Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Hollywood Preschool Lesson Plans




Celeb Art
You can do a famous collage, get a few entertainment magazines and have the children cut out the pictures and glue them on a piece of paper.

Movie Time
Have the children create a movie, you could tape their dramatic play time and play it later for them.
When you play it for them they might be so amazed by their own acting methods they might want to be taped more.

Singing Sensations
Set up karaoke for the children with kid friendly songs.

Dress Up
Supply the children with a variety of different clothing for them to dress up with. Formal wear, western clothing, regular clothes, out in space clothing. Encourage the children to pretend they are making a movie.

Science
How are movies made? You might be able to get as hold of some film from a movie for the children to examine under a microscope.

Celebrity Sort
Get pics of a variety of celebrities and have the children sort them. Ask the child how they sorted the celebs.

Celeb Memory
Use pics of celebs to create a set of memory cards. Gather 5 to 10 pairs of identical pics of celebs. Glue the pics to identically sized pieces of tag board.

Where the Wild Things Are
Read the book, watch the movie, the kids can act out their own version.

Stamping Stars
Provide the children with star stamps. Have the child press the stamp on a non-toxic ink pad and press onto a piece of paper. (Silver or white ink will look very neat on black or dark blue paper)

Star Sponges 
Provide the children with star shaped sponges. Have the child dip the sponge in non-toxic paint and press onto a piece of paper. (Silver or white paint will look very neat on black or dark blue paper)

Decorate a Star
You can either have the children decorate a pre-cut star or they can decorate paper and cut out the star shape. Have your child decorate the star using:
Glitter, Crayons, Pens, Colored Pencils, Markers, Paint, Lace, String, Yarn, Ribbon, Paper Doilys, Tissue Paper, Torn Paper, star Shaped Paper, The Holes from a hole punch, Stickers, Sand, Twine, Old Puzzle Pieces, Buttons, Colored Glue, Colored Tape, Chalk, Wet Chalk, Wrapping Paper, Stamps, Aluminum Foil, Heart Shaped Confetti, Glue on Candy Confections, star Shaped Sponge Painting, Pasta or rice colored with food coloring.

Glue Stars
Place glue on a piece of paper in a star shape. Have the children place glitter, colored rice or Kool-aid on the glue.

Star Headbands
Measure your child's head, and cut a piece of construction paper long enough to create a headband. Glue the paper together so the headband fits snugly on your child's head but is loose enough to take off easily. have the child decorate one to three star shapes, then glue or staple the stars to the headband.

Star Hop 
Cut out large star shapes from colored paper. Laminate them and cut them out. Place them on the floor and ask the children to hop from one star to another. These may also be used at seat markers for group time.

Walk of Fame
Cut out large star shapes from colored paper. Glue a picture of each child onto the center of the star. Laminate them and cut them out. Place them on the floor and ask the children to hop from one star to another. These may also be used at seat markers for group time. You could also use photos of celebs.

Musical Stars
Cut out large star shapes from colored paper. Glue a picture of each child onto the center of the star or use celebs. Laminate them and cut them out. Place them on the floor and ask the children to walk around the stars as music plays. When the music stops everyone has to find a star to stand on.

Our Favorite
Ask the children who is their favorite character from a movie. Place a picture of the child and the character on a star and place the stars about the room or on a bulletin board. 

Graph it 
Create a graph, select three or four popular movie characters. Ask the children to pick their favorite and graph the results.

Paparazzi
Give the children pretend cameras to take pictures of their classmates or use inexpensive digital cameras.

Red Carpet
Roll out the red carpet (or just use red bulletin board paper). Have each child strut down the red carpet while the other children clap and cheer.

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