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BYU-Idaho Preschool Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan #15 Lab 5- Dental Health

Date: 6/5/17

Supervisor: Avery Hathaway/ Kara Blackburn

Lead Teacher:

Sierra Hagar

Children and Learning/Development Goals:

1. Izzy: recognize letters and sounds. Izzy will be encouraged to recognize letters and sounds as she catches ducks outside in the pool.

2. Gabby: recognize letters and sounds. Gabby will be encouraged to recognize letters and sounds as she catches ducks outside in the pool.

3. Landon: fine motor skills. Landon can practice fine motor skills while painting rocks outside, in the creative art area, and while lacing yarn through teeth.

4. Owen: socializing with other. Owen will be encouraged to socialize in the dramatic play area as he interacts with children as he plays with the materials.

5. Julian: English words. Julian will be prompted and encouraged to use English words as he plays with the dinosaurs in the blocks. He can say colors, size, and type of dinosaurs.

6. Mayli: sight words. Mayli will be able to write words in the dramatic play area as well as in the creative arts. Teachers can write simple words down and see if she can read them.

Preassessment and Findings:

I observed Tytan as he brushed the big teeth at the table. He only brushed the bottom teeth and only the top of them. I saw Izzy bring a little mirror over from the dramatic play to put in the mouth and look at the teeth. Jack told Miss Elissa that he likes to brush his teeth. She asked him if he liked to floss his teeth too, and he kept talking about brushing his teeth. Hannah told me that she brushes her teeth so she doesn’t get cavities. I asked her if she knew what a cavity was and she said no. I saw Gabby take the yarn and put it in her mouth to floss her own teeth. I asked Gryffin if he likes to go to the dentist and he said no. The children understand that they are supposed to brush their teeth but I don’t think most of them understand that cavities are holes in their teeth. Children do not know what plaque is, they just know they need to brush their teeth to keep them clean and cavity free.

Ideas to be Emphasized:

1 Dentists count and check our teeth to make sure they are healthy and have no cavities. Cavities are holes in our teeth.

2 Certain foods are good for our teeth, and other foods are bad for our teeth.

3 Teeth need to be brushed morning and night and flossed once a day to keep plaque off our teeth.

Preschool Concepts or Skills:

1. Counting

2. Body parts- teeth

3. Brushing

BYU-Idaho Preschool Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan #15 Lab 5 Dental Health

Date: 6/5/17

Supervisor:

Avery Hathaway/Kara Blackburn

Lead Teacher:

Sierra Hagar

Ideas to be Emphasized:

1. Dentists check our teeth to make sure they are healthy and have no cavities. Cavities are

holes in teeth.

2. Certain foods are good for our teeth, and other foods are bad for our teeth.

3. Teeth need to be brushed morning and night and flossed once a day to keep plaque off our

teeth. Preschool Concepts or Skills:

1. Counting

2. Teeth

3. Brush

Assignments:

Everyone - Self-Selected

Avery- Focus Groups

Whitney- Outdoor play

Elissa- Snack

Brandi- Floater/Runner/Snack

Kara- Photographer

Sierra- Greeter/Walkie (Lead Teacher)

Ellie- Whitney/Avery + Cardon- Kara

SELF-SELECTED ACTIVITIES: 1:20-2:45

 

Literacy Activities/ Books:

Going to the Dentist by Anne Civardi (H C13) Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle (P A11) Sheep out to eat by Nancy Shaw (P W5)

 

Literacy activities will be embedded throughout self-selected groups. Dramatic play will have a sign in sheet, magazines, and teeth charts. Outside they will catch ducks that have different letters on the bottom of them. In creative art they can write with the markers.

Activity Name

Description/Activity Objective

Materials, Special Set-up

*Creative Art:

Activity Description: Children will use tooth brushes and other materials to create their own art. Objective: Children will practice their fine motor skills as they use multiple art materials to create their own art. ( D2, G18. #2) Uses various drawing and art materials. Children will use their creativity as they use varying art supplies to decorate their paper. Intentional Teaching: Teachers will model for the children how to hold scissors correctly as they cut materials.

