 2- Day 5 –We Are So Proud

Question of the Week: How do school children work and play together?

Objectives

Student will: discuss a concept to build oral language, identify upper and lowercase letters, discriminate syllables, identify high frequency words, identify setting in a story and practice retelling.



Activities:

  • Concept wrap-up;


  • Oral Vocabulary –proud, preparation, cooperation, creation, float, guide

  • Phonological Awareness – syllables

  • Letter recognition – Nn

  • Handwriting –Nn,

  • High Frequency Words-I, am

  • Decodable Reader 2

  • Listening Comprehension –setting, retelling.




Unit 4: Compose and Decompose Numbers to 5

Use a variety of manipulatives to help students begin to see parts of number.


Activity: Using Dominos To Represent Numbers
Provide students with dominos and ask them to find different representations of the same numeral i.e. 4.
Students will

find the dominos and draw them in their math journal.

Using the 5 Senses

SCI.K.4.B – Uses senses as a tool of observation to identify properties and patterns of organisms, objects and events in the environment.



Sense of touch:

Activity: Students SILENTLY take turns placing their hands inside of “feely boxes” and use observation sheets to illustrate then label what they felt inside each box.

Afterward, compare the student observations and pull out each item from its box to confirm what was inside.


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