Discussion in 'Preschool' started by Terri in CA, Jul 21, 2009.
Jul 22, 2009
I'll post a couple examples of lesson plans later on tonight.
There is a Preschool plan book that works well. On the left you fill in the schedule for the day and lessons. On the right is space for each center and a description of that activity. It really lets you see what will be happening all around the room.
Lesson Plan Page 1
Lesson Plan Page 2
Page 1 & 2 show the planned activities that the teachers will carry out during the theme.
Lesson Plan Page 3
Page 3 lists all the materials that are placed in the learning centers for the duration of the theme.
Here are some examples of the activity cards that are used with the activities on page 1 & 2. Each activity card includes the materials needed for the activity, the skills that are worked on during the activity, the procedure as to how the activity is to be done, questions that the teacher might ask during the activity, and expansion ideas that the teacher might do as follow ups to the activity.
Activity Card 1
Activity Card 2
Activity Card 3
Jul 23, 2009
Mrgrinch, great lesson plans. They look easy and easy to follow. I love the activity cards. Although I use Creative Curriculum, I can see adapting the activity cards to CC.
Thank you so much for sharing those!
Wow MrGrinch, I really like how that is laid out. During the year I usually post my daily lesson play, which lays out the schedule of the day and I explain in detail the enrichment activity.
I might see about switching to yours. Thanks for those templates!
We use the Abeka curriculum and also Saxon for Math. Here is a sample of my lesson plans, I use Word and do them on the computer. I included a 2nd copy of page 2, that is after we start guided reading.
Separate names with a comma.