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Selasa, September 26, 2006

TEMA :Tumbuhan Berbunga


Bahasa Melayu

Mendengar cerita

Mendengar puisi

Mendengar perbualan

Mendengar perbualan

Bersoaljawab mengenai puisi dan cerita

Menyebut nama bunga berdasarkan bau

Bersoaljawab berdasarkan lagu

Menyebut huruf mengikut urutan atau secara rawak

Suaikan gambar dengar huruf awal.

Jingsow puzzle bunga

Permainan bahasa , kad huruf jadi perkataan

Memancing huruf awal

Mencantumkan titik-titik menjadi bentuk bunga.

Mewarna gambar bunga

Membuat bunga daripada doh

Menggunting dan menampal gambar bunga.

Menulis huruf awal. Contoh ; _rkid

Menyambung titik-titik membentuk huruf

Bahasa Inggeris

Show and name 4 objects familiar to children witch use the same beginning sounds. eg. Daisy , Doll , Dog

Show and name 3 objects which are familiar to children eg. Sunflower

Listen to words said aloud and match witch picture cards

Children response to simple questions Eg: Yes, Please. with a smile while having eye contact with the person who asked the questions

Go on a nature walk

Make a scrap book

Say flowers name and help them match letters with the first sound of flowers

Sing the alphabet sounds ow interest in, and built on children own observation letter in word

Children read flashcard with simple word

Match with the picture

Join the dotted lines to make flower

Model large anticlock letter movements Eg: Using sky writing, painting etc.

Pendidikan Islam

Menyanyikan lagu 25 Rasul.

Bercerita sirah nabi untuk menerangkan sifat mulia rasul

Bercerita tentang rasul menyampaikan dakwah

Mematuhi peraturan ketika di taman bunga

Mendengar cerita tentang kepentingan tumbuhan berbunga kepada manusia dan haiwan

Menyatakan cara menjaga tumbuhan daripada kerosakan dan kemusnahan

Membersihkan taman bunga

Mengenal dan menyebut huruf jawi yang tidak terdapat dalam huruf hijaiyah

Mencantum dan menyanyikan senikata yang terdiri daripada huruf jawi dan vokal alif, wau, ya

Mencantukan suku kata bagi membentuk perkataan dalam tulisan jawi

Pendidikan Moral

Berbual berkaitan tumbuhan yang mempunyai penciptanya.

Menerangkan bahawa manusia tidak mampu mencipta bunga sama seperti ciptaan tuhan.

Menanam dan menjaga bunga.

Membuat buku skrap

Perkembangan Sosio Emosi

Melukis dan mewarna mimik muka berdasarkan emosi –emosi tertentu

Contoh; gembira, marah, takut, sedih

Melakukan mimik muka mengikut emosi

Bercerita tentang bunga yang disukai.

Perkembangan Estetika dan Daya Kreativiti

Mengkaji tumbuhan berbunga dengan cara membelek, merasa, memanipulasi dan mencadangkan kegunaannya

Gotong royong membersihkan taman bunga.

Bermain permainan,” Kami ingin memungut”

Memungut daun-daun kering mengikut jenis bunga.

Menguli dan membenyuk bunga menggunakan pelbagai bahan

Mozek bunga, capan kelopak bunga dan ibu jari

Aktiviti Kraf:

Pussy Willows painted

Need: Any color construction paper, White Paint, Q-tip, and a marker.

Directions: Draw several branches on drawing or construction paper. Paint pussy willow blossoms with a cotton swab and white paint.

Pussy Willows w/Cereal

Need: Any color construction paper, puffed rice cereal, glue, and a marker.

Directions: Draw several branches on drawing or construction paper. Glue on puffed rice cereal for pussy willow blossoms.

Spool Flowers

Need: Old thread spools, paint, construction paper, and a green marker.

Directions: Make some real neat flowers by painting with spools. The children pick the color they would like and dip the spool in the paint and print it on the paper. After the paint dries draw green lines for stems and made green leaves.

Spring Blossoms

Need: Blue and Brown construction paper, Pink powdered tempera paint, plastic bag, glue, popcorn, and scissors.
Directions: Make a tree on brown construction paper. Cut it out and glue it on blue paper. Put popcorn in a plastic bag with pink powdered tempera paint. Shake!! Pour them onto the table. The children dip popped corn onto glue and then place onto the tree's branches to represent the blossoms.

