Grade: pre-k
Subject: Nursery Rhymes
Jack and Jill
Word recognition and rhyming

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1. Each student will learn at least two nursery rhymes and be able to repeat.
2. Each student will be able to come up with at least two rhyming words.
Teacher Objectives-
1. Students will be actively engaged in saying/singing nursery rhymes.
2. Each student will suggest new rhyming words to fill in the nursery rhyme.
overesized notebook paper, notecards, and white board
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1. Re-introduce nusery rhyme cube.
2. Recite all nursery rhymes at least once.
3. End on Humpty Dumpty.

2. Lesson Progression-

1. Display Humpty Dumpty on oversized notebook paper.
2. Point out rhyming words (wall/fall) (men/again).
3. Let children come up with new rhyming words.

3. Guided Practice-

1. As the students come up with rhyming words, let them write it on a notecard.
2. They will then place the notecard on the white board so the class can see all the rhyming words.

4. Student Practice-

Displayed through each childs ability to write the word they came up with that rhymes.

5. Learner Accommodations-

This will be necessary for students who don't yet know how to write particular letters. I will write the word for them, which they will then copy to place on the white board.

6. Assessment-

Each student should be able to come up with at least two rhyming words when discussing the nursery rhyme.

7. Lesson Closure-

Conclude by again reciting Humpty Dumpty and acting it out.
Measuring Student Progress-
1. Can each student write their rhyming word?
2. Were they participating in singing/saying the nursery rhyme and class discussion.

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