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BYU-Idaho Preschool Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan #6
Lab 1
Melting

Date: Monday, February 5th 2018


Supervisor: Tori
Lead Teacher: Amber MacPherson 1st Lesson

Ideas to be Emphasized and Overall Developmental Focus:


1. When some solid melts it, like an ice cube, it changes to a liquid.
2. When you touch ice, it may stick on your hands.
3. Today the activities will have a focus on sharing this will helps children build social skills,
this is developmentally appropriate for children ages 4 to 5 years old.

OPENING CIRCLE 8:20 – 8:35 a.m.


Activity Name Description Materials
Book: Big Book I will read From Head to Toe by Eric Carle and From head to Toe by Eric
actively involve the children by having them Carle, Big book (RR2, BC9)
repeat actions from the book.
Movement Activity: I will lead the children in a game of red light Red and Green cut outs of
Red Light, Green green light. The children will start off in a line and lights or the traffic signs (small
Light then move forward to the teacher. Before we outdoor shed)
start the game, I will explain to the children that
we will use our fast walking feet but no running.
“Pretend you are in a car and you are going to
a store.”
“Green light so you can drive to the store.”
“oh no red light stop the car!”

Phonemic The children will sit in a circle. I will sit with the Box with rhyming words inside
Awareness: children and have a box with rhyming pictures (IWP)
In My Box with the word written underneath, inside the
box. I will pick a card from the box and say “In
my box there is a cat” then a child gets to pick
and see if our pictures rhyme.
Music Activity or I will invite the children to stand up and together N/A.
Song or Fingerplay: we will sing the song and do the motions. We will
If you are Happy one verse normal, one fast and one slow.
and you Know It
“If you are happy and you know it clap your
hands, if you are happy and you know it clap
your hands, if you’re happy and you know it
then your face will surely show it, if your happy
and you know it clap your hands.”
Story (non-book): I will tell the story of Goldie Locks and the Three Goldie Locks story helper

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Goldie Locks and Bears by using pictures from the story helper. (RR2, Drawer 8)
the Three Bears
Age Appropriate I will lead the children in a game of Simon Says. N/A
Game: The children will be involved by doing different
Simon Says movements. I will only do Simons says
commands and none without Simon says.

Alternative Game:
Find the mouse
Other: Song The children and I will sing the song 5 Little N/A
5 Little Bubbles Bubbles. The children will be involved in the song
by singing and clapping at parts during the
song.
“5 little bubbles, floating to the floor, one bubble
popped (clap here) and then there were four. 4
little bubbles, round as can be one bubble
popped and then there were 3. 3 little bubbles,
were flying just to you. One bubble popped and
then there were 2. 2 little bubbles were having
so much fun. One bubble popped, and then
there was 1. 1 little bubble, round as the sun until
that bubble popped and now there are none.”

GATHERING TIME 8:35 – 8:50 a.m.

Activity Name Description Materials


1. When solids melt, I will hold out the melted crayon art canvas and Crayon art canvas (IWP)
like an ice cube, it is ask the class to describe what they see. Bowl of ice cubes (kitchen)
called a liquid. “Look at this” Wax (IWP)
“Tell me about the crayons” Wax Melter (IWP)
“What does it look like?” Hair Dryer
I will wait for the children to give some responses Towel (Kitchen)
to the question.
“A solid is something that shape doesn’t
change.”
“A liquid is something that flows freely but has
constant volume, like water.”
After I will tell the children that crayons are a
solid but when heat is applied turn into a liquid,
which is how we get crayon art.
I will then hold out a bowl of ice cubes and wax
and show the children that they are solids as
well.
“Here are a few more solids, ice cubes and
wax.”
“what will happen if we use heat on these
objects?”
I will wait for a few children to answer the
question.
“Let’s see what happen.”
When I say this, I will melt the bowl of ice cubes, I
will use a glass container and hold it up high on

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blocks so all the children can see it, with a hair
dryer and use the wax Melter as well, I will place
a towel underneath so that the wax doesn’t get
on the carpet.
As we go into the next ITBE I will sing this song
I’M A LITTLE ICE CUBE
Tune: “I’m A Little Teapot”

“I’m a little ice cube, frosty and square (make a


square with hands).
I make things cold every- where (act cold).

If I get too warm, I’d better watch out.


