WHY IS FOOD IMPORTANT? MAY 18-29
Literacy, phonemic awareness, language instruction and communication:
listens to dialogue about favorite foods.
Identifies and says words with the initial /g/, /h/, /j/, and /k/ sounds.
Talks about different meals during the day and what we eat.
Talk about our favorite food.
Talks about the food in their lunchbox.
Talk about why healthy food is important and which snacks are not good for us.
Adds one to a number.
Identifies and writes missing numbers to 50.
Identifies objects in a set. (more/fewer)
Uses shapes to make other shapes.
Uses words to measure mass.
Exploration and knowing of the world:
Classifies food as spicy or sour, and as sweet or salty.
Counts the number of seeds found in different types of fruit and record findings.
Experiments by cutting open different types of fruit and vegetables and finding symmetrical shapes.
Knows about fruit and vegetables grown in different countries.
Knows about the utensils people from other countries use to eat.
Personal, social, and emotional development:
Knows about sharing food with others and be polite during meals.
Takes care of personal belongings including eating utensils.
Knows that it is important to wsh fruit and vegetables before you eat them, and to wash your hands.
Knows that it is important to eat a healthy school lunch.
Listen to a poem about meals at different times of the day and answer questions.
Identify and say words with the initial /g/, /h/, /j/ sound.
Identify and write missing numbers to 50.
Talk about different meals during the day and what we eat.
Classify food as sweet or salty.
Learn why it is important to be polite during meals.
Use words to measure mass.
Identify objects in a set. (more/fewer)
Talk about healthy food.
Lengua Extranjera -
- Sistema Operativo
-COLORS (MARKERS, CRAYONS)
-WORKBOOK/ STUDENT'S BOOK AND LEARNING LINKER
-NOTEBOOK (ENGLISH HOMEWORK)
-SPEAKER (IF YOU HAVE IT)
Actividades de Clase
Page 151. Listen and match
Mm, soup. Can I have a spoon, please?
Mm, spaghetti. Can I have a fork, please?
Mm, chicken. Can I have a fork, please?
Now I’m thirsty. Can I have a glass of water please?
Page 121 look and say. Then write
Trace the letters and circle the /Hh/ in red.
My lunch is ready.
Make your lunch with all the necessary utensils.
Example: I eat ice cream; I use a spoon.
Page 152. Listen and number.
- Look, this melon is square, that’s weird. Square melons are popular in Japan.
- Look at this fruit; it looks like a star. It’s a star fruit. It is popular in Asia and Latin America.
- Look, this fruit is pink. It is a pitaya and it is from Mexico.
- Look, this carrot is purple. It is popular in Italy.
Draw a picture of a fruit or vegetable.
Page 122: draw what you eat for breakfast.
Draw what you eat for lunch.
Draw your favorite fruit of the activity.
Square melons, star fruit, pitaya, purple carrot.
Page 153. Circle the spoons. Listen and say what the children do after lunch.
Boy: where’s my knife? Here it is!
Boy: where’s my fork? Here it is!
Girl: where’s my spoon? Here it is!
Girl: where’s my glass? Here it is!
Boy: where’s my plate? Here it is!
Boy: now I’ve finished
Boy: I wash my knife
Boy: I wash my fork
Girl: I wash my spoon
Girl: I wash my glass
Boy: I wash my plate
Boy: I put away my knife
Boy: I put away my fork
Girl: I put away my spoon
Girl: I put away my glass
Boy: I put away my plate
Page 123. Number the pictures in order
What do you do first?
I wash my hands.
What do you do next?
Eat with my family.
Number 3: I put away the dishes
Number 4: I take a lollipop like a dessert.
Listen and circle what you like to eat for each meal.
If we want to go fast, we need to eat our breakfast.
Cereal or eggs, an orange or banana, bread or toast.
We munch our lunch so we’re a healthy bunch.
Soup or lettuce, chicken or fish, potato or tomato.
We finish our dinners so we’re winners.
Spaghetti or meat, an apple or carrot, ice cream or candy.
Page 155. Listen. Circle the things that begin with /j/ and trace.
Jump, jet, jacket
Page 124: color the words that start with /j/
Jacket, jell o, juice, jump
Draw a JET on your notebook and try to write the word.
learning linker: page 156. Coun the objects, then color the group with more objects.
How many oranges are there?
How many apples are there?
How many carrots...?
How many lemons...?
How many eggs....?
How many tomatoes...?
write the number.
Learning linker: page 125, complete the patterns and color.
repeat each object.
learning linker page: 157. Listen and check what happens if we eath helthy food.
-Three meals a day.
Five fruits and vegetables.
Every single day.
Help us think and play.
One snack a day.
Helps you play.
Makes you snore.
Think and color the healthy food BLUE
student's book page 158.
look and match the fruits with the correct half and slice.
name the fruits and vegetables, seeds, color.
learning linker page 127
complete te lunchbox and draw in healthy food. Color and name.
student's book page 159
Listen and trace:
1. Carrots are orage but wait! look, that carrot isn't orange! Dirty carrots are bad for your health.
2. What do we have to do? We need to scrub, scrub the carrot to make it clean. Are you ready? let's go: scrub, scrub the carrot, make it nice and clean. Clean carrots are good for you!
3. Eew! That potato's dirty. Dirty potatoes are bad for your health/
So what do we need to do?
We need to scrub the potato.
4. That's right. Are you ready? Let's go! Scrub, scrub the potato, make it nice and clean. Scrub, scrub the potato. That's better, now we have a clean potato. Clean potatoes are good for your health!
Learning linker page 128
circle the healthy food and cross out the unhealthy.
Draw which food you ate today.
Student's book page 161
color and say the /k/ words
Trace the letter with 3 colors
King, kite, kitten, key, kangaroo
learning linker page 129
check the words that start with /k/
kite, key, kangaroo, king, kitten
Trace the letter /k/
Draw a kite and try to write the word
Student's book page 162
Use triangles. Fill in the shapes with triangles.
(press-outs) page 245. Cut and paste
Learning linker page 130
Trace numbers and draw frut.
For the oranges, count 5 by 5's, then count 8
For the bananas count 5 by 5's, then 6
presencia en clases
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Autor: Janeth Sainz
Fecha de publicación : 2020-05-18 00:55:58