Tooth brushes(RR1, 78) Markers (RR1, 16) Crayons(RR1, 12) Feathers(RR1, 9) Scissors(RR, 16) Foam pieces(RR1, 9) Pom Poms(RR1, 13)

Paper(RR2)

Tooth brush painter

*Manipulatives:

Activity Description: Children will thread yarn through the holes around the teeth. Objective: Children will practice their fine motor skills as they manipulate the yarn and put it through the individual holes. ( D2, G18, #6)

Manipulates small objects with ease. Intentional Teaching: Teachers will model for the children how to lace yarn through the holes. Teacher’s can use parallel and self talk to encourage children to count the holes as they thread the yarn through them.

Lace teeth (IWP) Yarn (RR1, 9)

Lace up tooth with floss

 

*Math:

Activity Description: Children will count the amount of teeth each mouth has, as they place white beans on the circles around the mouth using tweezers. (circles represent where the teeth go) Objective: Children will practice using their fine motor skills as they manipulate tweezers to pick up beans and put them on the circles where teeth go. (IELG D2, G18, #6) Manipulates small objects with ease. Children will also practice their cognitive skills as they count the amount of teeth each mouth holds. Intentional Teaching: Model for the children how to pinch the tweezers with one hand. Use parallel talk by counting the beans as children lay them on the mouth.

 

Teeth counter

Mouths-(IWP) White beans (IWP) Tweezers (RR1,72)

Science:

Activity Description: Children will use tools while exploring and manipulating pieces of wood. Objective: Children will use their fine motor and gross motor skills as they hammer nails and screw screws into the wood. Intentional Teaching: Model and explain to

Woodworking items (classroom)

Woodwork

 

children how to be safe while using the woodworking tools.

 

Sensory Table:

Activity Description: Children will use tooth brushes to scrub teeth and other objects with shaving cream and water to keep them clean. Objective: Children will use fine motor skills as they scrub objects using toothbrushes and sponges. Intentional Teaching: Model for children how to brush the teeth on top, front, and back. Use self- talk as you brush different parts of a tooth.

Teeth- (RR2, DP #247) Toothbrushes( RR1,78 ) Food- (RR.2, 234) Sponges (RR1,11) Shaving cream (RR1) *children can squirt the shaving cream themselves.

Teeth scrub

Blocks:

Activity Description: Children will build cages and buildings with the blocks. Dinosaurs can get trapped in the cages or can destroy the buildings that the children make. Child Objective: Children will develop cognitive skills and motor skills as they use math concepts and language to manipulate the blocks to make enclosures for the dinosaurs. Children will also develop social/emotional skills as they work together to build enclosures and buildings. Intentional Teaching: The teacher will use self- talk and parallel talk to expose the children to the different names of the dinosaurs and to describe what the teacher or the children are doing as a they match like dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs (RR2)

Dinosaur

Enclosures

*Dramatic Play:

Activity Description: Children will pretend they are at the dentist office. They will check in with the receptionist at the front desk and wait in the waiting room. The dentist will call them back and check their teeth. The receptionist will greet patients, check them in, and make reminder calls. Objective: Children will develop social/ emotional skills as they engage in pretend play to takes on pretend roles and situations, while using appropriate language, tone, and movements. (IELG D1, G15, #1) Intentional Teaching: The teacher will play roles with children that follow routines that are used in dentist offices. Teachers will use a lot of self- talk and parallel talk when in the dramatic play area to describe what the teacher or children are doing.

 

Dentist office

Doctor bin (RR2, DP247 ) Bibs(IWP) Mirrors

Alternatives:

Creative Art:

Description: Children will use stamps to leave marks on their papers.

Stamps (RR1,7&11 )

Stamps

2 nd : playdoh

Description: Children will manipulate playdoh while using playdoh toys.

