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Lesson Plan Day 2

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  • 1. Flip That CoinGrade-KindergartenSubject-MathDuration-45 minutes (1 class period)Georgia Performance Standards: MKN1h Identify coins by name and value (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter.)Materials: Teacher’s edition book Coin Stamps Promethean Board ActivInspire computer program Pre-cut Flipbook for each student Access to InternetGoals: Students will be able to write out coin names, identify them, and write the value ofeach.Objectives: Cognitive- Students will write out coin names, identify them, and write the value ofeach. Psychomotor - Auditory, musical, visualProcedures: 1. To begin the lesson, the teacher will start out giving an overview of the lesson.
  • 2. 2. After the overview of today’s lesson, teacher will play a song for an attention grabber. “I Like Money” –Dr. Jean 3. Teacher will review with students what they went over the previous day, making sure they remember the coins and the values of each coin. 4. At this point in the lesson, the teacher should give out all items needed for the students to complete the flipbook at their seats. a. Coin stamps b. Markers c. Pre-cut flipbooks 5. Teacher will instruct students to begin creating flipbooks over the coin names and value. a. Instruct them to write the coin name first. b. Next, after writing coin names, students will use a coin stamp to stamp one or two pennies in the given section. c. They will then write out the value of the penny in the appropriate place. 6. Students should repeat steps a-c for each of the coins. 7. After activity is finished and all items are collected, teacher should instruct students back to carpet for a re-cap of the material.Evaluation: Students will identify the correct stamps to correspond with the coin. Students will be able to write the appropriate value for each coin. Oral post assessment

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