"Hello, Robots!" Fun with Robots & Thinking Machines: PreK Learning With Ms. Liz
We'll read stories like "Hello, Robots" by Bob Staake and "Clink" by Kelly DiPucchio, talk about what robots do and what they are made of, play a build-a-robot game and engage in robot themed letter, number and shape recognition games.
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In this one-time class, we will read robot themed books like "Hello Robots" by Bob Staake and "Clink" by Kelly DiPucchio, look at cool robot pictures, learn new vocabulary and play letter, number or shape games. Little learners can build great listening, observation and creative thinking skills during storytime, asking questions and using their imagination. In fact, did you know that reading aloud to kids has clear cognitive benefits? For example, brain scans show that hearing stories...
Students will listen to stories and ask and answer questions throughout the readings, practice taking turns talking, listening and sharing predictions and observations about the books we read. We will work our fine motor and counting skills as we play our build-a-robot game with the provided printables and we will practice letter, number or shape recognition activities too.
1 file available upon enrollmentPlease print out the 2 page build a robot printable. CUT OUT THE ROBOT PIECES BEFORE CLASS (use the first page for guidance regarding pieces) so you're ready to build a robot when we play in class! We will build the robots in class using the teacher's dice or number choice game so having a dice of your own is not necessary for playing the game ** It's not mandatory that your learner participate in the activity. If they prefer to observe and complete the project after class, that's OK too!
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Because of the age of the class I recommend a grown up be within "ear-shot" to help with any technical hiccups (mic and video) that might come up. If your learner is working on scissor skills, an adult can help with the robot part cutting before class.
Early Childhood Educator and Big Fan of 3, 4 and 5 year olds!
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290 total reviews
599 completed classes
Hello Outschool Families! My name is Liz Stone, better known as Ms. Liz, to my 3, 4 and 5 year old friends. Did you know that reading aloud to kids has clear cognitive benefits? For example, brain scans show that hearing stories strengthens the...