Zadania wych-dyd  w Zajączkach na marzec 2020

Tematyka kompleksowa:

1.Oznaki wiosny

– będziemy obserwować  przyrodę  i  szukać oznak nadchodzącej wiosny

– porozmawiamy o wiosennych zmianach przyrody : powracających ptakach, pierwszych wiosennych kwiatach, pączkach na drzewach i baziach

-utrwalimy  znajomość nazw dni tygodnia

– przypomnimy  sobie,  jak ważne jest ubieranie się zgodnie z warunkami atmosferycznymi

-wyjaśnimy  sobie znaczenie powiedzenia „w marcu jak w garncu”

– poznamy  literę g, G, jak garnek lub Gutek, będziemy  wysłuchiwać głoskę g na początku i w środku podawanych wyrazów

– będziemy  czytali  wyrazy i krótkie teksty  z poznanych liter: O, A, L, M, E, T, D, I, K, U, P, Y, B, N, S, G

2.Wszystko rośnie

-porozmawiamy na temat tego, co rośnie wiosną

– poznamy wiele wiosennych kwiatów, dowiemy się, że niektóre kwiaty wyrastają z cebulek

– omówimy  wygląd kwiaciarni oraz zajęcia pracujących tam osób

– zastanowimy się, co jest potrzebne do życia roślinom i  samodzielnie rozsadzimy kwiaty

– poznamy  literę c, C jak cebula lub Celina

3.Pracowita wiosna

-porozmawiamy na temat wiosennych porządków

– poznamy przedmioty, dzięki którym możemy posprzątać w domu, a także te, które pomogą w pracach porządkowych w ogrodzie

– dowiemy się, jak wyglądają popularne wiosenne ptaki: bocian, jaskółka, kukułka, skowronek

– podczas spacerów będziemy obserwować zachowanie ptaków, wypatrywać gniazda wśród gałęzi drzew

4.Realizacja projektu  edukacyjnego:   „Warszawa w czterech porach roku”

– zapoznanie z legendą „ Złota kaczka”  z cyklu Legendy warszawskie

– warsztaty plast-tech z gliną – lepienie kaczki  warszawskiej

– wiosenny spacer po warszawskiej Starówce, zapoznanie z ciekawostkami związanymi  legendami o Warszawie

– zabawy plastyczne „ Cztery pory roku – wiosna”, inspirowany muzyką Vivaldiego

– zabawy badawcze z wykorzystaniem mikroskopu i lup „ Ziarna, nasiona i ziemia”

– zabawa integracyjna dla dzieci „ Warszawa w wiosennych kwiatach”

– warsztaty plast-tech dla dzieci i rodziców na temat „ Warszawskie kamienice”

– spotkanie kulinarne  „Wiosenne smaki warszawskie”

– popołudniowe spotkania z Warszawą w opowiadaniu, w wierszu i  w piosence, zapraszanie rodziców i     ciekawych osób związanych z Warszawą

Angielski w grupie dzieci sześcioletnich Zajączki – marzec

Słownictwo:

before, after, in, on, under

Washing hands: dirty, soap, water, rub, soapy, dry, clean, tovel

Wash  your hands before you eat.

Wash  your hands when you come home.

Wash  your hands in the bathroom.

Wash  your hands after your play.

Rozumienie wyrażeń i kontekstu na podstawie animacji:

smog: air poluttion, breathe, smoke, fog, burning fuels, smoke from facrories, car, chimney, clean energy energy, solar power, wind power.

dishes: cup, bowl, plate, spoon, teaspoon, fork, knife, glass.

spring; bloom,  blossoms, tulip, crocus, galoshes, eggs,  bunny, nest, showers, umbrella.

plant parts: seed, stem, sproud, flowers, leaves, roots

Rozumienie zdań typu:

Flowers bloom in the spring. Look at the blossoms on the tree.

I ilustrowanie ich.

I saw. I slipped.

Wash Your Hands Song

Wash your hands, wash your hands

Everybody come along and wash your hands! (repeat)

Show me, show me your hands, everybody

Show me, show me your hands – are they dirty?

Show me, show me your hands everybody

Time to wash your hands

Rub, rub, rub your hands, everybody

Rub, rub, rub your hands – are they soapy?

Rub, rub, rub your hands, everybody

Time to wash your hands

And we sing Wash your hands,

wash your hands

Everybody come along and wash your hands! (repeat)

Dry, dry, dry your hands, everybody

Dry, dry, dry your hands – are they dry yet?

Dry, dry, dry your hands, everybody

Time to wash your hands

Shake, shake, shake your hands, everybody

Shake, shake, shake your hands – are they clean now?

Shake, shake, shake your hands, everybody

Time to wash your hands

And we sing Wash your hands, wash your hands Everybody come along and wash your hands! (repeat)

Plant parts

Flowers, stem,

leaves and roots

leaves and roots

And all it takes is sun and showers

And the seed grows into a flower.

On, in, under song

On,on, in, in, under, under.

The apple is on the table.

The orange is in the basket.

The banana peel is under my food.

Ups!

I slipped!

On,on, in,  in, under, under.

The monkey is on the box.

The fish is in the bowl.

The bug is under my food.

O, no!

Don’t step on the bug!

On,on, in,  in, under, under.

On, in, under

On, in, under

On, in, under.

Spring is here!