Playdoh (closet) Playdoh toys (RR2, 124)

ROTATING SNACK 2:20- 2:45

cantaloupe, crackers, water

OUTDOOR PLAY

Location: South Playground

Gross Motor: :

Activity Description: Children will roll the bowling ball into the pins, knocking down as many as possible. Objective: Children will use gross motor skills to throw large ball with some accuracy to knock the pins over. (IELG D2, G17, #5) Intentional Teaching: Teachers will model or use hand over hand to show children how to throw the ball underhand.

Bowling set (GG) Outdoor blocks (GG) *set up- set pins up (draw circles where the pins go) and draw a line with chalk that shows the students where to stand when rolling the ball. Place ball on that line. Use blocks to create lanes.

Bowling

2 nd :

Activity Description: Children will use toothbrushes to paint rocks outside. Objective: Children will practice using their fine motor skills as they paint rocks. Children will use their social skills as they talk about the colors they are using to paint with. Intentional Teaching: Talk to the children about the colors they are using to paint with. Teach children that when you mix certain colors they create new colors by modeling for them.

Paint- W, R, B, Y- RR1

*Rock painting

Toothbrushes (RR1,78) Rocks (IWP)

*set up near big rock by willow hut. Children can paint on the big rocks as well.

3 rd : Duck Fishing

Description: Children will use nets to catch ducks swimming in the swimming pool. Objective: Children will practice their hand eye coordination as they catch ducks in the nets. They will use their cognitive skills as they identify the letters on the ducks they catch. They will also practice their social skills as they talk to other children and teachers. Intentional Teaching: Teachers will use parallel and self talk to identify letters on the bottom of the ducks that are caught. Teachers will identify and talk to children about words that start with

Rubber Ducks- (RR2, 123) Fish Nets (with letters) (RR2,

121)

Splash balls (RR2, 121) Pool (Small shed)

*set up on open grass area by the garden. Lean nets up against the swimming pool and put the rest of the items inside. *children may want to swim!

