CollectCollect this now for later joy I created this monthly lesson plan for my Toddler Classroom. I found it hard to find a good lesson plan I could follow in my class so I decided to format and create my own. It is a pretty thorough lesson plan that includes activities in the following developmental areas:
I wonder if her children visit her? I wonder why the children don't smile at Sarah?
Why does the boy have no mittens? Why is the boy not playing with the other children? I wonder if the boy did see Sarah?
Why was Sarah knitting so many mittens? I wonder who gave Sarah the basket of yarn? Does Sarah have an idea who is leaving her the yarn? She noticed a boy with no mittens waiting of the bus.
Sarah knitted a pair of mittens for the little boy and left them on the spruce tree the next morning. The boy found the mittens and was very happy. The children did not know who was leaving them the mittens.
They stood there and stared at all the mittens. After the kids got on the bus and Sarah walked home she saw a big basket of yarn on her porch.
She still knits mittens for all the children and leaves them on the tree and when she runs out of yarn she finds a new basket of yarn on her porch.
Why did Sarah leave the blue mittens on the tree? Why was the boy so happy? Why did the children look on the branches and boughs every morning? Why did the children just stare at all the mittens on the mitten tree?
Why was there a basket of yarn on Sarah's front porch?
Compare Sarah to your grandmother. Having a neighbor that you don't talk to. Making a gift for someone. Doing something special for someone.Jan 02, · Children love to hear and act out “The Mitten” by Jan Brett.
I love creating new things each year for my lessons and finding new ideas too! Below is a great puppet show based on one of my favorite stories, “The Mitten,” by Jan Brett.
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We read Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. Such a fun story!
We made a coconut tree and placed the letters of our name on the coconut tree using foam letters. We had a WONDERFUL week learning all about scarecrows! We had a blast doing lots of math, reading, and writing activities about scarecrows a Author: A Spoonful of Learning.
Prewriting activities like the ones your children can do with this set of pre K tracing worksheets are a great way to work on fine motor skills. Glue the left cuff and right cuff onto the left mitten and right mitten respectively.
At this point, you can either: Attach one end of a string, ribbon or wool to each mitten so you can hang on the Christmas tree (either by poking a hole in the base and threading the string through or by attaching well with tape).
|Author Jan Brett's Free Activities Pages||Saturday, November 9, I Am Thankful Activities Here is a wonderfully simple activity that I look forward to doing with my class every year. This book is good for so many things.|
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|Scholastic: Children Book Publishing | Scholastic International||We continued to work VERY hard on writing our names by ourselves. I had quite a few students who did not know how to write their name.|
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Take Home: Work with students to make their own 'Mittens' booklet that have the same wording as the class poem. Students work to write in the missing beginning or ending letter from a few of the words on each page (r, m, w, f, l, s, h, y,) and then color the booklet.