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English (Basic)

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Discuss things about eating
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1. What kind of food
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2. Where inside or outside
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3. Cost; what is a good price
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4. People; what friends
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others?movies, going out, date

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Bedroom

08 Aug 2010
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1. Things you do in your bedroom: Sleep, get dressed, homework, listen music, read, play, etc.
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Things in your bedroom: Bed, desk, dresser, closet, clothes, books, CD?s/tapes, etc.
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2. Bring a big sheet or blanket to class and have students lay on the floor beneath it. Read them a bedtime story with the lights off.
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3. After the story, divide the students into teams to see which one can fold the sheet the fastest.
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OR
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4. Bring old clothes for the students to dress up in. Have relay races to see how fast the students can dress and undress. Award the winning team.

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sheet/blanket, storybook OR old dress-up clothes

Taste

08 Aug 2010
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Blindfold a student and feed them a sample of food. Have them point to what it tastes like.
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- Sweet (candy, fruit, cake) Sour (lime, lemon, grapefruit) Salty (potato chips, peanuts, fish sauce, French fries, popcorn, pretzel) Bland (rice, noodles, bread, water) Bitter (orange peel, olive) Spicy (chili, peppers, curry)

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Samples of food, blindfold

Making Crowns

08 Aug 2010
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Have them cut out shape of a crown and decorate it. Staple together and wear on head. Talk about how kings and queens wear a crown. Discuss that crowns are expensive because they are usually made of precious metals with costly jewels in them. Play a game where one student is chosen to wear his/her crown and they must choose the quietest person to reign with them. That person then puts on their crown and chooses another, until the whole class is wearing their crowns.

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Strips of thick paper (about 2 1/2 - 3 inches wide and 20 inches long), crayons/markers, scissors, staples
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Day 1 - Introduce topci and discuss different aspects of birds (types, where they live, what they eat, how they're born, etc.). Preview the activities for the week then read a story about birds. (Example, "Tweety and Sylvester"). Lastly, have the students do a bird craft. For example, color a picture of a bird, cut it out and hang it from the ceiling with a string. Day 2 - Discuss ducks and where they live, what sound they make, feet shape, etc. Read a story about ducks (example, "Sam and the Duck"), and do a duck craft. (See Art Projects 2 book). Play Duck, Duck, Goose game.

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Day 1: Info. On birds, bird book, bird coloring pg., crayons, scissors, string, tape; Day 2: Duck book, paper plates, duck pg., crayons, scissors, tape/glue; Day 3: picture of a parrot, crayons, parrot coloring picture, colored cards; Day 4: picture of a peacock, plain paper, pencils with erasers, crayons; Day 5: pencils, glue, tissue paper, pre-coppied chick picture, nuts, berries, gummy worms, small cups

Cross-stitching

08 Aug 2010
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Show the students how to cross-stitch and show them examples of things that are complete. Explain what the patteren means. Give willing students the chance to try it for themselves. Would they like it as a hobby? Ask if anyone has cross-stiched before and if they would be willing to bring some completed things to show.

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Cross-stitching patterns, needle, material, thread, anything made cross-stitched

Where am I

08 Aug 2010
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Draw pictures and give clues to have the student?s guess where you are:
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1. Desert
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2. Beach
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3. Mountain
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4. Market
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5. School
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6. Library

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