These lessons are presented with fairly specific instructions, for the most part, but should not be understood as carved-in-stone methods.
Some children love coloring pages others do not. If you have children in your daycare that love to color then you may want to click the link above to go over to the ABC coloring page to download these for free to share with the children in your daycare.
Coloring pages are a fine motor activity. It teaches children to color inside the lines. Encourage the children to sit together or near each other as they are coloring, ask the children if they know which letter they are coloring and what color they are using.
For those children that do not like coloring pages, offer them some plain paper, markers or crayons and let them use their imagination. The key point is to try and be flexible, not every child is going to like the same things. Try to think how you can offer them something similar but a bit different to make it more enjoyable for them.
During the month of September the children will be learning the letters A D Above is a pre reading activity where the children will color the letter B coloring page.
The children can put stickers onto the circles onto the page which is also a fine motor activity, younger toddlers may not be able to put the circle stickers onto the circles on the page but they can still have fun sticking the circle stickers onto the page. In our toddler curriculum children will be using glue, crayons, play dough and paint which are great sensory and fine motor activites which are included in our lesson plans.
Sometimes the children will be using rice in a sandbox or planting fake flowers outside or sticking toilet paper rolls into holes in a box.
We try to recycle items such as milk cartons, toilet paper tubes, paper towel rolls, plastic jar covers and egg cartons. Once these items become too worn out to use you can place them into your recycle bin. This printable game is a fun activity that will help to teach the toddlers their letters that they will be learning in September.
Toddlers love matching the alphabet letter game pieces to the game board. You may want to attach a small piece of velcro to the cards so they will stick to the game board and then watch the fun begin. Younger toddlers will just have attaching the game cards to the game boards and pulling them on and off the velcro, while older toddlers will actually learn to match up the animal letter cards to the correct locations on the game board.
They can also match up the animals instead of matching up the letters.
This book is available in our October curriculum during "pumpkin week". This is a cute story about a mouse who needs a house, after purchase you can print out the story and read it to the children. This is a fun activity to help teach toddlers their colors. Teacher will place all the pom—pom into a small cloth bag and have the children take turns picking one pom—pom from the bag and see if they can tell you which color they are holding, then have them match the pom—pom to the bat by color, have them place the pom—pom into the bowl that is the same color as the pom—pom they are holding.Three page storytelling lesson plan for younger students and one page storytelling lesson plan outline for older students.
There are two outlines included in this lesson. The first is a three-page tutorial for younger students. Jul 11, · How to Make a Lesson Plan. Making an effective lesson plans takes time, diligence, and an understanding of your students' goals and abilities.
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Note: This lesson plan structure may be used with any novel that has power or another facet of human relationships (compassion, jealousy, etc.) as a theme.
Students examine the theme of power and powerlessness—and related themes–in Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye.”. Lesson Plan. Activity Plan Word Play. Write your line on a piece of paper. 4. Ask the child next to you to add the next line to the poem, reminding him that he can be as silly as he wants and can make up words.
Have children take turns adding lines to the poem, writing down each line. When everyone has shared a line, read the poem aloud.