Activity: Ooey-Gooey Oobleck
Children use their sense of touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing to understand the world around them. By stimulating a child’s senses you are helping develop their cognitive, linguistic, emotional, and creative skill-sets.
Rhyming is an early phonological awareness (listening) skill children use to distinguish units of speech. Recognizing rhymes is crucial to reading development. Understanding how we have syllables within words and the ability to discern phonemes (sounds) in syllables are also phonological awareness skills that facilitate literacy.
The learning objectives for this lesson plan are:
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