Sunday, April 25, 2010

Face Theme

Face

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1. Book: I made MY FACE book in class. Got the template at http://www.dltk-teach.com/, but used only the face words. I also made a bigger book for the class.

2. Pompoms: I got the template at: http://www.makinglearningfun.com/.


3. Portrait: Here are some ideas:

a. Have students bring in a picture and paste on the frame, some books have the frame, but if not, create one and have students decorate it. Students can show the class their facial features on the picture.
b. Using already made face cut-outs, have students create a face.


5. Clown Face: I had this clown made of fun foam, added some Velcro pieces to play games.
Got the template at: http://www.kizclub.com/.

6. I made these flashcards to play games using beanbags.

7. Paper plate Puppet Face: I made mine using paper plate, yarn,wiggly eyes and a pompom.


8. Cooking: I made mine using grapes cut in half for the eyes, an olive for the nose and raisins for the mouth.

9. Paper bag puppet: made my own paper bag puppet.
10. Sticker Patterns: have students create their own patterns using these stickers.


11. Graphing: You can graph eyes, and hair.

12. Jack-in-the-box

This activity is from the book: I CAN (Richmond Publishing). Show students how to push the stick up so the face appears like the Jack-in-the-box.

13. Cutout pictures of face from magazines and mount them onto cardboard and cut them into halves, making 1 face half per child in the class. Distribute one half to each child. Have students walk around  the classroom as you signal them to GO! Looking for the classmate who has the the other half of their face and stand together holding their complete face picture. You can make it a competition to see who finds the partner faster. 


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3 comentarios :

  1. Thats great work you have made out of students.
    Im astonished to see the paper bags and stickers.
    Greetings from ,
    www.kidsuki.com

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    1. Thanks!!! Please join me at my Facebook Group: ESL/EFL Preschool Teachers and post pictures of your work there. I´m also looking for guest bloggers.
      Regards,
      Rosa Amelia

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