Endangered Animals​​

Extinct & Endangered Animals​​

for Preschoolers

More about endangered and extinct animals

Session Preparation

1. Intro Video

2. Expert Talk: Nurturing a child’s love for nature

3. Let’s Get Started: Join us as we stay fit through some animal yoga poses.

4. Language is Fun: Let’s recap all that we have learnt about endangered and extinct animals.

5. Beyond Numbers: Revisit the sequencing of numbers and master addition using a number line.

6. Creative Expression and More:​ Craft a Panda and Tiger mask all by yourself

 

 

 

  • I was able to listen and blend all 3 sounds in CVC words
  • I was able to read simple sentences
  • I was able to sequence numbers
  • I attempted to count using a number line 
How to use this?

This is a development tracker that will help you identify your child’s skill and level of competency. You may want to revisit the KLAY @Home sessions if you think your child needs more time to hone the skills addressed in the sessions.

During Mealtime: It would be a good idea to go over the names of the dishes served on the table. Every dish can be split into many syllables and its corresponding sounds. For example, Sambar can be split into sam-bar, parantha can be split into pa-ran-tha.​ You could also count the number of food items that are in your plate. Rice, dal, subzi, salad, raita, pickle, papad. There are seven dishes in all!​
 
During The Day: Explain the meaning of the word endangered and talk to your child about the animals that fall in that category. ​You could play a game too. Write the word ENDANGERED and ask your child to make as many smaller words he can from those letters. Ask him to add the total number of letters in this word. Write simple and short sentences and ask your child to count the number of words used.​

Objectives of the week

An exciting journey of discovery awaits us this week, as we dig up information about extinct and endangered animals.

Sessions of the week

Mon, May 25All About Extinct Animals
Tue, May 27Endangered Animals
Fri, May 29Extinct & Endangered Animals

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