Last updater Sat, 11-Jul-2020
Students will be able to identify some common body parts
- Introduction (10 minutes)
Tell the students you are going to listen to a song to help them review their body parts.Play the Body Parts Song for Kids video. Repeat the video if needed
- Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling (10 minutes)
Review body parts with the students. Go over parts that you feel weren't gone over in the body part song.Introduce the body tracing activity to the students.
- Guided Practice (15 minutes)
Have a student trace you on a piece of paper and help you label your body parts.Display you outline and review each body part—head , arms, legs, chest, hands, and feet—with the students.
- Independent working time (20 minutes)
Have students work in pairs and trace each other.Once they have traced each other, have them label their bodies.
Have advanced students use the backs of their worksheets to write descriptions for whateach body part does.Support: Give struggling students one-on-one assistance with identifying the different body parts.
- Assessment (10 minutes)
Have students complete the Your Body worksheet.Collect the worksheet once they're done working. Review it to assess their understanding.