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Name: Megan Lalone Date: April 04, 2014

Subject Area: Health and Nutrition Grade Level: Preschool


Title of Lesson: Yummy Bunny Total Time: 30 minutes

I. Objectives:
The children will eat a variety of nutritious foods by eating the snacks the
created.
o Skill Physical Development and Health
o Domain Physical Development and Health
o Domain Element Health Knowledge and Practice

The children will recognize how books are read, such as front-to-back and
one page at a tie, and recognizes basic characteristics, such s title, author,
and illustrator by participating in storytelling experience.
o Skill Language and Literacy
o Domain Literacy Knowledge and Skills
o Domain Element Book Appreciation and Knowlege

The children will distinguish healthy and unhealthy foods by participating in a
storytelling experience.
o Skill Physical Development and Health
o Domain Physical Development and Health
o Domain Element Health Knowledge and Practice

The children will use complex and varied vocabulary when describing their
snack.
o Skill Language and Literacy
o Domain Language Development
o Domain Element Expressive Language

II. Materials:
Book: Yummy Bunny by Alloura
Variety of cut up fruits (apples, pears, grapes, bananas, ect)
Variety of cut up vegetables (carrots, celery, peppers, ect)
15 plates
15 pairs of gloves


III. Procedure:
A. Motivation
I will enter the carpet with the book Yummy Bunny by Alloura.
I will introduce the book to the children.
I will read the book to the children.
I will have the children hop to their seats like Bobby bunny after they receive a
wipe.
B. Steps
1. I will have the children each put on the gloves at their seats.
2. I will remind the children that it is important o stay healthy and that
we dont want to share our germs. By wearing gloves we are
protecting the food from our germs so if e touch all of the food on
the plate but only take one they dont all have our germs on it.
3. I will tell the children that we will be creating a Yummy Bunny just
like the one Bobby bunnys mom made for him.
4. I will tell the children that they can use any combination of frits and
vegetables to create a bunny face.
5. As the children finish I will have them stand up at their table and
quietly tell the friends at their table what they used.

IV. Conclusion:
I will have the children say their before snack prayer.
I will have the children eat what they created.

V. Transition:
The children will hop like a bunny.

VI. Follow-Up:
1. Have the children find short healthy and unhealthy foods to feed Bobby
Bunny.
2. Have the children create deviled egg chicks for a snack.

VII. Evaluation/Assessment:
1. Did the children want to eat the nutritious foods?
2. Were the children able to recognize how a book is read?
3. Were the children able to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy
food?
4. Were the children able to use complex and varied vocabulary when
explaining their snack?
Self Reflection:
1. What did the children most enjoy?
2. What did the children least enjoy?
3. If I implemented this lesson again, what would I do differently?

VIII. Early Learning Standards Met:
Physical Development and Health: Health Knowledge and Practice
Literacy Knowledge and Skills: Book Appreciation
Language and Literacy: Expressive Language