Sunnyvale
April 25, 2021, 4:00:00 PM
Sunday
Level 1

Ms. AJ

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Measurment

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Comparison

Visually distinguish between items based on measurable criteria.

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Compare objects by size, length, weight, and capacity.

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Understand that the more units an object has the longer it is.

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Use basic reasoning (and understandings of objects in real-life) to compare objects is terms of weight.

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Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Heavy, Light, Weigh, Weight

Activities:

Compared the weights of different types of balls (marbles, steel balls, ping pong balls) using their hands to determine which is lighter and which is heavier.

Compared the weights of different types of balls on a balance scale.

Tried to figure out different ways to balance the balance scale (make both sides the same weight).

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
Continuation
Geometry
Directionality
Practice directionality and relative position.

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Supporting targets:
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Use directional vocabulary to help describe objects (in front, besides, right, left, top, bottom, etc.).

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Grade:

Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Next, After, Before, First, Last

Activities:

Recreated the teacher's example of beads in a sequence, paying attention to the order of the beads and the type and color.

Created their own sequences and guided the teacher in recreating them (using descriptive words for the beads like color and shape, as well as words like "next" and "after").

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Target 3

Lesson Type:
New
Geometry
Shape
Identify and compare basic geometric shapes, regardless of orientation or size.

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Use measurement properties (length) to help define shapes.

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Grade:

1st

Vocabulary:

Time, Clock, Clock Face, Hour Hand, Minute Hand, O’Clock

Activities:

Discussed the analog clock and its different components, such as the face of the clock, the hands (hour hand and minute hand), and the numbers.

Learned that "o'clock" happens when the minute hand (the longer hand) is on the 12.

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