Learning About Farm Animals

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Grade Level
Preschool
Subject
Reading & Writing
Length of Time
30 minutes
Description

You will read a book about farm animals and talk about the different animals. Then, you will have the students draw some pictures of farm animals. After that, you can label the animals. This lesson is for four and five year old preschoolers.

Goals

To learn about farm animals
To draw farm animals

Materials Needed

Books about farm animals
White construction paper
Crayons
Simple drawings of farm animals

Procedure

First, you will read the books about farm animals and show the children the different animals. After that, you can pass out the white construction paper and the crayons. Then, you can have the students draw pictures of the different farm animals. You can also post up simple drawings of the different animals so that the children can see.

When the students have finished their drawing, you can label the farm animals.

Grading

You can praise the students on their participation and attempting to draw the animals.

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