Make a snack
Objective: Children will be able to have an opportunity to use language to describe his/her actions during the process of making a snack.
Children will participate in opportunities to identify quantities and/or answer the question of how many?
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Introduce the “Hello” song’s actions first, before listening to the song. You can use the visuals provided to pair with each motor action.
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