Grade: Toddler Subject: Behavior Management
1. Topic-
How to Play Well with Others and Share with Friends
2. Content-
Each child knows how to interpret social cues to respect boundaries and know how to play well with others.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Learning how to share by asking please and saying thank you
2. Recognizing personal space and how to approach other children
3. Approaching others with respect to play
4. Objectives-
Each child will participate in each activity while learning respectful boundaries and how to share while recognizing other classmates social cues for involvement
5. Materials and Aids-
Aids, Hula-hoops, Visual aids, ball, crayons, paper, book
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

The class will begin with each student sitting in a circle ready to learn the lesson of the day. The lesson will begin with a story of how to share and be nice to friends.

B. Development-

Then two children will be chosen to model how to share a ball or two crayons by passing it back and forth.

C. Practice-

Each student will be given a a hula-hoop and told to stand in the middle of it. This will show them what their personal space means and how to respect those boundaries.

D. Independent Practice-

The children will then be allowed to have free time to play and practice their skills independently to measure or correct any misunderstanding.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Any children with behavioral disabilities will get more one on one instruction showing them how to interact with others in more depth during independent time.

F. Checking for understanding-

Once free time is over, all the children can sit around the table to color a picture of what sharing is to them.

G. Closure-

To wrap up, all the children will explain what they drew and what it means to them.
7. Evaluation-
Following the day after the lesson, children will be evaluated by the teachers to see how well they understood the lesson taught and provide further instruction as needed.
8. Teacher Reflection-
To be Completed after the Lesson.

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