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Lesson Plan: Life Is A Highway

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Life is a highway Lesson Plans [pic]
Jennifer Perry
Week: April 21-25, 2008
Phonics Focus: digraph tr-/ee vowel digraph
Theme: Earth Day/Recycling/Seeds/Trees/Flowers

*Students will observe changes in painted lady caterpillars and record in observation diary.
*Students will observe changes in beans and record in observation diary.

8:00-8:35 Greet Students. Students will put agendas in the white baskets on the table by the door. Teacher will check for completed homework and any notes from home.
Students will “check in” by moving their magnetic name tag to hot lunch or lunchbox.
Students will finish work from previous day if needed and complete ...view middle of the document...

What day of the week is Jan. 14?)
*recognize place value
*recite alphabet
*identify vowels and consonants
*identify punctuation marks
*recognize and spell color words
*recognize and spell number words
*discuss and graph weather
*identify letters, words, and sentences
*review sight words
*read word wall
*jump/clap etc. syllables

*Name month, point to each month and spell together
*Read poem of the month
*Name yesterday, today, and tomorrow
*Recite the months of the year (Dr. Jean)
*Calendar/Weather helper reports weather to class and records it on tally graph
*Students record weather and date in weather journals
*Recite the days of the week (Dr. Jean)
*Add straw for school day and discuss place value (make trades when necessary)
*Count to 100 together as Calendar Helper points to numbers on chart
*Morning message

TEKS: Math 1C, 2A, 2B, 5, 6B, 9C, 11A, 11C, 14A, 14B
Language Arts 1B, 1C, 2A, 3A, 3C, 5A-G, 6C, 7A, 10A
Social Studies1
Science 5B, 7
Evaluation: Teacher observation/Student participation

8:50-9:20 Math TEKS: 4A, 5A, 6B, 10A
|Monday |Tuesday |Wednesday |Thursday |Friday |

|Objective: Math: Students|Objective: Math: Students |Objective: Math: K 4. The |Objective: Math: K 10D. |Objective: Math: K 2A,B. |
|will sort objects into |will use prior knowledge |student is expected to |Students will (D) compare |Students will (A) use |
|different groups. |to identify objects made |model and create addition |two objects according to |language such as before or|
| |from trees. |and subtraction problems |weight/mass (heavier than,|after to describe relative|
| | |in real situations with |lighter than or equal to).|position in a sequence of |
| | |concrete objects. | |events or objects; and (B)|
| | | | |name the ordinal positions|
| | | | |in a sequence such as |
| | | | |first, second, third, etc.|
|Act: Students collect |Act: Sorting worksheet: |Act: “Planting Seeds” |Act: “Seed sort” WS and/or|Act: Complete “Life Cycle”|
|trash and sort into |“What’s in the trash?” |addition WS. Use seeds as |“Comparing Seeds” WS |WS....

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