Lillie B. GrahamApril 10, 2012EDU 119Activity Planning Project #11.     Title of Activity: Peek-A-Boo       Age: 10 Months...
Toddler.Questions:1.     Where did daddy go?2.     Can you tell daddy bye-bye?3.     Where is mommy?Cont. Activity Plannin...
Lillie B. GrahamApril 10, 2012EDU 119Activity Planning Project #21.     Title of Activity: I Am a Scientist: Static Electr...
the balloons, the can and the fabric.Open-Ended Questions:1.     What happened when you moved the balloons together? Did t...
Lillie B. GrahamApril 10, 2012EDU 119Activity Planning Project #31.     Title of Activity: Assemble signal lights.       P...
Outside playtime physical activity: Red Light, Green LightYellow means be careful, green you may go red means stop you kno...
6.     Assessment of Children’s Progress: Have the children draw pictures of signallight and traffic signs. Have the child...
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Activity Plans for Early Education
Ages Toddler 18 months
Preschool 3-4 years
School-Age 5 years old

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  1. 1. Lillie B. GrahamApril 10, 2012EDU 119Activity Planning Project #11. Title of Activity: Peek-A-Boo Age: 10 Months Number of Children: 1 Toddler2. Area of Development: Social and Emotional Development3. Standard Address: Developing a Sense of Self with Others (Page 34)Infant and Toddlers develop the beginnings of social skills as they interact with otherPeople. They form attachments, show caring and concern for other, and they learn how to playwith their peers Toddlers: Cry when their parent or family member leaves (separation anxiety)4. Materials: A Blanket or floor mat for child and teacher to sit comfortably infront of each other.5. Procedures: The teacher will make eye contact and sooth the child saying, “It‟sokay” ensuring the child that their parent will be back; saying mommy/daddy will beback. Make eye contact and invite the child to play the game Peek-A-Boo. By saying“Don‟t be sad we are going have fun today; Let‟s play Peek-A-Boo” Tell the child youwill put him/her down in a safe place so you can spread a blank or floor mat down forplay time. The teacher will spread blanket or floor mat in a area on the floor where bothchild and teacher can sit comfortably. Once seated on the blanket the teacher will coverher faces demonstrating she is gone and uncovers her face as she comes back. On Peekteacher covers her face with the open palms of her hands, on Boo with open palms of herhands she uncovers her face signaling she is back. This activity will be conducted for one
  2. 2. Toddler.Questions:1. Where did daddy go?2. Can you tell daddy bye-bye?3. Where is mommy?Cont. Activity Planning Project #1Title of Activity: Peek-A-BooAge: 10 MonthsNumber of Children: 1 ToddlerTeacher will take the toddlers hands put the child‟s hand over his/her face and,observe if the child is engaged covering and uncovering his/her face; and the teacher willteach the toddler how to cover and uncover his/her face saying “Peek-A-Boo”, and thenproceed to demonstrate Peek-A-Boo and observe if the child is engaged covering anduncovering his/her face; and the teacher will assist and demonstrating untilthe child is engaged and playing the game and having fun. By playing the game “Peek-A-Boo” separation anxiety is reduced.6. Assessment of Children’s Progress: Teacher will observe and document usinganecdotal records of the child response when the child is separated from their parent. Ifin addition, when separation anxiety is reduced.7. Family Involvement and Assessment Partnership:1. Parent will play Peek-A-Boo with toddler when daddy is leaving home.2. Parent will tell the child “Daddy‟s leaving he‟ll be back”3. Parent can have daddy and child hug, kiss, and tell the child to say good-bye, wavingto daddy from the window telling the child “Daddy will be back”
  3. 3. Lillie B. GrahamApril 10, 2012EDU 119Activity Planning Project #21. Title of Activity: I Am a Scientist: Static Electricity Experiment Age: 4 years old Number of Children: 3 Preschooler2. Area of Development: Approaches to Learning3. Standard Address: Imagination, Creativity, and InventionThis aspect includes originality, playfulness and having multiple interests. (page 15) Take on pretend roles in play and make-believe with objects.4. Materials: Two (2) inflated balloons with string attached Your hair Aluminum can Woolen fabric Three full body mirrors5. Procedures: The teacher will ensure the two inflated balloons with stringsare attached ahead of time for three (3) preschoolerchild and three (3) pieces of woolen fabric. Instruct the children to rub the balloons oneby one against the woolen fabric, they try moving the balloons together.Instruct the children to rub one (1) or the balloons back and forth on their hair then slowlypull it away from their hair. Instruct the children to put the aluminum can on its side ona table, rub the balloon on your hair again than hold the balloon close to the can andwatch the can as it rolls towards the balloon; slowly move the balloon away from the canin addition, the can will follow the balloon. The children will see what will happen whenthey rub the balloon against different objects or fabrics in the class once they followteacher„s instruction. The children will explore some other ways of experimenting with
  4. 4. the balloons, the can and the fabric.Open-Ended Questions:1. What happened when you moved the balloons together? Did the balloons attract? to each other or un-attract to each other?2. What happened when you pulled the balloon slowly away from your hair?3. What do you think made your hair stand straight up on your head?4. What do you think caused the can to follow the balloon?6. Assessment of Children’s Progress: Documentation and observation will berecorded using anecdotal notes of the children‟s creative inventions. Using theirimagination as they manipulate the balloons, can and different objects, and othermaterials around the room, as well as the results or finding of our little scientists.7. Family Involvement and Assessment Partnership:1. Ask your child to talk about what s/he did in school today and what happen?2. Encourage pretend play for children at home by putting out simple tools such asmagnetic, nails, dirt from outside in a box (I am sure you will be able to wave themagnetic over the dirt fine particles will be pullled from the dirt).3. Spend time with your children exploring at home using simple science. Website: www.sciencekids.comThe parent can share the assessment of their activity with teacher by taking picture of thechild interacting in the activity, and conversation.
