Log in or sign up to add this lesson to a Custom Course. Log in or Sign up. As you plan your curriculum, it will be helpful to think of the way you organize your lessons. Are you starting with the small building blocks and then expanding? Or are you starting with the big picture and filling in the details along the way?
I love to share lesson plans with other teachers and homeschooling parents. There are several words describing position and location that a child needs to understand before moving on to learning math concepts. Those positional concepts include top, middle, and bottom. There is a chance that your child already understands these concepts, but it is a good idea to take the time to ensure they understand at preschool or kindergarten age.
Preinstructional Planning. During Instruction. Select a variety of vegetables from the story. I like to have another activity running during this cooking project. That allows me to work with a small group, rotating students through the project.
Tops and Bottoms , by Janet Stevens, is a trickster tale that will capture the attention of young readers. Students will learn the value of hard work and doing things for yourself! Bear is lazy. His father, being a smart business bear, gave Bear all his money and land, but all Bear wanted to do was sleep, all the time!