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Preschool Books and Bingo: Pete the Cat: “Pete’s Big Lunch” and Food Bingo
In this one-time Preschool story time class, we will read and discuss the Pete the Cat book: “Pete’s Big Lunch” by James Dean and play several games of Food BINGO.
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In this one-time Preschool story time class, Learners will join a hungry Pete the Cat as he makes himself a big lunch. We will begin class with our Welcome and Hello songs. We will read the Pete The Cat book: “Pete's Big Lunch” by James Dean and play several games of Food BINGO. During Food BINGO, Learners can make connections between the food BINGO pictures and Food Pete makes in the book. We will close with food songs (A-P-P-L-E and Oats, Peas, Beans, and Barley Grow) seasonal songs, and...
Learners will practice: - listening skills - comprehension skills - matching skills - making connections
6 files available upon enrollmentFor this class you learner will need: -To print BINGO cards (There are six BINGO cards on the page where you enter the class; please pick three and print them for your learner.) -a writing utensil (e.g. pencil, pen, crayon, or marker) to X or circle the BINGO squares.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Ms. EmilyEarly Childhood Literacy
94 total reviews
280 completed classes
I am passionate about early childhood literacy and literacy has always been an integral part of my classroom. I have seven years teaching experience with preschool-aged children. I hold a Professional Educators license with endorsements in Early...