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Emergency Substitute Lesson Plans
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Zoo LessonsFirst Grade

http://subhubonline.blogspot.com/By Rachel Friedrich at Sub Hub

How to Use These Lessons

These lessons are intended for use as one-day emergency substitute teacher lesson plans. They can be downloaded by a classroom teacher to keep in a sub-stitute binder or by a substitute teacher to keep handy in your bag of tricks. But they can also be used a lesson at a time. These lessons are written at a first grade level and include: ? A warm-up ? A reading lesson ? A language arts lesson ? A social studies lesson ? A science lesson ? A math lesson

Materials Needed

Warm-up:Reading/Language Arts:Social Studies: examples of zoo maps (can be downloaded and printed from zoo websites), construction paper, writing paper

Science:Math: copies of Zoo Favorites Recording Sheet and Graph

Extra Activities

Writing: Students write a story to the prompt: “If I lived at the zoo, I would…”Science: Show students pictures of zoo animals and have them sort them into groups. Students should explain their reasons for the sorting.Math: Create some math word problems and have the students solve.

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Warm-up

by Margret and H.A. Rey or Ask students to decide what makes a zoo animal a zoo animal (they may say things like animals that don’t live here, animals you can’t keep as a pet, animals from around the world, wild animals, etc.).-Then brainstorm on the board or chart paper about what animals they know live in a zoo.

Students then complete the Zoo Animal Alpha Boxes independently, in pairs, or groups. Each student should try to fill in each box with at least one zoo animal that starts with that letter. You could give bonus points for “difficult” letters like X and Q.
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Name _______________________________

Zoo Animal Alpha Boxes

A B C D
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Reading/Language Arts

Pre-reading: Lead a discussion using the following questions:

Why do we have zoos?

Do you think animals like living in zoos?Should we have zoos or should the animals be free?

During reading:predictions about what they think will happen next.

After reading:students retell and illustrate the story. Review the sequence of the story. Hand out paper and have Here is a zoo spelling list: Snake Lion Tiger Bear Monkey Zebra Bird Fish Turtle Zoo

Students put them in alphabetical order or write a sentence using each word.
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?Social Studies

Show students examples of maps of zoos while reviewing map skills with students, including directions, compass rose, and legend.

Model creating a map of an imaginary zoo, drawing the entrance, path, and locations of animal enclosures. Other things to in-clude might be: restrooms, gift store, food stands, etc. Make sure to model how to include things in the legend.

Next model writing an advertisement for your zoo. Make sure students understand that the purpose is to persuade visitors to come to your zoo so they must include reasons why someone would want to come. Maybe you end up with something like: “Li-ons! And tigers! And bears! Oh my! You can see it all at the Friendly Town Zoo. And don’t forget to try one of our delicious hot dogs.”

Students then get a piece of construction paper and a piece of writing paper to create a map and advertisement of their own zoo.

Science

Discuss what makes each animal special. Also discuss the needs of animals, in-cluding food, water, and shelter.

Students then draw and describe an animal of their creation on My Zoo Animal.? 2012 Rachel Friedrich at Sub Hub http://subhubonline.blogspot.com/

Name_______________________________

My Zoo Animal

My new animal is called a ______________________.My animal has _______________________________.My animal is colored __________________________.My animal eats ______________________________.My animal can ______________________________.My animal lives in ____________________________.What makes my animal most special is ______________

__________________________________________.

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Math

Review bar graphs and pictographs.

As a class, do a tally chart of which zoo animals are the students’ favorites. Students can fill in the tally chart on their Zoo Favorites Recording Sheet and Graph.

When complete, student choose whether they would like to use the informa-tion to create either a bar graph or a pictograph, making sure they give the graph a title and label each side with the animals and the number of students who like them.
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? 2012 Rachel Friedrich at Sub Hub http://subhubonline.blogspot.com/

Name_______________________________

Zoo Favorites Recording Sheet and Graph

Our Favorite Zoo Animals

Lion

Bear

Monkey

Elephant

Zebra

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