Pre-K Farm Themed Lesson Plan

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This past week, I was trying to think of another Fall themed subject that I had not already covered. I went through my books and came across "Who Took The Farmer's Hat?" I liked the lesson on sharing that it offered, and decided to create a farm themed lesson plan around it. It went over well with the kids and we still haven't had any meltdowns. Yay!

Book: 

"Who Took the Farmer's Hat" by Joan L. Nodset

Learning Activity: 

F is for Farmer worksheet from the pre-k farm pack found here.


Crafts:


We recreated the nest that the red bird makes out of the farmer's brown hat in the book. I cut out hat shapes from brown card stock and let the kids glue on hay, a white fluff ball egg and a colored red bird that I got from here.


We also made sheep out of the kid's handprints. Cut a handprint from black cardstock, turn it upside down and glue on cotton balls, a googly eye and popsicle stick to turn it into a puppet.

Sensory Activity:

I like to have at least one sensory activity in each lesson that lets the kids explore by getting their hands on something. This time I had a farm themed sensory bin. It had dried corn on the bottom, hay on the top, vegetable and fruit foam shapes, plastic farm animals and even a tractor.


Do you have any Fall themed lesson plan ideas? I would love to hear them!

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8 comments

  1. You are so creative!! I love this, I think it'd be great for my niece and nephew!

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  2. I'm seriously in awe of you, and when I saw that book I got super sentimental. We loved reading it together!

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  3. Thanks for sharing these creative ideas! :)

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  4. Love these ideas. I really need to get back on the ball with homeschool for David.

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  5. Such a fun lesson plan. I bet the kids loved it.

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  6. I love the sensory bin, my 5 year old would be all over that. Such cute ideas!

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