Preschool 101

Rubrics-http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=PrintRubricDownloadFile&rubric_id=2572566&

Prezzi Link for lesson plan- https://prezi.com/dz8ajeberlvx/shapes-and-colors/ 

Preschool
Math Module A- Shapes

A.1- Identify Circles, Squares, and Triangles

Objective

Children will be able to identify and draw circles, squares, and triangles with 80% accuracy

Key Vocabulary Words

Triangle- a shape with three sides

Circle- round shape

Square- a shape with four equal sides

Materials Needed

– crayons

– paper

– shapes activity kit

– SmartBoard

Lesson

Children will be handed the shapes form the activity kit. Let them guess, observe to see if they know what the shapes are.  Use the smart board to pull up larger images of each individual shape. Ask them to identify the shapes on their tables with the ones on the screen. After they have all proficiently identified the shapes, give out to each table crayons and paper. Have them trace, or free hand (if they want) the shapes. When all have completed this task, open up the website link below to have students as a group complete the online “quiz”. Take this activity to be a review at the end of the math lesson.

Source

https://www.ixl.com/math/pre-k/identify-circles-squares-and-triangles

A.2- Squares and Rectangles

Objective

Children will be able to identify, distinguish, and draw rectangles and squares with 80% accuracy.

Key Vocabulary Words

Square- shape with four equal sides

Rectangle- shape with four sides, two sides of equal length opposite each other

Materials Needed

crayons

– paper

– shapes activity kit

– SmartBoard

Lesson

Start by reviewing previous shape lessons. Children will be handed the shapes form the activity kit. Let them guess, observe to see if they know what the shapes are.  Use the smart board to pull up larger images of each individual shape. Ask them to identify the shapes on their tables with the ones on the screen. After they have all proficiently identified the shapes, give out to each table crayons and paper. Have them trace, or free hand (if they want) the shapes. When all have completed this task, open up the website link below to have students as a group complete the online “quiz”. Take this activity to be a review at the end of the math lesson.

 

A.3- Identify Cubes and Pyramids

Objective

Children will be bale to identify cubes and pyramids with 80% accuracy

Key Vocabulary Words

Cube- symmetrical three-dimensional shape, either solid or hollow, contained by six equal squares

Pyramid- structure with a square or triangular base and sloping sides that meet in a point at the top

Materials Needed

  • Cubes
  • Pyramids
  • SmartBoard

Lesson

Start by reviewing previous shape lessons. Children will be handed the shapes form the activity kit. Let them guess, observe to see if they know what the shapes are.  Use the smart board to pull up larger images of each individual shape. Ask them to identify the shapes on their tables with the ones on the screen. When all have completed this task, open up the website link below to have students as a group complete the online “quiz”. Take this activity to be a review at the end of the math lesson.

 

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