1. Topic-
How Do You Learn Parts of Your Body?
2. Content-
Giving them a song about parts of the body and prepare Flashcards of the parts of the body used in the song
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
Let them know parts of the body.
When they go to a hospital, they should easily explain their matters.
4. Objectives-
Saying different parts of the body
5. Materials and Aids-
The song of Head, Shoulders, Knees &Toes and Flashcards
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Slowly reveal each flashcard card and have your students touch their part of the body (so, when you show the "head" flashcard get everyone to touch their heads).

B. Development-

Lay the Flashcards that you have just taught in front of you, facing your students (or lined up on the board). Randomly touch each card and have your students touch that part of their
body and say the word. Do a final round with the cards in the correct order of the song (so they are basically doing a practice run of the song).

C. Practice-

Everyone stand up. As the song plays the teacher sings and does all the actions, touching
each part of his/her body with two hands in time with the song. Make sure your students
are following along. It's easy and fun so your students will love doing this. Each verse gets faster so by the last verse it will be frantic but great fun.

D. Independent Practice-

Before class, download and print off the reader "The Monster Family" from our website. As you go through each page, point to the pictures, elicit each key body word, and have your
students touch their part of the body as shown in the picture.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Get everyone sitting on the floor and facing the front of the class. Give out body Flashcards so that each student has at least one card (even better is for each student to have two cards). Shout out a random flashcard word (e.g. "ears") with an action (e.g. "ears - handsnup!").

F. Checking for understanding-

To finish off this section of the lesson, give out this worksheet which has the vocab from the song. As your students are doing the worksheets, ask questions (e.g. "Which part of the body is that?", etc.).

G. Closure-

Assign Homework: "Match-Up the body parts" Wrap up the lesson with some ideas from our "Warm Up & Wrap Up" lesson sheet.

This Lesson Plan is available at (www.teacherjet.com)