Dragonfly Lesson Plan – Week of 5/28/18 – Caterpillars

Dragonfly Lesson Plan — Week of 5/28/18

Teachers:  Joy Danison  & Ulli Airey
Theme: Caterpillars

Date

Meeting Time

Project:

Literacy:

 

Math/Science:

 

Monday

Memorial Day – no school

 

 

 

Tuesday

 

Songs:

If I were a Butterfly

Student will take turns to choose a song each day.

Question of the Day: 

Have our caterpillars grown?

Each day, we will learn new things about caterpillars. We will discuss the caterpillar’s body parts and why God created them like this, how the environment they are born in determines their food, and what they look like in the different stages.

Story: “The Butterfly” by Anna Milbourne

Bible Story: “Every Day a Blessing” by Jean Fischer

working on our caterpillar to butterfly journal

life cycle puzzles

 Wednesday

 

Tuesday’s Songs:

Question of the Day: 

Today we are going to Dunback Meadow

Bubbleman coming at 10:30am- Parents and siblings are invited to join us.

 

Each day, we will learn new things about caterpillars. We will discuss the caterpillar’s body parts and why God created them like this, how the environment they are born in determines their food, and what they look like in the different stages.

 

Story: “Butterflies and Caterpillars” by Melvin Berger

Bible Story: “Every Day a Blessing” by Jean Fisher

Visiting Dunback Meadow…will we see any caterpillars? Why or why not?

Thursday

 

Tuesday’s Songs

Question of the Day:

What are the body parts of a caterpillar?

Each day, we will learn new things about caterpillars. We will discuss the caterpillar’s body parts and why God created them like this, how the environment they are born in determines their food, and what they look like in the different stages.

 

Story:“Caterpillars and Butterflies” by Stephanie Turnbll

Bible Story: “Every Day a Blessing” by Jean Fischer

Creating a caterpillar with materials we find in our classroom (supplemented by the teachers 🙂

Friday

 

Tuesday’s Songs

Question of the Day:

Do caterpillars have eyes? Noses? Mouths? 

Each day, we will learn new things about caterpillars. We will discuss the caterpillar’s body parts and why God created them like this, how the environment they are born in determines their food, and what they look like in the different stages.

Story: “From Caterpillar to Butterfly” Deborah Heiligman

Bible Story: “Every Day a Blessing” by Jean Fischer

cooking project

working on our caterpillar to butterfly journal