Animal Sounds

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Grade Level
Preschool
Subject
Science
Length of Time
30 to 45 minutes
Description

You will read a book about the different animals and their sounds. Then, you will play a tape of various animal sounds for the children and talk about the different sounds. After that, they can act out the different animals and make the sounds.

Goals

To learn about animal sounds
To learn how to act like the different animals

Materials Needed

Books about the different animals
Tape that has sounds of the different animals

Procedure

First, you will read a book about animals and the sounds they make. Then, you can play the tape that has the sounds of the different animals so the children can hear the sounds. After that, you can have the students act out the animal and sound as you call out the specific animal. Here are some animals that you can use: cat, dog, horse, chicken, rooster, pig, cow, bird, and others.

Grading

You can grade the students on how they cooperate in this activity.

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