My oral language preschool lesson plans are finally up and ready for purchase!
Many of my regular readers have been wondering if I offer my lesson plans for sale. In my post How to Write Preschool Lesson Plans an Entire Year in Advance (easily my most popular post, by the way), I received so many comments and E-mails about the need for such lesson plans. In my post Step 2: Decide on How to Teach Reading and Math I describe my reading lesson plans, however at the time of posting they were not available to the public.
Well, now they are available for purchase! That day has finally come! My preschool literacy lesson plans are available for purchase on my new (as in brand new, it’s a newborn) Teachers Pay Teachers store. Luckily, you do not have to be a teacher to take advantage of all the awesome sellers over there! Anybody has access to ll those incredible resources! You can purchase each component of my preschool literacy lesson plans (phonological awareness, oral language development and phonics) individually, or you can save over 20% by purchasing them as a bundle.
Today I’m sharing with you details of my oral language lesson plans. These oral language preschool lesson plans make a great addition to any literacy based preschool program.
Included are 36 weeks of no prep oral language preschool lesson plans which offer over 140 unique activities! That’s 140 individual and different activities!
Also included are printable posters of 36 different rhymes, finger plays, and poems.
Concepts for oral language preschool lesson plans include:
~ following one step directions
~participating in a discussion
~ take turns in a discussion
~ make up new parts to a story, song or poem
~ summarize a spoken language
~ compare language
~ interpret a song or poem
~ answer questions using complete sentences
~ responding to songs, poems, or stories
~ sharing experiences
~ role playing
~ adding verbal descriptions
~ respond to others in a discussion
These lessons plans are effective and they are exactly what I use in my own preschool classroom. Included in these oral language lesson plans are also several ideas on how to effectively implement them into your classroom.
I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.