This unit is the perfect companion to the classroom favorite Jack and the Beanstalk. Your students will be stomping Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum as they work on hands on activities in literacy, math and art.
Math Skills Include:
How Tall is the Beanstalk-Students will learn the concept of measurement, using non standard measurement tool.
How Tall are They?- Students will identify, describe, and compare by attributes of height. Tall, taller, tallest
How Many?- Students will learn strategies for collecting, organizing and displaying data.
Making Patterns-Students will extend simple patterns by predicting what comes next, with concrete objects.
Students will create simple patterns with concrete objects.
Making Numbers-Students will use one-to-one correspondence and rote counting to determine how many objects are in a set. 1 to 20
Students will demonstrate that the last count indicates how many items were counted.
Language and Literacy Skills Include:
Beginning Sounds-Students will be able to produce a word and identify the initial sound of word.
Say It, Clap It, Snap It-Students will be able to segment words by syllables.
What's the Order-Students will be able to recognize and identify letters.
Ending Sounds Clipping Ring-Students will recognize and identify ending sounds in words.
Jack and the Beanstalk Class Book-Students will demonstrate understanding that writing is used to communicate ideas.
Retelling Story with Art-Students will learn how to visualize story to build comprehension.
Most activities come with a worksheet to enhance learning and assess children understanding of each skill.