Stacy Aybar
Mind Map by Stacy Aybar, updated more than 1 year ago
Stacy Aybar
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Education Mind Map on Clothes, created by Stacy Aybar on 15/02/2017.

Resource summary

1 Kindergarten
2 Oral Language
2.1 Ella Sarah Gets Dressed by Margaret Chodos Irvine
2.2 All By Myself by Aliki
2.3 Corduroy by Don Freeman
2.4 What Should I Wear Today? by Jamie Kondrcheck
2.5 I Spy-Group activity asking children what do you see around the classroom.
2.6 How to sew a T-shirt, for kids and adults-Video on how to make clothing. NJSLSA.SA.SL5 Make strategic use of digital media and visual display of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentation.
2.7 Fashion Show & Tell-Children expressing what they are wearing.
2.8 Matching game describing why the children think they match and including patterns.
2.9 Scraps by Lois Ehlert
2.10 Froggy Gets Dressed by Jonathan London RL.K.2 With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
2.11 What We Wear- Dressing Up Around The World by Maya Ajmera, Elise Hofer Derstine, Cynthia Pon
3 Vocabulary
3.1 Toppled- to fall over (Corduroy)
3.2 Fancy- something that looks very nice (Ella Sarah Gets Dressed)
3.3 Elastic- Stretchy (Froggy Gets Dressed)
3.4 Tugged- to pull (Froggy Gets Dressed)
3.5 Texture- the way the fabric feels
3.6 Thimble- a cover for your finger to make sure you don't get hurt with a needle
3.7 Garment- a piece of clothing
3.8 Silhouette- the shape of the clothing
4 Semantic Map SL.K.4. Describe familiar people, places, things, and events, with prompting and support, provide additional detail.
4.1 Summer, Winter, Fall, Spring, Holidays
4.2 Texture, Thimble, Fabric, Garment, Sewing Machine, Thread
4.3 Gym, School, Birthday, Wedding, Graduation, Meeting, Casual, Gala, Sports Game
4.4 Shirts, Pants, Sneakers, Sandals, Blouses, Sweaters, Vests, Suits, Skirts, Shorts, Dresses, Jumpsuits, Boots, Hats, Gloves, Underwear
5 Comprehasion
5.1 What are some types of clothing that you know?
5.2 Why do you think you wear ___ type of clothes during ____ time of year?
5.3 When do you wear ____ clothing and why?
5.4 What kind of clothing are you wearing right now?
5.5 A Venn-Diagram can be used to see what similarities and differences are clothes have.
5.6 A KWL chart can be used to find out what the class knows.
6 Centers
6.1 Turn the Dramatic Play area into a Clothing Store
6.2 Use the writing center to draw images of different articles of clothing
7 Total Physical Response (TPR)
7.1 Have the Children act out the new words that they will learn. (Ex. Pull a rubberband from both ends to explain Elastic.)
8 Word Study
8.1 Have students write Tags for the Clothing Store.
8.2 Have the students write the Signs for the store, like store name, sections, "specials", etc.
8.3 The letter S will be taught by having the children name and identify words that begin with S.
8.4 The letter T will be taught using words found in the different books.
8.5 The letter F will be taught using some of the new vocabulary words.
8.6 Alliteration, Ex. Sarah the Supermodel swayed in her silver skirt.
8.7 Clapping out the syllables of the new words. RF.K.2. Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
9 Writing
9.1 Weave the letters S, F, or T with paper.
9.2 Draw and label your own design.
9.3 Use Needle Point activity to have practice making the letters S, F, and T.
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