Butterfly Lesson Plan – week of 10/16/17

Teachers: Ms. Jane & Ms. Sharon
Theme: Apples

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

Use their own words or illustrations
to describe their experiences, tell
imaginative stories, or communicate information about a topic of interest.

Observe and manipulate concrete examples
of whole and half.

Listen to a wide variety of age
appropriate literature read aloud.
Spiritual:  God calls us to listen to him.

Ask and seek out answers to questions
about objects and events with the
assistance of interested adults.

Monday

Songs: “Farmer Brown”
“Yummy Apple Pie”
Prayer Song: “Isn’t He Wonderful?”

Apple Printing on paper plates

Bible Story: 
Adam and Eve
Genesis 2:4
Book: Apple Farmer
Annie
by Monica Wellington

Cut open an apple and discuss what is inside. What shape do you see inside the apple?

Tuesday

Songs: “Farmer Brown”
Prayer Song: “Isn’t He Wonderful?”

Apple Printing on paper plates

 

Bible Story: 
Adam and Eve
Genesis 2:4
Book: 
Apple Farmer
Annie
by Monica Wellington

Cut open an apple and discuss what is inside. What shape do you see inside the apple?

Wednesday

Songs: “Farmer Brown”
Prayer Song: “Isn’t He Wonderful?”
We will be baking apples for snack!

 

Bible Story:  
Adam and Eve
Genesis 2:4
Book: Apple Pie Tree by Zoe Hall

Observe what an apple looks like before and after being baked in an oven.

Thursday

 

Songs: “Farmer Brown”
Prayer Song: “Isn’t He Wonderful?”

We will be baking apples for snack!

Mystery Surprise

Bible Story:  
Adam and Eve
Genesis 2:4
Book: Apple Pie Tree by Zoe Hall

Observe what an apple looks like before and after being baked in an oven.

Friday

Songs: “Farmer Brown”
Prayer Song: “Isn’t He Wonderful?”
Mystery Surprise
(Hint: It has to do with apples)
Bible Story:  
Adam and Eve
Genesis 2:4
Book: A Day at the Apple Orchard by Megan Faulkner