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do you think I know?

I just saw a bluebird.

That is how I know.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do we think we know?

We just saw a bluebird.

That is  how we know.

Do the bird walk.

And strut your things

Do the bird walk.

And flap your winks?

Do the bird walk.

Do anything?

And look around for another

sign of spring.

Spring is here!

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do you think I know?

I just saw a bee.

That is how I know.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do we think we know?

We just saw a bee.

That is  how we know.

Do the bee walk.

And strut your things

Do the bee walk.

And flap your winks?

Do the bee walk.

Do anything?

And look around for another

sign of spring.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do you think I know?

I just saw a ladybug.

That is how I know.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do we think we know?

We just saw a ladybug .

That is  how we know.

Do the ladybug walk.

And strut your things

Do the ladybug  walk.

And flap your winks?

Do the ladybug  walk.

Do anything?

And look around for another

sign of spring.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do you think I know?

I just saw a butterfly.

That is how I know.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do we think we know?

We just saw a butterfly.

That is  how we know.

Do the butterfly  walk.

Do the butterfly walk.

And strut your things

Do the butterfly walk.

And flap your winks?

Do the butterfly walk.

Do anything?

And look around for another

sign of spring.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do you think I know?

I just saw a frog.

That is how I know.

Spring is here! Spring is here!

How do we think we know?

We just saw a frog.

That is  how we know.

Do the frog jump.

And strut your things?

Do the frog jump.

And badda bing?

Do the frog jump.

Do anything?

And look around for another

sign of spring.

Theres some mosquitos!!

Alright frogs tongues out.

To play

ABC Dance With Me”

A is for angry, Angry Dance, Angry Dance, Angry Dance.

B is for bunny, Bunny Dance, Bunny Dance, Bunny Dance.

C is for cowboy, Cowboy Dance, Cowboy Dance, Cowboy Dance.

D is for dolphin, Dolphin Dance, Dolphin Dance, Dolphin Dance.

E is for elbow, Elbow Dance, Elbow Dance, Elbow Dance.

F is for fiddle, Fiddle Dance, Fiddle Dance,

Fiddle Dance. G is for garbage, Garbage Dance,

Garbage Dance, Garbage Dance. H is for hula, Hula Dance, Hula Dance,

Hula Dance. I is for itchy, Itchy Dance, Itchy Dance, Itchy Dance.

J is for juggle, Juggle Dance, Juggle Dance, Juggle Dance.

K is for kickball, Kickball Dance, Kickball Dance, Kickball Dance.

L is for limbo, Limbo Dance, Limbo Dance, Limbo Dance.

M is for marching, Marching Dance, Marching Dance, Marching Dance.

N is for ninja, Ninja Dance, Ninja Dance, Ninja Dance.

O is for ostrich, Ostrich Dance, Ostrich Dance, Ostrich Dance.

P is for penguin, Penguin Dance, Penguin Dance, Penguin Dance.

Q is for quiet, Quiet Dance, Quiet Dance, Quiet Dance.

R is for robot, Robot Dance, Robot Dance, Robot Dance.

S is for seesaw, Seesaw Dance, Seesaw Dance, Seesaw Dance.

T is for tiptoe, Tiptoe Dance, Tiptoe Dance, Tiptoe Dance.

U is for umpire, Umpire Dance, Umpire Dance, Umpire Dance.

V is for vacuum, Vacuum Dance, Vacuum Dance, Vacuum Dance.

W is for wiggle, Wiggle Dance, Wiggle Dance, Wiggle Dance.

X is for xylophone, Xylophone Dance, Xylophone Dance, Xylophone Dance.

Y is for yo-yo, Yo-yo Dance, Yo-yo Dance, Yo-yo Dance.

Z is for zombie, Zombie Dance, Zombie Dance, Zombie Dance.

Let’s go to the zoo

Stomp like elephants!

Let’s go to the zoo.

And stomp like the elephants do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And stomp like the elephants do.

Jump like kangaroos.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And jump like the kangaroos do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And jump like the kangaroos do.

Swing like monkeys.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And swing like the monkeys do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And swing like the monkeys do.

Waddle like penguins.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And waddle like the penguins do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And waddle like the penguins do.

Slither like snakes.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And slither like the snakes do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And slither like the snakes do.

Swim like polar bears.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And swim like the polar bears do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And swim like the polar bears do.

Let’s go to the zoo.

And dance like the animals do.

Let’s go to the zoo. And dance like the animals do.

To tell

The family frog

This is a story about Daddy frog, Mummy frog, Sister frog, Brother frog and Baby frog.

It is hot – very, very hot, and Daddy frog jumps, jumps, jumps, and sits on a leaf in the pond. Mummy frog is hot – very, very hot. So Daddy frog says ‘Come here!’ Mummy frog jumps, jumps, jumps, and sits on the leaf in the pond Sister frog is hot – very, very hot. So Mummy frog says ‘Come here!’ Sister Frog jumps, jumps, jumps, and sits on the leaf in the pond.

Brother frog is hot- very, very hot. So Sister frog says ‘Come here!’ Brother frog jumps, jumps, jumps, and sits on the leaf in the pond. Baby frog ss hot – very, very hot. So Brother frog says ‘Come here!’ Baby frog jumps, jumps, jumps, and sits on the leaf in the pond.

And then – SPLASH – they all fall into the water!