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1. Early Learning Standards (three standards)

Standard #1

Domain: Mathematics

Strand: Strand A: Early learning experiences will support children to understand

counting and cardinality

Learning Progression: Cardinality

Indicator: M.48.2 Count up to at least five objects using one-to-one correspondence,

using the number name of the last object counted to represent the total number of

objects in a set.

Source: CTELDS

Standard #2

Domain: Mathematics

Strand: Strand C: Early learning experiences will support children to understand the

attributes and relative properties of objects

Learning Progression: Data

Indicator: M.48.9 Sort objects into two groups, count, and compare the quantity of the

groups formed (e.g., color, size, shape)

Source: CTELDS

Standard #3

Domain: Social Studies

a) Title of the Lesson:
Grouping items 1-5

b) Number of Children in Group:
10

c) Children’s Age Group:
3-4

d) Length of Lesson:
30 minutes

Math Learning Experience Plan (LEP)

CHS250 – STEM in the Early

Childhood Education Classroom

Strand: Strand C: Early learning experiences will support children to develop an

understanding of economic systems and resources

Learning Progression: Science, Technology and Society

Indicator: SS.48.10 Understand the use of tools, including technology, for a variety of

purposes

Source: CTELDS

2. Key Objectives (three objectives)

Objective #1 Children will collect a set of 5 items that belong to a group by an attribute

Objective #2 Children will be able to match the number name to the group of items

selected

Objective #3 Children will create a way to document the collection of items and number

name

3. Materials:

• Items in the classroom and home environment

• Number cards 1-5

• Number cards with dots for numbers

4. Vocabulary (five words):

• set

• attributes

• similar

• collect

• items

5. Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Questions (six questions)
Create questions that are based on all six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy: Understanding,

Remembering, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, Creating

• Show me how we should count these objects with our fingers.

• Select the group that has 3 objects.

• Can you count from the last object to the first and still get the same number? Can
you count an object two times?

• Early Learning Standards (three standards)

Standard #1

Domain: Science

Strand: Strand C: Early learning experiences will support children to understand

patterns, process and relationships of living things.

Learning Progression: Unity and Diversity of Life

Indicator: S.60.7 Group and classify living things based upon features, providing

evidence to support groupings

Source: CTELDS

Standard

Domain: Language and Literacy

Strand: Strand B: Early learning experience will support children to use language

(expressive language).

Learning Progression: Vocabulary

Indicator: L.60.4 Use an increasing variety and specificity of accepted words for

object, actions, and attributes encountered in both real and symbolic contexts.

Source: CTELDS

a) Title of the Lesson: Veins in a leaf

b) Number of Children in Group: 10

c) Children’s Age Group: 4-5 years

d) Length of Lesson: 45 minutes

Science Learning Experience Plan (LEP)

CHS250 – STEM in the Early

Childhood Education Classroom

Standard

Domain: Social Studies

Strand: Strand C: Early Learning experiences will support children to develop an

understanding of economic systems and resources.

Learning Progression: Science, Technology and Society

Indicator: SS.60.9 Begin to be aware of technology and how it affects life

Source: CTELDS

• Key Objectives (three objectives)

Objective #1 Children will explain the primary purpose of a vein structure in the leaf.

Objective #2 Children will analyze how water travels through leaf veins.

Objective #3 Children will create documentation to share with class and family.

• Materials:

• clear jar

• food coloring or anything in your house that would change the color of water
For example: carrots, turmeric, coffee grounds, red cabbage, yellow onions

• clothespin or clip

• water

• light green leaf with a stem

• Vocabulary (five words)

• photosynthesis

• evaporate

• stem

• capillary action

• xylem vessel

• Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Questions (six questions)
Create questions that are based on all six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy:

Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, Creating

• Why are we coloring the water in the jar?

• Should water be moving upward against the forces of gravity?

• Why does a leaf need energy in the for

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