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It can be cut in different lengths and sewn on a sewing machine. Why are our clothes not made of metal, Why is a table made of wood and not cloth. How would you feel using a bath towel that is metal or wood. Kindergarten Objects and Materials Science Unit, Lesson 2 Familiar Objects Engage Explore Grade K. Background info, Lesson Objectives Know what is referred to when teacher. Students will be able to recognize and identify familiar objects in. talks about objects and materials, their surroundings and be able to recognize what their main. property is, Curriculum Connection, MOK 1 Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects.
and materials in their environment, a Pose questions about characteristics of objects and material. that lead to exploration and investigation, Materials Resources. scavenger worksheet to mark down objects made of cloth Attached power point. wood metal, Set 10 minutes, Tell students that they will be going on a scavenger hunt. on the playground Explain to them what objects are see. teacher sheet and tell them that they will be looking for. objects that are made of cloth wood metal or a mixture of. all of them Show students an example of each using. familiar materials PowerPoint see power point for this Assessment. Formative assessment using anecdotal, notes to assess group work and. understanding of concepts, Explain to students that they will be looking for things that.
Adapt teaching methods accordingly, are not living. Ask students to look around the room and with a show of. hands they can give an example of items that they see. around the classroom that have these properties, Development 20 minutes. Place the students into groups of three or four and give. each group a scavenger hunt sheet Give students, boundaries for where they are allowed to go and show. them they main meeting point to come to when they hear. you blow the whistle, Tell students when they hear the whistle blow they will. need to come back to the meeting point, As students find objects they should draw a picture of.
what they are seeing and try to label it They should put. the object in the appropriate box on the scavenger hunt. Closure 10 minutes, Call students back to the meeting point and go back to the. Tell students to join up with another group to show each. other what they found on their scavenger hunt sheets and. let them discuss them, Tell students to hand you the sheets because they will be. using them for the next science class, Kindergarten Objects and Materials Science Unit. Lesson 3 Familiar Objects part two Grade K, Extend Explain. Background info, Lesson Objectives Know what is referred to when teacher.
Students will be able to recognize and identify familiar objects in. talks about objects and materials Learn, their surroundings and be able to recognize what their main. what properties some objects are made of, property is. such as wood cloth metal, Curriculum Connection, MOK 1 Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects. and materials in their environment, a Pose questions about characteristics of objects and material. that lead to exploration and investigation, f Sequence or group objects and materials according to one or.
more student selected criteria, Materials Resources. scavenger worksheet that was used in lesson one scissors glue. large poster size chart of the three different categories. markers for writing that may need to be done, Set 10 minutes. Ask students to tell you what kinds of materials an object. can be made out of Look for quiet hands Review that. objects can be made from different materials and, sometimes more than one material Show examples of. objects in the classroom and ask students to tell you what. they think they are made of Assessment, Formative assessment using anecdotal. notes to assess group work and, understanding of concepts.
Development 20 minutes, Assess final poster for a formative. Give students their scavenger hunt sheets from the last assessment for overall understanding. lesson and ask them to cut out their words and pictures concepts by the class. Adapt teaching methods accordingly, Have a poster size chart ready of the three property. categories wood metal and cloth and tell students cut out. their pictures and words from their scavenger hunt papers. and glue them onto the chart in the appropriate box. Closure 10 minutes, Discuss with the class the reasons why they thought those. items should go into those categories Bring attention to. the items that could fit into more than one category. Kindergarten Objects and Materials Science Unit, Lesson 4 Mystery Objects Engage Explore Grade K. Background info, Lesson Objectives Know what is referred to when teacher.
Students will become familiar with some terms used to describe. talks about objects and materials Review, materials by how they feel. descriptive words such as hard soft, smooth rough, Curriculum Connection. MOK 1 Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects. and materials in their environment, d Identify observable characteristics of materials such as color. texture and odor and observable characteristics of objects such. as shape size and weight, Materials Resources, paper bags objects that are soft hard smooth rough. worksheets for lesson, Set 10 minutes, Tell students that materials are used to make objects.
Show examples of this with items around the room For. example paper is an object that we use to wrap gifts or to. color on but it is also a material that can be used to make. a hat Give various examples and ask students to, contribute their own examples Assessment. Collect worksheets and do a diagnostic, assessment to see if students are. Development 20 minutes, understanding the concepts that are being. Put students into groups of three or four Have a paper. bag with one item each of something that is soft hard. smooth rough Make sure there are four paper sacks per. Students will without looking reach into the paper bag. and feel the item inside They will decide if the item is. soft hard smooth or rough and will record their results. on their worksheet, Students will compare their results with students in their. group and discuss what they think the items are, This can be extended into a lesson about opposites.
Closure 10 minutes, Discuss with the class that we can sort objects by similar. characteristics that they have Ask students to share their. results by raising their hand, Lesson 5 and 6 Play Dough Fun Engage Grade K. Explore Extend Evaluate, Background info, Lesson Objectives. To allow students to discover that everyday substances are. composed of parts that make a unique whole, This will be a creative and instructive. Curriculum Connection process in helping students to understand. MOK 1 Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects. that individual parts may have different, and materials in their environment properties than the combined substance.
