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Composting is a great way to get children involved in recycling. First, they discuss how biodegradable products decompose to make compost. Then, they talk about what can and cannot be composted. They play a game similar to around the...
Students review what they can compost. In this compost lesson, students play a tag game where they must yell out an item that can be composted before they get tagged. They create a song listing these items as well.
Students identify biodegradable items. In this environmental lesson, students participate in a game of tag. A student's name is called out along with a biodegradable item and the student is tossed a ball.
Pupils review what happens when they wipe germs off their hands with a wet wipe. Next, they play a game of tag in which some students are germs and others are wipes. They move around while music plays, stop when it stops, and the wipes...
Young scholars make compost piles out of food left overs, pine cones, packaging and more, and practice the scientific method by planting new seeds in the piles. In this compost lesson plan, students record the results for each pile.
Are you in need of a 5-day unit intended to teach little learners how to count to 20? This is a well-structured complete set of lessons which employ a variety of methods to instruct learners about various ways to count from 1 to 20. They...
Students listen to fingerplay songs, clean hands with Wet Ones wipe or squirt of hand sanitizer, sing Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, discuss what would happen if monkeys were germs on their hands, and use their hands and...
Students study the importance of clean hands and practice the literacy skills of listening, matching, auditory discrimination, vocabulary, and rhyming. They illustrate their rhyme chart with drawings or photos taken doing the different...