Cause I will melt, without a doubt! (melt to the
floor)”

“Let’s sing the song one more time this time


together.”
2. When you touch I will show the children a bowl filled with ice Ice Cubes (22)
ice your skin can cubes. (these will be in the freezer I will ask miss
feel sticky. Tori to get them while we sing the ice cube
song.) I will say the following
“What do I have in this bowl?”
“What do you think we are going to talk about?”
After the children answer these questions I am
going to tell the children that I will pass out an
ice cube to each of them, the support teachers
will help. When you get your ice cube I want you
to hold it in your hands and see how it feels.
(Pass out ice cubes)
“How does the ice cube feel?”
“How does it make your skin feel?”
Have the children get up two at a time to put
the ice cubes back into the bowl and return to
their seats.
“Let’s put the ice cubes back into the bowl so
we don’t get all messy.”
“A teacher will collect your ice cube from you.”
After the children answer these questions I will go
into teaching my ITBE.
“When we touch ice, your skin can feel sticky.”
“This is happening because the ice is taking all
the heat and moisture from your hands.”
“Sometimes if it is cold outside our hands can
feel sticky when we touch a car door if we don’t
have our gloves on.”

Transition to Self- Let’s pretend to be liquids and dance over to an


Selected activity that you like.

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SELF-SELECTED ACTIVITIES 8:50 – 10:05 a.m.
Books:
Spring Thaw by Steven Schnur (RR2, M21)
To Be Like the Sun by Susan Marie Swanson (RR2, R3)
A Busy Year by Leo Lionni (RR2, L27)
Brown Bear Brown Bear by Bill Martin (RR2,M5)
Changes by Marjorie N Allen (RR2, A7)
Chicka Chicka, Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr (RR2, M10)
Do Not Open the Box by Timothy Young (RR2, Y6)
Activity Name Description/Activity Objective Materials, Special Set-up
Creative Art: Activity Description: Hair dryers
*Crayon Art The children will pick a piece of paper and glue Construction Paper (RR1,
@ (4) some crayons to the paper, they can make a Orange, Cabinet 3)
design or just glue them in a row. A teacher will Crayons for Melting (RR1,
then help the children melt their art by using the Cabinets 8)
hair dryer on the art. Since we only have one hair Glue
dryer we will have to make sure the children Set up:
share. This activity will help A with her goal. She Have the crayons on the
will be able to clearly express what she wants to table next to the construction
her peers and her teachers. paper. Have the paper set up
around the table and the hair
Backup: dryer plugged in. Place a
If this activity is too hard for the children we will large piece of paper down to
pull out the melting plates and then children can protect the table.
melt crayons and color on the paper with the
melted crayon.
Language/Literacy Activity Description:
Crayons (RR1, Orange,
Activity: In this activity, the children will have an
Cabinet 4)
Trace your name opportunity to trace their names. The children will
Colored Pencils (RR1, Orange,
(6) be able to choose from different writing utensils
Cabinet 4)
to trace their names. There will be crayons,
Markers (RR1, Orange,
markers, and colored pencils. This activity will
Cabinet 4)
help K work on his goal of writing his name. To
Construction Paper (RR1,
challenge the older children who can write their
Orange, Cabinet 3)
names their will be some words like solid and
Light table (RR1, back wall)
liquid that can be traced.
Set up:
Set the construction paper
and different materials
around the table, make the
table look inviting for the
children. Set this up on the
light table so they can see
better for tracing.
Manipulatives: Activity Description: Marble Works C (RR1, White,
Marble Works @ (5) In this activity, the marble works will be set out 38)
and the children can go through and build Blue towel (kitchen)
different ways to get the marbles to go down the Set up:
pipes. This activity would be really good for O’s Place the marble works out
goal as he works with other children. on the table. Have it set up to
be inviting for the children.

