Hawaii
Saturday
Level 2

Ms. Joan

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Geometry

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Directionality

Practice directionality and relative position.

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

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Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

Above, between, beside, in front of, on top of, below, near, under

Activities:

  • Using the shapes bean bags, students were asked to put on a specific position in the room.
  • Students put the pages of a positional book in order. Then glue the pictures of the butterfly and frog to where the sentence on each page described.

 

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
Continuation
Measurment
Techniques and Formulas
2.M.T.1

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Understand that both an analog and digital clock are tools that measure time.

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Understand that time can be measured in standard units such as hours, minutes, and seconds.

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Grade:

Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

o'clock, analog, digital, hours, minutes

Activities:

  • Students were asked to write analog clock time into a digital format.
  • Students had an opportunity to ask their classmate to show in analog clock what they have written on their whiteboard.
  • Students matched the analog time pictures to the time in words.

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Target 3

Lesson Type:
New
Measurment
Time
Indicate whether an activity is a.m. or p.m. from a given scenario.

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Understand that time is categorized by a.m. and p.m.

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Understand that a day is divided into two halves and that the clock will read the same time twice a day (i.e. a clock will read 12:30 twice a day – once in the a.m. and once in the p.m.)

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Grade:

Kindergarden

Vocabulary:

am, pm

Activities:

  • Students identified activities that happen in the am or pm.
  • Students shared what usually happen during the morning and night.

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