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My Family Theme
My Family Theme
My Family Theme
My Family Theme
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Hello,
Thank you for purchasing my “My Family” unit on TpT!
I hope that you find everything you need for your “My Family” unit!
Each day includes:
A Book
A Creative Art Activity
A Math/Manipulative Activity
A Science/Sensory Activity
A Music and Movment Activity
A Social Skills Lesson
A Self-Help Skill
A Motor Activity (large, and small motor activities included for each day)
This unit also includes a color matching game, a crayon colors bingo game, and a shopping
game! They are all home-made by me (Ms Christine) ? There are enough pieces for each
game to be played by at least 3 players.
Good luck to you! If you need anything else, please let me know via the TpT website! I
would greatly appreciate your feedback!
Happy Teaching! Love,
Ms. Christine
Total Pages
49
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Week

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On  December 30, 2013Brent Martin (TpT Seller) said:
Great help in planning!
On  February 28, 2014Ms Christine Preschool answered:
Thank you so much for the feedback!
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On  October 28, 2012,  Buyer said:
This seven day lesson had nothing to do with a family other than going to a grocery store. Please tell me how this has to do with teaching students lessons on family?
On  October 28, 2012Ms Christine Preschool answered:
I reviewed my lesson that i posted, and i am unsure what your issue is. I have at least 4 theme based activities per day, obviously creative art wouldn't be a theme-based activity, (otherwise it would not be creative art)

Day 1 includes a book "This Is My Family" by Mercer Meyers, babies at the sensory bin, a classroom discussion about families, and a graph of how many people are in each child's family, and a self help skill on how to fold clothes which is something that happens in each childs family.

Day 2 includes "The Worm Family" by Tony Johnston, household items at the science bin, looking at photos of families, how they are different and how they are the same, and drawing a family portrait.

Day 3 - includes "All Families Are Special" by Norma Simon, a collage using family magazines, Drawing a picture of a home, and washing dishes at the science bin with textured sponges, and creating a class story about a family vacation.

Day 4 includes "Families Are Forever" by Craig Sherman, the Grocery board game, Frosting cookie "families" and working on table manners through dinner-time role play.

Day 5 includes "Happy Birthday" by Robie Harris, a "Where does this go" game with objects in a house and rooms. and exploring people in the science bin.

Every activity every day does not have to go with the theme, kids need variety to keep things interesting, there are many math activities that have to do with building large, and small motor skills. As well as social, and self-help skills that have to do with everyday life for a child. In most settings in early childhood not all subjects are theme-related, as kids need a variety of activities to keep them interested throughout the day.
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On  September 20, 2012,  Buyer said:
Thanks!
On  September 24, 2012Ms Christine Preschool answered:
Thanks for the positive feedback!
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On  October 28, 2012,  Buyer asked:
I would like to know how this has anything to do with a lesson on family.
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On  October 28, 2012Ms Christine Preschool answered:
I reviewed my lesson that i posted, and i am unsure what your issue is. I have at least 4 theme based activities per day, obviously creative art wouldn't be a theme-based activity, (otherwise it would not be creative art)

Day 1 includes a book "This Is My Family" by Mercer Meyers, babies at the sensory bin, a classroom discussion about families, and a graph of how many people are in each child's family, and a self help skill on how to fold clothes which is something that happens in each childs family.

Day 2 includes "The Worm Family" by Tony Johnston, household items at the science bin, looking at photos of families, how they are different and how they are the same, and drawing a family portrait.

Day 3 - includes "All Families Are Special" by Norma Simon, a collage using family magazines, Drawing a picture of a home, and washing dishes at the science bin with textured sponges, and creating a class story about a family vacation.

Day 4 includes "Families Are Forever" by Craig Sherman, the Grocery board game, Frosting cookie "families" and working on table manners through dinner-time role play.

Day 5 includes "Happy Birthday" by Robie Harris, a "Where does this go" game with objects in a house and rooms. and exploring people in the science bin.

Every activity every day does not have to go with the theme, kids need variety to keep things interesting, there are many math activities that have to do with building large, and small motor skills. As well as social, and self-help skills that have to do with everyday life for a child. In most settings in early childhood not all subjects are theme-related, as kids need a variety of activities to keep them interested throughout the day.
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My Family Theme
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