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  • 1. Visual Art: Cardboard Relief Print Grade Level: Preschool Areas: Visual Art; Math (Geometry) Group Size: Up to 5 (teacher-guided) Timing: 30 minutes Content Research: • I need to know the techniques to do corrugated cardboard relief print with play dough and on paper using paint. • Vocabulary words: Cardboard – thick, sturdy paper-like material that boxes are made of. Relief print – transferring patterns, words, or any design from one medium onto another medium. • Children’s Book: Cardboard by Daniel Nunn
  • 2. Learning Outcome: The children will understand how to do cardboard relief print designs and be able to do it independently. Health/Safety: No more than 5 children in the art center at one time. Standard classroom safety rules. (Describe assessment, introduction, step-by-step directions, and closure.) Fine Art Content Standard the Activity Addresses: Expectation 4 (NJ Standards) Plans and works independently to create own art representations. Recognizes and describes various art forms. Explores and describes art choices.
  • 3. Music: Ten Green Bottles Grade Level: Preschool Areas: Music; Math (Number Sense) Group Size: Up to 12 (Whole group) Timing: 15 minutes Content Research: I need to know how to count backwards from 10 to 0. I need to know the song and be able to teach it to the children who are not familiar or still learning it. • Vocabulary words: Count – adding one by one to find the total number of things in a group. Subtracting – taking away items from a group so that there are less leftover. • Children’s Book: Ten Green Bottles by Mary Denson.
  • 4. Learning Outcome: The children will be able to join in singing the song all together accurately or almost accurately. Health/Safety: Standard classroom safety rules. Video: Ten Green Bottles Fine Art Content Standard the Activity Addresses: Expectation 1 (NJ Standards) Sings alone or with others. MATERIALS Authentic: Bulletin board on wall with Velcro strips pre-attached. 10 empty mini green plastic soda bottles (with the labels removed) with Velcro strips pre-attached.
  • 5. Drama: Party Time Grade Level: Pre-K Areas: Drama; Social Studies (Government) Group Size: Up to 5 (teacher-guided) Timing: Approx. 15 minutes Content Research: • I need to know how to improvise when acting out a role. • Vocabulary words: Acting – taking on someone else’s role and pretending to be that person/character. • Children’s Book: Miss Spider’s Tea Party by David Kirk.
  • 6. Learning Outcome: The children will be able MATERIALS to make up their own roles and act them out to Authentic: the theme of having a party. Variety of dress up items and Health/Safety: No more than 5 children in the props. dramatic play center at one time. Standard Representational: classroom safety rules. Fine Art Content Standard the Activity Addresses: Expectation 3 (NJ Standards) •Plays a role based on their life experiences. •Makes up new roles and acts them out, especially from familiar stories. •Participates with others in dramatic play, negotiating roles and setting up events. •Differentiates between pretend and real. Pictures of people in different genres of party clothing.
  • 7. Dance/Movement: Bubble Wrap Dance Grade Level: Preschool Areas: Dance; Math (Geometry) Group Size: Up to 3 (child-guided) Timing: 10 minutes Content Research: • I need to be able to identify the shapes square, triangle, and circle. I need to know which bubble wrap is good for easy popping under the weight of a preschooler. • Vocabulary words: Bubble wrap – sheet of plastic filled with rows of air bubbles. Shape – A specific form with a certain amount of sides or no sides, in the case of a circle. Matching – putting similar or equal objects together. • Children’s Book: What Shapes Do You See? by Begin Smart Books.
  • 8. Learning Outcome: The children will be able to freely dance to instrumental music while being aware that their dance actions are causing the bubble wrap to pop. Health/Safety: Observe children as they handle the plastic bubble wrap shapes. Standard classroom safety rules. Fine Art Content Standard the Activity Addresses: Expectation 2 •Explores different ways of moving his/her body with and without music. •Attempts to move to the beat of music. MATERIALS Authentic: Large pieces of bubble wrap cut into triangles, circles, and squares. Pre-cut pieces of duct tape. Small shapes with Velcro strips attached. CD or tape player with CD or tape loaded. Representational: Large cut out shapes placed on interactive bulletin board against wall in area for activity with labeled shape name (1 triangle, 1 square, 1 circle).