Lesson Plan Day 6

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Lesson Plan Day 6

  1. 1. All in OneGrade-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 Promethean Board ActivInspire computer program Access to Internet In-class storeGoals: Students will learn details about the nickel, dime, and quarter. Students will be ableto reflect on all they have learned in their journals; they will also be able to use money to buythings of a respective value.Objectives: Cognitive- Students will learn information on the nickel, dime, and quarter, writeabout each, and use money to buy items. Psychomotor- Auditory, musical, visual, hands-onProcedures:
  2. 2. 1. To open up the lesson the teacher should recap the details of a penny from the previous day; the teacher should also incorporate questions for the students in this recap. 2. After this, the teacher should grab the student’s attention for today’s lesson by playing “Show Me the Money” by Harry’s Kindergarten. 3. The teacher will then give the details about what is on each coin of a nickel, dime, and quarter. The students should be able to identify the coin and value from previous lessons. 4. The students should then be instructed back to their seats, and the teacher should hand out pretend money and pre-made journals to students individually. 5. The teacher should instruct students to write all the information they remember about each coin in their journals. 6. At this point, the teacher should also tell the students that she will call the students up a few at a time to spend their pretend money in the store she has set up in the classroom. 7. The store should allow the students to see how they can buy certain things with different amounts of money. 8. Once everyone is done with their journals and everyone has gotten to go to the store, teacher should call on students individually so that they can share what they put in their journals about certain coins as a wrap-up for the day.Evaluation: Oral post assessment Writing assessment Hands-on assessment

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