Classroom Lessons

Week of June 29th- July 3rd

Cooking Lesson: Mini Pizzas

Materials Needed: biscuits, pizza sauce and mozzarella cheese

Art Project: Fire Works

Materials Needed: Black construction paper and chalk

Science Experiments: Fire Works

Materials Needed: Glass of water, 2 tbs of oil, a fork and food coloring

At the Zoo

By Bendon Publishings, read aloud by Mrs. Laura

If I Ran The Zoo

By Dr. Sues, read aloud by Mrs. Jade

Speech Adaptations #3

By Mrs Jenny

Music Michelle

See you in August!

Previous Lessons!

Science Experiment: Clown Game

Materials Needed: Duck tape, clown face (provide), ping pong ball (provided), a bucket, soda bottle cut in half, water and a hose.

Art Project: Clown

Materials Needed: Bag with materials (paper plate, pom poms) and glue.

Daniel Goes to the Carnival

By Angela Santomero, read aloud by Ms. Kari

Cha-Cha Chimps

By Julia Durango, read aloud by Mr. Erik

Speech Class #2

With Speech Jenny

Speech Adaptation Ideas

Music Michelle!

Cooking Lessons: Popcorn Balls

Materials Needed: Bowl of popped popcorn, 4 tablespoons of butter, and marshmallows

Science Lesson: Inflating a Balloon

Materials Needed: Empty water bottle, balloon, vinegar, and baking soda

Dear Zoo

By Rod Campbell, read aloud by Mrs. Marisa

Peek-a-Flap Zoo

By Jaye Garnett, read aloud by Ms. Laura

Music Michelle

A Spoonful of Sugar

Sang by: Ms Michelle

Extended School Year Intro

With Mrs. Jenny

Speech Lesson #1

With Mrs. Jenny

Cooking Lesson: Edible Zoo

Materials Needed: Graham Crackers. Frosting, Animal Crackers, Paper Plate, Knife, and Pull Apart Twizzlers.

Science Lesson: Giraffe Skin

Materials Needed: Paper Towels, Water, Food Coloring, Straw, and Muffin Tin/Cups

Art Project: Giraffe Hand

Materials Needed: Paper, Marker, Scissors, Paint, Bag with Clothes Pin and Pom Pom, and a Paper Plate

Two Cool Cows

By Toby Speed, read aloud by Ms. Teresa

May There Always Be Sunshine

By Jim Gill, read aloud by Ms. Teresa

Music Michelle

Cooking Lesson: Banana Cereal Pops

Materials needed: Banana, yogurt, Fruity Pebbles, and a popsicle stick

Art Project: Caterpillar

Materials Needed: Bag containing the leaf, pom poms, and eyes, and glue

Insectos, Insectos

By Bib Barner, read aloud by Ms. Kari

More Music with Ms. Michelle


If You Give a Cat a Cup Cake

By Laura Numeroff, read aloud by Mrs. Samantha

Storms

By Susan Canizares, Betsey Chessen, Scholastic Inc. read aloud by Mr Silas

Cooking Lesson: Breakfast Tacos

Materials Needed: Pancakes(pre-made), Assortment of Fruit, Cream Cheese, Yogurt, Knife, Spoon, and a Bowl

Science Lesson: Rainbow

Materials Needed: Milk, Cup/Bowl, Dish Soap, small container, and Q-tips.

Art Project: Butterfly

Materials Need: Bag with Coffee Filter and Pipe Cleaner, Markers, and a Cup of Water

Percival the Beautiful Butterfly

By Jill Turner, read aloud by Mrs. Marisa

Worm Weather

By Jean Taft, read aloud by Mr. Silas

Music Class with Ms. Michelle

Cooking Lesson: Walking Tacos

Materials Needed: Pre-made Taco Meat, Individual bag of chips, and spoon

Toppings: Shredded Cheese, Lettuce, Sour Cream, Guacamole

Science Lesson: A Skittle Rainbow

Materials Needed: Water, Skittles, and a Plate

Art Project: Mail a Hug

Materials Needed: Envelope with stamp and paper, and anything else you and your child want to use to decorate their hug!

Percival the Plain Little Caterpillar

By Helen Brawley, read aloud by Mr. Erik

The Book With No Pictures

By B. J. Novak, read aloud by Mrs. Jade

Te Quiero Noche y Dia

By Smriti Prasadam Halls, read aloud by Ms. Kari

Music Class with Ms. Michelle

Science Project: Water Rainbow

Materials Needed: 6 Sheets of Paper Towels, Food Coloring (Red, Blue, Yellow), and 7 Cups

Cooking Lesson: Ants on a Log

Materials Needed: Celery, Peanut Butter, Raisins, and a Butter Knife

Art Project: Thank You Cards

Materials Needed: Construction Paper, markers, crayons, and anything else you want to use to decorate our cards.

Home Exercises

From our PT Mrs. Debbie

The Hungry Caterpillar

By Eric Carle, read aloud by Ms. Laura

What Do You Do with an Idea?

By Kobi Yamada, read aloud by Ms. Amber

Science Lesson: Flower Pot

Materials Need: Pot, dirt, seeds (All included in box)

Cooking Lesson: Dirt and Worms

Materials Need: Pudding pack, Oreo's, gummy worms, Spoon, and a Ziploc bag.


Winter and Spring

Read aloud by Ms. Amber

Art Project: Spring Flowers

Materials Needed:

Flower picture, puff ball and clothes pin (included in box)

Paint and paint trays (not included)

Special Message

By all of us at Lighted Way!!!

Magic Matt and the Dinosaur

By Grace Maccarone, read aloud by Mrs. Samantha

Science Lesson: Shell Less Egg

Materials Needed: 1 Egg and 1 Cup of Vinegar

I've Been Working on the Railroad

Sang by: Ms Michelle

Una día una señora se tragó una rana

By Lucille Colandro, read aloud by Ms. Kari

Cooking Lesson: Peep S'Mores

Materials Needed: Graham Crackers, Chocolate Bar, Peeps, and a Microwave

I'm Not Going to Get up Today

By Dr. Seuss, read aloud by Mrs. Jade

Munch Munch Peter Rabbit

By Beatrix Potter, read aloud by Mrs. Marisa

Science Lessons: The Importance of Washing Your Hands!

Materials Needed: Soap, Bowl, Water, and Table Pepper

It's a Small World

Sang by: Ms Michelle

Dragones y Tacos

By Adam Rubin, read aloud by Ms. Kari

DIY Binoculars

Art Project: DIY Binoculars

Materials Needed: Glue, Construction Paper, String, and Two Toilet paper Rolls

"Stand Back" Said the Elephant, "I'm Going to Sneeze!"

By Patricia Thomas, read aloud by Mr. Erik

Cooking Lesson: National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day!

Materials Needed: Peanut Butter, Jelly, Bread, Plate, and Knife

Art Project: Hearts For Healthcare Workers

Materials Need: Paper, Crayons or Markers, Scissors, and tape

Directions:

  1. 1:Color hearts with crayons or markers
  2. 2: Cut Out
  3. 3: Hang up on window for people to see!


Back to School With Bigfoot

By Martha Brockenbrough and Samantha Berger, read aloud by Ms Laura