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Place blue towel on table first
so marbles don’t roll away.
Math: Activity Description: Teddy Bears Counters (RR2,
Color Sorting (4) In this activity the children will be able to sort Math, Red, 155)
different colors into groups. There will be different Set up:
colored teddy bear counters that the children Place the bears and the
can sort into groups. This activity will be good for sorting cards on the table.
A’s goal. She can count how many colors and Place some of the teddy
teddy bears are in each group. bears into groups so that they
children will know what they
can do.
Science: Activity Description: Ice Cubes Trays (RR1,
Breaking the Ice The children will have the opportunity to break Cabinets 19)
*@ (5) the ice. The ice cubes will have small toys inside Sensory Balls (RR2, Green,
them that the children will try to get out. There 128)
will be hammers and warm water with droppers Droppers (RR1, Cabinets 21,
that they can use. This activity will be good for T’s Drawer 1)
goal. He will be able to play with older children Warm water (Kitchen)
as they melt the ice. Hammers (RR1, Woodworking
cabinet)
Blue towel (Kitchen)
Set up:
Set the ice cubes in a large
container, have the hammers
around the ice cubes and
place the droppers next to
the bowl of warm water.
Place a blue mat under the
table to collect water. Place
blue towel on the table first.
Sensory Table: Activity Description: Beans (RR2, Green, 131)
Bean table This activity will allow the children to explore Sensory table toys (RR2,
(5) sensory. In the sensory table, there will be beans. Green, 120-121)
The children will be able to explore how the Set up:
beans feel. There will be shifters and scoops for Pour the beans into the
the children to use. This activity will be good for sensory table bin. Place the
R’s goal. She will be able to sound out the letter B sensory toys inside the beans.
for beans.
Blocks: Activity Description: Zoo Animals (RR2, Blue, 172)
Going to the Zoo In this activity, place zoo animals around the Plastic People (RR2, Blue, 175)
(5) blocks. The children will be able to build different Set up:
areas for the zoo animals to live in. There will be Make some area for animals
people in the block area for the children to use to be in and have the people
as well. standing looking at the
animals.
Dramatic Play: Activity Description: Recipe
Bakery In this activity it will be set up as a bakery. There Measuring Tape (RR2, Red,
(6) will be a recipe and measuring cups included so 159)
the children can have math and literacy Bakery Treats (RR2, Yellow,
involved in their dramatic play. There will be toy 228)
cupcakes and cooking toys. This activity will be Bakery (RR2, Yellow, 248)
good for K since he likes cooking, this will help Set up:

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him with his goal as he names the foods he has Set the bakery up, put the
made. treats out and the pots and
Math: In this activity there will, be measuring cups pans. Put the recipe on the
that the students can use and a register with table so the children can see
money that they can exchange for some bake it.
goods.
Literacy: In the activity, there will be a recipe that
the children can look at.
Alternatives:
Creative Art: Description: Playdough (in classroom)
Playdough The children are going to be playing with Playdough toys (RR2, Green,
playdough. They will be able to use different 125)
playdough toys. Set up:
Set the playdough and the
playdough toys out on the
table.
2nd: Description: Puzzles (RR1)
Puzzles! The children with be able to play with puzzles at Set up:
this table. There will be many different types of Set the puzzles up on the
puzzles for the children to take apart and put table have a few different
back together. puzzles set up.

ROTATING SNACK 9:00 – 9:45 a.m.


Snack: Ritz Crackers 4 and ½ cheese stick with water
P: he will have some honey graham crackers (in the allergy free cabinet)

OUTDOOR PLAY 9:10 – 10:00 a.m. Location: South playground

Gross Motor: Activity Description: Hula Hoops (GG, 1st beam


Hula hoops Children will be able to hula hoop outside. The hanging)
teacher will need to make sure that the children Set up:
are not hitting others with the hula hoops. Place the hula hoops outside
against the gross garage
door so that the children can
see them. Set out 3 hula
hoops.
2nd: Activity Description: Scavenger Hunt (WR, Drawer
Scavenger Hunt The children will be able to find things outside. 3)
winter They will look for wintery things like a tree covered Set up:
in snow, a snowman and so much more. The Make sure that there are
@ children will have a list of things that they can find items outside that they
outside. The children will just observe the list and children can find on the
not collect the items. scavenger hunt.
3rd: Activity Description: Stepping Stones (GG. Shelf 7)
Stepping Stones The children will be able to walk across a path Set up:
made out of the stepping stones. The children will Set up the stepping stones
be able to make their own paths with the into different paths that the
stepping stones that they want to walk on. children can walk on.

CLEAN UP 10:05 – 10:15 a.m.

