S: Child Development internship
FC: by: Shay Centeno | Gardening And planting
1: Gardening themed lessons with preschoolers -ages 2-3 | Tyler age 2 loved these projects
2: Facts <3 about plants and gardening
3: Almost all vegetables come from a small seed in the ground. A majority of fruits grows on trees.
4: Questions you should ask your child!
5: what kind of fruits do you think you can grow in your own garden? | How much fruit do you eat in a day? | What do plants need to grow? | What are the parts of a plant? | What kind of tools do you use in a garden?
6: Vocabulary throughout the lesson :)
7: -Roots -Vine -Stem -Leaf -Petal -Seed
8: Guidelines -use a single object in different ways. -Experiment with tape to discover how to fasten two items together - | Activity: -Pathing Stones- use anything that you can stick into the clay like stones, shells, rocks, marbles.
9: Arts and Crafts
10: Science | Activity: Veggie Dirt! -you will need broccoli carrots, and other veggies you enjoy. - Veggie dip and crackers. layer it and your done!
11: - state that living things need air , food and water to survive. -Enforce the idea that veggies grow from the ground. -
12: Health and Physical
13: Activity: -simon says - grow like a plant :start on the grown , grow roots, guidelines: Provide ample opportunities to sing and learn songs Ask children to select songs and song games Encourage use of rhythm instruments with songs or during play
14: Patterns and themes
15: Offer unique materials for use in creating art projects, such as lace, yarn, or wooden beads Display posters, pictures and other materials that reflect different cultures
17: Activity: Count all the plants we plant in the garden and guess the probability of how many will grow into plants
18: Books you should consider
19: The Magic School Bus Plants and Seeds
21: Sources: Early learning standards www.google.com www.recipies.com