Thursday, 24 January 2013

The Day the Monsters Came to School...

**This unit would be most useful for Back to School work after a long holiday. For Australia it means early February and for the U.S it means August. ** I'll make this a short post since (if you're anything like me) you're either wishing you'd started lesson planning earlier or frantically looking for ready made lessons to help start you off. (this is me ha!)

So I'd like to introduce you to a unit I've recently completed, it is 77 pages and loaded with literacy and math centres which are all in line with specific outcomes. (these are all listed below). It;'s called Monsters! It'll be a sure way to kick off Kindergarten or Grade 1. It is geared towards reinforcing skills already learned or reviewed however, it can be used as an introductory unit to the skills you'd like to teach. Here is a snapshot / preview of the centres and activities included:




Here is a photo of the freebie of the week which I have chosen from the unit. One literacy activity and one math activity! Reading activity:


Math Number order activity:

You can download the freebie here.

Or get the full unit from my store here.

The outcomes covered in the unit are:

Literacy:
1.The learner can engage in a group reading activity.
2.The learner can with support, ask and answer questions about key details.
3.The learner can identify the relationship between illustrations and the text.
4.The learner can answer questions to identify their feelings.
5.The learner can identify with and understand the prepositions in, on, and at.
6.The learner is able to place words in alphabetical order.
7.The learner is able to recognise letters and make words as a result.
8.The learner can recognise subjects and replace them with pronouns.
9.The learner is able to recognise informational texts.
10.The learner is able to comprehend and respond to informational texts. 

Math:
1.The learner is able to recognise addition / subtraction operations and respond to them correctly.
2.The learner can recognise and match digits with the number of objects.
3.The learner can understand basic concepts of multiplication. (beginning)
4.The learner can identify digits and write the correct numbers in order.
5.The learner can recognise basic geometrical shapes.
6.The learner understands the basic concept of a ‘half’ and is able to make halves of basic numbers.
7.The learner can recognise groups and make halves.
8.The learner can make sums and subtractions of a total number given.
9.The learner can respond and solve basic mathematical word problems.
10.The learner can identify the heavier objects by recognising the illustrations.

Hope you enjoyed this post! Wishing you a wonderful remaining January. :)


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