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Activity Planning Form

Curriculum Area: Cognitive (Math/Science)


Age: 4-5 years
Day of the Week: Monday
Daily Schedule Time: 8:45 9:45am
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: Icy Colors
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests)
This will help children communicate between each other. The children will also be able to say the colors
in their home language if they desire.
Goal and Objectives:
For children to be able to identify at least five different colors by looking at the color.
Child will be able to identify their favorite color.
DRDP Measure(s) not just number, give the name:
Measure: 1 Identity of self
Measure: 10 Friendship with peers
Measure: 27 Cause and effect
Measure 30 Curiosity and initiative
Anti-Bias Area:
R; CUL; G: AB; AP; CLS
Anti-Bias Skills:
To encourage cooperation and teamwork
To value uniqueness of self and others
Materials Needed:
Ice
Vinegar
12 Large containers
12 medicine droppers
Food coloring
Teacher Preparation (Facilitation):
Have large containers ready with ice
Have different medicine droppers with food coloring
Children Preparation:
Have their paint shirts ready
Book used: N/A
Safety: List any safety considerations and your plan regarding them.
Keep Ice out of mouth

Procedure: (step by step)


How will you introduce this activity?
The activity will be introduced during transition time the children will be asked what color they like. Then
the children will get to grab the color they said dropper and have a seat. The children are going to begin
dropping drops of color and begin to try it out.
List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:
What is your favorite color?
Is ice cold or hot?
What do we use ice for?
Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:
The children will be told to wash their hands and they go by the color that they choose.

List all references used in preparation of this plan:


http://www.toddlerapproved.com/2014/01/fizzy-ice-science-activity-for-kids.html

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum Area: Language Skills
Age: 4-5 years
Day of the Week: Monday
Daily Schedule Time: 10am-10:45am
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: Phonics are colorful
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests)
This will help with children talking turns and also with using their home language if desired.

Goal and Objectives:


To support emergent understanding of sound-symbol relationships.
*DRDP measure(s)
Measure 29 Memory and knowledge
Measure 31 Engagement and Persistence
*Anti-bias area
CUL; LAN; AB
* Anti-bias skill
To expose children to cultural differences in smells and foods.
To support emergent empathy
Materials Needed:
Containers
Boxes
Plastic fruits and vegetables
Paper bags
*Teacher Preparation:
Have all items listed above ready for children when going to class.
*Children Preparation:
Be ready to put the right sound in the correct bag
*Dramatic play props used/made:
Homemade grocery store
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.


Keep items in bags only

Procedure (step by step)


Beginning
How will you introduce this activity?
The activity will be introduced during circle time while they go through the alphabet and talk
about what each letter sounds like.
Middle
List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:
What sound does a make? What food do we have here that sounds A?
End
Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:
For clean up time the children will be given a color once the child finds a fruit or veggie of that
color they may go outside for free time.
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
Book: Creative resources for the anti-bias classroom by Nadia Saderman hall

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum Area: Creative Arts
Age: 4-5 years
Day of the Week: Wednesday
Daily Schedule Time: 11:30am-12pm
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: Rainbow
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests) With this activity the child will see different colors and notice that
children will not create the same exact paper.

Goal and Objectives:


The child will be able to find same color scrapes.
The child will be able to create a pattern.
*DRDP measure(s):
Measure: 36 Shapes
Measure: 37 Patterning
*Anti-bias area
AB; AG; CUL; LAN
*Anti-bias skill
To increase ability to label feelings and emotions
Materials Needed:
Different color paper and fabric scrapes
Glue
Scissors
*Teacher Preparation:
Have all materials ready on the table for children.
*Children Preparation:
Find glue.
Find scrapes.
*Dramatic play props used/made: N/A
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.


Keep glue only on paper
Scissors are for fabric and paper only (be careful)
Procedure: (step by step)

Beginning: How will you introduce this activity?


The children will be introduced this activity during circle time the children will talk about what
they know about the rainbow.
Middle: List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:
What do we know about the rainbow?
Do we know the colors the rainbow is?
End: Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:
When done the children will go wash their hands for snack time when the teacher says the name
of the color they are holding they may go wash their hands, then snack time will be next It will
be colorful.
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
Inspiration Pinterest

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum area: Literacy
Age: 4-5 years
Day of the Week: Tuesday
Daily Schedule Time: 10am-10:45am
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: I can spell
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests) the child with this activity will be able to learn more about letters
why still interacting with children.

