Zoom, Zoom, Zoom Things that Go!!-Preschool Transportation
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Book Bag-vacation book to read withparent. Bring a photo for our vacationalbum of a time you were on vacation toshare with our class. How did you getthere?
STRAND 1: ORAL LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Concept 2:Speaking and Communicating The child uses verbal andnonverbal communication to share ideas for a variety ofpurposes
fast, slow, vehicle, tracks, zoom,traffic, traffic light, airplane, boats,ship, travel, maps, community helpers
STRAND 2: PRE-READING PROCESS Concept5: Vocabulary Development The childunderstands and uses increasingly complexvocabulary.
Visit the Fire Station
Vehicle Celebration Day-Vehicles visit the school UPS,police, mail carrier. Have a riding toy parade withwagons, trikes and big wheels. Pin the wheels on thebus.
Journal-My favortie vehicle/Ilike to travel in a....
Thank you cards for Fire Truck visit-draw apicture of our visit and thank you
In dramatic play are-ticketmaking and signs for busstation
STRAND 2: PRE-READING PROCESSConcept 1: Print Awareness The childknows that print carries messages.
STRAND 3: PRE-WRITING PROCESSConcept 1: Written Expression Thechild uses writing materials tocommunicate ideas.
Maze Table-use blocks to make a maze ontable and cars to find their way out of themaze
Road Map-make streets with maskingtape, add signs, cars and blocks forbuildings.
Bulldozer Table-use wet sand,rocks and vehicles that pickup.
Boats in water-tint waterblue and add boats to table.
Outside Sensory-create a carwash with sponges, riding toysand towels.
Bus Station-set up two rows of chairs,puppet stand for ticket booth, paper,pencil, crayons, clipboards for makingtickets
Boat-bring in appliance box-have studentsdecorate. use small bench for sitting, andbrooms for oars. Add props-life jacket,tackle box, some wooden dowel fishingpoles.
STRAND 3: DRAMATIC PLAY Concept 1:Creating Dramatic Play The child usesdramatic play and props to explore andcreate.a. Participates in dramatic playactivities. b. Assumes roles from dailyactivities using a variety of props
STRAND 3: DRAMATIC PLAY Concept 2: Dramatic Playin Context The child uses dramatic play as he/shebegins to make sense of his/her environment andcommunity.
Painting with Wheels-use small toy cars topaint tracks on construction paper-extend thisto use large outside sand toy cars on butcherpaper
STRAND 1 – VISUAL ART Concept 1: Creating ArtThe child uses a wide variety of materials, media,tools, techniques and processes to explore andcreate.b. Uses a variety of tools to createoriginal works of art (i.e. cotton swabs,small/large brushes, drinking straws, sponges,sticks, fly swatters, stamps, fingers, scissors,plastic needles, rollers, and stapler
Buses-make with cardboard egg cartonspainted yellow and add popsicle stick withchild's picture glued to the top.
STRAND 1 – VISUAL ART Concept 1: Creating ArtThe child uses a wide variety of materials, media,tools, techniques and processes to explore andcreate.
Creates a city with roads using various materials-paper, rocks,yarn,cardboard, fabric, paint.
STRAND 1 – VISUAL ART Concept 1: Creating ArtThe child uses a wide variety of materials, media,tools, techniques and processes to explore andcreate.a. Uses a variety of materials/media tocreate original works of art (i.e. paper, rocks,sand, clay, plaster, fabric, fiber, salt, dough,crayons, markers, paint, chalk, charcoal, pencils,glue, and cardboard).
Choo, Choo, Soul-train songs
Wheels on the Bus
STRAND 2: MUSIC AND CREATIVE MOVEMENT Concept 1:Creating Music and Movement The child uses a widevariety of instruments, techniques and music to exploreand create.c. Sings/moves to familiar rhymes, songs,and/or chants. d. Uses familiar songs, rhymes or chantsto create her own musical/movement improvisations.
Karen Henley Songs-trafficlight song
STRAND 3: SAFETY Concept 1: Safety,Injury Prevention Child demonstratesknowledge of personal safety practices androutines.b. Demonstrates Street SafetyPractices • Crossing street • Car safety
The Good Night Train
The Wheels of The Bus
STRAND 1: ORAL LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENTConcept 1: Listening and Understanding The childlistens with understanding to directions, stories,and conversations.
STRAND 2: PRE-READING PROCESS Concept6: Comprehending Stories The child shows aninterest in books and comprehends storiesread aloud.
Row, Row, Row Your Boat-IzaTrapani
Sorting Vehicles by Type-have each child bring in a toyvehicle, pile them up in middle of room for a Traffic Jamand then sort them out into groups:cars, planes, trains,boats, others
STRAND 1: NUMBER SENSE AND OPERATIONSConcept 1: Number Sense The child uses numbersand counting as a means to determine quantity andsolve problems.
High Flying Math-students use woodairplanes to measure flying distant and makecomparisons. Use yarn to measure thedistant.
STRAND 4: GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENTConcept 2: Measurement The child usesmeasurement to make and describe comparisons inthe environment.
Graph favorite vehicle usingfloor graph
STRAND 2: DATA ANALYSIS* Concept 1:Data Collection and Organization The childcollects, organizes, and displays relevantdata.
STRAND 2: DATA ANALYSIS* Concept 2: DataAnalysis* The child uses data to seerelationships and make sense of theenvironment.
Compare vehicles todayto vehicles in the past
STRAND 1: AMERICAN HISTORY Concept 1: Research Skills The childdemonstrates an understanding that information can be obtained froma variety of sources to answer questions about one’s life. b. Childrelates past events with current events or activities.
Community Helpers-police,firefighters, mailcarrier,etc
STRAND 2: WORLD HISTORY Concept 1: Diversity (ContemporaryWorld ) The child recognizes that he lives in a place with many people,and that there are people and events in other parts of the world. d.Child describes some characteristics (e.g. clothing, food, jobs) of thepeople in his/her community.
STRAND 5: ECONOMICS Concept 1: Foundations ofEconomics The child demonstrates knowledge ofthe interactions between people, resources, andregions.c. Child recognizes that people rely onothers for goods and services such as farm goods,mail delivery, safety or health care
Land, Air and Water-sortingvehicles on flannel board
STRAND 4: GEOGRAPHY Concept 1: TheWorld in Spatial Terms The childdemonstrates an awareness of locationand spatial relationships.c. Child describessome physical features (e.g. bodies ofwater, mountains, weather) of theenvironment in which he/she lives.
Making Ramps-Make several ramps ofdifferent heights for children to play with.Investigate which cars will go faster.
Tracks A Wheel Makes-Let children drive cars throughseveral different substances(water, paint, mud, shavingcream, silly putty, etc.) Talk to them about the differentracks that is made in each substance.
STRAND 1: INQUIRY Concept 2:Investigation (Scientific Testing) The childtests predictions through exploration andexperimentation.
STRAND 1: INQUIRY Concept 3: Analysis andConclusions The child forms conclusionsabout his/her observations andexperimentations.
What Sank the Boat?-exploring theconcept of sink and float.
STRAND 1: INQUIRY Concept 4:Communication The child describes, discussesor presents predictions, explanations andgeneralizations.