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  1. Transportation Emily Feltz, Liz Sikora, Jodi Burkholder ED 417

  2. Transportation • Unit: Social Studies • Grade Level: 1st • Lesson: Transportation

  3. Transportation • Objectives: • Students will be able to identify 3 different settings of transportation • Students will be able to label the different forms of transportation • Students will be able to classify different forms of transportation into their respective settings

  4. Transportation • Student Activity #1 – Read-aloud • Materials: • Book Cars and Trucks and Things That Go by Richard Scarry

  5. Transportation • Student Activity #1 – Read-Aloud • Read the book Cars and Trucks and Things That Go by Richard Scarry • Discuss the 3 different settings of transportation • Land • Sea • Air

  6. Transportation • Student Activity #2 – Modes of Transportation • Materials: • Large, laminated pictures (square shaped) of all different types of transportation • Cars • Trucks • Planes • Buses • Boats • Helicopters • Jets • Etc. • Music CD of the song “Locomotion”

  7. Transportation • Student Activity #2 – Modes of Transportation • Lay out large, laminated pictures (square shaped) face down of all the different kinds of transportation in a circle in the middle of the room. • Have each student stand behind a square. • Turn on some music, have the children begin walking around the circle, behind the squares. • When the music stops each student stops behind the square they are closest to. • The students will, one by one, pick up the square in front of them and say the name of the picture.

  8. Transportation • Student Activity #3 – Transportation Classification • Materials: • Pocket chart • 3 sentence strips with LAND, AIR, SEA on each with a picture • Sentence strips with all the different types of transportation written on them • Attach a picture of each to the sentence strip • Bucket or basket

  9. Transportation • Student Activity #3 – Transportation Classification • Place the headings: LAND, SEA, AIR in the top of a pocket chart side by side • Write out all the different types of transportation on sentence strips and put them all in a bucket/basket. • Attach a picture of the word to the sentence strip • Have the students come up, one by one, and pick out one word from the bucket/basket • Have the children put the type of transportation under the correct heading to form columns.

  10. Transportation • Student Activity #4 • Materials: • Pre-created Chart (see next slide) • Several copies of pictures of the following modes of transportation: • Plane • Bus • Child walking • Bicycle • Car • Boat • Tape

  11. Transportation • Student Activity #4 – How You Get To School Graph • Have a large chart pre-created to put on the board (see example below).

  12. Student Activity #4 continued… On a table lay out several copies of pictures of the following modes of transportation: Bus Plane Child walking Bicycle Car Boat Have each child come to the table and select the type of transportation they use to get to school Have the children write there name on the picture they chose Have the children come up the chart, one by one or in small groups, and tape their picture in the row corresponding to the way they get to school Reflect by asking questions like: How many more people rode the bus to school then rode their bicycle? Transportation

  13. Transportation • Student Activity #5 –The Transportation Stations • Materials • Sand table • Water table • Paper • Paint • Crayons • Markers • Toy forms of transportation

  14. Transportation • Student Activity #5 – The Transportation Station • Split the class into 3 groups • Have each group start at a different station; sand table, water table, and paper airplane making. • Have all the materials set out at each station. • Have each group rotate to a different station every 10 minutes. • The teacher will facilitate each station.

  15. Teacher Resource Website • http://www.kinderart.com/across/trans.shtml

  16. Teacher Resource Website • http://www.lessonplanspage.com/SSMDOTransportationUnitK.htm

  17. Teacher Resource Website • www.lessonplanspage.com/SSTransportationLandAirWaterK.htm

  18. Teacher Resource Website • www.instructorweb.com/lesson/transportation.asp

  19. Teacher Resource Website • http://www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/transportation.shtml

  20. Student Activity Website • http://www.nysgtsc.state.ny.us/kids.htm

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