Weekly Planning Form

Week of: November 6, 2016
Teacher: Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Chavez and Miss. Vela

Study Project/Investigation:

Children’s Interest
Sea Animal week
Blocks

Dramatic Play

Toys/Games

To see if children can build an aquarium with
blocks.

The children are acting like if they are running
an animal store or work at the zoo

Blocks, science toys, art center

Art

Books/Writing

Discovery/Science

Sea Animal crafts: Jellyfish painting with
glitter, Sting Rays, Rainbow fish

Rainbow fish, Practicing the letter J,

Making beach bottles

Sand/Water

Music/Movement

Nutrition

Get shells and put sand in them and water
and they can feel the texture

Play with instruments and listen to sea animal
songs. EX. Little Mermaid

Make healthy snacks. Make a jellyfish snack.
Ritz cracker and string cheese

Technology

Outdoor

Other

Go on the chrome books and go on Starfall

Money bars, running, swings, playground,
slides, ball and more

Religion: Learning their X-mas lines there
going to perform.

Family/Community Involvement
Parent/Teacher conferences, inviting the parents to practice their child’s X-mas program lines, parents are invited for their child’s b-day at
school.

Group Time
Songs, stories, games,
discussion, discovery,
introductions, opening,
closing, planning/recall

Monday
Pledge and prayer,
SLE’s, calendar,
weather, letters,
numbers, and ask
what they did over the
weekend.

Tuesday
Pledge and prayer,
SLE’s, calendar,
weather, letters,
numbers

Wednesday
Pledge and prayer,
SLE’s, calendar,
weather, letters,
numbers

Thursday
Pledge and prayer,
SLE’s, calendar,
weather, letters,
numbers

Friday
Pledge and prayer,
SLE’s, calendar,
weather, letters,
numbers, and ask
what you’ll do in the
weekend.

Rainbow fish book

You are my baby:
Ocean

The Little Blue Octopus

Sea Buddies Book

The Ocean Alphabet
book

Blocks, library, writing,
reading, art, dramatic
play, computers, math,
table toys, puzzles,
and music
Read Rainbow fish

Blocks, library, writing,
reading, art, dramatic
play, computers, math,
table toys, puzzles,
and music
Make Sting Rays

Blocks, library, writing,
reading, art, dramatic
play, computers, math,
table toys, puzzles,
and music
Make Rainbow fishes

Blocks, library, writing,
reading, art, dramatic
play, computers, math,
table toys, puzzles,
and music
Make Jelly Fishes

Blocks, library, writing,
reading, art, dramatic
play, computers, math,
table toys, puzzles,
and music
Make a veteran
activity

Police office to come
and speak to the kids

Take a field trip to the
parish office

School mass

Bring in your animal to
school, just in the
morning

The whole school gets
together for adoration

STRAND 1: LANGUAGE

STRAND 1: VISUAL
ARTS
Concept 1: Creates
and Understands
Visual Arts
Remind the children
what letter we’re
learning

STRAND 1: VISUAL
ARTS
Concept 1: Creates
and Understands
Visual Arts
Remind the children
what letter we’re
learning

STRAND 1: VISUAL
ARTS
Concept 1: Creates
and Understands
Visual Arts
Remind the children
what letter we’re
learning

STRAND 1: LANGUAGE

Stories

Small Group
Activities/Centers

Special Activities
Field trips, special
events, guest speaker

Standards

Notes
Reminders, changes,
observation,
individualization,
modifications

Concept 1: Receptive
Language
Understanding
Remind the children
what letter we’re
learning

Concept 1: Receptive
Language
Understanding
Remind the children
what letter we’re
learning

Standards-Based Lesson Plan Format Template
Complete & expand each section for good planning of ONE lesson
Name: Vicky Vela Garcia
Topic/Title: Jellyfish art craft
Target Age Group: 4-5 years’ old
Purpose/Objectives/Outcomes: The purpose of the art craft was to teach the children about sea animals and jellyfish are
one of them. We let the children know that jellyfishes are dangerous animals. The children could see the difference of
both textures of the paint. One paint was glitter paint and the other one was plain.

The students will be able to: finger paint and feel the texture of the paint.

Assessment of student outcomes: The children had fun and they let their classmates know how the paint felt.

Curriculum Expectations/State or National Standards addressed:
STRAND 1: VISUAL ARTS
Concept 1: Creates and Understands Visual Arts
The child uses a wide variety of materials, media, tools, techniques and processes to explore, create and understand art.

Materials/Resources/Technology: Glitter paint, Plain paints, white construction paper, sticker eyes.

Instructional Strategies, Accommodations, and Student activities: N/A
Self-Evaluation/Assessment: I must say, this activity was great because it was art, science and the children learned
plenty about jellyfishes. They also took facts about the jellyfishes.

Skills and student behaviors to be worked on next time: The children’s behavior during and after the art craft was very
well. They got excited to do finger paint and learn about jellyfishes.