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Kindergarten Transportation Unit To start: Duwe is supposed to pull books for us and put them on a cart so we can share easily. Here are some extra activities to plug in wherever you can: They can draw their favorite type of transportation to travel in and write the word or dictate to you.
Teach each child to write simple sentences with the easier transportation words i.
A bus is blue. They can make safety and traffic signs and hang around the room. They can pretend they are going on a trip and decide if they want to travel by car, bus, van, plane, etc. Day 1 Start off by singing the following song: Sing the song several times so they feel successful and can spell the words.
Discuss definition of transportation: Have each child trace the school bus pattern onto yellow paper. If I have not given you a bus pattern, come ask me, please! Talk about and show pictures of a variety of cars.
Stress creativity and have each child make their car different from anyone else. Day 4 Sing transportation songs.
Sort pictures of transportation by how many wheels they have.Thematic Worksheets for Home or Classroom Use. Welcome to initiativeblog.com, where you'll find a variety of free themed teaching resources for your home or early childhood classroom. Day 5. Trains. Sing transportation songs and any new train songs.
Read “Freight Train” by Donald Crews. Read the book several times so the children can really learn the sequence of colors in the book and they can read it with you.Ã‚Â Using either pattern blocks or unifix cubes or cut up squares of colored paper, model the sequence of colors from the book.Ã‚Â Then have each child.
So, today, in the Twenty First Century, many verses need to be read and interpreted carefully with a focused mindset relating to the written genre and cultural context, and often, as a thematic whole, rather than with the mentality of narrow interpretation in a literal, word for word modus operandi.
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