Goal and Objectives:


The child will be able to identify the letter the colors start with.
The child will be able to find the correct color that belongs with the words.
*Anti-bias area
CUL; LAN; AB; BEL
*Anti-bias skill
To strengthen self-esteem and self-identity
*DRDP measure(s):
Measure 17 Interest in literacy
Measure: 29 Memory and knowledge
Materials Needed:
Different colors labeled
Paper with large names of the colors
*Teacher Preparation:
Have papers ready and colors for each child
*Children Preparation:
Locate their name in table
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.


N/A
Procedure: (step by step)
Beginning: How will you introduce this activity?
The activity will be introduced during circle time. The children will get to see examples of the
finished product. The children will be able to have their own colors that will match the writing.

Middle: List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:


What color are you holding? What letter does the color start with? Lets look at the labels in the
colors?
End: Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:
For clean up we will put colors away as I call your favorite color and continue with the project in
their cubby.
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
Pinterst

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum area: Music and Movement
Age: 4-5 years old
Day of the Week: Monday- Friday Daily Schedule Time(s): Anytime
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Music Time Sequence-Consider: fast to slow: familiar songs and new material- link to specific
needs, interests and theme. For this assignment, we are presenting a broad base of ideas and
resources.
Specific Song Title or Activity:
Rationale: Link to childrens culture, family,
community experiences, home language, specific
Give specific time
assessed needs and interests, theme)

Simon says
Stand up if you are wearing blue?
Jump up if you are wearing pink?
Etc.

This activity will help children follow


directions and they will also notice their
classmates are doing the steps as them.

Specific Song Title or Activity:

Rationale: Based on childrens culture, family,

The color red song


(tune to: row row row your boat)

community experiences, home language, specific


assessed needs and interests and theme
This song will teach the child about the color red
and how it is spelled and what is red around us.

Specific Song Title or Activity:

Rationale: l Based on childrens culture, family,

The color green song


(Tune to: This old man)

community experiences, home language, specific


assessed needs and interests and theme)
This song will teach children how to spell green
while the children use their memory to remember.

Specific Song Title or Activity:

Rationale: l Based on childrens culture, family,

The color yellow song


(Tune to: Twinkle Twinkle little star)

community experiences, home language, specific


assessed needs and interests and theme)
The yellow song teaches children what some items
that are yellow are and also allows children to use
their memory to remember.

Specific Song Title or Activity:

Rationale: l Based on childrens culture, family,


community experiences, home language, specific

The color pink song


(Tune to: Are you sleeping?)

assessed needs and interests and theme)

For this song the children get to learn how to


spell the color pink while also learning which
animal are pink and other items.

Plan for Closing and Transition:


I will choose a color and if they are able to spell the color they may go wash their hands. Whichever child
is having problems I will sing the song with them one more time to help them remember.
List all references used in preparation of this contract:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/62687728/Color-Songs-Ring

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum Area: Cooking Experience
Day of the Week: Friday
Daily Schedule Time:
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Name of Experience/activity:
Its colorful & yummy
Goal and Objectives:
For children to taste different textures
For children to indentify different color at least three
*DRDP measure(s)
Measure 10 Friendship with peers
Measure 30 Curiosity and initiative
*Anti-bias area
AB; AG; CLS; LAN
*Anti-bias skill
To encourage cooperation and teamwork
Materials Needed:
Funfetii cake mix
Cupcake wrap
Whip cream
Sprinkles
Milk
Eggs
*Teacher Preparation:
Have all materials ready for each child.
Measured and prepared mix for each child.
*Children Preparation:
The children will have everything measured for them and they will mix their own cake mix and create
their cupcake.
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.


Procedure: (step by step)
Beginning: The children will be introduced the activity by talking about creating their
own personal cupcake.
Middle: The children are going to have the cake mix ready with ingredient in a bowl they
will be allowed to mix them.

End: After they have mixed they will be able to put it into the pan and follow the teacher
to the kitchen to put them in the oven after it is done the children will have what they created and
decorate it whipped cream and sprinkles.
Description:
Draw (use a ruler!) a sketch of your cooking chart sequence 6-8 steps

TIME
TO
EAT
YUMM

How will you introduce this activity?


