(Dinosaur-Themed) Parts of Speech With Dino Mad Lib Word Game, Craft, & a Song
A One-Time dinosaur-themed class learning/reviewing parts of speech with a dinosaur presentation & song about all eight parts of speech. Students then participate in a dino Mad Lib word game, and a pipe cleaner dinosaur craft (Apatosaurus).
April Hutcheson (Ms. April)
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Are you ready to laugh, learn, and create all at the same time? A One-Time dinosaur-themed class reviewing parts of speech. Listen to a fun song about them. What kind of dinosaur are you? Participate in a Mad Lib word game to find out. Follow with a dino craft, creating an Apatosaurus dinosaur with pipe-cleaners in any color desired. We will connect learning grammar with laughter, games, art, and music related to dinosaurs. Learners are really beginning to learn about parts of speech in...
This class is taught in English.
* Students will practice and identify basic parts of speech through review by verbally talking about definitions and examples of the 8 parts of speech, then using that list in a Mad Lib. * Students will experiment with word substitution by completing a Mad Lib as a class. * Students will increase hand dexterity by learning how to manipulate pipe-cleaners, creating dinosaurs that are three-dimensional. *Students will use music to help them understand how parts of speech are used in a sentence.
* pipe cleaners- 12" 1 color (learner's choice) need about 8-10 of them A package of a single color can be around 1.00 * some tissue, some type of paper, or cotton balls * for eyes - small black beads, small googly eyes, puffy paint, or even a permanent marker * white glue if using beads or googly eyes *I strongly suggest hot glue (parental guidance) Only needs a couple of dabs but it does help the beginning of the dino from unwrapping. It can be done with just tucking, but it’s harder for the littlest ones to tuck. A parent might have to handle the hot glue if you choose to do it.
I informally watch as they complete activities. If I see they are having a lot of trouble, I will make sure you know about it after class.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance- use of scissors and glue, especially hot glue if you choose to use it. Parental guidance - This is a youtube video with the song we will watch in class. Your child will not have access to the website. I will be playing the video and sharing my screen only through the Outschool classroom and only for the length of the song. .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3yJhw7R3fI
This is a youtube video with the song we will watch in class. Your child will not have access to the website. I will be playing the video and sharing my screen only through the Outschool classroom. .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3yJhw7R3fI
April Hutcheson (Ms. April)
An educator of many layers & skills with a lengthy "About Me" section but worth the read.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
31 total reviews
64 completed classes
Hi, I'm April Hutcheson. I am fine with my students calling me Ms. April or April. I live in Virginia, USA (EST), although I teach many times of the day. I have multiple layers of interest, and as a result, I have experience and skills in many...