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IN THIS PRODUCT : The focus is on learning about apples while simultaneously learning about the color red.Your child will learn about where to find apples, what we use apples for all while learning pertaining vocabulary and experiencing pretend play that represents real world activities such as visiting apple orchard.
INCLUDED: In depth explanation of activities that you can complete with your child that will expand their knowledge of apples while building fine motor, social-emotional, cognitive, gross motor, and language skills.skills.Also included are modification and extension questions to decrease or increase difficulty of activities that require it.
TO CONTINUE APPLE KNOWLEDGE:
See part two which expands on what is mastered through this product.
My name is Ashley and I am a former preschool teacher with a degree in Early Childhood P-3. I am a mother of a sweet little toddler.
I am a believer in learning through play to build skills needed to progress. This is why you will not find work sheets in my resources. Instead you will find fun activities that help them to learn and you to be an active participant in your child’s learning.
I feel that by implementing this product into your child’s daily play you will be able to help foster your child’s language growth, fine motor strength and cognitive ability. This product is intended for ages 12-36 months. The reason for this large age range is because at the lower age range the goal is to expose your child to new vocabulary, sequences, routines, and experiences. The middle is for improving these skills, and the high end is for mastery. I have included modifications and extensions to activities that it was appropriate to do so.
This lesson plan is intended to be carried out for two weeks as to give your child adequate time to explore and for you to observe and take note of interests that may guide your decision making for family outings. In week two your child may be able to self play with the previously introduced activities.
These activities are intended to promote intentional learning through play and should only be carried out as long as child is interested. We want our children to love learning. If your child becomes uninterested or frustrated they may just not be ready and that is okay. You can try again in a month or two. The important thing is to still encourage learning, exploring new things, and talking and playing together.Thank you and I hope you decide to learn through play with me.