The activity will be introduced by showing the different products and asking the children openended questions. Hey boys and girls do you know what we are going to make today? Do you
guys think it will be colorful? Do you remember the theme of the week?
Materials/Foods Needed:
Cake mix
Pam
Milk
Eggs
Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.
Lets keep the cake mix in the bowl until its ready for the pan.
Plan for Transition:
After we are done we will wash our hands when the teacher says a color they like they may get
up. Then the children will come back to class and draw the how they will design their cupcake.

While Cooking with the Children:


While the children draw their picture the teacher will be able to go and ask each child what
colors they will be using? If they plan on eating it in school or taking it home?
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
Pinterest

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum area: Social/Emotional
Age: 4-5 years olds
Day of the Week: Wednesday
Daily Schedule Time: 10am-1045am
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: I feel HAPPY I feel SAD
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests) the child will be able to express their feelings and allow other
children to see what their reaction is.

Goal and Objectives:


The child will be able to identify if they are feeling happy or sad.
*Anti-bias area
AB; LAN; BEL
*Anti-bias skill
To foster familiarity with different skin color; ability; age
*DRDP measure(s)
Measure 1: Identity of self
Measure: 4 Impulse Control
Materials Needed:
Colors
*Teacher Preparation:
Have faces in a Popsicle sticked on
*Children Preparation:
Color how they think the different faces look
*Dramatic play props used/made: N/A
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.


N/A
Procedure: (step by step)

Beginning: How will you introduce this activity?


The activity will be introduced by asking each child how they are feeling and to identify the
different facial expressions that they are shown.
Middle: List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:
How do you feel today? Is it happy or sad? Do you feel tired? Do you feel full of energy? What
color does sad look like? What color does mad look like?
End: Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:
For transition the children are going to go line up by going with the facial expression that they
are currently feeling. The children will be able to have free time outside.
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
N/A

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum area: Outdoor (Physical (Gross/Fine)
Age: 4-5 old
Day of the Week: Tuesday
Daily Schedule Time 10:45- 11:30am
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: Color Spray
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests). The child will be able to share the colors and listen to other
children.

Goal and Objectives:


For children to Share the bottles with other children
For children to create with different colors.
*DRDP measure(s):
Measure 5
Measure 8
Measure 30
*Anti-bias area
AB
*Anti-bias skill
To encourage cooperation and teamwork
Materials Needed:
Spray Bottles
Food Coloring
*Teacher Preparation:
Have the Bottles ready for the children to begin painting
*Children Preparation:
Have their paint shirts on.
*Dramatic play props used/made: N/A
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.

Keep the water paint on the floor or wall only.


Procedure: (step by step)
Beginning: How will you introduce this activity?
The activity will be introduced during class as the child will have a bottle in the table and they
will be able to choose the color they want their water to be.

Middle: List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:


What is your favorite color?
Do you want your water paint to be the same color as your favorite color?

End: Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:


When we are done painting lets pick up so we can wash our hands and change our shirt. We are
going to go inside and talk about what we created outside and what color we used We will try
and replicate what we did in a piece of paper.
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
N/A

Activity Planning Form


Curriculum area: Social Studies
Age: 4-5 years
Day of the Week: Thursday
Daily Schedule Time: 10am-10:45am
Planned by: Karolyne Fabian
Title of Activity: Al l together
Rationale for Selection: (Based on childrens culture, family, community experiences, home language,
specific assessed needs and interests) the children will get to share what they look and what makes them
unique.

Goal and Objectives:


For children to appreciate diversity among classmates.
*Anti-bias area
Race, Gender, Culture, Belief
*Anti-bias skill
To value uniqueness of self other and families.
*DRDP measure(s)
Measure: AP; CUL; GEN; R
Materials Needed:
Large paper
Skin type colors
*Teacher Preparation:
Have different colors available at table
Have large paper available at table
*Children Preparation:
Find the color that matches their skin color
*Book used: N/A

Safety: List safety considerations and your plan regarding them.


N/A
Procedure: (step by step)

Beginning: How will you introduce this activity?


The activity will be introduced by talking to the children during circle time about what color
their skin looks like.
Middle: List open-ended questions that the teacher could ask:
What color is your skin? Do we all have the same color skin? I will show the children the colors
that they said their skin color. Does the color look like your skin?
End: Plan for Clean-Up and Transition:
For transition the children will have five minutes to clean up and looking around what other
children have used for their most similar skin color.
List all references used in preparation of this plan:
N/A

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