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Part 1

To practice lesson planning, create an age appropriate sensory activity for early childhood-aged students. Your lesson plan should include a goal, learning outcomes, materials, and a step-by-step guide on how to complete the activity. You will want to refer back to Lesson 5 to see an example of how to format and create your lesson plan as well as ideas and suggestions.

Title: Slime Letters
Goal: To gain knowledge of letters of the alphabet through sensory play during small group time in the classroom.
Learning Outcome: gain meaning by listening, knowledge and recognition of letters, represents ideas through play, convey letters with meaning, begins to make sense of problems, uses simple strategies to solve issues that arrive,
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Materials: Large numbers from block center
Teacher Instructions: During large group math, students will act out addition problems at “the bus stop”. Students will take turns being the actors, get a number and sit on the bus with another number. Class will solve the problem of how many the numbers will make before getting off the bus. Next student will write the new number (answer) on the dry erase board.

Part 3

To practice implementing art centers, create an age appropriate art center for early childhood-aged students. Your art center should include a description of the center, the necessary materials, where it will be located, how it will be organized, and rules and limits. You will want to refer back to Lesson 8 to see examples of art centers.

Description of art center: The art center is located
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