zondag 25 september 2011

Weekplannen 26 september-9 oktober: Appels

Disney’s American legends – Johnny Appleseed:

Sesamstraat – Ernie, mijn appelboom en ik: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxbiYRPsig0
Johnny Appleseed – The lord is good to me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_IrdS-zu48&feature=related
William Tell ouverture – Rossini: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4PS8-_5UFw
Mickey Mouse & friends – The band concert: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IErXg5kBXXg&feature=related

Karel Appel:

Apple Trees all Year Long:
Fold a 12x18 sheet of white construction paper into four sections.
For each section, tear a paper trunk from brown paper, and glue on.
Tear thin branches -- or draw them with brown crayon or marker.
Label the four sections at the bottom, in this order:
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
For Spring, attach 1 inch squares of green tissue paper,
scrunched over the tip of a pencil and dipped in glue.
For Summer, tear green construction paper into small pieces and
glue on in a mosaic pattern.  Top with tiny paperpunch apples.
For Fall, attach fall colored square of tissue paper.
For Winter, leave the branches bare.

Paper Plate Apples:
Take a white paper paint, and fingerpaint it red.
When it's dry, we add green paper leaves and a brown stem,
and glue real apple seeds to the center.
Using a balance scale, estimate how many teddy bear counters 
will equal one apple.  Repeat for a red apple, a green apple, and a yellow apple.

KWL Chart:
K: what we Know
W: what we Want To Know
L: what we Learned
apples are red
apples are round
they taste good
they're good for you

Want To Know
where do they come from?
why are they red?
can they be yellow?
how do you grow them?

Apples grow on trees.
Apples are good for you.
They turn red when they're ready to eat.
Apples can also be yellow and green.
Apples grow from seeds planted in the ground.
The seeds turn into trees.
Johnny Appleseed planted apple trees.
His real name was John Chapman.

Measurement:  Use string to measure how big each apple is.  Chart the largest apple, smallest, tallest, etc.  If appropriate, have students use standard measurement (a ruler) to measure the string that they used to measure their apple.  However, before having them do this, let them estimate how big/tall they think their apple is.   Chart and discuss the results of each activity.

Nodig: keukenrol, karton

Nodig: appel, pipe cleaners, wol, stof

Nodig: karton, naald, draad, gaatjesmaker

Nodig: gekleurd papier

Nodig: karton, crepe papier in rood, bruin en groen

Nodig: witte chocolade, m&m’s, appels

Nodig: appel, pindakaas, wormsnoep

Nodig: appels, azijn, bruine suiker, stroop, boter

Nodig: paperclips


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