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AimBehavioral ObjectiveStandardsThe students will be able to describe the leaves they found on their leaf walk from Tuesday both verbally and written Students will be able to identify that leaves come in all different shapes colors and sizes and textures buy using 3 of their 5 senses sight hearing and touchCommon Core StandardSpeaking and listeningPresentation of Knowledge and Ideas 4 Describe familiar people places things and events and with prompting and support provide additional detail 5 Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions as desired to provide additional detailWritingText Types and Purposes 1 Use a combination of drawing dictating and writing to compose opinion pieces in which they tell a reader the topic or the name of the book they are writing about and state an opinion or preference about the topic or book ConnectWe have been learning about the four parts of tree roots trunk branches and leaves Today we are going to discuss the leaves we found yesterday on our leaf walk All of you found great leaves that are in your leaf bags MaterialsKWL Chart from the day beforeMarkers Leaves Index cards with the colors of leaves on them Red Yellow OrangeIndex cards with words that describe leaves small big skinny rough soft crunch pointyWork sheet for mini activityCrayonsPensWorksheets 3a Mini Lesson 5-10 minutesb Small group11 25-30 minutesI am holding up one of the great leaves we found yesterday on our neighborhood walk Who can tell share with us what they notice about this leaf Depending what the students say I will prompt them by asking them what color is this leaf is this a big or small leaf does this leaf look like it is rough or soft does this leaf look like any shapes we knowWhen we are done looking at the first leaf will look our second leaf and then a third leaf I will ask them the same questions I had asked
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