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EDUC 112 / 212 LESSON PLAN YOUR NAME: Regina Haynes-Wright TITLE OF LESSON: Musical Shapes SUBJECT: Music Age of children: Pre-K, K SOURCE: - let39s-play-musical-shapes I. Objectives 1. Children will practice recognizing shapes while using gross-motor skills. 2. Children will learn different shapes and their names. 3. Children will learn to listen to directions and follow them. II. Materials Masting Tape Paper Plates Colored Markers Children’s Music Cd Player III. Procedure : 1. Transition : What Shape is this? - sung to "The Muffin Man" Do you know what shape this is, What shape this is, what shape this is? Do you know what shape this is I'm holding in my hand? Circle, Square, Triangle, Rectangle and other shapes. 2. Motivation : Begin by asking the children to name different types of shapes. Show real examples of shapes (circles, hearts, diamonds, squares, rectangles, and triangles). Pass out paper shapes and ask the children what is the shape. Explain the activity and what they will be doing.
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