“Beep Beep Vroom Vroom” is a pattern lesson with colors and cars

Subject:

Math

PreK

Title – Beep Beep Vroom Vroom!
By – Amanda Marshall
Primary Subject – Math

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Standards:

111.2.a.1 recognizing patterns and relationships among objects

Learning Objectives:

• TSW recognize and reproduce simple patterns of concrete objects
• TSW predict what comes next when patterns are extended
• TSW recognize patterns in their environment

List of Materials needed:

• The book Beep Beep Vroom Vroom by Stuart J. Murphy
• Red , yellow , and blue laminated cars
• Pocket Chart

Pre-Activity Preparation:

Get the class seated in one area for the story. Ask class what is a pattern? Give an example of a pattern and see if students can also give pattern examples.

Transition:

Introduce the book I will be reading to the class.

Procedure:

1. Read book Beep Beep Vroom Vroom !
2. After reading, ask the students to point out the patterns they have seen throughout the story.
3. Take out the Red , yellow , and blue laminated cars.
4. Take out the pocket chart.
5. Make the first pattern of cars and place them in the pocket chart in front of the class.
6. Ask the class to verbally repeat the pattern I have just made.
7. Repeat step 5 and 6.
8. Then pick students at random to come build their own pattern of cars on the pocket chart.
9. Continue to let the students participate until the pocket chart is full.
10. Once everyone is seated again, ask the class to say all the patterns they have created.

Closure:

Ask the class how they liked the book and what they have learned from today’s lesson.

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