Butterfly Lesson Plan Week of 10/11/16

Teachers: Miss Magda & Miss Bethany                 

Theme: Fall/Farm Stand

Date Meeting Time Project Literacy Math/Science
Weekly Concepts (MA Guidelines)

Communicate personal experiences or interests.

Explore activities and vocabulary related to movement, balance, strength, and flexibility.

Express themselves freely through movement.


Observe, discuss, and dramatize basic economic concepts such as buying and selling, producing, and consuming.

Use dramatic play, costumes, and props to pretend to be someone else.

Listen to a wide variety of age-appropriate literature read aloud.

Relate themes and information in books to personal experiences.

Use positional language and ordinal numbers (first, second, third) in everyday activities.

Make predictions about changes in materials or objects based on past experience.

Monday 10/10/16

No School- Columbus Day



Tuesday/Wednesday 10/11/15- 10/12/15

Songs: Sammy’s Song

I’ve got the joy down in my heart

October Prayer Song: God made everything I see







Set up our farm stand in the dramatic play area at free play time. Role play being a cashier, bagger, or a customer.

Project: Use stickers, stamps, and index cards to make our pretend money to use in our farm stand.


Bible Story: God Gives His People Bread to Eat (Read-Aloud Bible Stories Vol.3)

Book: At The Supermarket by Anne RockWell

What might you see on a farm stand?

What do you want to buy? How will you pay for your food? 




Thursday/Friday 10/13/15 – 10/14/15

Tuesday and Wednesday  songs


Project: Use glue sticks and paper fruits and vegetables to decorate a sign for our farm stand.

First, think about where you want to place your paper food on the sign, then use a glue stick to stick them down.


Bible Story: God Gives His People Bread to Eat (Read-Aloud Bible Stories Vol.3)

Book:Put It On The List! by Kristen Darbyshire

What can we use to make our paper food stick on the sign?

How does the glue stick work? 



Other Daily Activities Concepts
Free Play

  • Play Dough
  • Puzzles
  • Writing Center
  • Easel painting
  • Blocks
  • Cars/Trucks
  • Housekeeping/Dramatic play
  • Sensory Table
  • Use sense of sight, hearing touch, smell and taste to explore the environment using sensory vocabulary
  • Strengthen hand grasp and flexibility
  • Use eye-hand coordination and visual perception to complete puzzles, draw, paint, write
Bike Room/Playground Build body awareness, strength, and coordination through locomotion activities