This is important because children do not, a Pose questions about characteristics of objects and material. appreciate that parts come together to, that lead to exploration and investigation. make a whole that has properties that the, parts do not For children wholes are like. their parts, Materials Resources, play dough recipe have enough ingredients for the class play dough recipe see teacher sheet. Procedure Classroom Management, Set 10 minutes Teacher choose groups pre measure all.
Before beginning this activity place the ingredients on a table that ingredients talk about safety and not. is viewable by students eating the ingredients students need to. Ask Students share play dough tools, Play dough can be used for future. activities in the classroom, Does anyone recognize these items I have placed on the table. Allow response time, What if I told you that we could take these ingredients and make. something that is completely different than the individual. ingredients Do you think that we could do that Do any of you. know what we could make with these ingredients, Development 2 classes. Have pre measured and labeled ingredients arranged on the table Warn. students that they are not making something they can eat Remind them. that although the ingredients are food ingredients it does not mean that. they should be able to eat them Assessment, Formative assessment using anecdotal.
First allow students to approach the table and observe each of the. ingredients being used Once all students have looked at the ingredients notes to assess group work and. have groups of four or five students be responsible for one ingredient and understanding of concepts. allow them to take it back to their desks, Say to students Now you need to look at your ingredient What does it. look like What does it smell like How does it feel Do you think that. once we combine it with the other ingredients it will be different or the. Allow different students to describe each of the ingredients You might. want to write their responses on a flipchart or blackboard Discuss. responses together, With help from students combine all the ingredients in the pan and allow. the students to make observations about the combined ingredients Discuss. observations together, Cook ingredients until the mixture has the consistency of mashed potatoes. Students may help but make sure that they are wearing hot mitts and eye. protection Turn the dough out onto waxed paper When dough is cool. enough to handle allow students to take turns kneading it Divide the. dough among the groups so that all students are able to feel the. consistency of it, Ask students, What does it feel like. What do you think we have made, Is this like any of the starting ingredients Why or why not.
How is this substance different, What would happen if we left out the water Oil Flour. What do you think would happen if we added an extra cup of. How do you think we could find out, Do you think that each of the parts or ingredients that we added. was important, Do you see smell or feel any evidence of the original parts. Do you think that we could divide the play dough back to the. original ingredients Why or why not, Has anyone ever seen parts put together to make a whole. substance that is different Where and what, Be sure to record students observations on a worksheet and discuss their.
responses to these questions with them, Allow students to play with the play dough and make their own. creations As students are working ask them questions such as. Was your creation unique, How did using different parts allow you to make your creature. different than others, How do the different parts or places on the island allow you to. make you creation unique, Closure 10 minutes, review and discuss how parts can make a whole. Would your creation change if you added a new part. Would your creation change if you took a part away. Are the parts that make up your creation needed to make it. Kindergarten Objects and Materials Science Unit, Lesson 7 Marble Art Engage Grade K.
Background info, Lesson Objectives Students should begin to understand the. difference between materials and, Curriculum Connection. MOK 1 Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects. and materials in their environment, c Differentiate between objects and the materials used to. construct the object, Materials Resources, Tin foil pans one per student paper three or four marbles. per students various colors of paint sticky tac, Procedure Classroom Management.
Set 10 minutes Students will only answer questions. Show students all of the materials that will be used Talk about once they raise their hand and they are. each one and ask them if they would consider them an object or called on Call on students by name. material Continue with examples until it seems like concept is Don t give students the materials until. understood the project is being started, Allow students to come forward to get. their paint One at a time, Development 20 minutes, Each student will be given a tin plate piece of paper marbles. Play music in the background while, Attach the paper to the bottom of plate with sticky tac Put a. students are working, few dabs of paint of various colors onto the paper Give. students marbles and tell them to roll the marbles around on. the plate so that they go through the paint to make designs. Once paper is covered with designs students can place their. project to the side to dry Allow students to make one or two. marble paintings, Closure 10 minutes, Talk to students about the materials they used to make their Assessment.
artwork Ask them if artwork is an object that people can use Formative assessment during question. What are the uses for artwork What kind of everyday time to see if concepts are understood. materials did we use to make the object Can any of these. materials also be considered objects, Kindergarten Objects and Materials Science Unit. Lesson 8 Popcorn Tree POE Grade K, Background info. Lesson Objectives This lesson will carry forward to the next. Students will predict observe and explain what they think will. happen throughout the process, Curriculum Connection. MOK 1 Investigate observable characteristics of familiar objects. Kindergarten Objects and Materials Science Unit Lesson 1 I Spy Engage Explore explain Grade K Background info Lesson Objectives Students will identify an object and material in their surroundings Materials are used for creating objects Curriculum Connection

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