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During this class preschool age children will hear a fun story. Next, they will be able to create a pumpkin stick puppet and be able to use their puppet during a final reading of the story. The class will give children interaction with reading and access to being a part of the story which grows early reading skills. The repetitive, predictable text, along with puppets to follow along, allows children to participate in the reading and grows their skills. In creating the puppets, they tap into...
Students will learn new words through reading the story with repetitive predictable text. Students will learn to take turns and participate in a group setting, growing their social/emotional skills. Fine motor skills will be used in coloring and gluing/taping. Students will grow their creativity through creating a pumpkin puppet and using it to retell a story.
Items to make a stick puppet precut out circle or pumpkin shape- 2 inches wide crayons or markers tape or glue stick-popcicle, small stick outdoors, unused wooden pencil
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using the 5 little Pumpkins Book(illustrated by Ben Mantle), teacher will read it, no need to purchase it.
Alissa Owle"Adventure is the best way to learn." (unknown)
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Siyo! (she-o) that is hello in Cherokee. My name is Alissa Owle and I am an enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. I have been a Parent Educator with the Reservation School System for 10 years. I complete home visits with...