Lesson Plan Day 5

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Lesson Plan Day 5

  1. 1. Penny Penny PennyGrade-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 Pretend/real money Book-“Benny’s Pennies” b y Pat Brisson Promethean Board Activ Inspire computer program Hard copy graphic organizer on pennies-one per student Access to InternetGoals: Students will learn the details about a penny for the first time. Students will also beable to count out certain amounts of pennies.Objectives: Cognitive- Students will learn certain information about pennies, and they will beable to count out amounts of pennies as directed. Psychomotor- Auditory, visualProcedures: 1. First, the will open the lesson by reading “Benny’s Pennies” by Pat Brisson.
  2. 2. 2. After this, the teacher is going to recap the previous day’s material about earning and saving money. 3. At this point, the teacher should give the details about a penny; the penny information should include the color, what is on the face of the penny, what is on the back of the penny, and review the value of the penny. 4. Students will then, at their seats, fill out an individual organizer on pennies. 5. After all the students have completed their graphic organizer, the teacher should hand out individual bags of money. 6. Students should be given direction to separate the pennies from the rest of the coins. 7. After that is completed, teacher should give students a certain amount of pennies to count out. Students should practice this at least four times. 8. Students should be directed back to carpet for the closure of the lesson. Teacher should recap information on pennies by asking questions to students.Evaluation: Oral post assessment Monitoring of student sorting activity

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