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Monthly Topic Presentation

International
Kindergarten Horizons
Zelengaj 6
10000 Zagreb
www.kindergarten.hr

SCHOOL YEAR: 2016/2017
THEME OF THE MONTH: Farm
GROUP: Ladybirds
TEACHER: Juveline Pavliša
FARM
AIMS: OBJECTIVES:

- enable children to know what is - to learn who lives on the farm
farm
- to recognise animals and
- to understand what to do on the familiar of their products
farm
- practise sensory motor
- to extend vocabulary and skills
develop communication
skills
PARTNERS ON THE
PROJECTS:
Our partners in achieving our aims and goals were Dolphins and Pandas group for sharing
the materials we used and parents for supporting our project.
Introduction of the
topic
House

Materials:

- cardboard
box
- scissor
- scatch
tape
- crayons
Cor
n
Materials:
- corn
- construction
paper
- scissor
- glue
Co
wMaterials:
- cardboard
- scissor
- glue
- cotton
Piggy
bank

Materials:
- tissue roll
- paint
- paint brush
- buttons
Products from
the farm
Recognising
animals
Exploring
farm
Farm
picnic
AIM
- S what is farm
enable children to know

Through reading books The Funny Farmyard and Old
Mcdonald, children knew that farm is an area of land used
for raising animals, growing plants and other crops.

- to understand what to do on the farm

Children learned that on the farm, farmers will raise
healthy crops and animals for a living not only for
themselves but for their population as well. They also
understand that without food, what might happen to us, so
farmer works hard every day to keep plenty of crops and
animal products to avoid that to happen.

to extend vocabulary and develop communication skills

Children learned new vocabulary such as farm, farmer,
crops, products, farmyard and so on. They were extending
these words in a sentence during the discussion and free
play time. Also, through flashcards, they were extending
words.
OBJECTIVE
S
to learn who lives on the farm

- Children learned that not only a farmer lives on the
farm but animals as well such as cow, dog, chicken, pig,
horse and etc.

to recognise animals and know their products

Children recognised and knew animal products such as
milk produces by a cow, an egg produces by chicken and
so on.

to practice sensory motor skills

Through art activities, exploration of various products
from the farm, picnic party and more, children were
practising sensory motor skills in various ways.