Language Arts, Reading, Technology 4-5 year olds SWBAT listen to, understand, and act out the book: Where the Wild Thing are. Students will have to understand the process of taking digital photos and uploading them to an internet photo album.
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4-5 year olds
SWBAT listen to, understand, and act out the book: Where the Wild Thing are. Students will have to understand the process of taking digital photos and uploading them to an internet photo album.
Power point, Image Expert (or any other photo editing software)
Students will be working on a theme unit based on the literature: Where the Wild Things Are. The students will be using tools, such as: a bean bag, pencils, markers, play dough, paper, computers, digital cameras, etc. This theme unit will integrate into all areas of academics, such as: science, math, language arts, reading, social studies, art, music, and technology.
Jia Paek & Cat Ray (University of Houston)
Cooperating teacher: Mrs. Snead (Golbow Elementary)
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Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak