Jesus' Precious Little Lambs

A Charlotte Mason Christian Home School: Preschool – 3rd Grade :)

March Lesson Plans

on February 17, 2012

Week 1:

I am a hardworking helper

Letter:

“h” is for helper

Circle:

Who is the Holy Spirit? What does He do? He was sent to helps us. Children are made to be helpers to their mommies and daddies.

Centers:

Gross and Fine Motor: Helping Mommy—dusting, washing dishes, sweeping, folding laundry

Group:

Spring Art: Clay and Twigs Birds Nest (Brainstorm)

Math: Dump it Out (p.101), Taking Turns (p.117), One More (p.114)

Week 2:

I am hardworking and obedient

Letter:

“r” is for rabbit

Circle:

Jesus said if we obey him, we are like the man who built his house on the rock. If we don’t obey, we are foolish like the man who built his house on the sand and saw all his hard work wash away.

Centers:

Math and fine motor: Helping Daddy—sorting tools, screwing nuts on bolts, pounding nails into a stump

Group:

Science: Miss Cherie’s lesson

Spring and Holiday Art: Dying Easter Eggs & Making Baby Birds for Our Nests (Brainstorm)

Week 3:

Oh, the Wonderful Cross

Letter:

“c” is for cross

Circle:

Take all our burdens, all our sins to the cross that we may truly live. We will literally and physically move toward the cross as we take the children to a sacred place that we will build in our garden. We will humble ourselves at the foot of a homemade cross, unload our written burdens and sins into a repentance box, and then burn them around the time of Easter to symbolize Christ’s atoning work.

Centers:

Art: Cross Necklaces

Group:

Spiritual Traditions: Build an Easter Garden (Brainstorm)

Spiritual Traditions: Passover Meal

Week 4:

Easter

Letter:

“t” is for tomb

Circle:

We will continue what we started last week, read another version of the Easter story, and introduce Resurrection Eggs.

Centers:

Math and Story Re-telling: Resurrection Eggs (Brainstorm)

Group:

Science: Miss Cherie’s Lesson

Holiday Party: Easter Celebration—Easter egg hunt, special snack, ?

Week 5:

Review


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