What Do You See?

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LAE4414 - Early Childhood Literature
Amanda Gossett
Lesson designed for Kindergarten
Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?
Concept: Pattern Book and Color Book
Pre-Reading
I will begin by reading the title and showing the students the book cover. I would ask the students if they have ever read the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See before. I would also ask the students what they think they might learn from this book. Before I start, I will also review colors. I would ask the students if they could find something red. Then I would call on a student who raises their hand and let them tell me what they see that is red. I would do this for all the colors that are in the book.
Reading
I will read the book to the children while pointing at each word as I say it. I will then ask the students what they see in the picture. Next, I would read the book again and have the students read along with me.
Post-Reading
After we have read the story, I will pass out a paper where I put their name at the top asking them what they see. For example, “(Student’s Name), (Student’s Name) what do you see?” Then, they will individually create their own page of a book which depicts an animal in a certain color. They will then write “I see a (color) (animal) looking at me.” The students will be able to be creative and use crayons, markers, or any other medium available to complete their book page. When binding the book, I would put the student’s names in alphabetical order. I would let the students know this so they can see how names are placed alphabetically. Students then could learn the concept of pattern, color, and some of the alphabet.

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What Do You See?

  1. 1. What Do You See? Lesson Plan and Example Book By: Amanda Gossett
  2. 2. Amy, Amy what do you see? I see a pink unicorn looking at me.
  3. 3. Billy, Billy what do you see? I see a orange fox looking at me.
  4. 4. Carly, Carly what do you see? I see a red bug looking at me.
  5. 5. Daisy, Daisy what do you see? I see a white rabbit looking at me.
  6. 6. Emily, Emily what do you see? I see a yellow duck looking at me.
  7. 7. What Do You See? Lesson Plan Concept: Pattern Book and Color Book Pre-Reading I will begin by reading the title and showing the students the book cover. I would ask the students if they have ever read the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See b efore. I would also ask the students what they think they might learn from this book. Before I start, I will also review colors. I would ask the students if they could find something red. Then I would call on a student who raises their hand and let them tell me what they see that is red. I would do this for all the colors that are in the book. Reading I will read the book to the children while pointing at each word as I say it. I will then ask the students what they see in the picture. Next, I would read the book again and have the students read along with me. Post-Reading After we have read the story, I will pass out a paper where I put their name at the top asking them what they see. For example, “(Student’s Name), (Student’s Name) what do you see?” Then, they will individually create their own page of a book which depicts an animal in a certain color. They will then write “I see a (color) (animal) looking at me.” The students will be able to be creative and use crayons, markers, or any other medium available to complete their book page. When binding the book, I would put the student’s names in alphabetical order. I would let the students know this so they can see how names are placed alphabetically. Students then could learn the concept of pattern, color, and some of the alphabet.
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