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Objectives * The student will be able to learn the characteristics of a graph. * The student will be able to record data. * The student will be able to help organize information on a graph. * The student will be able to discuss, compare, and contrast information presented in graphs. * The student will be able to understand the concept of and use language to describe how many, more than, least between and greatest, same and equal to, greater, more, most, less, fewer, and smallest. * The student will be able to create a family tree of their family. * The student will be able to explore their family heritage. * The student will be able to develop an understanding of how their families function and renew their appreciation of various family members. * The student will be able to use small motor skills and counting skills. * The student will be able to use problem solving, observation, prediction, creative thinking and fine motor skills. * The student will be able to understand the five senses and the associated body parts. * The student will be able to recognize how the five senses help them learn about the world around them. * The student will be able to describe different parts of their bodies. * The student will be able to understand how each body part function. * The student will be able to express their feelings. * The student will be able to write, recognize, and spell their first and last name. * The student will be able to understand what they need to keep their bodies healthy. * The student will be able to learn how to use personal hygiene. * The student will be able to learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods. * The student will be able to learn new ways to keep themselves healthy.

Procedures 1. The student will create a mirror painting of themselves by looking in the mirror. 2. The student will create a name picture, by decorating the letters of their name on large sheet of paper. 3. The student will create a body art, by having each student trace another student body on concrete with chalk. 4. The student will play a game with another students, by matching expression on index cards. 5. The student will create a healthy plate, by cutting, and pasting pictures of healthy food from a magazine on to a plate. 6. The student will practice proper hand washing techniques, and brushing teeth. 7. The student will create exercise movements that they can use daily. 8. The student will create a healthy snack (fruit salad) by mixing different varieties of fruit. 9. The student will create a family tree. 10. The student will create a family class book, with pictures of their family, and what they like to do together. 11. The student will create a paper doll of a family member that is special to them. 12. The student will create a picture showing how much they love their family. 13. The student will locate on the map where their ancestors were born. 14. The student will bring pictures from home of family trips they took together, and share them with their classmates. 15. The student will sit in a circle and sing the “1, 2, 3 you Are Friends with Me” song. 16. The student will draw a picture of their family home, and compare their pictures with other family homes. 17. The student will create a family portrait. 18. The student will learn about eyes and what our eyes help us do. 19. The student will look through binoculars, and look around the classroom with their binoculars. 20. The students will use the binoculars that they created and go on a safari hunt. 21. The student will do an experiment with their ears. First they will put their fingers behind their ears, and gently push them toward the front of their face, which will teach them to hear things a little more closely. 22. The student will be making sounds using their body parts such as, their hands, feet, tongue, lips, etc. 23. The student will use their sense of smell to identify contents in a cup. 24. The student will taste various foods and identify them as tasting sweet, sour, salty, or bitter. 25. The student will feel things with their hands, and they will decide on a word that describes how it feels.

Materials
Large chart paper markers
One sweet piece of candy for each student
Handheld mirrors box of many objects of different colors
Scissors glue
Binoculars toilet paper tubes
Crayons paint
Yarn or string different objects that makes different sounds
Six plastic cups six pieces of aluminum foil to cover each cup
The following scents: vanilla flavoring orange peel Chocolate syrup coffee grounds Peppermint vinegar
Dixie cups or small plates (six for each student)
Apples cut into bite-size pieces
Peanut butter chocolate pudding
Potato chips unsweetened chocolate
Lemon wedges sandpaper
Cotton wool
Tape lotion
Satin cup of warm water
Cup of cold water 1 cup of fruity (your choice)
Paper 1 large tree made from butcher paper
Adding machine tape multicultural paint
White paper a large map of the world
Colored sticks (big enough for the child’s name)
Index cards a list from parents where their ancestors were born
Colored pencils family member chart
2 hands one’s voice
Collage trash able materials- boxes, Styrofoam pieces, plastic containers, etc.
Pictures of different types of homes all over the world
Drawing paper felt tip markers
Mirror (full length if possible) Small mirror
Chalk Concrete sidewalk’
Books- You Can’t Taste a Pickle with Your Ear by Hamet Ziefert Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? By Bill Martin The Nose Book by Al Perkins Taste by Patricia Murphy

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