those letters. CLEAN UP: Sing the cleanup song x2. GATHERING TIME – I’m trying to
those letters.
CLEAN UP: Sing the cleanup song x2.
GATHERING TIME – I’m trying to get a dental assistant to come in and speak to the children.
Transition – Play the song, Brush Your Teeth (youtube), and follow the actions. Pass out toothbrushes for
children to hold while singing and dancing as they make their way to gathering time. (each teacher
will pass out toothbrushes. They will have names on them)
Activity Name
Description
Materials
1.
Going to
Finger play if I was a dentist. (collect
the dentist
toothbrushes)
“How many of you have been to the dentist
x-ray picture (IWP)
Egg carton (RR2, BJ)
Toothpick( IWP)
before? Did you know we are supposed to go to
the dentist 2 times a year? The dentist is one of
my favorite places to go because they clean my
teeth and help keep them healthy.” “The first
thing they usually do when I go to the dentist is
take an X-ray of my teeth. Do you know what an
x-ray is? It’s a picture of our teeth.”(show children
a
picture of a tooth x-ray) “X-rays help dentists
see if you have any cavities. Cavities are holes in
your teeth.”
I
am going to show children how dentists fill a
cavity using a toothpick as a drill, egg carton as
a
tooth, and toothpaste as a filling. Children will
do hand actions for each step of filling a cavity.
2.Food sort
“Sometimes the foods we eat make our teeth
unhealthy and give us cavities. It’s important that
Food (RR2, 234)
Baskets (RR1)
we eat healthy foods that are good for our
teeth. Foods that have a lot of sugars in them are
bad for our teeth because sugar eats at our
teeth and give us cavities, so we can’t eat a lot
of them.”
“Boys and girls I have a big bag of food right
here and I need your help deciding which foods
will keep my teeth healthy and which ones are
bad for my teeth.”
I
will have two different baskets. One basket will
have a happy tooth and another basket will
have a sad tooth. There will be a line of tape
between the two baskets. I will have a bag full of
different foods that are good and bad for teeth.
The children will identify the foods and determine which basket the food belongs in by
The children will identify the foods and determine
which basket the food belongs in by standing on
a certain side of the line.
2.
Brushing
“The foods we eat leave germs on our teeth
and flossing
called plaque. Plaque can give us cavities,
which is why it is really important that we brush
Big mouth & toothbrush (RR2,
DP Doctor bin)
Yarn (RR1,9)
our teeth at least 2 times a day. When we brush
our teeth we have to make sure we brush the
whole tooth, front, back, and top. “
I will use the big mouth and show children how to
brush each part. Children will use their toothbrush
to be brushing their teeth. “Sometimes our
toothbrush cannot reach the cracks between
our teeth and food can get stuck in those cracks.
We have to use floss to get in between our teeth
to make sure all the food particles are gone.” I
will show the children how to floss using the big
mouth and a piece of yarn. Children will pretend
to floss using hand motions.
Transition : Say the poem My Toothbrush and do the actions. At the end of the poem call the names of
one group and send them to their table. Repeat until all groups are gone.
SMALL FOCUS GROUP
Miss Elissa
Miss Kara
Miss Brandi
Miss Whitney
Bruin
Mayli
Gabby
Jack
Izzy
Julian
Jane
Avery
Landon
Macy
Makai
Ellie
Hannah
Ian
Evie
Owen
Tytan
Cardon
Griffyn
Your Activity:
Description: Children will put a little bit of toothpaste
on a tooth brush and scrub an egg (tooth) that has
been sitting in soda overnight. Children will recognize
the effect soda has on their teeth when they don’t
brush them.
Objective: Children will see firsthand the effect soda
has on their teeth and how brushing them keeps
them white. (IELG D1 G8 #1) Identifies objects that
have an effect on other objects.
Intentional Teaching: Teachers will verbally explain to
children that when we drink soda it makes our teeth
turn brown like the egg. We have to brush our teeth
with toothpaste to keep them white and healthy.
Materials
Egg Brush
Eggs (IWP)
Toothpaste (IWP)
Toothbrushes (RR1,
78)

Transition- We are the Dinosaurs Children will dance and follow the actions to the song.

Closing Circle

Activity Name

 

Description

Materials

Activity dice

Children will roll the dice and follow the action that it lands on.

(IWP)

Dental review

I

will have children feed the big mouth foods that are

Food (RR2, 234)

healthy for our teeth. They will put food that is not healthy in a bag.

Simon Says

Children will practice their listening skills by following the action Simon says.

 

The /d/ sound

will have 6 items and 3 of them will start with the letter D. Children will decide if the items start with the /d/ sound.

I

Dog&Cat (RR2, B168) Duck(RR2, 123)

Dinosaur(RR2,166)

Car (RR2, 178) Orange (RR2, 234)

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Numeroff

 

Children will listen to and interact with the book.

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Numeroff (RR2, BB)

Red Light green light

 

Children will change was of movement each time we play. They will move when the light is green, and stop when the light is red.

Red and green light (Closet)

Mouse in a house

 

Children will guess what house the mouse is hiding behind.

(closet)

WORDS TO SONGS & FINGERPLAYS

My Toothbrush

I have a little toothbrush.

I hold it very tight.

I brush my teeth each morning, and then again at night.

I go brush, brush, brush.

And rinse, rinse, rinse,

And then when they're all clean,

I will blow you a kiss!

Dentist If I were a dentist,

I know what I would do.

(Point to self.) I'd tell all the children, "Brush your teeth." (Imitate brushing teeth.)

"Keep a smile like new." (Make a big smile and point to lips.) And if a tiny hole should show,

I'd say, "Climb into my chair." (Make circle with fingers.) I'd make my little drill go buzzzzzzzzzz, And put a filling there! (Point to teeth.)

RESOURCES

Youtube 1,2,3 learn curriculum Pinterest

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