Reflection: Intervention and Extension Oh Kitty, What's That? - Section 4: Explain


To extend on this topic, I would consider connecting it to how animals use their senses. Now that the kids understand how all their senses work together, applying what they know to a new topic, animal senses, would turn this knowledge into something solid that they can apply across science concepts.

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Oh Kitty, What's That?

Unit 1: Getting Started (Frontloading Science)
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT to use all their senses to make observations by observing and determining what the mystery item presented to them really is.

Big Idea: Young children need to learn how to understand their senses and how to use them together in order to make connections and strong observations.

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