Coffee Filter Flowers

Need: Coffee filter, Markers (or water color paints), and Green pipe cleaners.

Directions: Give each child 3-5 coffee filters. Have them color (decorate) them with magic markers (or water color paints) If they do a ring around the outer edge it looks really nice. Once they are finished, lay them on top of each other and gather in the center. Twist a green pipe cleaner around the center then let it hang for a stem.

Additional: Make paper leaves for the stems.

Dandelion

Need: Yellow construction paper, Green Construction paper, Brown Construction paper, Glue Scissors, and Marker.

Directions: To make the flower Cut a yellow circle 5" and another 4". From brown paper cut a circle 2 1/2 inches. Glue the circles one on top of the other. Fringe the yellow circles. Make a smiley face on the brown circle. Now, glue the flower onto the stems. Measured each child and make the stems the same height as the child. Then add two leaves and write the child's name on one leaf and their height on the other. These looked so cute along the wall. Above the flowers write the words "Flowers Grow with Love".

Flowers

Need: Cupcake papers, staples, construction paper, pipe cleaner, vase

Directions: Kids like to make flowers for their parents. What you do is take 3 cupcake cups (different colors) and staple them together. Then let the children cut 4 slits around the edges of the cups. Then you clue the cups on a piece of construction paper (color of their choice). Then get a green pipe cleaner for the stem and have them make some leaves. They also look nice if you make several flowers and stick them in a vase.

Sunflowers
Need: 1 large paper plate, Yellow crayon, Brown crayon, small black beans, Scissors

Directions: Have the children color the inside of the plate brown. Then the outside rim yellow. I tell them that they are allowed to scribble today. Then give them some beans and glue, and let them glue them in the center where the brown is. After they dry, I cut around the edge to give it fringe. They look great hanging from the ceiling.

"Hand"y Sunflowers

Need: Construction paper, sunflower seeds

Directions: Children trace hands 3-4 times on yellow construction paper and cut out. Arrange in a circle. Trace and cut out black circle for the center of flower. Add green stem and leaves. This is really effective mounted on dark blue paper. The center of the flower can be painted with glue and have sunflower seeds stuck to it if you wish.

Daffodils

Need: Baking cups, Popsicle stick or pipe cleaner

Directions: Give the children yellow and white paper baking cups. Have them each flatten one of the cups and spread glue on the center portion. Then have them each place a second cup upright on top of the glue to make a daffodil. If desired, let the children attach Popsicle sticks or pipe cleaners for stems.

Daisies

Need: Paper plate, paper, and glue

Directions: Have the children cut out a circle and glue it to the center of a paper plate. Show them how to cut petals in a variety of colors and glue them around the circle to form a daises. Have the children add stems and leaves.

Kazoo Flower

Need: Toilet paper roll hole puncher, 4 in. X 4-in. piece of paper elastic band, colored paper for flower and leaves.

Directions: Punch hole into toilet paper roll about an inch in. Use the piece of paper and attach it to the toilet paper roll using the elastic band. (This must be done on the side that has the hole.) Attach a colorful fringe for the petals and green leaves for decoration.

Popcorn Flowers

Need: Popcorn (popped), Plastic Baggies, Powdered tempera, Green construction paper, Tagboard

Directions: Pop popcorn reserving some to eat after craft is finished!! Put handfuls of popcorn in plastic Baggies and add powdered tempura paint to each one. Shake well to distribute paint all over the popcorn Cut stems and leaves out of green construction paper and glue them to tagboard. Glue on the colored popcorn to make spring flowers.

Raised Flower Painting

Need: toilet paper paper towels, paint paper, paint brush

Directions: After painting a picture of a flowerpot and leaves have the children roll a piece of toilet paper (or paper towel) up in a spiral (snail shape) and dip it into the paint. Apply the toilet paper to the paper in a spiral motion. Glue may be needed to keep the paper in place after it dries.

Finger Print Daisies

Need: Paint, crayons

Directions: Dip the students thumb in white paint for the petals and yellow paint for the center. I turned this into a number practiced had to draw four stems. (4 flowers) and put 5 petals on each flower. A great review for the numbers 4 and 5. The kids counted each others flowers and petals to make certain everyone had done it correctly.

Blooming Bouquets

Need: Eyedropper or Q-tip, coffee filter, green chenille, paper cone

Directions: To make each flower, use an eyedropper or a q-tip to drop colored water onto a coffee filter. When the filter is dry, pinch and twist the center of it to form a bloom. Fold a green chenille stem in half. Twist the ends around the bloom for a stem; then secure with green masking tape. Cut the tip off a paper snow-cone holder (or make your own paper cones) and insert the flowers in the wide end to make a bouquet. We included a little poem with ours.
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Here are some flowers
That I made just for you!

Wheelbarrow Planter

Need: Plastic Scoops from Laundry detergent, Milk Gallon Cap (or buttons, etc...), Glue, Potting Soil, Seeds

Directions: Take the plastic scoop from laundry detergent (wash it ) and glue on each side towards the handle the plastic lid off a gallon milk jug. It makes a little wheel barrow. I hope I spelled that right. Next add potting soil and let the kids plant seeds in it. I always plant either grass seeds or beans because they grow so fast.

Stop and Smell the Flowers

Need: Baking cups, markers, glue, paper, cotton ball, cologne

Directions: Have your children make flowers by coloring baking cups with markers and gluing on construction paper stems and leaves? Spray cotton balls with cologne or air freshener, and have the children glue a fragrant cotton ball to the center of each "blossom." When the flowers are dry, display them on the wall or a bulletin board and invite visitors to "stop and smell the flowers."

Watercolor Flower
Need: White paper, watercolor, scissors, Popsicle stick, green paint, glue
Directions: Have the Children painted a white sheet of paper with watercolors. Then traced 6 circles and 2 leaves on their painted paper and cut them out. The Children can arrange & glue the circles. One being the center and the other 5, the petals. Then paint a craft stick green and glued their flower and leaves to it.

Muffin Cup Flowers
Need: muffing paper liners, paper, glue, scissors
Directions: Children can glue muffin cup liners to paper, add stems and leaves using construction paper. They can make any color or type of flower they want.

Bow Flowers
Need: Paint, paper, bows
Directions: Choose 3 or 4 colors of paint and pour a thin amount into a shallow
dish. Set 2 (package) bows in each dish (the more decorative the bow the more variety of "flower" shapes you will create). Have the children stamp the bows after they have been dipped in the paint, onto a large pre-cut piece of paper. The children can paint the stems and leaves onto the "stamped" flowers. You can also take my green paint and paint grass on the bottom to give this work of art an garden look. It's a good idea to not choose green for a "flower" colors so as not to get too much green in your picture.

Simple Hand Flowers
Need: Construction Paper, Scissors Glue
Directions: Trace around 1 hand on yellow paper, and trace around 1 hand on red paper. Cut them out; these will be the flowers. Cut out a long & short stem out of green paper. Cut out four leaves out of green paper. Glue the cut out hands on the stems on brown paper, add leaves.

Macaroni Flowers
Need: macaroni (rotelle), color rubbing alcohol, food coloring, white construction paper, green maker, glue.
Directions: Color the macaroni with colored rubbing alcohol, let dry.
draw stems on white construction paper. ( You can make clouds and sun on this to if you want.) (Older children can draw this on the paper themselves). Let the children glue the macaroni on the top of the stems.
Other suggestions for background (glue cotton balls for clouds and use light blue construction paper, have them cut a yellow circle for the sun.)

Flower Painting
Need: Wild flowers/ weeds, paint, and paper
Directions: Take the children outside to pick flowers. Bring the flowers inside. Give each child a piece of white paper and some paint on a paper plate. One color per plate. Let the children dip the flower into the paint, then paint with the flower. Makes beautiful pictures.

Hands and Feet Flowers
Need: paper, scissors, glue, pencil, feet and hands
Directions: Trace each child's hands on any color paper. The more hands they have the more petals their flowers will have. Cut them out. Trace their feet each once onto green paper. Cut them out. Have children glue hands in circular pattern onto
construction paper either overlapping the palms or around a precut circle that will contrast with the color of background and color of petals. Add a green stem and the feet leaves.

Flower Prints
Need: Plastic soda bottle, paint, paper, paint brushes.
Directions: The children can create their own flower prints by painting with the bottom of soda bottles. Dip the soda bottle into a shallow pan of paint. Then press it onto a piece of paper. Now make a stem and leaves using a paint brush.

Smashing Flower Prints
Need: real flowers, white construction paper, plastic (such as laminating film), hammer.
Directions: Have children pick flowers and arrange them on the paper. Cover with clear plastic. Hit flowers with hammer (Adult Supervision). Color from the flowers will make prints on the paper. This can also be done with leaves in the fall.

Tissue and Starch Flowers
Need: tissue, real flowers, liquid starch, pain brush, and paper
Directions:
Take a small bunch of real flowers. Lay them on construction paper. Take a facial tissue and put over the top of the flowers. Paint starch over the entire
thing. It dries clear and it makes a beautiful picture

Flower Printing
Need: Paper, Liquid tempera, Flowers (fresh), Shallow pans (pie tin or cake pan)
Directions: Give each child a piece of paper. Put three or four different colors of paint into shallow pans. Let child gently dip a flower into paint. Blot flower on paper. Gently here, also. Repeat and repeat to see the light effect.

Daisy Doodle
Need: flowers, leafs, other outdoor things, paper, paint, and a place to put the paint that the children can can press things in (I like to use cheap metal pie pans.)
Directions: Place the paint containers on your craft table. Then let the children gather flowers, leafs, branches, and anything else they can find. Then let the children press there things in the paint and onto the paper it tends to make a very pretty paper.

Nyanyian:

Mendengar lagu dan membuat gerakan badan

Menyanyi mengikut irama

Meniru corak irama yang dilagukan oleh guru

Memainkan alat-alat muzik gendering mengikut irama

Menyanyikan lagu dengan melahirkan perasaan dengan nada a) kuat – perlahan, Cepat – lambat , tinggi – rendah

Flowers

Sung to: "Sing a Song of Sixpence"

Sing a song of flowers, flowers all around.
Flowers that are growing, growing in the ground
Flowers of each color make a pretty view.
Red and orange and yellow.
And blue and purple, too.

Dandelions

Sung to: "Mary Had A Little Lamb"

Once there was a dandy lady, Dandy lady, dandy lady,
Once there was a dandy lady, Who loved to dance, they say.
She had beautiful hair of gold,........
.......... And loved to dance all day.
As time passed by and she grew old,........
......... Her hair all turned to grey.
Now when the dandy lady dances,........
.........Her hair all blows away.

Plants

Sung to: "The Farmer In The Dell"

The farmer plants the seeds
The farmer plants the seeds
Hi, Ho and Cherry O
The farmer plants the seeds
The rain begins to fall
The sun begins to shine
The plants begin to grow
The buds all open up
The flowers smile at me

Flower Garden

Sung to: "The Farmer In The Dell"

The farmer plants the seeds
The Farmer plants the seeds
Hi, Ho and Cheery O
The farmer plants the seeds.

(Use the following verses.)
The sun begins to shine
The rain begins to fall
The plants begin to grow
The flowers smile at us

Parts of the plants

Sung to: "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes"

Do you know the parts of plants, parts of plants?
Do you know the parts of plants, parts of plants?
All kinds of plants that grow and grow and grow.
Do you know the parts of plants, parts of plants?

The roots hold the plant in place, plant in place.
The roots hold the plant in place, plant in place.
The roots store food and water too.
The roots hold the plant in place, plant in place.

The stem moves water up the plant, up the plant.
The stem moves water up the plant, up the plant.
The stem brings water to the leaves.
The stem moves water up the plant, up the plant.

The leaves soak up the sun, soak up the sun.
The leaves soak up the sun, soak up the sun.
The sun helps the plant to grow and grow and grow.
The leaves soak up the sun, soak up the sun.

The flower grows into a fruit, into a fruit.
The flower grows into a fruit, into a fruit.
Inside the fruit are little, tiny seeds.
The flower grows into a fruit, into a fruit.

I'm a Little Flower Pot

Sung to: "I'm a Little Teapot"

I'm a little flower pot mom put out (point to self)
If you take care of me, I will sprout. (nod head, point to self)
When you water me, I will grow (make sprinkling motions w/ right hand)
Into a pretty flower, don't you know! (raise left hand slowly up from
floor, make wide circle with hands or arms)

Daffodil

Yellow yellow daffodil, dancing in the sun..
oh yellow , yellow daffodil, you tell me spring has come.
I can hear a blue bird sing, and hear a robin call.
but yellow yellow daffodil I love you most of all.

