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Lesson Plans - September

Harvest Celebration

Thankful for the Harvest-Talk about how much farmers help us by growing food for us to eat. Let the kids
cut pictures out of their favorite fruits and vegetables and make a collage.
2. Helping Others: This is also a good opportunity to show children how they can help others by collecting
food for a food pantry. Explain to the children that not everyone has enough food to share, so they can help
by bringing canned foods and other non-perishables.

Back to School

While heading back to school after a great summer is not a real “holiday,” it is a great reason to celebrate. Back
to school means that kids are growing up, heading off for new adventures and learning more. Having a back to
school party is a great idea, especially for kids that are going to school for the very first time or moving to a new
school. Throw a Back to School party for your kids and show them how fun school can be.

Insects: Observing a Cricket

The student is expected to make observations using tools including hand lenses, balances, cups, and bowls.

All about Bugs: An Insect Lesson Plan

This preschool insect lesson plan will teach your class basic insect facts. Your students will learn that an insect has six legs and three body parts: the head, thorax, and abdomen.

Insect Introduction

The students will do research and develop an informational poster on a bug.