Go Away Big Green Green Monster! Story Time and Craft
Students will practice identifying their colors and parts of their head and face while reading a story with a lot of repetition. Your child will also create their own monster.
US Grade Preschool - Kindergarten
Come join me for this one time interactive class as I read the popular children’s story, Go Away Big Green Monster! by Ed Emberly. During this class, your child will be introduced to the parts of a book. Students will have the opportunity to follow along and join in with me while I read this story. We will discuss the story, focusing on monsters, colors, and the vocabulary for parts of the head. Next, we will complete a monster craft. I will also include an optional PDF of a worksheet to...
Students will learn parts of the head and face, as well as, their colors while listening to a fun monster story! Students will learn the parts of a book. Students will practice pre-reading skills such as reading from left to right and top to bottom. Students will understand words represent a spoken word and convey a message. Students will answer simple questions about the story. Students will describe elements in a story, for example, characters and/or setting (time, place, and/or environment).
2 files available upon enrollmentTwo OPTIONAL PDFs included: 1. Big Green Monster Craft Template (I suggest students who struggle with cutting or younger students use this). 2. Parts of the head worksheet for after class Scissors, glue, paper plate or a piece of paper cut into a circle (any color your child wants to their monster to be), scraps of construction paper, pipe cleaners (optional), large googly eyes (optional), large buttons (optional).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance for scissors.
Go Away Big Green Monster by Ed Emberly
Meet the teacher
Hello, my name is Danielle! I am excited to teach your child! I am currently a stay at home mom of three girls, my youngest daughter is 4 years old and my older two girls, who are actually my stepdaughters, are 12 and 14 years old; they live...
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Live video meetings
1-6 learners per class