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The teachers will sing 2 verses of Its Clean up Time at preschool. We will also play the cleaning vacuum
song.
Transition to Small After we clean up I will play the Freeze dance on Play a song on the speaker.
Focus Groups the speaker and dance while the children come Song the freeze dance
to the tape. Tell the children to sit on the tape. I
will tell the children we are about to do small
focus and for them to listen for their color group
name to be called. Sing “If your happy and you
know it” but do
“If you’re a yellow circle and you know it find you
teacher, if you’re a yellow circle and you know it
find you teacher and go to small focus now and
go to small focus now.”

SMALL FOCUS GROUP 10:15 – 10:30 a.m.


Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
Miss A Miss L Miss T Miss L
A K E V
A D B J
O B Q W
K A P E
R E T T
E
Your Activity Description & Objective Materials
Paint with Ice *@ Description: 1) Ice cube paint (I
Children will be able to paint with ice. They will be will make
able to paint as the ice melts, this goes with our ITBES. beforehand.)
The children will get to pick what paint ice cube they 2) Card stock (WR)
use and they will be able to paint whatever picture 3) Colors
they want to. Everywhere by
Tana Hoban (RR2,
Support Teachers: H17)
To keep the children focused on the ITBES, ask 4) Colors: How do
questions/comments like you say it? By
“What is happening with the ice cube?” Meredith
“The ice cube is melting which is making the paint Dunham (RR2,
show up on your paper.” D13)
5) Color Zoo by Lois
Ehlert (RR2, E5)
6) Ruby, Violet,
Lime: Looking for
Color by Jana
Bracket (RR2, B44)
CLOSING CIRCLE 10:30 – 10:40 a.m.
We will play we are the dinosaurs on the speaker and We are the
Transition to Closing act it out. After we will sing a song called hands go dinosaurs on
Circle: up. speaker to get
Hands go up song “Hands go up, and Hands go down! I can turn myself children from small
around, I can stand up on one shoe. I can listen, So focus.
can you! I can sit. I’ll show you how! Closing time is
starting now!”

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3 activities
Refer to Opening circle activities
Review Activity: Show the children the crayon art and review the ITBE that goes with it. We will talk
about how the crayons where solids and how when we applied heat it melted the solids and turned
them into liquids.
Movement Activity:
We Are the Dinosaurs
Description: We will get up and do the movements with the song we are the dinosaurs.
Play the song CD Y-17 or on YouTube through my phone.

WORDS TO SONGS & FINGERPLAYS:


If you are happy and you know it
“If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)
If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)
If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands. (clap clap)

If you're happy and you know it, stomp your feet (stomp stomp)
If you're happy and you know it, stomp your feet (stomp stomp)
If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you're happy and you know it, stomp your feet. (stomp stomp)

If you're happy and you know it, shout "Hurray!" (hoo-ray!)


If you're happy and you know it, shout "Hurray!" (hoo-ray!)
If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you're happy and you know it, shout "Hurray!" (hoo-ray!)

If you're happy and you know it, do all three (clap-clap, stomp-stomp, hoo-ray!)
If you're happy and you know it, do all three (clap-clap, stomp-stomp, hoo-ray!)
If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you're happy and you know it, do all three. (clap-clap, stomp-stomp, hoo-ray!)”

Website: https://www.scoutsongs.com/lyrics/happy.html

Hands Go Up:
“Hands go up, and Hands go down! I can turn myself around, I can stand up. On one shoe. I
can listen, So can you! I can sit. I’ll show you how! Closing time is starting now!”

Website: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/399131585711355322

5 Little Bubbles
“5 little bubbles, floating to the floor, one bubble popped (clap here) and then there were four.
4 little bubbles, round as can be one bubble popped and then there were 3. 3 little bubbles,
were flying just to you. One bubble popped and then there were 2. 2 little bubbles were having
so much fun. One bubble popped, and then there was 1. 1 little bubble, round as the sun until
that bubble popped and now there are none.”

Website: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/278026976973373840

I’M A LITTLE ICE CUBE

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Tune: “I’m A Little Teapot”

“I’m a little ice cube, frosty and square.


I make things cold every- where.

If I get too warm, I’d better watch out.


Cause I will melt, without a doubt!”
Website: http://www.preschoolexpress.com/theme-station11/ice-january.shtml

RESOURCES:
Where you found your ideas (people, books, websites,)

http://www.earlychildhoodteacher.org/blog/5-quick-easy-and-fun-phonemic-awareness-
activities/

Pinterest
Tori

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