LA1- Lesson 55 Oral Language Lesson- Part/Whole relationships
A chair has legs. A chair has a back. A chair has a seat.
Why does a chair have legs? Why does a chair have a back? Why does a chair have a seat?
Let’s play the “What-If” game! What if a chair didn’t have legs? What if a chair didn’t have a back? What if a chair didn’t have a seat?
Do all chairs look alike? Do all chairs serve the same purpose? Can a chair be used for other things?
Let’s talk about something else. Let’s talk about the parts of a mug…
We know a mug has a handle but the other part of the mug doesn’t really have a name. I know! Let’s make up a name for the other part of the mug!
Homework Draw a picture with missing parts. Have a friend identify (or figure out) what the missing parts are! Have fun!
Our Class Song Thanks for learning little stars Do you know how smart you are? So many things to see and do, Learning is fun for me and you. Up in that big brain of yours, Is the key to unlock all doors. Do your best and concentrate, I’m so proud, you’re doing great. Thanks for learning little stars Do you know how smart you are?