THE SKY AT NIGHT AND BY DAY
Cross-curricular links: English language, Humans and their world
Target language: sun, moon, cloud, star, planet, comet, rainbow, plane, bird
Time: 20 minutes
Materials: paper, crayons, flashcards
- Place a couple of pictures of objects we can see in the sky on the table face down.
- Select a child to choose a picture (the others cannot see it) and encourage him/her to start drawing the object on the board: “Please start drawing this picture.“ The others are guessing what their classmate is drawing: “What is it? Try to guess.”
- The child who first gives the right answer must also say when a given object may be seen – day/night: “Can we see it in the sky at night or by day?” he/she then draws another picture.
- Give students sheets of paper and ask them to draw both the sky at night and during the day (have them fold the paper in half and draw the night sky on one half and the day sky on the other): "Draw the sky at night and the sky during the day.”
Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky.