Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan

Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
Turn Your Classroom/Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom ~ Reading Lesson Plan
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A K-2 Social Studies & Reading How-to-Book Activity and Lesson Plan for the Beginning of the Year

What makes a good reader and writer?

Establishing ELA instruction classroom routines and procedures by motivating student to be good, self-controlled readers and writers.

Subject Area: Reading & Social Studies

Grades: K-2

Strand: American History

Standard: Historical Knowledge

Standards:
K: Compare children and families of today with those in the past.(SS.K.A.2.1)
1st: Compare life now with life in the past. (SS.1.A.2.2)
2nd: Recognize that Native Americans were the first inhabitants in North America.(SS.2.A.2.1)

Learning Objective: The students will see and feel what life was like in the past and better understand that Native Americans were the first to migrate to and eventually live in North America.

Learning Goal: Establish classroom routines and procedures for ELA instruction by motivating good reader and writer student self-control and positive contribution.

Learning Activity: Turn your classroom and/or bedroom into a Stone Age caveroom.

Essential Questions:
1. What was life like for a child my age during the Stone Age?
2. What is the reward for being a positive contribution to my class this year, especially during ELA instruction?

Materials: Make sure you have these materials ready
1. Print out a copy of this book, “Turning Your Classroom or Child’s Bedroom into a Stone Age Caveroom”.
2. Exit Slip (provided)
3. MATERIALS: Required for Simple Cave Wall:
• a sheet of brown kraft (butcher) paper
• clear packing tape or clear push pins
• black marker

4. MATERIALS: Required for Simple Cave
• 4 sheets/sections of brown kraft (butcher) paper
• clear packing tape or clear push pins
• black marker

*See book for optional materials for more elaborate walls and caves

Time Required:
5 minutes as a hook for the lesson
25 minutes for whole group lesson
30-60+ minutes to create the cave wall and/or cave, depending on how elaborate of a creation is desired or time permits

Recommended Grade Range:
K-2; specific social studies standards
3-5; 2 Establish classroom routines and procedures for ELA (and all other subjects) instruction by motivating student self-control and positive contribution.

Assessment: Exit Slip (provided)
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16 pages
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