I. Objectives:A. Cognitive:- The child should be able to identify the winter clothes we talkedabout in the story (coat, mittens, hat, boots, and scarf).- The child should be able to differ between the two concepts: wetand dry.- The child should classify the cards that are related to winter(during the educational game).- The child should be able to paste the cotton balls on the cloud.B. Psychomotor:- The child should be able to respond to the rhyme.- The child should be able to feel the difference between wet and dry(using his hands), and see the difference (when squeezing thetowel water appears)C. Affective:- The child should be able to communicate with his fellowclassmates.II. Materials:- Story (What Should I Wear)- Nursery Rhyme (rain on the ...)- Towels- sponges- Plastic container- Box with cards- Practice sheetIII. Procedure:A. The teacher during circle time asks one of the students to go outsidewith the assistant and see how the weather is like today. After talkingabout the weather, they sing along to the "Rain on the..." rhyme with
imitating the actions. Then the children listen to a story that talksabout the winter clothes. After listening to the story, the teacher helpsher students to brainstorm the roles of the coat, hat, and boots, andhow do we wear them (hat on head, scarf on neck...)B. After talking about the weather and listing to both the rhyme and thestory, the teachers introduces a number of cards with pictures on it,and a box that has a picture of a cloud with rain on it. She asks herstudents what they think they must do. She waits for the answer,spreads the cards on the tables, and the children must take the cardthat has something to do with rain and put it in the box.C. Then the children sit on the mat, the teachers introduces to them apractice sheet, which contains a cloud. And after showing them thecotton balls, the students try to tell what is required from them to do.The classroom is divided into two groups; one group does theworksheet with the assistant, while the other group is in the sciencecorner discovering the difference between wet and dry (with theteacher).D. In order to discover wet and dry, each child has his own towel,sponge, and a plastic container. The teacher asks the children if thereis any water on their hands, are their hands wet or dry? After that sheasks them to place each towel in the container that is full with water.After about 5 seconds, she asks them to pick it up and try to squeeze itagain and the result is that water is being squeezed. This way thechildren will gain the difference between wet and dry. After that thechildren must know how to classify the wet towel, sponge, and cottonin the wet box, and the dry towel, sponge and cotton in the dry one.IV. Evaluation:Student: the child must be able to finish the worksheet, and to identify the wetitems from the dry ones.