Lesson Plan : Doggie, Doggie, Where's your bone?

Teacher Name:
 Ms.Allen
Grade:
 Preschool
Subject:
 Music

Topic:
 Music and Movement
Content:
 The children will learn the nursery rhyme "Doggie, Doggie, Where's your bone?"
Goals:
 The children will be able to learn the song through memory. They will be able to sing the song through looking at a Rebus Chart by the end of the scheduled time alotted for lesson.
Objectives:
 The children will be able to learn the song through repeating the words after me. They will also be able to follow along with an Rebus chart. They will tell me what the picture that represents the missing word.We will then play a game including singing or saying the words of the rhyme.
Materials:
 The rebus chart, an easel to hang the chart up on so the children can see it. A bone and a chair that will be placed in front of the classroom for the game they will play.
Introduction:
 First, I will sing the song to the children. I will then place the rebus chart in the front of the class. We will in a group read the chart together as they call out the word that is represented with the picture. They will then sit back in there seats from gathering on the floor to go over the rebus chart. Once back at their seat, I will place a chair infront of the classroom with the back of their chair facing the children. I will have a child go and sit in the chair with his or her back facing the rest of the class and his or her face looking at the board straight infront of him or her. I will place a new dog bone underneath the chair and I will point at one of the other children to get up and very quietly walk up behind the chair and sneak the bone out from underneath the chair and go back to their seat without getting caught if possible. Then the child sitting in the chair will turn around after the class says, "Doggie, Doggie, where's your bone, somebody stole it from your home. Guess who, it might be you, it might be a monkey from the zoo." The child will then look around and see if he or she can guess who has the bone. Then if the guess made is correct that disqualifies the person holding the bone out. If the guess is incorrect, then the one with the bone goes up and sits in the chair and places the bone underneath the chair again. Then the process will be repeated throughout the duration of the game.

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