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One day in our kindergarten Class

By
Kristine Sexton
Kaycee Hennings
Munirah Alsalman
Danika Christen

CLASS SCHEDULE
8:15 a.m. Teacher greets arriving children
Children hang up backpacks and belongings
8:30 a.m. Opening
Pledge of Allegiance, Good morning song, Calendar, Weather, Morning Message
9:00-9:20 Language Arts Instruction
Children write in journals (date, picture, word or sentence to go with
picture)
9:20-9:40 Movement activity
9:40-10:00 Language Arts
10:00-10:30 Recess
10:30- 11:00 Snack time/Quiet time with books
11:00 11:30 Social Studies
11:30 - 12:30 Lunch and Recess
12:30 1:00 Science
1:00- 1:20 Circle time/Transition
1:20- 1:50 Mathematics using manipulatives
1:50- 2:30 Worktime (Learning Centers child and teachers choice)
2:30- 2:50 Clean up
Prepare for dismissal
Evaluation of the day - What did we do today?
Dismissal

CLASSROOM DESIGN

ITEMS IN THE CLASSROOM

Circle time rug

Computers

Teacher desk

Desks/tables & Chairs

Books (library)

Posters/Displayed art work

Sink/drinking fountain

Coat/backpack Cubbies

Trash cans

Craft supplies

Cabinets

Games

Calendar

TEACHERS ROLE

Provide positive classroom environment

Encourage students

Able to improvise on the spot

Creative

Positive role model

Confident

Accepting

Help students apply concepts

Prepare lessons

Presenter

Organizer

Mange Classroom

Disciplinarian

Mentor

Professional

RATIONAL DEVELOPMENTAL
MILESTONES
Physical: manage bathroom needs, dress
themselves, use scissors, skip, play catch
with bigger balls, print name,
Social: listen without interrupting, follow
multiple step directions, take turns, finish
one activity before starting another, pretend
play (imitating adult roles), work
independently
Language: talk in complete sentences, tell
the days of the week, alphabet song and
know letters, tell a simple story/joke,
recognize sight words
Cognitive: categorize objects, count 10 or
more objects, sort objects into categories,

LANGUAGE ARTS
LETTERS TO SANTA
With winter and Christmas approaching,
students will be writing Christmas letters to
Santa. We will begin this lesson with reading
A Letter to Santa and following with a
discussion on the story. Students will need
to write in complete sentences and
demonstrate the conventions of standard
English capitalization, punctuation and
spelling when writing.

Social studies

Turkey Day!
The Thanksgiving story

The ObjectiveTeaching the children the history of thanksgiving holiday.


Teachers role
Tell the story with an excitement way.
Show some pictures about thanksgiving.
Help the kids with the crafts.
Help with art projects, and hang them around classroom
Help with cleaning up the class after finishing.
Students role
Listen to the story.
have fun doing the crafts.
Clean up the class at the end.

Materials

Crafts examples

SCIENCE
THE MITTEN

First, we will have read the story The Mitten by Jan


Brett

Science standard: Answer questions by explaining


observations of the natural world.

I will ask the questions are mittens warm? (The kids will
say yes immediately)

We will then do the Are Mittens warm? experiment

Students will find the room temperature with a


thermometer and record

They will then put the thermometer in the mitten to


record the temperature of the mitten itself

Lastly, they will put their hand in the mitten and record
the temperature of that

Students will see that the temperature of just the


mitten is not warm and we will talk about that mittens
only keep us warm because they trap the heat from our
hands .

MATH
CHRISTMAS TREE COUNTING
To kick start winter break we will be
decorating trees!

Numbering the stars 1-10

Pasting stars on the trees

Matching the ornaments to the number on


the star and gluing them on.

Then paste all their trees in numerical


order on white poster board!