Relaxing Flowers

Five little flowers standing in the sun (hold up five fingers)
See their heads nodding, bowing one by one? (bend fingers several times)
Down, down, down comes the gentle rain (raise hands, wiggle fingers and lower
arms to simulate falling rain) And the five little flowers lift their heads up again! (hold up five fingers)

Daffodils Fingerplay

(Show fingers or make daffodil puppets from cupcake liners and craft sticks!)

One little daffodil had nothing much to do,
Out popped another one, then there were two.
Two little daffodils were smiling at a bee,
Out popped another one, then there were three.
Three little daffodils were growing by the door,
Out popped another one, then there were four.
Four little daffodils were glad to be alive,
Out popped another one, then there were five.
Five little daffodils were wearing golden crowns,
They danced in the breeze in green satin gowns.

I'm a Little Flower Seed
I'm a little flower seed.
I'm planted in the earth.
I feel the sun come down on me to warm this big old earth. (children sit and tuck in their heads and knees to look like a ball)
The rain begins to come and gets rid of my big thirst. (wiggle fingers in the air in a downward motion)
I then became a big and pretty flower so you can pick me first. (children stand up)

Flowers
Sung to: "Pop! Goes the Weasel"

All around the forest ground
There's flowers everywhere.
There's pink, yellow, and purple too.
Here's one for you.

Tulips
Five little tulips bright and gay, (hold up fingers and thumb on one hand)
Let us water them each day. (make sprinkle motion with other hand)
Watch them open in the bright sunlight. (cup hand, then open it)
Watch them when it is night. (close hand again)

Flowers Tall and Small
Flowers tall, (let tall fingers stand up)
Flowers small, (let little finger and thumb stand up)
Count them one by one,
Blowing with the breezes
In the springtime sun!
1,2,3,4,5 (touch each finger as you count)

Three Little Tulips
Sung to: "Six Little Ducks"

Three little tulips I once grew,
A white one, a pink one, a red one too.
One little tulip grew, grew, grew.
It grew taller than the other two,
The other two, the other two.
It grew taller than the other two!

I'm a little Daisy
Sung to: "I'm a Little Teapot"

I'm a little daisy
Tall and slim (Stand on tiptoes)
Here are my petals (Place hands on side of head & wiggle fingers)
Here is my stem (Hold arms down at sides of legs)
When the sun comes up (Make sun with arms)
And the rain comes down (Flutter hands to floor like rain-end in crouching position)
I grow, grow, grow- up from the ground! (slowly raise up bring hand over head)

A Little Sun
A little sun (hold arms above head)
A little rain (wiggle fingers in the air in a downward motion)
Now pull up all the weeds (pretend to pull weeds)
Our flowers grow, all in a row (hold up all ten fingers lined up like flowers)
From tiny little seeds. (hold thumb and finger to show size of seeds)

Here's a Little Flower
Sung to: "Did You Ever See a Lassie?"

There's a little flower,
A flower, a flower.
There's a little flower
On my garden path.

A flower so neat!
It's a rose so sweet.
There's a little flower
On my garden path.

(Continue singing additional verses to the song, replacing the word "rose" in the second verse with hollyhock, marigold, zinnia, daisy, bluebell, lily, peony, pansy, tulip, and sunflower.)

Five Spring Flowers
Five spring flowers, all in a row.
The first one said, "We need rain to grow!"
The second one said, "Oh my, we need water!"
The third one said, "Yes, it is getting hotter!"
The fourth one said, "I see clouds in the sky."
The fifth one said, "I wonder why?"

Then BOOM went the thunder
And ZAP went the lightning!
That springtime storm was really frightening!
But the flowers weren't worried–no, no, no, no!
The rain helped them to grow, grow, GROW!

Perkembangan Kognitif

Suaikan bunga dengan daun

Kira kelopak bunga

Buat buku skrap -nilai dengan nombor

Merekod pertumbuhan / tumbesaran pokok keembong

Perkembangan Fizikal

Menguntai bunga

Menggunting gambar bunga

Membuat pergerakan mengikut arah, menggentel dan membentuk kelopak bunga

Mencetak kuih

Menyatakan tumbuhan berbunga yang berduri dan yang tidak berduri

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