Who lives in the Everglades is lesson 3 of 3. Students will review some of the animals that live in the Everglades presented in lessons 1 and 2 by looking at an interactive presentation. Students will collaborate with a partner to do a sorting activity of animals that live in Florida and that do not live in Florida.
In this lesson, students will work together to "read" Pancakes for Breakfast, a wordless picture book by Tomie dePaola which shows the sequence of events the main character follows in preparing her own breakfast. Students will identify the story elements in the book based on its illustrations and retell the story by sequencing the important events. They will then create their own wordless picture book depicting their breakfast routine, presenting their routine and illustrations orally using complete sentences.
In this lesson students will participate in reading the books A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink (ATOS 3.3), To Root, to Toot, to Parachute (ATOS 3.7), and Hairy, Scary, Ordinary (ATOS 3.9) and complete a variety of related activities that allow them to learn and practice their knowledge of nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Students will contribute to a class generated grammar chart and at the completion of the lesson they will complete a grammar sort. Students will also publish their own sentence which will include a noun, verb, and adjective, as well as an illustration to provide detail.
"Taking Care of Business" is a Kindergarten level lesson plan that allows students to investigate the world of jobs. In this lesson, the students will read Everybody Works by Shelley Rotner and Ken Kreisler. Then, the students will work together in small groups to show what they have learned. Your superstar students will understand more about jobs, job duties, and job settings by the end of this lesson.
In this resource, students will practice distinguishing between main and secondary characters. Teachers will model using these skills with Sheila Rae, the Brave by Kevin Henkes, and students will conduct guided practice using Jamaica's Find by Juanita Havill. Students will then select a picture book from their class library to draw a picture of the main character doing something from the story, and they will write to explain why this person is the main character. They will also draw a picture of someone who is not the main character. This is the third lesson in a unit about characters. The other lessons are attached as related CPALMS resources.
In this lesson, teachers will use the text Sheila Rae, the Brave by Kevin Henkes to help students practice identifying the actions of a character in a story. After modeling and guided practice activities, students will draw a picture of the character Louise and write an example of one of Louise's actions in the story. This resource is the second of three lessons in a unit about characters. The other lessons are attached as related CPALMS resources.
In this resource, teachers will use the text Lost! by David McPhail to help students practice identifying the physical attributes of a character. After modeling and guided practice activities, students will draw a picture of a character from the book and label the picture with specific physical descriptions. This is the first resource in a unit about character; the other lessons in the unit are attached as related CPALMS resources.
In this resource, students will identify and describe what a book is mainly about using the title, text and pictures. The two featured texts that students will use are informational texts about tigers and ladybugs. This is the first lesson in a three-part unit on identifying main topic. The other lessons in the unit are attached as related resources.
In this lesson, students will identify and describe the problem and solution in a story. The featured text is Bringing Down the Moon by Jonathan Emmett. This resource is the 4th lesson in a four-part unit on plot. The other lessons are attached as related CPALMS resources.
This is the second lesson in a kindergarten unit on plot. Students will identify and describe the problem in a story. The teacher will use My Red Balloon by Eve Bunting in the teacher modeling phase, and Olivia...and the Missing Toy by Ian Falconer in the guided and independent practice activities. Other lessons in this unit have been attached as related CPALMS resources.
In this lesson students will identify and describe the solution in a story. The teacher modeling phase uses the story My Red Balloon by Eve Bunting, and the guided and independent practice activities use the story Olivia...and the Missing Toy by Ian Falconer. This lesson is part of a unit on plot; other lessons in the unit have been attached as related CPALMS resources.
Book Summary: With simple text and beautiful illustrations, Frank Asch captures a young girl's fascination with the sun.
Objective: Children will read common high-frequency words on their own and engage in an art and writing activity to expand language and creative-thinking skills, and relate the story to real-life experiences.