We're Going on a Leaf Hunt!
In this one-time interactive fall themed class, we will read "We're Going on a Leaf Hunt," by Steve Metzger. Then we will create our own handprint tree!
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In this one-time interactive fall themed class, we will read "We're Going on a Leaf Hunt," by Steve Metzger. During and after the story we will talk about the colors of leaves in the fall. Students will also learn about onomatopoeia, words that are associated with a sound, for example, splish, splash. Then we will create our own handprint tree! First, students will glue their precut handprint onto their paper. Next students will finger paint "leaves" onto their tree using red, orange,...
Students will learn the parts of a book. Students will be able to identify that words are read from left to right. Students will practice comprehension by answering questions about the story. Students will practice sequencing by retelling the order of events in the story. Students will explore onomatopoeia through the sounds of fall. Students will identify colors throughout class. Students will create a cute fall craft using colors we discussed from the book. Students will identify geographical features, i.e. mountain, forest, waterfall, lake.
*brown construction paper (please trace and cutout child's hand/arm print (see attached picture for a guide) before class) *any color of construction paper for the background *red, yellow, orange, and green paint to make the leaves (if you do not wish to use paint you can use paper and have your child tear or cut the paper to make leaves, or students can use tissue paper and crumple them up) *paper plate or something to put paint in for your child to dip their fingers into that paint easily *glue
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance encouraged for painting.
Certified Early Childhood and Elementary School Teacher - Let’s Make Learning Fun!
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275 total reviews
378 completed classes
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 is 2 1/2 years old and my older two girls (who are actually my stepdaughters) are 10 and 12 years old. My husband is in...