Online Lessons with 4-6 Year Olds | Lesson Plan #1

Yes!!! I’ve nailed it!

I’ve done many webinars and I have a 12 hour Online Course, but none of them gave me cramps like this one: Teaching little kids online!

Two days ago, I was still not sure of the exact plan so I called my partner Yağmur Denizhan to share ideas and have some final brainstorming. Couple of minutes, we had a very interactive and fun lesson plan for our 4 – 6 year olds.

OK, I’m just gonna come to the conclusion 🙂 Despite my son’s crying at the beginning of the lesson, everything went well and we even passed our time 🙂

We haven’t invented anything new, but the whole plan worked very well, so I wanted to share the same flow with you.

Tip: Some teachers taught kids to mute their mics while not talking. If you don’t want to hear background noises you can ask their parents to help you with this.

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As this was the first lesson, we have started with greeting each other. One by one, I asked them “How are you?” and waited for the aswers. It was so cute.

Then, I showed them different feelings with my face 🙂 They laughed as they saw me doing silly face expressions.

Now it’s their turn! “Show me a scared face!”, “Show me a surprised face!”…

Then I called their names randomly, “Burak, show us a happy face.” “Nehir show us a bored face.”

After this activity, I showed my story cards and read the last story we were reading back at the school. They are used to repeating the sentences, so we did the same here, too. I read once sentence from the story and they repeated the lines. This way, they learn the story by heart and read it to their parents or friends.

After a short reading activity, I showed them plain colored objects and asked them their colors and shapes etc. “What color is it? It’s blue.” What is it? It’s a white cat.”

When we finished talking about the objects, I showed them one of these objects and asked them to find and show us an object with the same color of it. I didn’t expect it to be so smooth but it was… They jumped out of their seat and found something with that color and showed it. Lovely!

One by one, I named their objects. “Yes’ That’s black! That’s a black remote controller” 🙂

When we finished all the colors, the lesson was over. I love you kids, see you next time ^_^

I hope these coronavirus days pass as soon as possible and we can go back to our normal lives. I missed my kids and my school too much.

Love,

Yasemin

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