Lesson Topic/Subject: Dinosaur
Teacher of Lesson: Emily Maki
Approximate Time: 10 minutes/group
- The students will know the process of performing a dig.
- The students will display one to one knowledge of numbers.
- The students will illustrate a three dimensional object on paper.
- The students will know that different bones correspond to different parts of the body.
- "Dinosaur Dig" investigation booklets
- Boards to write on
- Bucket with water
- Paper towels
- Plastic dinosaur bones
- Sand Table
- Paper plates
- Garbage can
- The teacher will tell the students that they will be paleontologists and they will search for dinosaur bones.
- The students will be given a designated space to dig after being shown the tools and given a plate to keep at their feet which they will put their founded bones on.
- The students will perform their dig.
- Students will rinse hands in bucket of water and dry with paper towels.
- Children will sit with investigation booklets on top of writing board with a pencil.
- Children will fill out their booklets.
- Children will discuss what bones they think go to which part of the body.
- Children will perform the dig successfully by using the tools in the correct manner in the sand table.
- Students will count their bones and display their number in their booklet.
- Students will draw or trace their dinosaur bones into their booklet.
- Students, through discussion will describe the different parts of the body that they think their bones come from.
- How did the activity go?
- What part of the activities need revisions?
- Is any reteaching necessary?