Butterfly Lesson Plan Week of 3/21/17

Teachers: Miss Magda & Miss Bethany                 Theme: Babies & Jesus’s Miracles

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

Sing songs with repetitive phrases and rhythmic patterns

Participate in simple sequences of movements and dance to various kinds of music. Link to Movement

Engage in activities that build an understanding of words for location and direction.

Record observations and share ideas through simple forms of representation such as drawings.

Discuss and use vocabulary related to time in relevant activities.


Relate themes and information in books to personal experiences.

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

Connect many kinds/quantities of concrete objects and actions to numbers. 


No school: Teacher Conference




3/21/17 & 3/22/17

Letter S for Slime


Rock A Bye Baby

Our God is so great!


March  Prayer Song: Thank you for the world so sweet!

During free play time: Mix liquid glue and liquid starch to make slime!

Project: Explore and go through a crawling obstacle course in the bike room!

Bible Story: Simon And His Boat- Read Aloud Bible Stories(Vol.2) by Ella K. Lindvall

Pastor Chris reads our Bible story on Wednesday.

Book: I Am A Big Sister by Joanna Cole

How many ingredients did we use to make our slime?

How does each ingredient feel? Do you think they will feel different or the same when they are mixed?

How do babies move around, do they walk or crawl?

Thursday & Friday

 3/23/17 & 3/24/17

Letter B for baby

Monday and Tuesday songs

During free play time: Make Smoothie (requested by the Butterflies)!

During circle time: Look at our baby pictures and discuss what you see.

Project : Draw a picture of yourself when you were a baby.

Bible Story:  Simon And His Boat – Read Aloud Bible Stories(Vol.2) by Ella K. Lindvall


Pastor Chris reads our Bible story on Thursday.

Book:  I Used To Be The Baby by Robin Ballard

Explore how each ingredient looks and  tastes before they are mixed!

How does the smoothie look and taste?

How have you changed since you were a baby? 

What are some of things you can do now and couldn’t do when you were a baby?

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