EduPod
3:3

Wash & Count

Dominio:

Children will practice counting to 15 while washing their hands.

Materiales:

  • Songs “Numbers Are Our Friends”
  • and “Wash Your Hands”
  • Soap dispenser with pump
  • Paper towels
  • Bucket
  • Dolfi the puppet
  • Adhesive Numbers 1-15
  • “Body Buddies Say... ‘Wash Your Hands!’”by Leann Wenkman

Metas:

  • To increasingly perform self-care skills independently when dressing, washing hands, and brushing teeth.
  • To show an understanding of why personal cleanliness is important.

Beginning:

  • Gather students together in a circle.Reintroduce Dolfi.
  • Say, Dolfi likes being clean and taking care of himself but sometimes Dolfi needs reminders of how to care for himself.
  • Would you help Dolfi remember how to stay clean?
  • Have Dolfi lead the children through “Wash Your Hands” song.
  • As you are singing, display the Song Chart and use the movements shown in the song’s Gestures and Movements Guide.
  • Sing the “Numbers Are Our Friends” song.
  • Explain to the children that counting will help us wash our hands well!
  • Have Dolfi show the children the soap dispenser, paper towels, and bucket.

Middle:

  • Say: What should we do first? Wet our hands. Good. Now what? Soap. How many pumps of soap do we need? Two, good.
  • Say: Now what? Water, good. Let’s count…1-15.
  • Have each child hold a number and stick the adhesive number to a poster board displayed next to the sink following the number sequence.
  • Last, what should we do? Dry our hands, good. How many paper towels do we need? One, good.
  • Practice the sequence with the children one more time with them imitating you and Dolfi as you go.
  • Take pictures of children washing hands to display on documentation panel.

End:

  • Have the children say goodbye to Dolfi and transition by practicing washing their hands while counting and listening to the song “Wash Your Hands”.

Extensión:

  • Later on, ask the children: What are the steps to getting dressed, brushing their teeth and taking a bath.
  • Have self-care items in the pretend play area for children to play with Dolfi and other puppets to practice self-care routines.
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EduPod 3:3

Wash & Count

Dominio:

Base de Aprendizaje:

Temas: I Can Take Care

Canción: Numbers Are Our Friends

Children will practice counting to 15 while washing their hands.

Materiales

  • Songs “Numbers Are Our Friends”
  • and “Wash Your Hands”
  • Soap dispenser with pump
  • Paper towels
  • Bucket
  • Dolfi the puppet
  • Adhesive Numbers 1-15
  • “Body Buddies Say... ‘Wash Your Hands!’”by Leann Wenkman

Metas

  • To increasingly perform self-care skills independently when dressing, washing hands, and brushing teeth.
  • To show an understanding of why personal cleanliness is important.

Beginning

  • Gather students together in a circle.Reintroduce Dolfi.
  • Say, Dolfi likes being clean and taking care of himself but sometimes Dolfi needs reminders of how to care for himself.
  • Would you help Dolfi remember how to stay clean?
  • Have Dolfi lead the children through “Wash Your Hands” song.
  • As you are singing, display the Song Chart and use the movements shown in the song’s Gestures and Movements Guide.
  • Sing the “Numbers Are Our Friends” song.
  • Explain to the children that counting will help us wash our hands well!
  • Have Dolfi show the children the soap dispenser, paper towels, and bucket.

Middle

  • Say: What should we do first? Wet our hands. Good. Now what? Soap. How many pumps of soap do we need? Two, good.
  • Say: Now what? Water, good. Let’s count…1-15.
  • Have each child hold a number and stick the adhesive number to a poster board displayed next to the sink following the number sequence.
  • Last, what should we do? Dry our hands, good. How many paper towels do we need? One, good.
  • Practice the sequence with the children one more time with them imitating you and Dolfi as you go.
  • Take pictures of children washing hands to display on documentation panel.

End

  • Have the children say goodbye to Dolfi and transition by practicing washing their hands while counting and listening to the song “Wash Your Hands”.

Extensión

  • Later on, ask the children: What are the steps to getting dressed, brushing their teeth and taking a bath.
  • Have self-care items in the pretend play area for children to play with Dolfi and other puppets to practice self-care routines.

Encuesta

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