Monday, December 5, 2011

Fun Class - J for Jelly!

We started the lesson with Greeting Song.
We were learning letter J in this lesson. She traced the capital and small letter J on an A4 paper.

We listened to the phonics song of "J", which went like this:
"Jams and Jellies, j, j, j.... j is the sound of J!"
She picked the pictures of objects starting with "J" out from a bag, and named the objects one by one before pasting on the A4 paper.
(You may get the pictures from this link here)

(this paper will be used in the next lesson where she'll label the picture)
I prompted her on the spelling of "jelly".

Stress the sound of each letter and let the child spell out the word and read the word.
We coloured the phonics sheet together, the nicely coloured pictures at the top of course were done by me, and the scribbles below were her marvelous product!

I did not interfere in her choosing of the colours, but I did tell her not to colour out of the outlines of the drawing.
As the topic for this lesson is "jelly", I bought a few cups of jelly for her and I had prepared an empty jelly cup for the artwork.
I taught her how to paint the base of the jelly cup and print it on the paper. She had fun on it and she even put her thumbprint on it.

After the jelly cup painting, we sang the closing song of "Jelly on the plate", we had fun dancing around with the song.
The lyrics of the song:
Jelly on the plate, Jelly on the plate
Wibble wobble, wibble wobble
Jelly on the plate
Sweeties in the Jar, Sweeties in the Jar
Shake and rattle, shake and rattle
Sweeties in the jar
Sausage in the pan, sausage in the pan
Sizzle sauzzle, sizzle sauzzle
Sausage in the pan
Jelly on the plate, Jelly on the plate
Wibble wobble, wibble wobble
Jelly on the plate

Chloe gave me a kiss to end the lesson :)

The lesson plan:
1) Greeting Song, click here
2) Introduce letter J, kid traces capital and small letter J
3) Kid listens to phonics sound and song of J
4) Kid takes pictures of object starting with letter J, names and pastes the pictures on an A4 paper.
5) Prompting
6) Colour the phonics sheet
7) Jelly cup printing
8) Summary
9) Closing song

Development age: 2 years 8 mths
(every kid learns on his or her own pace, this is just a milestone of my girl as a guideline)


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