  5. 5. Lillie B. GrahamApril 10, 2012EDU 119Activity Planning Project #31. Title of Activity: Assemble signal lights. Physical Activity: Red Light, Green Light, Yellow Be Careful; Outside Traffic Signs Age: 5 years old Number of Children: 15 Kindergartens2. Area of Development: Competency Goal 2: The Learner will develop knowledge and skills to enhance personal and consumer health.3. Standard Address: 2.03 Recognize and describe the meanings of traffic signs Moreover, signals. (Page 19)4. Materials: Construction paper colors red, yellow, and green, plain paper, scissors, markers colors red, yellow, green, and glue. Outside Activity: Traffic Signs- Stop Sign, Yield Sign and Traffic Light Sign Fifteen (15) Tricycles Fifteen (15) Helmets5. Procedures: The teacher will give each of children four sheets of paper colors 1red, One green and two yellow. Instruct the children to cut out one (1) circles from colorred, yellow and green. Instruct the children to cut a rectangle out of the second sheet ofyellow paper wide enough to glue the circles colors red, yellow and green on therectangle. With all piece cut out. Instruct the children to glue the red circle at the top ofthe triangle, the yellow circle under the red circle, and the green circle under the yellowcircle. Activity for 15 Children.
  6. 6. Outside playtime physical activity: Red Light, Green LightYellow means be careful, green you may go red means stop you knowThe children during outside play will engage in the game Red Light Green light. Theteacher will have the children line up behind each other and then turn to face (her) theteacher. The teacher explains, “We are going to play a game called Red Light GreenLight and Yellow Means Be Careful.” Explain to the children what the traffic light colorsmeans. When I turn my back, you may walk forward fast or slow when I say red light Iwill turn around to see if you stopped. If I see you move, I will say yellow light means becaution is careful. Then turn the teacher will turn her back and say green light whichmeans go, and you can walk forward fast or slow. When I say red light I will turn aroundin addition, if you are moving. I will say yellow means caution be careful.The teacher will have the children put their helmets on and (she) the teacher will ensurethat the children‟s helmets are securely fastened. The teacher will have the children geton their tricycles and ride around the paved play area when they get to the stop sign.they must stop and yield means to look both ways make sure no tricycle is coming andthey go forward. The teacher will tell the children when they get to the traffic lightinstruct the children to stop if light is red, go if the light is green and be careful and lookto make sure no tricycle is coming and then goes forward.Open-ended Questions:1. What do you think might happen if your light is red, and you keep riding on your tricycle, and you friend light is green?2. What do you think will happen if your light is yellow and your friend is crossing in front of you?
  7. 7. 6. Assessment of Children’s Progress: Have the children draw pictures of signallight and traffic signs. Have the children identify the traffic signs, and traffic signs, anduse anecdotal notes to document which signs children know and or don‟t know.7. Family Involvement and Assessment Partnership:1. Ask parents to have their child point out the different signs along the way on Family trips, or to the grocery store.2. Do and art activity with your child drawing the signal light and the traffic signs.3. Pick up the traffic signs from DMV or download them from the computer, and review the different traffic signs with your childTeacher can speak with parent about the family trip and inquire about how the childrendid with identifying the signs and traffic signs.

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