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Flori Huitt, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction | Heidi Aranda, Senior Director of Curriculum Development

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  • Your child DOES NOT have to complete all activities listed for each subject.
  • Activities have been identified to give your child choice and variety.
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Kindergarten Science - Week Four

Printable Version of this lesson board in PDF format

Kinder Science

Week 4 April 27-May 1

Science Objectives: Students will be able to

  • use your five senses to explore the world around you
  • observe and compare different ways fabrics are used
  • observe the properties of fabrics
  • observe the properties of fabric and their interactions with water
  • discover where fabric comes from
  • classify different types of fabrics

Objetivos de Ciencia los estudiantes van a

  • usar sus cinco sentidos para explorar el mundo a su alrededor
  • observar y comparar los diferentes tipos de telas y sus usos
  • observar las propiedades de las telas
  • observar las propiedades de las telas y su interacción con el agua
  • descubrir de donde vienen las talas
  • clasificar diferentes tipos de telas

Benchmark Reading
Go to Clever and select the Benchmark app. Go to your inbox and click on assignments. Read or listen to the book and answer the questions.

  • Clothes
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb
  • Maria tiene un cordenito

Conexiones con el hogar –Adelante
Ve a Clever y selecciona la aplicación de Adelante. Ve a la bandeja de entrada y haz clic en “assignments” tareas.

  • Maria tiene un corderito
  • La ropa
  • Los duendes y el zapatero

Activities
Paper Weaving
Fabrics can be woven, knitted, tufted, knotted, or bonded together to make new things. Watch the video and with the help of an adult, create a woven art piece using paper.
Water Absorption Experiment
Watch the video and with the help of an adult find your own materials that you would like to test for absorption. Can you define the word absorption? What happened when you put drops of water on the different types of materials?
Tejer con papel
Las telas se pueden tejer, anudar, juntar, cocer, etc. Observa el video y con la ayuda de un adulto teje trozos de papel para crear un proyecto de arte.
Blanco y negro
Ponte una camiseta negra y sal afuera en un día soleado por lo menos 5 minutos. Ahora has lo mismo con una camiseta blanca. ¿En cuál camiseta sentiste más calor?

Vocabulary


fabrics

telas

absorb

absorber

texture

textura

weave

tejer

pattern

patrón

repel

repelar

dyes

teñir

cloth

material

properties

propiedades

classify

clasificar

When working together with an adult, select words to include in your discussions and activities with fabric.
Cuando trabajes con un adulto, selecciona palabras del vocabulario para usarlas en tu conversación acerca de las telas.

Scholastic Learn At Home Projects
Since we are working with fabric we need to describe colors. Go through this activity to help understand the Rainbow of colors.
Video
Activity

Proyectos Scholastic Learn At Home
Para leer/escuchar los siguientes cuentos usa:
Username: Learning20
Password: Clifford

Como estamos trabajando con tela necesitamos describir los colores. Lee/escucha el libro Todos los colores del arco iris. Repasa esta Actividad para ayudar a entender el arco iris de colores.

Videos
Wonderful Wool
Listen to and watch the video. Talk with a family member about three things you learned. Where does wool come from? How do we get the wool? What do we use wool for and why?
Something From Nothing-Kid's Book
Algo de nada-Libro
With this book, discover the many ways in which a piece of fabric can be used. Can you think of another way of using that piece of fabric?
¿De dónde viene la lana?
Mira y escucha el video. Dile a alguien en casa tres cosas que aprendiste del video. ¿De dónde viene lana? ¿Cómo se obtiene la lana? ¿Cuáles son los usos de la lana y por qué la usamos de esa manera?
Algo de nada
Con este video descubre las diferentes cosas en que un trozo de tela se puede usar. ¿Puedes pensar en qué otras formas podrías usar ese trozo de tela?

PBS
Interact with these games. Watch how clothing is part of our every-day adventures.
Fashion
Seasons
Dress-up

Juegos Interactivos
Quita sombreros
¿Qué me pongo?

Science Links
WonderopolisAs scientist, we explore the world around us and have questions and wonders of how things are, explore this site and have fun in Wonderopolis!
How Strong is Silk?
Watch the video and answer the following questions: Where does silk come from? How do we take care of the silk? What do we make out of silk?
Textile Facts for Kids
Watch how this artist uses fabrics!
Our Clothes
What to wear for each occasion?
Clothes
Where does fabric come from?
What do we do with a specific type of fabric?
¿De dónde viene la seda?
Mira el video y dile a alguien en tu casa lo siguiente: ¿De dónde viene la seda? ¿Qué se hace con la seda?
¿De dónde viene el algodón?
Mira el video y dile a alguien en tu casa lo siguiente: ¿De dónde viene el algodón? ¿Qué se hace con el algodón?

Interactive Games
With the help of a family member, gather 3-4 items of clothing from your closet or drawers. Touch and closely observe the fabric used for each item. Talk with your family members about what you think that item of clothing was made for like for what type of weather, occasion, season, etc.

Con la ayuda de un miembro de tu familia, selecciona 3-4 artículos de ropa de tu ropero o cajones. Toca y observa cada artículo de ropa. Discute con un miembro de tu familia las razones por las cuales ese artículo de ropa fue creado. Por ejemplo, para que tipo de estado del tiempo, ocasión, estación del año, etc.

Offline Activities
What is made of fabric?
With a family member explore what is made out of fabric in your house. Create a list of things made out of fabric.
Questions to discuss:
How are fabrics different?
How are different kinds of fabric used?
Why are different fabrics used?

¿Qué está hecho de tela?
Con un miembro de tu familia explora alrededor de tu casa y encuentra cosas que estén hechas te tela.
Preguntas de discusión:
¿En qué se parecen y diferencian las telas?
¿Cómo se usan los diferentes tipos de telas?
¿Por qué usamos diferentes tipos de tela para diferentes cosas?

Links and Apps

Clever
Clever

Scholastic Learn At Home
Scholastic at Home

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