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TOPIC
Name
Subject
Grade Level
Date/Duration
Big Ideas
Essential
Questions
PA/Common
Core/Standards
Objective
Bloom's
Taxonomy
Webb's Depth of
Knowledge
(DOK)
Formative &
Summative
Assessment
Evidence

DETAILS
Marissa Douthit
Science
Second Grade
During free time.
Identify objects in nature using sight, hearing, and
touch.
What animal makes that sound?
What animals print is this?
3.1 Biological Sciences
S.K-2.A.1.1.1: Identify a scientific fact as something that
can be observed using the five senses.
Using materials in the discovery box, students will be
able to identify the items in the balloons by touch,
identify the animal noises by sound, and identify the
animal prints by sight.

ISTE Standards
for Students
Framework for
21st Century
Learning
Accommodation
s, Modifications

SUPERVISING
TEACHERS
SIGNATURE

A worksheet will be provided with pictures of the five


objects in the balloon. The students will feel the
balloons and label each picture with the color of the
balloon.
Ten pictures of animal prints will be in the box. Students
will make the animal prints in play doh. Then they will
match the print with the animals name. The name and
picture will be labeled on the back so the student can
check their work.
The students will take turns with the IPad. One student
will play the 16 animal noises. The other student will
list the animals. Then they will reverse roles.
IPad apps.

Modification: A list of animals will be provided for the


sound activity. Then the student will only have to
number the animals.

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Introduction
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Big Idea Statement


Identify objects in nature using sight, hearing, and touch
Essential Questions Statement
What animal makes that sound?
What animals print is this?
Objective Statement
Using materials in the discovery box, students will be
able to identify the items found in nature in the balloons
by touch, identify the animal noises by sound, and
identify the animal prints by sight.
Key Vocabulary
Sound, touch, sight, animal names, plant names

Lesson
Procedure

Providing the Independent Practice


Activity One Touch
A worksheet will be provided with pictures of the five
objects in the balloon. The students will feel the balloons
and label each picture with the color of the balloon. The
students will then write one sentence describing what
the object felt like.
Activity Two Sound
The students will take turns with the ipad. One student
will play the 16 animal noises. The other student will list
the animals. Then they will reverse roles. Then the
students will compare their answers before using the
answer key in their box to check their answers. If the
students have different answers they should discuss why
they thought is was this animal verse the other.
Activity Three Touch
There will be ten pictures of animal prints and ten cards
with the animal name. The students will make the prints
in play doh and label them. After they complete it they
can flip the animal print cards and the animal name
cards over. If the numbers match they had the right
print.

Reading
Materials
Technology
Equipment
Supplies

Franklin is Lost by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark


The students will read the book and discuss how Franklin
could have used his senses while in the woods. The
students will list three ways he could have used to not
get lost.

Evaluation of
the
Learning/Master
y of the
Concept
Closure
Summary & Review of the Learning
Students will compose their work done in this lesson in
one media.
They will then give it to the teacher.

Teacher

Self-reflection