written statements which are clearly, specific learning outcomes Kubiszyn, T., & Borich, G.
(2013). I am choosing to write objectives for Preschool students. The unit that we are going to cover is “Plants.”
Kubiszyn, T. & Borich, G. (2013). Educational testing & measurement: Classroom application and (10th ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.
1. Students will identify what makes a plant grow by planting their flowers of choice in the classroom.
Get the students to take pictures of their plants each month. Once, they have taking the picture let them describe their plant to the class during group time.
2. Students will distinguish between a fruit and vegetable by sorting items into the correct labeled category.
This could be considered a group project during circle time or group. Make to boxes and labeled one fruits and the other vegetables. Let the children decide if the item is a fruit or vegetable. Once they have name labeled the correct fruit let each child put an item in the correct box.
3. Students will be able to count flowers from numbers 1-10 using flashcards.
You can either you this activity during group and individually to help students understand numbers. Simply show the flashcard to the students let them count the flowers and say the correct number of flowers.
This is a fun unit to get the children involve. You should also send home activities that can get the parents involve as well. These test or activities support the outcomes by testing the knowledge of what the children are learning and what they should know after this unit. These test shows that children are learning several skills such as: Mathematics, Language, Social Studies, Cognitive, Science, and Health. This unit is not just about plants but it revolves everyday life and shows the children the importance of nature.