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Lesson Plans

Re: long range preschool

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Sat, 25 Sep 1999 23:43:29 EDT

Children at this level need to exercise their hands and muscles and CLAY is
the perfect solution. The Crayola Wet-Set stays soft and workable until you
soak in inwater for 3 hours. I would suggest you have them create a face,
"pulling" the nose, poking the eyes, and drawing with tools for other lines
and details. This is what I am doing with my K's to start, so I can check
out the range of abilities. There were some sayiing "I can't!" with regards
to the nose on Friday! Rest assured, they came around, and each child has
their own "blob" on a cardboard square with their name on it and works on it
when they have free time in class. Hope this helps.
<< Long range preschool lesson

>Due to an additional middle school class assignment for second quarter, the
>principal has agreed to not have me teach pre-school and kindergarten for
>that quarter. She told both teachers that I could be used as a resource
>for them at this time for ideas. THe preschool teacher has asked that I
>develop one long term lesson plan that the students could work on during
>those nine weeks, or perhaps 2 long term lessons. Any ideas out there? I
>thought that they could work to create a book of some sort, doing a page
>or two a day, but I haven't developed it any further than that.
>Thank you!
>Lisa >>