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Teacher

Katie Page

Lead Teaching Date 2/2/16

Activity Area
&
Activity
Title

Block Area:
Trains by the
Farm

Person
Responsible
for Set-up of
Center
(See Teaching
Calendar for
Helpers)

Aubrey

Part One X

Submission Date _1/25/16_

Activity
Outcome/IELG
(This is the skill
you want
children to
practice at this
activity)

Activity
Description
(This is a detailed
description of
what the activity
is and how the
children will be
exploring, playing
and practicing
the activity
outcome)
IELG D3 G28 Age The children will
16 to 38 Months be able to work
CI3: Initiates
and play together
social
with the wooden
interaction with farm and the farm
peers.
animals to see the

cause and effect
IELG D1 G8 Age of their actions. If
6 to 18 Months
they manipulate
CI5:
them or play with
Manipulates
them in a certain
objects to
way, then
experiment with
something will
cause and
happen, so they
effect.
will be able to see

that. They will

also be able to
play with their
peers to see what
they can make
while trying to
have positive
social interactions
with the blocks,
trains, and
animals.

Part Two

Revised Submission Date_2/2/16_

Materials Needed
(Be specific with
item name, the
number you need,
the reference and
location of the item,
and whether you
will be bringing any
of the items)

Book
(Title, author,
reference
number, and
location)

Large Animal Pets


(RR2 Blue #168), and
all Farm Animals
(RR2 Blue #167),
Wooden Farm (RR2
Blocks (Blue) #182),
All Farm Animals
(RR2 Blocks (Blue)
#167), Wooden
Trains (RR2 Blocks
(Blue) #181).

Old MacDonald
Had a Farm by R.
W. Aley (WR, T
A1).

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Set-up, Safety,
Routine
Instructions
(Be specific)

Name of
toddler(s)
planned for in
this activity

Place the wooden Skyler, Landon,


farm in the
and Eli
middle along with
all the extra
animals. Set out
parts of the train
track so the
toddlers can see
it and get excited
about it. Place the
book on the block
shelf so it is near
the animals and
wooden farm.
Make sure all of
the farm animals
pass the choke
tube test, place
everything on the
floor far enough
apart so that
children will not
trip on them, and
remind the
children not to
throw any of the
toys.