Kindergarten to 2nd grade
Arts, Social Studies, Art
- Students will follow directions
- Students will learn nursery rhyme
- Students will investigate real and make believe
- Students will determine sequence of events
Duration: 45 - 60 minutes
- Internet access
- Tape player
- Have signed AUP Acceptable Use Policy for each child.
- Have chart with poem printed on it.
- Sentence strips with blanks for vocabulary closure sentence chart
- Have 1 copy of individual characters on tag board, laminated. (Cat, cow, dog and dish and spoon).
- Have art supplies ready.
1. To introduce the rhyme, children should be seated as a group or at circle time on the floor. Have the rhyme written on the chart in large letters for easy viewing. Add some pictures or graphics to enhance vocabulary comprehension. Track the print with your hand or a pointer during the reading.Modifications:
2. Teacher will begin lesson by discussing Real and Make Believe/Fantasy.
3. Direct the students to stand up to answer a question "yes" and to sit down to indicate "no."
Ask students:4. Students will recite the rhyme using the 1 copy of individual characters on tag board card. (Cat, cow, dog and a dish and a spoon). Give a character to 5 students. As their character is mentioned in the rhyme they will hold up their character card. After the rhyme is recited have the students put them in front of the class in proper sequence.
Can a cat meow?
Can a cat play a fiddle?
Can a cow eat grass?
Can a cow jump over the moon?
Can a dog wag his tail?
Can a dog laugh?
Can a dish and a spoon be washed?
Can a dish and a spoon run away?
5. Vocabulary Closure Sentence Chart
Write sentences on sentence strips leaving out key words. Write the key words on index cards or small sentence strips. Students read the sentences and then find the key word. The students can complete the rhyme using word cards. (The word cards can have pictures on the back.)
Hey diddle, ______, ( diddle )6. Students can do a Hey, diddle diddle paint online picture.
The cat and the ______, ( fiddle )
The cow jumped over the ______. ( moon )
The little dog laughed to see such a sight,
And the dish ran away with the _______. ( spoon )
7. Students can go to computer and listen to Hey, diddle diddle song and read poem.
8. Student can go to read the Cat and The Fiddle rebus rhyme
9. Students will put sequence cards in appropriate order.
The student with the first card will put it on the board and recite the rhyme only to the part, which the picture card represents. The child holding the next card will put it on the board, touch all the previous card(s), one at a time, beginning with the first and going up to the last one that has been placed on the board and have the class to recite the rhyme as each card is touched. After the poem is recited to this point of the poem, the class gets quiet and the student holding the next sequential card brings it up and puts it on the board and the process is repeated till the rhyme is completed.
- Pair students to accommodate different needs.
- Read all IEP's and all 504's of any students in the class and make necessary modifications.Enrichment:
- Class participation
- Oral responses during class discussions
- RubricWest Virginia Content Standards:
Language Arts: 1.22, 1.23, 1.35, 1.74, 1.76
Health: K.3, K.8, K.17, 1.23, 1.24, 1.25, 1.26, 2.9, 21.7
Social Studies: K.4, 1.2, 1.3
National Standards and Benchmarks K-12:
Language Arts Standards K-12:References:
1. Uses the general skills and strategies of the writing process.
5. Uses the general skills and strategies of the reading process.
8. Uses listening and speaking strategies for different purposes.
Behavioral Studies Standards K-12:
4. Understands conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among individuals, groups, and institutions.
Health Standards K-12:
4. Knows how to maintain mental and emotional health.
7. Knows how to maintain and promote personal health.
Working With Others Standards K-12
1. Demonstrates respect for others in group.
My First Mother Goose Hey Diddle Diddle Playtime RhymesAuthors: