Grow With Me: Why Do I Have Chores?: Learning Responsibility in the Home.
In this one time class, students will learn about responsibility and how they can help around the home through chores.
Michelle E. Morningstar, MAEd (PRIDETeaching)
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Do you have to pick up your toys? Do you have to help wash the dishes?Do you set the table? Do you have to make your bed? These are called chores and everyone has to do them! Chores are like jobs that we do to make sure our homes are clean and we can find things when we need them. Our grownups do chores because they need to make sure our homes run smoothly. We do chores so we can help our grownups, and because we are part of a family who works together. There is research that supports...
Students will be able to use social skills to share some chores they or their family are responsible for in their home.
I love teaching preschool students! I have experience in traditional preschool programs and have recently gained experience in the virtual preschool classroom. I am offering this class as a response to a request for more preschool classes. Having taught since 2008 in the public schools and since 2001, with preschool being my first classes taught, I have a wealth of experience with students of all ages and stages, especially special education. My classes are fun and functional in teaching skills students can use and enjoy learning.
Students will draw a picture of chores they are responsible for and share it in the classroom!
Teacher will provide all materials via PowerPoint or online format. Students are encouraged to share their own experiences and items to enhance discussion.
Learners will be assessed through participation and completion of assignments.
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
This class is appropriate for ages 3-6. Parents may need to help students to practice some skills.
This class uses student interest to drive discussion and activities! We will use the book: "The Berenstain Bears And The Trouble With Chores", by Stan and Jan Berenstain as a basis of discussion and comprehension.
Michelle E. Morningstar, MAEd (PRIDETeaching)Renaissance Renegade and Queen of Dragons
428 total reviews
594 completed classes
I am a Renaissance Renegade who is obsessed with the Bard (Shakespeare) and in love with language. I am also obsessed with dragons and love helping others tame that anger dragon that lives inside of all of us. Our family participates in local...