Lesson Plan:

All About Red

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October 7, 2015
by Sanayya Sohail

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to identify words that rhyme with red. Students will be able to identify various objects that are red.

Lesson

Introduction (5 minutes)

  • Tell your students that today they will be learning about the color red.
  • Ask your students if they can name any objects that are red.

Explicit Instruction/Teacher Modeling (30 minutes)

  • Go around the class and ask your students to name an object that is red.
  • List the words, along with a drawing, on the board.

Guided Practice/Interactive Modeling (20 minutes)

  • Ask your students to color the pictures and trace the words on The Color Red worksheet.
  • Set the timer to ten minutes.
  • After the timer goes off, have your students cut the pictures along the dotted lines.
  • Go around the class to staple the books together for your students.

Independent Working Time (20 minutes)

  • Ask your students to complete the What Rhymes With Red? worksheet.
  • Ask your students to use the words and illustrations on the board to help them.

Extend

Differentiation

  • Enrichment: Ask your students to write five sentences using the word "red."
  • Support: Take your students around the class in a line. Have them point and touch red objects. Tell them the name of the object. Have them repeat it.

Review

Assessment (10 minutes)

  • Ask your students to draw and write the names of any two objects that are red.

Review and Closing (20 minutes)

  • Get a poster board and a bucket of red paint.
  • Have the students come up one at a time and put their hands in the paint.
  • After that, ask your students to put their hands on the poster board for five seconds.
  • Ask each student to wash their hands with soap and water after putting their hand prints on the board.
  • Ask your students to wipe their hands using paper towel.

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