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Things That Grow- Althea Davis, Stephanie Deutsch, Brittany Roulo

CONTENT AREAS TYPE OF ACTIVITY FACT/CONCEPT INTERMEDIATE


OBJECTIVE FROM MSU
CURRICULUM. (WRITE
OUT)

AESTHETIC E- Projects Children making prints with Becomeawareofbeautyin


the bottom of water bottles nature
to represent flowers Useavarietyofmaterials,
tools,techniques,and
processesinthearts(visual
art,music,dance,and
drama.)

AFFECTIVE E- Project Children recording their Demonstrategrowingability


growth and talking about it tocareforthemselvesand
over the month meettheirownneeds

COGNITIVE F- indirect teaching through Children completed spring Determinetherelations


related props flower puzzles amongobjects

G- thematic atmosphere The block area was forestry Usediverseapproachestorepresent


objectsorevents.b.Represent
differentobjectsandeventsusingone
materialortechnique.c.Collaborate
withclassmatestoconstructa
representativeobject.
Things That Grow- Althea Davis, Stephanie Deutsch, Brittany Roulo

CONTENT AREAS TYPE OF ACTIVITY FACT/CONCEPT INTERMEDIATE


OBJECTIVE FROM MSU
C.URRICULUM (WRITE
OUT)

LANGUAGE D- discussions Discussion with teachers Participatein


and classmates at large conversationswithpeers
group about how plants andadults.
grow: what they need to
survive

PHUSICAL A- firsthand experiences Children were watering Coordinatewrist,hand,


their plans ginger,finger,thumb,and
eyehandmovements.

PRETEND PLAY F- indirect teaching The PP area was flower Integrateconstructioninto


through related props show with both real and pretendplayepisodes.
fake flowers Reacttoandinteractwith
otherchildreninmake
believesituations.
Takeontheroleattributes
ofbeingsorobjectsandact
outinterpretationsofthose
roles
Things That Grow- Althea Davis, Stephanie Deutsch, Brittany Roulo

SOCIAL B- simulation Animal to habitat Learnhowtocooperate


matching, they had to find (workwithotherstowarda
the partner that matched commongoal).
their corresponding picture